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A story that has two sides.by Mrs. Mary Stanford. No one would have fancied, for an instant, that the eyes peering so gloomily in the glowing mass in the grate were wearing their natural expression, or that the curves at the corners of the rose bud mouth usually bore so perseveringly downward. One might not have considered a flash of anger or an old fashioned pout so unreasonable remembering the many grievances of pretty women, but the distrust buried in among the long, silken bashes, and the quiver on the lips, were evidences of a trouble whose roots grew very deep into the heart, and formed a singular contrast to the luxurious surroundings of the occupant of the easy chair by the fire. At all events, it was a comfortable place in which to indulge sorrow or discontent, this crimson cushioned fauteuil, with wide, loving arms, which held so daintily the petite form arrayed in the most becoming of white cashmere dressing robes. And the robe not hastily thrown on for a make-b