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FLORABEL'S LOVER; 1

GIVING HIM A LEAD.

WHEN INSULTS HURTLE,

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WHEN INSULTS HURTLE, If you wish to see a funny sight, watoh a Chinese sale," observes a traveller. "The ealea. man first looks hia customer over carefully, trying to decide whether the latter is lavish with his money, or otherwise. He then names a price. Instantly a whirlwind of talk breaks oat, the tongues of olerks, merchant ftndbikyer allgofng at once. The buyer denounces the merohant as a thief and a swindler, and offers perhaps half what the article is "worth. The, merchant aocases the buyer of wishing to rob him, and says that he would steal from his own grandmother. "This amiable altercation may endure for quite hulf aa hour. The parties come nearer and nearer to an agreement, which at length iaooneladed. Fierce browns and scowls are replaced by sonny smilgr; and with many' bows and compliments, salesman and customer separate." 1

THE INSPECTOR*.CEASED CROWING

WQUPI)N'T HURT ...HER,

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