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BK. B. F. has
moved his Oflieo over Btore of Wm. Wil
cock, formerly occupied by Dr. Feraner
where he will hu glad to serve Iuh friends
on Uio most reasonable term*.
DR. P. F. MUCK EN FUSS, Dentwt.
rapt 23 Id
INSURE YOUR GIN
Tlic "WESTERN ASSURANCE" IN
BURANCE CO. of Toronto, Canada, will
Writo a limited number of RISKS mi gin
HOUSES and CONTENTS. Apply lo
JOHN A. A?MILTON,
flcpt 21?liri Insurance Agent.
Is hereby given that Application will !>??
made, at the next Session of the General
Assembly of So. Ca. tor a Renewal of
Charier of the Executive Committee of the
Orangoburg (Baptist.) Mimriohcry- Union.
S. W. KEMMERLIX,
Kept 14 Secretary i
W A (JONS
I am now giving
mv ]' K Ii son \ 1.
ATTENTION to my Huxhieiw of
And will guarantee that my work in Hie
future shall be asttOOU as in the past forty
J'aarfl that 1 have been in the business.
It EDUCE I> ML \' risiC'EN
To SUIT the TIMES, am! if yon will call
on me I will guarantee that mv Chargen and
Work will give full SATISFACTION.
I am now prepared to manufacture Un
Which for comfort and case cannot hu ex
Connlaii'lv on hand ROSE WOOD and
Of nil sixes. Hive me a call.
ii Alt im n kigos.
wpt ? .'on
i>r. l S,.Wolfe ' ?"' hi
to execute work oil oie no ?: improved
Hylc.-., at ?shori notice and at t ?t-nnal Ii
price.".' All >vuii; f*uarant?ed.
hum 80 j"
AT THE STORE OF
MR, KIRK ItOS53N. *>X.
Work done Cheap.
I have just received a Inrge apply o!
Which I run offering to the public :.'. ven
low prices, and to Grange*) nl upccial rat? ?
on 10 1 y
SHAJTINGf AND JiOLTS
THAN EVEli BEFORE
gS(GEO. R. LOMRARD . ? CO.,
augusta ,2? A.
And Machinery off Kinds Made and R<
oct27 12?0 52
' |ia.W).ovi'rHMiiiiU?tN?yt'lUi,!i . it'
i' HuiiU^l. Ku.Sii|i|jlj Co .'? hlu.'l i uu \
HORSE AiiD t'.ATTLE PQVi,
y.ci HorhkwUI ?'!<> of Com allov ? v,r l.t;j?fl 1 ..
Vert, It P?litz'? PowOi'tsnro w.-l In Hi ?
Fouiz's rowdern ?ritt euro niul iife\ willloo1 ??< .v. ?? ?
J'oiit/.'n l'owilurawltl uruviaii Uacus i:? 1 dm .... ..
j oue.'H l'owiii rH vtu Jnrrewo tin? rjunntltyi fi I!
mil cream twway jjci ccuL, a.ut uiaku liiu :.-ja:.i
Foutx'a Pawclcrowni earn orprovcnl altnofctKVKit'S
?>tnxAHK th.'t lloreca nail C'ntlli! nr.; in Ir lo.
FOI'TS'.'N I'OWDKKB WILLOIVK b-VIHiFACTION.
DAVID U. VOUTZ.l'mr.rlclor.
Sold by Dr. A. C DU ICES.
And be. J. G. WANNAMAKER.
may 1 1S77
For Iae Kin cilv <'inini|'si.|iilti;il Wfi.i i .?
unnboou Oiiil nil dlMonlorrt liroiiKlil om l>y 1
oretlon or c.xccKs. Anv OruptilHl Iiiih llie ilHU
uiontH. nr. iv. JA<tiir;tt .v co., \>.. fao
-Y< fj| Mlxtl? Street. I'luoluuall, O.
apr'l 27 1 y
REV. J. P. LUDLOW, WRITES ;
178 BAI.t10 STllRET, DllOOKLYN, N. V.,
Nov., U, ltfM.
