La Murdoj de Kadavrejo-Strato

By Edgar Allan Poe

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de la horo. La strida vocxo, laux tiu depoziciinto, estis
tiu de Italo. Certis ke ne estis tiu de Franco. Ne certis
cxu gxi estis virvocxo. Estis eble virinvocxo. Ne konis la
Italan lingvon. Ne scipovis rekoni apartajn vortojn, tamen
konvinkigxis pro la intonacio ke la parolinto estis Italo.
Konis S-rinon L. kaj sxian filinon. Tre ofte interparolis kun
ambaux. Certis ke la strida vocxo estis tiu nek de la patrino
nek de la filino.

..... ODENHEJMERO, restoraciisto. Tiu atestinto memvole
proponis sian ateston. Ne scipovante la Francan, intervjuigxis
pere de interpretisto. Denaska Amsterdamano. Preterpasis la
domon en la tempo kiam okazis la sxirkriegoj. Ili dauxris
plurajn minutojn--eble dek. Ili estis longdauxraj kaj
lauxtaj--tre hororaj kaj maltrankviligaj. Nombrigxis inter tiuj
enirintaj la domon. Konfirmis la antauxajn atestajxojn pri
cxiuj detaloj krom unu. Certis ke la strida vocxo estis tiu de
viro--tiu de Franco. Ne sukcesis rekoni la eldiritajn vortojn.
Ili estis lauxtaj kaj rapidaj--malkonstantaj--eldiritaj
versxajne ne nur pro timo sed ankaux pro kolero. La vocxo estis
rauxka--ne tiel strida kiel rauxka. Ne rajtis nomi gxin strida
vocxo. La rauxka vocxo diris ripete '_sacre_,' '_diable_' kaj
unu fojon '_mon Dieu_.'

JULIO MINJODO, bankisto de Firmao-Minjodo-kaj-Filo,
Deloreno-Strato. Estas la patro. S-rino Lespanajo havis bienon.
Malfermis konton cxe lia banko en la printempo de la jaro
.... (ok jarojn antauxe). Lasis ofte etkvantajn deponajxojn
cxe li. Eltiris nenion gxis tri tagojn antaux sia morto kiam
proprapersone sxi forprenis 4.000 frankojn. Tiun sumon la banko
pagis ormonere kaj banka komizo sxin akompanis hejmen kun la

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