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SCHEDULE OF EXPENDITURES.
managed to speak at last
Caryll is anxious to beg your for-
“Alive?” he asked, trembling giveness. I hurried back immedi-
Front Vickcr■ FfreiMe Companion.
Amount of claims presented, filed and recorded, as by law required
more than ever, and Dallinger nod- ¡ntely, and since there was no fur
term < r
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of cant. <n, rang the bell. County
..... . Court,
1 lher need ----------
By J. H. HE8CLTINK.
! "Alive and well, and anxious to To tell the truth, I was rather nerv
aji ’ t claimed am ’ t ALLOWED
I 7 00
“Thank heaven! we have sue I
W H Caldwell serving subpoena in case State vs
ceeded.' whispered Sir Tom in my,
ear, and the next moment we were I^et us get out of this musty hole.' “I am afraid it would have made Geo G Barnard blanks for Co.-.................................
groping our way towards the spot and I can tell you all about it. IJ n,e kill Grendall. »aid Sir Tom, Bong Gee washing for Co jail...................................
where the light shone faintly. Butl,uPP°8H tLat yon 1 owe a hundred 1 w*th a great sigh of relief, "if he Ross E Morris <fc Co coat bills, inventory etc for
liefore we reached it a new turn Apologies to Mr. Grendall, although had not beon able to produce the
was given to the drama, by the sud I am afiaid that he did ignore the
Chas Anderson board and washing for Joel Howard
den, violent ringing of a bell, which possibility of a trance in his eager what is in that coffer?”
Dallinger, who is not omniscient, , A Gittings money advanced to plff’s atty indigent
ness to inherit the Abbey.”
reaounded through the house.
Dailinger’s story of the affair, I Lad to confess his ignorance.
“Ihat must la* Dallinger.” said
appearance in U. S. court
Sir Tom, to me, in his natural which we heard in the room wh’ch1 1 he Carvll heirlo >ms and other Mrs Chas Anderson attendance on Mrs Jordan, in-
20 00 Disallowed
voice; -lie has just eome 1n time. still contained Decima's coffin, in . | valuables w hich the coffer contain-
Let him in, Wilson.”
creased even mv faith in his astute-
a devoted ! wedding dav, and their presence 1 e \ a is consi j .
As he spoke, the figure of Gren news • «nd made Sir Tom
1 i* uevoteu
11 i Joe Morns serving summons Stenger vs Gittings..
dall reappeared at the secret door, admirer of the great doctor for life. 1 was explained by the paper winch jf)e [)rjce witness and mileage “
“The idea of Grendall secreting ' OH ver Grendall was reading when' m E Benson “
and his uplifted candle threw its
light on Warburton
\\ ar burton ’s face and mine. I Die dody w-emed to me absurd from I we interrupted him in his stud.» TA McKinnon 3 days surveying Burns and Silvies
20 40 Continued
and I had to
Gilson, true to his lifelong habit of ibe
Die first,” he said,
to 1,1 waH a message from her dead
3 “ viewer
obedience, had disappeared to obey form some other hypothesis for the | hither, who had prepared this sur- ■ John Worlow 3 “
•Sir Tom’s orders.
| Jisap|>earance. It was suggested ! Pr’W} as a wedding present to re- I) M McMenamy 3 davs “
Greudall’s mean face was filled ! hy the letter whirly according to ,n*nd her of the parent who had Thus Lofton
3 “ chain bearer
with absolute terror.
! Miss Grtndall, caused the young loved her, and whom death' was Willie McKinnon3
in a quavering voice of fear; and he Mis* Grendall forged in order to
ing fund 250 Oo
"The estate that leave you will Chas Anderson bond for Frank Smith while
made an attempt to close the door. separate you, Sir Tom, from your
behind him. But Sir Tom was too fiancee, you were supposed to in have become a matter-of-course to
quick for him, und in another mo form Miss Grendall that your heart ( my little girl long before she realizes- Louis Racine house rent for holding inquest of S H
ment h II in darkness, while the two was really hers, but that the patenti it
’ as a iiift from me.” he had writ-'
•trugglial together. The candle fact of Miss Carvll’ devotion to you ( ten “I have saved up one present
Julv term and Sept term
had fallen and gone out.
I had made you conquer your own that will come fresh from my hand Frank Jordan witness fee State vs John and Will
I struggled, with trembling fin- 1 feilings through pity and self inter ..land make her think of the father
‘10 loved her.”
gers, to find my matches, but was'****1’ u"d you [were supposed to Inq
It was Oliver Greudall’s greed i Fred Otley
far too excited to strike one until ’ -'Dss Grendall’» forgiveness, and
C. E K enyon , Clerk.
Warburton's vqice, co 4 and author- Insure her that only the hofs-k-ss-1 a,,d curiosity, of course, which
By R. E H embree , Deputy.
i ness of gttning her love had made made him wait only until the
itativs, calmed me a little,
"1 have him safe,” lie said, “For | y°u offer y°ur hand but not your household was asleep before find-'
heaveu’s sake, strike a light and heart to the heiress. It was a cun ing the secret chamber described in
MM where Deci in a ia,”
ningly devised b it r. as was the the dead man's message.
