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Shenango Valley News, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1882, Greenville, Pennsylvania VALLEY Published Srery TERMS IB tire TAI AtoM fiva alU and and a Tba will M M it ef i tro it Z three tt HUM Mill ef C Kl Packard TSl YALLEY Our all it ERICAS A QUESTION OF fr VALLEY NEW JOB IMC F M U tha wWi M tar Im M Umir who is i nay Where Erica Sharp and clear came Ilie voice from the speaking in the polished ac cents of gentle birth and and a thin white hand was put and drew aside the and the large so bright peered out into the second Ilk h It 11 A IM nil tk U ml meeting urrt i iil ii t id ul I SHb 11 H it ng A iii inner MM an the Miss Ericas just gone to take a bit o she firmly but putting the hand that clutched hersback under the bed What dvou want her for leave but tor for thy salvatio she is Arnold aint said the lies been sent just She passed back into the inner cham where a light was dickering in the damp sea that blew in at tlie open LOG la w F N A fim bird MI n mint H CO f Ji i tvery evening viM WIT If I IB nARf of In oust ai K iu Of fY rrW v thirl K of A Itn OM Killow It the straying i f on that young girls young for she seemed scarcely more than slender of exquisitely graceful in perfect and repose of hef is softly and quietly lay on tin grave brow an sorrowful shade that told of nights of of constant pressing honor him all without the cost to or others to suffer misery in his place L and and then t can die H awe on her a a iu coin ing so densely willi smothered words me Not vou would last me I n flint do that yi bind me I am 1 f of the love yon say you ear soul is in yon not pu me out of that 1 may die in peace lu heavy solis came the girls excited throbs beat an on ly something that ftf hef with strong cords hand and looL Then she lifted her and slou l in measured accents repeated the terri ble words that bound her to shield Ai from all in honor of the cosl to Ami find kriHt oil clenched and the wonf in back a long sigh taul Waited foe bur Ull under the white as they the over the smooth g rocks that lav farther away beyond the limits of the straggling village of and backwards atiU for as I tv Jem mid Mm ft that Ura te w yrw knoW j Thats the Ififf its our Miss Krica as is wife I said with a protracted on the o that expressed Miss Oos the the man awn that lull and with a grace i The even of these were hi their as Wimely apart Lord many DoW saij I its him J saif looks M every H Jem mused in fAr iV then humped Krica dear old Nat The shingles scattered far UHf and down till shelving beach comes a lithe whose every is Her soft hair is Hying her r eyes bright with glad Nhe lays her two bare gleams the golden circlet into his uncouth face youd be down and 1 got the and all so youre I ax never mind said coloring a little Miss you good of yon to get the boat dear old it and seated f in the elbows on and her chin on lier looking up bean eyes which have never inw of I hey a And now that tin of this renewal of old ac H the gayety and yet whose lives o lie and each brief moment piat reach the boit the with one sweeping PUIN An mm win glance taking the the shrewd Hie mouth of the more ui that one glance than Nat renter could read in the longer of Hut inward impression of was John with a courteous of his the of and then with Mi every to all deeming them in my cism mere There was only one being I my brother though for him I was set and that is because he is weak and clings to me as the ivy to the Will his love I such as it is To PASSION CUPIDITY IB OF A If MB 1 for lie with the sea and an old said Nal iw and Miss old I mean Hf axe your Im so used to call her Miss 1 dont know art flow J shall ever get to call her aught A slight With n half yH lighting up face for a moment with singular fall her what you a close Is this your boat I pot il ready for Shed like to such a line sir The girl glanced into Philips face with nude seconding of that request tint she did not ask it in he seemed to read liet Hint smiled tuvA lint ask he Yon are happy off the you lake an h A TALE OF LIFE IM NEW Dr MA JOB I did lief on mind and lassie said looking said pulling ffrf it does Wof M nice to sec you Visited al tini of t he in the course of the day al stav tion and three went to but was a picturesque and delightful in which tired Londoners strength and no The t consisted prome l AITIN tirst and of month In KIE A fj rr Niw i ol Trail i jini Jiric Arrive rails If l if It do a shant W lint Either or even in sleep she was ever on iiiii for slie her dark eyes and started the hair from t What is her She wants said th nurse she called a while and seems in a for keeps about The girl slipped slim figure clad in loose white 11 glided