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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - August 6, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioTill to pm sati weekly i Ali Ai just 187d. 7 fettered yet free. By Bai Soctt a u a a a a Arnob of a a Clouds and Sunshine Telle s error a Etc. Cha Teil Vii Coati Bur Geoffrey bowed and can get Forward and mrs. Elton after a moments hesitation said a the is a great favorite with my Little boy and Cecil kept asking for him till i obliged to Send for a very Good very Lwood. Now or. Chet Rynd slip your Arm in As mrs. Elton removes hers. Gently gently a As Cecil moaned and opened his eyes. Very tenderly and gently Geoffrey carried the Little fellow up and Laid him on his Little bed. And then helped mrs. Hughes and the doctor to undress Bim whilst the poor Young Mother Down stairs pissed her hands to her ears to shut out the cries of pain that seemed to Pierce her very heart. Man Asho was Geo Grey would have Given a great Deal to escape the halt hour tha t followed hut he was Well rewarded by the look of gratitude and the Low trembling a thank you so very much that mrs. Eiton gave him when she was allowed to enter the room. Cecil Lay Wiite and still quite exhausted with pain and Foar but his Little land was still in Geoffrey Sund he did not take it Awny even at his mothers approach. A Quot nothing dangerous Madam a said the old doctor wiping his spectacles and replacing them in their Case. A Vjio has broken his tit Arm and two ribs but that is no very serious matter. Children a Bones soon mend he will be running about As Well As Ever in a few weeks Only keep him quiet. A or. Chetwynd will to useful i fancy. Good Day a Hud with a Low How the Little Dian departed. Mrs. Eiton kneeling by her Hoy. Bad eyes to d Thi ought for nothing . Geoffrey began to Teel aware. It was plainly mrs. T it on room that he was in and now that she bad came and the doctor departed to Tiew Tiff to vie ought not to remain. A now Cecil my boy i must go a he said . A you have Mamma Smitn and you i want me any but the child Only held his hand the to g 1. Ter. A a done to go you go Mamma Iell him to stay a he said fret fully. His Mother thinking Only of him looked a to speak but something in Geoffrey a face made Ber Stop Short. For the first time she coloured and her usual forsook her. It tinny he must go now. My Darling a the said Xvi Friedly a but he will come again and see you perhaps and sit with you when i am tile tears gathered in the child a eyes. Mrs. Elton looked infinitely pained and Dis Tro sced but before Cecil could speak goof Irey Cine a it her Rescue. A look Here my , you must try not to Sony poor Mamma who is so unhappy Xcvi out you and ill it ome to you As often As i can. But remember grown up men have lots of letters to Wiite and i must go and Lee my trienus at new Laud Abbey sometimes so i can to be always Here and you Mast think to your i when 1 done to come head got something else he must do. Hut it Esnil like doing As much us coming Here a end be patient. This afternoon i will ride Over Toa Bilborongh and get you the prettiest a he Story 1 can final and Vona Mother Iii r and it to you if Tui arc Good and try to go to is p. Quot will that it to a a yes to link Yon a lot Yon Aro a kind Tau a and the heavy eyes a Ong thened As they Kiok ii up into the face bonding tenderly it ver Tunu. Geo Trcy stooped and Liisse cd the Little we Ito face and then to go. Mrs. Eiton followed him to the door of the room und held out her Hall a i do not know How to thank you a she a Aid in a quivering be Ioe her eyes swimming w Ith tears. A a done to try. Can a you understand what a pleasure it is to Mevy he replied in a Low hurried Lone. A May i bring him the Book this evening you surely will not let exin Rentina Lipics stand by tween your child and Bis wishes at such a time a a no 1 w ill not. It matters Little enough Fco me what people Sny or think now. Bring the Book and come and see him As often us you she turned Back to return to her child a bedside and Geoffrey we but away thankful that he bad been Avile to resist the temptation to take Ber in Las arms Anil Tell her How he loved her As she stood there looking so Lovely in her s ulness. A Luis an ill wind that blows nobody Good a he thought As he walked homewards. A i could hardly Vivo had a Hett a Opportunity of we tuning her love this. A there a a divinity that shapes our ends a As i Aster Hamlet . Now to see whether Farmer Jones will lend his Mare. To think that 1 see that Sweet face every now for a w Eek or two to come poor Little Cecil i could Lind it in my heart to rejoice it his Tumble though i hate to see the poor Little Fellows a Little later Geoffrey was inclined to think that this fall of Cecily a had been Fili inned and arranged by a very evil aug 1 rather than a divinity and to i like very Nuch the carving and shaping that to up a lauded so highly now. Chapter Vii. Juy uus and is not dead Sibyl Elton was sitting in a Low chair in the veranda just Fui aids