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f'w the mtmv !n the rthtan.f ,
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Published Kvory FtMfty by Hie
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J.'W. SrlHkMS,
vinita. i.t.. oo i. 10, im.
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Give uh betlrliool house.
Give us decent court houses.
Instruct our prison iiimntos in
noine useful trade.
TJtf Chieftain U rnplilTy extend
ing its circulation.
Vinila with ils Competing line
ofi Jtailrond, possesses superior
advantages for shipping Block.
Vinita with its kiIiooIh and
Churches is tiic mnit desirable
point in the Territory for family
residence.
Uelter nmdswill affonl ooinforl I
nd economy of time and money to j
every person who Ira o'a for picas-1
tiro or on hUBlnoi"!, on
whccla or on lior-'obnek.
foot, on
- j the Perryman party with a viola-
cv . J. V. Scregge, our asaoci-1 tion ,- tbe agre. mint made be
ate editor, wa ot Uio latent date in , tWtfen thm with the sanction an .1
Concord, New Hampshire. Ilia npproval of Generals Fi-k nni
health wo regrot to say, is not Whittlesey, reprc renting the Do
much improved. His post oOlce ' ,mrtment of the Int-rior, si Mus
address is Springfield, Vermont. !ee, the 1'ithdty of August,
New school houses ar.d new Tll0 ..nent pledged irma
court hr.URes tho oandidaloi f-nffltps anmng tho Creeks, wd
fercd by the CuunrtMS for the M mean9 Ut tiiatCnd all parties
votes of the National Council next pnMmiMJ ft fl,n TlP n fi,r elee
montli, jiavea reserve behiml them , tion nd ,n nIIf.,t ftlUBt, of thin
of intelligent ajul solid Mtpportere q, complin, theV have been rte-
wnicn nioinuen tiiii not ue HKiy
to forget, who bcliere in a jHliticnl
hercaflor.
Thjj Ciuiutaik is not esjiouFing
tho cause of either of the disagree-
t.itr nnrtisM In llio Crnolr Knlini If
illmd Inflnonro to oxert it would be
on the side of peace and harmony. I
ti. f,i- ....i .it i . '
lib Vlll-lta l,UIIIIUbllirai iO fVOR1l I
their (lillicultioa without endanger
ing thoir highest interests The
dictates of patriotism are plain,
and tho leader who follows them in
preferring tho quiet arttl happiness
of ids peoplo rather than his own
advancement, will doservc the
highest consideration.
Utacoo Ilindman, a m of Gen.
Tom II in dm an, n distinguished
Confederate General, who was as
sainated at iiolonn, Ark., after
tho clonij of tho war, has been p.
pointed Professor of Civil Kngi.
nccring at tho Ktrnloe- Military
Institute. Gun. Hindman spent
BOnie time when a yooth at Grand
Saline, in the Chi mti- Y-t;,...
nnd is well remembered by tmmv
of nur oldest jitii nc who' win i...
gratified to know that hi name ondj A fnetul. riling from o-iwal.i, water to warm up the p.ymtn.
gallantry have descended o tho-e t" 1-t" u,,,t '"f01"'" " tlt.tt the Poliieimn Guuter and Sixkilb-r,
who will preten e thtm untan iidi. tnttl t,f io'" r,,,c f" the murder j however, put in an appearance and
Cd. r of Joe Itt, Li-t September, In gun concluded t hold hith'Orecn and
-jj;s nt the court hune in Cuonetstoo- his'liqnid. What afterivurdi be-
Thc Oiagat. Mr. Green way who " Distuct, Wednesday and eio. ame of the latter we did not en
is now residing at the MgC ' ed the day following, rci:' ting in , quire, but Green concluded to es
Agcney, informs u that the oag- a verdict -f iiianlaiightir in Jherta Deputy U. S. Marehfl to
es arc hoalthy nnd prosp rous. first degn e Judge Joel h. Mayes, Fort Smith, for the purpose or
They number only about 1,7J. of tUu J up ream Court, pre.ddi d j presoiuing himself before Judge
souls, und are lu-ciring at ut ' ftml cilt "' the convict to ten j I'arker and obtain a lieket or
120,003 in annuity frcmlhel'. " in the Nutional pi iron at leave to inspect and note tlu wurk
S. Gnvernment.asinier.etontluiri Tuhlequah. Solieitur Ward andlinP",ftt large Jnstitntion some
trust funds. They have orgmied ! J,M,U4" 'i'iy appeared fur tlic j timwe ch1I1 tlidfflTutuse of Correc-
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ii form of coYtrnment at.tl ,.'
