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The Pioneer Journal
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VOL. XXVI.
YUMA,. ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1897.
NO. 46'.-
An & , twx ii . Kk. A. .A- A. .
THE A8IZ0U SENTINEL,
PUBLfSKED
EVERY SATURDAY
AT
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TZRBITO&UL OPrlCERS.
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SURVETO GEXERAI. . . fl
vn. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION A. P. SHEYIAN
D CLIO ATE TO COX-QRTS8S l " W KfVR.RT KGTON
Svn. rcaBiroaiAi. Prison... .J. W. DORRIAGIO.n
TUCSON LAND OFFICE.
rnaF.VE J. TRIPPEL.
reoistks. E R jjoNK
RECEIVE-
COUSTT omoEas.
District H-S-S??
Srrr.RVisoRS (SPEESE and T. A. JORDAN
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PROsIxE JtTD 3E AND SUM. SCHOOLS 1 ....A. .FRANK
Sheriff, Tax Col'r akb Assessor..!!. GREENLEAF
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Scrvitor p q. COTTER
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Cpcstt Recorder
PRBCI5CT orncERs.
r G. M. THURLOW
Justices of the PcAce w. E. WERNINGER.
Constable.. U. 49. WILDER and JAMES JONES.
( F. L. EWING,
TtasUe. of Yuma School TOJgg and
cttt orncEtis,
r t TVT1VO A T
Mayor
(JACK
O. H. :
JOHN:
F.G.l
JACK iJLUNIMr.
Counailmea
, MILES
r QTTAW REV
, BLAISDELL
Ptf Attorney. . " W"5
City border .J. H.C A
Assessor ILEVY
james kenney
RULES. OF POST OFFICE.
The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.,
daily. Sundays from 7:00 to 6:00 a: m:
and 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
East-bound mail closes at . . :"p M-West-boand
mail closes at . 7:00 P. M.
Money Order and Postal Note depart
ment closes at 8 P. tt. daily, excepting
3atnrdays, when it closes at S p. m. xso
Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun-
daM8ailfor Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver
District leaves Yuma Sundays and ed
daysat 7 a. si., and arrives here lues-lavs
and Saturdays.
.Mail for Picacho, leaves daily at a. m.
F. B. LOGAN, r. M.
COTJET TUMI, SO. 8, F. of A.
Meets every Monday evening at8 o'clock.
Visitine Foresters of America m gooa
JtSdSigarStavited to attend the meet
ing Yours in L. U. B. and C.
James H. Kiksleb, Chief Ranger.
O. P. Ceonin, Financial Secretary.
YUMA LODGE, 0. 7, A. 0. TJ. W.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Vistins Brethren in good standing are in-
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vifced to attend. i ours in xi. uU .
F. G. Blaisdell, M. W.
R. S. Hatch, R
"TTTRIGHT, JOHN B.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAAV.
(Office Cotter Block.)
Yuma, - - Arizona.
B. A. Habaszthy. J- H. Cahpenteb.
HABASZTHY & CABPENTER.
MINING BUREAU
REAL ESTATE AHD COMMISSION
BROKERS.
WELLS. FABG0 & CO.'S BUILDING.
YIJITIA, ARIZONA.
P W T. HEFFERNAN, PHYSICIAN AXD
surjfeon. UOJCC m " "tt
-jy-OLLER,L. N.M.D.
'liysioltua.
FIRST 8TREET, NEAR MAIN,
YUMA, - - - ARIZONA.
-jgULLARD, PURDY GEO.
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW.
Practices in all Courts-
Business promptly attended to. Office in
ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING,
PHOENIX. - " ARIZ.
JgLLlOTT, W. H.
CIVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
Yuma. A. T.
TURDY, SAMUEL,
ATT O RNE Y-AT-L AW.
Special attention to Land Business.
Yuma.- - - A"zona-
TZ" NIGHT, GEO. M.,
"TORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUDL1C,
(Olfice next door to Post Office.)
Yuma. : : : Arizona.
XOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of W. C. O'Bbien, Deceased.
Notice ia hereby given by the under
sicned, administrator of the estate of - L.
OMirien, deceased, to the creditors of, and
all nersons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them with the neces
sary vouchers, ithin four months after
the first publication of this notice, to the
paid administer, -at his office, m the
Court House in the village and County of
Yuma, the name being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate.
DaWjulyl4th,l.AWFE;G
ij.'"i8tJatdr". of the Estate oi V7. C.
"6'3-iea, Deceased.
Tlaree IS air Sections of Pat
ented L.n.ntl, as line and fer.
tile as Plow ever turned.
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SiO PER AQR
PERPETUAL WATER RIGHT UNDER
the celebrated Mohawk Canal in the
Celebrated Mohawk Valley. Each half sec
tion has FORTY ACRES ALL LEVELED,
FENCED AND READY FOR FARMING.
Inquire of
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Yurua, Arizona)
Or GEORGE W. NORTON,
Mohawk, Yuma Co., Aeiz.