the drawing room window when Geoffrey entered the Garden amt evening she looked us with a slightly heightened color As the Gate clicked. Her Calm Eonis Tisner was Gene now she was conscious of a certain shyness at his approach and a clue Taupe to Imet the straight Hook of his eyes but she Attri outed it to the strange less of their Jiosi Tion and the knowledge to it Gie was doing what Tho world would consider incorrect in allowing this Good looking Yong Bachelor to visit Ber living alone and a Nehari toned As she was cd cannot Kielp it it will not last Long a Ilie argued to herself a and Cecil must not Iret himself ill. He will he going Hack to London soon and to shall never meet again. How Cecil will miss him How Rev kind he is a and she ended with a Sib of which she was unconscious. A Coho Rev came f it award with a smile. It am so Gaul to Lind you Down Here a he Laid seating himself on the Low window Siil by her aide. A Lyon must not yourself a too much with him and injure your a the is asleep now so mrs. Hughes does in Well As ,�?� she answered a and my Bead ached so i longed for a breath of fresh lir. How Cool it is % a it liar been a trying Day fur you he Laid glancing at her Pale face and h avy it Iye a. A a you Are terribly fond of that child but t sup it Ose it is Only a the is �?T.11 i have in the to Orlds the one Bright spot in my she answered in a whisper. A a flu n i thou old he was killed this morning 1 Felt us if i Milit go mad. But lie attn was too merciful to Mijie to is Folly to talk like that at your Siuze a i i i i i u Geoffrey impatiently jealous Luike other Iovu Jor uie living Van in dead Auphand. A a a you not by More than four or five and Twenty and you talk As if your w Hole life were Over your Pari Plaj de out. There is More hit press before you than behind i Trust a she Shook her Bead her face res tuning usual look of Gravity and weariness. A impossible. You do not understand. But i do not care to talk of myself i am Content to go on is 1 am. Did you ride into stir Borough to Day ? Cecil has talked so much about the a Quot Here it is. I do not think anything can Excel Andrei sen and be unfolded a gorgeous of Scarlet and Gold volume and Laid it in her hands pleased with the gratification he read in Ber face. A How Good of you you Are too kind to him. I fear he will fret terribly after you when Yon go Back to London. Are you going soon he looked into her eyes for a moment and then out to sea where the Moon was making a glittering dancing path across the a a i cannot Tell who said. In s slightly unsteady voice. A that w ill depend on of Tours More than she was silent for some minutes watching his face then As he lured and Lou kid at her once More she said hesitatingly a i think i know. I suppose i ought to wish you Success or. Chetwynd hut 1 do not. A a what do you mean a he asked quickly. And she went on hurriedly a i beg your Pardon i had no right to say it a she May be All that is Nice and she is very Sto a cd Abr Puy. A please go on a said Leo Frey begin Irig to catch her meaning and his voice was so quiet that Sibyl Felt More nervous. A you know what i thought you that , arc you going to ask that dark Haud Eumo girl with lady Temple to be your Wile Friio looked at her strangely for a minutes almost angrily she thought and then sold shortly a you know i am not you Are not so Blind As All �?o1 did not know i Hare thought so some times she answered gently. A but do not he angry please i did not mean to annoy a i do not think you could annoy me if you tried who said his voice trembling with the strength of his feelings and every b in rior giving Way before Tiern. A Sibyl my Darling do you not see How fondly madly i love you ? do you not know that there is no woman in the we orld for me but you Tell me Darling that there is some Hope for Mon that i May try to make your life happier than it has Ever Boon yet a he woe by her Side now on his Knees if arms round her his face close to hers. But she pushed him Back with a wild look of horror and despair. A a us or. Une Wynd hush hush for pity a Sake Foshe cried in a breathless voice. A do not Eay such a dreadful thing i us married still my husband is not dead a Godffrey sprang to his feet and almost staggered Back. A ooh heaven spare me a he groaned and then stood gazing Pale and to it Ilowit at the glittering Moon paid across the sea. It seemed to him As if some one Iii id struck him a violent blow and his senses were reel ii a. Sibyl Rose an l Laid Ber hand i glitzy on i 5 Arm saying in a frightened voice a do not look like to at say you forgive me. 1 never dreamt of such a thing As this a indeed i did not. Of How could i be so Blind Quot to turned slowly and looked Down into he tearful upraised face so haunting in loveliness. A forgive you yes i forgive Yon. To link Hoa Veu i am the Only sufferer if you had Learned to love me in the least Yon would have Road my Fec Linga and warned a hot Hritz ing flush used Over her face As it he turned her head a away. A the knowledge that i was not