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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 February 1909

r' C' 'o jf ' -V - T, i Semi-Weekly Founded! Wayne County Organ of the 1908 i Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY," FEBRUARY 19,1909. NO. 16 Ctteti HUUFFJKKSS National Convention at In dianapolis In Session. FOR NONPARTISAN COMMISSION Speakers Declare That the' United States lingers Decades Behind Scientific Methods of Eu ropean Countries. Indianapolis, Feb. 17. The first nn tlmiiil tni'lIT commission convention, whoso delegates liopu to point llu way for tho establishment of u permanent tni'lIT commission, Iit-Iil u rousing ses sion heri', at which speeches wore made hy Henry 8. Towno, president of the Merchants' society of New York; Senator Brown of Nebraska, Bopre sentatlve Fowler of New Jersey and ex-Governor Guild of Massachusetts. Men of opposing political purlieu whoso views on the construction of n tnrlff differed widely sat side by Hide ii h delegatus mid joined In tumultuous applause as speaker nfter speaker vig orously denoun...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 February 1909

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED KVERV WEDNESDAY AMD FBIDAT BY THE OllZB PUBLISHING COMPAWY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post office, Jlonesdale, Pa. K. B. HAHDENBERGH, - - PBESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SECY directors: c. ii. dorrlinqer. m. b. allen, henry wilson. e. b. iiardenberoh. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.60 A YEAR. IK ADVANCE WEDNSEDAY, FEDRUAKY 10, 1909. REMINISCENCES Washington, Feb. 15. In discussing the Lincoln anniversary with some of the members of the Pennsylvania delegation at Willard's last night, Colonel Wesley K. Andrews, Chairman of the Pennsyl vania Republican Committee, recalled some of the exciting incidents of the campaign that .preceded the first election of Lincoln. Colonel Andrews has been in politics for more than half a century. In the campaign of 1856 he was not old enough to vote, but he arranged political meetings in support of Fremont and Dayton, the first pational ticket of the Republican party. He cast his first vote at a state election two y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 February 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN 5ioie)SK)ieK38jOK)!o:!Cio!0:-)e)CioicieiOR I'OK KKNT. Un-to-dute house-D rooms. Furnace, nil mmlprn Improvements. On Eleventh St.-.I. K, Kli'hniuiiaor Att'y Senrle WKWII.r, IIAVU n car of lVnnsylvnnla Horses In lloneMlnle Haturcliy, Feb. 2, UW. Drivers uml ilrult liorsrs. C. A. C'ortrlclit & Son. II ""ilKM WANTED, All kllKlR-now. Ad dress Etnploytiictit l!urenn. ISl'lenienti St., Liberty, N. Y. 1017 AUCTION SAI,K-Thur.ilny, Februury 18. nt llranmn's barn, rear of Allen House, at ono p, tn. Fresh cows. Horses, Whboiis, Harness, Sleighs and any article you wish to dlsposcof may lie brought In for sale. Terms made known on day of sale. HF.AKK 11HOS. SCHOOL TEACHKItH If you have a few- hours each day that you can spare from your work we will show you how to Increaco your earnings. Drawer o nonosuaie ra. WANTED In every Hamlet. Village, and Township, energetic pcoplewho wlllusetheir spare lime inr coon pay. Drawer j. Honesdale, l'a tf FAUM of 100 acres, 'M cows and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 February 1909

I 1 1 Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF Orson. Feb. 15th. Where was the American flag on February 12th, that was bought by the good people of Orson some years ago, and should have been floating in the breeze, to remind us of the birthday of one of the greatest men this country has ever known? Is this flag to be con trolled by private parties, or is it a pub lic flag? If the latter, let it be displayed on proper days near the post olllce, not the saloon. C. F. Kcllam, Mercantile Appraiser for Wayne county, passed through town on Wednesday of last week. At an entertainment given recently for the benefit of the Bible School, $10.50 was taken in and placed in the treasury. Elmer Hine, who has been confined to the house by sickness, is now able to re turn to school ot Winwood. Mrs. Eugene Hall and little daughter, Gertrude, of Ariel, are visiting at the home of Stanley Hine. Mrs. H. A. Kvans, of Edwardsville, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Hall, at this place, during the pas...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1909

