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th me and I'll make a man of him. You find us somewhat mixed, as I before obsarved, but come agin next year, and you'll find us clearer nor ever. Mind what I say. You've heard the showman!" Then advisin' him to keep away from the Peter Funk auctions of the East, and the proprietors of corner lots in the West, I bid him farewell and went away. There was a levee at Senator what's-his name's and I thought I'd fine in the festivities for a spell. Who should I see but she that was Sarah Watkins, now the wife of our Congresser, trippin in the dance, dressed up to kill in her store close. Sarah's father used to keep a little grocery store in our town, and she used to clerk in it for him, in y times. I was rushing up to shake hands with her, when she turned on her heel, and tossing her head in a contemptuous manner, walked away from me very rapid. "Hallo, Sal," I hollered, "can't you measure me a quart of them best molasses? I may want a redfish, also!" I guess this reminded