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Robert E. Lee Portrait
(As reported by a Modern Daily Paper.)
Thursday night, after he had retired,
was aroused, and informed that
a stranger desired to see him on a matter of life and death. * * *
conversation elicited the fact that an organized body of men had determined that
should never leave
the City of Baltimore alive. * * * Statesmen laid the plan, Bankers indorsed it,
and Adventurers were to carry it into effect "
"Mr. LINCOLN did not want to yield, and his friends cried
with indignation. But they insisted, and
" He wore a Scotch plaid Cap and a very long Military Cloak, so
that he was entirely unrecognizable."
paid his respects to President
spending a few minutes in general conversation."
understand, that any one can take their own measure for
shirts. I warrant a good fit. The cash to be paid to the Express Company on
receipt of goods.
S. W. H. WARD, from London,
This article of Nursery Furniture
is different from, superior
to, and supplies the place of everything
heretofore used for that purpose. It combines, by simple changes, which may be
A SAFE, COMFORTABLE SLEEPING COUCH, A DELIGHTFUL
DINING AND ROCKING-CHAIR, A SWING, A STYLISH CARRIAGE AND PERAMBULATOR,
AND WORK STAND.
from the ceiling, or a graceful standard, by a steel spring; is cushioned so as
torequire no bedding, and
trimmed in various styles, at prices ranging from $8 to $25. Sent by express
will save in washing, in bringing up one child, more than its cost, and
and attention of mother and nurse. It gives the child entire freedom of action
for body and
limbs, insures a healthy action of the stomach and bowels,
promotes and strengthens the natural motion and development of the system,
preserving it from injury or the possibility
It is compact, strong, and durable, and to those having
the care of infants it is indispensable.
N. B.—" The exercise obtained by our nursery children
in one of your baby-tenders very much aids in their proper
physical development, and enables us to dispense with the
services of one
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