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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1901.
GEL IT SAVED II 1 S IFF CnpfcZn BsnrJaEI CZoso to Dsath's Boor But Was Saved Esy. Rcsc) M:s hern :s3fa!e Story: After CO years ox a nciAnrmg life I found myself v;ilk astubloin cue of Dyspepsia that gave mono peace night or day. I foolishly used Jamaica Ginger because of the temporary relief. Then I tried Fair child's l'er'hij rvd I tried Doctors, but all to no avail. I saw Mnnyon's Paw Paw advertised ami 1 thought I would try a bottle. It gave me relief immediately; k much bo that I kept on, and -when I had taken a half dozen bottles I knew that I was cured. I believe it saved and will prolong my life, (Signed) WM. M. RANDALL, Tisbury, Vineyard Haven, Mass. Captain llandall is now a member of the firm of Randall & Cromwell, largest deal ers in anchors, chains and other ehip sup plies in New England. He will gladly answer any inquiries as to the above. Professor Munyon especially aks every weak and debilitated person to try his Paw Paw Remedy. He says it makes old folks feel young and weak folks feel srong That it will take away all need and desire for alcoholic stimulants. Al coholic drinks lift you but let you fall. Paw Taw lifts and holds you; it gives ex hilaration without intoxication. Sold by all druercists. Large bottle $1. Paw Paw Laxative Pills, 25c a bottle. S5 $33 "My fnthprhad been a sufferer from sic'n headache for the last twenty-five years and never found any relief until lie begun taking your Oasoaretn. Since lie lins bet'iin taking Cnsearets lie lias never hud the headache. They have entirely cured him. Cnscarr ts do what yon recommend them to do. I will pivo yon the privilege of usinj; liis name.1' E.M. Li.Usoa, li:s) BesiucrSit., W.Iaciiauapolis.Ind, Best For Tho Dowels Vs3 ti wi Mir i jr k.J Plei-i'nt. Pa'-f;. !,-.. IV.t.-i.f , Tat O-v .1. T)a fJyyl, ICe vi t , i' ' - ;i , '.' a ,. -- r. or ' r; . . r . ,.w-. X -r I1 in Tl..? w -iiiiii..' ...- --u.i i.cu. C C U. 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Meats stoves or f nrsaces : burns ertvla oll;o lit HtK.E. Wrltettntlwiiai JIIr. Co, Uor il, iew lork, K. . Have your carpets taken up, cleaned and laid by the Monarch Laundry. i!furciuN.d 1 cm n yum h mvJrWlflk m 2 L23 LlVw l rilfT l 1 1 1 I ml in l li 1 1 1 in II ill 1 "-fJlTM fit! I 1 A E Copyright, 1C03, by Charles W. Ilooke (Continued.) A crowd was collecting. Kelvin uud Thorndyke had stoiped and were in terested spectators. I caught a, glimpse of Donald out of the corner of my and saw that ho was pale with some strong emotion, which I judged to be wratn. inouuii it was really mere mis- ; cry, as I after ward learned. I "Why don't you go on?" said he to Gillespie. "Tell what you know here j and now." "Tomorrow will do," said the detec tive, beginning to descend the .steps. "Tomorrow I'll come to see you at your oftice, Mr. Harrington." "I shan't be there," said I. "Then I'll find you over to the Junc tion," he rejoined. "Oh, I shan't have any trouble in keeping track of you tomorrow." Donald stepped forward into the man's path. I saw that some unusual impulse was upon the boy, and it af fected me with a peculiar thrill. I had often seen him show the same aspect, but never with such intensity. "Frank Gillespie," said he, "if you have anything to say upon this mat ter speak iiuw. Tomorrow will be too late. If you wait till then, I warn you that you will not speak at all. Now is your time, and there is no other." lie extended his right hand and touched Gille: ;'ie upon the breast over the heart. lie has declared since then that the gesture was entirely acciden tal, that he was wholly unaware of it. And I think iii::i is oiic of the strongest points in the case. As to the immediate effect of his words and manner, I never saw the like. There was such a silence that it seemed as if the whole town of Tun bridge had stopped to take its breath. In certain moments Donald undoubt edly exercises an influence upon those about him which has no rational ex planation. Gillespie put up his hand and cov ered the spot which Donald had touched. "Hocus poeus!" he cried somewhat hoarsely. "I'll attend to your case to morrow." lie brushed past Donald and unhitch ed the horse with so much nervous bus tle that the animal was irritated and started just as Gillespie bail a foot up on the step of the buggy. The man jerked the reins with his right hand, slipped r.; on iiic .-lep and turned about so that he '.'.as thrown against the hitching pout, the iron ball upon the top of it striking him with considerable force upon the breast. The horse stop ped, and Giih spie tottered back against a wheel of the buggy. His face was very white and somewhat contorted. Such was my state of nervous and superstitious apprehension that I ex pected to see the man fall dead, though in ordinary circumstances 1 should not have feared a serious result from the accident. I'vidently I was not alone in my alarm, for a strangely suppressed and inarticulate cry went up from the group u; it; the sidewalk, and several men si;-;. pod forward to assist Gilles-p;.