It is not unusual in pre-1900 newspaper articles to see the phrase “please copy” at the end of the article along with a name of a newspaper or city. That was a notation that the story would hold some interest for the readers of that paper as well.
That phrase “please copy Warsaw Signal” could be a clue the person mentioned in the article would be known to readers of that paper.
And that could be a clue.
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