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e or enthusiastic, "What d'ye want with key to 39?" "I want to go to bed, sir." --Sternly, "The devil you do! And in Captain Smith's room?" "Certainly; Captain Smith and myself are rooming together; it's all right." --"Captain Smith," bawls the cletain Smith's room?" "Certainly; Captain Smith and myself are rooming together; it's all right." --"Captain Smith," bawls the clerk to a gentleman near by, "does this here man room with you and Mrs. Smith?" Stranger disappears out of the back door. tain Smith's room?" "Certainly; Captain Smith and myself are rooming together; it's all right." --"Captain Smith," bawls the clerk to a gentleman near by, "does this here man room with you and Mrs. Smith?" Stranger disappears out of the back door. ptain Smith's room?" "Certainly; Captain Smith and myself are rooming together; it's all right." --"Captain Smith," bawls the clerk to a gentleman near by, "does this here man room with you and Mrs. Smith?" Stranger disappears out of the back door.
Negroes for hire. --I have for hire for the present year the following servants, viz; One Shoemaker, one Striker in blacksmith's shop one Bricklayer, one House Boy, one Race Rider, four likely young Men who have worked two years in foundry; five Women — Cooks, Washers and Ironers — some very good; some Farm hands and general laborers. I can be seen, with the servants, at Messrs Smith & Harwood's or in Manchester. Samuel D. Atkinson. ja 4--2