silently into the next closing the door of and came round to the bending tenderly over the form lying she 1 aril I you are here you are my mother and a sigh ol satisfaction Kneel and listen to Wondering a and fearing that ber knelt beside lie inher am clasp the clammy haild which al ready lav heavy in in my Vernon spoke collectedly and and si strange awe crept over the girl as Bhe I am very near my death and my mind knows no rest for the fore boding that is on my spirit for Though he is not my 1 loved I do with a strength that shall endure beyond tin for his my darling Mabel put him into my arms when nhe died and bade me love him as my J have done more than I loved poor who arc m own flesh lie needed it it more Arnold i the dung vent you are strong and steadfast for and you love sin herself an of and a 1 ft 1 I 1 And so youre Miss Im answered Werent von sur who hail bought 1 was that W said Nat Hith rough fUtt tell when I know il you was tni He you going to live that is 4 ft olive in London and so 1 asked him to come I expect you haven I nought but said and Krica miled and looked off to and nearly a hut in we have been W ifp id Ilie told he must Was that Mean Jo inst nought a his hat as I see this the wit li a no or whiskers That was my Krica mid smiled and looked thong a few families lived in those tiiresijuelooking houses perched up on i MIP only one man who fitio W fluff to a of the few cared for Sometimes he went out HW sometimes lie did a and sometimes he was gen eral handyman lie big its were this ha lived all alone away high up the cliff thai frowned down on to the lonely on a bit of I bleak of all oni ly o which was by a rough way but as nV and in j morose sort of way iU ence the folks left Ife gets it for with knowing winks one to tin lie built the bit of a iaH near nought for the had tl Imitation j and a man not without impulses for j he never could be persuaded to take money Miss whom be had known from lie and her daughter had lived id ly eight vears lie would about anywhere iu his boat had j Icrs what do I and a her to and her with ai sort of doglike which wast perhaps softening influence of hard And when Ver lion died he was sorely grieved Miss Krica went away to some relation in and the House was shut Nearly two years had passed since Nuts joy one when passing he the till the windows and signs of life about the old was told a gentleman from London hail bought and was down to i resting her cheek on her hand nothing lo and half for she could read the shade of dissatisfaction Whats the JaM you had better put in a pair of the Poynter had dragged down close to ready to be shoved And the gave the Nymph a vig push into the and he lancing over the sparkling like a thing of and Krica baud back to him witli a What a exhilarating feel ing it gives will as Philips stroke them a little from the to feel the go otT and dance like i feather on vou seem tc cut all with earth all lie VF al light the and then slightly shook his As we carry with us eve r I scarcely think we rut willi he an al most bitterness in look then you are aid there are all of lo you asif you bad grown Vou only twentyeight and that is stern and sort proud Miss I said life I cant not be ing no I shouldnt like to cross said Nat because distant HA Ml IPS run Puur live there for a And the woman Our Miss Krica said scrub bing to think of that of a thing being She j as used to be out over rocks halt I her with her ban and her And now this particular afternoon Nat on the foot resting on the side of his which he had redecorated for 1 She had arrived the day but had not been down on the Nat thought she be coining down andj want a soell on tin sea this fine noon so he had everything as he stood hisi short and screwing up his in tlie he mused on the turn of and on the of a choking down passionate words that rushed to her utter the love she bor that who had given her the after all she earnestly and soft I v vou know how 1 love you 1 give my very life for your sake turned aside for a brie llow cruelly that love her Hut Ioi Arnolds she would prove Von would lay down your life foi she said I believe yon 1 ask you to do Hush hear I ask yon to give it me in giv ing it to Vou start No I do not as his ii future you both wish ym must be his against himself his his Arnold i id Krica my quails to of him left alone to light for himself in this dread battlefield of and arid Wan r of his protect 1 i from all whatever be the cost vou or to others She lifted her h an impassioned clasp i u the ner eyes I with the fervor of her 1 said in low t swear by all your hopes ol 1 by all yon value and hold dea iu love and protect Arnold Murray tK evil report and good k the worse for aving a temper of his said and half lint 1 