Iheir conditlonMwhich han been
recoguiied at WallRngtoji and are
gradually acquiring some control
oi wieir junus, ttiousamU of dol-
Inru tf -1i(a wm t..i,i J i
- v" nMNi uj mi
MWinrlorm-TAgwU. Strike Axe
. ,. u.0 uovemoro! the
Grasr!
grass; green grass, dn
gr?s; beautiful gran; nho
i!i
Mriglhy njj-iao, ealu.utc thy j. ,. ,()rs .binnjj the drv, hot weath
er or nnnroeiate tliv tr..r.... ... f j... . .
alrhemy. at cov. rs tht earth itli
,, ., ..-..-.,,,.,,,.
beauty. It aflor.is bed l..r re.i
to the toil worn lulmrer. It r- r
idrited horsef . It fi!N th. !,.,:h -'
of the ox Willi t.... lb -iiue luirrovi
3MnInttiatrti.gi, tonwnai I th.
g'ow of beauty to .. n ,,fo.
r-ftsour suits frmn the 5,
:iti!
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froH of winter. It fill tju, ,,
v ith eovetetl cn-Ii nnd eombuu
brains, energy und cspitaJ. All
flcidi is grass, and all f!-eh iegoinx
fur gn8. Counties, reservation
ai i
nod intions of grass are coveted
Jiungucu.or, paid for ami gobbled
up by poor trton o.nd ricli men, bv
jtrivntes nnd ofiiciaJs, by sliyaUirj
and silver plated tmocos. Nor
is this all. Ita insinuating iulluencv
enlightens tho brain, makes
clear tho judgment nnd rectifies
tho ronscionco. Who would hedge
in by sections or quarter sections
this inestimable boon to man. We
know none among its; no, not one.
Free grass, like free air, free water,
free Jnnd and froe government is in
the iipocnrfaut. Long mny it wax c
tj delglit tho eye, tickle tliu pal
ate and fill the porkcU of all our
I'itftcns, J''or the jiromiso is V us
mliu c' ildren, (hut In io shall ht
ur Jioiuui i-nijr at tia. grB grows.
t At J"- uwtfyny fy""-
Hie lit V (ItWlaliit?.
i h W !"i rrvnwi. ot M-f i-
II ll'vl IT.wll'1-f-t' '1 I'rilH Mt.ll
lei-
Chk-fuf iheCrc-k Nation, in Meiir i
nrt
tl '
n ! t 1li tad- -?.' i
i'.k.d d ,,i'i '
Mr. I'errwn.ui n the
..' ii ir
pri ii'
Trcnnnr of th't're-k n(i
n
lie I
is in the prime of a vib-toh r..n-
hood, dignified, iiit'diifnt and !
qndill d t.i l -i ii in " I! l'" '' -
ti. j " f I'riui iiil ii i In ui "I
tlii .. high nnd ! in''i- iu titi-,
il i i Im resretli-d thnt ln lee
tion nnd tho attending eirrnrn
tnncf were not iueh at to pluee
hi elertion to office lej ml r. a
onnble douM or w 'I f ni'il' d coni
plninl. We infer, liowevr, the aetun of
the Creek Council i not putirfac
lory to the frieiidn ari 1 u)ixrter
of either Col. ('hirote, the prrnent
Chief, or Kpnheelee, wlio wure
Id eotnpetitorp, nnd that the elec
tion will I eotitt tcd lefore Ute
Oottneil, which nirpt In Decani-
her, and wtifeh w'll be conipoed
of menibe'K cinmcn at the late eke- ,
tion.
