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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 29 April 1898

The Daily Courier. Vol. 2, No. 43. McKinnej, Tex., Fridaj, April 29, 1898. Subscription 25c per Mo. WILL CLOSE AT 7:30 P. M. The Grocerymen Agree to Close Their Doors at 7:30 p. ni., Till August lkt. ■% * ♦ Eld. 8. K. Italian circulated the following agreement among the groeerymen of the city this morning which was readily signed by them in view of the fact that the days are getting long and the protracted meeting season has he- gun: We the undersigned groeerymen agree to close our doors for busi- ness at 7:30 every day except Saturday's and first Monday's, from May l^t to August 1st in- clusive : Rogers & Stacy, McMullen & Forbes, Cox & Berry, J. II. Crouch, G. W. Fox,* J. P. Webster, Goostree & Houston, Mate Barnett, (r. H. Lucas, Ivendell & Largent, J. B. Rhoden, J. M. Andrews,. T. J. Melton, J. D. McKinney, W. E. Ditto, Jesse Shain, I. D. Newsome & Co., Heard & Pierce. J* Don't forge| the weighing party at T. J. M*itoA Vtonight. It will \ be «oifiethi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 29 April 1898

THE DAILY COURIER. Kntered m the PostoflU'e at MeKinncy. Texas, as ceeoixl class mail matter. Clarknck Ball Proprietor. Office West Side Square lip Stairs announcements. precinct For .1 ustick Peace Prkoinct No. 1, W. L. Y ARBROUUII. NV. S. TERRELL J. T. ANDREWS. For Commissioner No. 1, E E. MAYES. county For District Judge. J. E. DILLARD, For Representative, TOM w. PERKINS, uOlIN R. SMITH, For County Judge, FRANK E. WILCOX. J. IT. FAULKNER. I). 1*. JOHNSON. For Sheriff, J.w. PAFFOIiD. For County Attorney, GEO. HARDIN. WALLACE HUGHSTON. II. L. DAVIS. For County Clerk. • W. M. SHIRLEY, PAT MOULDEN. J. A. WALDEN. J T. LACY. For Tax Collector, YANCY POWELL, A, W. KNIGHTON, For County Treasurer, J.C. SAUNDERS. For District Clerk, E. R. HALL, /or Superintendant. W. W. SHEPHERD. W. M. ERWIN, ^or Surveyor, ED KEEN, Hon. J. N. Browning, who is a candidate for lieutenant governor, bolted the Houston convention and followed Warwick Clark. He helped to hoist the straddle plank on the democrati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 29 April 1898

LOCAL HAPPENINGS V' / f M\ / r j\ \>4 « J Movements of the Public in and Around McKinney. Mrs. Jesse Shain is visiting in Dallas todav. W hen in need of feed ring phone No. 79. Hugh Dowell. Refrigerators and iee boxes at •I. T. Nale's. j I). P.Johnson, of Farmersville, was in the city this morning in the interest of his candidacy for county judge. Matchless mineral water and is alike to mc Talcum powder at Smith Bros. ; \ wear the kind thati We repair furniture and guar- antee work. J. T. Xale. SHAPE." / That's Just It. Vou ain't always lell bv the looks of a garment how il is going to wear. Why Not get tin- wear a> well as I he looks • when you can have l oth at the smile price, .$12 00 is the start- ing point of l hose EH I Strauss & Go's MADE TO ORDER BY 'That's the kind I'm look- ing for. I'll order a suit from their agent imme- diately." II With an ironclad guarantee thrown in free. It will pay you to examine this line and leave your order for one of these handsome ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 29 April 1898

f ' - LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Movements of tbe Public in Around McKinney. and Silas Walker left this morning to vi*it home folks at Durant, L T. Nice lockers, tables, bed- room suits, folding bed*, cook stoves, mattings, curtains, just the thing you want, at Asburv & Nelson's. The commissioners court is in session today looking after the county works about the court house and jail. Phone jour locals to the Cour- rier. No. 65. Ail oversight in yesterday's pa- per made us say that young Hathaway was given ten years in the penitentiary when it should have been two. A big stock of elegant furni- ture and house furnishing goods, come and see Asbury & Nelson. Mr. \Y. H. Beyett has embark- ed iu the life insurance business and is comfortably situated iu the the Shain block on east side of the square. For Sale—A good family horse. Good condition. Cheap. Apply at this office. W. J. Adams is now soliciting accident insurance. He is officing with M. T. Jones. We exchange new for second- hand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 29 April 1898

