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Beginning to day, as long as they last we will of For,
Our entire stock of men's Teck scurfs divided into two lots
eaoh. for MEN'S fine silk; SCARFS 'new shapes new patterns-
' 'v v;' . '..""' ,
eaoh for MEN'S
25c patterns.T ,'
finest quality silk SCARPS, beautiful new
ACTUAL VALUE 50c TO $1.00
SEE SHOW WINDOW.
lACSkUlK' " TfiE HAND.
III IM klllT ltlHl Has
Take ti. li 1 1. nl "hat a
woiulroii ui.tiMi nit l W, With It wo
give friendly ,r.i.!.rilti 1.1. and grnsp tho
sword, ami c'.lmti tho rooV, uml write.
ami earvo, anil build. It ooustruciea
the Pyramids, and hoisted tho 1'arihe
non. It iu uio tho hum anil then trucU
out of It all tho world'. minstrelsy. In
It. tho white marb oof I'ontellcon mines
dreamed ltsilf nway Into Immortal
sculpture. It reigns In tho
It hold the steamer to Its path In
the sea; It snatch the fire from
Heaven; It feels tho puUe of tho stele
child with Its delicate touch, and makes
the nations quake with Its stupendous
achievements. What power brought
down the forests, andmadotho marshes
blossom, and burdened tho earth with
all the cities that thunder on with enterprise
and power? Four tinkers and
a thumb. A luinilrcit minion uouara
would not purchaso for you a machlna
as exquisite and wonderful as your own
hand. Mighty hand! Tho Instrument
that can bring us honor, lllumlno our
name; or, by ono stroke or action,
bring us Into uternal disgrace. In all
Its bones, and muscles, and joints, I
learn that Clod Is good, Not a finger
too much, which truth you nover real
Izo until nn tico'dunl temporarily deprives
you of the usq of ono. Marvelous
creation and arrangement! Wo do
not,Jly one-tenth, appreciate our bless
Ings, because Ootl Is to good to us that
wo think wo aro entitled to all lie
gives us. Ladles' Homo Journal.
fllvc the Clinlr lams Clisnoe.
"I'Jcaso do' not outvolco tho choir."
Tills, notlco has not yet mado Us op-
pourapec, but It may perhaps be looked
fnr ,v of a comnromlso to tho
moro "aiclded measures recoromeuded
by a corroupondent of thu Guardian.
Tls pc,rou atUtiule.l tho
Moil trvlces at Ry cathedral, and
'when Ha choristers und chapter, after
meeting the blshupi at the west door,
cams singing up tlii nave and turned
'south and oul Into thu procession path
round the'yifs'r, and so out again un
"tier tho lantern, ho duslrod nothing
batter than to l.ton. Unhappily behind
him was what he contemptuously
calls "a voice with a young parson attached.,"
The voice was a tenor; It was
i oven a good tenor, correct In ttma and
tune. Its fault win, lij simply
lta existence then au.l thero. For this
voice behind seemed to All the plaoe.
Might not tho cathedral authorities,
niks the su(Ter.;r, request curates,
women, und ecclesiastical laymen (the
other don't slug) having voices, or
"voices having curatoi," to send In
their names tho day bofore, so they
might bo. penned uway In the north
transit or perhaps eveu outside tin
we4tdoorlf London News.
8a mnnv have lieon curcnl of rheu
umtltmi by Hood's Sarsaparilla that
wo urge all who suffer from the Ul-as(
o o try this medicine. .
" rnst mHt prer Btwtala
wrwy kiiul ol pi,
Is and always lias, been
nriccs. Tlic public lonur ago
vinced too, tliat we never miss the
Here are a lew shots
What Is beauty, after all? Kach oye
makes It for Itself ) think Smith's
lady-love ruvbomw) und h ..U-featured.
JIi calls her n mufiiillueiit woman,"
and wonder what ymi K.'i In yopr little
angel, with buliy fuco and tluy
ktaturu. So it U Mo world over; und
yet we would eacli give something to
bo beautiful after our own fashion.
How the jKiwdero and lotions which are
to bestow upon Mor bilious mortals
skins of autln and snow, anil tho hair-dyes
and pomades nnd cosmetics of all
sorts i.cll, wo need not muutiiiti to'prove
tl.n n I, l.Vfiiiin nlit luilii.tt nni nvin
"" "- ; , , ,: (
liclng mado over, at the oost of half )'
their fortunes. Yes, wo nil want to bo
beautiful; and if only our luens of
beauty wero what they should be, wo
might accompl ah our ileMro oailly.
