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A TOUCH OF NATURE.

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A TOUCH OF NATURE. The Chevenne Sup tells that a big man and a smaller one going into a store late at night asked to look at some clothing. Mr. Harrington himself waited upon the visitors and was showing them various lines of goods when the door leading to his residence in the rear of the store opened and in came on the run a baby daughter of the Harrington family. The little one came in hurrying to escape her mother, and fell over a box. Mr. Harrington left the cus tomer and.went to the rescue of the baby. After the little one was quieted and placed on the floor he re- sumed his business, but in a minute she fell over another box and apparently hurt herself. He left the customer and again looked after the child. At this the man turned to his companion and said Let's go out of here. I ain't looking for a nursery." The proprietor heard the remark and was not slow to respond. Ho said that he had lived fifty-two years and done twenty years of business, and bad had 10,000 customers. But he had never had but two Harrington babies, and this was the only one left. He could get along without the customer, and the sale of a suit of clothes to him, but he couln't get along without the Harrington baby, and he didn't care how soon the customers skipped." The man, who was looking at the proprietor with a mild astonishment at first, when the story was finished had his handkerchief out, was wiping his eyes and reaching his hand out to Mr. Harrington exclaimed Partner, God bless the baby." He couldn't do too much, and it is needless to say they parted as friends.

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THE ACTION AGAINST MR. BRADLAUGH.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE.

BURGLARY WITH VIOLENCE.

SUICIDE OF A STOCK BROKER.

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--AN AERONAUT CONVICTED OF…

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