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Archibald Claverin Confer
A Srqurl lo
Mr. Barnes of New York
Author of "Mr. Barnas of Now York,"
"Mr. Potior of Taaaa."
"That I-ranchman." Eta.
Goprrlghl. iu7 DuOd Mead A Co.. N. T.
Burton H. Harnoa, n wsalth Aini'tiinn
tottrlnK C'nrali-H, r.-aru.-H thn yotinK Kiik
llnli lliiili'iiiiiit. IMwanl c. i.h.i Attatrutlt
ir. anil lila I'lirslran brl'lc, Mailnu.
tlaiintiter of tin- I'unlls, frnin tba tniii
Ssroua Mini. (tn. iinili-rHtiinillna; that liln
i. iiaril Im t.i ! tin, hiin.l nf the (flrl lie
lavas, Kni. I AtiBtrutlii-r. slater of the KnK
llsh lieutenant. The four My from AJae
i'i to MaiH.ni.s mi board lha rranch
Itaamar Conatantlne. Tlie vendetta pitr
ItMa mi. I u the quart. ! me hIioiiI to
board :li.- train for London hi MarBelll.H.
Miirinn la , linmled a m.vsterl..iis nota
tvhlrh fAintex her to . ..II;i.m.' anil niresHl
tatea u poatpominetit of the Jotinny
llarnea and Knld are married. Moon
tfter their weddltiK Barnes' lirldo dls
appeara. Barnoa dlacovara she has
been kl(lnui.il and taken to Corsica.
The BTOom aecuraa a tlshlnu vessel and
Is iil... .it to start In pursuit of his hrl.le's
raptors when he hears a scream from
the villa and rushes hark to hear that.
Anst rut hers wife, Marina, Is also mlss
lnc. Barnes is compelled t. dsparl for
Coraloa without delay, and so ho leaves
the se.ir. h fur Marina to her hushuu.l
while ha goes to hunt for Knld. Juki he
fore Barnes' boat lands on Corsica's
shore Marina Is discovered hiding In a
corner ..f the vessel. Bhe explains her
action by saying; she has come to help
Barnes rescue his wife from the Corsl
tans. Barnes and Marina have unusual
adventures In their search for Enid. In
aasJdns shelter from a storm the couple
enter a hermitage nnd their to their
amazement they discover Tomasao, the
foster father of Marina. Tomosso learns
that Marina's husband dl.l not kill her
brother. Many wrongs are righted Barnes
Is surprised In the hermitage by Itnchlnl
and Komano, the two detested bandits,
who have been searching for him to
murder him for his money. The bandits
attempt lo take away Marina. Barnes
darts out the door. The bandits start to
pursue, but as they reach the door both
are laid low by Barnes' revolver. Anstru
iher arrives to lln.l Marina and learns that
she has been lured away by the telegram
which had been sent by another without
his knowledge. The two start In search of
Marina. Barnes and Kdwln take different
roads In their search. Edwin Is trapped
In a tower where he Is made prisoner. In
endeavoring to escape he opens a trap
door where he finds Emory, the deter
iie, who had been Imprisoned there pre
vloualy. In another secret chamber To
masso la found Imprisoned. Kdwln In
climbing down a wall sees upon the porti
co of a farm house Marina and Count
lianella sitting and talking together.
Barnes arrives and finds the bridge swung
preventing his crossing over. He hears
the voice of Marina crying for mercy, lie
examines his revolver. Clprluno Danella
threatens to light a fuae that would blow
up the tower and kill her husband unless
Marina surrenders heraelf to his passion.
CHAPTER XVII. Continued.
"No; life life and love! and death
to those who stand between me and
her! The torch to the lone orange
tree In the center of the lawn you
placed the fuse when 1 give the sig
nal to you, fight It."
"He will be blown to atoms?"
screams the girl.
"Certainly, then you are free to
marry me and can say your prayers
with a good conscience!" laughs the
"My uncle, I am bound to your
o.ders by the oath of the vendetta ami
thy promise to pay my gambling debts
and make me rich again," iid the
young man. Enrico passes from the
verandah and Muriua sees the flame
of the torch moving to the untune tree.
t i. raises her voice and shrieks with
a, I her force: "Kdwln, my husband,
you have only a minute to save your
life. In some way, descend from the
tower! They are going to blow It up!"
