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murdered her tomorrow if we had her father as you suggest, he may
not come. Where is your master,, have sent her to find out exactly
From Vicier « Ffrealda ('onip«nion.
what investigation he has to fear
I “Better not see him,” I urged;
"let us telegraph for Dallinger and
BY J. H HESEI.TINE.
But Warburton was already out
the room, and, looking through
A beautiful old place.” I ex-
'claimed, when we came in sight of about it until he has given an opin- (the window, I could see him meet
Grondali, a stylishly dreesed
'it, and then I stopped suddenly, ion ”
My advice came too late, ho *• young lad v, whose face, however, I
¡glancing at Sir Tom’s face to see
Mr. Grendall must have wa8 n°l able to see. -
'whether he had noticed something
state of worked up ; heard his excited voice in the hall,
Relieved by my friend’s absence
which in my ----
anxiety, filled me with forebodings, for just as I spoke, a noor opened- from the necessity of pretending to
Mvp no sign,
except-'and Miss Caryll’s guardian him eat, I rang the •bell to inouire Dr.
that his pace increased almost to a ' self came out. I should have re Tichelling’B address. I had an
run. He did not speak until we cognized him at onee from the de impression that he had given the
'were standing in the porch, and a scription which Sir Tom had given death certificate in total ignorance
| whitehaired man servant had come of him—a tall, lean man of about of the heiress’ former trance, an
l° a"'"’er b>p impatient pull at the fifty, with stooping shoulders and a impression, which I found after
thin, selfish, crafty face.
wards to be correct. Al the time I
“Why are the blinds down, Wil
“Ah! Sir Thomas Warburton,” had no means of ascertaining, fa-
he said, holding out his long, bony on interviewing the buxom land
It is first class in every respect.
in the business kuuws just how to conduct it. 1 Meat at retail and whole- I voice. which I should not have re-| hand, which the baronet ignored; lady, I was disappointed to find
»mi at nnees
You oan buy by the quarter, less nr
prices ‘cognized; and the old servantan- ’, “it is kind of you to come and con- that Dr.. Tichelling had started that
Beef,Pork,Mutton, Sausage I »wrred,
! dolt; with us in our trouble, al- very morning for the Riviera, leav
as low as you would have to pay ranchers
I though I am rather surprised, after ing his practice in the temporary
K. A. M atthes , Proprietor.'
♦».„ jx>or young ...,
arrHfi«!“ithe rupture of the engagement. I charge of a stranger.
, It is for
! “Miss Caryl) is dead?” I asked, am afraid that there is no hope
Sir Tom came in while the good
greatly shocked, 1 saw that the that this is a trance, as I heard lady was gossipping about the af
young barbnet was trying to frame
nmeiyou suggest. Dr Tichelling’8 de fair, and I could see by her face
the question and could not. ’__
niRtnn is verv
that he hid received some news.
old man look'd at him, not me.
The young man was in no mood
“W omen are strange creatures,-’
when he answered:
to answer quietv. His indignation he said, as soon as we were alone
“Yes, sir. She died on Tuesday had been raised to boiling uoint,
“Well, what have you heard,” I
I morning and is to be buried tomor and quite regardless of mv warn
ing glance, he blurted out the fact
“Only what the shock was which
"Where is—Miss Cars 11? In her which I would I rather have k«-ptlSent Dessie into her trance. Dal-
ro >m?” asked Sir Tom, quietly, and concealed
I linger said a great emotional shock
I is the whole stay
we both glanced at his face, won-
"It is no use arguing about it,” I ,nighl
R and’Matilda Grendall’»
et Imitatine trade I
mark* a»4 laSaSe. |
<1 ring whether his anxi»ty had1 he said, hotly. “Decima shall not
confession makes’ine feel more sure
m ide him daz»-d and unable to un |)e |Jlirjpd till she has been ^een bv
than ever that my darling is not
able to understand.
