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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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andlord and sed, "How d'ye do. Square?" "Fifty cents, sir," was his reply. "Sir?" "Half a dollar. We charge twenty-five cents for lookin at the landlord and fifty cents for speakin to him. If you want supper a boy will show you to the dinin room for twenty-five cents. Your room bein in the tenth story, it will cost you a dollar to be shown up there." "How much do you ax a man for breathin in this equinomikal tavurn?" sed I. "Ten cents a breth," was his reply. Washinton hotels is very reasonable in their charges. [N. B.--This is S rkassum.] I sent my keed to the Prints, and was immefitly ushered before him. He received me kindly, and axed me to sit down. "I have cum to pay my respecks to you, Mister Napoleon, hopin I see you hale and hearty." "I am quite well," he sed. "Air you well, sir?" "Sound as cuss!" I answered. He seemed to be pleased with my ways, and we entered into conversation to onct. "How's Lewis?" I axed, and he