Library Jnljiofio item ScmIVeckIy Founded! Wayne County Organ ef the ' mna IwVM Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 66tH YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA. "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1009. NO. 16 DR. HL rant II Famous Surgeon Noted For Love to Mankind. BODY ON WAY TO NEW YORK Ead Came at Savannah After He Had Battled For Months With Canoer of the Tongue. Now York, Feb. 23. The death at Savannah of Dr. William T. Bull, the most eminent American Burgeon, has caused mourning among thousands In this city. Dr. Bull's body Is on its way here for interment. Dr. Bull was as noted for his love to mankind and for the generous aid he cave to the poor as for his talent in his profession. He attended thousands without charging any fee. Neither would he charge an exorbi tant fee when his patient was a mil llonalre. The story Is told of an operation for appendicitis that he performed on one of the great -railroad and financial magnates of this city. The operation was highly successful, and the patient...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1909

State House Will Be Relieved of Unsightly Surroundings. r AmfinAI. SrERUY. fT was a Iinppy tbougbttoflzon Washington's i mrtnuay ns lue date for welcoming home the battleship fleet which has now made n crluse j arouud the world. ' It Is the first time in history that so large and powerful a force of warships has made such n Journey, and had It been Intended as a hostile demonstration it would have been highly Inappropriate to signalize Its return by a big demonstration on the birthday of Washington, for, though mighty in battle when the question of freedom was involved, he wns not a man who sought bloody strife for the sake of conquest or for the opportunities of winning military , gk.ry. When many of the colonists were eager for separation from the I mother country in the discussion pre liminary to the devolution he held back as long ns possible, hoping that a reconciliation was yet feasible. When, during his second term ns pres ident, some of uN more Impulsive I countrymen would h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1909

INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER BIBLE STUDY CLUB. February, 28th, 1909. (Copyright 103. by Rer. T. S. Llntcott, D.D. The Gospel In Samaria, Acts vlll:4 35. y Golden Text. The people with ono accord gave heed unto those things which Philip spake, hearing and see ing the miracle which he did. Acts Till: 6. Verse 4. What caused the "scatter ing abroad" of the Christian com munity? Was the persecution of the church, headed by Saul, n blessing or a curse? Was this persecution according to Qod's first best plan? When God's first, or original, plan Is upset by an evil, is there any evi dence to show that he uses that very evil to bring about that which he had . planned to accomplish another way? (See case of Joseph also of Jesus.) Verse 5. Who was Philip? Should the church, today, utilise laymen more in preaching the gospel? What did Philip preach at Samaria? What do you understand by Philip preaching Christ? Verses 6-7. How do you account for .it, that the peoplo turned to God with such unanimity...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1909

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED ZVIRY WKDITC8DAY AHD FRIDAT BT THE CITIZEN rUBUSHIBQ COMPART. Entered as second-class matter, at the post ofllcc, Honesdale, Fa. K. B.HARDENBKRGH. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: c. n. DoinmoiB. HKMBT WILSON. M. B. ALLEN. E. B. IIABDENBEROII. . W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.80 A TEAS, IN ADVANCE WEDNSEDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1009. Abraham Lincoln's head is to ap pear on the new one-cent pieces to be issued in about a month. Senator Penrose in debate violently attacked Senator LaFollette for delay ing the business of the senate on Thurs day last. President-elect Taft was made a Mason "at sight" by the Grand-Lodge of 0h'0, Premier Abquith' tells parliament that no naval arrangement was reached during King Edward's visit to Berlin. Max F. SciiMirrnERQER has been made Chief Inspector of the New "York police depaitment. The widow and son of millionaire Samuel Roebuck were astounded to learn, when his will was read, that- he fead a daughter living in En...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1909