-. lie recovered himself, however, without help, climbed into his carriage, this time with sui'Iicient care, and drove away. "Donald," said I in his ear, "what did you mean V" "Mean?" he repented as if dazed. "Nothing at all except that I wanted him to speak. I wish to heaven he could have exposed me right there in the public street." "Well, my boy," said I, "if anything happens to Mr. Gillespie after what you told him just now you may be ex posed by the recording angel, and it will have no effect in Tunbridge." CHATTER XVI. Tllli FATE OF A THAITOll. THE next morning Donaldson and I went over to the Junc tion on the early train. There were three or four stockhold ers over there to whom we wished to say a final word, though, in our opin ion, the election was as good as over. I experienced a great relief and, as sometimes happens, was the better able to realize how great would have been my bitterness of spirit if Kelvin had won the light. I had various errands here and there tn the Junction and was separated from Donaldson for some hours. We met about noon in front of the busi ness block in which the office of the branch is located. My first glimpse of Donaldson showed me that some thing was wrong. "I've just had a telephone message from Archer," he said. "He tells me that he can't find Iiunn." "Can't find him?" I echoed. "Hasn't he been at the office?" "No. And that isn't the worst of it," he replied. "Archer has sent up to, Mrs. Stewart's," Dunn's boarding place, "and it seems that he wasn't there last night." "Good heavens!" I exclaimed. "Can he have gone out on one of those long evening walks of his and fallen dead in an out of the way place? I don't mean to be heartless, Donaldson, but you know what this means to us." "It means destruction," said he. I "That's the name of it." Being a True Record and Explanation of the Seven Mysteries Now Associated With His Name In the Public Mind, and of in Eighth, Which Is the Key of the Seven IP By HOWARD FIELDING "Do you remember," said I, "that when Don was talking to Jim Bunn the other day he seemed to get an im pression that this vote would be a hundred shares short? Can that have been a vague hint that something was going to happen to Dunn?" "I tried to get the boy by telephone," answered Donaldson. "Jjorothy doesn't know where he is. Nobody knows." "I wish we had him here," said I. Upon a chance 1 went to a public telephone and called up the office, but I got no word of any one, Archer, Bunn nor Donald. I had a curious experi ence with crossed wires, however, in the course of which I heard Kelvin's voice for a few minutes and made out that he was trying to get communica tion with Gillespie. It came to me then to wonder whether that rascal had spirited Bunn away. It was a trick that I did not believe Kelvin would stick at. Donaldson and I were entirely help less. We had io rely upon Archer, for we could not get to Tnn'aklge and back before t lie time set f;:r the meet ing, and so, as there was nothing Let ter to do. we had a morsel of dinner. Shortly before "J o'clock Archer ar rived in a pi'.iable state of excitement. "What si. all we dor" he cried as soon as h" was wilhin speaking distance. "Without r.r.'::i we're lost, and I can got no ti .ee of the man. I've got all Tun! rhT; o hunting l;r him. We must hold up tiie meeting as long as we ca u." There were about a dozen of the stockholders in the room when we three entered. Thorndyke was there, and I immediately perceived that he was very restless. I could not get him into conversation. lie sat in a corner of a window seat in the attitude of a man with the stomach ache and drum med upon the Uoor with one foot, a habit that especially distresses me. Presently the meeting was called to order by a little dummy who acts as president of the company because more important men do not want the office. Some reports were read, and then, un der the rules, it became necessary to proceed to the election of a board of directors. I had a little scheme for holding back the voir, but it was not necessary to spring it immediately. Meanwhile the proxie s wc re passed upon in the usual way. and tellers were appointed, one from-each party. They were Donaldson and a man named Al vi n Green, a small stockholder who had gone entirely over to the Kelvin party, although he owed i.is stock and every thing else which he had in the world to me. There were two tickets that is, two lists of men named for directors. The lists we're printed and were entitleel Ticket ,N'o. 1 and Ticket No. 2. Ours was No. 1. I was about to begin my tactics for delay when there was a loud knocking at the door. -which was lockeel. We all jumped up from o n- places around the long table except Thorndyke, who had maintained his scat in the window throughout the proceedings and diel not stir at t lie nois . The deor was opened, and Jim Bunn .stalked into the room, with the air of a crazy man. 1 cast one look at him and ilit n turnee! toward Kelvin. My enemy had seized upon Archer, who happened to be nearest to him, and had dragged him into a corner. I judged that Kelvin was protesting upon one ground or another against the a el mis sion of Bum's vote, but I could not hear v.