one bright May afternoon.
Their names were Eva Darcy and Florence Cary.
The former was the ycompliments.
"I suppose you're going to Miss Darcy's, Lee?" said Freely.
"I am, Dick," was ago, and was told that I should find her at Miss Darcy's, whither I was wending my way when we chane, me, Lee; but, now, don't you really think Miss Darcy seems a little too old- fashioned, a trifle on the part of Freely, the young men reached Miss Darcy's residence, and were shown into the parlor,through a small, back street, to the rear of Miss Darcy's home, which they entered through a back yader that the beggar women were personated by Miss Darcy and Miss Cary; or that the former made good
but he's so generous!--so free!" responded Miss Darcy, with a slight laugh.
"Don't! now don't Lee, however, remained all the evening with Miss Darcy, but neither before nor after the departure
A short time afterward, Frederick Lee and Eva Darcy were married, and the happy young bride neve