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The Daily Dispatch: February 23, 1861., [Electronic resource] 16 0 Browse Search
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made. After Mrs. Lincoln had taken her seat in the cars, at Buffalo, for the West, her son Bob entered the office of R. N. Brown, Esq., the gentlemanly Superintendent of the State Line Railroad, and inquired if Mr. Brown was in .. Mr. Brown responMr. Brown was in .. Mr. Brown responded and inquired what was wanted. His interrogator addressed him in substantially the following language: "My name is Bob Lincoln; I'm a son of Old Abe — the old woman is in the cars raising h — l about her passes — I wish you would go anMr. Brown responded and inquired what was wanted. His interrogator addressed him in substantially the following language: "My name is Bob Lincoln; I'm a son of Old Abe — the old woman is in the cars raising h — l about her passes — I wish you would go and attend to her!" Mr. Brown very promptly filled out the requisite papers to enable Mrs. Lincoln and family to ride over his road without payment of fare, and delivered them to her. It is probable that " the old woman" gave Bob no further trouMr. Brown very promptly filled out the requisite papers to enable Mrs. Lincoln and family to ride over his road without payment of fare, and delivered them to her. It is probable that " the old woman" gave Bob no further trouble about the passes on t
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. --I offer for sale my entire stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Boots, which is very large, consisting of most every article generally found in a first-class Dry Goods Store. All colors of Merinoes; Delaines; Alpacas; Black and Colored Silks; Linen Hdkfs. at 6 cts.; Irish Linen 25 cts.; fine Linen Bosoms 18¾ cts.; rich Worked Collars 25 cts.; Flannels 18 cts.; Calicoes at all prices; Ladies' and Gents' Shawls; Bed and Servants' Blankets; Cashmeres; Satinets; Kentucky Jeans, for boys and men, at half their value; Brown and Bleached Cotton, of every quality; Sheeting and Pillow-case Muslin, Toweling and Table Cloths; Black, White and Mixed Woolen Yarn, at $1 per lb., Under Shirts and Woolen Drawers, at prices from $1 and higher; Extension Skirts; Hosiery; Kid Gloves, black and colored, at 37½ cts.; Swiss Cambric and Check Muslin; and a great many more Goods, too us to mention, all of which you can buy to your satisfaction, by calling at No. 27 Main street. Joseph Strause. ja 19