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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - August 29, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A a i a a a a a a. It. A i of a % a be Kelt periodical devoted to their eau Gish history and Rito of tile israelite i. A a f a to vol . 9. Niacin Narfi Oli iof Fri play August 9, 18g2j a. Cd an org dual i Isita Elitt ,. A a by h. Ai. Acobs t. A. A a a the author of Tho Mortera drama and of Many valuable poems or. I. M. A Foos of Gava Unah Tenn. Lias written an original and very interesting Hovel for the to Reclite which we will begin to publish Early in september. A gentlemen. Who wish to possess the whole novel should subscribe now Quot for the israelite. Milton to e won in a % a modern tale of circumstantial evidence. Chapter v. The breach wi0exs. A whee passed away and found Eugene English still a guest of the newtons but Between him and Manlius bad grown up a certain degree of coldness consequent upon the prosecution of his base purpose which Par a % pose has already been made known to the Reader. There had As Between Manlius and his guest the storm was brewing and advancing none the less surely that its pent up Light nines bad not yet been sent of their fiery a Mission that its crashing thunders had not yet Shook the heavens. Manlius had never forgotten the warning of Tho stranger and thelnore closely he studied Eugene the More reason had he tor thinking the Man was right. The selfish Ness , prominent part of in a a t a Glish he could not now perceive because it suited the purpose of the latter to lift the mask at tidies though too much of a adopt to throw it off and stand revealed in All his blackness. A so matters stood when Manlius Eugene and Julia Reni ived an invitation to a party at the House of of or. Alesander the merchant who lived on the opposite Side of the. Bridge. which had sprung up Between him and Julia Manlius resolved to forge tall and ask her to accompany him intending to learn if possible Why she had changed so to for Ned him for since the first meeting on the Day of his return be had not seen her to Converse a dts her alone having whenever her taken Eugene along atthe particular request of the latter. ,. On the evening of. The Day which he received the invitation he slipped away without being observed he repaired to Hamiltons and found Julia alone. She greeted him in a polite and. Friendly manner but seemed not a Little embarrassed and her features wore a heightened color. A a where is your Friend or. English ? Quot she asked when the usual Coni inon place a remarks of meeting had passed Between them. A a Julia Ilia a. Pursued Manlius a a you make me wretched Formy tin guarded. Words Riibe could i have been so help the so so us feeling to utter them a come Julia,, taking her hand and drawing Hor to him look up m3 Sweet Friend and forget that i have spoken ohm say that you forgive me i a it a a a Manlius Felt his face Crimson and replied with some severity a am i Only Welcome when i bring another to usurp the conversation if so say the word and will instantly go and bring my Friend or perhaps i should rather say your Friend a Manlius this is unkind of Yon a answered Julia restraining her tears by great Effort. A i inquired after or. English As was natural i should seeing you have not thought Propero late to Bonor my poor presence without him a Quot a for the very reason Liat deemed his presence necessary to make Ruine really acceptable a a Job Manlius cried Julia no longer Able to Check Ber a Moons she hid her face and wept a a Job Julia i have wounded your feelings Quot forgive me in cried Manlius forget Ting every thing but that to had spoken harshly to the girl before him. A a forgive me Lidia for speaking so in. Re a % a v or. A and toy , Mold Friend and playmate a forgive me l forgive but Julia Only wept the More. The founts of her cml had burst through their Bright cafes Obj i torment would not be starved , i do with All my heart murmured the other away by her feelings she for the More enter leaned her head upon his Manly breast and wept anew. ? there now we Are friends again Sweet Julia a friends As of old a Are we not Jal. A a Are we not a a a a a a yes old at least i Hope so a replied. The other Start us up rather hurriedly wiping her 63 is hastily and appearing a Good Deal confused and agitated. A a there has been coldness As of late a continued Manlius still retaining her hand which she now seemed inclined to with draw a a but Why know not unless a head ded seemingly struck with anew idea a unless my Inead orsome one else has abused me to wrong not your Friend with such a sus a Pinion for he is Honor a self Speaks of you in the very highest terms a a returned Jimilia quickly a a then Why this coldness a ?1 know no More than you Manlius.,�?