I obeyed at once, finding myself, plan by which the young person ' Lady Tom’s eyes were full of
when the match flared up, in a made Miss Curvll read it apparent I tears when she read it, and again
To every pert-on send-
email, musty chamber, not six feet ly without intending her to do so. when the coffer was opened, with
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'ng us the amount o
»ijiiare, which contained nothing' “Since your fiancee never doubt- all its wealth of jewelry and valua UULil
erald together with ten cents extrr^
but one massive looking oak cotter, l
That you hud reallv written it, ble ornaments.
we will send free a copy of The World Almanac for 1895. Single copies
which almost filled it. If MissLvo" can understand the shock it
"To think that oave slept in that
may be ordered at this office for 25 eents.
< aryll s body had been placed in it (Caused her, and the determination room so long, at d never dreamed
there was little hope now that she I which sho made when she recover of the coffer's existence.’’ she said
could be »live, and the thought that1 ed from her trance to "land no more to her husband. " It contains by
we had auoceeded tup late, filled me iu the way of your supposed happi- far my most naluable wedding pres
with a sickening horror The next neon. Better, »he »aid to herself. |e,,t- »>
moment, it seeiued to me, Bit Tom with noble unselushness, that every I “Ye»," said Sir Tern; “but the
und Dr. Dillinger were standing body should think her dead
coffer contains nothing so valuable
behind me. I »uppoee that Gren 1 “It was the first thought tbit w- | as 1 thought it did when I saw it
’• r “ G t, and he gazed admiringly in I
dall had la-en left in the charge of curreil to her when sin- woke to find h
M ilaon, who had just left the brum herself in her coffin She was very *•’ hi» wile’s adoring eyes.
weak, of course, and only Mary*
[ tiie end ]
Ike Uaromt's h q»e did not s.-viu Augard heard her cry It was that !
The Ceit Reference
Vet to have deserted him
faithful young person that fed and
A Volume of cvï .; ¿C? pa^us
“Open the box quick, for began
to I the village, and placed the lid on!
It Treats 1,400 topics
sake!' he said; and he
Endorsed by STATESMEN,
tug madly and vainly at the pad- the coffin, in the hopes that notiody
lin ked lid,
' would take the trouble to remove
“The key! the key!" he shouted,
___ ri it before the _______
funeral. As vou said.
fran'io with hope and fear. “
Make; Mary Augard is devoted to her!
to the pmo*
Has Reached Such a State of Per
t t.. riti.rtuk.-w nt »V -it ioti
Grendall give you the key. w ”
. mistress, and she has a remarkable*
fection That It is a Veritable
r : l... J rw w hi »if month.
w k > • i h
r \ i hn r*
Dallinger laid his baud restrain- power of keeping a secret for so I
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o.'jvct vf this of*
iagly on bis arm.
tics and Events Brought Hewn
1 young a girl Although I suspect i
'■'•u.'wtirt* p<*rMin< ••
Iva tu» n of ih I
to January First, 1895.
”Whv open the bus at all?” he ' <*d what bad happened, after baar- I
• i a" ta ne tro «
tuv lot'i ikia.
HE 1895 volume is a whole library
asked quietly; and the barontt itig of the letter, I could not induce I
in.it*elf. One can hardly think
turned upon him furiously.
In-r to confess a word of it, and I
F the Siiiipi
it cannot answer. It tell?
1km t you see that lie must have was oblttfsd to find out from the
i rividi Invert
platforms, election sta- ‘ t
hidden Decima there,” he said, other servants who was the most I
» hat ¥¡21.1 For
tistics, the new tariff, religions of the
hoarsely; and the physician sle-ok likely person to whom M.«» Carvll'
earth, population everywhere, state and
would naturally go, if mv su.»posi-l
government statistics, occupations of
I fiat is quite impossible, Sir tions were correct Mv g*i s« turn- j
men, foreign matters, literature, science >1
l orn See, you can tell by the cob ed out a right one She went loan
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It is . . .
welw that the coffer has not bean old nurse of here al Br.-ndi h, at
opened tor years,” The fact was whose house 1 found her when 1 *
•o apparent that even Warburton left you.”
"Hut why did you not tell me’
"And l<eside»,” said Gallinger, as where vou w« re going*“ asked Sir I 1 THE PRESS GLf.iy.3C}. f
postpaid by mail,
P*ltlR W. Avirvlt. O«». Vw .
.quietly as U-fvre, "I have another Tom. excitedly, and Dallinger
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reason for knowing that .Mi»» Cpr- smiled hi* quiet smile.
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the»».W I • I never like to raise false hopes.
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Sir Tom »laird afhim, trembling and von bad a due of your ow7~to ■ «» »
all over, hut unable to »peak
follow up lb*»ides, I th.Kight it I
’ What reaauoF 1 a»k«d for him pussihlr that a complet» stranger
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“Decause the lady to at preerut might have » greater chance of dro-
•laytug with in old nuroe of Hera pdhug U m * young ladv*» dounts of
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