DO YOU TRAVEL
Are you K.oIngr to take a trip! Do you suffer from
Severe Mendnckcs, Kervonsncoi, Senslck
ncss or Exhnnntlonf Why not prevent it all by
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JAM
and
Wagon Maker.
Shop on Rfflain street.
OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
Mr. Doten has in connection with
his shop a fine Feed Yard
for stock.
City Meat Market,
DAVID BALZ, Prop.
Wholesale and Hetal Dealer in
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON YEAL AND SAUSAGES
Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River
Valley received by rail here.
JZEzsLisa. Stx'oot. S"-ix.,xxxci,r
A. TYNER, PROP.,
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THE FINEST WINES AND IMPORTED
CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK.
Restaurant Attached,
Phoenix restaurant &
Chop House,
JOE GUIM, Prop,
MAIN STEEET.
In connection with the Place
Saloon.
Meals 25c, 35c. and 50c., served
at all hours of the day and
night.
Board per week, $5.
ICE CREAM WITH EVERY MEAL
OYSTERS, FISH
AND CHICKEN.
Bread, cake and pies for sale.
Lunches put up to order. Meals
at all hours, the day and night.
Private rooms for ladies.
H. HANXEE,
DEALER IN
CHOICE
GROCERIES.
Home Bakery in Connection.
MAIN STREET. NEAR SECOND
public opmiojy :
CrHiOTTo's Stoee to it we cling, for
Goods that have the genuine ringG
High class Groceries we get here, un
surpassed both far and nearK.
En Canned Goods, they'res a splendid
show, of first-class brands whene'er we gO
Of Shoes and Hats as, all agree, the
choicest quality here we C
The purest bread and Cakes, 'twould
seem, John Giuotto's are supreme
True value in Wines, beyond compare,
first-class Clothing at prices faiK
On every thing we can rely, that John
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Stories About Tenderloin Girls and
Live Sensations of the Day.
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Sale Everywhere.
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Editor and Proprietor.
240 Broadway, Sew York.
We want Agents with good refer
ences and Newsdealers in your locali
ty. Write to us for special terms.
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woman to travel for responsible established
ouse in Arizona. Salary S780, payable 515 weekly
asd expenses. Position permanent. Reference.
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Where fuel is dear, they cost less
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General Merchandise
My Stock of Groceries are Al
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My fry fSootls le?niliuciit i
Supplied vitlillioSLia,test.'aMl
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Before purchasing elsewhere. Don't
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and vour mind and brain Is always at rest nnd ease.
CUSIIBIAN'S MEXTHOr.lNELAX.EU Is tho
proa test relief to mankind In all head troubles.
CUItES COLDS, SOKE THUOAT, CA.'
TA1IKH. That awful odor of Catarrh dis
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JAG&DUggE, prop.
FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND
CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK.
PRIVATE CARD RQOiViS.
The only saloon in town where you
can sit beneath the branches
of the orange and lemon tree
and drink a refreshing glass
of ice cold lemonade, beer,
wine of any kind or smoke
a fragrant cigar.
G-IXTB jSl. CALiIj.
MAIN STREET, YUMA. ARIZ.
THE GE
C, V, MEEDEN, Prop,,
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Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Headache,
All Cured by Hood's Sarsapariiia.
" I was troubled with eczema and had it
bo bad that I was almost a running sore
from head to foot. I did not receivo ben
efit from the doctors, and thought I would
try Hood's Sarsapariiia. Since taking a
few bottles of this medicine I have not
been troubled with eczema. It purified
my blood and cured me." John Most,
Ponca City, Oklahoma.
"I was afflicted with blood poison. I
concluded to try Hood's Sarsapariiia, and
after taking three bottles the symptoms
of blood poisoning disappeared. I believe
Hood's Sarsapariiia to be the best medi
cine on the market." Eugene P. A.
XiAitRTRD, Fair bank, Arizona.
" I wa3 afflicted with dyspepsia. I could
get nothing to cure me until I began tak
ing Hood's Sarsapariiia. I have taken
four bottles and now I am cured." Jeff
D. Koontz, San Pedro, New Mexico.
Hood's Sarsapariiia i3 the One True Blood
Pur&er." Sold by all druggists. ?1, sis for 55.
4
A Running Sore
ON THE PACIFIC SLOPF.
Description of a Model Home Which
Jack Frost Never Visits.
