Zeb had lived all his life in Sprucetown, and was utterly untainted by any knowledge of the rest of this wicked world. But Zeb's wild, untrammeled soul sought utterance in the divine realm of music. Zeb practiced on the trombone. When a bill poster came to town and began posting announcements of the coming visit of an "Uncle Tom's Cabin" company, Zeb hailed him as a fellow servitor of the arts. With a descriptive announcement sheet of the "glittering galaxy of talent," soon to "grace the boards" of his native town firmly clenched in his hand, Zeb reclined against a hay-stack and mused on the future glories he would win with his trombone. In a short time he fell asleep. it seemed to Zeb that in some inexplicable manner he had become a member of the "glittering galaxy of talent." Up the street came the stately parade with Zeb at its head, blowing fiery music on his instrument. And after that there was the exhilarating scene in the village Opera House, wherein the world's greatest ...
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