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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 October 1903

n,iijjL!r.ii .ii,iiwiw.w^P?"w.ii^ j,?,. "V'wy ' -|>| MIIMMPIIM I. . >'" l*."t-1 iPPI^PWI^WPil.11-1 -T; 7Pr.=w.pp.*W IRJ.'.l'W P.,*!! . -.nr^rr . ,? ; . . - ^ 7" VOL.7, NO. 142. " " ROANOKE, VA.. TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER ?, 1903. PRICE-ONE CENT -ifjj NEW INV , BY T / Will Revolutionize Lighting IT IS SIMPLE^ l -rrr ! THi MorhinA Pan Ka Ma/Ia nf m uh mavuuiv Vku w at Cost of $450 -The Generator is Simple in its Workings-Has Not Named r the New Invention. Philadelphia. Oct. fr.-^Thrmas A. ^Rdl?on believe he has achieved the greatest of all his t-iumphs in the conquest of Ihe forces tf electricity. He savs he has conceive! and created an electric |>< generator whi h derives Its power from l a fuel of marvelous potency, and which will put electric lighting and el-ectrlcally propelled vehicles In the hands of :he masses of i ho people The perfecting of this wonderful thing?so new that it is yet unnamod? makes possible. Mr. Edison believes, the al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 October 1903

CRAZY MAN TRIES J- ' TO SEE ROOSEVELT Was Armed With Pistol* and Shears?May Have Done President Harm. Washington. Oct. j.?A despetatv hand-to-hand encounter with an armed insane man, who was determined to ate President Kooaevelt, occurred iti ilfl* VMHUulc or the wniH1 nouse suorny before ^cou today. The man. who gave his iiamp as Peter Ellio't. and his home a MitfAeapolis. Minn., was overpowered by the officers on duty at the white house entrance and carried to a police van which had been summoned. He was placed in the van in the custody of twp officers. Seeming to realize that he was under arrest. Elliott began a furious struggle with his captirs for liberty. He drew a revolver front the right side pocket cf his trousers and attempted to shoot Officer James Cisaell. The officer grabbed his hand and wrenched the weapon from his grasp Elliott's struggles were so fierce, however, that the two officers in the cramped quarters of the van were unable to overcome him. Officer Cissell the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 October 1903

NOTICE Our Window as You Pass By i'. * fl Will coMViri'p you that w><* eft fry a complete line of TOILET REQUISITES ^ needed in tvtrday" life. Talee a minutes' time anil seme In our store. We will takt' J!.e greatest pleasure In showing you a::v article you may w ish. Siek Rouni Comforts. Hot Water / Hi tiles. ..tomizcrs.' and ull the various appliances whicti add so much to* the comfott of the sufferer and aid In his cure. * Everything for the toilet. Fancy Perfumes, Soaps. Peniades. Face Pow"TTeT?Face?rmi?Hand?l.otious,?Tooth Washes, Tooth Brushes. Hand Mirrors. W Hair Brushes and Conths. All best m quality and lev/eat prices. I I. & w?. Kaz. r. the best razor made. A We guaractt " each one. and will re ,f mil the money for any ruzor l>ought B at otir store that is not satisfactory. Razor Straps, 25c to $1.0'). Shaving Br Mugs. Brushes and Soaps. Use Violet f Witch Hazel after shaving; full pint A bottles, 25r. * B Shaving Mug. Shaving ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 October 1903

Pin Kreime Hews. Br roanoke, va Bl\. f^Hibid mry day except Sunday. t IH1 ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY. ^B^?. RATTER n/Uf JL: f F Dm yuar |3.*o IB- Mix month* 1.50 & month* 75 P On* month .25 I' ' On* copy 01 ^^ V Editorial Room* r 124 P Mhmd by carrier* in all part* of . Sawn, ae way teeters from correspond- I tot* are solicited; but no attention will * ? be *iven to anonymous oommunicai s- . Hons. Every article of whatsoever hind that 1* not" accompanied by the ? ? nf a Twapnnalhlw p^ra^na (nnr Iwoos?rny lor puoncauonj win oe ceB tW?3T?d. WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia: Partly cloudy Tuesday: fair and warmer Wednesday; light variable winds. .* A DEMOCRATIC SHIBBOLETH. The recent instances of criminal graft in the pustofTUe department at Washington have moved the Atlanta Constitution to suggest that the comj. - 'mandment. "Thou shalt not steal." be adopted as the IXmocrati'- shibboleth for the next campaign. The Washlng ton Post does not -see- any-especial wisdom in this proposal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 October 1903

