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ferocity that no one dared come near to speak with her. She kept entirely to herself. The curiosity of the neighbours was aroused. They knew she was very poor, for her clothes were wretched. She went out every morning at six and did not. return till night; but they could not even find out how shce earned her living. They urged a policeman who lived in the house to make inquiries.
" As long as she doesn't break the peace, I have nothing to do with her," said he.
But in Seville scandal travels quickly and in a few days a mason who lived in an upper room brought the news that a friend in Triana knew her story. La Cachirra had only come out of prison one month before, and she had spent seven years there-for murder. She had lodged in a house in Triana, but the children, finding out what had happened, threw stones at her and called her names; and she, turning upon them with foul words and with blows, had filled the whole place with such tumult that the landlord gave her notice. Cursing him and all who had turned her out, La Cachirra one morning suddenly disappeared.
" And whom did she murder?" asked Rosalia.
" They say it was her lover," replied the mason.
" She can never have had one," said Rosalia, with a laugh of scorn.
" Santa Maria!" cried Pilar, her mother, "I hope she won't kill any of us. I said she looked like a murderessl"
Rosalia, shivering, crossed herself. At that moment La Cachirra came in from her day's work and a sudden oppression fell upon the talkers. They made a movement as if to huddlr together and looked nervously at the wild-eyed woman. She seemed to see something ominous in their silence and gave them a rapid, suspicious glance. The policeman, to make conversation, bade her good-evening.
" Buena sera," she replied, with a scowl, and, passing quickly into her room, slammed the door.
They heard her lock it. The evil, sullen eyes had cast a

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