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A QUESTION OP
Forgiveness or Dishonor.
T.1NGT0M HACKS'. Tlllv JI'H;i:- THAT
j.iu.i. said I'hilip St.
.Tohn. one evening about ten das s after
his wife's int. rview with her' cousin,
"that you would not care to go to these
lie smiled r.s he made th" assertion,
pa i-ing bv her side in his walk up and
down the long drawing roni.
She vp.s playing sofllv in the twilight,
but her hands dropped from tho kevs,
mi l she looked up with a sudden Hush
on her cheek and a sparkle in her eves.
"(Hi. yes, Philip. I should like it so
much.'' she sai l; "will von take luer''
f T , 1 I
lie laughed i.t her eagernesj.
"i es. my child, if you lik; I am glad
there is nnvthing to nruiise vou in this
dull p,ac"." ho said; "since when
you developed a taste for
"Oh, I d"n't rare ea"tlv for the
racing." nv.-nverrd tl girl, rising up and
beudiu:.; over f. in-? llmvers in a bland
near; "tl.c (?,c-no is anv.i'ung, and the
people are ,-,o odd. Jint if you had
rattier not go, Miiiip '
She !; .!; (-!.
J had ratlier do what pla
my chi d. We cuu jide Wfi, if
Hot be toed.
"'J'ui d: " Krii'a lauidied at the notion.
"I "hall enjoy it. I sui po-.c even body
will go In. ii) h.-re. Km. iiiber. "when
1 was a ( hi'il, the Hm.rion races were a
grand led-lav for all the ounirv side.''
"I saw your friend. I'ovnter. this
lie was gi.
said si. John, "and he said
:ig. I believe he has the pre
to hold some interest in the
S'iveepKtri!vC, I sui pose. I
what i lais ol iroj-hmen
the jiavMon for betting sp
J di n t know.
sinl l.rii.i, witli
1 think the fann-
some l.'U!. The
laborers, even, have a sweei. slake.
Never mind iheni. I'luliji." she added,
abruptly ehai.gin 1 1 ic subjed, "you
don't like IV. i.ter'.'"
"Iol ever'show it V" Philip ;:i:id. with
n Rmile. r.nl playinj with the soft mous
tache that drooped over his lip; "do
you think lie is keen enough to see
"Not r.nler.s the feeling is reciprocal;
you never show iinvibu.g." said the girl;
''but I am Mire Njt doesn'l lake to you.
In fact, 1 don't think la- hkes anyone
but rue. J! is fin eiva'rdiiiarv crea
ture; do you know he never wiU'lct rue
Jiay for my boat, if I go out ah ne, but
lie doesn't refuse or m"iicv."
"Nor anyone el-e'h. I iinagire." said
St. John, drjlj; ' thi io is .something
that does not pieaw rne about your fa
vorite. No doubt he n a good fellow
enough, as those sort of jrople go.''
"ou haven't much faith in 'those
Hoit of people,' von intolerable patri
cian said J .i iea. smiling.
"Nolnnieh m anyone." Philip said,
Hnd t he ii hi bent low over her flowers,
unit drew her breath in with a quick,
uncontrollable yasp. and the band that
wan .waiideniig among the iohcs trein
bleil. "Would he have faith in me." wus
lier bitter tleuigl.t, "if he cudd dream
why 1 nrn glad t go to these laees'
Not for tin-1 pleasure; there will ,P none
for ine-only. dread, nnd susouise, and
JShe wus reHtlei,sly imiiatieiit.lhe tiPxt
morning, to be oil, and though I 'lillin
untiled, even while vaguely womb-iing
tit her tagi-rue-Sii, he bigued to think
how dull he must make lier life, if she
was ho plnd of anything mat mow in
monotony. , ....
'Pven country races, h:iiu mo
don man inwardly, a lio swum? nis
voumi wife liditly to the saddle, and
tin n mounted himself.
They rode through the gates mio mo
. ..I,..,,. I in,,i. cimtliinu 14 till 1 lift SWf'I't.
,eil', nuiuiim ......... 7 it
soft uir, ninl Erica looked over to the
sea. lvingfo plaeidlv under tho golden
hacof lidit, and drew n Ions breath,
asthomrh she would fain cast ott tho
v titfht that oppressed her, and, aided
bv the inJlunu-o of (sunshine and air,
aiid exercise, the was more like herself
dm ing ll mt ride than nhehad been for
weeks. , ,
Although Philip St. John regarded
the Kindlon races with that sort of
good-natured contempt which denizens
of cities are apt to indulge towards
remit rv gathering, thev wero by no
mcans'so looked upon by the county,
and the gentry alwavs came, and the
bets ran high on th "favorite" in ans-
...-.v-oie rxiimlv Cut erie.
