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-------FINAL ARRANGEMENTS.

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DINNEU-TIMK IN .SERYIA.—Table manners amount to very little among these people, says R. L. Jefferson, in "The Wide World Maga- zine. There is a perfect babel of conversation, the band shrieks and groans and wails, and I amid the din the waiters hurry hither and thither. Some aggressive-looking Servian, with a waistbelt full of pistols and knives, will swagger ceremoniously up and down the room. Officers of the local garrison form a group at another table, their smart uniforms a strange contrast to the medley of the others. Anon they become uproariously intoxicated, and sing national songs to the music of the orchestra, while mine host, seated on a raised chair at the end of the room, beams affably upon his guests.

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