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The editor of the Cartersville (Ga.) Express says :—“ There is a little browneyed, enthusiastic, high-spirited lady, who, after she has cooked breakfast, cleared the things away, set the house to rights, attended the call of the bread wagon, and milked the cow, dons her hat and cloak, comes into this office, yanks us out of the editorial chair, pounces on the exchanges, amputates every item of interest, stacks them on the copy hook, grabs up a Faber, travels it over a quire of editor’s manuscript paper, removes her snowy white apron, shoves up her sleeves, grabs a stick and rule, and sets it all into type, reads the proof and corrects every error. That’s our wife, and she’ll get her reward in heaven. ”

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 371, 15 June 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 371, 15 June 1881

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