iUverily Balanced Just as easy to buy a nice Piano or Organ For your home as to spend your money in nonsense. We* can selU,you a Fine Piano for only 20c. per day. or an- Organ for 10c. per day, and no notes to sign. inina u over; obi win yiiwm investigate our methods. FACTORY BRANCH HOUSE. Roanoke Music Co* <- C. T. Jennings. Mgr. 22,Salem Ave. - ? ?1?? NEVER TOO LATE TO IK) OOOD. j "Hollo. George." "Howdy do. Henry?" "Say.;George, did you hear about Jim Foreman's misfortune?" "Nb. What about It?" "He fell off a ladder and broke bcth hps." "He did?" "Yes. The doetor says he will have to amputate !>oth limbs." "Poor fellow. What wttt?hr* family do new?!' "1 don't know. Ge rge. 1 saw Turner. the Mnreabee deputy, talking to hint last week, and he was trying to get him to take out a $.1,000 policy in the Maccabees, but he said he would wait awhile." "Well, what good would a $3,000 policy do him in his case? He is not <tead!" "No. he is not dead; but he i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 October 1903

f" The Fin I 'That offers us within It Patterson ? ' In the West to I?uild a h that section, _ vbest i^irl" to sell, and HERE IS YOt A< " FO 2 Store P t<? room d 7 room d We make a t See us before Bu^ If. 213 Je ROANI I Insu] H ; _ "3 I ' . ? F. " I:,' . i W e represent the dent Insurance C< R i *., .... business at the-] us for rates befon Our fire con iv ness in Roanoke has paid $126,2 I-'-' zation, | t . __ I': - | Chas. IN/I fir -1 * i N . 1 11 sfctV7'" ' < ' OANC st Man MBaflot-Cld ~ .'1 18 per cent. of its value for the best Ave. Lot f Knd will Get it. The owner bought ome, because it was the prettiest lot in , but for reasons satisfactory to his he has decided not to do so and wants sell tjuick. JR OPPORTUNITY. DT QUICK. R RENT. tnrmia nn pni A rp welling in n. w..*11.00. \\elling in s. w. $:>r?.00 per month. specialty of select properties, y'mg. ? L Armes & Co. fferson Street S. W. )KE, VIRGINIA. ranee ?hat I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 October 1903

THERE HE COME; j In yesterday's puzzle, by nsinp the dop is found in the lower renter, forn r corner as base the farmer is found net thfi pra.i*. ' Autumn II FORI ff-. We liave liniHln of hiiiitiug-^ . Clothing, Habere / For you this Fall t * | The stock has arrived ar every suit and overcoat repn I value but each has special f< particularly to men who kno appreciate values. We ca , "" great variety of choice fabri coats that we sell at , i AIRHEARTKIRK 102 SALEM AVENUE. 0KB PRICE CLOTHIER3, ] INTERSTATE euns GUNS GUNS i 11 , Before making a thai yon inspect Remington < always please, and Remington I / all. A foil lin Shell Belts *kc. - "Everything for Nelson Ha "The I r ; Pi. f UUilVClUCllLCt blC . Brilliai The Electric Light i doubt at all about it's being fumbling In the dark for matt turn the key, it's dark. Sim * c FOR ESI ! Wiring Y< I , W. E. woi 1 No. 10* rim^nW i fcrnni r.'.iMi ll ' y PUZZLE I BL S NOW" WHERE?" s upper pari of the picture as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 October 1903

Tn dd^ j (Ill DIHUO MIL *>111111 K there entails no more work than tak- 0 Inm it elsewhere, hut the results are ? entirely different The laundering will Q be perfect and many tripe to our tab 0 ertll not rntn the fabrics. At the ^ Radford Steam Laundry J things are cleansed as they are at ? home, but by experienced wnrkere 0 who have every modern convenience 3 at hanu. ? But you needn't bring the things ? here. We'll' send, for them, ? DOLD'S J | Westphalia Hams and 1 - Choice Breakfast Bacon. | HUNTER & CO J Cor. Balem ava end Commeroe | | FADEDiSJ j k| , can often be maile HRIOHT and BEAU* & TIPUL a {rain and I/)ST VISION RE- % STORED :o a normal condition. If you g hare your eye* SCIENTIFICALLY EX- S fr AMINED and fitted WlTh the RIOHT ~g viNnnPdi issrs ini n ieivn? ????. 5 Every pair G | - to give Uneq [ vice and Satis wL -SOLD ON j" PETERS 14 East Camp! NEAR CITY for? It is TOO LATE." Ycur child's % eyes ehould have ATTENTION AT ? ONCE 'bcfsro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 October 1903

