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THE GLOBE REFTJBUO. SUKPAY MOBItOro, AUGUST 1 0 188B.
A FAMILY AFFAIR,
BT It VII II VON WAV
Author oj "CalttJ thick1' ami ' Ihrk lhy."
A IIKI.PINfl IIAMI.
ToninVniiiniii'i mliiit; to vmr to find n
ymmi; Hoiniiii ulm Iiih illsiiinicil ullliotit
lo.ivln it tniM' in din' IIiIiik " tin I l"T N
another. 'JIuivtniM ihii lan oriiiiiHili'iatilM
Mzi', mi 1 cliailiM ii o Hit." tirp iiotMm.intnoit
n tlia iiiiiIImUi ihim'I ii'iul !' I. nski'il to Ii'
llnvi". Kuril win ill. li"Ht I h I'piMli'iii'd uf
tuo men, lii', from ihir nut iuoiImv, uom
equally niixlom to liml tlm fiijjitiw. Tim
tlr.it Slnurico llcrvoy, tlio K.'cii'l l'miik L'm
rullii'in. IIirvijr, wliii, linvlnj? jinlil n wcoml vMtln
Oiiklmrv, Iril In mini' wny n:inni;t'l to lent n
tlmt Itiiitrtci', tin1 imy mi i tlm mini" hail n'ii
to 1)M Ion, l.inliia I., ily mil ii to Illitt'k.tmii
liml icltii'i il to tun ciiiit,il 'Hi" nun n ho
fctlltlil'll III)' itt II it 1 HI. tllO IIH'IT llillll'l'llt ll
I iMiiliii' timt. nun' li.i nnn Hoi'li, lie wiih
III n ru'ft stick. Soloii m ll'iiti'lcn coiilil
iiiiuvnl 1 10 1 ulkTi'iilmtitH from him, no Ioiik
WIIH ll Uttclly lll'1ll."K llui'lllllll, llf 11)111X1,
coiiiIhiih ii ri'Mnlli ntiinlllit of rmmigii
lint tlic lint MnliM lio ton tiTitllr. llimi'vir
uni'cl ii t mj; limy 1 1'. it limy 1k IoiiIiI too
ili'iirly, ltn rniilil unlli Imlilly up to Sir
Mn npiy Cliimoii mnl iinclnlm hinwlt IiIh
kiiii- a mil', ,11c ciiti.il p to tluis" 'I'uilfi'itH
mil In w them tlmt. Im iiiinrixl tlii'ir niiiv
when yn Mil- littii nmri' tii.-in a s IiouIkIiI.
Hut "lint K-xul no.ill tun ilof Ills ln.lt
moiiIiI l ' hImiI, nn I hH cil.vnr hi'Iil no utlivr.
It might l-ring ilnwn li.-iitrlcu U'lt not tier
iiiuii y. 11" uuiilil lnvi,' In drill wtli nun of
tlm wurlil InMrul of a woman over ulin u h.i
holil tiro terror of oxtKwiiru IIh liml oiik
iiitk'l.i to H'll, mIuiuix, Tlmm win ono ous
toin.T for It, hN wllV'. With lii-r lin coiilil
train to iilviiiil'iuo, hut tlm mo'iii'iit hn
hroko liirn for niio'lii'i' tint-kit hln cjiii
iiiinIUv limim' nil ittir viiliii'K"4.
A;nin, tlli'iu wilt that rur-ti'il cluilno ill o!il
Tnllnrt'-i will. Ilci-vi-y emlM cnsily provn
tlmt lloitriiv win lili wifi-, hut In lining mi
ho alio provivl that she liml mnirlixl, uhi'ii
umler age, without Iiit trmtim' nui'ijiit,
iin'l tlm wild tniitii's coiilil ilo utmost ex
actly in they Ilk" 1 with her fortuni'l I'mb.
ulily they woiilil throw him two huiulreil a
year so loin in ho fc pt out of the way.
