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! " SELECTED. v , BcsRoujiE. rntsTOsr. 'Mns. MiTii.ni WiftfJ was, vefy.'cs-raable vefy.'cs-raable Jitltcrwdoi'ana uiwk-l IioukkecMr, iindflii ulUelied Avifo and mother. There seemed to be muhiug that need make lur nuhiippy; J Hr hn.rt)and,jvu4,in excellent bushiess?:aWt lioth rca'dy'Tunf willing to proyhib ohythiiig; she fon& reasonably demand: Vet Mrs. Wart Was not" altogether alto-gether happy. It has beeniaid Uiaf thereis nsJci-Icloo iucrery house. 1 dro say it's rery trdo: At auy rate Mm. WUrc liad one, rid4ft was Jealousy: Yes, tlje gf Ci-eyed iUonr s(rr oecupietl n place by the heart ot the pour woman, who pcrhais ought tather to be pltlcd than blamed for It. otthatMr4 Ware fumislicd any 00 towioroEthja jealousy, fa tho!paft,S)f his wife On thc.outrury.ho was rerr cir-euwpWmtllicouilact. cir-euwpWmtllicouilact. Jle was thefc tiuies auiajffd by Li wife't suspicious tendirtify, but, meu generally, do; felt Battered .also. i going. to-ttlatc the circliroi'tauce, which did nwre than anything clso to euro Mr AVare of her ridiculous; folly. .x "$1 r? ra Mrtt'are, at the Supper-table, "law, going ton political njectlng"tlils oveidhg aud may not be athometilUate;'' "This IsrlhV i0pria. ix enog,jott:riiive jeeuflut, James' said Us wife,"iioatfiig lustttlluld " . "1 have to oiakc- a Itttlo sacrifice to palltieu, jouknw,' , "1 wlslrl could tiiink it were a sacri-acciaid.Mrs.VaJe.. sacri-acciaid.Mrs.VaJe.. , "Of course- it is, my deari?' , ' "I hure idmctiuics thought job wanted tq get rid of my society," ,. "if you for so. I' iivill .stayathbuie, tlioqgU J really think you are nT little niUy." ' O, do;tUWyiarjiOnie,,6lt Biyaccount." ffAjter iv. ljttlev uiwewmyeratiou( Mr. W arc and his wife parted vo amicable tvrutsL H wasonly abouhajf an hour after that Miss Jerusha irlwiukl called fnJ'A'--a mlimtK?.! ?-a ' I must stop a few toomcnls and ties. "'J-V." JerushaSht'wns wf Bid maidfamj hal bceu for the last ilfiecu i Ugra1erul'5bSSVtemra1i eld jfiL bur ? fWlrttiXalAWug old 1 vS2-iU HbUU' Such was y cbncrsaui.;wjth alLtbo igosslp4 of kr set, particularly if.' any jll reports were afloat,,, A bird of ill tiieti Waa Miss JcruilitL. Ifottiing dciglittd her We lhau to excit? jealousy, unit distrust and jicart-Ijurniugs, It was sai(tliat she bad .broken up at lcat, seven watches, and, 1 ilarii wy.it i.pjiWtra Such was Mrs, Wattfi visitor. 1 "My dear Mr Ware," said she, w)th great affability, 'I thought J't Just call tn 1 Went.afong; 1 can't pass your tlodf without Wnnting to take look t yon." 'Thatilt yVo, Miss Je'hiihai I am itrj-glad itrj-glad ,to see. y on."' , , ' l wonder iflyofli Jiate bcaVd of-that'! avTalrof Jlmghato and bis wife. ' N'6. -' V 'Todr(t(irHft'me..''Wl'r H' Ml 4bdot "Wiiatlmsliappened!' seeini'liii thrns'oul fff')id' ovt"pVrfect! tyrant, and fiyrwrito, anil jio on.-to -sns twcinti3llicr'', v n , V Wfiaf ha sWdoneK . , & - J "TfytftCtibi! MrswVV; that hcflitals w wlrci1eikif her with i hokcK- h . J,norribW, btittloyori.thliVit-($ 'ifiicf t. Ca'n'i Htm f& , V ,V ;' iVojmlgto6 t1uifltaWy.; g&far as tcaii hear' tlierfe Ritrtllio p, ddubt ftlioot Jf ,reopl generally fir? slirprfknl, but 1 iH'say'that'IB);' U you. eu'r'ttotlccil, there's somcUitog tViriir,lBlj cxpressioii of lis eye.