! a specialist. T We
”" will telegraph for .¿¿¿j
“Miss Crtryll’a body,” said the Dallinger at otic?. He is sure to
‘‘Miss Grendall has made a con
old servant, “is in the riann that come tonight when he knows ”
fession then?” I sa-id.* I «a-< an
was her bedroom, Sir Tom,” and
Iff n2r1r2(TPC COrtS nomorc than Other package soda—«ever spoils
He put his arm in mine abruptly noyed. after I had thrown my heart
111 pOUlyu^ vD. flour—universally acknowledged purest io the world.
he stepped aside, as without anoth- as he spoke, and marched me to
wo-d the poor fellow walked’past wards the door. Mr. Grendall loat so entirely into his trouble, to find
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the baroqet inclined ip be reticent.
• him into tin* house and began to his B'-lfcont ol for the first time
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, “She wa3 more, less hysterical,
locei.d the broad etairca-e. I stood
"I shall not insult Dr. Tichelling . so perhaps I ought to keep her con-
(ill the ball, wondering whether I by alowing any other physician to | ^Ton“^ mysriL
he said, in a
ought to follow him. mv mind di see the corpse,” he said, raising his
ended my in
vided between respect for his great voice after us: but Sir Tom ignored
grief and anxiety for its effects up him completely. 1 fell rather un- quiries if I had not been so suspi
cious ot the young lady’s, motives.
/‘Now that they are pitting their
I'oevery |»erson send-| "It does not seem right that he
against ours, I think we ou"ht
i I II A .
° should not have be*n told, does it,
will try any tricks while we are to show no quarter,’’ I said. “We
one yearly subscription to The II kkai . ii together with ten «•••nt« extra, sir?” said Wilson, when he was away?”’I
I found ' ' that. ought to search together fora mo-
we will send free a copy of The World Almanac for 1M95. Single copies «»»««• “If he had not happened
my friend had imagined the possi live in every action and word of the
nn*y l»r orde-ed at this otlice for 2o cents
. to come down today, the poor young
Grendalls, father or daughter.”
mistress would have been buried bility.
without his knowing a word about
ter apparei.tljy from mvself to her,
“It seems incredible that Mr
sent Decima into her room
|Grendall could have been so heart
with the direct intention of letting
less,’ I sai»l. "Sir Tom is the first
see it on her desk. It was just
man in 'he world who ought to I
in front of the desk that mv poor
have been told.”
wa* found lying,”
“So I thought, sir,” agreed the
old man. “and 1 .»aid as much tot
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blood, se-of jla, salt rheum, r hen mat I*™,
ccHitk»ie tn that tffreL tu/**‘** ••Iked ’»ver —
the - Angel
- P eaUrra, nervaoasrav, sle pteMneas, and
avoid an inqoevt. 1 We found het ln”’ th* I’""*? Hille tavern where!
That Tired Feeling.
Hood‘a BeMuarUla purifies, vital
iti Mias Grvudall’a twin -quit,- dead ( " •’’burton had stayed when he
I Brat made Decima Caryll’s acquain- and ea.'iches the blood. Therefore, it '•»
imi Tut e lar Horning. lying juvt iu
the medicine for you.
t a tree
made a prrieftce of
It will give you pure, rich, red blood
and Strong ti--rve».
Ae hr waa »peaking. Sir Tom
It will overt.»me that tired feellnt-
hinitrlf eaiue down eta ire, hie free ll there was a knock »( the door of errata aa anpeU.a. y* »• refreehiag sleep
and make you ilrvnt.
H us H«1. hie ewe burning with ex otd-faehioned inn parlor, where we
w»rw sitting, and the hoe teas of the
"h is a trance. I am sure that Angel announced that Miaa* Rren-
fnmt wf her writing labU."
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
it ie a tranoe,” all a quiver with a dall aiahwi to apeak to Sir Tom
fever of b<q>e and fear and indigna privately outride.
|Uon. aiid that li-nd would have
-Be careful what you tell her.”
Prom meat ly in the public eye today__
pul her under the ground and I *a*d
‘If ahe is as scheming as