Svt a few .sport in,' London men came
down also, and honored the course with
their prepare and the horses with their
natronac. and several Derby winners
had been known to ni.ikn a promising
ihhut on the Kington turf.
Not onlv the ground outside that
charmed line of ropes divi'Png the
course from the outer world was crowd
ed with l he motley throng which races
alwavs attract, bat tie grandstand
for ll'mgton boasted this geny was al
so well tilled with Fpectators and there
were three drags Pom some of the
count rv houses, and a great manycar
riii"es'if all descriptions, and several
men and Hull' rair compaiin us rn'ic un
When Philip and L'ncfirode on to
the ground, their appearance caused
cpiiti a sensation. IV. h were mums
taUahiv of patrician order; both were
simzularlv handsome, and were fault
iest mounted. niil-s:;'il ereater at
traction to t!ie vast majority they both
were strangi rs. and l'iiilip laughed and
Erica ,'oloic 1 shgii
rvited, and th"
ly at the noiice nicy
iniiicnts passed on
p.i.l Lord ( heshunt's
alter them as they
' Hi- v, as a rountv magnate, and mil a
h"ieto Jiuitton 'alwavs. to patronize.
he ..aid. the g;o.i uhh-ports of England.
n- .i .i,.i.t h y.i-3. hi furl herar.ee of
this laud .Me obiect that the heir aim
hopo ot his boa sp"ut r.o much moi.ey
on that crown av.d c-ntn of old English
gpoii Kpsoin lowiifc.
That's Philip s;t. John." said a gen
tleman on her.-b;iek near to Lady
Juliet, who was slaving at Cheshunt.
and to whom St. .bhu bowed and raised
his hat. -l'e vnei bim in town the
wr.U r. vou know. Lady Juliet."
"Oh. iiideed:" The voting lady turned
to look after him. "He is to be the
pinions man of tho dav. Mr. Arkwnght.
isn't he? And is that his sister with
I'-"'-"' . ,
"i'h;.t lii'Iv must be his wife Ladv
Iiil.ei." lesponded her cavaiier. "T
, i :...! .. ' : .. l-n,.i
ie..r-i ii! war, lii'ti i ''. - i j . . n uwu
J i o. ii
hn is exc'i'l
,ady .Pib'-i. 1
0' it--il s'u'.s
bat h" i-oi ll''
P'. A ikv.n
but (I'd lio
yi iiture to
John vas very
"'i la y ;
ie not bad," said Philip, look
. with some no- h ef in his
luica; "a very toil i.iblegath
tl.e conntiv. .h, heio is
" i on
re ratiiera .strangcT heiv." said
after the greeti:-.'.s had pa; seL.
"tho'ijli I saw vou bow l
some of the
1 Know vciv f.".". answered I'hibn.
Uvirbin-' ba; k horse to jiI'iw a little
HouiT'-i..'1!'! 1o dive nlneist iT:d-r it.
nose. --'Ae live a sort of li"in,:t life at
(Irnyle. biii in a week or two we simII
be ill toWII. Who is Mlpp..s..il to be tic1
fasoriie to-da '.'"
"Oh. Feidou; belongs to a London
man Vi( Vers, or some such name. Hut
come and taik to my people at least,
the folks I'm staving v. ith-the iJecr
iii(s. They have heard so much ef vou,
and are longing to be introduced to
Mrs. M. John."
1-lrii.a laogjied as they moved on a lit
tle toward i a carriage in which a lady
and her two daughters v.eie se.jtej,
wim- two or three oung
It was rather a strange and not un
pleasant frchng to Eriea for anvone to
wi.di to be introduced lo lier, and
though she had lived so secluded a life,
she had no :;hi inking fnun society, ami
possessed peitect irace and high breed
ing of manner (hat many a wning la lv
"in socii lv" might have envied.
"Tin re is your friend Povnter." t-;aid
Philip to her. a little while 'afu r wards,
when they had left the I leering, and
she turned with a half-start at the
sound i t the name which alwavs brought
vith it its troop of painful associations.
lint she siioh'd in answer to the boat
man's iespr.,tf.. ';, niorn jug,
Eriea." and s.iid, brightlv:
".-D vou have come to this provincial
Derbv. N.it? Are you interer.ii d in ;,ny
particular hoi spy"
".'oll''iil hut a triile. niiss."-K.'iiil V..1
shaking!, is In ad with a shrewd l'-iol,-'
. .o . in i.i i.nii it .siiiev.n loo
my money 's too hard cirned, and P
scarce, to he li-ked on a horse,"
"A very good rule, my friend." hh
I'l.illi.Y. t.n ,.!.. .. i .,i
""ii' "'i 1. 1 i. .ii on:e. a nine
Cnsl If. t'l ll'll t luiiinlif "II ,
endowed you with excellent pr'iueipl
And Nat (danced on hideii :, c
U. . I ".I1 1.1 . - I .
nui t i'l nil it ill
lilt -XT r. S. . . ii ni uru iw.l
BpeaKuig "suaight-hke." but not tak
ing bim by any means, and again touch
ing hii hat. moved off and disappeared
ninoli'' ilie ein'.i'.l 'i 1 ....