On thin point, we have rrc ived
a letter from "An eye witnex,"
who pay: "The 'eetion for Chief
of the Creek Nation will be con-
tented. The Chi-ote purtv a well
the Iiparlic In e party are de-
Urmined to lrnu the matter be
fore the National Council, charging
j,rive4f Biej!e Uiat mt! hun
dredsud ninety-four votes were
thrown out and which, if counted,
would elect Inparhechee. One hun-
I dred and flfty-flvc of these votes
were east under the immediate
P" f Ageul Tum, and it i.
M-,unhcnt ,,n ll',, l,art ' th (J"V"
eminent to have them counted and
the r-sult, hateer it may be, ac
cepted." The 16ft vote ni'-rred to a not
counted were lit me east at Brown's
Ferry, at a specinl election order
ed by Chief Chi cote, to elecf mem
bent of the Council, Ac., the dis
turbance which occurred at that
preeinri on tho day of election
hsriiif prevented the holding of
the election at the time fixed by
law. They were probably not
ecunted becansc not east at the
time fixed by the law of the Nation.
j lint Metiers Chicote, Perryman and
Isparherhee were parties to the
SKrueuient ami it i not hkeiy that
either will be allowed to t ike ad- 1
vantage of niiy mere t!niial
V"nt b' l," "vernment.
. -
.
Nation nmi J. M. Bryan fur the
prtsmur.
Many cattle have diel during
I the last three or four mouths and
eaoaea to k men to look down
1st. i i . ..
mwr iim-c in dcprettt'U Miru
I A. tho di-,.uhaa united from
iutro.lu-.tion of Southern cat-
i ie, in- nojieii mill me A.iiionil
I ( iiUIIHi H 11 follow the example
I of Kanvi- and Mmnoiin nn.li.ro.
' hlhit lln iltivintf nf ettlr!.. in... .)...
, vr oi iue u.iiniiier sensoli. vtlutner
or,ia'dl' itiinsor utli. r. Thire
r.ore.i- in why tho Indian Terri
t"ry nbi'iilil ii main tli .piuranti n
ground f the adjoining -t iti t"
till' lllltirt rt(il ifrniinraKI.! l,...i .1
! her titix. ... The iiKht .,.! the
! iimy tl, , .r.,lltlui. ,... ,,., ...
.-! Htivk i tb.. Mm- as it is to i"-o-
1..1 :. .1 . i
on u me I'll!. hju. lion oi (Oi.Ln.unw
I . .. . ..
or inuctious tfiMC.iM'
umone ..nr
T . . , , - .
r"!'"1' nrjiiu eaereiscu iy
"UiUjt, dom.-lii nml
foreign, for
tlie nrotection of th
ami it U not lea Uie dutvofour
eir property,
National Conn il to a fiord, far ns
practicable, like proti ction to our
own citrons. A eitisen has no
greater right to introduce and
spread Miiull-pex among his own
jM-oplo thn a stranger. The re
sult is the na;n in both cass, und
both tdiould be guarded ugainst.
tht hamc jiniieiple ajiplies to do
uieiiic sto.a oi.iy in a iM.s u.Kre. ,
... .! . i i . t
Ullw on reijus to million Jilc
and the otlar to u lower order of
animal life. Legislators give yotu
own constituents needed pruUc
lion in the premises.
'The CM!nri Is oc'r t.W j.tr ilt,r
.gi.wqrw
it. ' t .,. '
1 n-e t r. i '1 mi f
i!i i frrf. r nt fitil'-
Huh Hhtrin" an I hi
'm d. '"
; d
$ml
ln - d a- it 1 i
ii rf'i il .
i' N k"i- ii
p ior i
'f! . I I I
"tr 1 1 in i -"able
i.ondition.
Tin i tw it should be.
Hut imU n mitt t.iko riroof
it If at it own expense. And thi-
i " it cli"iild nd le. Tt in as
n 'id, the dutj nf tin tfation to
provide fr tlu protection of lU
tituenu and for the preierva'wm
of law and onier at one place m tin
other. It liould do it at both.