-hat was said. So I turned to Ilu;:;i. "Weil, Jim," stiid I. "where have you been?" "Wait," said he, sneaking "like a man in a trance. "Wait. I'm here to vote." "That's what we're all here for," I responded, "and the sooner the better." Quiet was restored, and the voting began, the ballots being droppetl into a hat. When all had been collected, the tellers took them to a little table in the corner and proceeded to make the count. I glanced across at Donaldson and saw instantly that he had encoun tered a most unpleasant surprise. In great uneasiness I turned to Carl. He was gnawing his fingers. Bunn sat rigid in a chair, his head thrust for wartl, his eyes staring. I began to feel a dire isolation. These men seemed to know something of which I was ignorant. The perspira tion started from my face. I would have given much for a gift of prophecy to anticipate the events of the next few minutes, and this wish naturally suggested Donald. I took from my pocket the envelope which contained his prediction and turned it nervously In my fingers. Curiosity overcame me, I broke the seal and reaii, with great surprise, this line: "The Harrington ticket will win by 300 majority." Whfle I was vainly trying to make this result fit tlu? mathematical nnssi- , bilities, I heard the tellers rise from their table. Donaldson handed a slip of paper to the secretary of the com pany, who read as follows: 1 "All ballots are straight. No. 1 ticket has received the preferences of the holders of 5,150 shares. No. 2 ticket has received the preferences of the holders of 4,850 shares. No. 1 ticket is therefore elected" "Here!" cried Kelvin. "There's some mistake about this. We'll verify those ballots." I expected a reply from Donaldson but he had crossed to the end of the table where Carl was sitting. : I fol lowed and touched him on the shoul der. . .; v-. : :r ,. . "How the dickens did we feet such a result as that?" I asked. "Thorn dyke must have voted for us and Bunn against us." "Thorndyke voted for us," said Don aldson, "and Bunn voted for us. This man voted against us." "Carl!" I exclaimed. "Impossible!" "My son tried to warn me of this long ago," said Donaldson, "and I would not hear him." "It is a matter of business." said Carl harshly. "I am a stockholder of this company. I vote as my interest dictates." "Thorndyke," cried Donaldson, seiz ing the man's arm as he was passing, "did my son know how you were going to vote?" "Well, to be frank with you " replied Thorndyke, "your son is responsible for it. I had thought that 1 saw my interest clear to vote with the other party, but at a late hour last eve i ing your son came to my house with Mr. Bunn, and I then learned what an Infernally crooked game this man Kel vin has been playing. Between us, gentlemen, and to use the slang of the day, I couldn't stand for it." "Why didn't you lift the weight from our minds by telling us this?" I demanded. "Young Mr. Donaldson desired that I should say nothing," was the reply, "and I seemed to see his point." For the first time In his life Thorn dyke hael kept a secret. "Don't you understand?" saiel Don aldson. "Archer, Archer! He's the man whom my son was fighting against. If Bunn hael stayed away, Archer would have votod with us, and we'd have lost the election just the same, supposing that Thorndyke had not changed his mind. But with Bunn here to vote for us and Thorndyke supposetlly safe for the Kelvin party. Archer's vote would turn the scale, and it could be turned in no other tcay. Kelvin would force him to cast it. Donald has foreseen this a long time. It was the only way to unmask this man completely." "Unmask, eh?" cried Carl. "Well, I'll do a little unmasking. Kelvin, Where's that man Gillespie?" "Come away!" grow' led Kelvin. "You're making a fool of yourself. It's all over." "No; not quite," said Carl. "Jim Bunn. answer me this: Who stole that money? Who got the $40.00-)? You know. Is this the man?" He struck Donaldson roughly on the shoulder. "No," answered Bunn almost in a whisper. "You'll get no lies from me. I am the man." Carl's hands tlroppcd to his sirles. "Are you are you such a d d fool as that? Go to state's prison, then, if you want to and die in a cage like a rat." Bunn shrank away as if he had re ceived a blow in the face, while Archer turned on his heel and walked out of the room, followed by Kelvin. "He has played the game too hard," said Donaldson. "The strain has smash ed his wits." ' "Upon my word." said I, "I don't quite see what his game was." "Power!" answered Bunn. "Kelvin's control of this road wwutd have forced your business into the trust. You would have made the best tortus you could and would have retired from ac tive management. Kelvin promised A rcht r that he should have the whip hand of everything i:-ri', and you can see what that would have meant for Donaldson. As for me, they had me in a trap." (To be Continued.) 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Wayne county, and the State of Indiana, the following de scribed real estate: The eastern division of lot No. eight (8) In bkxk No. three 3, west of the canal and soutli of the National road, In Cam bridge City, being twenty ("JOl feet in fiont on said National roau, and bounded as fol lows: on the west by a line running south from sftid National road twenty (ij) feet west of the northeast corner of said lot No. eight () aforesaid, and parallel with Foote street for a distance of ninety (W feet: thence east parallel with the south line of said lot to Canal street; thence north along the west Hue of Canal street to the north east corn r of said lot number eight (S; thence west along the National road on the north side of lot No. eight (8) for a distance of twenty UM feet to the place of beginning, together with all improvements situated t hereon, to the highest and best bidder on the following terms, to-wit: For not les than two-thirds of its appraised value; one third of the purchase money shall be paid cash in hand, and one-third in six (6) months, and one-third in twelve (12 months from date of sale, with six 6 per eent. Interest from date, with sufficient per sonal securltv. Or, the purchaser may pay his entire bfd in cash. The property is ap praised at 12,600.00. Said sale shall be sub ject to the approval of said court. 1IOWAUDCALE. ll-2t Commissioner J 2 1 ;A.