O. R. RTEVKNB, KfiQ.
bear Sfr r?Prom ponvmal benn?tf roootTwi br fta
wwil an fruro iwvnonal knowloriKo oC til
JAMBS I' I.UDliOW,
. an from porannal knowloriKo of IIkwo
>*>&n enroo thereby havo r-nud almost iurrnculoiit\
, aln inoHt heartily mil mneeroly rucommonri tlu)
l'WBIwr. fur tho QomptaJnlf (bnh it tu olakuod to
J?MK8 I? I.UDliOW,
Lata Paetor (Jolrarj Bot'twt Onurob;
. SHE RESTS WELL.
'"" HorTH poland. MK., O.I.. 11, 18711
Kn. 11. R. Sthvknp.
Drar Sir.?I have l>oon Riefe two yean* \rlth ifio
liver complaint, and during lltnttlmo have taken n
(ToaAtnan; different inodlolnrvi, bul nono of thorn
alu ruo any good. 1 ws? rostloM niahle,and ha? no
rtppotit?. hlnco tiiktii? the Vkhetim: 1 n?.t Well,
?ad relish my food. Can roixiiiiiiw ml tho VRORT1NB
for whrt it ha* dono for iimi. Yours iwspectfulhr.
Witnom of tho altovo.
Mil. OEOltOU M. VAyOHAR.
GOOD FOR THE CHILDREN.
IiOBTON UoNF., M TTUtli (Stuebt,
liOBTufi, April, 1B7U
II. R Rtf.vt.ns.
J.har Sir,?Wo fori thai, tho children in our homo
hurt)liofln praatly h*nnntnrl l>y l|m VKiirxisu yi.u.
bavo ho kindly ;:r. n tin from t'mio to (nur, < - ?, ?? ? i >'
thoso truublud with the .Scrofula.
Mi.:-, N WORMELUlIalrua.
REV. 0. T. WALKER, SAYS:
PnonriENOE, It. I., 161 Tkanrit tSTnncT.
U.R. Stkvknh, H?y.
1 fool l.i.nml to ojpr>v<s with my i'lxnatnro tho Iui;1j
value I tilaco npott sour VROETINB. Mi family uavo
u?o<l it for tin. laut twoyoam. In norvoua dublHly it
la tnvidualilu, anil I recommend it to all wl.o way
nood im InTl?oratltUCi renovating Ujidc.
O. T, WALK Kit,
Formerly I'ait'jr of Iicsdoiu-.^uurv 'JUurch, Uuitoa^
NOTHING EQUAL TO IT.
South Bai.em. Maas . Nov. u, leT?.
Mil. II. R Btt.vinr.
U?ar IsHr,?I ha?e boon troubled with Beroftila,
Uaulo r, and Liver Complain! for thro yc sr. . Nut hing
ever did mo any good until 1 cutiunoncod wring luti
Vkhetink. I am now trot I i rue along first-rate, and
e'ili uuinK Ihu Veuetink. I eontdder tin :o it. nnthiiifl
Cqaal toil tor mi. h > nnii.l lillta. i '..n hoartily roCOUl
Bumd it to ovcrybod) Vouri Irnly,
Mio' t.lV.'M. M PACKARD,
No. Ii L^utinta Street, J?outU ?alouj, Mac?.
RECOMMEND IT HEARTILY.
? <i ? ST| ' 3._ ? s
A ? " ? ...**. .<..!? .. *.."?.% tw?rai ?>o:tTee" ?t >our
V) nETlNK,and am eonviiit od itlsa valuabloromody
f.ir DyaiKipnia, Kidney Complelnt. und Oenerat (>o
bllity of the Byatom. I can hi atti!y rocouunend ii tu
I'A julltrue Iroiu tho abovtocomplaint*.
Voun roi neetinllv.
Mus. MUNROH PARKER,
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Voflctino is Sold by all Drufjglsts
\ \ I V.!, ; S f} J ? V.... .; v ^ S 's V
r'-C-:'i'i ? ?' ??*? i KiiiiiaWiiEighthy?,
Wlii bau iisd :r?c.i r ex|icr!:hs? :.i t:... .i ? ..
?.a r,,.!.|.,,.,..?.,:,. ;.,, ;.?? ,., , ...
In l.-.o W.i.l. *?>..- ?:;.: r.-ii.l? . . . ?. !... ? .u..,*.tul
^?rr.Lt.?.?., tu '..r ? ?? :? nn: ?m L?, j.-.; ;.u:...- :..', i.litli J
The r>:-*Yg- olo?y .^a^.viac-'-t
Tho i-P.iVAT'?. ^?L'.ri-.-..LA!?ViC?:-b.
