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I23TJBT, XHSSOUBL i oa Broadway orar Paapla Baaka TraAat Ftt r m arnaoa i Treasie T . I A STOUT OF MALTA. By Virginia, W. Johnson: CHAPTER XJLL A COB DEALTRT totterad into : tha little fxrden of hi abode, and 'tank down on a bench. ills appearance was that'ot a man who had lost sus tained a crushing blow. lie wiped hla trsolst brow, . and ftazed, Tacantlj, about htm. Good God! be groaned, hla pinched featoxea contracting with anxiety and fear. "Who would hare erer beliered It? How could I hare forseen this day? Accursed knares! Two weeks earlier his agitation might hare been attributed to the flight of his grand-daughter; bat, in fact, the old man had sustained, her loss with remarkable equanimity and resignation. It is her Spanish blood, he had muttered aloud, after reading the note written by Dolores before sailing. She must be full - of tricks as she growa older. Let her go, once for nr :. ... . In his profound - egotl&m lie might ren bare been suspected of a eentl- mens ox reuex mat a ourinen was re moTed. Sorrow, apprehension, re gret for the rash step taken by young girl, wholly ignorant of the world-7-did these paternal misgivings fall to touch the heart of Jacob Deal try? De gare no sign. ' - When a letter from Lieut Cur ton. dated Lugano, had been received, an nouncing the marriage, and enclosing a second, xaalty, little taUsiTe, written in Italian, from the bride, he had read the two communications without com ment, and thrust the crushed envelope into the pocket ox his threadbare coat. Now a far more severe misfortune had stricken the old boa, and ' his whole being threatened to colls pse in the shock. The event which moved Jacob Dealtry to despair .had coarrulsed al native Malta, as with am earthquake throe. i itsay, actuacea oj vae aisa or con aolidating a national cuirency, had recalled the coin known as tee Sicilian dollar. The government of Uslta an nouncing the decision, had ? given an ultimata date for all money of this denomination in circulation m the Island, to be brought to a given place and redeemed. The unexpected tidings were eeived and discussed with a perturba tion ox whtcn municipal authority a t . a . . may nave nreviousiy entervamea no suspicion. The Maltese, bigoted by tradition and distrustful by ; tempera ment, had remained cold amidst the fever of modern speculation, hoarding his worldly goods rather than risking all lm Dank, railway snares or loans. To possess gold one should be able to handle and count the glittering coins frequently. Such Is his creed. More a a m a over, to ooey ine present summons would toe to fully reveal one's treas ure, a course to be deplored. Malta wept, prayed, raved In secret In vain! . .The nobleman in his palace. penurious and a b tern loos of life, the merchant. the man of law. the sailor. the fisherman, equally cursed the tern poral dispensation which so ruthlessly unveiled the actual condition . of indi vidual finances to public curiosity. Here was a situation almost unique in history. ' The lalsnd must divulge her wealth as far as the Sicilian dollar was co ace rued. Now the Sicil ian dollar was a coin of preference with all grades of society, agreeable to manipulate, and sufficiently con venient to slip into unsuspected hid ing-places, where neither moth nor rust need be feared, nor thieves break through and steal Swift and unforeseen stroke of des tiny coming to overturn the estab lished order of things! The world changes, and one must change with it, or be flung from the wheel of fortune and crushed. During the period of waiting, con jecture and doubt when rumor still lacked complete confirmation, Jacob Dealtry had gone about like one. dis traught seeking news. Each neigh bor was absorbed In his own gloomy meditations, and did not especially heed the eccentric foreigner. Alone in the Watch Tower, his con duct did not astonish grandchild or servant At the first hint of Impending change he had haunted the streets of Valette and the quay, eager to glean fresh news from any source. Then he had returned home, to sink down on the. stoueTerich. spent," dejected and broken In spirit In all the prudent calculation of years It had been Impossible to realise his day. . He remained there inert, devoid of power of thought or speech, his brain clouded, his tongue dumb.' Time pos sessed no more value to him. Human beings were specters. One fact gradually became clear to his perceptionhe would no longer dare to live here, isolated, defenseless, hugging his