- Aslong ago4S I? became ne qtiatnted witfi litoi, 1 tiSflced it, and says 1 to sister Marli;ays.1y I don't like that toai.ru eye." ' . " ' :-i :-i ,-'VclI(lt ma),'be s0j but It scents hard . to heltete ' a ' " , , , 'ptpend ti()oir it; my dear Mrs. Ware, thd world Js wdrse th'att ydu thmt for.A great deal worse, Dr.yoa recollect ; how suddenly. iTortescufe Jeines'went.tfj Europe lately"5 " vt . ' '?Ycf, It, wits .ona'ceoant of 111 health, I heifrd' '' rc . '" .. . . 'Aliehi !' that's" wliat Ittst parents sitW GttVrcjior't.",' v -- "Well, waui Wnol" A, 'yiish't fit - Of burse,not:,'i:;Ta!ic about hiif health b'cliu yffl(ctcd;.i I'll , t.ell yoii.:whatit 'wis;f;.-l'hcy ilo .'whisper1; arid X bqf yon won't.icint from mt jiocause 1 shouldn't wiinV to,gef 'tlijo. 'ill jwlll (of ;thrf famil.wlhe do'saf that'fai'tirar dttcO ,?tl n'a!forgcry btfhis uncl;.- Vi'' .. ... "I an ltinAwiitU. 'tho'tjase.''', irf, J.'IlumpUai.lo.tlidt,"Igutss jiiJ. hasn't liecii lirosli op.sd,wcll as-hquilght tc; ItU ntdthvr has always- becit treakly irtt dnlgenf; and doesn't know. h'oV, to bnng up chijdrcii as they ought to: W! 'f . Mrs Ware ngaittcxprcssed her " regret I'd what .ho had heard, i'JBut.5l!ss.'J6.i' rnshii.Iiad.ionictbiiis.ioo're'.ln store' for her;r;"; t ..jy r-"l don't mx -Mr. arpsahl tho spin Her,J tdokhfg abont irej!iiiquiriiigiy, 'r ,;Nor;-fie;liasrifohe.,6ut to'sneud the f ;;JJf niale;it ratlir lonely for yon sdgitesfcd "Mfss'Jenisha. "Vcs It docs, but I suppose1 1 ought' not ih. complalft, tts.Jfie" has gd.no to 4 o-litrcarihcetiifg, o-litrcarihcetiifg, uiiiiydu know sery. gddli citizeu ouglit to take, att iutcrcst In noli "tlca: ' s " .'So he's 'gdiVe to a polittcjit "meeting has hef 'said thephistcr. "Su he lold vur, -iwA as ho was iroinff out." . h "lie. went loorie. last night too, I sop pose." saiA Miss Jtrosh. , ""Aw, buV;)iy;doydii ask?'T "x , ..'.Oiioihing." siild ;the .sp1ristcr,'purt in'gaip her Hp$iu a-wy'that waslntended la',niitk'6 fra'WVris 'litiiilk ftQ;cotitil tell a, good deal 'if, she were only urged to jV' : c -' ; " JJu't Xam snre- IC"fs1Viuclhtng,, sat Mr.' Wrcr now .b'cgiim'ing'.to iavar;aiix-;i6u'forloaulg.,' iavar;aiix-;i6u'forloaulg.,' f', f' ,lI tlarpay 'It' otjiingofi!ny'Tcorise-qiiciic.'J otjiingofi!ny'Tcorise-qiiciic.'J said' Miss Jcrusbawitfr o tlittle siguifrckoii.' " "At. any rate UVsonAethirig'' that' I ought to hear," said:Mr4.,Waro. "I hh sist upon your telling; me." . "Where, ignorance Is blisstfs folly to b'e'wUiv? "saldiMiss Jerusha, in a tantaliz- "1 don't think" so) I always waat to kiiovl!jqworst;f "TheSvorst J , I am afraid you are mak-? mak-? ig too much of It, Anil after all it may havo been perfectly innocent. Yes, ' may" ' Thcsolast'Uf&Afords werc uttered lt1 sncho tone, as If Miss Jcrirsbn' thought j theehnnie about one in a huudrcd, perhaps i one in ninetyr that it tliOuld have been in-1 inoceut. . 1 I "llut, Miss Jerusha, I entreat you to' tell me. You are making mo perfectly I inferable by your silence. I am sure ij 4han'ts1eep any to-tilght, if joa ilou't tell ) mo all nJiont it." : "My wor dear," said tlie spinster, com-I)assiouately, com-I)assiouately, )'l am afraid, you wouldn't I slefp after hearing It." Of coiirse this excited a tiolent desire dn the part of 31rs. Ware to hear the disclosure. -Miss JJeusha fct leiigthicon. sented;tdgratlly her-. ' ' - ''l.ast'cvenhi'shri said,Nr4I was luvlted to go Into Vintou with a friend. We ordered Jces, and while we. were waiting forjthcui v'e bq;an to )oot'bout fa to, see if there were any whoni we knew. Who should Mce at a corner table, but -rtoa.r..U "lX Por