free to Caro for any one blinded me to everything a a she said in a Low trembling voice and Geoffrey with hungry eyes Reading her face Iii w that he was not the Only sufferer. A Sibyl Sibyl my Darling a and for one mad minute he held the dear form close to him and pressed passionate a irises on her Cheeks and lips. Then he released her and she stood trembling from head to foot her face buried in Ber bands. A i beg your Pardon a he said slowly and warily a i ought not to Bavo done that but it was a Short happiness to last a whole lift Inie. 1 will never forgot myself so air i u. I i she answered him Only by silent tears falling Between her fingers. Geol Rey leaned against the pillar of the veranda and watched her till he could Bear it no longer. A a done to i can to Licar it. Wait till 1 us gone a to said huskily and she looked up bustled a Muat you go away ? of my poor Little Cecil what will he do a a i will stay if you wish it a he said quickly. �?o1 will never remind you by word or deed of my love Aud going away from you will not alter it. No i will not �?o1 cannot think to night a she replied a Niy brain is so a a on Floied. I will think it Ovi. A and j pm must come and Seo Cecil tomorrow. Yon must decide von know bet Ter than i do what is Best end right to do. Hit go now i want to got Calm before he a k a. A a Well i will go. Goodnight. Heaven Blarr ton a he did not Trust himself to to Ike her hand even hardly to look at her but with a Quick firm step and no backward glance went away through the Moonlight and shadows Avyay but not borne no Back to the rooms that irresistibly recalled thoughts of her. He Felt As if he should be stifled within their narrow w Allsy As if the ceiling would come Down Aud press Ujioka his very brio. To Ironsh All Bis life Geoffrey Chetwynd could never look Back on that night without a shudder. Hour alter hour he de uhme the. Squids in the right Light of the hand Cost Moon till the advancing tide drove him up on to the Shingle Aud then he Moui Iti d to the Cliff and paced along the narrow a Batca made by the coastguards. A Sibyl a wife and not a we Idowu his love for her a sin and utterly hopeless his first in Nelse was to go As soon As Day broke a whither he did not know or care Only of far away from Sandbeach Asho could get where nothing would remind him of her and her name never by any Chanca reach his cars. But even in his misery his thoughts turned to others and he thought of his father and sister left alone of Little Cecil in vain for him and perhaps fretting himself into a fever in his pain and weakness and Sibyl thinking him heartless and unkind to leave her. A Eros pm she might need his help she was so friendless and Alunen and her must be a brute for her to have left him. No let him fight it out Bear his torn a a Ruan fully and crush Down his passionate love into a Calm Friendship so As to be at hand in Case she so cold Ever need him. I w Ald to the work of years perhaps a life just now it so mod to him that never i i the snows of old age had Sih Rcd his hair Aud palsied his Frame would his heart Cea amp a a it boat Ziouer at the found of her voice. I his blood Casc to bound to rough us it vein at the touch of he h and. A but 1 need not let her know he thought bitterly. A surely i am Man enough to be Able to control All outward a imps of my love. If Sdie can but learn to think that i have Coqui bored my feelings that 1 care for her Only As a Friend she will let me be near Here she will Appeal to me in her troubles Aud give me All the love that any Man will Ever have. I must school myself to look calmly into her eyes to hold her baud undressed in mine and to t at for me life holds no More passion that i have tasted the exquisite kisses of love tonight for the Fin stud last time. And i can do it for her doer Sake heaven helping me. But of Sibyl Sibyl would to heaven i had never met you a i chapter in. Of fat widow unveil a Hru sad fat Styri. It As nearly twelve of clock on the morning following his discovery that Sibyl Elton was a wife and not a widow before Geoffrey Chetwynd could make up his mind to go to the cottage. Mrs. Elton met him at Tho Gale. She Star Teit Back at the sight of by i it ule face and sunken eyes and the hot flush that had dyed her Cheeks at his approach faded away. Quot a Are Vou ill a she exclaimed in Voluntad by for she did not realize As yet that his lore for her of a much recent growth was Strong enough to work such havoc As this in a few hours. A no. I did not sleep last night a he an swe Reil quietly a and my Bead aches in con Sei Pience. How is Cecil a who did not Tell her that he had not lain Dow n All night and that be bad paced the Cliffs till Day broke and people moved about once More and then had sought his room to leave it again almost immediately Aud after bathing sit in their accustomed Nook fighting for strength to meet her calmly. The strength had come now and his Lone was so quiet and composed she guessed nothing of this conscious Only of a Sharp Pang to think that he should