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"A bout forty dollars." "Forty dollars ! Why, Ada, do you think I am made of money? Mr. Whitman's counrly manhood, and the bonds that hold me are weak. If Ada could see as I see — if I could only make her understll of bills from his vest pocket, and handing them to Ada, as he came in. He did not kiss her, nor smile in the kind of you to regard my wishes." Something in Ada's voice and manner caused Mr. Whitman to lift his eyesant sight. His thoughts were bitter. "Shall my Ada become lost to me,"--he said in his heart-- "lost to eipted, you see." Her voice fluttered a little. "Ada ! how is this? What does it mean?"--He flushed and g said it was uninjured, and asked nothing." "Oh, Ada !" "And this is receipted also — and this," hand's imagination. If any fair lady, however, who, like Ada, has been drawing too heavily upon her husband's slenewels, is at a loss to realize the scene, let her try Ada's experiment. Our word for it she will find a new an