an elegant parlor one bright May afternoon.
Their names were Eva Darcy and Florence Cary.
The former was the young mistress of the house, and the latter her moeared to attract Eva's particular attention.
"What is it, Eva?" inquired Miss Cary, instantly noticing the circumstance.
"What a beautiful new bracelet yourd Freely, it may be well to remark, en passant, was generally looked upon as Miss Cary's most assiduous, and, indeed, most acceptable suitor.
"Of course," saidquiet reply.
"I'm bound there, too, my fine fellow!
I dropped in to see Miss Cary a while ago, and was told that I should find her at Miss Darcy's, whither I weed I tell the reader that the beggar women were personated by Miss Darcy and Miss Cary; or that the former made good her word in regard to Frederick Lee and Richard, and was much beloved abroad, as he was at his own pleasant fireside.
Florence Cary soon found another suitor; but her new admirer was an entirely different ma