miserable and Ignoble secret He must flee from Malta In old age and decrepitude. The Sicilian dollar was his Nemesis, the angel with the flaming sword, destined to drive him forth from this paradise of his own fooice. How could the Instinct of the miser, which had been the taint of his soul for year, growing to a noxlona parasite, checking the current of all noble purpose, have chosen a better refuge than this remote island, whose inhabitants were prudent; like himself? At length the dormsnt nature of the man was aroused and struggled fierce ly for supremacy. The greed of ava rice wrestled with conscience. It were better to leave the Sicilian dollar safely buried out of sight than stand branded as an lm poster. ' How he had schemed to convert most of the wealth brought with him Into the current coin! Now It had become fairy gold, and no better than a heap of withered autumn leaves!. -What! Give up all! Lose all! Never! Never! . . The past rose, at thempment be fore the dimmed vision of Jacob Deal- try...'- ' . ',,.' He had dwelt .at Jamaica, as Capt Filllnghem surmised. He had been a clerk In London, and subsisted on a meagre salary through - youth and early manhood. Then a summons from the West Indies advised him, as next of kin, thst he Inherited . the property of a cousin, a trader of cour age and ability, who had amassed con siderable wealth. From the beginning fortune had dazzled and frightened Jacob Dealtry, narrow-minded and economical by education. Sleep forsook his pillow at the thought of rash investments, and the artful wiles of his cousin's old associates. He wished to escsne from their net His wife died, and during the childhood of his son he counted his possessions with tremu lous anxiety. He strove ever to hold his own. The son took ship for Spain, and married r a . pretty. Andalusian. Jacob Deal try's ' Inherent . suspicion found cause of disapproval of this early marriage. ' lie departed from Jamaloa;i without leaving' traces of himself, or revealing his future plana to any one. ; , , ; r - The measure was the outward symp tom of a : canker ' of the souL The young couple would 'squander bis money as lightly as a bride ! smoked a cigarette, or toyed with her fan. The son devoted the remainder ' of his life to finding the missing parent The young man was actuated; by ap prehension of foul play, and a sincere wish to fulfil his own ' final ' duties.' Smitten with fever, he left the sole re maining cine in his possession . to his wife and' child. t He bad . ascertained, after much fruitless quest In the laby rinth of London life, that a person of the name of -Jacob.. Dealtry. dwelt at Malta. This last hope ef succor had led the mother and child to the Watch Tower, where they had been untrraci ously received, by, & men reputed poor. and who earned a 'humble ' livelihood by copying documental or an advocate.' whea chance' a.ffordad. such 'employ A V. - - hx stood as ir rmccxji wrrHiHOJOtoB. ment or picking : wp archaeological relics, and deciphering Punic Inscrip tions, self-taeght, and zealous In re- csreh. t r t l ' r The Andaluslaai dsagh fear- In-law faded, and died of ennui, disappoint ment, and chagrin. leaving , little Dolores,-"- ' ' The old man rose ' ' froui the : Wnch and began to walk about his narrow domain. He tossed his arms above his head and uttered imprecations, wild, wrathful and impotent, against - those who had reduced him to this sorry plight To reveal his, hoard to all eyes, or to lose It! Terrible, incredi ble alternative! Ah, why had he dis trusted the crisp bank note, easily folded and secured in the lining of raiment bed, a chair, tormented by dread of rats and - mice, mildew and storms? Blindly, foolishly, he had chosen the hard, bright coin, inde structible to mlschevious agents of harm the teeth of rodents, and rain. The Sicilian dollar had played him false. He saw It all now that such knowledge came too late, ; He lived In a sort of delirium He scoffed at the Impending catastrophe. lie need not act with undue precipita tion. There waa still time for reflection and to rearrange hie disordered Ideas. He kept reassuring himself In this fash- on. Night and day became as one to him. If he slept or partook of such food as was to be found In the house, the need of nature was .mechanically fulfilled. He did not miss his 'grand-' daughter. He had forgotten her .and e ever of unrest consumed him, Con tending passions tore his breast, now urging him to desperate, frantic action, and again withholding him In a dull, passive resignation. Suddenly