Meekness uud !or in.iUoull faces
T'liero are plain features ho charming
with tl.o nparlilo of good humor
that we love tlwin. Thoro nre blenv
Ished faces .i hweot that thoy are
plcasunler to look ufton than the most
porfect AK'rnll, itis in tho
that the .vnal mirhii I'us, N. Y.
"Poets uio queer birds." said tho
landlady. "1 hadonn hero who could
hear grass growing and understand
what crickets were talking about, but I
never could get hun to hur mo when I
asked him to pay his' bill or understand
a hint that hod KcUor inovo, even
though it was spokeu in plain Kugllsh.
.-.II I I s I i li -
Tho Boniomronriotor of this lmtwr
has boon subject to frequent colds for
Bomo yeorH, wmen tvoro sure 10 my
him up it not doctored nt onco. Jfo
Cuds that Chamborlnln'fl Cough Horn-
edy is rellnblo, It opons tho
rdHovM tiio luugs, nnd restores
tnosviiicm to n healthy condition, li
freely used, us soou as tho cold has
bttu contracted, and bufom it hns bo
como settled Iu tho system, it greatly
lessons tho attack, and often cures in
a sindo day what would otliorwiso
liavpbeon nsoyeiocold -Northwestern
Hotel KoixJrtor, Des Moines, Iowa.
60 cent Iwttlos for wile by !iuckror
flohool.book Publisher "Hoorayl I
hfivo iouiul Itl Bend u urlnti"' hovel
Start tho presses! We'll get out a now
and revlsod set of school-books! Hoopla)
Superintendent What have ypu
f jund, sir?
PubllshorA now way to pron junca
au old word. Oood News.
Mr. WIlliamT. Price, a .lustlco of
tho peace, at Richland, Xnltrnska, was
couilned to his IhhI laxt winter with a
a sovoro attack of lumlmgoi but' a
thorough application of Cbumlierlaiu's
Pain Helm ouabletl him togotup and
go to work, Mr. Price suys: "Tho
remedy cannot bo reeomiiyiided too
highly ." Let auyono troubled with
rheumatism,- reuinlgia or lumti back
gUfl it o trial, imd liny will hoof the
tsne opinion, CO ivid lHtltles forsale
by JJuekiMr LaYell(JrUKgi(t.
high quality and low
that hit the bull's eye.
VALUE 35 TO 50c.
Is tho characteristic of Hood's
and it is mnuifestod every day
iu tho remarkable cures thio mediciuo
accomplishes. Druggists say; When
wo soil a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla
to a now customer wo aro sure to ato
him back in a few woeks after moro,
proving that tho good results from
n trial "bottlo warrant continuing its
iiw, This positlvo merit Hood's Sar
siqinrilln posuossos by virtue of tho
Peculiar Combination, Proportion
nnd Process usod in its preparation,
which all tho remedial valuo
nnd "J which uu in in
j0 i.)(Tr(Hliont8 lIRod is
Hood's Sarsaparilla is thus peculiar
to it.ielf aud absolutely unequalled
iu Its power as a blood purifier
nnd us ,n tonic for building up tho
weak und weary, aud giving uorvo
Unsophisticated folk suggest feathers
in buck-wheat cakea to mako them
W,'V Tho Futuro Looks Bright.
.. .-l . ..
'UBi" oi tno present situation
of Amorlcan agriculturo forms
a prominent and tho most practical
and va liable foaturo of tho Amorican
Agriculturist (Now York) for January,
iu Which issue this old rnUnl.ln ,i:
nziiio ceiobratos its fiftioth anniversary.
i V i v . " v,il relation to mo
world s fowl supply ia givon, and nn
estimate of American prodnction and
requirements. It is tho first complete
presentation of tho laborious studios
? .'n ifl Da.8' ond ni'parently
justifies his predictions of tho brilliant
lumro mat awaits tho Amorican farther.