. " ... i.t,. .11, .'innwiij
against two yonii-r men who were pus),,
ing their way ibrough to get round to
Uie ;,i,..i jjw 1.(11111. jie
i glanced at. one
ot them :on n
f hew .1 ri if i ill. i.t'. i i, ni
they wen install! I.v separated froui him
bv iutei vei.ing penpJe, and he looked
after tli' in. luulieriug:
"(iood Lord! niissv won't want to see
nm: and who'n that young chap with
Hid Arnold Mm ray had not Hie slight
est iniVntion of running against Eriea
or Philipindeed, he did not know that
they were on the ground, and it was a
sudden c xclamutloii from bis com
panion -a fair, handsome lad, with
soim thins: of Philip Si. John's rant of
features, but little of his haughty reso
luteness of expression, that made him
. "What thedouee is the maiter?'' spir
ing:. round for a cause for Walter St.
Johns exclamation mid sudden (lush,
and Mirceediiif' pallor. "aveyou seen
a cho,i. mini?'
"My brother is over there," Walter
wml, t inning away, half ashamed of the
Plea, more than ashamed that ho should
have iced to offer it. Had he ever be
bae teaiej to meet Iho brother that
low d Lin?
"Jove! ' Arnold muttered between
ins tteui, and looked over to the bpot
T1IK DAILY 0AIKO ISUUJCTi;,';
where Philip nnd Knra'8 bones stood.
"H hat liiatie nim come ncu-r ii unn
x ,i : ' fool meets him the game'dall up.
The- e'll be a deuce of a row all round.'
-I'll go and M'e hlin," aid Walter,
suddenly, bis fair face (lushing crimson.
"I hate to be mhamed to meet my own
bmilifLM if I were a criminal."
, . .. w i ,1.1 .1 iii.iimiimr hand on Hie
your," iiiun's b.and, jiu t aa he wasaboiil
io .start impulsively forward.
-What are you going to say to him.'
lie said. "He 11 wonder how you got
here and vou can tell him you vc got a
he-n'v bet "on Eeiiton. of course, and he
l ie harmed, and think what a
fnliik. a'.ove-be.ud young fellow his
lU"VloM1S7ir tongue. Murray, for
Heavin's salcel" cried Walter, writhing
iuuan.K' und.T' the taunt. "Poineaw-ay
out of fids infernal crowd, ami let me
t! "All right," Mid Arnold, linking hii
arm through' tbat of his companion. "I
tlViek that's an ex,-, ncntphmof yours,
r .r ri.iPn si. John's eyes are every-
Vlnd hobreathul fifily when li? l'.ad
got Walter awav from the neighbor
hood of hisbiolher. f
Talk iiwav, oung un. s.inl Murray.
i,,j,t :n up a "ciirar, when nut of the
immediate vicinitv of so many ears.
'Voa'ie imt gelling frightened, and
iroing lo cave in?"
..i .;.i, i.v Mr. .veil f had r.e.vcr been
fool enough to come hn'', or to listen to
vou at all." said Midler. Mu-riret;cally
l.i I,.,,.. ,.i ul,.-H.fc from SCCIIV' I'hilip. 1
hate' to think that 1 daren't meet hi
... f '
j-l t ir.o iroi.-..., ... , i ...:,l,
lrM.h. 1...0I1." s-sid Arnold, with
c i.i,i:iM.,ied lii.'uii.'. m-e; "uowyou re
, .ii-o,,r i,t-,i ii.e .-.iio,! b.n ot the nlav
Whv in the world should vou fear to do
this", tied, or the other':' W hy be all aid
of a hi ci h r, just because ytci bav had
,!, .. f..i nm.p in Willi" lib' to lis.
,',,' m,.,i it sou) assert vour tree lohiy
V.-i.v .-in., ui.ol.l think vt'.u w.-ie, in the
"Have done with that chnft. jsan
ir i,.,..,ii.i.'lv hot nevei'iifiev
di.' i. i -'.( , . .
fluJiinir n.-!in with anaer. 'Twi-'til il
i.evi r lUtened to VOU.
