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 - Some Friendly Advice. One Is forcibly reminded...
Some Friendly Advice. One Is forcibly reminded of what may be expected In Manchester before set-ling set-ling set-ling out from London, On the morning that the Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal correspondent left for the seat of trouble the hotel proprietor mysteriously called him aside and whispered words of friendly advice lntoghls ear. Stranger." he said, his voice sinking until the words were almost inaudible, "stranger, stop at the JHouse; the walls are thicker." ' There was nothing equivocal about this admonition... Arriving at his hostelry hostelry In Manchester the Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal representative Immediately laid plans for a line of defense. Though the night was sultry- sultry- a stuffy featherbed was found on the bed. The very thing. The featherbed was Immediately Jerked across the room and propped against the doer. This done an untroubled sleep was Indulged in. as the only way open for any bold, bed mountaineer mountaineer to use his "shooter" was to scale up the wall and pop away through the window and that was closed tight. V

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 17 Jun 1899, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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