)li>.lit f tlarcri? f.: ! ji re l Kr'..In irertarilhall mat
I. r. iierlHitdnj |.t rii.-i....: fi.d W.ii.ruli??.?. vi|.;ilv
?.ir.t '..<?? j tVIt. 'I'm v urobrautlfullj l'.lutlr?t?st, ifiij in plain
|ji.;ttngi', i..i'v i;<.} r.i.-Ml. 'J ?...? Iwo lixik.fi in.lirercM.'
i i.-i-., r.iul .:? .'..' ;...:?. ilil?taftrin ?II. ?irlw.tbn t.. inUrwl
t:yt:e.v Itbatllli ? tlnmromuftilcitinii dicultr^iltiK-irt
llea'lwbi ton :i" in |>i i'Tliaanowli^lKfhoiv.iU'd
lr llr.ll.Ktt'?t.-r v .... i-in i.,. v.l.-oi nt?4ti.niabt<diiir*
?i-'.r. 1-it i> . .i!..l .,,.,} mi? kb.,.,1,1 k..?h. Tb?
laiitb.ttin viebtr, iiid!?riiKi>>tit Ihr H?n,otbn?'ln
im!"- ?lly l:t abhy iiiny??-, I tat witSi uun ng \ ,ji r ir, tlu-lii
fT^ AGCNTS VMNTFD FOH THE ,
t>; ???-.. !:-i;-c--. -'-CT^ "VT "g"
..ii ;>i. u..?'!? ?w onnuii.
* - ??- ? J?.r.ii> ' ' ? Al-iwi hi '.it
-v"- ? .-'U>"v>'-; ;,.-:'J
Foi l';?iiii>!i!c|'< .< 1JIt. Sa:j;o..;i, liov Volk,
ja ii ly
TA ICI-; N( )T!(!K
Tili; itn b . '?: i;ri| ix-|uvt lull/ IillurmH tllt
('iii/.i.'ii'? of lim'Town anil County tbai In- i.
|irc|)ai't'tl (?iilii ii|i ami liiiiKu Miittritisci 611
lb<; r-burtcsl iiolicc. Also will (?imbtot an
?pbul>>ivry Imsiiit'A--. IVices will bn titt 1?>?v
po.-'.-iblo. i >i ?!*-?.- uliiiili'il.
-. tl- RrnMlj ?.I .no If.lh (VrM.rj,
>^r(iADr^>. Bnrhnrn's Infalllblo
ft J / M?nuf?ctiir*d by Iba
\ / Iiithii3i'::oCuroC5.,rurl.iu,iT 0.
^.^S^'".'?f'r<v-';.,J,I II ??'?rr fall?to eure HemorrliolJi
?C .'Co /h "J Or Mira, whr? n rurr i. IraMlbl?.
^Asl,-, -? ;%J*^ Vrl?" 1 >?? ?o't l'.'i? f'to UilllkvuiUj
apifl ?7 ly
, . f* t? t-i an?! Wf>f plilno hablriami,
;\, ?? t .j .'. Qrlixl mlarili.nlj-alnoliil?
.< v< ! SM .. ? . : W.0: ' ?? ? ? i t. io :.. i m? uo
. . . . Ui'J? .!'?> -I ????'??<? t > W II. K.|'-1'0,
i* i ll !
MA lift olUlll'j
.111ST OiVENKO (>.\ h D( >OR
ii \st oi?'
I?r. A. JJijrr, More,
S3?. Gh C/VNOX
f^c^^'p^i^? ^ ''<> will keep
^fc^ljFX constant 1 von haiiil
^'"??^Sc^ I'LKTK slock of
? ; ^vIvl -v?\i s?v^ f/JlillK,
" ?iSirtdW A sul Kjj i?vi i u j4
?*<><>.?>, i fv< ry tlesi riplioii.