so soon have a conquered his love. A a Tather fretful and feverish a she said sadly. A the has asked so Many limes for you that i was just going to Send for Yon if Yon were not in sight. He is delighted with his a a in oor lit tie fellow i will Goto him a and he glanced up at the window of the child a room. Sibyl looked at him through gathering tears. She thou Glit he was angry with her for the deceit she had Practised upon him her woman a mind could not comprehend that As yet there could be no Middle course for Bim that the curb must be held cruelly tight until his feelings were calmed Down by time. A i am going out now a she said in a timid tone new to Ber a to get so. E fruit for Ceil and 1 think i had better perhaps in Case people should �?o1 think you Are right who answered quietly without looking at her and she went on hurriedly with flaming Cheeks a but i have so much to say to you. I Vaut to Tell Yon everything Only i cannot do it Here. When Cecil fils asleep this Ait Moom i will come to the place in the rocks where we generally sit. Nobody will interrupt us there. Will you meet me a a by , he answered in the same quiet tone though his heart gave a fierce bound tit Trio proposal and to Iii be Wmk it on into the House Aud read fair stories to Cettl for an hour whilst Sibyl with fast falling tears walked slowly toward Tho farm House thinking bitterly a already he has changed and despises perhaps hates me. Will be think More kindly of me when he has heard All ? surely he must for it has been no fault of mine but How hard it will be to Tell him while he looks at me so coldly i of Why has All this come to me ? what have i done to Deservi such a wretched lot As mine is a Geoffrey was gone when she came Back with the fruit and Cecil was looking brighter than she had expected to see him for Many Days. A a Mamma or. Geoffrey does read so nicely in he exclaimed a nicer than you even and he read such Jolly stories about dogs with Eye us big As saucers and even Mil wheels and a poor Little Lark that was caught and put into a Cage and had a Daisy to talk to and lots of things. Isnit he the kindest a Man you Ever knew Mamma d not i just love him he says he can to come again Liis afternoon but be la come if he possibly can this evening and certainly to Morrow. I wish he lived with us done to r you Mamma by any of answer Sibyl stooped and kissed the child. She did not Daro to answer his prestion even to Hensel. Geoffrey was waiting for her we Hen she Rea bed Tho Nook in the Cliffy a looking As Pale and grave As be had looked in the morning. It began to to Biak i should not get Here she said nervously As he stood up at her approach a d then sat Down farther off. A Cecil was so restless and in snob pain that he could not get to sleep but doctor Bell came and gave him a composing draught Aud now he will sleep for two a i Hope i did not Over excite him Geoffrey returned Aud she replied a ooh no it was the and then both were silent. Geoffrey loaning his head upon Hia hand his Elbow supported by a ledge of Rock gazed though Tully out Over the glister dancing Tea and Sibyl folding and Plain us her Lolland dress Felt that she a build not speak while he sat and looked like Liat. It seemed As if he had forgotten her so Long did he sit silent and abstracted and unable to ii ear it longer she Sudi Eniy exc aimed a shall i go do Yon not care to hear what i came to Tell you do you not think everything that is lard Aud unkind of Nie if so i will retain my secret. I will off or no excuse for the Reserve deceit if you w ill that has med Yon pain. I we ill do that hard As it will be if it will make it Ike or for a no 1 want to everything a lie said a a a ill looking away. �?o1 am sure i shall hear no ill nothing to make to blame you Aid As to your keeping the fact of your to Iii a w Ife and not a widow a Sec iut 1 it to not say to at you Are wrong in that. There May be reasons to Render it but i ii pinot think How it was Yon did not see what was happening Wlms must happen if i was so constantly with you. It a Ould have been Kinder to warn me his voice Sank a Little lower us be ended but did not shake. A i was Blind never noticed never thought such a she answered almost in a whisper while the hot tears fell slowly on to her bands a but 1 have not bad much experience in love and you did not show yours he did it answer but looking out still into the Golden Mist he tried to recollect Walrat proofs of his love he had Ever Given h a i. Ten re were none except the Bani iting of her footsteps every Day. Except the Loving smile that he Coull not always repress and that she had not la Ideis stood except the lit to gilts of fio Weis kill fruit ran sic and books ail of a hindi he had Brea offered in a careless manner Lesl sri might take Aioli in and read his Cyrek no Olie Quot As right he had not shown his love Pipiu by. He had no right to 1-Lamo her for not having seen it. Still if he had but known All he might have gone away and left her before he had Learned to love her so Irry Irie Valv. A