Mr, Davis's opinions and data
curry great weight in tho commercial
and agricultural world bocauso of his
oxhaustlvo inquiry of protluction In
Us .olation to population, not only in
the Umtod States but iu all the priu
cipnliniportiiigand oxiwrting countries
of tlio world. Ho shows that
from 180 to 1830 tho broad-eating
IHipiiiauona incmasml 11.1 per cent.
iimiuiowncatniKlryoarea was hut
1J Mr cent. In other words, con
sumption hicroasivl teq times as fast
I ii?,ni iHll hS toU1 w,u,at 0XPf'8
T. ishi i7 Vi ro ""J, lja ,1,il,,ou
li h Athnlfo Price in Tudia, on
Seabwird, nt Chicago and
hi LiterKol nvorngo II ,10 per bushel.
in. price sieauuy dooliuml to fl.UI
n i ii mwrngH m itwi. when exports
had iiinroljinn doiibled, o;id hasklnce
fallen to 88o a4 tin prlc for 1880
Heijco tho probability of nn advnuce
It may bo truly patd of Turkish
sweoimoats that a little goes a long
iiamboo tips are a dolfcaor in Chi-na,
but no school boy will credit tho
A rlieetm snilwtch Is many a man'
oxcuso for half a doseq gutsset of beir.
-la tf ' hli
I remember, O, how plainly,
Jnt as though 'Iwst jrottrrdsr.
How s boy sort girl together
I ssd Ucrtba used to plsj.
Hoir wo wtnjf red through the me ado its
Culling flowers by tbs wsr,
As sho'd list la rspt attention
To e ich word I used to y.
Tbeu we'd sit down 'oeslh the brsnchoi
Ot the mnple nsturo's ooolc,
As we watched the nun'i reflections
Which lie mtrrorsd In the brook.
How iht'd weave thoss Iragrant flowers
In a wreath, with skill nnd ease,
Which she placed upon my forehead
A I knelt upon my knees.
And as with sllv'ry laughter
Rhs would bid rns rile air knight,
1 toll prouder then I know tbnn
A monarch In his might.
How we'd wander In the orchard
With It tree, ao Brand and old,
Where tho ripened fruit bung o'er ui
Like r canopy of gold,
llor I'd climb among the branches,
'.hough rny bend I'd often rap,
Jdet to drop the roay applet
From the tcea Into her Up.
Thou wo'd wander back together
As tho evening shades appeared.
To that dear old eottago homestead
To our youn hearts so endeared.
O, thoto halcyon dys of childhood.
0, thoe golden days ot youth,
Whan each action wui sincerity,
Each spoken word the truth.
Ilut that' many years ago.
Though It seems but yciterdsy
That a bny und girl together
I and I) Tlli. ii vd tit ptsy.
Frank T K- r.ncll. In IlrooUlyn Knjlo.
WHEN SAbLIE CAME..
8ao Wnntod to Writo u Uoaliatlo
John Mldlcy was dald to be a rising
young lawyer. It is but natural thus
to speak of a young attorney. lie must
bo rising all youn,j lawyers uro rising.
Tho majority of them. It Is true,
never arise to uny great height, but
even after life has failed to hold n
strong Itidncuiiiout for labor f.nd for
sucrlilee nil the thrilling promises
of earlier diiys havj been broken,
by old licnrtlcHVt time -it then must
bo a consolation to look back at the
motes dsuciog In tho 'sunbeams of a
golden past, nn 1 to say: "I once was
a rising young lawyer."
John Mldtoy mnrr.tl a handspmo
girl. He found her -In tho summer
time, when he was lishing for trout In
Wisconsin. Tho courtship was brief
and, therefore, honeyed with sweetest
"Hut will you love mo always?" she
asked, of course. "
"Until tho tingels ull are dead," ho
"Ilut you will bo ashamed of n.o
after awliilo. 1 nm a plain country
girl and you uro a city lawyer."
"That can mako no dilTerence, pet"
"Ilut your fumlly is dlingutahcu,
while ray people uio simple farmers."
"Why do you thus persist In arguing
against yourself? You hava grace and
loveliness and these nro tho approval
stamps of nature's aristocracy."
"Ilut your sister writes novels and
sho will despise me. Sho Is known to
tho high society that reads tho magazines
and wouldn't even speak to rno."
"Jenny, your sweet lips should never
utter such foolish words, ltemembcr
that, I am not to take yon to llvo with
iny people, but that we shull set up a
llttlo house and keep it ourselves. My
sister, and sho In a dear girl, If I do say
It myself, lives with my father away
off In California. CVme, pet, do not
n worrying thought to bo tho guest
of your gentle mind."
Well, they began liousekveplng In a
now Hat on 1'ralrie avenue. Ah, uud then
arose the great bugbear of household
government tho servant girl question.