the note of a church bell -cached his ear. He paused in his aimless rambling about house and garden, indulging in fitful soliloquies, - and listened. The bell marked the passing hour. He was startled, shocked, appalled. Time was ebbing rapidly, like the sand in the glass His distorted fancy thus in terpreted the warning of the clock. Would he be too late? He stood as if frozen with horror, his white hair bristling on his head, his eye dilated and fixed. A voice shrieked these words: Ism rich, rich! My treasure lies burled here all about me. Help me to unearth It before it is too late! Who had spoken? ne could not de termine whether his own lips had moved, or he heard an echo of hla thoughts at his side. He was no longer alone. Mocking fsces jibed at him, taunting his helplessness, his tardy recognition of the impending evil. Then a beautiful shape, clothed in shining radiance, put aside the others, only to prove the more maddening in turn. This airy form was the Sicilian dollar. Now It gleamed on the ground, and again it flitted up to the parapet of the Watch Tower' 'The coin apun here, there; on all aides; eluding; 'daz zling, intangible,- ; Jacob Dealtry, . aroused : to frenzy haste, after long delay, began to seek In' the crevices of his dwelling, be neath the fountain basin, behind the beehives, at the angle of the garden Jrell. ..f: , . If he paused to rest, his feeble strength exhausted, the Sicilian dol lar flashed before his troubled vision. ecoffLnp , at his f orgetf ulness of still another hiding-place, and goading him to fresh exertions. Shrill lsughter and odd cries were audible occasionally in the ' enclosure. Jacob Dealtry had lost his reason. A vessel approached Malta, the FJettrico from Messina, Among the passengers on board were Leut Curzon and his wife. His brief leave of absence had nearly expired, and he was about to rejoin his ship. Dolores, beaming with happiness, and her savsge grace already refined by travel, still held Florio under one arm, Malta gave alight heed to these new arrivals in the more profound emo tions of the hour. . Malta, whether of high or of low degree, was bringing the Sicilian dollar to the treasrry mart at the appointed time. The coin ar rived In bag, purse, scoffer, and even transported in rude boxes on primi tive vehicles, the owners sadly crest fallen and anxious as to results. The fact was clearly proved: that the stronghold of the Knights Templar was the richest Island of similar di mensions in the world. The recluse of the Watch Tower was not the only victim of the pranks of the Sicilian dollar on this occasion. Disbursement of hoards lone con cealed sowed, discontent envy, uud suspicion on every side. Creditors frowned on - debtors, proved to have full pockets. Masters eyed thrifty servants askance. The Busattl couple met on their own threshold with mutual confusion and anger. 'Thou! exclaimed the husband, In accents of unfeigned astonishment, hugging a much-worn, leather pouch under his arm. Thou! echoed the wife, in even sharpen tones, and clutching a heavy sack of coarse linen. ... Tr ;Ehl Whst would yon have, my soul? A msn must make a little pro vision for age when his children may find him a burden, said the husband, apologetically. . .- -. ;I have daughters to marry, said the wife tartly. "May the Madonna help me to save a - soldo for ' some massea to be sung for ' the repose of my soul when Idler . ' Even Dr. Bnaatti emerged from the house ceuntlng some pieces of money In his left-palm. ' ' 'And Dolores? . Her face clouded as she once more climbed the steps of "Valletta. Bemoree and apprehension began to weigh oa her heart r In vain she 1 sought for the small and bent form of her grandfather in the crowd. Why should he The there unless at tracted by a sentiment of ; curiosity? lie is all Alone, she faltered. "De enay have been ill and neglected while sve have been so " happy.- Ah, poor grandpapa: - Her husband soothed and reassured her.! Certsialy Jacob Dealtry should want for nothing, yet the old man in spired only contempt In ' the mind of the 'officer, as on the occasion of their first meeting. ' ' Dr. Busattl quitted the town to visit a patient in the vicinity of the Watch Tower. A neighbor hinted that Jacob Dealtry had not been aeen to emerge from the garden gate for several day a The young physician approached the portal and knocked. There was no response. At tals moment Dolores and Lient Curzon appeared on the path. Greetings were exchanged. Possibly these two men recognized. with a swtf t end mutual intuition of change, how strangely the tangled thread of life had involved and brought them back to a common start ing point, the threshold of Jacob Deal try's door. ! J The day was calm and serene, the silence unbroken. The pigeons flew ep on the roef end spread their feath ers in the sun. The bees swarmed in a dark cloud over the wall Dolores grew pale as the knocking on the gate was repeated. Ah, if they had come too late! , Florio Increased her agitation by whining ! pitifully.' Did the dog remember ' the spot? Dolores cast e frightened glance about her, and pressed her .hands to her throbbing heart Grandpapa!