'.IT Tr' A ■yir rnmnar SIWNIA UDS A I; I: MV.sTKlM(>rs. AN OLD CITIZEN CiONK '2nd house west of \V. J. Thurmon's Whether the Fleet lias Sailed Or Not . News reached here from Mill- Near Cumberland Church. v* . i>„ ci,,i 1 , „, - . ,, . , (an Aot 1 ( stateo. phv this morning that (irand- >ST.EOPATIlY.—The science of Os- ! , \i „ < , {\ ■ 4l . . ,, . , . .. niother .Mou den,tho aged mother teopathv, a svstein of treating dis-1 ... . . ^ ease without drug's, was discovered j Xew ' oj U.s Apiil . Aceoid- ;>j ex-Sheriff d. L. Moiildoil, died and developed by Dr. A. T. still of ling to a dispatch from Madrid to Kii'kevMli', Mo. It-seeks liie cor-1|()(.;l| j| ],.,s boon otlicially reet adjustment ol tjie bones and! . ,, . their various at tachnieuts, and the j 'ninoum ed i i Alaiii i<l that the years old and was one ot the first keeping <>f nil strm-tures in their ! Spanish fleet has sailed from St. j immigrants tw Collin county, proper relation, so 11 nit each mav ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 9 July 1898

Courier Vol. 2, No. 101. McKINNEY, TEXAS, SATURDAY JULY 9 1898. SUBSCRIPTION 35c. PER MONTH, . •: •• u \\s k ST / t' , \ •' I \ i . Spain Knows the Truth. The People Realize the Magnitude of the Disaster and Trouble Is Expected. GENERAL NELSON A. MILES. General Miles, commander in chief of the United States army, is not a West Pointer.- He was a clerk when Sumter was fired on, and he volunteered lor service in a Massachusetts regiment. He was a gallant officer during the Civil war. and ha has had a sreat deal of exneiienoe fightinff Indians. Form No. 1571. THE WESTERN* UMION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. INCORPORATED. Cable scrvice to All The World. THOS. T. ECKERT, President. Number 22 Sent *Bv OV * Rec'd Bv NS Check 74 collect D. P. R. Dated Camp Tom Ball, Houston, July 9, To Daily Courier, UcIIinney, Texas, I ' • ph',y*s*ical t roii of Go", o. has been finished. The Seven men rejected are Lane, Veon, Walam, Lawson, Franklin,Wooten and John Eubanks. WALTER B. WILSON. If the Spaniards Fail to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 9 July 1898

r*^WTWi „ \ >tih-«EtiucL4:wvrwnr.vmiwftvm^rgft^rpgyy* .I*I ■ji^Mg*y*y.^ ,atiyursatafczxj.r^r^erm^ Krani rtm%s HcKiiey Daly Courier. Entered at the Postoiflce at McKinney, Texas, as second class mail matter, Clarence K. Ball,...Proprietor. Office West Side Square Up Stairs SATURDAY, JULY 9, 181)8. [ Getting Down to Army Life in Earn est—A Y. >\. C- A. to be Organ- ized. Camp Tom Ball, Houston Tex., July 8 1898.—The past two days have been bright and busy ones for camp Tom Ball. Until yes- terday, Houston had daily show- ers for a week, in consequence, the camping grounds were wet and soggy but two days of sun- shine has dried up most of the mud. No more desirable spot for a tented city could hardly be found than this. Four more companies came in today making eight now of the twelve companies of the regiment already in camp. The Fourth regiment, is fast assuming the proportions of a big army to us boys who never saw in fact a real army. Our spirits swell with pa- triotism every ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 9 July 1898

Your Doctor Fights / Disease with medicine. If the medicine is [[not right he can not conquer disease. If the druggist does his duty the medicine will be right, and your doctor will stand a fair chance of winning the vic- tory. You can help your doctor by having your pre- scriptions filled at Smith Bros. east side square. Mrs. A. G. Chandler is still quite sick. Mr. Tom Davis, of Greenyille, is here today. Master Fred Hamilton is re- ported as being in a very precari- ous condition. Mr. .John Oawhom and family, Mexia, are visiting at Mr. Will Richardson's. Rev. W T. Browning, the walking evangelist leaves this eve- ning for Piano and Dallas. Mrs. S. O. Scott returned home to Melissa today, after a short Tabernacle Meeting. with brevity. Short Paragraphs Picked Up Today and Put in the Courier to Please and Post the People : visit here. Five of our patriotic voung men Local News. j left this evening t(jf till out the ! vacancies in Company C., 4th news and views flavored regiment as f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 9 July 1898

