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Old Aunt Sally, who always nodded during the collection (wide-awake now); "Little Jinny," the fashionable member who rivalled "Kelline" in popularity; Cross-eyed Pete, the most notorious
"Kelline," the belle, who always carried off the prize at the cakewalkings, rallied to the help of the "'spe'ience meet'n'" determined to prove to the brethren that she could talk as well as walk.
An 'since I'se been Kelline, an' you'se Big Sandy Hue;
The sceptic might intimate that it was the song of Kelline that suggested the thread of old Pete's experience.
Yellow Kelline was not to be outdone by the startling experience of "Little Jinny."