And a cry comes to her: "My wife,
And over It are frantic curses from
the American detective, and the voice
of old Tomasso, croulng: "It Is the
will of the Devil!"
Marina shouts: "I can only give you
life by being this devil's!"
The answer of the young sailor
.nines, calm as the voice of an English
officer should be facing death: "Not
at that price, darling! Don't think of
Then the tortured glr! begins to
wring her hands and sob as she sees
the men In the tower struggling to
.reak out, struggling as men tn the
'urret of a slnklug battleship. The
'uce she adores is before her In Its
death agony the weird music from
the sea comes faintly to her, telling of
woman's devotion, for the barbaric
hullads have been selected with mi
canny subtlety. For one dread RM
incut, Marina wildly thinks: "I'll save
my Edwin's lir then I'll keep myselt
Irom this crafty tleud by death In ilie
waves from off the vessel on which lie
bears me away!" Hut the thoufbl
shoots through her: "My dear litis
baud will believe I am a faithless ami
To t'lprlano, who Is trlumphanth
murt.i tiring: "I see, by your blushet.,
you're mine!" she shouts: "Never:
and desperately would run to the base
of the tower and die with her hus
band. But the arms of Danalla enclreli
her, holding her firm as bands oi
steel, inflamed liy Hie propinquity i
her loveliness, the contact of the pei
feet figure he clasps, the subtle pei
fume of her waving hair that tosse
in tresses about, t'lprlano Is whtspci
ing: "You have still time. Anstrutlie
' inav yet live, 1 have not given the sit
nal. Tie mln! But one long, sweet kiss
to prove It."
"And never dare to look on the face
of any true man or woman? No, no!"
Frantlcnlly Bhe tins broken from his
arms; she Is running towards the
torch, desperately Imping to snatch It
from the hands of the salyr holding It
ready to apply It to the fue.
After one unsuccessful step to over
take her swift feet. Ihmella cries sav
agely: "Fire the mine!"
Enrico, the fuse In one hand, the
blazing torch In the other, Is applying
the flamo to it.
There is a sharp whiff of the still
night air like the faint snap of a dis
tant whip and the man with the scar
falls, as If struck from Heaven.
"Diavolo, what mystery is this? My
self to light the fuse!" cries Clprlano,
and runs to the flambeau flaring on
Hut Marina, her eyes baneful with
agony, mutters: "I am a Corslcan,"
and as bo picks up the torch, the des
perate girl seizes him with her dell
cute bands and struggles with him
Hut her slight strength is naught to
that of his wiry frame. Danella picks
up the torch. "Take your choice," he
whispers. "The Englishman lives and
your are my mistress: he dies, and
you are my honored wife!"
He Is holding her down with one
knee pressed on her. He Is moving the
torch slowly to the fuse; he la giving
her a chance to save the life she loves
by despairing surrender he Is glv-
rs " "" " "" "a"" mmy
"Monte!" Clprlano, Springing High In
the Air, Falls Stark Dead Beside
Marina's Prostrate Form."
Ing himself just one more chance to
win the beauty of the woman who
loathes him when, even as the flame
Is licking the fuse, another whiff rends
the atmosphere, and from a spot mid
way between his longing eyes spouts
something that Is red In the torch
flame, aud with one shrill scream,
Mnrti '." Clprlano, springing high In
the air, falls stark dead beside Ma
rina's prostrate form.
The detective and Edwin are thun
dering at the tower door. Marina stag
gers to It, with a great effort turns
the key and lifts up the stoel bars,
and stands faintly leaning against the
stone masonry as Edwin, springing
out, catches her in his arms.
"What did it? What wondrous thing
wrought our deliverance?" he asks be
tween kisses that make the girl wife
think she Is in heaven.
"By gum, was it lightning?" asks
the detective, scratching his head.
Then hearing a cry he runs down the
chasm and moves the swinging bridge
Into place across the crevice.
Over this cornea Mr. Barnes, leisure
ly walking, humming the sweet roman
tic tune the minstrels are sending up
from the distant sea.
Looking at the two dead men, To
masso, iu his old-time Corslcan way,
is saying solemnly: " 'TIs the hand of
But Marina, running to the Ameri
can, cries: "I know the 'hand of
Cod!'" and sinks down uttering bless
ings on the great pistol shot.
"Hy Colinli, 'taiu't possible to do
that with a revolver In this light,"
mutters Emory, pacing off the dis
tance. "Holy smoke, you should he
proud of them shots."