.Also all kinds* <ii Bii'.paf l'irij; ? I??i?? *
mi I lit: shortest notice to Gnus, I'istols,
i.?.,?! s, l iiti.nil:,-, mill
S iilW ] X< ! MA CM I. TN KS
Done up aiul Adjusted.
t>; ? \ii ?roo'ls ami work warranted to
i:ive cniirc Hatisfaction in ounliiv work
I !ionk;n;; i.iy Irh-mls for past palrotiagc
I hope t<> lilt til a rdntiilUliee Of ill" same
i:i fill lire l\ < ?? I A N N< >N.
i:c!it'is 1878 lv
( ' :\ Li L.
a r rii k
E-tahlhdied in 171 by ili.o I'ropri
clnr. wlio i.- i-till ready and willing t
(ill ortit rii in
BREAD, ii(-LL , riES
C A K IC S
(>:' ill! descriptions.
?v the IlAliKSb or l'.< <X.
B i I K A 1)
For Camp-Meeting- or any other kind of
A*ttl .\ ,: l in it*,
Which will !>c sold a- LOW tu any that can
|le bdtight in Onuigeburg;
Thankful for thu past patronage of my
fricml ; and '.he public I ^ t.11 so?eil a u?n
ihuiahee of lh< it en-loin.
T. \V. Albovjroi 1 i,
I5n?eli Street, next di
pent i I. Ii
CA/-.1' ? :
Mr. I. P. Harb ??
win- a t
11 iii ii t
i linve nn the way a lot of very
choke AMJiKlt Mnv nod Willi K
AN' 11 ivvr si-:b;i)
li:;pre^iv bought lor .<b>whi?r. The
trraiii in hi !.!.. (.WIGHT, VK\\
KICOT. The <juantity i? limited, and
price l.cU'Ki; than it Will be a
Direct from the 0: A- (\ K, K. This
Seed i.-:is 1'UlvK as it i.s possible to
A ?>1' Stono Acid <<>r
c.-ioj" for iStnall tlrain at83 25
per back nf 200 pound?.
JOHN \. HAMfl.TON,
Next to Mr. ii. II. Cornelson.
s[is :iM! )ATSI''\S *
The I ' v ( ? l -i i.-! of lids S< ? 11 < >o!
will he ii in .it [he l''air Muilding on
the I it l Mi-e iav in September next.
'! 1 RltiS PEK MONTH
l.-t Oradei lb jdiuier.00
'..I " tirammar I'npils. ?_' 5t)
?' Advjiiieeil English. .". ttt)
l.aiin and Oivek fill ceiits extra. eaCln
aid in excellent families, near the
School Ihioms. may lie obtained at !?IH and
ir'\~ pi r iuouth.
fl is School is designed to he a IVrmanent
llu:iitiilioli of Orangebhrg, and with a libe
v.A patniiiage the l'riiieip?l will make it u
< oixpictc i 'iccess.
HUOO Ci. SI IKK I DAN,
ESxe c titq r?s S slI o,
lly virtue of an order of the I'rohate
t'.'buri of Oriuigebiirg t'ouiity, I w ill sell at
the (ate liluidenoo of l'!inaimel A. f'airc\
deceased, on the ITilh day of <'etola r 1878,
ill the personal properly belonging to aid
ilece:ux'<l, eoiiMHting of Horses, Mulea,
Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, lloiiKehohl and
l\iu In n Kimiture, I*.caper and Mower, and
other farming utensils, ami Manurers, ami
other goods ami chatties usually found on a
well locked plantation. Terms Cash. No
arlieh to be removed until pai l lor.
1'. W. KAIHKY,
September 28, 1S78. ;;t
?;>W .*ylT;,st?' ?loncy av!?'as:iuily
.L ami fast,agents bIiouId ntklresH K1N
\,K i 1IAKV ISV & . Atlanta, (la
line 1 Jy
[Written for (he < )raii?i'l?iir<; Tim its. ]
"My daughter, Professor Cly mi on,
is very deficient in music, owing
partly to tho inattention of her Into
instructor, hot mostly to her want of
ambition?in going out to lulu; les
r-ons, she imule the acquaintance of a
number of young persons, who suc
ceeded in diverting her mind from
study, and in fixing it entirely upon
the pursuit, of pleasure. One young
null!, especially, lias been very per
sistent in monopolizing her society; to
prevent this annoyance, 1 adopted the
method ?f.employing a private tutor,
and congratulate myself upon my
success in engaging the services oi
fine so highly recommended as your?
