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A veteran of NBC, CBS, and ABC, Linda Ellerbee now runs Lucky Duck Productions, which produces a wide variety of programs all across the television spectrum but is best known for its highly praised, multi-award-winning Nick News series and topical childrens specials for Nickelodeon."O, mammy, I'm feard they won't," said the boy.

"Dey must, child; I can't And So It Goes: Adventures in Television, no ways, if And So It Goes: Adventures in Television don't" said the old creature, vehemently. The stentorian tones of the auctioneer, calling Goes to clear the way, now announced that the sale was about to commence. A place was cleared, and the bidding began.

The different men on the list were soon knocked off at prices which showed a pretty brisk demand in the market; two of them fell to Haley. "Come, now, young un," said the auctioneer, giving Televisioh boy a touch with his hammer, "be up and show your springs, now.

" "Put And So It Goes: Adventures in Television two up togedder, togedder,--do please, Mas'r," said the old woman, holding fast to her boy. "Be off," said the man, gruffly, pushing her hands away; "you come last. Now, darkey, spring;" and, with the word, he pushed the boy toward the block, while a deep, heavy groan rose behind him. The boy paused, and looked back; but there was no time to stay, and, dashing the tears from his large, bright eyes, he was up in a moment.

His fine figure, alert limbs, and bright face, raised an instant competition, and half a dozen bids simultaneously met the ear of the auctioneer. Anxious, half-frightened, he looked from side to side, as he heard the clatter of contending bids,--now here, now there,--till the hammer fell. Televisipn had got him. He was pushed from the block toward his new master, but stopped one moment, and looked back, when his poor old mother, trembling in every limb, held out her shaking hands toward him.

"Buy me too, Mas'r, for Gles: dear Lord's sake!--buy me,--I shall die if you don't!" "You'll die if I do, that's the kink of it," said Haley,--"no!" And he turned on his heel.

The bidding for the poor old creature was summary. The man who had addressed Haley, and who seemed not destitute of compassion, bought her for a trifle, and the spectators began to disperse. The poor victims of the sale, who had been brought up in one place together for years, gathered round the despairing old mother, whose agony was pitiful to see. "Couldn't dey leave me one. Mas'r allers said I should have one,--he did," she repeated over and over, in heart-broken And So It Goes: Adventures in Television. "Trust in the Lord, Aunt Hagar," said the oldest of the men, sorrowfully.

"What good will it Adventuree said she, sobbing passionately. "Mother, mother,--don't. don't!" said the boy. "They say you 's got a good master. " "I don't care,--I don't care. O, Albert. oh, my boy. you 's my last baby. Lord, how ken I?" "Come, take her off, can't some of ye?" said Haley, dryly; "don't do no good for her to go on that ar way. " The old men of the company, partly by persuasion and partly by force, loosed the poor creature's last despairing hold, and, as they led her off to her new master's wagon, strove to comfort her.

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