..'imii'i !iv lh:it mv bov. when
l-'ei.lon leads, p.nd vou can pay those lit
.1., .i. Mu ,,r vi.irrs w.: in mt ibis lni'iKicn
rit.i' l.n.tl.efof vours." t.iid Muiray.
i Yni.r ininil. doll t fipolo
li:i;ii)l. - ........ - .
rri -.i ,.,., ninl see the stin t, ami
have somcciiarupagne; that'll put pluck
'arter'stopped irresolute, and glanced
..i .;,-, l- vil -rr, ti;iet. he said.
Arnold turned on his heel with an ex
ruination of con'.emi't.
... .. i,n. n.i.l mr,l.-e a lielllteilt Coll-
1T", III' 11. ...' I
-t;..,. ..in.l nr.miisp never to Sin ai-l'ii
u....,.i tv-nh a Inuh and sneer that
cre,-hed the lad's half-formed lenoive
rro'-p effectually than twenty minutes
rrY-oni:;;.'.' "Tell him of those other
debts vou said nothing about; young
fellowi'will be vouieg, you know; and,
of course, he won't be disappointed in
you." , , .
Walter turned and strode forwards,
petting his teeth. u.utP ring an oath un
der his moustache, and Arnold Murray
smiled tpiietlv to himself. There was
no need to s iv mi v more, be knew his
man well enouLdi. and went on talking
of the prok.ble winner and toe race
wiiii admirable rid.
And then, ju-.t as they cam' up to the
rn'urse again! the bill ran.', and like a
(lash the horses went away, and a
breath1.' -.i excitement ran through tlw
few moments suspense as the
flew past the eag-r g;izers. past the
grand ;and. nasi the spot where hra
watching with jukk-draw.i breath and
"Keep your horse well in." he said,
laying hii hand on her rein ael half
smiling. "he is nearlv a ex died as
you are. Why. Kriea. f never thought
you could care mucii for a race."
The L.'" ' :-t;iit( tl and g.ce him a ('.eel-
ha hi I to he
ho. -' is h ,
1" she said, juittiii,
brow. "lam I
ding. J'hihp? '
f.iyo::;-.. ' -aid St..
wiUihs.;!,t laiigli, "lavorites never
do. Haw- w:,i bet on him. Erica?"
iP sc:...-eiy nee. I ie riin-s lien.
ard. I'oboviiu' the two wi
led -the o'.'iCi s had b--eu eU far behind
in the j'iie and of : he ( two one was
a b'.v p.iee.s in advanee. And just ti i n
a f'hoi.t V cut up that M-e'llei'l to ;, i
the air. ii'id ilrov.ned the coarser i -
pITs-ioie id' d;.-,l).po)luln'Tlt that Jed
ri . 'in s.'.'iio.
"Wiiii Ii is it, PhPip? hat a ie th- v
saving.'" i '.rii a said, ahiiosl s.ek vw'Jj
lor. bod: n -.
She -' d'-r.(h!y p-ile no".-, ni.d the
hand thai. In i the n ins Uembled. f or
Hie moll.e; '. had l.i, powet loco,e
tic I the ;,!!.; ;e i of Per whole being
0;.' ! at lier, and a .Ji.i.ie
'. nii'l for one b;:, f
tlleil Into an alino-t
( ii:ld no! have bi iii 1
a e;ol-e. f
of I he i ! I '
w iiooinr i
'I iie v a on!'.' just coir-, imi
id t!,i ill thai'., h .i ihroi-n li s
o'l. I', it ,e : I.,.;,'.. in In r in a
touch o ',e:el l v in hi.i
V l.ii ll I 'Ie:
'O i-ii it ."
a shai n
"l'. (cealled Per W itil
pi. in lo herself, b thti
the liie.id of what he
: 1 1 ' : ii n,
n-'-h! 1 1 i..i .
M.i -I ! : i i f 1 1 1 ( lied h
in the saddV
v.ardlv w nil
il'i'l W an eailil at Ojiei
V.I; it t 1 le chnl I lii icio
I'M v and was thctil'.fnl for iifi short
rci'i'it v " I roin obsei vai ion w bile Phil in
oil a b
v, pan s. and in a few min-
hi" i .
I :ifp lo her side.
"I'l it, re
if y u !.n
he wes b
I Invert i4 I
"il, I, Mid I cut
w what lh;.t 1 1
e I'oll!" Ii,,.
ihd try and
or Ilecuug w
1 "i ri, n"'s h"
u a '1
i f .a . la n.elf
i .' Ill biiyhter.
is co roniidcut.
lollll aitswefctl. I.OIhlliLdv
"liet co, i.e. Pricj
wc hail l,etii r ii le
lino ii.e ItiWU.