�. A then you have really no ill feeling toward me Julia a v a toward you Manlius Tell feeling toward Yogi ? of How can you ask the question Quot v. A a said Julia. A a a a bless 3 of fair girl. A did you know to w miserable j have been thinking you were of ended a saudi for the same cause Manlius a added Julia. A Why then we have both a Cehr unhappy without a cause. Well thank heaven i we understand each other now and. there maybe no misunderstanding Hereaf-ter.�?�, a a v heaven Send i. A but of Eugene does he indeed speak of me in such High terms a a a he docs and seems Nevi weary of the subject,.Manlius he is indeed the truest of True friends a. A. A then have i wronged him most shameful a How Manlius a inquired Julia with a a in thought. I have been jealous of his attentions to you and often fancied he was playing to false that he was seeking by Siy niemans and base to estrange a then you have wronged him for never heard i Friend extol Friend As Eugene English extols Manlius Newton. Indeed i sometimes Felt i could love him for the a words be uttered.�?�. A a love him Julia a a repeated Manlius a Little coldly pruetting that of that love was Praise of himself and that consequently to must be the Foremost Lff object in the heart of her he addressed a a did you say you love him,.Julia? a a i used the Teim,.but perhaps wrongly a replied Julia blushing a esteem it maybe had been the better a esteem in such cases easily ripens into love Quot replied Manlius a better to Sethe expression at ,. A a you Mista Kenie a said Julia hastily and with confusion. R. Well Nomad Terry let that pass we will not quarrel on Mere terms a a a Quot let us not quarrel on any terms a said Julia. A. A a. A / a be it so with All my. Heart. So you feel much esteem for Eugene he a a was your Friend Yeko a r j. A a nay put not thereupon Libity one a do % you esteem him for Bieselt a since you prefer that word to love.�?�. A a these questions asked in such a Way and tone 7�?� inquired Juba a a to you done Twisda to answer them no matter v a a now Manlius you grow unkind again Lull a As if refuse to answer whatever . Ask. Yes i do .esteemmc.englibb, a for Hini self to look upon him As a Nevo Lebec High a minded Noble hearted gentle to Etc a a i a r v a v. A a a a a a a a a a Bare qualities but i Hope that he has them and that you Inay never be deceived in \ a a Liat mean you Manlius a 0, a Anay there is a hidden meaning in your a i a a \ a a is there then if you know so much per haps you know what in is. I wish Yon Joy beforehand a ,. A a a wish me Joy of what a a a a a of everything you wish. A a i do hot understand you. A a Well let it pass till the time comes when you do.�?�. A do you refer to Eugene English a asked Julia. A # a Cha you take my meaning wonderfully Well for one that does not. Take at All a replied How strange you talk a exclaimed Julia much agitated. A a arid yet talk of what will not be strange Ere Tong. I have understood that Eugene is neb.�?�. A a Well a. I. A a and Yon Are an a Owen a a a that is ally i Only spoke to show you the equality.�?T-. A a a a a i understand von now a said Julia who a a a v a would have wept in the vexation but that Pride came Aid. A to i would understand me with Tittle reflection Quot Rej turned the other dryly. A a one easy understands Ine in such cases when one feels inclined abut Julia did not understand him if she guessed at his allusions she Pat a wrong construction on them. For believing him Fin aged to not Herr it at least in. Love with another As English had vaguely hinted he was she fancied he spoke thus to show there was no Hope he would Ever be other to her than now and with. This belief she rejoined in a tone tremulous with emotion a a Well let what will happen i Trust we shall Ever be nehi Jorv a n. A to certainly friends of yes certainly a he answered affecting. indifferently. A a a a a a a now by your manner you mean not what you a a ,. A a by my Faith do.�?