Edited by Rossiter Johnson.
The Ghost, by William D. O'Connor
The Four-Fifteen Express, by Amelia B. Edwards
The Signal-Man, by Charles Dickens
The Haunted Ships, by Allan Cunningham
A Raft That No Man Made, by Robert T.S. Lowell
The Invisible Princess, by Francis O'Connor The Advocate's Wedding-Day, by Catherine Crowe
The Birthmark, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
e winter time, papa?--smart grass!"
"Not that I want practice," he went on, getting into soliloquy; "or patients, either. A rich man who took to the profession simply for the love of it, can't complain on that score. But to have an interloping she-doctor take a family I've attended ten years, out of my hands, and to hear the hodge-podge gabble about physiological laws, and woman's rights, and no taxation without representation, they learn from her, --well, it's too bad!"
"Is that all, pa-sy? Seems to me _I_'d like to vote, too," was Netty's piquant rejoinder.
"Hoh! I'll warrant," growled her father. "Hope you'll vote the Whig ticket, Netty, when you get your rights."
"Will the Union be dissolved, then, pa-sy,--when the Whigs are beaten?"
"Bah! you little plague," he growled, with a laugh. "But, then, you women don't know anything about politics. So, there. As I was saying, everything went wrong with me to-day. I've been speculating in railroad stock, and singed my fingers. Then, old Tom Hollis