"Mr. s'.J.ibid-eiieda liiidi
)'"' hi" t coi'Pal of a ( f utM
till lied ilislunt y (o y ,. Mrs.
v. ho had pr-l driven up; ou
i join out
.lohli will do Us the - t
Hy for lunch at t h" 'hi-diui
Heist. oii it ,oK' inn.,!."
I should e.,tcet,i it. a
I'eeiihg." aiiHWeivd I
iea, uire, Mrs,
id. p. with Ids
courtly bow. "but 1 f
will be too tired; we
hi fore iisl"
i ar that my wife
have a long ride
"Oli, no. Philip; l am not Hied," in
terposed l.lica. with a siihinc ;sedi.i''i r-
ness thai only he noticed; "l ow kind
you are, .mis, iieei hf I
shall be !'-
" ' Tt
"And if she ia tit
1 1 1 ", n at
Haul the lady, smi!
much pleasure in
' 'SeUinp; me down.' Mm. Leering,"
laughed r.nca. -i irnvli. is four nules
out ol your wav."
p'plird Mrs. JM'niig.M'i-pne!v. "II'ow
kind ol. you, Mr. St. John, to 'favor us.
,i nere ih mv husband? Dear me. those
men and tin' irb"i.- s.and their bets and
things! Mrs. St. John, I congratulate
v on on possessing a husband who does
not bet at all."
Knea smiled. Put winced Inwardly.
and Philip olieied to go and find the
missing husband, which, oiler win ac
cept oil with mauv thanks.
I, . . . ...... e ... i..i.... I
Ml rneio was a repnevH 101 rui .i.uiiu
nh (liew n long breath of relief. Any
thing was welcome that staved off, if
only for a time, any ipiestion or conjec
ture on l'iiilip s part, ana wnim ne was
gone she remained talking and laughing
to Mrs. I Jeering and her son, who had
just come up. conscious all the while of
the dull tire burning into her heart. She
beard of Ponton 8 tailure ami the prob
able causes thereof discussed, and took
her part in the talk and je.-,ts, and
through all she seemed like one round
whom four walls are closing inevitably,
certainly. . .
Someone touched her habit and sue
turned with a start-how everything
startled her that day 1
Nat I'ovnter stood near, and she
llacked her horse to his Hide, in obedi
ence to n sliMit si 1:11 from him. Porta-
nnte'v Mrs. I Jeeriic' was engaged in an
animated war of wolds with Archie
Proctor, mid tin' crowd had dunned oil
at ouietlv nut a paper into her hand
with a low si'iiken "He bade me give it
t vnu. missv." and then he sauntered
olt'aud the ;irl glanced at the writing
and her heart throbbed heavily as she
v.,.i,i ilu words "He at the south rale
smonvw nr'ht at eleven, lie will be
:i ;,v '"
h'c read and crushed the paper in her
),:on I '.iiirti!i2 it in the Imisoiii ot her
b.ibii nist as Mrs. Deeriie' called out:
-pome, mv dear Mrs. St. John, here
urn the two husbands come back to do
their dutv in attending us; Algy. go
and bring your sister to the carriage."
Prieii luted leT' eyes, lmpeneu uy
mime i-i-unet stronger than reason, to
look across tic- carriage at Philip as she
rude nic ci'd tor an in-taut she met his
el hi, e'ioll. and ihen her own wavered
she read in that Ldaiice a. strange o i
it h' r
a w a
r an anxious nerpiexitv. lieioie
i . rv soul died down.
, .I all she held on earth slippim.
from jo r'' Must :-h''' Miller it al
for i in-Aim-
.. .-.ike of the Vow laid on hel?
ill he wild anzuisn in.u
.., . ..:i. il...
r her. sh" had resolvid 10
thto '.' hrl.-i.dt t.n Ills iTielXy. to hreilK i lie
coil of dd epiiou that was drawing lier
aw.o' sosiiridv from the shelter of his
l,.vc. Aimo t '-P.r. while f he yet paused
on the ihrcs!."ld of that ronlessioii. the
1 1-1 i. hov fe'l. scatieriitg forever sm-h
faint l.-r-"t a nobler life; and wh'-'J,
da d and bewildered, she coiiirt once
more ntl her ew-s to f,r. ic.u.'ht but the
shall-r-d w lec'k of h.ve an-l honor lav
nt her ii-et;" only life dull, perpdiu.l
life- icuiiliM d.
