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An Astonished Husband.
nY METTIE DIaEKINS.
Charles Lynford was a young
mechanic in good business. At the
age of twenty-six he had taken to
himself a wifo, Caroline Eustis, the
daughter of a neighbor, who had
nothing to bring him except her own
personal merits, whieb were many,
and habius of thrift, learned in an
economical household under the stern
tcachings of necessity.
It was well, perhaps, that Charles
Lynford should obtain a wife of this
cliaraetor, since be himself found it
very diflicult to save anything from
It was not lohg before Caroline
became acquainted with her husband's
fiiling. So could not feel quite easy
in the knowledge that they were
living fully up to their income, fore.
secing that a time would come when
their family would grow more expen.
Rive, and perhaps har husband's busi
ness now flourishing, might become
Ac'3ordingly, one day she purchased
of a tin peddler who came to the door,
a little tin safe, such as children
frequently use as a savings-bank.
This she placed conspicuously on the
mantle-piece, so that her husband
might be sure to see it on entering.
'IIallo, Carrie, what's that the ask.
'Only a little purchase I made to.
day,' said his wife.
W hat is it meant for ?' he anked
'Let me illustrate,' said his wife
playfully. 'Hlavo you a ten-cout
piece about you 7'
Charles drow a dimo from his pook.
et. flis wife taking it from hif
hand, dropped it through a slit at the
'So you have taken to boarding,
Carrie I My little wife become a
'No, only a little prudent. But
seriously, Charles, that is what I want
you to do every night.'
'What ! drop a clime into that now
fangled arrangoment of yours '
'Very well ; that will be easy
enough. A dime is no great sutm
But may I know what you are going
to do with this newly commenced
board If ,
'.ljy'it by for a rainy day,' answer
Charles laughed merrily.
'And what will a dime a day
amount to 1' he inquired,
'In a year it will amount,' com'
monood his wife, seriously
'Oh, never mind-spare the calcula.
tion ! It sounds too much like busi.
ness and I have enough of that during
'But you don't object to my plan ?'
Not in the least, I have no doubt it
is very'prudent and commendable: but
you know, Carrie, I never was gifted
with much prudence.'
'I am quite aware of that," said his
'This ended the conversation for the
The plan inaugurated by the young
wife was steadily carried out. She
wvas not one of those, of whom there are
s. miany, who eater upon a new plan
zoilously, but sotn tire of it. Ta the
present case, shte was thoroughly satis
fled of the wisdom of her purpose,
and resolved to carry It through.
Every morning she called en her lin,
band for a dime, which was forthwith
added to the accumulation. Fre,
qjuently lbe had not the exact change
but would toss her a gyasrter instead.
She would assure him, laughingly, thai
this would answer her purpose equalle
More than once, Charles would
banter her on the subject of her little
savings bank, but this shte boro gaily,
lint these were not the only accessioni
the fund received. TIer husbanad had
early arranged to make an ampl<
allowance for dress. I ay amnple
though I dare say some of my oitj~
readers might not have considered i
so. Butt Carolino, who was in the
habit of making her own dresses
provided herself with a good ward
robe at a much leFS expense than admut
not so well versed in the soIence o
managing eoumld have done.
After cnsideorable calculation, ebh
camne to the concelusion that out of hli
allowance she should be able to mnak<
a deposit equtal to that which sh<
exacted of her husbatnd. Of this
htowev'er, she thoutght it best, on the
whole, not to inform Charles--enjoy
ing, Ia kntieipation, the prospeot of
being able at some time, to surprise
him with .tb. uneppooed amount ol
her savingse -
At the close of every month the tim
box was emptied, and the contenti
were transferred to a sa'vinigs-bank o
more~ pretensions, whe~re int 'rest would
be allowed. When the sums dps
ted liere becamei large enough, Mrs
Lynford, who had considerable buasi.