Tite mninU-naiKW of town gov
rrmnent nt th expanse of the
reHident c-itizeii of Vinita
direet eennnrny to the Nation
HtioMrea it Treasury of the larp
expense that would br imjioiied
upon it by the ,iorder and yiw
lencf that wnnld jd;ir where no
runny people are thrown together
in the ahenre of the Corporate authorities!-
Tho Nation nhotiM bear
nt leaat a portion of this ontlay in
upholding tn laws, pnHecling hu
nan life and sustaining its reputa
tion. An appropriation by the Na
tional I kmAcil m a sum of monny
sutncienl at leaf t to obtain the r-.g-ular
services of an efTieient police
force would lie tb" proper tiling :o
do not only for Vimta but f r Fort
Oibsur..
Prom $U IuU to Sail Tranchee.
8t Loui. Oct. 2ii Capt. C. V.
Rorn, Vie'Pnident and tien
cral Managi-r of the Ml. Loii
SanFramisco Uailway, who ha
just returned from the Padllc coaj.t,
annoonees that the arrangonn ntx
are complete to open the Atlantic
A Pacific rai'rv.ad for busines
from Albuquerque to the Colorado
river on the 2ist inst. From that
date through Pullman sleeper wiii
be run from St. Louis to San Fran
cisco over the St. Louis and San
Francisoo railroad to Halsteod,
Kas., the Atchison, TopekaA San
ta Fe to Albuquerque, the Atlantic
& Pacific to the Needles on the
Colorado river and thence to San
FrancUco by the Southern Pncilic.
Through sleepers will a!?o bo run
from Kansas City by way of the
A., T. A: S. F. railway to Albuquer
que; thence bythe Atlantio & Pa
cific, and thence by tho Southern
Pacific to S.in Francisco. Through
sleepers will also leave San Fran
cisco at the same time and come
east over the same rotiUn. The
distance from St. Iiis to San
Francisco by this route is 2.440
miles, or 2A) mile shorter than
that vii Deuiing, and will be run
in twelve hours quicker time The
entire line is in llrst-ciaes order nnd
expected to become .-ery popular,
especially in winter, on account of
the mild temperature of the coun
try through which it passo?.
Green Yergin arrived Saturday
night luct from MisHourS, with
something like flvoitallonHuf "lire
, it is saa i see sun iui en
tui prising diaseminatyr of civilisa
tion on the border so rudely check
ed in his career.
Mr. A. It.
lloessler, geologist
', and miniuR enginerr. who-
xal-
;UabJe letter 0,1 nie of the rvsourc
Indian Tcnitory ui'pe.ir-
td in the hint number of tin Chief
taia, inikde a short stop t Vinita
the curly part of the week. Mr.
Koer&lcr, who in employed by the
Dcpartnn nt of the Interior to re
port Uoii the geology mid mineral
resources d the Territory, will
xhortly prc-cnt his report, which
will be iiccoiupauii'l by a gi ologi-
cul map of the country. These
I ullK'inl paper will be looked for
itli much iutcrcxt, und coming
i ironi a hp- ialist ho well qualified
lo .liscliartre tlio duties entrusted
, hi,,, u.ii !..... ...-, -i.. ...
I " -.----i ......T. .-.. a(1 niuv w
the people of the Territory.
,Motiday, with its eloar sky,
bright sun and crisp air from the
north, gave promise of a pleasant
week for the huudrt-h of people
who were called lo Vinita on busl
lie, sonic on foot, some on
?iurcback, some in wagons and
yet others by rail Tuesday, the
un rose behind lurid clouds, with
a lnn brccxa from l).. umtli
I ,lneday
dawned with hi ah
winds und lowering clouds, which
poured down Hoods of water the
greater part of the day, filling all
the low pot, covering the -arth
und thoroughly ..ikin ever .u:c
ci.pu.-jt. Thursday, his uereno ma-
I Jt'ty 1 "". again sutilvd upon
beuutifid bitiQfel; .
