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SATURDAY, MAKCH 23, 1918. DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE SEVEN. SEND Th« (then looked and then bunt Into merriment, for acres* the litter of cards and dice and empty classes they ·ra a dimpled girl ud boj , a* like aa two peu. They were Jmt ont of bed ; thej were peering through the smoke, and bftektac like two little owU "So! Ton awaken the household ·wltt TOOT son**," aoaoe one chlded Don llarfa. "Two cherubs from heaven," another exelnisned. Bill the father Inched forward, m frown apoc nls face. "What! Is this, my dwnr he dqnlred, thickly. "Boa bock to your bed*. This is no place tor jo*." "We love Xrangellna." piped the twins. ""Ten most not let Bon Pablo luwe her -- If you please." She They nodded. "We lore her. Sh« plays with us every day. We -vcant her to stay here. . . belongs to tm." Accustomed as they were to prompt compliance with their demands, they spoke Imperiously; but they had never ftecn a frowii like tbte upon their father's face. "Go" to yonr rooms, my sweethearts," Don Estrban directed "We want Evongellna She belong* to as," they chorused, stubbornly. Don Pablo shook with laughter. "So! She belongs- to you, eh? And Fm to be robbed of ray winnings. Very wen, then, come and give me a kiss, both of yon. and 111 fee what an be dene." Bat the .children saw that Don Pablo's face was 'strangnly Ite'hed, that Ws eyes were wild and hi* mwcnlficent beanj.wns wet with wine; therefore they hnng back. "Ton won yonr bet fairly," Esteban prowled at him. "Pay no heed to these tables." "Erangellna Is ours," thv, little ones fcravely repeated. Then their father exploded : "The devil! Am I dreaming} Where hare yon learned to oppose ma? Back to jonr beds, both of,you." Seeing Jiem ^ , 1 estate, he snooted for his -wife. there! Isabel, my IOTC! Come put these Imps to rest Or most I teach them manners with my piilm? A. fine tUBjr. trnly! Are they to be allowed to roam the house at will and get a Cneto swung sound of-Ma blows echoed through the quinta, and they summoned, among others, -Donna Isabel, who watched the scene from behind her shatter with, much satisfaction. .The gnests looked on, approvingly. Sebastian made no ontcry. The whip bit deep; it drew blood and raised welts the thickness of one's thumb; nevertheless, for the first few moments tbe victim suffered less In body than In spirit His brain wan so benumbed, so- shocked with other excitations, that he was veil-nigh Insensible to physical pain. That Evnngeiina,:, flesh of his flesh, hud been sold, that his lifelong faithfulness hud brought such reward as this, teat Esteban, light of his soul. had turned against him--all this «-as simply astounding Gradually he be- gau to -esent the shrieking injustice of It all, mil? unsuspected forces gathered Inside of Blm. They grew until his frame was shaken by primitive savage Impulses. Alter E time Don Esteban cried"That will do, Cueto! Leave him now for the flies to punish. They will remind him of his insolence " Then tbe gnests departed, and Esteban staggered Into the house and went to bed. All that morning Sebastian stood with his bands chained high over his head The sun grew hotter and ever hotter npon big lacerated back; the blood dried and clotted there; a cloud ol flies gathered, swarming over the mw gashes left by Cneto's whip Since Bon Esteban'a nerves, or perhaps it was his conscience, did not permit to sleep, he arose about noontime and dressed himself , He was still drunk, and the mad rage of U» early morning still possessed him; tlierefsre, when be mounted Ms horse he pretended not to see the figure chained to the window grating Sebastian's affection for hii master was doglike and be bad token his punishment as a dog takes his, more in surprise than 'n anger, but at this proof of cat- Ions indifference a Sre kindled In. the T/H have you set free K yon. tell me * t "How much? I doa't know. Bnt there Is much--pieces of Spanish gold, silver coins in casks and In little boxes --the boxes are bouncl with iron and have hasps and staples; bars of precious oietal and little paper packages of gnu, all tied up and hidden in. leather bags." "Tea