ness'oapnclty,' withdrew them ad
investod in bank and other stoolse
which would yield a large per o46t
Of her mode of management, bei
husband retaained in complete igno,
ranco Nor did he ever ox p ressand
desiro~toi be iwado acqmuainte d with h
wife' tanagement. 110 was anl easy
careless fellow, spending as he went
enjoying the tre-ent, and not feeling
atly, pprtioulat ooetu WouI the
Atee end of eight years,. darkj
~hti(1( had been unuttsually favor'ed
by prosjority In businees ahd udinters
vupted he altb, his books showed thai
lie had not exceeded his inoimne,. but
omn44i other hand he .bad saved abso,
lutely nohn. Twenty-Sve onti
stood alone to his credit
'RuEnlfg 6 l an4* It
CarrIe?' he A ~Vb ~y ti
credit to myself for keeping on the
right aide of the lioe.,; p, e
suppose you have save4 'iqy
'How much do you think I' asked
'Oh, perhaps, one hundred dollars,,
said Charles ,Lynf9, relessly
'though it would t* gbd many
dimes to do that.'
His wife smiled, but did not volun.
toer to enlighten him as to the oor
rootuess of his conjecturo.
So things went on till at length
camo the panic of 1857. It will-be
remembered how universally trade
and busineas of every kind were de;
pressed at that period. Among
others, the tr4do which occupied
Charles Lynford suffered.
One evening he came home looking
quite serious---an expression which
seldom came over his eoerful face.
Caroline, who had watohed the signs
of the times, was not unprepared to
see this. She had expected that her
husband's business would be affected.
'What is the matter Charles I' she
'The matter is that we shall have to
'Anything unfavorable turned up in
bislneos matters 1'
'I should think there had. 1 shall
have but half a day's work for. some
time to come, and I am afraid that
even this will fail before long. You
have not an idea, Carrie, how dull
business of every kind has become.'
'I think I have,' said his wife
quietly. 'I have read the papers
carefailly, and have been looking out
for something of this kind.' - :
'Do you think we can reduce our
n penses one-hailf '1 anked her hus
hand doubtfully. '1 think we shall
be able to do so. Both of us are well
supplied with clothing, and we shall
not need any more for a year at least.
That will out off considerable ex.
penso ; then there are a great many
superfluities you ate accustomed
to buy-little things you are kind
onough to bring home to me frequent
ly, which I can do vety well without.
Thn we can live more plainly
have less pies and oake, and I have no
doubt it will be an improvement, so
far as health is concerned.'
'What a calculator you are, Car.
rio 7' said her husband, feeling consid
erably easier in mind. 'I really
think, after all you have said, that it
won't be so hard to live on half our
usual income-for the present at
least. But-and his contanance
again changed-suppose my work
should entirely fail, I suppose you can
not reduce our expenses to nothing at
all, could you 11
'That certainly surpasses my power,
said his wife smilingly ; 'but even in
that ease there is no ground for dii
couragement. You have not forgot
ten our savings bank, have you?'
'Why, no, I didn't think of that,'
said her husband. 'I suppose that
would keep off starvation for a few
His wifr 1m'l.
'And in ri es few wnob.' she add
ed, 'busiuess mtagilt ros iu.
'To be sure,' said her husband.
'Well, I guess it will be all right.
I'll not trouble myself about it any
The apprehensions of which Mr.
Lynford had given expression, proved
to be only too well founded. In less
than a month from the date of the
conversation just recorded, the limi..
ted supply of work which ho had been
able to scure, entirely failed, and lie
found himself without work of any
kind-thrown back on his own re
Although lie had anticipated this,
it seemed unexpected when it actually
came upon him, again he returned
in a fit of discouragemoent. He briefly
explained to his wife the new calamity
which had come upon them,
'And the worst of it is,' he added,
'there Is no hope of bettor times till
'Do you think business will revive
then 1' asked his wife.
'It must by that time, but there
are five or six months between.I
don't know how we are to live durng
'I do,' said his wife, quietly
'You I' exclaimed her husband, in
'1ios ; your Income has never been
more than six or seven hundred dot.
lars a year' and 1 have no doubt we
-can live aix months on two hundred
and fifty dollars.
'Yes, certainly ; but where Is that
money to come from I I don't want tc
run In debt, and if I did 1 should not
know where to borrow.'
'Fortunately there is no need of It,
said Mrs. Lynford ; 'you seem to for
get our little savings bank.'