, i
v v t vSM Q3H IWJ llffa iKafl fBvulMk JSSHrw H
idinift oA Km RCT till VvHM ktlH
; - &mm mum m mm m mum
.:m ninl ' ESrsM Ifli IS VM lCT kH W
1 1 ie eon- TBKmk Wei rM VBx . h y9g. JMW3 fSKe
IrlRi 'S m 1 169sS 3flHHnkv TflKi wl3j sU
Tht
Pair in ovir mhI mary failed to Jget prendoat who expected them and some got
who didn't expvti tlMn, tut the reM
in unwaverlingly awarded without any disappointment to anybody to
GrS-7&. Oris? kitearen
For his immense awnmcn. of MOOTS and SHCRS, HATS, CAPS, QUIJBNSWAltE, 11ARD-
WAIUC, TiNWARB, TRUNKS, VALISES,
FAMILY GEOCEEIES,
OVEROJATS. BLANKETS, GENT8 FURNISHING GOODS, etc., tic., etc.
THE BEST PIERCE CiTY FLOUR
ATTKNVIE CLERKS, FAIR AND LIBERAL DEALING.
GIVE ME A TRIAL AND SEE IF I DO NOTSATISFY YOC.
.C- S3.iik."2r35sEOaiTXD& Oo.
Largest Line of Hard-ware, Stoves and
Tinwaro kept in the Cherokee Nation.
Doors, Windows, Window Glass, Paints and Oil.
In fact everything you -ant in the Household Line.
:For Good Go:. .is --'
Vinita, -
There, a one place in the Indian
A:
"toy Oux Ovi.i38to22aoxes.
IP YOU WAXT Ilarnese, Saddlory, Uather Qooda of any kind
' YOU H'.IAT Wagons, Agricultural Mnehinery, nuggios, Spring Wagons, ote., olc,
IF YOU A TtE SICK and want Medicinos, Drugs, Preacriptions carefully proparod, otc,
IF YOU WAST tTlothitif, lloota and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bedding, otc, otc, otc,
Qro -to 7r o. jKg?i?Gisr7
IF YOU ARE irU.vaRYmul wntQroeariea, Piour, llneon, Cannod Goods, utc, ctq.
IF YOV ARE IX lOYB and want Caudles, Permmk., Toikt voo.U, H n?, ot ote,
o-o to -xr o xj-d5.,rEfa?cKr'.
' YOV AltK GOIXU TO MARRY and want n compkte outHit of everything,
GO TO W. G. PATTOJNT,S,
wee
'TiQTOJ tTA
SZf LUbJ&.Z
1IOLDS THE FORT
02ST TI-tTi
Ecttcrfi l'-iIcgs b.q to
- -
WHERE TO
i.mi.mi.jutiwggg jgiie)aiw'"wa
Territory where you can buy any
General
m mm
m msii
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I
them
J
Xnd. Ter.
GO.
VTi'
kind of good you VnW Wo koop
Store
Vinita, I. T.
Tho Ii-c Sl-ck 6Tatk t of 6t Txnu
STrtCK YARDS 1
, lrVe-tly t. .- te t: ' f ! f
1 ll'JTern fi-r alt ! c- ' i '( I
' ! in RttettOnni im-I hi'1 i
irT"tir.'t of the t'k "il f a
aniline '-''nttaar. Willi n ri.i;
k
1 1. -
I
i. f.
olaeehtenne l.OfiO hcftd of attle
ml
ami rk akins etllilnnt w tu
a Jitacity f.. ,aie;hlorii l.',w Ii v-
eailr.
ISAAC H. KNOX, Pwddent.
Cit.ta. T. Joibs, tniwrintemleM. '-
-JOKrrJ and GEORGE
y-
V, I
Pall Nr Stock Jaal bongta In 8lt
IiOtrie at loorst wkoieoale p. we aal
new for ale at
Bed-rock Prices.
ODHY GOODS,
GKOCKRTKS.
BBIDLES, Etc.
Cash paid Air furs, fat's, ete. Cash
or goods tn exchange tor catUt. Trade
roOdted. 2-ero
TULSA, T. T-.
sin ale
RAILWAY
iroct loxit 3tastl
2
rRAiMS DAILY I
Pullman Palace Hotel Gars through
to St Lottii, via Stdalia, daily.
