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? ?tot,? ri:.? guilt or Inno ri Pi In ires he bad only SSased ? ? written by a msn who was naioua about the welfare of the woman ha lo\ed than about hi?? ? ly did he 1" r the let? ter, h idden tnt.li . is he would, they sgnii The two "absolut thing" wer?? true; but they could be int- in so ? ? not I re. Vina loubt bis particular fri? "Ah I and; and she lives ? sough, ? ' "I suspected it to 1?' the ! ?? the ? In he: "i >:, Um ?I had I I ? ly to : I at 11 A ? bui he I ] i . "?\ i said. "I i r own ? will es ? and ? with < avail ? nrn t.- your buai? neaa. and aieur." ?with - the Ku. te. H?? all, 1 II.? at? ira, and ? h- to. It wai : erj. "I "Walk ?ff< > ? littl?? ?.ilk daasaak. li. rued the V . Moor w with a blu* . ?.et. "(nu? cashiei lodged," nun inured th But he I <>f the door cut was ? and Mm??. ? ?? Mme. <. 'Uns;, small an? grse? tul. with ? ? rather ,. . compi snd Um asada and feet of a. child. Long curling *llk lashes softened th?? |. iaoej ol black ? are full, and her lenti white. She had n??t yet made her toilet,but wore a eelvei dr?nalas wrapper, which did not conceal the bass ruffles be? neath. Rut ah sa un? der the lian.Is of a ! BUT. Her hafci an ? si led andj 1 high on her forehead, and oo h\ Barren hand- of red velvet; he* black hai? area rolled In sa bnaneansj coil, and hoM by m sunatJfan gold ootnb. ?he was mslshlas;. Her beauty was so startling that the dazzled detec? tive wae ?vpefehle&K with admiration. "Well," he nnid to himself, as he ramemhered the noble, sever? beanty Of Madeleine, whom he had seen f? a hours ].r. ir young llcooo I pel loot beail \\ h fectly bon he could i". Mme. him with the most disdain? ful BUI "I his nan in a threadbare ? plain his ? lor. She hod in?. Ling them. an.I wondering ? one h.-ul dated I" OU to ? OS her ' ?et?. After Kl ' nipt, ?iftid, haughtily: "U'liat do j ou w have mi. "and While hi Upon her impatient lv tapped her little foot, ?in.l ?raited for an an? aid: %\\h\ don't you speak? What do "I ? > . ? >. then ' ? I hare in I him ? "M in a ? ? ? ? I snid .*v fi ? ? ? ? chill; her ? ? ? I ? I m hat I rich, : ? ? . : . I they ? . "Ile n or red: **Vory likely, n.. \ few ?. was fled aft.?. "Noi . ?uy that Froeper would never have stolen ?.? can mule ?"stand ainui to obtain means of bonton it . 11 ) ujn>n the WOI an lie lo\es; but Pi (iocs not love .. me." "Oh. fail I the gal? lant ? .tnforlot. ? m.?., a whi Hoi beanti! tears, book bei bond and said: "I '. whut I say. It is only loot toady to gratify my e\ ? ? >> ; what I am too well convinced that noi love me. I know what love - I was belove. ate, true heart ?*d man; and inj own Bufferings of tlie last yoai ssake me know how inis orable I must have made him bj cold return. Alas! we niu*t suffer ? feel for o?li? ars. No, ? am nothing to Prooner; be Would not care if it. then, madame, why?** "Ah. G??," interrupted Nina, "why? you willlie very wise if you cananewer nie. roi h y?t have 1 vainly sought ??ii awaOrot t.. this question, ?? mid to p..- i, ? ?\. osan, nan not anowwt k? ajid I defv \ou to do io. You can not | ? ?t th?? thoughts of a anas so oughlj master <>f himself that ??!?? thought passing in lu? mind t upon hlaeonn i have watched bias aa ??n!y h th?? aaaa upon Whom her fa'? . but it has al been In vain. He la kimi and In? dulgent; Lut he doea not betray bias? ?elf, nevi minit himaelf. Ignorant people cell *?im w< ing; I tell v?> ? that fair-hain?l man is a rod of iron painted like a ? Carried away bj the violence of her rayed ner In mosl trust. ger listening I - other than ? jriei ? ? per. ? lot. he ? if upon I a w'oman couli ? ?'II?-nt a ; ? t be ??. ? bat he " ; point. >: know t gambi Mil" .i?! : "but be is Oler. ? ? ? as he ithu he fi ? ? making ? ? ? -? the ? ? ? v\ hi ?? ? t 1 ? ly foi "W ?