V'lmt Was two liuuilrtvl a year when wu
Kiiuw that hail he tut ImNtol on liriiiKiti
Homn ouoV heail il'iwn to t.ie ilut, he milit
have lnul ten tine's the nmouiiU Why hail
lis not tiikin thu uiuney ami forcguuu liU ro
voiigul In faet, Jlentrlro's I1i(;1it, altliouh not
cffrcJinl for ntnitcieal retmiH. ivai a mas-tt-rplecii;
a move wludi Itouiul l.er cihmhv
haml mnl foot. Kntii'ii.y he lookol foiuunl
to the thin when rirctiiustaiK'4.8 would foriti
linn to take lln'l'toir -r mail" Ii in. Well he
know thai th niumeni Hnlnee nie-viil Iut
M'lf to iiirml the tnuli to tier friumls, tlm
inomeiit shi) eletteil In iiiiifum lu-r nil llh
folly, mnl filed whalliinnnail lilnm iiuht
1ms iluo to he -, every hliriil of power he held
wuiil 1 U) K -lie. It win, theretore, iiiii era
tlve h should tin 1 lie.i'riee and ri'o'ii 111
Kotiatfoie upon a hmU more favorahl'i to
lier, Helleetion mnl the rnk he now ran of
losing everything made him illi'Iim-l to I. over
liKdemanils. lie would take flttii'ii huu
ilnil, even n halt of hn wife'. Income, and If
hIis wlsliitl It would enter mt 11 regular
ileml of Jiulk'inl sei.irntioii. lie would lie
hllent o Ions n.i thu money win paid or mj
Ioiik m it fiaid him better to lie Kilent,
What if ho piMf out that liu win dead and
waited until him had 111.11 ricil ai;ain Then
hU nway would ho supreme. Hut to gain
thisadv.'iutiigo ho limit llo silent. It might
I hi for yearn, anil in the meaiiiimu must
homehow make a llviuaf. 1'erlinps, after her
former ex'rlemv, she Mould not marry
fiRiiin, Any way the state of his uxcliiquer
put a veto on the wditin;; seheme.
He exju'etod no unextertul help from her.
Ilo lookwl for 110 merey. He ha shown!
none. He had hunted her life; rohlml her
years of early womanhood of their sweet
ness; he had trailed on the roin.vico which
Jim ill the heart if every VHine; girl, then,
for iiieinimiy nirji-i, ha I turned and
crushed it out. He lrul shown her, nay,
hud, ill brutal w 01 di. told her tliat In) lia.i
luairleil her to luiso money In ord"rtosau
himself from the penalty due to Id-i crime.
He well knew what he hail done, and know
in? this ho had not ein ventuied at at
teui tiir to caji.Ki hi'rwlieii twey niea'iirnl
strciiKvli al lllaektown. Iluifel I n-n neediil
thosteiu sei of In r features the seorn of
her maimer would h.to tol 1 lum tuat he
luid no mei cy tn t'XiH.i, that it was a duel
between the two.
Hi'liuiM lln I lierl Ah the months went on
the necessny of thi'liii her Uimiiu' moiumnl
more ohvio'is. He liml, after 111) manner of
a gambler, who feels ihat imy hour may
In in;,' the (,'ii-nt stroke of luck, liviil luxuri
ously. His mom v iiad hy now sodlmilinlied
mat nu saw lie inu-t shortly ilo one Or Hireo
things, fluil llenirli-e, t-iun mouev orstaive.
Thu His, I ho most deMiiiblo ixiursn In
every way, M".insl iuiH)Sible. ihi had
iiiailu. both in (i-rson nnd icirioiilv. Mich
inquiries nt Ktr .Ma.iuav's home us could b
lua.le witlout eX'iiin; loiumi'it mid sus
jiie 0-1. Ho lrul e.en been down onci) more to
Oak ui'V, ni'ii llie Ta hurts, but had leaine.l
uodii.ie; to li'i alvantie. Socouis) iiiuii
Iht one ri'iild not ia counted Umiji to meet
Coiiikj iiiiinlin' thrw, if the simplest,
was the moit lmple.t-n it, so lo was eon
fctrained to adopt numb ! two; ut least, iro
vLsiomillv, Itcfora his ilisgnicn Heivoy had occasion
ally done, somo wmk for illustrated pciiod
tails As this bianeh of his Into profession
seemisl to olfcr liilil the liest chanej of hui
plying his neodi, ho callnl upon two or lluxsi
jieoplo whom la) had know 11 m former days,
and who, momiver, kii"W what had caused
his protracted nlwnc '. Ho simply said ho
was auxioin to mdeeiii tin past, and lioed
for a helping hand. Selll h in tho woild U
supsjsod to I', th -re are 111 my willing to
help a fall ai man on to his leg-, Hurvey
received duj or two promisos, which might
or might not leul toremunenitive work.