vol.. 1,Nlt.tft- " ROANOKE, VA.. WEDNESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 7, 1903; PRICE?Ul111 LIUli J FOR A VAST \ NE6R0 EMPIRE A Refuge For All Blacking' also. Races ,u!i in i ront . ^ , . knu< A GREAT BENEFACTOR SS Tl f entp chie Engl London. Oct. 7.?M. Lebaudy. other- whti wise Jacques 1.. emperor of Sahara, has take tired out a multitude of rej?orters. phc- nob! lographers and representatives of firms / anxious to have a hand in the fitting out of his empire. 'What his business |U| In I.ondon exactly is he still refuses to |f|| disclose, but the Dally Mail oontalus a I1 version of bis intentions, which purports to be given cn the next best ^ authority. According to this report. M. Lebaudy de.drcs to be iar.deu down to posterity as the greate t benefactor of the negro Mc race who ever lived. With this idea his kin intentions a:e purely pacific and com- hotn< merclal! Ho desires first to obtain the foun consent cf the European powers who woui f claim to have Influence over...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 October 1903

I IE6CLAR MEETING [ Of CITY COUNCIL I Re-Apportionment Ordinance Adopted Dividing City InLJ lo Four Wards* . The regular monthly meeting of The ? city council was held last night in the council chamber. President Johnson being ahuent. . Vice-President Cnimpecker presided. There were present Messrs. Camp, i Crumpeoker, Donaldson, _ Heazel, Hough, J. E.. Huff. 1'. W . Mats, Minnahan. Page. J. A.. Renner.Schwab.Sei" ftert. Shickel. Thomas and V\ IIK^hson I Upon motion the reading of thv Jour. ? . nal^ was dispensed with. R. The first business considered was the mayor's message vetoing the re-apportionment ordinance. A motirn to pass the measure, the mayor s veto to the contrary, notwithstanding, was deg?" feated by the following vote: Ayes? r- -',v= Heazel. Huff. P. W.. Minnahan. Page. J. A.. Renner. Schwab. Shieke!. Thomas as and Wllkerson?9. Noes?Camp. lionaldson. Hough, J. E.. Mays. Sei|; . fert?5. ^?- Anotlier message from rtre mayor " rwas read, in which the attention of the counc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 October 1903

f NOTICE 1 Pr? Our Window as You Pass ?y Pi It will convince you ihat we carry a complete line ot * t : - . . din TOILET S A REQUISITES 52 needed in everday life. Take a mln- of ?iu> iim>' r< nm_Ju uur-smxe. .We bell will take t(:e areutcst pleasure in the allowing you any article you may wish. C. < Si?k itvom Comforts. Hot on^ Bellies. . .touiizr rs. ami all" the various S appliances whicn adil so uiuch to the her j?"? comfort of tiie sufferer and aid in his as care. ' hat] Everytb.ng for the toilet. Fancy lar< Perfumes. Soaps, Pc mades. Face Pow- suit der. Face and Hand Lotions. Tooth ing Washes. Tooth Brushes. Hand Mirrors, Mai Hair Brushes and Contbs. All best syu <|'iallt v and l.-w.st nrlccs. tjie I. & L. Kazi r. the best razor mane, -ttu We guarantee each one. and will re- gro fund the money for any razor bought the at our store that is not satisfactory, mai Razor Straps, 25c to $1.00. Shaving ter M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 October 1903

ROANOKE, VA WMrtil mry lay exoopt Sunda; IBB, ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY RATES DAILY: I -O- mr . m Br? * aoatfei L3 1 "* Tkm months ..." 7 C - Ou month 2 One oop>^ 0 BOTH PHONES I o??o ii Editorial Rooms 13 vpDalhstit by carriers in all parts < tb? city. Bovri, newsy letters from correspond mts ars solicited; hut no attention wil he given to anonymous communica Sons. Every article of' whatsceve glad that is not accompanied by tit name of a responsible persons (no ows sss ell w #at nnhllrof inn \ will Km A si troyed. yv: r* pFtWEATHER REPORT. t? ' ' For Virginia: Partly cloudy Wedncs day; rain and cooler Wednesday night rain- Thursday; increasing soutbcas to southwest winds. uENERAL BRADLEY JOHNSON General Bradley Johnson is dead which means that another sturdy ol< i soldier of the Confederacy has gone t< the other side to answer roll-call, ha: left the fast diminishing ranks of hi: comrades here to <ake his place witl ~Z the steadily ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 October 1903

