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very suspicious. If a man has not sufficient confidence in you to
tell you by what vocation he earns his living we should advise you to
let him go and turn your attention to some one who is more open and
candid. Fifty dollars will pay the minister, buy the ring, and furnish
a supper, but it will not go far after the festivities are over. If
that is the most he can call his own at any one time he is hardly in a
position to take upon himself the responsibilities of a husband.

“Will you kindly do me the favor to answer the following questions?
Does a naturally domineering man grow more gentle after marriage, and
would you advise a young girl to marry a person with this disposition?

“Addie S.”

Domineering men are sometimes made gentle by love, but, as a rule,
matrimony only aggravates such a nature. A man who will dictate to
a woman before marriage is quite likely to prove a tyrant after. We
know of no habit that is much harder to cure than this, and would
consider matrimony a very heroic measure. It would be much better for
you to treat the disease with dignity and firmness before marriage and
note the results. When you are once married it will be too late to
experiment.


MY QUEEN.

1—From Farm to Fortune; or, Only a Farmer’s
Daughter.

2—Marion Marlowe’s Courage; or, A Brave Girl’s
Struggle for Life and Honor.

3—Marion Marlowe’s True Heart; or, How a Daughter
Forgave.

4—Marion Marlowe’s Noble Work; or, The Tragedy
at the Hospital.

5—Marion Marlowe Entrapped; or, The Victim of
Professional Jealousy.

6—Marion Marlowe’s Peril; or, A Mystery Unveiled.

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MY QUEEN

A Weekly Journal

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Young

Women

CONTAINING THE FAMOUS

Marion Marlowe Stories

MARION MARLOWE is a beautiful and ambitious farmer’s daughter, who
goes to the great metropolis in search of fame and fortune. One of the
most interesting series of stories ever written; each one complete in
itself, and detailing an interesting episode in her life.

Published Weekly. Edited by Grace Shirley.


CATALOGUE

_1—From Farm to Fortune; or, Only a
Farmer’s Daughter._

_2—Marion Marlowe’s Courage; or, A Brave
Girl’s Struggle for Life and Honor._

_3—Marion Marlowe’s True Heart; or, How
a Daughter Forgave._

_4—Marion Marlowe’s Noble Work; or, The
Tragedy at the Hospital._

_5—Marion Marlowe Entrapped; or, The
Victim of Professional Jealousy._

_6—Marion Marlowe’s Peril; or, A Mystery
Unveiled._

_7—Marion Marlowe’s Money; or, Brave
Work in the Slums._

_8—Marion Marlowe’s Cleverness; or, Exposing
a Bold Fraud._

_9—Marion Marlowe’s Skill; or, A Week
as a Private Detective._

_10—Marion Marlowe’s Triumph; or, In
Spite of Her Enemies._

_11—Marion Marlowe’s Disappearance; or,
Almost a Crime._

_12—Marion Marlowe in Society; or, A Race
for a Title._

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Transcriber’s Notes


Minor punctuation and printer errors repaired.

Italic text is denoted by _underscores_ and bold text by =equal signs=.







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