"It was that wondrous Orezza water
that did lt. That toned up my nerves
after two days of devilish misery," re
marks Burton modestly.
"Hut grub's what I'm thinking
about," says Emory; "you haven't
been fed on spoon-victuals for two
weeks!" and be dashes Into the farm
Edwin, after slapping Barnes upon
the back, has carried his wife, half
swooning now with Joy, onto the ver
andah, when of a sudden, with a roar
like that of a hundred-ton gun, the
whole tower rises from Its base and
talis tumbling, a mass of ruined mas
onry, and on high there Is a flight of
rocks like fireworks. Fortunately the
explosion has been so strong that the
missiles nearly all fall into the seu,
with great splashing of the water.
They cun hear the cries of terror from
the mlusi rels in the boat as they has
tlly row away.
"My last shot wasn't quick enough,"
says the American dolefully. "Hang
mo, If Clp didn't get the torch to the
fuse before he died." Then Barnes
suddenly questions: "Where's my
wife? Can't anybody tell me where Is
"She was mil tn that tower, any
way; that we know," answered Edwin.
"We examined every portion of lt, try
ing to escape."
"Your wife?" cries Marina. "You
should know! I left you going up tin
stairs to her chamber In Hocogiiiinu
"She wasn't there'" mutters Bui ion
Wasn't there? My servaut sal4 she
' was there. Who was the ladyT"
Barnes doesn't answer, but says H
moodily: "Then I've got to And Enid. WM
My horse la Just on the other side of H
the crevice." M
"Hut you are too tired " H
"I'm never too tired to find my best M
girl," says the poor worn-out fellow, ,
trying to be cheerful, and stops down H
toward the bridge. M
Hut from a distance a pretty jt
feminine voice Is heard crying excited- M
ly: This Is the way to the explosion, M
young Sigtiore Hellacoscla." 0
Then Barnes' voice rings, really 9H
happy for the first time In twenty-tour M
hours: 'Enid, thnt yo.i? This way, lit- WM
tie girl, linl; out for the crevice," and U
hla long sought for bride comes can- M
terlng across the hridgo followed by M
two young bandits, who announce. M
themselves as Conrad and Rodrlgo M
Honclll. The next second Enid has 9U
been lifted In Barnes' arms from the M
"Where have you leen all this
time?" he asks eager!) . B
"Following you ever since this M
morning, when the great Hellacoscla
sent me on with these two gentlemen, H
his nephews, charging them with their U
lives to deliver me safe Into your
hands. I came from Hocognano." U
"And whore were you two nights M
ugo when I was seeking you there?" U
"I was asleep at Sallcctl's home un-
der the Influence of a narcotic. Oh, M
mercy, don't look at me so," stammers H
Enid. "I was beneath the care of SaJI- H
cell's mother." H
"Asleep under a narcotic?" H
"Yes; when they were planning the
ambush for you, I struggled so that H
Snlleeii and his men forced an ano- H
dyne down my throat. When I became H
conscious, they told me that, when the H
great Hellacoscla demanded my sur- H
render Bernardo wns afraid to ex- H
plain to him, and some other woman H
was substituted for me. But when H
Sallcetl learnt that Bonclll for his do- M
ceit had declared against him a ven- H
detta that meant his certain death, he H
went to the great bandit, confessed H
and surrendered me to him. Where- H
upon, with many kind words, Bonellt H
sent me to his 'dear friend, Monsieur H
Barnes, of New York, the celebrated H
pistol shot.' H
"Oh, the most divine pistol shot H
upon earth," calls Marina, running out
and embracing him. "By his skill, jH
Burton has killed the man whose lit H
forever would have been a menace to
us." Then gazing at Barnes, she H
laughs: "And I supposed you happy
for the last twenty-four hours. You re-
member I left you going up to your
wife's chamber In Hocognano."
!oiiig up to my chamber in Bocog
mi no?" almost yells the young English
bride. "I cannot understand; I was
asleep under opium In charge of Sail-
"Oh, no, you were at my bouse. You
were waiting for Burton In the guest H
chamber on the second floor. Mr.
Unities went up to you Oood gra- H
clous, Kdwln, don't! Dlo mlo, what are
you squeezing my hand so for?" H
"A word in private with you, Mr. H
Barnes," whispers Enid in suppressed H
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