The mouths passed very il.-.iiuilly and
drearily for the s'conl seeker, Krunk Car
rutherH. 1I) kii"iv not w hero to turn, where
to look for ltentriee. However, Im was let
ter off than Hervcy, for ho hud direct Intel
lieiicofrom Iwr Oiks) n month she had
written to her uncles, but her letters gave no
clow that could lw followed. They Isiro no
aildrv's; thoy wuro jwsto! In J)ndon; tlioy
inentioiKsl no placm, not oven a couutiy.
Hho said sh.i was living ail rxroooingly ipiiet,
calm lifu. Kho longul to sisi dear old Oak
bury again, and wondered If it would ever
bo her lot to do so. In each letter she ro
ftretUsl the nicislty for the step she had
taken and hopnl that if ever her uncles knew
her true reason lor it they would forgive her.
Hho trustnl, nevertheless, that they would
nover learn It. The only hints at locality in
any one of her letters worn that 1J10 men
tioned that the vcather was bitterly cold,
nnd also that she sp ml much tlmo studying
art; was, indinl, learning to paint in oils.
Tlno letters lli'i Is'rt, who felt sympathy
forhIsiinhi, sent on to l'rauk, and I'lauk
perused them again and again, endeavoring
br t'" IlK1'1 llu lul ' R'dued to lead lotweeu
the lines. And thu inoin he rcud the mora
niystllled ho Ihsuiuc. If .Mrs. ltaw lings' tulo
was tine, thoio was something whleli Her
bolt and Horace never could, uocr would
forgive; yet llcatrim wrote as If forgiveuesa
wus not an liiiKJislluliy. ilomner, it
Htruck Frank tlmt her words exonsisi'd a
iloubl 111 to w Inth-r h"r uncles had learui
(heiis'ison for lur ll'ght. " Avium hIumiMIk
fhidlierl Wain should ho learn the uhciii
He "arilnl her lplterH In vain for his
own nam", t' r any niessiigo to him. Tlm
omission troubled him, not lsicav.su he
thought himself forgotten, b'lt licc,aiiu it
showed him that lliatrico felt them was a
fate, which uothlngnaill overcome, keeping
them aistrt, rs her lotim-a gavo him no
Had holieoti miMloinaiiriank ( arnilhers
could nmer li'ivu lsune tho-o moiillisof sus
iwnse. Hut he was hard, very I arl at wotk
on a winaid bisik. Iklleve me, a man iIium
not Willi) his worst when Ills heart Is sad, A
delhlency of the gastric Julio or 11 ni'ra
Imudancuof llthlu mid may lulu a iiuuni
work, lint not nrcosunt'lly (jrlrf. 1'ootlmcha
may 1'iovo fatal to iusplr dlnn, lint heart
ache neisl not. Koiondltig the ap)virauca
of his Hist book, which had for somn reason
Imii ilelayisl, Frank was busy with a u
Almiit that llrst Isiok, n. satlrlcat, iienil
political novel, which, by the by, inadn 11
(treat hit,. Mr. Can tubers, like nil now writers,
wasimim. vonsiiiil fidgety uxn young Inn
band wIhno b'loviil wife Is for tin) llrst Hum
about lo Incieaso the population. ()i:u day
it struck til in that Hie great, wink would lie
mom taking If ndnruisl with Illustrations.
He im nl lolled his Idea to the puhllniets, who
i lit iigns'il wltli him, 11 Iv milling Hint six
ii.ll-page illusttatloin would cost no ninny
lniii.l", nn i'XH'iie tl I'vdid not fis'l JikI.II'sI
111 lueuiiing. Hut If Mr. Carrutl.ers Ilk" 1
10 Is'iir the nut, well mid good, l'rauk, who
had money to ipiri', m d he would seo for
how much ho could gel tlli'iu don".
