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free its ant remnants diamond feathery whi- where Fee-Mail Influence.--One day a bouncing country lass stepped into a'Post-Of- fice in a neighboring town, and inquired f there was a letter for her. The overhauled his stock and produced one bearing her name, and told her it was cents. -"Ten cents!" said she, why I got a good deal bigger one t'other day fourpcnce ; can't you take less .'" "0 ma'am.'' said the man of letters, "that's Uncle Sam's price, and -we cannot-i--. ir y from it in the least." "Well; where fa your Uncle ?'''said the other, "I wish you'd be good enough to call him. ] don't believe but what he'd take three cents for sich a leelle mite as that are Dedham Advocate.