I Go on." "There are ornaments, too. God knows they most htve come from heaven, they are so beantiful; and pearls from the Caribbean as large as plums." "Are 3 OH speaking the truth 1" "Did 1 not make tbe" hiding-place «U alone? Senora, everything Is there just as I tell you--nnd more. The grants of title from the crown for this qnlnta and the sugar plantations, they are there, too. Don Estet-an o««4 to fear the government officials, so tir Ivd hin papers securely. .Without them the lands belong to-no one Ton understand 7" "Of. course! Yes, yes' But the Jew-i els-- Where are "hey hidden?" ' "You would never guess P Sebastian's voice gathered strength "Ten honsand men In ten thousand years would never find the pt ·*, and nobody mows the secret but Don Esteban and me." ·1 believe yon. J knew all the tone it was here. W^n? Where IB itr Sebastian hesitated and said, plte- onsly, "I nm dying--" Isabel couH bcarcely contain herself. Til give you water, but first tell m« where--where I God In heaven I Can't yon see that I, too, am perishing J" "I must have * drink." "Tell me first" Sebastian lifted his head nnd, meet- Ing the speaker's eyea, lauguv-d tonrse ly At tbe sound of his unnatural merriment Isabel recoiled as 1£ stung She stared at the slave's face In amazement and then In fury. Sne stammered, incoherently, "Tou--you have been-lying!" 'Oh nol The treasure Is thfcre, the greatest treasure In all Cuba, but you shall never know where it Is. Jll see to that It WHS you who sold my girl; it was yon who brought me to this; It was yonr hand that whipped me. Well, I'll tell Don Esteban bow you tried to bribe his secret from me I . What do, you think he'll do then? Eh? Tou'n feel the lash on your white back--" "Ton fool'" Donna Isabel looted mnrder. "Ill punish yon for this, ITi make you speak If X have to rub your wounds w'tl* salt." But Sebastian closed Jits eyes old fellow's breast, hotter by far than the fever from his fly-blown sores. He was thirsty, too, but that was the least of his sufferings. Some time during tbe afternoon the negro heard himself addressed through the window against the bars of which Mere mention of theSr stepmother's.! Jie leaned. The speaker was Donna une was enough for Bo-a and Este- Isabel. "Do yon suffer Selasttan'" she began In a tone or gentleness and pity. "Tes, mistress." The speaker's tougue was thick, nd swollen. "CanT help yon}* The negro raised his head; be.sb.ook earner. Isabel had overheard tbe wager, ^g ^^ to M h i mself ot a,,, msecta *"! ^*^* on , 1 J** S ,_* T l lly ^ aU ? 1 *: Stl ? ! wtich wcre devouring him. "Give me a drink of water," he said, hoarsely. ·* "Surely, a great gourdful, all cool and dripping from the well Bnt first 1 want yon to tell me something." "A drink, for the love of heaven,' panted the old man, and Donna Isabel nune ban; they scuttled away as fast as they could go, and when Donna Isabel cune to their rooms, a few moments Inter, she found them ID their beds, with their eyes deceitfully squeezed .lint, Evangellna was cowering in a Jerked the slave «lrl to her feet aud ·with a blow of her palm *ent her to her quarters. Then she turned her attention to the twtosT- When she left them Uiey were weeping -silently, botli for themselves and for Evangelina, whom they dearly loved. Day was breaking -when Estebttn Taroaa bade his gnests good-by at the door of his bouse. is he- stood there S«basrlan came to him on' of tbe mists of tbe. dawn. He »as half crated from apprehension, and n-»w cast bini- ·wlf prone before his master, begging for Kvangellna. Don Pablo, In whom tbe liquor -was dying, cursed impatiently: "Caramba' Have I won the treasure of yonr -whole establishment?" he inquired. "Perhaps yon value this wench at more than a thousand pesos; If so, yon will say that I cheated you." "No! She's only on ordinary girl. My wife doesn't like her, and so-I determined to get nd of bcr. She Is yours, fairly enough," Varona told him. "Then send her to my bouse. ~ I'll breed her to Salvador, my cochero. He's tbe strongest man I have." Sebastian uttered a strangled cry jnd rose to bis feet. "Master! Ton roast not--" "Silence!" ordered EMeban. "Go abo«t your business. What do you mean by this, anyhow?" But Sebastian, dazed of mind and sick of soul, went on, unheeding. "She . 