i Annot talk to Vou while Vou look and speak like that a she cried and who hearing Tho passionate it quivering voice would have believed that it was the woman who. Scarcely Oliree before had sat in that very a a got a very her Niitme of Stone All Fervour and excitement so far from her a do Yon hate me sir body a a hate you a he repeated slowly easting one Long repro Shtul look at her. , How Cali you ask me such a cruel que it Tion ? you would not have me. Knowing Yon to be the wife of another Man repeat what i told you last night Aud 1 can take no Middle course. A a no you Are right a she said sadly. �?o1 will try to forget How you look Aud speak and u11 you my Story As i would Tell it to doctor Bell and you shall judge for your sgt How far i am to be blamed or it tied. My father was the chaplain of the t cd Orch Atin the South of France a Little retired Village where few English Ever came and half a dozen residents his whole . My Mother died when i was a Mere baby a and he and 1 lived so happily together that we did not siem to ear for any one else in Tho world. One Somme. A Young named John Law Rell a do Yon know the name a she broke off As Geum la Ray looked a qui Cidy. �?o1 know i a feb at school with a Jack Lawrell Aud nearly killed him for we Hall a fight and he against a door item and Laid his head open half the length of it Iio had a brother , a Honi Ltd Young scamp who was expelled for stealing i use from a boys pocket one is Kyle a Eves opened Wido. A a Jiwat is tie Man. John Lawrell husband. I live seen Tho scar and heard the Story. Bob i Uver saw he was abroad for sumo scrap he had got into. How strange that you should have known each other Vil John Lawrell Cumo to Tho Vil Lage sketching and Nigado friends we ii Ray dour old father and at our House every Day. To was u handsome Man and an attractive one and we both liked him. Little accustomed As we were to the polish of Good society. I was just seventeen and my Faro took his Fanon he used to draw me in a it lil Fol my Ferent position or costume every Day und pleased my father by it to aug so. In Hen came the tit Rible Day that wrecked Ray life. My father was brought Home dying stabbed in trying to part two men who were fighting. He could barely speak to we is me Good Bye and i was left Alono All alone in the world. A she paused and hid her face in her hands for some minutes and then went on More steadily. A John i of iwo Roll was everything that was kind und Good. I believe he really cared for me then but i doubt we Hether be would have Willied to to to his Wile had he not heard Tho Day before from my poor father of a strap go thing that had happened recently. My father owned three shops in a Small Street in the City of London left him by his godfather the three together bringing in about three Hundred a year or Peri ups two Hundred and fifty. The lawyer who managed these for him and sent him his rents wrote to s that a railway company wanted to erect a Large station on that sgt of and that after much worry and Pertinacity he had succeeded in extracting from them a sum that would bring is in when properly invested two thousand a year. This Money was now mine and a curse it proved for but for that 1 do not believe that John Lawrell w Ould have thought of making me his wife. Now knowing me to the Money be came Forward and in the first burst of my grief and loneliness told me that he loved me that he had asked and obtained my fathers to our marriage and implored me to be his wife. I was barely eighteen i liked him and knew nothing of love so 1 consented and three weeks later became his Wiley but not until fortunately for me the lawyer had tied up my Money tightly in a settlement about which he wrote me such an urgent letter that i we As firm and refused to marry until it was signed. I was very wretched after my marriage though at first John was very kind and seome fond of me 1 could not enter into the Gai ties he loved so be went out Day after Day night after night and soon very soon i Lound that to rarely came Home sober. I had barely liked him Biafore now i shrank from him with horror and he saw it and disliked me. Then Cecil was born and i made myself Happy with him but John seemed actually to Bate the Onildo. Sometimes i think he fancied As i was so delicate then that i should die and Tho Money All be his but now that a son had come there was Little Hope of his Ever gaining Possession of it. 1 May he wrong at any rate i ought not to speak so it is enough to Tell you that our life together became More and More miserable. He w As hardly Ever Solier Aud my Hie was often in danger but i bore that till one Day. In a fit of be Lirine Kremens he tried to kill the child. Then i made no my mind and told him i should leave him. I agreed to let him have the remainder of the Money if he u Ould allow me five a Modred a year and never come near me and he was Gla a to be rid of me on such terms. That we As the years ago and i have never seen him since. 