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ied through cleaning up the dinner dishes and stepped over to neighbor S .... to see if his wife Peggy was as well as mout be expected, and hear what they called the baby. Well, when I got there andn out that Shields is a Democrat, I never will -- Jefferson! Jefferson! What do you want, Peggy? Do get through your everlasting clatter some time, and bring me a gourd of water; the child'fellow, after all, once you get at the foundation of him. I walked into the house, and, Why, Peggy, says I, declare we like to forgot you altogether. Oh, yes, says she, when a body can't help he calves, and wring the contrary ones' tails for 'em, and no thanks to nobody. Good evening, Peggy, says I, and so I sloped, for I seed she was mad at me for making Jeff neglect her so long. ; and yet it's pretty plain if some change for the better is not made, it's not long that either Peggy or I or any of us will have a cow left to milk, or calf's tail to wring. Yours truly, Re