1 i n»y girl. Ton promised me her freedom. I warn you--" "Eh?" The planter swuyed forward j tat with blazing eyes jnrveyed bis j slave. "Ton warn me? Of whnf" he growled. At ills moment neither master nor xaan knew exactly what he said'or did, Sebastian raised his hand on high. In reality the gesture uas meant to call leaven as a witness to ills jears ot faithful service, bnt, misconstruing bis latent, Pablo Peia brought his ridlrtg- vhlp down across the old man's back, crying: "Ho! None of that" A shudder ran through Sebastian's frame. Whirling, he seized Don Fab- la's wrist and tore the whip from his fingers. Although tbe Sprniard was a strong man, he uttered a cry of pain. At this indignity to a guest Esteban flew into » fury, "Panchu I" be cried. ·Hoi Pancho!" When the manager came running, Esteban explained: "This fool is dangerous. He raised his tiand to me and to Don Pablo." Sebastian's protests wire drowned by the- angry voices of the others. "Tie him to yonder j;rnung," directed Esteban, who was still in-the ITip of a senseless ruge. "Flog him well and make haste about It." Sebastian, who bad no time In which to recover himself, made but a weak resistance when Pancho Cneto locked Ids wrists into a pair of clumsy, old- lashioned manacles,' first passing the I bora around one of tke bus* of the Iron window grating which Esteban imd indicated. saw how crnclted aod dry were his thick lips, how near the torture had come to prostrating him. 'Til do more," she promised, and her voice was like honey. "Til tell Pancho Cucto to unlock you, eren If I risk Es teban's anger by so doing. Will you be my friend? Will you tell me something?" "What can I tell you?" , "Oh, you know very well!'I've asked it often enough, but you have lied, just as my husband has lied to me. He Is a miser; he has DO heart; he cares for nobody, as yon ran see. -Tou musl hate him now, even as I hate him. Tell me--ls\there reallj a treasure, or--?" quite insane. HIB face was frightful to behold; it was" npellSp In lt= animal rage, acd he towered above hia master like some fabled creature ont of the African jangle of his forefathers Sebastian's fists alone would have been formidable weapons, but they were armored and weighted with tlje old-fashioned, hand-wrought irons which Poncho Gneto had locked ujron them. Wrapping the chain In his fin. yers, the olave leaped at Esteban aJid struck, once The sound of the blow was sickening, for the whole bony structure of Esteban Voroun's tend gave way. I There was a horrifled cry from tie other white men Don Pablo Pezn ran forward, shouting He swung his machete, bnt Sebastian met him before tbe blow could descend, and they went dawn together upon tbe bard stones Again Sebasban smote, with bis massive bends wrapped in the chain and wearily 'TTou can't moke me suffer more than I have suffered," he said. "And now--I curse you. may that treasure be the death of you. May you live in torture like mine the rest of your days, may 7our beauty turn to ugliness such that men will spit at you, may yon neer know peace again until you die in poverty and want--" Bet Donna Isabel, being superstitions, fled tilth her fingers iu her ears; nor did hhe undertake to make good her barbarous threat, realizing oppor- tuneSy that it would otly serve to betray her desperate intentions and put ber husbnnd -further on his guard. As the sun was sinking bcyoad the farther rim of the rumnrl and the valley was beginning to fill with, shadows Esteban Varona rode up the hlli His temper was more evil ihan ever. If that were possible, for he had drunk again in an effort to drown thi- memory of his earlier actions. With blm were Pablo Peza, and-Mario de Oastano, Col. Uen- dozn y Llmtres, old Pedro Mlron, the advocate, and others of less consequence, whom Esteban had gathered from the Spanish dab. The host dismounted and lurched across the courtyard to Sebastian. "So, my fine fellow," he began. "Have yon had enough of rebellion by this timer Sebastian's face was-working as he turned upon his master to say "I would be lying if I told you that I nm sorry for what I did. It 19 you who have done wrong Tour soul is black with Jh!s crime Where is my girl' ' "The devlll To hoar you talk one would think yon were a free miin " The planter's eyes were bleared and he brandished his riding-whip threatening!