'B3at, Is It possible it ean amount to
two hundred and fifty dollars 1'
exolaimed her husband in surprise.
'Yes, and six hundred more,' said
'Wait a minute and I will prove
Caroline withdrew, a moment, and
then reappeared with several certifi.
cates of bank and railroads abates1
-amounting to eight hundred dollars,
and a bank book in which the balanee
Iwas deposited1 to her eredit.
I Are you quite sure you haven'
had a legacy 1' demanded Charle,, in
amazetnent ; 'surely a dime a day has
Inot prtdooed this ?'
o Nobut two dimes a day have
with a little extra deposit now
thetr. t think Charlms, we shall. lie
abtle to ward off starvation for a thae.'
'I thie 1 owe .to ,yt - ptn4.ace,'
said harlr, gragulty ; thow qqu .
epo s s anlha ,
so ,ad h -a ose i
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once of the physicians and the public."
Coskoo Oures Borofulain its Worst 'orms.
From A. W. Mlills, a prominent and well
known merchant of Norfolk, Va.
[o 11 Main-st., Norfolk, Va., Sept. 16, '89.
Dr. Laworence-Dear Sir: Your Koskoo
as worked wonders in my family. My
aughter has been a sufferer from 8crofulat
inoe childhood. She lost thirty-one pieces
f bone from her ankle, from her arm, be.
idea having ulcers in several parts of the
ody. Whiist in this condition she comA
enced tqking your Koskoo-it acted like
charm on her; under its use the uleers
radually healed, and her general health
reatly Improved. It certainly enved het
uch suffering and perhaps har life. I rl.
ard Koskoo a specific for all soroflulous
ffections. Your Ko-koo also cured roy
rife of dyspepsia, firom which she suffere4
reatly. Sho Is now in better health thait
he has been in fiye years. With the high
stregards, I am gratefully yours, &c..
A. W. ISIILL9.
Koskoo Is endorsed by the best physicians
vecywhiere. Read the following froma Dr.
'lillery, a successful praoctitionear df many
ears standing I. the Old $iorth States
looky Mount, Edgecombe t'o., Sept. 10, '89~
Dr. J1. . Latence-Dear Sir : I have
iced your Confienttsted Fluid Ext~tiofe
toekoo in my practic, with the ha niest eq.p
ults. I find it to be a powerfl's Iiver In.
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lyhttc n evu fess tio. In all diseases of the Liver, SerofbliousA
emedy of immense value ; in fiot, In al
cost. every vrariery of Chronic Diseases Its
ise Is indicated. Hloping you mnay meet
nith the success which you deserve as a
nanufacturer of reliable medicines, I att
Ir., with much respect, your oheatlent. ser.
rant, '1. C. TIL LERY, M. D.'
Koskco Ontes 'Ohronio Iheumati.
Noa'ror~, Va-. Sept. 7, 1869g.
Dr. J. 'P. Lauerence-Dear 8Si : M.g .s
nas receivced so much bene~tfront your wow,
lerfl Koskoo that I cannot. reflrein front
impressing mny gratitude. I had tried al
nest ev~erythi ng without, benefit. I bqliovp
an asincetety, that your Roskoo is 'an In-.
allible remedy for the disease front ..hta
me has uffered, and, so far as I can 1lear.
ass never failed. If you only knev 'the
Emenhe amount of suffering that he has
andergone% then you could conceive the val.
se of such a remnedy as K~skoo-..that surely
mures. The great amount of good it is now
on nogu-Is nestimable. Withtae
ra ud, s a respeetflully yours. ic.,
Mrs M B.A.NELSON.
Read the following flrom bir. Womb!.,.
~r mietisrd6ap Merhan of tbis e,ty,
areteber Il, )g&g,
Dr. Lawee--Dear Sir. To the, sa
umber of testimonials Which ypu efe e
pleasure in adolt o yt oo I stake
reatly with Nervouse De~y aa. eN
[oss of Apetie, &A. Two bttlso o.
too restored me, to health ~ours twrhly
From Rev. W.. U. fisstl bsd le
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enyaelf, andl have a'iopted is use
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