1 Dro Ped the name of Lawrel Elton is really my second Baj dismal and though 1 did not say i was a widow 1 was glad to find that people Imre thought 1 was Little dreaming what the consequences would be. Now you know via 1 have to Sta ugly refuse to know lady ten Ilo or any one . Of you blame me do you think they would earn to know Moil they had heard All i have told you a a by a is 1 do a he answered readily a there is nothing disgraceful in All that you have done. Tell lady Temple and try a i cannot a she said shaking her head sadly. A it Las been lard enough to it toil even Yon. But i Felt 1 owed it to of and i would rather you knew. Now what Are you to do Here a he answered. A i cannot leave to Ceil until lie is but Der but you May Trust me never to annoy you by w a re or look. To new cd not see each other very often. You can go out when 1 am we Iii him or St in Down stairs. I want to to Friend Sibyl Itiat you May never of to Liucy again. Some Day you May need me. At Uny rate it will be a to you to know Tuat you have some one to whom you c m if you Over want help or advice. Will you accept me As a Frimet ? he held out his hand and she took it quickly. A so gladly of so Glattly a Fife Ata to very Gina met we you will be such a Corn some Lav. Siut 1 Are to be friends fort to in Hen she went away and let gift him and he sat there trying not to Sec How he was cheat ing himself and her trying to s a whet Lior there could let a any real sin in his staying near it. But he w Ould not hate to Iii answer Stern give a to. Us. Chapter x. Oil Frky a Patea october Bright cold and Windy yellow leaves Slong the in this of the quiet Temple Gard is chary Santow Murns in Lull glory of red White and Yeii a in Tho Ikird ers Chi Hereu rioting in the grounds from which they had b eur exclude All Tho summer and be Orr y Chetwynd a grave Jimale and listless sitting in Trio Dee it wind it a seat of his Chambers in paper Ijuin hangs idly watch King the steamers pass up and Down the River. A Law Book Lay open on knee but he had forgotten it waa Tuero Tor Bis thoughts had blown. Of they far too often did to the Limilo cottage at , an he was w ordering what Sibyl was doing. And whether Slio longed Tor the old imply Days Roget lug Ras he did he had stayed on there till a cil w As about again though feeble and delicate but never once had he one word that could off cud Sibyl or i it which he coid i blame himself it had been happiness to linger near her though hard very hard to from h r without speaking one w Ord of love. He had Given her his address and she had Promise to write to him if show re in any to Milr or if she left a my Brach. That was six weeks now and no liar had Corne from her though to had hop gtd that any slight ailment of hers or Cecily a would have proved sufficient excuse to make her begin a correspondence that would have been his Only pleasure in life. He had been by a Coral friends to go to there for the shooting sir ii try to Milo among the numb r but to Felt that Oulu Cliance of forgot thug Lay in bar Ltd work so to Nau r in Reno to his Chambers Only to find Sibyl a Lovely face Between him and his dry books and her Sweet Low voice forever in his ears in the silence that reigned around. A i can to stand this any longer a he inn tired at last shutting up the Book and it on to a table. A i shall go melancholy mad what device of an Arch enemy Ever led me to Sandbeach ? w Ould to heaven 1 had never seen her a a he Rose and stretched himself and started As it Knock sounded at the door. A Kwh fat an idiot i Ara growing Como Aud his servant appeared with two letters on a Salver. Geoffrey glanced at them hurriedly. Tho Florin shed a a cd a betrayed one As a Trade Snihur sep Etc on the other he lady �?T1 pm plea a handwriting and Tore it Oka. It ran a dear my. Net wind do Yon remember the Lovely airs. Elton who lives at Sandbeach in whom your to it of so much Inte tint yesterday As i was driving Home i find her sitting by the Side of the Road a it half a mile from our Gates with her Little boy in her Lap and on getting out i found that the poor child had fainted having just recovered from a bad Accident. I brought them Here and Theja oor Little fellow is in bed to Day too weak to move and keeps crying for you. His Mother says you have shown Bim so Mitch kindness that the child is quite devoted to you. Poor thing she Hatm told me her sail Story. Rho is not a widow her Husland is still alive but such a bad Man that she cannot live with him. I shall try to Kei p them hero for some Timo and Litile Cecil and Harry Are Becciu ing great friends but the child really frets for Yon and if you it my spare time it would to a real Kindulas to Ruu Down hero for a w Oak or two. Henry was very much vexed at your refusing to come for a ome shooting As usual. Captain Lee has Leit is brokenhearted Aud Millie Dayrell is engaged to or. Digby. I begin to fear Eva is too Grout a flirt to marry. May w e Hope to see you in a Day or two it would give us great pleas my. With kind regards believe to very truly yours Adelaide Temple. A with a Short laugh