'I lie Professor bowed in acknow
ledgement of the compliment, and re
plied in smoothly modulated voiee
that he would endeavor todi--chargc
his duty faithfully, and thought?if
Mrs. Curviu would pardon the liber
ty bj expression?that the prob ible
causa of mich a sentimental turn
being given to the di.-spo.ul ion of
young ladies in general and Miss
Curviu in particular, might b.s traced
to the nature of the songs that were
taught so extensively: and, conse
quently, be directed his pupils more
particularly to instrumental music.
Fortunately, this coincided with the
Indy/s opinion, as her nightly rest
had been frequently interrupted by
LtlYi.Vs incessnnt warbling with tho
mil eh dreaded Wilbur Dual lan, ml
she sighed (or a change.
V>'hi!e she has loft the room to
introduce her daughter, wo will glance
nlJ^Pijfessor Very tallanddig
uiii. 1 he s< ? i i-. with broad brow and
vl'iyjjdriu*r curls ol dark brown, grave
eye* ot ti ?? iaiiu dar.i tint, looking
out with eool und quiet glance from
bentnlli tin over arching brow; a
heavy moustm ho and imperial, al
tering the classical expression of tho
uppe r features, completes the face,
such, on the wh do, is a fair spoci
men of the American prolessioiiaI
When Mrs. Curvin returned with
Laila, the latter started visibly as
she glanced tit her prospective teach
er, hul the slightest change was ob
servable in his expression, as he
greeted her with a deferential cour
tesy ol manner, which quite charmed
mama, who had feared as she saw his
brow grown trifle .stern, and his lips
compress, that her daughter did not
meet with ti favorable reception, hut.
she was actually cinprcsscd, most
agreeably so, to see with what pro
priety Laila conducted herself, her
manner so lady-dike and subdued in
comparison with her usual self-assort
ing, independent ways, and .-he sat a
silent, but delighted spectator while
the Professor conversed with his
pupil about, her acquirement ; until
hoii-ediold duties called her away.
An awkward pause followed Mrs.
Curvin's departure, which, sit length,
was broken by Leila's asking him to
favor her with music, but he showed
a band still bound up from a recent
injury. 1 hero was a mischievous
glance in her eves now. Another
pause; du n niter hemming in a con
strained way several limes, he man
aged to say :
''1 would be pleased to hear you
play some, Miss Curviu, so that 1 can
j udgc of your progre? s.'1
'd will, with pleasure, play any
thing you suggest, Mr. Clytnion." A
very prosumpti?us assertion for a
pupil you will think, and the Pro
fessor evidently thoupht so too, for
he hesitated some time before he said :
"Try "Maiden's Tihn er," please."
"O dear !" she thought, "why
didn't he request something olso from
its grave? tho psalms will come next,
prayer und then, praise," which w.is
a very wicked, thing for her to thin k,
but she played ' Heart Bowed Down/'
and be tol ! her it was rendered very
' nicely,.-' possessed an artistic touch ,
Ihat, though an old, it was a favorite
pieeo of his, he fatieicil he eon I 1 al
lot'.-1 hear the pleading tones of the
maiden's voice." ( A nice fancy for
him, hut he thought the client on her
a little omnious.) "Only, Mis.- Lie ?
Miss Curvin," he continued, "it was
so snd, please play a livelier air,'' To
a guy polkcr rang out merrily; but,
when with grarrity unmilled, ho ad
mired tho inarch, ami naked her to
sing "Convent. Bella," instead of com
plying, she glanced at him iuq uisi
tively, and then hurst into uncon
trollable laughter, Professor Clymion
looked very muc h discontented, and
so soon us ho could make himself
hoard, common cod very pompously :
" Mis s Curvin, this is certainly very
nxlraodinary conduct?I can sec no
cxeuso for it whatever. You surprise,
you astonish, you confuse"?but a
fresh peal cut short his period, so ho,
at length, wuttered, ami stammer od,
and hemmod, and finally?laugh ted
heartily himself. When both had
exhausted their mirth, be inquired in
quick, incisive tones, quite antagonis
tic to his prof.; ssional drawl :
"You little witch, bow did you
penetrate my disguiso ?"
"As if you could disguise yourself
from mo! Why, if we met accident
ally in the jungles of Eudia, would
reco ni/.ctho varying expressions of
your eyes. But bow came you to
t hink of such a ruse ? what result do
you anticipate ? how will you deceive
mama, and arrange your affairs with
out betrayal? bow long will this con
tinue, and what?"
