COUNTRY GIRLS IN THE CITY. They Look for Si.ciul IJI'o AVIii. 'a Tin y Can West Knjoj- at Home. "I have heard country girls talk of coming' to the city for cmpiovmeru,' says a ladv writer in the Cincinnati Coimnereial-Gazette, "and they have given as one reason that thor wanted more social life. Well, that is just what they will not get. The woman or business busi-ness is not a woman of leisure, and she has no time for society-, fcho will find more social life in her own home, even if she be a worker, than she could ever have in the city, and there is no lonc-someness lonc-someness more absolute than the loneliness lone-liness of a stranger in a crowd. Salaries Sal-aries are not larjfe enouph to permit of such relaxation in the way o recreation, recrea-tion, and after the day's, w oak is over one is too tired to go in search of enj, ,y-ment. ,y-ment. ! "In the country homo, in tkese days, I the daily papers and miisa.Ar.ar, come, j so that one may keep in touch with the world, even it she be at one aide of the j bustle and confusion of city lii'o. The 1 fashion article tells her hoy,' to dress I her hah' and make her rmwn; aires lieu- j the latest notion in small toil, t del tils, j Few towns are so small that .hey have : po public library, where all the new ! books come; and the lecture ami concert i are not infrequent in visits. Railways i and telegraphs hare brought the corners cor-ners of the earth together, so that -one is never far from the center of thiipps. j There is occupation, too, for the u iris ! who stay at homo, and pip'ti.-uiaiiy ; those who stay in tho count ry. lia not j thronp- to the eiiies ia aeareb ,,;' employ- j llll-llt. for .you will be ii,.oliied to Ui-ap- j pohltmellt.''