She i:i ed have ;;,d no fear of (pi.'-iion
or en . -me from I'htbp that night,
.'she v.. t-weai v ai'i spent, he saw well,
bvthetiM e tie-, reached h"!ue a'.Min,
and wh.i'. o r f,:- cor e of her i -ii' re
ma; c-r. h'T e id.-nt iiiixn v of late, ll
v.oi.i i is. cruel to put another buiden
on I -T. , , ,
It Uliht be. loo. (kit deer. h;,P!,-u m
his ov n heait lav the diead of an an
swer that would cn.iui.'.e to dut the
i.rejt'ter Icjie Ihr.t had onie to dwell
w it'u bim since he had known her an
aa.v.v cr that v.o.ikl "t.ee more throw
back all th" new born l"e ::id trust be
had cherisb.-l as soi,,etbi:,g . "v.-eet.
so tiiecion.; to learn hmn her own lips
tha' hi - m.iriiige had been a mistake,
that lie e e;!d not make her happy-for,
rvev ro'stvu;-'.'.! of...hi,U" WJ"
that shadoweil his heart. Vet l.e could
not live Pi iihcertfdnt v: he cjnild bear
had borne to have every lihre of love
that, tea'-hed out lo ( lin to some object
cm .bed back on himself; but lie could
not. dav bv dav. rest in a fool's para-
'J o i;r';r,vv !,." would know ufcat
tioub.e ! iy i.j on ,ei-,
'Jo-mo'rou. b,i the -"toT,inrrow''
n.'' r cam".
i ii n i:c ii.
'1 iJ.TMI'.I.K SI WS.
When, that night, lc ai M from Per
bu lie had work lo do. be s.iid, that
would keep him up veiy late he laid
one hand on hi r shoulder, and with tl.e
utiier sui j I b.i' k 1 1 . tin her forehead the
soft hair that fell over it. and her eves
drooped biMp. his. The hce tiiat i .ol,e
so s;ji ril'v in theui f r-rrni d to lead to
her for something she had withheld
she. eouhl imt meet his look; she could
scaicely bear the giaw; and lingering
kks he pri'.-si d on her prow.
He felt her shrink and tnmblein his
ckr-p. and dropped his hand, releasing
her. and his ouiet "(jood-night, Ij-ina.
sounded cold and mea-iii'd, and the
face she barely glanced at was si t and
The sun was shining brightly, jet
early the next morning, v.hi-n Ph'lip
turned down the lamp that had beep
bin iiiic unheeded tor many hour's, for
he I ad not gone upv.airs at all when he
had hni-ihrd his work, but sometimes
pacing up and down the lihraiy. some
time for a few moments reding, he
had passed thos" hours of the early
moi'iiiii'.'. haunted by a dim foreboding
that ah his stiong spirit could not shake
o.'f, Irving to think out some cause
other than that direful one he so feared,
for the change, in Prica; but thought
brought no relief and no solution.
He looked al his watch and found It
to be seven n'i lock, and then threw
open the window, mil i.uflered the misty
air lioin the sea- yet iinwarmcd bv the
sun's rays to blow In and cool his
And. as he stood there, from afar
came the onm of steady, swift tramps
of a horse's hoof ,- nearer and nearer
and he wondered in a vague sort of
fashion w ho this early rider might be,
and w la re he was going.
The sound ciuv closer ami yet closer,
till Philip could see (he horse 'and rider
teui ing down the roadway from King
ton al j pace which would Iry Ihe met
tle, of (my horse, and. with 'a midden
lierslh.it almost sent the ciealnre on
Us haunches, draw up at bis own gates.
I he lider Hung himself from the sad
dle and pu ,hed open the wicket, and
Philm saw--wilh a lien e heai l-tlirob in
which seemed gathered nil the haunting
fears of ihe iiiKhl-that it was Archie.
Pioclor I hat. was coming over the law n;
he si lling to meet Inni, and led him lnlo
the h"ii ,e,
"M. John. 1 am the bonier of fearful
news," Proctor said, when he could
Hpoak. "I cannot break It."
"What has happened':' 1 can bear
aii)lhing but Hiispeuse," miid Philip,
quickly, as Proctor paused, turning
aside, "speak out, I am on the rnck, '
"Forgive me if 1 am abrupt ; there Is
no time. st. John, your brother was
found dead late Inst -night in a wood
"My hi other! Oh. God!" Philip uUig
gored back a pace, catching blindly at
a chair near, his breath coming In la
bored throbu. Only lor u moment,
OCTOBER 2a, 1882.
tlioupli it nil 'lit have bei nlohim hoins,
and then 1 he st' in control tint wai a
necessity now end a hah t of bis life as
"So. thai hi past." he said; "tell m all
now, I can bear ll .