He railed lllm a fr.end. n Mr. rieM, who
knew all alsiiit MiH'li nmiteri. mi 1 itupti
where lie could Dud Inn Is com"0 '.1 ,
not lisieodlv. All I till frlen Iiti ir
Im one of those from whon M urleo II
had h"ggP'l n hilplng hail I. No it 1
ms'ii that tin h'Tlnalter-'ui'ii ionod 111c
belwis'ii Cnrritlnra nn ! ll"rviy wn .
all so-cnlhsl elianc 1 11x1. i
back to its en e, ipt 1 in 11 nl
111. hill II. is hiinl to soi hoiv (111 ;j.
have hat p'n ' I ottierivisp.
"There, a To low Oallnil iln inrtn '
two ago," sad Jlr V dl, "
down on his In now ! ml
"Can you iwimi .. nl hiuif In...,
"I don't know that 1 can reconrnm 1
but you may give him a tr.al. 1. .,
himself Henry Morris, I Id's down 011 Ii.
lurk 111 1 said."
"Writ" him a lhi" and ask him to call o
me," sail (Jariulhers, who llkrd to help me
down on tln'trluck. "I ho devert"
"lie' i Im'ii idle soiling 1 can't say. I,o
hero, Cariiilh'is, make him do the drawhi
nn approval; mid if I wero you 1 wouidu"i
give any ni'iiniy on account."
"Si'ii 1 him to nn mnl I'll talk to him."
Carrutlnrs was just leaving the room when
his frie id called lum back,
"I say, t'nriiitheiN, I'd N'ttcr tell you,
thon you lam't say I didn't. This chap has
lieeli in iplisl live yenri for forgery, Hii
name's Maiirico Ilcivey. I suppo ) Id's out
now on ticket of leave. He tells tun Im
miiim to 11111 straight foi the future. Jfnw
you know all ills. lit It and ecu p. ease your
self." The con.npi'iic) was that Carnithers.who
held thu Miuiu Imlii-r as him with "the harp
of divers tones," resolved to s.n) this Inan,
an I, moreover, to treat him as If l.e ha 1 Hn
knowledge of his antecedents. He win glad
to help any cue back to tin stra ght patli
Cnnulh'Ts, who haled the bother of cater
ing for himself, siill lived at his liotd.' lie
had ti.kc:. all 1 lllee in n quiet stivct some
little wnv oir. Here he spent Ihegienter
pntof th) day. writing his new hook, cor
ret ting thiw) dellglil fill objects, the proofs
of a llrst lmik, or thinking sadly of Ilea
trice's nnd hisonii I '. Tills nlllro was on
th" tlmt lloor nnd npproacliel hv a sti'epish,
sin l;.h: Ihght of unnirji le.l stairs.
One morning ho hianl feet on the stairs;
heard Ilium stop oil the little landing in front
ot the door which bore his mum. Some ono
knocked, mid Flunk shouUid "Come in." To
li.s supieme nstoiiMinient in walked thoinau
who had demanded Il.atrice's address and no
outraged oU WluttakerV sense of dignity .
"What do you wantf asked Frank
Horoy exiilalnoil that Mr. Field had
written to h 111 and instructed him to call,
so Oarrutheis knew that the man who was
so anxious to llnd out llcutrico was a lorger,
felon mil tickol-orieave man. He rniied
his head and coldly scrutinized his visitor.
Ilervey mull that mniiiotit had not recog.
Tiiz :1 him. Ho did so thou, mil knew that
tho rueognitloii win mii.ual, All question
of the original purpose which had brought
nbout thii ineeiing tado.l from the mind of
each man With each lieiitrieo was tho ou
"Will you glio the address I wantoJ
w! en last we nietf" asked Ihrvoy eagerly.
"I will not," mnwerisl Cirruthers shortly.
He did not this tune ins ,rt his inability to
ablign Ills questionor, liecame ho was 1111
willing lo ismiess that lteatihv's presiuit
llshlo was a so ret kept even from her own
trionds. Ho i ad also made up Ins mind that
nothing should Icmiit li.m to ink thii ox
isimict a sin 1 question. An attempt to
get at Ihe tiulii tlm 11 h such 11 medium ai
Hi s would Ui a ilehrail.ilioli, an insult tothn
woiuaii ho iovnl,
Hn visilor took the blunt refusal very
badly. Thu ti lit ll 1, that .Mr. llervey's tein
Isrwas not improving, or ra'.herhis com
itviiilofit wm, noiu a sustained i-ourso of
t Lais and whiskv aril SAater, crowing lllful
iii'l niteiniitton!, II-syliH, t'anutli 'i-s had
a way with li.m wheh was part mlnih in I
latingti lli.se wiio Ij'tti tl e ninloi tune ti.