Waterspout's Destructive Work. New K. P. Officers. mmk ■ ■ \ fit Cuba, Mo., 8.—A courier from Steelville, the county sent of Crawford county, brought the terrible uews to-day that the town had almost been wiped out by a waterspout early this morning. The known dead: Mrs. Lou Tucker and babe, St. Louis; daughter of Chas. Abrams, St. Louis; Mrs. John Woods and two children; Mrs. James Laff and three children; Mrs. Lesough, Luther Lesough, all of Steelville; colored man, unknown, Midland. Up to this evening thirteen bodies have been recovered, but it is thought more have perished. Steelville is a town of 100 in- habitants. Stanbery, Mo., Jnly tf.—A heavy rain at 3 o'clock this morn- ing became a flood or water along the valley south of the railroad track and some of the families, with their houses, were carried along by the sweeping torrent. Some houses were destroyed, while men, women and children were found in trees along the val- ley. Dead: Mrs. Isaac Gray and babe, Chas. Smith, Ber...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 8 February 1901

I ? y \i tt L\ We Do 20 th CENTURY Printing. Courier. Circulation of The Semi' Weekly VOL. IV. Is over McKlNNEY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901.-4:30 P. M. NO. M." A SOtli CENTURY LOCAL PAPER-TODAY'S NEWS IN A NUT- ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ I'rinted Kspeciolly to Please ai Progressive People. Read the. Announcement to The Boys and Girls on Sixth Page in To-Day's Courier. 7/ L, FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD— CONDENSED FOR BUSY' PEOPLE BUTTERMAKERS' MEETING. Omaha, Feb. 8.—Plans are nearly perfected for the National Convention of Creamery Butter- makers, which opens here the 18th inst. About 4,000 delegates ■ ♦ THE LAWSON YAChT UNIVERSITIES TO*MEET, Philadelphia, Feb. 8.—Tonight at the Academy of Music occurs a gymnastic event which has ex- cited ninth comment and attract- ed an unusual amount of interest. Yale and the University of Penn- sylvania will coiue together in a dual contest. It will bo the first meeting since 1892 and rare sport is expected. CRKBDON TO FIGHT COVERT. Dallas, Tfx.J Feb, 8....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 8 February 1901

MRS. BRASELL DEAD. Mcl'i^sn, Texas, Fob. 8.— Mr*. Will Hi •ascll of this place, died today of pneumonia after a lingering illness of several weeks. She was seriously sick at the time Of her husband's deaths two weeks ago, and since then she has been gradually sinking until the end came this morning Five children are now orphans and the sympathy of the entire • munitv is with them in (heir ' reavetnent. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. ' — ■f ir Resolutions of respect upon the death of T. C. Boone, adopted by Empire Lodge, No. 68, I. O. O. F. Thursday, Feb. 7, 1901. Whereas, it has pleased Al- migcty God to remove from our midst J>io. T. C. Boone, who wan a charter member of Empire Lodge No (>8, and had been an Odd Fellow for more than forty eight years, during all of which time ho has exemplified the prin- ciples of our order, and whereas, we deeply mourn his death, now vd to learn that there is therefore be it resolved that in ■ f >ne dreaded disease that j his death we feel that w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 8 February 1901

) t ( t k L 7 vr I i A ( I ( I r V '■> * / f t \ I V, I IV \ PROCjRAn personal Mrs. Englcs is visiting in Dallas R. E. Carpenter is in Dallas today. Fred Tuftellcr lias gone to Corsicana. Mrs. Dr. Wiley has returned from Dallas. J. T. Cuucli is in Farmersviile on business-. VV. E. Singleton left today on a trip to Jefferson. Sain Allison left this evening on a visit to Merkle. Z. R. McDonald is in Dallas ** 'i * today on legal business. Albert Dinner has returned from an extended trip to the cast. Charlio Harrison, of Nashville, Tenn., is a guest of J. S. Moore and family. Mrs. W. 13. Maydwell of Greenville is the guest of Mrs. Ben Boydstun. Berry Mungei returned from Sherman toda>, where he attend ed court as witness. Dr. James Hicks of Farmers ville returned to his home today after a visit here. Miss Birdie Buck is spending a few days with friends and rela tives in Farmersviile. Rev. Steen returned this morn- ing from Forney, where he Jias been conducting a meetiug. J. L. Fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 8 February 1901