? Evenly Balanced , .. . . , tee haft d? Just as easy to buy a nice. ,.ie faclM, Piano or Orian dwonai ? V vr WI additional For your home as to spend your win be at r money in nonsense. We can sell ?ohn? you a Fine Piano for only 20c. ^ JJ1^JJ1? per day, or an Organ for 10c. per ua e of Pe day, and no notes to sign. a gradual Think it over: net our prices: Coiiiy. a InvesTigate our methods/ southern FACTORY BRANCH HOUSE. !n EnallJli * r-j f * w ? ?' !! have Koanoke Music* Co. m ntand C. T. Jennings. Mgr. 22 Salem Ave. tnaiVuct"! - * ? Mr. Hodg NEVER TOO LATE TO 1X3 GOOD. book-keep "Hello. George." M. C. A. hi "Howdy do. Henry?" Jn ecuiln "Say. George, did you hear about Jim ether depj Foreman's misfortune?" there be "No. What about It?" studies. I "He fell oft a ladder and broke brth that the ^ legs." UP a "IS*1 "He did?" anT worth > "Yes!' The doctor says he will have aS en; to amputate both limbs." more efllcl "Poor fellow. What will his family fosslon. do new? ' "There...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 October 1903

P The Fii B*'- That offeia us within i Patterson IiTthe We to l>uil<Ta that eectio to "sell, nn< HERE IS YO We make ; Chas. IV m 213 J ROAN B Insu f 1mm m H&. II Wc represent tl dent Insurance C I business at the us for rates befo Our4tre co ness in Roanoke I has paid $126, ft . zation. . Chas. K , ' ^^227. * ' ROAN 'St Man oinan or Child * 33 1-3 per cent, of its value for the best Ave. Lot ? St Kud will. Get it. The owner bought home,1 because it was the prettiest lot in n, but for reasons satisfactory to his he has decided not to do so and wants i sell nuick. UR OPPORTUNITY. iCT QUICK. >R PENT. Rooms on Salem Ave. dwelling in n. w. $11.00. > dwelling in e. w. $25.00 per month. a specialty of select properties, lying. 1. Armes & Co. efferson Street S. W. OKE, VIRGINIA. ranee Chat Insures ic most reliable Fire and Acci3ompany and will write your lowest possible rates. Ask re placing your business. mpany ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 October 1903

i OUR PAIL i * ^ TO HEAR JONES RECOUNT His THINK HIM THE GREATEST I BROWN THINK HIM? In ye?:erday's~ puzzle. by using th pfr.?on spoken of Is fcuml between t 1 Autumn I fnuiuiim r - I FOR ' < ? ~ ~j; We h.tv? iiniRli ;; . of hnutlug Clothing, i| Haben ;; For you this Fall .The?q^ck has arrived a ' < * every suit and overcoat repi < * value but each has special f particularly to men who kn< ? appreciate values. We ci J | great variety of choice fabr * * coats that we sell at $13.50, I AIRHEART-KIM f__J: 102 SALEM AVENUE ^ o DXB PRICE CLOTHIER8. < INTERSTATE GUNS GUNS _____ _ I Q U ISi S 1"/ ? = = I Before making L. that you inspect 1 Remington 2 always please.. I and Remington I all. A full lii I - Shell Belts <fcc. KrttEveryiRing for pelson fit " "The 1 - I 1- -J W Convenience* Cl< I Brillia I The Electric Light" I doubt at an about it's being: I fumbling: in the dark for mat I turn the key, it's dark. Sin ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 October 1903

^Rr ^000?Sr BT Bt' | yM^ BE- - *RJW"^x tmv TO BR11G THE SHIRT hern entails no more work than to) Ins it elsewhere, but the results ai ?amy fliffereut?The laundering ati be perfect and many tripe to our tu win not ruin the fabrics. At the Radford Steam Laundry things are cleansed as they are i home, but by experienced w.?rkei who have every modern convenient But fou needn't brln? the thinf here. We'll send for them. DOLD ' S Westphalia. Hams am Choice Breakfast Bacoo HUNTER & CO Oor. Salem ava. and Commeroe St I c an often bt made BRIGHT and HEAl K . TIFl'L again and IjOST VISION RE Rjf i STORED to a normal condition. If vo ? hare yotn eyes SCIENTIFICALLY K> AMINED and ntted with the RICH KIND OF GLASSES (Ol'R HINDI, la fore It Is TOO LATE. Ycur child c eyea should have ATTENTION A If- . ONOB ?heforo thev are RUINED b close application in school. SAV them TODAY. TOMORROW may t ?V. TOO LATE. i - CONSULT DR. MOORE, K Zye Specialist, 20ft Calem Ave. (1st floor) RO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 October 1903