I'lariil wih lum. On ipivi. in is. mot
11 rvev had foiirnl it aim. si more than ho
1011I1I put up with. However wiih iheex
eepti ,11 of slap; lug his hand on Ft 1 nk - table
im rontrolleil lumsili for ih p'-i ."lit
"I must' ins st up a lour telling me," ho
said; "I li ivn lo 111-tk - c 1 impir'ant business
coiniiiuuicatioii to Mis, (..-iiison."
Cninitliers imilivl oimrcmptuouslv. "Her
trusiis'-, tlm Mo-sra. Taltieri, of (JakLury,
niauag'Mi-s t'lausoiis taisiue-s, I lsnieNe.
Or 1 011 inilit. 1.0 to tie latnily solicitor,
whose nam 1 will gno you."
"My business is ot a piivnto nature. I
demand tins addict,. 1 ha vo u right to ask
t'nrruthers shniggnl his slioulders, cliv
vutol his eyebrows in true Tullurt fashion,
and again s.-uilisl that irritating smile,
".My good sir," ho said, "cannot you tin
der.stan I that I ab-olutoly refu.si to gratify
you I . That n gt'iitlouiiin is not JmtiHod in
giving ovciy one who asks it a lady's oil
ilrcsst (lo to tilr -Valngny Chiinon, ho ts the
proper person to apply to. As to rights, 1
am certainly within my own if I ask you)
leave my I isim. No doubt you sis) that tho
business which gnvo 1110 the plenstiru of this
visit cannot lio can iod through."
Hervey ncowled, h sitatod and then xval'ied
out of the lis mi, lie was wise la so dying,
ns he might have said moru than lioiulendisl;
and a prcinaturu dl.sclosure, Induiiil, a ill elo
sure at all, of tlm truth would entirely ruin
hncloudrvl pro)i'uts As, liom lack of j-o-lltoui-ss,
or Hurry of discomfiture, he left the
dtsjr ajar, Carruthers rosoand walkul across
th 1 room to elosj it. Just then tho door
1'iieuul and thu two men confronted each
other on the thrtvdiold.
"If you writo to Miss Clamon will you
give her a me'sago from met" askod llorvey
with form! civility.
"That deH'iids exactly upon w hat tho mes
sage may b')."
"Will you tell her that, I cnllo I on you and
said the matter could now iw easily ariango.il
There's no hum in that."
"Tiiero seems uouc. When I writo I'll give
"You'd liettfr mention my real name. It's
not Henry MorrisIt's "
"I nm acquainted with yonr real name,"
said Frank, with lurfi-ct nonchalance. Her
vey grew very angry.
".Now, I wonder who you may bo," ho said,
"you who w nUi to her. I'erhaps you're swivt
011 uach other, and bsik forward to 11 happy
marriage." An Incautious remark of tlm
rogue's, yot ono ho could not refrain from
making; nor could ho refrain from eyeing
Carruthers tows) how the shot told. Hani
ns tho clfortwns, Carruthers preserved his
"I'crluiji-i so," ho wild carelessly, "I can't,
lumover, Imagine It can Ih of tho sllglitest
Interest to you." The scorn ill emphasis laid
on the hist word fllcktsl Ilervey like a whl.
''I'erhais sol" he eihocil with his mocking
laugh, "Ha, luil doyou thi'ik I'm a fooW
Do you think you take mo In with your
sttidl.sl easel lloti't I know you're dying to
know who I am and all about mel"
"I know 11 giKsl deal already," said Frank,
in scathing tones. "If I felt any wish to
know moru 1 should apply lit Scotland Yard
or wherever tho pro)r oflloo may l."
1 This taunt was iiuiro than oven tho most
amiatilo ticket-of-Ieavo man could iHioxjK-ct
od to let tun. It llnlshul Ilervey entirely.
Ho boiled over. With tin) violent cxpletlvu
' which Invariably iiccomiali!oi such uu net lio
struck out lull ut tho spanker,
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