} "I do as I please wltn. ray slaves. I tolerate no Insolence. Tour gfrl? Well, she's In the house of Salvador, Don Pablo's cochero, where she be* longs." Sebastian had hung sick and limp against the grating, but at these words he suddenly roused. He strained at his manacles and the bars groaned under his weight His eyes began to roll, his lips drew back over his blue gums. Noting nis expression of fe'oclty, Esteban cut at his naked bark with the rldlng-whlp, crying "Ho 1 Not subdued yet, eh? Ton need another flogging." "Curse yon and all that Is yours," roared the maddened slave. "Slay yon know the misery yon hnie put upon me May you rot for a million years In hell May your children's bodies grow fllthy with disease; may they starve; may they--" Sebastian was yelling, thoufJi his voice was hoarse with pain Tlie lash drew bleod with every blow. Meanwhile, he wrenched and tugged at his bonds with tile fury of a maniac. "Pablo! Tour micbete, quick!" The Slave Leaned at Esteban, and Struck, Once. his wrists encafeed In steel, and this time It was as 1C Den. Pablo's head had been caught between a hammer and an nn\H. The negro's strength, exceptional at all times, was multiplied tenfold bo had run amuck. Wien he arose tie machete was in his grasp and Don Pablo's brains were on his knuckles It ill happened in far less time than It takes to tell. Tbe onlookers had not yet recovered from their first consternation ; In fact they were, BtiU fumbling and raging at whatever weapons they carried, when Sebastian came toward them, brandishing the blade on high Pedro Ml i on. (he advocate,' was tb« third to fall. Be tried to scramble ont of the negro's path, but, being an old man, his limbs wcre too stiff to serve him and he went down shrieking. By now the horses had caught the scent of bot blood nnd were plunging furiously, the clatter of their hoof$ mingling with the blasphemies ot the riders, while Sebastian's bestial roar- Ing made the commotion even more hideous. Esteban s guests fought as much for their lives as for vengeance upon the sla.ier, for Sebastian was like a gorilla, be seemed intent upon killing them all He vented bis fury upon whatever came within bis reach; he struck at men and animals alike, and tbe shrieks of wounded horses added to the din. It was a frightful combat. It seemed Incredible that one man con's work such dreadful havoc in so short a ttzae Varoua and t^o of his friends went dPad; two more were badly wounded, and a Peruvian stallion lay kicking on the flnggtnij when Col Jtendoza y Lin- arcs flnallv managed to get a bullet home in tbe black man's brain Those who came running to learn the cause of the hubbub turned awa-v sick and pallid, for the paved yard was a shambles Pancho Cueto called upon the staves to help him, but they slu'ik bncfc to their quarters, dumb with terror and dismay All that night people from the town below came nnd -nent and the quluta resounded to sobs and lamentations, but of all tbe relatives of the dead and Bounded, Donna Is.iBel took her bereavement hardest Strange to say, she could not be comforted Now, when It was too late, she realized that she hod overreached hei-self, having caused tbe death of the only two who knew the secret of the treasure She remembered, also, Sebastian's statement that even the deeds of patent for the land were hidden with tlie rest, where ten 'thousand men in ten thousand years conld never find tliem. TO BE CONTINUED SLEPT WHILE GUNS ROARED (fnaries Francis Adams Told of Taking « Nap on a Hillside During Plckett't Charge. In the campaigns of both Antietara and Gettysburg I v as an officer In a regiment of cavalry, a mere subordinate, responsible only for obedience to orders. At Gettysburg Jnly S the division to panted the slaveowner "PH make an end of Oils black fiend, once for all" Esteban Tarona's gnests had looked j which we'belonged occupied the high, on at the scene with tbe same mild In- j partly wooded ground on