Ami he l ever moved or spoke while
Proctor told hioi in sono,, ,w ,n cents,
how, last night at tv.ike o'clock, a
groom from a hou c some pules olf.
goiiijf home tin m i;in; !oii, had found
the body ol a young ncoi whom he had
seen at the races that dav. Icyiug in a
yvood not far from the pathway; he was
quite dead, and there had evidently
been foul phty, for there was blood
trickling from a wound in the forehead.
but his watch and a tew pounds and
Rome other little things of trilling value
were untouched, lie had at once gone
back to Kington and got. help, and had
the body taken to the Cliesliuut Hotel,
where it lav now.
"I was staving there that night.
Proctor said, "and saw him brought
in. and I at once recognized Walter.'
lie paused a moment to muster Ida
emotion, bid Philip said, quietly:
" V'es. vou saw bim; go on."
"I only stopped to hear the doctor's
verdict, 'and see that th.e 'police had all
the information we could I, and then
came oil' like mad for you."
"Thank you," Philip" saul, in (he same
('an you throw any li-'l t on it. St.
John?" "asked Proctor, after a ..Use.
"None. I did ml know Walter had
lei i London."
Vou won't take il as anv harm on ant
to the ih. id." said Pi.m
von my idea, win
oy er and it!' ' i
youi'u man w ho h
foie ,d his 1.1,1, . i
h Is folllidi'd on s,i!ie
of the Crown . c
d your 1 i..'.ic .
.el an ived the d.o
: ! the i.i. c-. He
he seemed l:ithl I out of spililr, s..i;i...
tinies. andal olh rscr excited. and be
thought he i W iill'-i ! w. is gn-alp, iuter
esled iti Ihe i h..l :' s of the favorite.
He was a L'o.'d deal with another fellow ,
al.-o a London m:.n. and i-i'i.T' the lace
they l.oth sceuinl vei v much .llt out.
lie' heard them, be' llier'ji-t. !i.C"iig
h;;.h words togrther. ami li en lio-v
w i i.i to a champagne s"j ,''.' gi.'-n bv
ooj.g i iie.- huu . :o d ;i!;'i'u .io! s b..ih
hTI the hotel, 'licit was i il I leveti
Philip had listened in pel I'd I silco e
to tills tHTl.lt". li"l a quiver ol lie
ie' a I ) finer ol an cv, i,u. neiravt u
a.i-.uv thai sccmc 1 to him hi"!e b
t 1 bear thai) the kii"w!etL'e of
onii'4 brother's dea'b. W iil'o i . th
licih;,' he hud lo C'l, and w lio had
-( lo elili 10 him. had laded, -n'-.d
empty yet another iiiehe in h.s
Hie more id"l remained to him.
that to be shatteii d t 11" "
loms.'lf willi u (tui' k-eau
1 1 out ihor-e dark thoio.'his. i ; n
were umieiviiitf him. .nd 'he a.
"This man's name- - do on !.:io,
.Maitin. I think, the hoalloid
'.'h.v." Ho vou know anvae it i
Mv brother sp'd.e of an a,
be had in London, who was
Ihe I ',irt..:i race
l'hipp spoke in measured
calmly, as tho'iah (hsciisd,;
ccrvd.iv subi's t; at h.a ; . -
Veil have i iihh n far." h" sani
l ad better ffcit.aill here. I IllU
( -' 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 "
'o. no. st.
leave my h.oise
the quarter to "
. We shad i
hand the ehh-i
had Uisi IneilVeiV lo,. ...i
tin. erst lime the low voice
, i,i,.i I-, i
"Thank ou. Andnc I
hall not for-lhenadde-1,
I toll Knc.i;
Kci your Kinuijcsi-, it- sani;
I'iruini,' to the door. "I mu-l
I shall not be a moim-m.'
"What an i vtraoi.Pmii v u
ejacuhite.l Archie Pioi.or :
closed. J I f is eitlit-r really
the most woielerl ;:l r..dl-c
himself; so passionate as I
m i liat is!"
t he i or
ed ! oi- .a,
was he never showed the s
for the man who has i.,nt
make huu out."
I'.rica. who was up and diesscd.
though yet in her dies iim room, had
seen Aicliie Pnu tor cms-, the hiwu anrj
had wondered what 1 usi;:cs co.ild ,ns
s;b!y brim,' him at thl.r time ot the
morninjr, but asshe pienv he had been
consulting Philip on some littiarv veu
tuieof hiti own. she concluded that he
had wished t.
le r husband bef ue
going back to town bv Hie
ciw started forward.
I hlllp opened the i. hi- and
into the nwrn. but stopped suddenly,
every vestige of color leaving her face,
as she observed the ihane one short
hour had in. ule.
"Plulip,'' she iced, under h-r breath,
"you look I'lia-tiy - what is :!''"
lie took both h'er hands in his tb.cn,
and told, her brieiiv and c ilmivr f the
awful u.ivi (ly eii'ietcl last r.ie-ht.