Hilda came first, .She handed in a list
of privileges nnd then took charge of
tho place. John Mtdley had been accustomed
to club life and naturally rebelled
uiralnst the "uucenshlp" in
fringement of a servant; so Hilda had
to go. John appealed to that cold nest
of robbery, thu "foiunlo" employment
ofllco. Tho mistrehs ot thu establishment
received Ills dollar and failed to
Bond him a girl. Then ho advertised,
aud tho vsry first Interest awakened
by the advertisement was u postal card
from tho mistress of the cold nest of
robbery. "I liuvo it number of girls on
hand," sho said. John went to tho office.
"Look here," said he, "If you'vo got
a number of girls ou hand, why don't
you Bend tnu onoV"
"A dollar, please," tho mistress of
tVte coM ucst answered.
"What! 1 gave you a dollar tho other
"Is that so? Well, ns soon us I get
a girl I will send b.ur."
In tho meuuttine, Jenny was wearing
herself out with kitchen work. At
evening, when John cuuie homo, she
did not spring totrard hint like n delighted
child. Nhe would kiss htm
with languid nITJctlon nnd then proceed
to put the dishes on tho table.
"Have you reutl the booics l brougut
"No; I hnvo boon Uo busy."
"lly tho way, do you want to go to
tho theater to-night?"'
"I am too tired "
Maud came after u while and tho
tired little wife sat down to rest. What
a comfort It wns to He In bed nt morning
with no necessity of
cooking breakfast staring her In tho
face. The rich red of lovo caiuo back
to her lips and pusl'i' bright fondness
laughed Iu her il irU uyqs Maud was
a jewel. Hw kIiuii.iI always have a
home. Jenny irav her a dress aud
raised her wnjfv. ii'ii iln'ii Muud quit
She said Unit hvl' s.aler, wlio had just
married a mini at the stock yards,
didn't want her 1 1 w ir t out Maud
was not uccustiiuied t worlc out It
was only by aocidunt that uhu had
never done any work at nil.
The drudgiy ugiln loll upon ma
young w.fe. hlw u I not complain,
but she was really nniiblu to do such
"Itmaki'H uu iii.id." sho said, ona
morning lit ik 1 1. "to read of tho
opposition ! laboring classes.
Why IsV. i ' if ild about tho
hardship h l ' ihose good-for-nothing
.'.' i ' 1 wish I could
wring the if . h . una of tlwm.
Talk to in.' v 'M. vii'csslon. Tho
moro you ilu lor tho wretched creatures
the wor u thtfj' uu'."
"Wo limy get hold of a good one
after awlnU', .! in."
MYft, uud I u w be so eompioteiy
' iu n uowii titter awhile that I'll not
i.- ..i:i. 1( It wero not for your lovo
I tvmlil I't ouldii't "
tin, now- deur, don't cry, I
ixiw hnr I i time you have, but
bo all right after awhile. I'm
iroimrtonut an advertisement In thu
paper to- tiiy I Keep
wo got the wry ghl wo want 'WTO
put It in th h very afternoon. This Is
Thnrsilay, nnd gills out of employment
always buy Thursday afternoon's
Tho noxt morning, just nt breakfast
time, a girl came. bTie was pleasant
looking, and, better still, was of strong
"If I should giro you employment do
you think tli.it you could mako up
your mind to stay with me?" Jenny
"I think so, ma'am."
"What is your twin ?"
"WIipim did you worlc lust?"
'On thu North side, ma'am."
"Why did yon lenve?'
'Tho people moved to country,
"J)fd your mistress glvo you a recommendation?"
"A churacter, do you mean, ma'am?"
"Sho did, ma'am, and hero It Is."
2tr& Mtdley took' the paper, read
and returned It to tho girl, and said)
"Very good, and no doubt you deserve
It When can you go to work?"
"At once, ma'am."
Tho mornings wero pleasant end tho
evenings delightful. It seemed to
Jenny that sho had been suddenly
transferred to another life. Every
household caro had bcon taken off her
mind, nnd her hands had been entirely
freed from labor. She rend books and
magazines; sho n;rnln took up the
study of muatv!, and at evening when
John approached his homo the entrancing
"plcaslngs" of a waltz Uoated
out to greet him.
"I Supposa you nre still pleased with
Kallie?" John remarked, one night
"Oh! I am more and mora delighted
"Sho undoubtedly does her work
well, but sho doesn't strike mo as bo
lug very Intelligent"
"Sho is Intelligent enough to do
work u in I that's all I caro for. Oct an
intelligent girl nnd she wants to read
all tlifl' time. That good-for-nothing
Maud used to mintch the evening paper
ai soon a It came and didn't so much
us think of giving nu a chance to look
at It Just so lougas Sallto docs her
work woll she shall have a home under
my roof, und u girl that doesn't attend
to her business Isn't worthy of a home
"If this girl should after awhile
show tho natural tendencies of the
nverago servant, wo will break up
housekeeping and board until the
bwed Improves. We cannot afford to
give up our lives to a ceusclcss worry.