Direct Itoute West and Southwest
Via KANSAS CUTY.
At Kansas Gity, ?i
ion Dejiot
s $ o ngers
for Kansas. Colorado. New Mexi
co and California connect with Ex-'
press Trains of all lines. j
press Trains for all point in Kan. I
sas and Nebraska. !
At Omate,
Conheclion ii t-ai'i
I With nil lini.i lead-
ng to tlu Xmth nnd Went.
Superior AcroiiiHHdti'.iiwi .'
tar FAST TIME
F. CUANDhlUt, Oon'l Taa'r Ajrent.
0. II. K1N.VA", Ass't Clen'l Puss'r Ag't.
f. II. I'l.inTHUnV', A Rent at V
It.
FRISCO
U
iE"
St. Louis anil Sanfranclbco
-Tiiaou-
Missouri,
Kansas,
Arkansas,
Indian Territory
8 ter
o G
,D
Slwrtor thau any other route between
I- A CO.
IS 8 M, ii
cerTHRouon bxpress thaims
) Are Run Daily. (
NO CHANGE OF CAliS.
200,000 I S'jISJM
&.CJJVXE:m j for sale by this
j.cym.X2
Comptuy, in
Stonthweat
3bCtaaourl.
MfVor full and particular Inranuatiou
with Maps, Time Tables, lutes, Ac.,
call upon any of oar tSUtiou Agents, or
either of the otdernswed:
0. V. C.VLB,
OenTFrt.
1). WIS1IAKT,
At.. (teal Pass. Act.
T. tut i. jio, in. toria, no.
C. W. okk, Vice-I'iesident
and General Manager,
Temple Uuilding. St. Louis, Mo.
TImj ncrEa' Ouidb Ii !
encd March and Sef t., oacli
ytar: 'JIO lgw, SJxllJ
Nndivt, with ow :,U00
illuHraliocM a uLolo nlo
turn flTKllarv niwA. .1...L
ale I'rkei thrni to emtvmurt oo all j-oe U
for inp-nul ot fcadly nt. Telln Ii. w
to or.r, and gtres tuacl cut ef iurv
thit.g ;ou ne, iL iLi-.k, vrwr rr hart
ran wiih. 1 line lnrakudl U.lj a.tr
Jain Information eluuiod fruni tho inai
lrtf tlserjr'.d. V. v::i ,..,;:.
l reo to any nd lrcte iiw,n rdxlpt of llm
putla.-e-Tr.rits. l.tanht-jfroiajuu.
tf A St9 lil. 4t c np, it
MIS
m jfr o Tj
V 11 R
JLVJLJLiLUr3
bT
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.jSKbVv
A SOUl'TiOT.
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To.'. orJ T.
I'ru-i l.-.t left fdle. gora' hramleit
' OO n hip anil uliouliler, cither iIJc,
...i, .,:.. ,tV. iuU onlv to
to-
ship. KaMjti Illinois river, 4
cait ot TnliUMjoah.
lulles
Hwabow-fitrk nml und"rblt In
ear and nmlarstopo in " other.
one
R. tt. TAYLOR.
rc-'ineo,
Vlmva, I. T.
3V
nrSHitufoa both ulilcg. Crop olT left
paa anit split In right, iuvuk I-oetlst
L'rvek.
B. P. SIE.STEAD.
Pot-o(liee, -
Pralrio Olty, I. T.
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Itranded with same bmnd on both
sides and both Kips. nxon--lIkiitl of
lluase Creek.
J. W. BJXiOTT : Oo.,
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Vinita, I. T.
11 xr marks under'.. t In tcli enri
emboli of the lefl. fa' tie bramled oi
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Hobo, I. T.-
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ear. Hanicc Horse Creek, C. N.
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Poat-Omco,
Ohotopa, Kaneali
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fork iu left. JiuHd-brand Xj hip.
KASGS-Cahiu Creek.
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underhit in rijilit.
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Skiatook Post-onie, C. N.
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