friend your husband and a young I Aiiy,r Was she prettyr gasped Mrs. Ware. ' l'fy," was i Miss Jtrusha'g emphatic response mil it is tt-orthy of notice that r tii' was the oidy time' Aliss Jernslm had lovcrjncknQvirledged tlie beauty of any of hewtexy . ;-"DJd hoWid lis appear attentive! said Mrs. Wade, in a halfyhokea voice1. "cry much so' was the satikiacfory reply- "1( I hadn't known Mr, Wijre Wifs yoiir husbantl, 1 (.liquid have supposed that it was his.wife or betrothed," I'out Mr Warel She began to hare an attack of jealousy of the most violent ilescru tiou. "loy, vou are nmlte sure it was Mr arcT iho said, "yddbftbt.ijfit.'' ty , '0, 01 And Jkj tc4d me so Innocently thaho was poly going to a political meeting . ' . , - - , "fdaro soy. Ybu'cau't trusl meh, uot even tho besrof theiii." '' - Aoa he sald:U)-Bighth6;was!Boloff to wpoliUMrmcetingauw -. - j ' "M'wi Jernsha, I must'nnd will sco fot Toyteir. fetid Mr.' WAttt riB N nVhat, would yoa;dor-, '" "'.V' ( '10ft W VintoftV Will yoa go,, with me? lfeel that; I shall tited to have 4 frfehd-with md." t i 4i'es, tiiy poor: friend, 1, will go. From my heart 1 pity yon aod If I tan 4o auy thlnj (or yon, oflly tcH mc whit H' Ia" . "You are very kini!" said Mrs- Wore; sdhbilift. "I will Jiut up jny .things. and bdrfghtdown.' r " ' ,fr;n Tliy. Started; one; of.lli party at Ifasil beiiig In a Trry uncomfortable frame of miml. Atf MrsL; Ware Jived-on.:EsseJr Street, tho walk:;wa notH. vry long onev iTley w,cnt -Into ,Vhtto'fi 'passed thrdngh the front shop, anil tfeka seat fttitho bock partf- . v;' '1..:' - -"WiH you drilersoinethingtlf said ;Mrs; Varpj "t don't feel otr'if 1 could fpeaLP "A cddple1 of ' Ice-creamS : vanilla ohlcrcil Miii Jernth"-1 ' C ' ' ''h ho, hcre!rdo you. sec liuriHJiiquired Mrs. Ware,faiitl; '-J . vi ... ' .v, '.oiotldstiiow;. ' Wd:, will' 'eat our, icdi slowly, aid perhaps' ha will come iy beforB Wo'gct througli,' If la?' hardly raa latftAs'horcamdfAliWttivcnHig? ' "The were sodn rerfaidlfor waiting, if It could be considered Ming; repaid., Mr. Ware and .very, yonng lady came hi, and seated lheiw.elvc-ttt .ablv -'- 'JMdn't 1 'tell you sol!' said Mtss Jc-roshatriutriphantly, Jc-roshatriutriphantly, ' r- . . "i; . "Lbtmdrise, fenn't bear It," said Mri Waia'ili an agitated ?oice. , She tottered', towards the table, at which, hcrlmsbadd, as she,3uppbsed,-sat,. and'oxclelmed, ',0, Charles, howcan yott do sol ' - -V. . The. gentleman looked op jp great .su prise; - , ... '-' ' '" ' 'v "I doit't. understand "yoB;,-madaHif Moreover my ftame .is not'Charles.1 . ; , Mrs. Ware started back ,in. 4ismijr; TliC voice ;nns not that pf her hosbandi althoiigh tho. resemblance was perfect.. ; "I staaimcrcd she, ."isioft yorir nanlo Wnrel'jl ?V-.' T , J'Ou the contrary'my nanwis Jcnkitisi" and rmfront;Sl.,IiOuis'r V-r- "- '"Then, I, Ijegyou willvexcusc me,re said ; Mrs. 3Varef.itt coirus!oj!'!itook,you' for a frietd.' k lleartily. ashamed, MrJ.Ware hbrried from 1 ifie ,stdre,''.togcthcrf with' Miss: "Jet rusli'a h'hd. was Its' heir hcart,-dippdinlcd at sb.tame dffendiapto a piece of scandal; When Mr. Wa. returned, lVdm-thelvftci liUMlmceiing . tliat "night;, he .'did not kriow'w'liy hir wife received hlfflTsd,moch moreffectiQiiatelyJhaiirdsBaL -Sho;h"ad becu tioglit a.okfiil llessoiirand,j"ttcyer dUM)s.eI to .bo. .jealous . of her husband without thinking,. with.a blushf.or her ad-Tcntufc:atYiutoii'j.V,'.J. ad-Tcntufc:atYiutoii'j.V,'.J. 1.