A bud servant puts Indigestion In her
bread, and where Indigestion prevails
thero Is no brightness."
"Vou are surely a philosopher, John,
l,nt don't you think thore's a way to
shapo a servant to the proper form? I
mean that by a certain treatment sho
may bo brought to feel nn Interest In
us. I don't mean that sho should really
bo made ono of tho family, but I do
think that some llttlo , attention ought
to bo paid her. I notice that you never
speak to Hnllle, and 1 don't think that
tills U altogether right Intorest begets
"That Idea works well In theory, my
dear, but In fact It works so 111 that
you might call It a complete failure.
In Kuropo, servants nro servants and
not 'help,' ns wo hypercrlllcally term'
them. Take In a 'help' und sho becomes
an adviser, and. progressing In
this, seeks to bo a ruler. Let us know
our placo, and from us let Bailie learn
to know hers."
That wns u practical suggestion; but
tho ne.Nt morning, when tho wlfa
glanced through tho partly opened
door of her bedroom, she saw Salllo
putting tho dishes on tho breakfast
table; sho saw more than this sho saw
John stop up, plao.i his hand on Sallle's
shoulder and kiss her.
A few moments later John stepped
to tho door and said: "Come, dear,
breakfast is ready."
"I don't want any breakfast," sho
"Why, what Is tho matter?" ho asked,
entering tho room. Ho found her partly
dressed, lying across the bed,
"Aro you 111?" ho asked, bending
Sho turned her face fromhlra. "Why,
door, what Is tho matter?"
"Nothing," sho answered, with
Then why do you aat this way?
Come, let's cat breakfast. I'm In a
hurry to got down to the ofllce.1'
"I told you that I didn't want any
breokfust." she coldly replied.
"Now, look here, Jenny, what have
I dono that you should treat ma this
"l'lcaso go away aud let mo alone."
"Oh. come, now, dear, don't act this
way; We ;cro getting nlong o well,
and I had thought"
"You hain't thought anything about
"Yes, I think of you ull tho' time.
Como, lot us go to breakfast."
All right If you nru determined to
bo cross have your own way; but I
want to toll you tlmt It's a bad start
Shortly after he loft tho house the
wlfowcnt into the kitchen. "Hallle,"
sho said. '
'I don't wnnt you any longer."
"What! don't want mo any longer?
What have I done to displease yon?"
"That has nothing to do with It It
is enough to know that I don't want
you any longer."
"No, It Isn't enough, ma'am. I havo
a contract for a mouth and you can't
break it If you do I'll have tho Woman's
Protective society down on you,
and then thero will ho ft scandal."
"When will your month be up?"
"A week from to-morrow."
"Woll, see that you get out promptly
nt that tlmo,"
"I will, ma'am."
John wns worried all day, Ills busi
ness scorned to have gone wrong, and
at noon, when ho went out to luncheon,
he found that bis uppetlto had deserted
lilm. "Tho philosopher who said that
no man understands a woman was
right,'1 ho mused. "I thought Jenny
wns the gentlest nnd most consistent
creature In tho world, hut I was wrong.
Hut, perhaps, shu will bo all right this
On his way homo ho bought a bunch
of violets, her favorite Howe;, No
"pleaslngs" of a wuUz floated out to
greet htm, uud Jenny did not wolcomo
him nt thu door. Hue was sitting on a
sofa looking far uway through tho win
dow when he entered thu sitting-room.
"Dear, 1 have brought you soma to
Thank yon," she said, taking too
flowers uud carelessly tossing them on
He sat down itfiide tor. "U9 IQ
h" uulil 'IKS ttuki
BARGAINS TILL YOU CAN'T 0H1N THEM
You .Can't Afford
to Miss it if Money is
WIO red lettor prico of lfiO pairs of
our fluost French calf and Kangaroo
hand mado Shooa iaco and Congress
bII stylos, widths nnd sizes original
prices J5.00 to G.G0.
13.49 It. L. P. for French calf cork
solo laco shoos 5-8. Original price G.E0
32,99 II. L. P. for best Amorican
calf wolt shoes li-'J. Original prico d.00
2.1fl It. L. 1' '-'our custom mado
calf Shoes Original prico ,').00 and
1.49 red lettor prico of our best
mou's 2.00 and 2.50 shoos, sizes 10 nnd
11, fow 7-9.