,~r 7 V: ~^7) X 1 VOL. 7, NO. 144. * ROANOKE, VA.; THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 0, 1903. PRICE?ONE gENT ^ JUDGE Mi ENTER 1 Urged to Seek Governorship * 1 r IS UNDECIDED Author of the Famous Bill I Regulation Sale of Liquor , Has Been Urged to Seek Governorship ? Other Aspirants ? Hitch ^ Ahout Primary. . . * ,Rk-hmor.(!, Va., Oct. 8.?"I am con sideling Uk matter, and will let vmiv , have my answer as soon as I have d?I rifled what I jthall do." Thus spoke Judge NV. H. Mann, of NctUway, the author of the Mann bill, who had l>et-n asked the direct question whethar he w? uld be a randhlate for governor before the next Democratic state convention. ~7 Judge Maa-n was going to attend a H meeting o( the legislative committee on I revision wl.?n seen by a reporter, and while the same affable and accommc(iating gentleman as always, lie was in a hurry, and wfts taken unawares by the question. The temperance people of the state, are anxious f<. r Judge Mann to enter the conte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 October 1903

f TILLMAN HAS II HIS INNING; f . Prosecution Rests Case and | - Hearing of Witnesses for ~ wi the Defense Begins. Lexington, S. C., Oct. 7.?The defense K In the case of J. H. Tillman eutered || upon the presentation of its aide cf h the eaae. Solicitor Thurmond having \ announced when the trial was resumed /. today that the state woum resu .>o farther testimony wm offered by the state. Nine witnesses for the defense -were heard today. It is estimated that the defense will consume th? remalnder of the week. Juror Sharpe. who has been sick for . the last three days, was able to sit &r J through today, although the court was .* adjourned an hour earlier on his account. The defense first renewed the motion " to have th? jury instructed to dlarep gard all testimony relative to the posf session of a weapon by the defendant fej a day or two prior to the shooting, con>? tending that no connection hail been ; shown 'between that and the shooting. The court r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 October 1903

NOTICE Our Window as You Pass By It will convince you that carry a complete line of - " - TOU.ET REQUISITES r?L1ft <vurtlny life.?Take a mln- utes time and ccmelu our store. We will take the greatest pleasure in showing you auy article you may wish. Sick Riiom Comforts. Hot Water Hetties. ..tomlzers. anil all the >arlou? appliance* whlca add so much to the comfort of the sufferer and aid In his cate. Lveryth.ng for tl?e toilet. Fancy Perfume?. Soaps, Pctnades. Face Pow"m*r?Fate and?Hand?Lotion*. Tuoth-Washes. Tooth Brushes. Hand Mirrors. Hair Brushes' and Combs. All best quality and lowest prices. I. & L. Razor. the best razor made. We guarantee each one, and will refund the money for any razor bought at our store that Is not satisfactory. Razor Straps. 25c to $1.00. Shaving Mugs. Brushes and Soaps. Use Violet Witch Hazel after shaving; full pint byttles. 25c. Shaving Mug. Shaving Brush and one euke Shaving Soap for 23c. Don't fall to get it. CALL A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 October 1903

> % Ertiiig lis. ' ROANOKE, VA. ' f*" Published every day except Sunday THE ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY, v EFfi>'- HATES" DAILY: One year *. $3.00 p Six months 1.50 x Three months 75 One month 25 One copy . . , . , JJ1 BOTH PHONES Business Office "143 Pp- Editorial Rooms 124 <.? . : Delivered by carriers in all parts of |4 "" '"* l;V WEATHER RETORT. For Virginia: Cooler Thuisday, with ah o warn, followed b.? fair. fnsh south shifting to west winds. Friday. tmlr. ? - t-t.f'f" THREE billions in pensions. According to figures compiled by Commissioner Ware, the amotnrrpaid out thus far by the government in pensions to civil war veterans exceeds three billion dollars Considerablepause must be taken by the average mcrtal to begin to appreciate the pric< which L'ncle Sam has been called upon to pay for the patriotism of his soldler boys. The pension expenditure since the war has been but little less, says Commissioner Ware, than the aggregate cost of th...

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