�. A you seem Effie already. Whole a Vunier 425. -. A. A a indeed i a rejoined the other. Starting and . I know to whom a a a i might have known As much Jcj turned Manlius rising, cd offended air. A i understand it All now so boy Well Well a and he began to hum auntie Batton his a a a a a coat preparatory to Talon Ghis leave., a surely Yoo Are not going a cried. Julia looking troubled. A yes they May Bei i pouring for me at Homo for i stole to any a a a but say you Are not offended a to no Julia no a wish you Well a deed i do f but now i think of Ismay i inquire when you made your engagement with Eugene ? for it was Only to Day that i received my a he called this afternoon a it a Lyest i see. And again Manlius though of the words oath stranger a if he a a can he will Stib thee in thy Dearest interest a for he remembered that Eugene bad made an excuse for separating from him a now be saw Why and. Where be had been. A a a to a Quot. A. A this did not. Put him in Ai better Hii mor and when Julia timidly inquired if he would come with or. English he answered a a no Quot so sharply that she tamed Pale and. Trembled Yio Lethly. A sorry i Mia Dethe engagement a she rejoined. R. A a look to it that you make no other you will regret More a he said chillingly a a meantime allow me to wish you a very goodnight a and he. Strode to the door. A a but stay one Momti jts do not go thus a cried Julia. A a a a we a he said Al St savagely turning. Fuli upon her with the air one who did not wish to be detained i he saw that she was Pale and trembling but if his feelings were touched or softened he did not not show it in the look was Stern and cold. A. A a a a a a a a a a i thought we were to part friends Quot faltered Julia,./. \ and do Wenot a. Was the response a a i Hope and Pray 8o.v.j/ a a a a a any farther commands.? a no a answered Julia faintly. A a then Good night a an Manlius almost rushed out of the Horise. It he did not go directly Home but fear sued about in no enviable was ill at ease with himself and Felt bitterly toward All. Mankind and toward Eugene in particular had the two met then ther no doubt would have been a quarrel. Or it that night was awry restless and in a pshaw Jou mistake me. . Convince you of my sincerity Here is a Plain Gold ring producing one from , which was made to fit your Finger. If you look inside you a will see. Engraved a from a n. To a he will you accept this As a Fri Eri ship Token yes i a said Julia. A and Wear it As such to a troubled sleep a a. Chapter i. A to dents. The party at or. Alexanders was fixed for the third night from that on which Manlius bad a private interview with Julia the Day. Following was Stormy so was the next thou t i rain poured Down in torrents and Manlius yes it shall never leave my Finger. A. I it re a lit Orrl l a l and Eugene did. Not stir Honse. A leave me tace Don Why How your hand a j 1. U 1 1. T. I i a i rim a a v t it this made it somewhat unpleasant to both trembles. There now so Longas i see that r. V j a. A r ii n v xxx a for Manlius in endeavouring to act the the will Coll you by the Sweet title Xuy u a. U a or. A. Able Host did it coldness that told his of Friend a Ince it seems decreed i May be., my a. A i. It guest he was no longer Welcome. This did vet Call 3 of by a dearer term and spite of i. Uit a Xii 1 x to i or to ii a i. I a not trouble the least. He resolve himself the vome of Manlius faltered and he tamed aside to conceal his emotion while. Should a rupture result therefrom he would take up his quarters at the inn for to quit View the Aveve a comp ingratiate him of my Visitto-4iieht,&Quot 8aid Manli Ualat length a that is to say brought you and me to a. U u , x j j. I. Lha Day on which the party was to come Friendly understanding i will make known Ltd i a a j a t. A x a a x , Rose Clear and Beautiful the second. I suppose you intend going to a. V l in i a i a Xuy x Pitt i a of hour Manlius a a i v Riding horse and without saying word a i h,.d.ho=, ,. Joua a a by merely muine4? a flier he co Ong. A should be absent most of Tho Day Rodeff to Ward the Village. A he crossed the Bridge he observed that the Stream was inn cd Bevrol at this question Jaha seamed not Little rapidly rising. Tho idea Kinbar rasped and answered in a tremulous. Him too that he Hai reel High if it continued to. Riso any considerable time it must sweep it Way the Bridge and Ais be than get it would not do simply because pub bad never occurred. Quot /.Well, shall do to amp a amp Elf the pleasure to Call for you hesitating tone Why Manlius i in Rhad i but known i in but. t a a a Why in Aram already

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