Geoffroy Laid Down the letter. A a was Ever a Man so beset by temptation what am i to do it seems cruel not to go to the poor child when a is ill and fretting after me and certainly i do not love Sibyl less for being away from her More if it be possible. Perhaps seeing her with others Aud recognized is a married w Ouinn May be the Best thing for to besides i shall be out shoot Iii �11 Day and this life is simply killing me. At any Rato i can come away at any moment. So argued he is Man will urge that Tho Way his inclinations Lead him is Tho right Way Aud sitting Down to wrote o i i ii my Ixion a Ltd Naii to Are Ajoue Togo Intig and i should like it so much. She so Oiin a her head a Vej her face clouded. A i would rather not. Besides it would be foolish. I i Dight bal overheard Ott might let the name slip out by of Civ my when oth is wore a a sonar right an a am he an a to Fri al shortly. And the n they walked on in i Levice for some rain is a i am so sorry to Bear of Pix r Jittie Cecily a Ilion so be said presently. It i Ana Mike for Hienke than for the shooting in Reo Litja a lift a fait Laiful i mls heart it Quot d Iii to Good of you a a she a a claim by. A shh or it a it it for y of is so very at Mius i am Aliu Ost . I am to Larriu j about Hui a Ouie Timco he is ill to a lie will Sci Strong r he the Winter Coraci on. At any rut. I am go Quot. Yon have become a Fri and of i,.iitly Temple s. You a a a i Fuh night a knit her a you were indeed. Of she is a Noh i Street kind Wiit Nan i cannot Tell you hew kind and sir Hirv ii is dlr less no. I have never Ted with such goodness a al link he sni a 4iortly, a ooh. Yon Are so Del int la she answered Intilli gaily. Tuen Thor w Cre at Tjie Hall door. A _ in the Hall they were met by Era Day Roll who flu had Crimson As her eyes Feli 09 the a. A How do Yon do or Chetwynd Yon Are earlier than we she Sai k coldly. A ii w kind of mrs. Ebon to come and meet you a not it re Connie ring air. Rhet and Hai come chiefly humor my Lule son a re plied Mih. Elion very quit tiv Thoi Iii Hei Olor de Eneus a. A Jar. Cd Wyid As so 11 m Tou Fiovo so. N in in cry Auu i us by. Pie. Will you come up 10 Ccuin ? Obj Viii 01 eager to so you. A directly a said Geoffrey and then i Foll iwed Eva into the , we Here Hajj Templo sat. She greeted him As kindly and pm Asanti As usual and a Quot Ter a few Momenta Cravea ii tin he left Tho room to go and so to in Eva Dayrell 5lo"l by Tiiu fir to i curbed a i a her eve a uttering. A the i it u a v. 0 Clit be a behind Guo Siruy she turned round angrily a Skoal by Adi Laide i think Yon Are Toi Chatiuk blk. You believe in Evjy onily. 1 am Nuro this mrs. Elton Isa sly. Sch Mio wid w. Rhe is doing her very Cost to entrap or. Chetwynd loud Lam surprised m find to is As great a Simp Leum Luom Mea arc where a pro itty face is concept i. Rby actually been to meet him Aud Cama walking in with him just now in the Moil Bare Laoc manner of All things i hate a scheming widow pm a indeed Eva you Are lady Temple said gently. A poor my. Elton in not a widow at All her husband Siivo and a 7, Chetwynd knows Hin. He ban Ocen very kind to her and her Cirild but in is out of the goodness of his Hurt Tor he knows her to to a married Eva Dayrell Drew a Long breath a tvs stood silent for some minutes trying to realize the actual state of the ease. It waa delightful to her to hear that at any rate he could not marry this woman but a so cred conviction still lurked in her heart Thal there was More than Mere kindness in Geoffrey a feelings for her and she meant to watch them carefully still. From time to time Lifty Temple glanced at Tho varying face before her and her woman Sim a Tinct told her a Good Deal that won it using in her Friend s mind. She knew now Why Eva had refused Captain Lee and she Felt sure that it was in vain that Geoffrey did nut care for her except of a a Van Friend. A a do not repeat this Eva a she said pro gently. A mrs. Elton told to in Louii Daneo because she would not remain in my House fur on hour under false pre Teucci. 1 Tell you Only that you May but misunderstand a i do not think i misunderstand Ber replied Eva quietly. A perhaps on the contrary 1 Umler staubu her better than she i it Der Stamps herself and i think the last Ahl sees of or Chetwynd the a a in lease do not say so a began if try temp pie but a a stooped Piid kissed her. A no i will not say so nor anything Elso to vex you but you Are a Frioud of lir. F a if a and to lib Benanti Iii we Arv were raised a v i to his w Ith a look that Sci it a shiver than a i his Fritz. It we so full of in conleious love find Trust and made him clasp in lit tie fingers tightly in his. For one moment he , und then by Hunt his head and pressed a gentle lingering Kif a on her a i Ionek. 