> mj ? ? ? ? dre? ? M a.? i'a ? is . "Come. ni?u. ? said with fe? verish in.: "Are you not in;,' with :. Fanferlot wiw p? Happily ho aJv several hit bow. rations having no hold B] sat in Pr capar. "I am at youi command, fair ; he aaid; desire it; only Dormii m??, while then? : tune, probably Lnjurj to Monsieur ?uy." 'Il U !...f \\ Si. if ' U?dng a stea his letter; we are surprising him giving him no warning." . replied : "There are ? pie who be save,! without wh: their will. I hi neper; h?? ; the man t?< let Rimarli ???? murdered! a Ithoat a withoul a word ?? !? mself Up through reckleaan? sa and deapalr." madeaui.*" katermpted the detesti ve; "Monsieur Bei has by no ?n.aus the sppesranee of a , ? ?-pair. On i think h<- ha* already Bj ?how ing yourself, when he advised you to re? main in ?. OU Will l?e very likely to make rain his moat careful Ut IO?I.S." i.?pay was aibntlv weighing the value of Fanfcrh.t'* objections. Finally khe aaid : "I ?an here in;?? without atto t?) contribute iu understand thai t! bnrna asy fe<-t 7" ? ?? nbool convinced, ber resolution ?va? shaken. Kan ferio; savi ! bat ? I mod ? ?' I ii w !.. ? wa \ , uto in w hat ni ? fer Mn ' ? the ? ? 1 love I * ? ? ? I ? 1 : ? ? ? ' ?' H ?< ?'..'? . . : up he; "Here are pen ami paper; write your r**?. m nu He ib[ : hor madame, j on can i. .... Mai ? Air? onythJ . ? .? ana 1 I Cavaillon know reoo? it was he who al pcr's letter." "He was ;. ill :. .?. Interrupt . Mm? l send for a carril : be was in a 1 one. He s? ? for a cai ti..? door and be hr.iled it "Whit I -! river, io vvtu> a deteo ti\e, "for a litt tew ho i' If she tell? you t.. drive her to (Jui Saint Michel, ? ? if she gives you a . from your ?>..', yonr harnean. ht." He - the street, and . in the door of a ? ? .?. He had not long tOWait, I:, a few minut?e .1 bim that Mine. Nil tried for the archa "Aba."' said be, | .> Ij , "1 hold her, at auy ro TO BB CONTINUED. 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This organization is one of th ?verful in the country and progress fa ? phenominal. The Grand Lodge <>: Y . his Jtu diction over all of the cities and counties in this state. rhirty m arc required to organize a p je. Th of its strongest features, but the principles are greater than anyth ? Friendship, based on Charity an 1 establish nevolence, the respectable, upright people of the state will fin 1 it a ? worthy of their heartiest support. It pays an rment and burial b res. It pays $4-od per week sick dues. The badge costing ? is the only absolutely accessary regalia. For information concerning the : m of I apply at the main office. rhe Courts of Calanthe Is the Female Department of the Order. It requires a membership of thirty persons to organize a court. Its members are pledged to exhibit Fidelity, exercise Harmony and prove Love one for the other. It pays an endowment and burial benefit of $150.00. It pays $3.00 per week sick dues. The only expense for regalia is the cost of the badge, 50 cents and a rosette, costing 2 s cents for funeral occasions. THE BANDS OF CALANTHE or Children's Department also con? stitutes a feature and persons cannot do better than to enter the little ones into this mrstic circle. The expense is nominal and the benefits all that could be expected. It pays from $1.00 to $1.50 sick dues and death benefits of from $30.09 to $40.00. If you have noPythian Lodge or Court or Band iu your neighborhood, orgrnize one. For all information concerning the Children's Department address, Mrs. ???a ?a??,??, W. M.; 120 W. Hill St., Richmond, Va, For all information concerning special rates of JOHN MITCHELL, JR?, membership in the lodges and courts, address 311 N. 4th St., Richmond, Va.