fhgmaca gaily Cttmtt. • •LAUNCe R. BALL, PROP. •Ttry afternoon except Sunday, at It. II Wartb Kentucky Atreet, JR . . Hates on Application. Da yoa receire your Courier regular an J "on time?" If not, kindly notify office at obce, either 'PJjonc 68, or by postal. A A A A Af* — iftM0 Orgdn Greater McKinney ** ' - ■wbgWWat Ae Potto IB c« at MoKinnej. lexaa « "ffeacondclata nail matter. f* .fft MHCRIPTION RATES. tyvraity eariiar to any p*rt of the city ^l^ifi'irila'aiiV'addrew per month 35 CENTS. * > * 3*>d ttrrri«e. Copy for ndveitUements In the ofBce not later than 11 o'clock. \ Disney, Texas, Feb. 8, 1901. mw\\ti~- - If; R, TIME CARD. * - > H^JWH BOUND H A T C. M# a m No 3—9:47 a iu S[# 1—9; 15 p 111 No 15—3:27 p ni SOUTH BOUND H & T C. K ^—6:51 am I No 14-11:00 a 111 ffelf— l:53p ni I No 4—6.50pm 16ABT LINE—8 SAP.* c&ftvr 8: IB a mi Arrives 4:14 p m mlmmimmiSm Ti — ' -- *" 1 1 . • ' 14 ic oot every Nation tbat lias * betcbet and if they (lid, Kansas *till be thankfu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 8 February 1901

) k 7 J \ J <1* *1 i • y Xocal. The Courier for job printing. Smith Bros.' for window glass. Miss Bessie Hamilton is on the sick list. Pi maos for music house. rent at Couch'a ts The baby boy of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Burton is sick of measles. One more rcutal piano at a bargain at Couch's musical house. feig discounts on pianos at J.T. Couch's to reduce immense stock now on hand, tf The Knights of the Maccabees will hold an important meeting this evening at 8 o'clock. The two cases of measles at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tucker on north Tennessee arc well. W. (x. Stone, proprietor of the McKinney Planing Mill has had electric lights placed in his machine shop and will run flcj and uight. Jake Blakeman has opened up a wholesale grain office up stairs on the southwest corner of the square. Jake is a hustler, under- stands the grain business, is a clever business man and The Courier wishes him success. Capt. Fisher, postofllce inspect or with headquarters at Denison was in the city yest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 8 February 1901

4 ** • • NOW FOR THE YOUNQ FOLKS. EX-CONFRDERATH NOTICE. The Courier has deeided to in augurate a prize contest for the boys and girls, and one which will prove of mutual benefit and pleasure to all concerned and our young friends are all invited to take part. The plan is simple and absolutely fair. It is this:— To the boy or girl under six teen years of u<;c who brings us the largest number of new cash subscribers to The Daily or Semi Weekly Courier at $1.00 each between this date and Washing ton's birthday, February 22nd, we will give either a ten dollar violin, a ten dollar guitar or a ten dollar mandolin. The prizes are excellent instru ments which will bo highly prized by any of our young friends of musical tastes and can be seen at Couch's music store. Each subscription turned in must be accompanied by $i for three months advance subscrip tion to the Daily Courier or one .year advanr e subscription to the Semi Weekly Courier, and every $1 paid by an old subscriber for threo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 8 February 1901

.. —. . A SAD MISFORTUNE. l ., A ri( * W r M V I V ; : s , t I ■r Prof. Wcstbrook, who was some years ago professor of Mathematics in the MeKinney public schools, now professor of Mathematics at Henry College at Campbell, while experimenting with electricity in the labratory of that institution last Wednes- day had the misfortune to lose both eyes and is totally blind. While teaching here Prof. Westbrook lost his wife, who was a rery estimable lady. He enjoyed the friendship and esteem of a large circle of friends here. He is a fine scholar, a profound thinker and a diligent student and his terrible misfor- tune will not only prove a sad one to him but also to his many friends. PASTORS PLEASfi NOTICK. The Courier would be pleased to publish a brief announcement of the services for the Sunday fallowing, in our church column every Saturday. The pastors of the city are requested to furnish us their announcements as early as convenient on Saturday, and if your churcn is not represented ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 8 February 1901