"ion are Prave-spirited, '' he -.
ami I had no t .me lo hieak this to mi
p'lilly. ih'oi child. I must j;o at once
to Hinslon and see about evei vlhin r. I
must leave you. 1,'rioa. noyc, and
not be home ttiiin lor a b w da.v.s. 1
w ill let on know more eci tainlv in an
hour or two."
IhfKirl had listened (inietlv. a riid
uieueaiior niKhl.lav the vuLtue. uieh
lined horror as one mums sprang like
lisdithinn iiivohiht inly tliioiiv;li her
Vet why? lie had iiioiuised her to
Kive nil Walter M, John. Mip Lad ab-Hiihiti-iy
no reason to thick they hud
been together, and still Ihe two mimes
ram; in lier ears, and dizzily she put up
uie hand to her brow .
"Who -who," she falleicd. "is tlih; -this
"1 know iiul huu,'." angered Philip;
"Icanoii'v conji'clure. I cannot say
more now, there is no time." He pan -en
a second, and added 1 ''.'.' and (piivcriir:
I.V : "Pon;ive me. my poor child, if my
Mfirds. my inaiiiier si em cold lo vou:
there in no lime for feeling now, tln ie
it (inly time lo act."
Lid sonic dread whisper readi her
then that for the lasl lime, he kissed her
brow, lit r lips, with that sorrowful
tciidei'iicsH, that she i Iiiiik to him for a
moment with mndi wild desp-iir In tho
white face tdie lifted to his' Did .some
such whisper reach him ton, that he
heJd hernnain close to his heart, and
whispered, soiiiethin;,' pleading, moiuo
tiling wistful in the tremulous tones:
"liml keep you, Miica. invdailim,', my
And then she wn alone; nlone with
Hint horror settling down, ii black cloud
over her lite, tlune lust
in her ears.
To b CoiUitxutl
A (.'Inciunall liiilkmaii win nrrestod,
tlio other duy, for biting off tho tips of
bin bulky liuiW ears.
lorror L'rowin m the laice ei i s t:i:'rliS-ir lw'Ko
it never left his face; in icy nuinh- L'i' "rf.iH-?",' Al 5
seemed to creep round her heart. -.7. i",'-di i1:?i''.ii
icy stream to chill her veins: above. I 5 ,'r tiy?rri'',vi4fcA4'w .
1 1 he horror of th" del done in I'c 1 -jtfMi&X?- S?
ChilU and Fever.
Hliiiiniuiti I. Ivor Uea
uii.r .eon lirimka thit
liilln Hinl rarrliK tlm
fi ver out ol Un fvntmii.
It uunm wlitii) all ollnif
ri'iin iho l 1 1 1 .
tlm rulliT i.i. il curs
(if llili. il.rirvin-on; din-
ukv Smiiuioih Liv
Tin' IdrultiKir will (iimiilwly cum tliU U.rlblo
iliMiiiB,.. Wc iiHKi ri i iniibnilcully vilmt we know to
Hliuuld net lie. ri L'iinlnl im a (rillhu nilninit, N.
turn (tuiiiuiiil Un" in iritt ri-c'iihirlly l Urn IidacIm.
1 hen fu'i! Mnnthl nahire l.y thlili'i' Sitniininn hlvnr
U.'itulutor. It In liarmluni, nihil uuil i-lkctuul.
Otic or two tiinteHi.uorifiilH will ri'lii vj bII thu
iMulitnH Inclilctit ti) ii liiHi.iiH Huh.., Hio h n Naiifun
P,.ii,iiKi, DrowHlneOH, blhiri.01. allc-r val.tig. s ltl
I ..T liml In, lo In tlie iimiuli.
. MA LA If I .
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hikiiii; It it. lier (if Slinmiiii lavur li''u!nlor In kei:y
tin' liver in bciilttiy itctlim.
HAD HI i 10 ATI 1!
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ti.. rurrcf te.il lv iaUiiij Silinmoun Liver Il'nlktur.
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tiiKii In.lii In" H, ! HI, t'.'liv'.n,; tljij ckhi cli'iit ttl'd
hi . iruin n'.l U.t.tirhii.K.
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mid tin '' ivu. l'mvly ';. tuldu
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lUn.i rt.i" khliey. hifturn the ncliuu of I lie
liver lull.- iiud liulu I le- ki'lneja ui.J Dadkr will
1b1:.'.uh1 i!i i:'eeh,., wlili li atw 'iv br. in
i ,i wru'.er tl.e red '. uialu murk m,d Kh.bntiire ul
J. J I. ZK I LIN cv CO.,
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(Sacred Hk.. liu'.im. IXnJetion and
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