CENIA WORD COLUMN .WANTED An cfflclent local report for Honesdale ana vicinity.'- Call at Cmfts of fice... k FOR SA LEr-CO colonies of bees for sale.- Ap ply to M.E.Lavo, Bethany. - " FOE SALE Tbo well-known MttrrayJWrm situated In Cherry Rldgc township, two and one-halt miles from llonesdale. name dis tance from Hoadley's Station on the Eric. .A Wyoming railroad. This farm consists of 250 acres, admirably adapted for Stock or Dairy purposes, usual cuts over one-hun- aroa tons 01 nay, besides a larce acreage or other crops. Seven large barns ; eraneryjee bouse, silo and three dwelllnghouses.- -There In about $2,008 worth of hardwood lumber. In the tree. Stables with cement floors foM cows. Will sell for one-third cash, balance on easy payments, or will exchange for town, property. Murray Cp.,' Honesdale, Pa., " FOR RENT. Up-to-date house-9 rooms. Furnace, all. modern' Improvements. On Eleventh St.-J. E, Richmond or Att'y Searle HELP WANTED.-All klnds-ndw. Ad dress Employment Bureau,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1909

I 0?e Younger Set ll sT2. H i Copyrighted, SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CIIAPTEKS Chap. 1-Returnlnsr from Manila. Captain Selwyn. formerly of the army. Is welcomed homo by his sister. Nina Gerard, her wealthy husband Austin, and their numerous child ren. Eileen Erroll. ward of Nina and Austin. Is part of their household. Sclwln has been divorced, without eullt on Mi part, by his wife. Allxe. who Is now the wife of Jack Ruthven, with whom she ran away from Selwyn. II Eileen, who la very fond of her brother. Gerald, despite the young man's neglect of her. makes friends with Selwyn Ill-Gerald Is worried about yqune hrroll's mlnelliie In the fast set. Gerald Is employ ed by Julius Neergard. a rcale state operator In a large way. Selwyn promise; Eileen he will. look after her brother. He tells her about Boots Lansing, his army chum In Manila, who Is coming to New York, In the park Eileen and Selwyn rldo past Allxe. IV Eileen's deceased father was an arcliacol oglst. and she has Inherited some o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1909

Men d4 Women Two Statesmen Named Perkins Wke Disagree With Mr. RoosevcH, Ike Senator from Galfcrala and tie New York Congressman. . . T I HERE are two .statesmen named Perkins who have recently been in controversy with President Roosevelt, one from California, the other from New York state. It Is often noted that Mr. Roosoveltsometlmes compliments people who oppose him In his policies or views. He does not take It FEMURS. ns a ground for unfriendliness that a man criticises bis public actions. This was illustrated recently In tbo case of Representative James Brock Perkins of Rochester. Mr. Perkins was the author of the resolution censuring the president for the rcfereuco In hla mes sage to secret service matters. Mr. Perkins, though In general au udmtrcr, and supporter of the chief oxecutlvo' of the nation, took exception to what he considered au attack by the prcsl- .1... 1 . 1 . I 1 1 .1 .11 I L fill LIII1 III lVllt-ITI'M flllll IlllTIlllV 111 the house. Not long afterward be was ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1909

STATEMENT WAYNE For year ending January 4, Dr. To balance In hands of Treas. Jan. fl, 1908: County fund - $11412 82 Hood 366 19 Bchool ' 804 46 Poor "... '89 64 Big I. 233 6H-$I2728 64 Amount received on collectors cer MBcalea: . ... County fund -.. SIS 88 Bcboof 5S3 61 lioad " ...... 823 07 vSJr " ! 167 K 1852 48 Amount rece'd on unseated taxes: County fund -.. MB 64 Bchool agl Road " - 1W 67 Poor " . 4108- 78$ 98 Amount of. redemption money re- eel ved ...... . 418 09 due on dups. '02, '01, '06 dneondup.1807 l 97 " of 6 percent. addi-d 160 04 ' added duplicate 1957 ... 177 67 overpaid duplicate 1907..... 09 duplicate 19U8 61696 62 ' added duplicate 1908 631 88 Jl state taxree'd - 8801 86 " " reo'd from poor districts... 658 80 reo'd from Auditor Oen'l for bounties l'jg 19 ' county portion llq. license 1895 00 Aud. Oen'l prlm'y eletfns. 1279 83 AUU; agricultt'l so'ty 600 00 " Runners license 86 00 J, ii. Hornbcck ruler and Iron sold U 60 John E. Mandeville steel ruler u...............