r v 1 I J H r There U Something to See Along —THE— MELI35A DOTS. ' The Only Scenic Route North and East The Quick and Most Comfortable Way to the Mississippi or Mis- souri River* and Beyond. Railroad Restaurant and Cafe Car Service Unequalcd in America. Write to Room No. 72(1 Century Building, St. Louis, for one of our illustrated pamphlets, entitled "The Top of the Ozarks." "Feathers and Fins on the Frisco "Fruit Farming Along the Frisco "The Ozark Uplift." "There is something to see along the Frisco line." The nio.«t comprehensive railroad literature for the home-seeker, inven- tor or traveler ever distributed gra- tuitously. W. A. TlTLKY, (Jeii'l Agt Pass. Dept. Dallas, Texas. I, TRADE MARKS, OOPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS. | Sand youf business direct, to Washinf;tcii9 | lavea time, costs less, bettor service. close to V. B. Patent OUce. FREE prellmln- istionsjnade. Atty'rTee not due antll patent . PEWWAT. ATTENtlON GIVEN-19 YEARS EXPERIENCE. Book "How to obtain Patent*/' , firas. Hteftt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 16 February 1901

We Do 20th CENTURY Printing. . IV. Circulation of The Semi-Weekly Is over aooo. McKINNEY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 11)01.-4:30 P. M. NO. 292. A.20th CENTURY LOCAL PAPER—TODAY'S NEWS IN A NUT-SHELL ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ Printed Especially to Please a Progressive People. Read the Announcement to The Boys and Girls on Fifth Page In Today's Courier. t i i I FROM ALL PARTS OF TIIR WORLD— CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE COLUMBIA VS HAVERNORD Philadeldhia,Feb. 16.—Tonight the Columbia University gymnas- tic team will meet the Harverford college team in this city. NORTH ATLANTIC SQUADRON, Pensacola, Fla., Feb. 16.—The Iforth Atlantic Sqnadron is ex- pected to return from its gulf cruise today and will probably re- main until the first week in March ' . • MONUMENT FOR CUBAN HERO. * Guthrie. Okla., Feb. 16.—Gov. —** Barnes today opened the bid* for a monument to Rough Rider Hoy V. Cash ion, the only Oklahoma boy who perished in the Cuban W«r. The selection has not yet been announced. The citizens of He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 16 February 1901

M-a 4 ; y ! j I * J K+. k#< -, - , * • -^>m . , • ."• *. r* ■•4M WMMftW V V) -1' i *■' •f * J « %* 'H> :'* T .• ; • ••-••"■■ y ^ ;r^ •,—. . * , r. * '. * v ■ * . * « •. . ,• ; '#,'«• +' . . ; — si THE NEW RAILROAD. NEWS AND VIKW8 CONCKUNIVO f FROM VARIOUS SOUROKS. IT W c arc glad to find that con- siderable interest is manifested hy our citizens today in regard to the now lted Itiver, Texas and Southern Kv, which has been chartered and is now surveying a route through West Collin. The (5ou litr has endeavored to keep an eye on the movements of the new road but must admit that their maneovuers are so rapid as it makes us feel like we are 011 a very warm trail. Active opera- tions arc already under way. The l'joad is to enter the state at Willis about ten miles west of Dcnison a.nd propose to run through Guu- ther's ranch and take in Dallas and Ft Worth. This would cause 1 H- tjje ti ne to run about ten miles \yest of MwKinney and would hurt our town very much, and the expens...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 16 February 1901

k K >> rs 8 A '> 1 Wm *£2 iZ&Zi Opera House, One Night, Tuesday, Feb. 19th ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY- The Eminent American Tragedian, Mr. Edwin Rostell, and a Supurb company in the greatest of the classics. HAMLET! A Beautifully Costumed and Elegantly Staged Production .... # *N Prices $i, 75, 50 and 25. i 1 3Local. Pianos for rent at Couch's music house. ( One Crown organ, 2 years use, $15, at Couch's M usic Store, clw '* I' * * Representative John K. Smith will put in a first class square bale gin ntCopeviile.: rOne Farrant & Votoe organ good as new for $i>5 at J. T. Couch s. dwtf . X\ . Lev. J. M. Cocke and family will soon occupy the Gullett res- idence near the C. P. church. One upright Pease piano $100, slightly abused, at Couch's Music Store. dwtf An elegant line of new ready to wear hats just received direct from New York at Mi s.W.E.Mar- shall's. 13 3t An elegant line of new ready to wear hats just received direct from New York at Mrs. W. E. Marshall's. 1...

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