youll lile she added he he Id like him for sour said Arnold Miss The gii I and Hushed suddenly i cheek and Nat noticed tins he was sharp andj and many tilings escaped It seemed for Krica to he IS lit is away you Slie and then up iiil Nats faw f think you for me I ii as he was about to reply i want YOU never to mention Arnold al all my imr lo anyone about You he doesnt even know I have a I havent told him Arnold is you you I Miss said and I wouldnt be tin one to make J wont say about Thank those simple in what humiliation and ain to to and slie looked again over thf dancing and could scarce see them for he that clouded over her with a rough instinct that HO it I was not talking of as though wif mav be folly for a was then she wist fulls Kill but I lie rested u his Ilie boat to drift under the lay on sea and Vou have no rhilip she half a few striKes before he then once more t I have thai your smile and gen cannot hill to rest none but u ambit ion for which the world in all too slow none but what my own of j give and I legacy j of Junk for a in your 1 think 1 am ou fancied I was The lifted a started look to bin and flushed to her veiv i Him answered him I never fancied other than oii If I von a very for that thut bhc us an HIK collected her and HII to witki until tUu lut ler Thru bhc to Inf t uji hor trunk for she wan thus who Jer of hif mid hurriedly hr flic tn nil her dour friend cr Minimi not culled fit fur weik for bbe hi the of oti the invitation of When liad inn open the i lour of room and wan to when noised on threshold almost with Tlir woman ulie Infore hnv mi longer the of she of IHT and her face lier lilack eyes with passion and vindictiveness IH the filet of ber she whispered in a low III who hud non to It now her an the reader will if Mot the mystery ami her into the ii pm I said I see thai yon have me If yon winil while I iui in I will kill I Kif there fhe into the i chair lai Jhe obeyed her l She lit in fear 1 while the locked her trunk mid her for leaving the Having me and veil vcr lier face she ill Hie callei Ilie r lint n in rouin Madn M III No need n come for U n i to and t I I that you nt but that wdl to your there i em until yon hear the break if tl icrc is any whom he fancied to be Miss Krica i husband that he had seen walking down for gave the Highstreet in the td from the handsome with delicate and want to go haughty stern and j wild he Us a the boatman You aint forgot jour row Nat said a voice andai fisherman up with bin Krca John roused hands in his with out moving or scarcely looking at his Heard Nat removed his pipe from mouth to blow a cloud of smoke from his herself and brightly is down in a little is a oarsman youll like to see him there coming down the hi And with a light springing down thai is all hv She scarcely knew of tny I hat feeling she liad for mingling and all her deep e had nut a since her marriage it had always been in her How should I have a Philip leaning his cheek mi his and it less to her than How should I be other than I amV I have only known what happiness is since 1 knew and thus I could ly myself to think that you really loved Krica stretched out her full of wist ful plead Yon know ii Whv were you mistrustful of meV lie had not noticed Jier ami her bauds dropped again on her I had grown to think I was never for 1 had never told yu anything of is to me to drag to oven 1 you the mood is on me I and I can I was the child of injus and you know enough of to wonder Urd I am not u rather than a man who can love J am the bn I thrust aside and punished for wrongs I had never done rebuked for what when my heart only yearned for My wishes wen thwarted at every Perhaps was my fault in J know J am haughty and thai I am dis and impatient of and I have a hundred other At school at college I made no no one liked though everybody praised me I think would have been my but that 1 chucked Fri ll ht Mve lC her c lied i d the poor if her and e rol few the carria ed the door uf M ill eil whil on the te Vi teeth with disc moment kory had been secure lutvi tlie World to her ax now her wild was tilled w itli to fee a way out of the fearful labyrinth in which had j suddenly I thinking arrived tie j and the jmi a and look her in I furs u few minutes later tie mid the truin went I on its Way to II 1 When heard Hie breakfast I hep room fully j and a was soon rolling j over the road to she arrived t here im for who idly To her she related the she had and when I iii was was admitted to the chamber of who her with Our heroine improved the few the i had luen driven from her an 1 ill that re was and in a few sins be us wull li Acting on the advice of mi id nothing her iij in relation to Mrs she
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