the right of terest they would display at the whip- the line, covering the enemy's flank ping of a balky horse; and, now that M d rear It was a bright Jnly day, "Tell Really a Treas-V The woman gasped; she choked; she 3ould scarcely force the Question for fear of disappointment, "Tell me there Is, Sebastian. I've heard so; many lie, that I begin to doubt" The old man nodded. "Oh, yes, there Is a treasure," said he. "Oh' Yon have seen it?" Isabel was trembling as If with an ague. "What Is Jt like? How much Is there? ~ the animal ^threatened to become dangerous, it was In their view quite the proper thing to" put. It out of the way. Don Pablo Peia stepped toward his mare to draw the machete from its scabbard. "Bat he did not band it to his friend. He heard a shout, and turned in timti to see a wonderful and a terrible thing "· Sebastian had bracrf bis naked feet against the l , . he had bowed his back and bent his massive shoulders back and a pair of shoulders that hot, and with white clouds slowly roll- Ing acros? the sky Neither our lines nor those of the enemy were visible to us; and 'the sounds of battle were hushed. Wairii g for orders and for action, we dismounted, out of regard for our horses as well as zor ourselves, and Eat or lay on the turf. Inured to danger by contact long and close and thoroughtv tired in body and overwrought in^nijud we listened for the battle to begin; and shortly after noon the artillery opened We did not looked ns bony and muscular as those , know It for we could see -nothing in of an ox--and he was heaving with I that direction, but it covered the fa- every ounce of strength in bis enor- mons advance of Pickett's Virginia di- mous body. As- Pablo stared he saw i vision % npon Meade's center--that the heavy grating come away from Its I wonderful feat of arms--and just anchorage in the solid masonry, as a shrub Is up«ooted from soft ground. The rods bent and twisted; there was a clank and rattle and clasu o£ metal upon the flncs; and then'^-Sebastian then, lulled by the incessant roar of the cannon, while the fate of the army and lie nation trembled in the balance, at the veiy crisis of the great conflict, I dropped qnietly^aslcep. It Gbofl Sebastian, ni »}ve JOB. water; arid tbeir- connecting chain. He was turned upon, his tormentor, a'free man, j WBa not hero'c, bnt It was essentially ·"·re only; for^the wide_ troriiiraeelets f-n tir'-^From the Autobiography of THIS CATALOOttl TO LOO* OVe If THEK'RS- -sue *f»nrs TO jom owe OF HER. THE SON'S WARNING TO HIS MOTHER j , A severe lesson is brought home to this mother by the son who takes pride in his home town. The mail order house's local agent has given a woman friend a lavishly lit- eratured catalog and likewise seoks her membership in the "club " The woman is tempted and seeks to influence the son to sanction her becoming a victim of the business octopus that stands back of the catalog The son, an employe of a, home merchant, has inculcated within him the spint of cooperative existence and fondly w?nis his impulsi-v=e mother of the necessity of circulating her son's earnings in the community from whence it came for her existence. MORAJj---The seed from the home pay envelope should be planted m the farm of local commerce in expectation of a larger crop in the future. A Great Combined Movement by Great People Will Secure a Phenomenal Boost for Yourself and THESE MERCHANTS. COMPACT Furniture, Butts, Stoies 154-158 M. Crawford Ave. W. N. LECHE Dry Cowls 12tt V. Crawford Ave, THE HOKNES COMPAXTf Men's Wear 100 TB. Cnmford Are, COIOSIAI/ NATIONAL BJJOC Corner IPittsburs Street and Crawford Avenue. MCDONALD MUSIC ASD JELECTEIC co. Bpyat Hotel Block 5. 1'ittsbnrg- St. H. KOJ8ACKEJ8, SOSS ·The Big Store" ft. Pittsburg St C. W. DOWNS Footwear for Everybody 127 ". Piftsbnrg St. CONSTEI/LSVILLE HABKEO. 1 AKT) NORTH END MASKET ., Leading Grocery Stores 1M and SIS X. Httsburg St AXDEBS05-LOUCKS HABDWARE CO. llanlnare 116 V. Crawford Ave. CHAEiES T. GI1ES Jeweler * 141 "West Crawford ivc. BB01VNELL SHOE COMPANY Slmcn Tfest Crawford Are. COSNELLSVILLE DBUG COMPANY Urugs 130 IVest Crawford /TC. X PETER E. 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