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 February 1909

i ttaeti Seml-Wcckly Founded; Wayne County Ortfari 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1009. NO. 17 8b TO Automobilists Accuse Naar of Illegal Methods. NEW JERSEY LEGISLATURE ACTS Allegation Is Made .That Accused Jurist Abused Office In Deal ing With Speed law Violators. Trenton, N. J., Feb. 24. The New Jersey legislature has taken up tlie mutter of Impeaching Justtco Manfred Naur of this city, who has proved a terror to New York nutomoblllHts by means of a corps of constables who detect alleged violators of the speed laws, take their numbers and turn them over to the "Justice, who 1m charged with writing to the car own ers demanding a tine or their appear ance for trial In five days' time. Automobilists have striven in vain against .'Naar's methods heretofore, but today Assemblyman William Bur po of Passaic Introduced a petition from the Automobile Club of America charging Naar with extortion and abuse of his ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 February 1909

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVKBT WEDICRBDAT AND FRIDAY BT the crnzKir runnsitma coMrAnr. Entered as second-class matter, at the post olllce, Ilonesdale, Pa. K. B. HARDENBERflH, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND BKC'Y directors: c. ii. dobrunoer. m. b. allen, iiexbt wilson. e. d. hahdf.ni1f.r01i. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 a yeah, ih advance FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1009. Boiled Down News. Big slump in retook market. Hun dreds of millions of values blotted out in a few hours, causedj by the cut in steel prices. Major Everett Warren, of Scranton is a candidate for Supreme Court Jus tice. Fourteen persons were killed by a tornado in Arkansas. Austro Servian war inevitable. Russia massing troops on the frontier. Kaiser cancelled his arrangements for spring vacation. Pittsburg bankers, contractors and politicans caught in the graft net. The President attended the funeral of his nephew, who was killed by falling out of a window. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will build a municipal saloon in the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 February 1909

4 ten i a nmv iulumn FOR SALE ltay house, on East Extension street. Large lot with sixty feet front. M. K. Simons. 33coUf WANTED An efficient local reporter for Honosdalo and vicinity. Call at Cimior of fice. FOH RA LE-SO colonies of bees for sale, ply to M. K. Lavo. IJcthany. Ap- FOU 8ALK The well-known Murray Farm situated In Cherry Ridge township, two and one-half miles from Honesdale. Mama dis tance from Uoadley's Station on the Erlo & Wyomlne railroad. This farm consists of 250, acres, admirably adapted for Stock or Dairy purposes, usual cuts over one hun dred tons of hay, besides a large acreage of othor crops. Rcvcn large barns ; crancry, Ico house, slm and three dwelllnghouscs. There lf about $2,000 worth of hardwood lumber. In the tree. Stables with cement floors for 40 cows, will sell for one-third cash,' balance on easy payments, or will exchange for town property. Murray Co.. Honesdale, Pa. HELP WANTED. All kinds now. Ad dress Employment Bureau, IS Clements St., Libe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 February 1909

v. r Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF -About the County. Dreher Feb. -224. We had two thaws in Jan uary, and several already in February, and quite a tolfgzard on election day, and only a few" Republican candidates who esoaped being snowed under. Ev eryone seems to take the result good naturedly, however. Not a very big stock of ice stored yet, for use next summer, and those who have failed to get even a small supply, are wishing for more cold weather. Har bingers of spring, such as robins, chip munks, grasshoppers, crickets and fish worms, nave put in an appearance, and do not denote a continuance of cold weather. Mrs. Absalom Phillips is suffering with a severe cold, and is unable to attend to her household duties. George L. Waltz and T. C. Madden are both afflicted with rheumatism. The Union Ladies' Aid Society will meet wjth Mrs. J. W. Hause, on wca npRdfiv-March 3d. William Vceste spent two days of last week visiting relatives in wiiKes-uarre and Scranton. Mr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1909