79c. rod lot tor prico of Men's cop
too laco shoos, sizes 7 to 8, origiual
NOS. 1 and
79c rod lottor prico of mon's good
solid bucklo plow shoos, G-S, original
29orod1ottor prico of mon's best
carpet slippers, sizes 0 to 11, original
99c rod lottor pricoou 30 paiis mon's
host calf box too unlined shoes, all
No. 9, original prices 1.50 aud 2.00.
99o rod letter prico ou mon's cap
too laco shoes, extra sizos 10 to 1 I
original prico 1.50.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SHOES.
51.19 rod. lettor prico for W. L.
Douglas' 2.50 boys shoos, laco and
Congress, 2J to 5J.
1.49 red lettor prico for Bush Shoo
Co.'s best calf shoes 3 to 5 original
3 MAIN ST., GLASS
BOLTON EMERSON --
"I am sorry."
"Indeed," sho replied, looldng up Iu
"Oh. now, herd what's tho uso of
going on In this way? I havo been
miserable all day over your treatment
of mo this morning, and I can't put up
with such folly much longer. If I havo
displeased you In any wsy, why don't
you tell me?"
"Displeased mo?" she. said, bitterly.
"You must thlulc I'm a fool I"
"I used to think you wero the most
charming and sweetest creature 1n the
world, but I must say that I em compelled
to chango my opinion."
"And what must I dol" sho exclaimed.
"I thought you wero truo and
noble, but but" sho hid her face and
"Jenny I Jenny I don't go on this way I
You'll drive mo craxyl If I'vodono any
thing to offend you, tell ,no what It Is.
ra't go on tills way. Tho servant
might see you."
"Servant!" sho scornfully repeated.
"I w Ish sho wus dead and I, too, for
Ho got up and stood looking at her.
"If you have arrived lit thut conclusion
this married life Is pretty well up with
us. I will not llvo with a woman who,
through hatrsd of me, wishes hcrsolf
dead. You may go homo to-morrow,"
"I will go when I please, sir, without
any Instructions from you."
"A lit you'd better go to-night, then."
"Shut up and don't talk to mel"
Then he raved, lie hud not expected
to llvo to see tho day when his wife
his wlfo whom ho' had worshiped
would tell him to shut up. If ho woro
a weaker man ho would go down to
the lake and jump In, but, being
strong, ho would llvo a life of misery.
"I don't cure what you dol" sho replied.
"Of course you don't, but I havo
moioheurt than yon. A man always
has more heart thiin a womun hus.
Yes, I cum what you da I hopo that
when you go houiq you may resumo
your appearsneenf Innocent and happy
girlhood, und, when tho dlvorco has
been grantci, you may marry somo
whistling farmer's boy and again sottlo
down to blissful wedded life. Select
cna ot proper Iguoranco und necessary
huiulUtj, uml yonr pathway jvilt $
sffiOolirr liu'tlt'eVer5 I fa sluTuIiTSliOtr
tsy pit'- of nihilhood, truth It ojXPJ
liSVo ttltemptutlTo enisli irilno. Tlicra
was n likelihood ot my becoming a
great man. Judgo Drown said In public
that I was tho most promising young
lawyer In the statu; und I used to dream
of tho United States senate, and a life
ot usefulness to my country; but all
that Is gono now."
"And why Is It all gono?" sho aslccd,
looking up with Hashing eyes. "I will
tell you. It U nil gono because you
have acted tho brute; you protended to
lo-o mo, to ba a true man, but 1 havo
discovered that you aro a heartless
"What do you mean by having dls
covered thut 1 am a heartless wretch?
What havo I done?"
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"You Insult me!" sho cried. "Didn't
I see you kiss that servant girl?"
Ho staggered buck nnd then laughed.
"Come here," ha called to Salllc, who
had just appeared nt tho door. Ho tcok
tho girl by tho hand, nnd lending her
forward, saldi ''Jenny, this Is my sister.
Sho wuuted to write a reallstlo
servant girl storv nnd"
"Thero, now, don't cry, I did not
put thu udvartUcment In tho paper,"
lie -went on, holding his wlfo la hla
arms, "but sent mv sister who had
ju(1t arrived nnd who declared that sho
must enter my uh a servant.
"Dinner Is rudy," said "Salllo,"
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