1 a a a Rood Bye love a he d. A an a. To to Ipoh the color in her i beaks she did not Drew Hack. Her eyes a a Lei will tears though a half Sun be was on i her lips As she Suid in a Low sad Tono i a a la of. To you will Itaru to love another a dear lady your letter arrived at a Lucky moment when Tho of Lay present life had reached a Climax. I i in pining for some shooting and so piety and shall be with you to Morrow. So sorry to hear Iny Little Friend Cicil is ill again hot glad it Liiva made an excuse for your knowing More of Lis lonely Ciot Lier. I knew her Hiiri mind Warui alive he was at school Vii Cio regards. A yours Ever ii Umprey Cir grand. The Law Ter part was mean Blind. In Ith Iff ten be nor any one else would Sun a a pet him of lulling in love with mrs Elton if to said a knew she wus a married won Luyun and it was not necu8.sary to say How Long he lad known it the pm Griph Ivl out Captain Ixo vexed him. Ii would far rather have heard that Eva w As engaged to Bim and not Likely in consequence to prove troubles ice. It rather or ail Ber Sharpy a and ears if she were still at Kew liquid Abbey but it Wourl let a Good training for him. Lie did not Wisla to betray his Lovo by word or look even to Sibyl and to la ought he Coull keep his Resolution. It was getting dusk on the follow lug Day when to reached the station nearest to Saml a cab where the dog Carl awaited him. To Felt in sul High spirits that lie could hardly help shaking bunds with the Grom and tried to work off by entering into a Lively conversation on the respective m Rita of the Abbey horses. In Tiey were a iring the Gates slim his heart gave a bound at the sight of a tall slight figure walking along tiie Lane just in front of the in. A a poll no. Graves a he exclaimed care Lessly �?o1 think to Tara. Elton and 111 walk Home with her. All right drive a i Hen As the dog Eart drove past her Slie no at it and turned round. A a this is a Lucky Chouice a Geo Fly Rey said trying to speak quietly. A Slio took her hand in his. A i was dreading meeting you amour tue a All. Especially Bei it Are the Shaip a is of miss Eva a it was no Chance a she returned smiling up at him As Uliey we al Vail on. �?o1. Amt to meet Yon for the same reason. Mass has put to Many questions to me and a Maine so Many pointed remarks about you and 01r great Friend ship that i preferred lading you away from her keen scrutiny. I f Ink you live been a Lii Ting fir or a not that i know of a he answered Hugh i ing. A Liat Why do you Call in or. Oct a ii Udo there is to hot xxx in your Euling Falb of chel Wynd a and had better watch for i Sake amt Yon do not throw him too Muesli in her Way. Now we had better go quid dry so for dinner a they went up stairs together and painted for u moment it the open door of the Uxer a aug room appropriated to Ceil s Usa Geoffrey was seated on a Low chair Tai child on his knee leaning against hit shoulder his Little Pale face upturned vex to a beaming look of hot a >piue�8, while he drank in the Story of some Hunting Adventura 21rs. Elton was not in the room Aud la in Temple smiled it her com Janion a so a Iii i / a the fact. A a Imit does not look like seeking Hiti Foi a much a she said and then a Ute in Tho room she Cecil How he wins. Were the Lith Nice to have in 1 Wlsh he lad Rev tit to piste Well a aus la in siniling. A a it a so Nic Neuil i by he re again gone Eftoff Rev laughed to hide a sigh. A i must go us my Man to dry for Luis her Quot he soul gently Palling the club on feet an i rising. A Good night. Glt to bed Aud get no quite Well lie stooped and kissed the Ottlo Pali to und with a won to lady Tom a a left the room just ass Byl entered it but Tho Vigli he stood aside to it her pass i bar by glanced it her and dil not sgt a and Eva i Cit met re charitable. 1< was such Clit f to know that she was a Nunrie in our aah that not Only Vav is she by Youl his , but that to must not love her. And their Fen Woi Iid not have come to the in hey if Hei suspicions had been Correct. And be ii Ray As he slow Driss a f7i Eutsch was telling i msgr Biltat he had a Rig it to by to Leric Aud Miu t Niaz to an a Cusi to it in Ive As soon As by it could. True sound of voice the Sig it other Lovdy face Gate Kush Puin and pleasure Taat Tii his to ii Viu tit Over und la a it was an he muttered at be Eft his room a a it has fail a. Next Wocl Oil to off to Egypt for exe Winter and Poe lumps go on to Ludian any where so that j is ii get the Thi al Dom of her presence. Ai any , it Quail not to my Layall d i go of to i g another Many a wife. And whle 1 inure i ii Riu ver willingly Spenk a a Rory to it her or touch he a a Han a a in co Muu a to no Contr i of. Look the Dost 11 is a ii Lun fort r a ounts of , of the so tar of let >\v-1.1 i Ligh i a one. Stratlin irn at flu ago o also of to a Roic Mot her of tie to i Iri Funtos Kimii ii in Vitma. Ali tvs Iii of Lluz a Biily of . Dino St of 17b for love of lib in isi4 Tum of her arc Iacoi is it no i l or put Lin cd Otic crises in 1s4>> Iier oi-1quot oui Knish a til Wei Killo a pm with w other Bro ers and Lier two it it on a 1 1 it in u her Sou a Vas .1 i i it a . Lor win a Miu d t Din. But of of the int Mior of t. And n 1 i in i Quot enat it a thu Ruuti 1 my work. I Dii v11 Swap i i a
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