"One question at a time, please;
but before I enter into a full explana
tion, had we not better continue the
Then they laughed again.
"But Will, do tell me all about
it?'M?idcn't Prayer,' oh, dear!"
ami her merry laugh added to his
"Do hush, Leila, your mother will
certainly hoar you, and appoi it her
self a committee of investigation ?
then my masquerade end* abrupt Iy."
"Proceed? 1 am ns mute as the
harp on Tara'- Wall <. "
"After Mrs.Curvin made a descent
upon us that evening, and forbade
my visiting you any untre, I felt like
one lost tit sea. Tor sometime I
pondered dolefully over my trouble,
and then, having com'' to the Conclu
sion, that not even a parent bad th e
right to sever two loving hearts, 1
set out to devise a plan for seeing you
in defiance of maternal vigilance.
Nothing Wits satisfactory, however,
till 1 saw her advertisement for a
music lonelier; Iben the iden struck
mo, bow nice it would be to linger
for hours by your side at the piano
like those professors have to do, and
as vivid recollections of the. post
floated bach, I thought I would like
to bet hero Springing up, 1 vowed
1 wotiid try the experiment, even if
only to fail, as it would it least divert
my mind, and the hope of winning
you, be a great inspiration. So, rush
ing down street, I had a local inser
ted in Urn paper to the effect that,
"Our esteemed young citizen, W. W.
Dimllnn, will leave us in a few days.
He contemplates an extended lour
out West, consequently, his stay will
bo huh finite. Wo wish him a pleas
ant trip and a safo return.''
"Well, I went North the sumo
night, visited some of my old class
inntes, who liscd up my credentials
for me,nil being noted performers, of
course, und just a fortnight after I
loll, Professor Clymion made disap
pearance here, published his card,
and received caller- at his hotel. My
life-long fritnd, Judge liar roll, who
was into un secret, and sympath isod
beeau.se be had to steal his wile, was
the first to call and engage my servi
ces. H is patronage made me popu
lar, and when your mother (tamo, I
assumed a great many airs, and camo
to an agreement only after long hesi
"But how will you teach your
other pupils? Of course, they will
discover your ignorance immediate
"Trust rao to manage that. 1 pre
tended to be rather eccentric, and
tench by ijuil c an original plan, for
I claim to rush a pupil through in
short time, and only engage two or
three at first, thus becoming "exclu
sive" even to the gratification oi the
most "elegant" taste. That is really
all I have to tell you of my past since
wo met, and as regards the fute.ro, \
expert to maintain this disguise long
enough to steal you."
For a week, everything progressed
charmingly. Everything, did I say?
The music lessons must be excepted,
for, though Leila faithfully played
every piece she knew, and practiced
cb >rds and scales till her fingers ach
ed, the Professor paid a great deal
more attention to word-music than
his interview with Mrs. Curvin promi
sed. When questioned by the latter,
Leila said, that, although! very well
pleased with her teacher, sho wiu
somewhat afraid of him. Nothing
could have been more agreeable to
her ears, but language is inadequate
to express the amount of couriosity
that resided in Mrs. Curvin, which
extcuded even to such trifles as the
Professor's manner of teaching, for
sometimes there would be a long
pause, then the music would be heard
in broken measures. Now she had no
doubt but that thcic pau=io? wor<3
occupied in coanectioa.i aa . ustruc
tions, and she felt that she wi> d like
to know h >w her rathar high-s^ ited
daughter would loo'i. on being re re
manded for her mistakes.
The young people concluded they
were having a good time, and sho
concluded too, and sho concluded
that an investigation would uot be
amiss, so the g -od lady one morning
applied her eye to the key-holafor
information, and an interesting tab
leau rewarded this inquisitive pro
ceeding. Leila was seated at tho
piano. Mr. Clymion by her side, but
the band that bud been bruised so
OurtJy as to .--till require-a baudago,
was free, and playing with her sunny
curies, while the other held up some
thing which look the indignant'ob
server sometime to make out until he
moved slightly, and she behold, not
the dignified Professor, but, oh, bor
row ! that wretched youth?the
graceless Wilbur! Yes ! there ho
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pointing to the door as sho spoko.
Her auditors could uot restrain
themselves, but their mirth caused no
change in the lady's attitude.
[to bis continued.]
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