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She Told Her Love

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A newly-niarried Danbury man went homo the other evening and fouud }iis wife aslr.ep oa the lounge. Ho kneeled bcside lier &nd devourod her with his loving ejes. "Jobu," site marmured in hor sleep. "Yes, my pet, what is it ?" he whispered, thrilled to his iieart's depths by the rolling of his name. ' ' John, " she again murmured, " ppareriq is only 0 cents a potUrd." Tüethrülpaa:í'iloíT. - Danbury KewH. An extraordiuary instance of txue love comes to us over the hill from Uie poorhouse at Liberty, Iud. For some time a womaii, agedTO years, has beeuconfiued thero as a pauper. Enaployed as i farm han;l, a youug m:m, aged about 2(i, has been eoiiuected with the institution. This youDg m-.m was in tiic habit of carv- ..: vrood for the old lady's fire aud payiug othí'r attentions to her. A faw dajs ago the kropor was informed by ! the yonug man that it was liis intention i to marry the old lady. Notwithstnuding t'ie k" iioi'í', protestations aud advice, tin nffnir was consummated, aud the lcving coaple are living together as happy au two fcnrtle doves in raating season. A young lady amatenr remarks tlmt wbilp ci.o doesn't object to the " Loan ot' n Lovtir," she d(KB dií3PPjy8 of bis keepÍQg Jient.


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Michigan Argus