Cttactt Seal-Weekly FoHRdcdi 1 Weekly Foamlcd, 1844 Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAB. HONESDAIJS, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1909. NO. 18 FACTS IN FEW LINES The present jateia t punctantlon iraa derlaed In tbo flfteeath ceatary. Kew York city baa consumed 14,400, 460 toaa of coal In the- last twelve 0 the 68,453 Chinese admitted Into the Transvaal only 17.000 are stUl in h coma try. . The-pearl Is tbe only gra that does t require the lapidary's art to brine ma&Jtm beaary. TJ crop reporting service of the de- : of agriculture costs tbe gov- Bt $230,000 a year. Atitlnr'cnd of the new railroad line Afghanistan only 24 cents Is charged far & easel carrying 400 pounds seven aarehes. An -artesian well recently was driven 4o a. depth of 1,063 feet at CUffe, Ens land, batons, a sufficient supply 0f wa ter was found. The consumption of lumber In the United States has reached 400 feet per aplta per year as compared with only -sixty feet In Germany. The Fr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1909

LENTEN RULES - LETTER ISSUED lit. UeVrUiehDpJHi.J. Hobaii lias is Hucd his annual BtitcnjcnJ. relative to the observance f tent fn the eCTanton dio cese, which includes this county. The season, winches ojie pi agtins and ab stinence nmoTrgCatho'Tiei sif-over the world, begins on Ash .Wednesday and ends with Karter Sunday. Tlii yepr Vp(it.afioj. fait mi Feb ruary Jlllr.'and-" services appropriate to the driven held in all the Catholic churches. The. old .custom of blessing the ashes'was'followedl- , The BJsriop's ciVcitfar, vviiichls not un like thos'S ihedill'previbus'vtfars, is as follows-'" " J'"1 ' ' nvi.K 'vthi Tfifc onffovAx6fc'oF lest. 1 All the faithful who have completed their tweiity-firtP'ar'ArJ)ouhd to ob serve the Fast oi. Lent, upleM dispensed for legitimate' ffeas'o-rt J.' " 2 Oijlyone meal a day isaljowed, ex cept oh Sunday, ' 3 This meal is not tq.be taken until about noon. 4 On those 'days on 'which permission is granted, to. cat ncat; both' meat and fish are not, t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1909

WOOL vs. COTTON. The Hygienic Use of Clothing-Why and How Cold Is Kept Out and Heat In A Final Word. "Still harping on hie daughter." Like the upright Jew in Shakespeare's Mer chant of Venice, who kept harping on his ducata and his daughter, our champion of cotton and linen underwear in all temperatures, continues to harp about his treasured fad. This question of dress in our climate is important be cause it is of vital interest to the public, who demand those who are competent and qualified to give advice, that they may properly and safely be protected in their winter and summer environments. It is a problem that confronts the medical profession, and to be decided by the members thereof, who are the true teachers of medical and sanitary morals; who occupy Hit high ground that the health and sanitary safety of the public demands that its medical ser vants shall be educated men and wo men, proven to possess scientific knowl edge of the human body, in health and disease. In my former ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1909

THE CITIZEN rOlUailEO KVKBT WEDHISDJIY AHD FBIDAY DT tiik cmm poBueiiiKo company. Entered as second-class matter, at thepost ofllce, Ilonesdale, Pa. K. B. HARDENBKRail. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY DIBECTOB8: c a. DORrLmaKR. k. b. ali.en. HENRY WILSOK. E. B. llARDENBEBOH. W. W. WOOD. . SUBSCRIPTION: ILK) A TEAR. IK ADVAMCB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1009. INCOMPETENT, TARDY OR INDIFFERENT? The city dailies are presumed to give quick trend to public thought on ques tions of public importance; so that' when the patron of his favorite daily, whether he be Republican or "Democrat,, turns anxiously to the editorial page to see whether or not his views on. some new question whichthaa arisen, and has" been given much space in the news columns of said paper, are or are not orthodox, he may find out "where," as a party man, "ho is at." But as a general thing, now-a-days, at least, he finds him aH wnpfiillv disannolnted. In the great majority of cases the great' journals, of the ci...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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