-' The fresh young voice pierced - the stillness. ' "Grandpa pal Dolores is here. Open the door. Sorely the strained attention of the group of listeners detected a sound, a alow movement, within the enclosure, 4 '.he heavy dragging ox .reel, on tae rroundV' The bolt moved, the chain at tied. "-nd then Dr. Busattl K pushed' .gainst the barrier. Jacob Dealtry lad fallen In making this final effort The garden presented an appearance, if the utmost disorder and dilaplda-Jon-V Flsnts . were uprooted, stones lislodged, the soil "disturbed. In the restlbuleof the tower the portrait of the Knight lay on the floor, revealing in open door in the wall, and the jarred chair, overturned, . was . shown to have concealed a second recess in the wall. All about the old man heaps af shining coin lay scattered,' rolling a a reckless profusion on the path, in ialf emptied boxes, in tangled masses 3f rags, in bags of leather, ' cloth and lUk.- t Lieut Curzon was scornfully silent Dr. Busattl uttered an . involuntary exclamation of surprise and dismay and wiped' his' damp", brow. If the former realized, with swift conviction,: that Jacob Dealtry must, have been seeking some - fresh hiding place for his money when he found - him in the ruined temple,. the .'emotion of Dr.. Busattl was far more lively when he actually trod , upon the Sicilian dol lar In . order to aid ; the unconscious ownen'j .i.-:: Dolores, in advance of both of her companions, had knelt and lifted' her grandfather's head on her breast with remorseful solicitude. V "Hf :. Florio trotted c around the garden with "utter unconcern, and, plunging Into, the : clump of reeds, brought out a broken fan in his mouth. Help him! besought Dolores, with a touch of the imperiousness percepti ble on a former occasion. "I fear he Is overdone,' said the physician, again testing the feeble ' JACOB DEALTRT HAD F AIXXX. and flntttering pulse of the old man. Did Dr. Busattl, in the abstraction permitted to science under similar cir cumstances, realise that Malta could boast of no heiress of the Sicilian dol lar to compare with the unconscious Dolores? Truly, "He who has gold, or a devil, can not hide it That night Jacob Dealtry rallied slightly from stupor, and gazed at tentively at Lieut Curzon,' who stood at his i bedside, while Dolores . knelt, holding his cold hand. James, he articulated, ' half won deringly, mistaking the officer for his son long dead. Then his glance sought Dolorea The Andalusian, he murmured, and once more closed his eyes. An hour later his breath exhaled in these words, 'Too late! The following summer Mr. Ford, the clergyman with a weak chest, preached a sermon on the -landing ol St Paul at Malta in his own parish church. Among the edified listeners were his bride, formerly Miss Ethel Syxnthe, Mrs. Griffith, , Capt. Fillinghom and his wife. i - The morning service terminated, the captain ' walked' with Mrs. Griffith through the churchyard,' In the direc tion of .. the vicarage. -. "Our - young friend, Arthur Curzon, . will come in for a pot of money, he remarked iu a confidential undertone. ' "They ssy the old Watch Tower was full of gold, hoarded by the miserly grandfather. He must have been the Jamaica trad er,' Jacob Dealtry. A simple maiden in her . flower is . worth ' a hundred coe ts-of -arms, you know. When I was with Admiral Jack in the Baltic- " 'John, dear, Mr.' Ford is waiting to take us to lunch, interposed Mrs. Fillinghom, pausing at the door of .the Vicarage. . i :. . .. v - : . 'Some women are fidgety listeners, m a m . 4 a a . at ine oesi," quoin ine ancient mar iner. "I must try to secure a Sicilian dollar for my collection of coins. , I have some good specimens . of florins, and the Venetian zecchin and osele. Let us all return to Malta next win ter." . THE XXTX ' Shot Down In Bar Home. John Antvlndls and Grant Fulkerth. of . 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