Written for the Skxtikll: ?-
And here we are still at. Pism
Beach. Nature did' a thousand
times more for this place than man
It is the fisherman's , paradise and
here we found the turfman's ideal
drive. The sand that i3 washed
and spread and beaten by the con
stant lashing of the waves is so
hard that a horse scarcely leaves
the imprint of its hoof, and ret it
Is yielding and easy to travel over
There was a big wharf here a
year or so ago and vessels of large
tonnage touched, and the people in
this vicinity enjoyed the prevailing
low freight and passenger rates as
a result of competition, but the
Southern Pacific Railway company,
I am told, got control of the wharf
later, and all at once ocean vessels
ceased to call, and then the dear
people had to receive their freight
by rail, and gradually the rate
crawled up. The people here are
constantly reminding me of the
heartlessness of the Southern Pa
cific Railroad company. Said an
old farmer to me today: "We can't
ship anything in the line of farm
produce to San Francisco from
here for the freight rates would
consume it." At Santa Margarita
the same unanimous wail went up,
and at Bakersfield the alleged ex
orbitant charges of this giant
monopoly is the favorite theme
C. P. Huntington is at the head of
this corporation, and if I may be
lieve a tenth part of what I hear
concerning this autocrat he certain
ly must bo a fiend incarnate. Be
low Pismo Beach six miles is the
Arroyo Grande country. Here the
largest vegetables and finest apples
grown in the state are said to
mature. It was in this neck of
land near the sea, that single cab
bages which weigh 100 pounds are
actually grown, and pumpkins too
large for one man to lift into a
wagon. i saw some neias oi
potatoes in this vicinity that were
-r r 1 1 r
marvels. The soil is a deep dark
rich muck and it seems to be parti
cularly well adapted to the veget
able kingdom. I saw a photo
graphic view of a field of squashes
grown last year, and the ground
did appear to be so completely hid
den with this vegetable that one
would hardly be able to get through
tho filed without stepping from
squash to squash. And the climate
has quite as much to do with this
rank growth as the soil. It is no
exaggeration to say that "Decem
ber's as pleasant as May." There
is almost no cold weather at all
here. The rays of the sun warm
mother earth and much vegetation
is rank and green twelve months of
each year. Indeed, the verdancy
of winter far exceeds that of sum
mer, for in summer the meadows
and pastures and grain fields pres
ent a dead brown appearance while
in winter, during tne damp or
rainy season, the pastures are at
their best, and the dark green of
grain fields and meadows present a
landscape scene that is charmingly
beautiful as well as novel to the
Eastern traveler. Many kinds of
fruit and vegetables are sold here
by tho pound. Carrots, beets,
parsnips, lettuce, green onions,
ochra and celery are sold in small
bunches at 5 and 10 cents each.
Oranges and lemons and in fact all
citrus fruits, are retailed by the
dozen. The price of oranges varies,
but when the crop is being harvest
ed it ranges from 50 cents to .$3.00
per box in the orchards. Very fine
oranges are sold by the retailer at
10 and 15 cents per dozen; lemons
are still cheaper, while limes retail
at 5 cents per dozen. The large
fruit growers contract their fruit
months before it matures. The
contractor picks and packs it him
self. The utmost care and closest
attention is given to the packing of
all fruits, so that they will present
a fine appearance. I have many
times been in the apple orchards of
New York, the vineyards along the
southern shore of Lake Erie and
the peach orchards of Michigan,
but I never saw the skill and care
exercised in packing as in California-
The appearance of the fruit
has quite as much to do with its
sale as size and flavor, it is claimed.
Our course from Pismo Beach is
north westerly, via Port Harford,
thence down the Salinas valle3' for
uuoiu izo mues. ine nsning in
the ocean hereabouts is excellent
it is not uncommon for a novice to
go out and get 50 pounds of rock
cod, or smelt, flounders of salmon
in two or three hours. And I never
tasted anything that wears scales
that equaled these salt water fish.
Many of the inhabitants depend
upon the sea to3'ield all their meat
and they are not often disappoint
ed. But the farmers here have a
great deal to contend with". The'
country is so broken and irregular
that they work at a great disadvan
tage. As we pursue our course the
country becomes even more broken,
and I wonder how a farmer can
plow and harrow and cultivate
land which stands on edge. To get
a better idea of how this farm work
is done, l applied tor a night h
lodging at the home of one of the
best farmers in this section. I ex
plained to him that a "chiefs
amang ye takeir note's, and iaith
he'll prent it," but on the whole
that seemed to rather please him
and he opened up both his lips and
bis larder and gave up the best he
had. His name is Albert Lyman
and his postoffice address, San
Luis Obispo. To enable eastern
people to get a better idea of this
country I will briefly describe this
home in the mountains, of-which
there are many duplicates. Mr.
Lyman's farm contains 123 acres.
It is in the form of a vast ampi
theatre, with the rock' hills for
walls and a vineyard and orchard
and flower garden for the parquet.
In every direction from the build
ings the ground is ascending. "Oh,
no, said Mr. Lyman, we can't use
a wagon much, We must haul our
grain and fruit and do all our cart-
ng with sleds. A wagon would
tip over. But you see the ground
is so slanting we. can draw a big
load off those hill3 on runners.
This undoubtedly looks odd to an
easterner, but I would not trade for
another farm in tho United States
of equal value.
I've been nere
never yet saw a
midsummer the
goes above 90
nine 3'ears and
frost, while in
mercury rarely
degrees. I raise
oranges.
lemons
and limes, as well as apples, cher
ries, prunes, plums, and a dozen
and of grapes, and berries of all
kinds right here be fore your eyes.
And all kinds of grain yield
abundantly too. We don't know
what sickness is are annoyed by
nothing except wild animals which
sometime carry off our poultry and
ambs, but that doesn't amount to
very much, ui course we work
hard always havo plenty to do
all farmers have to work you know.
But the point is we never get cold,
never get hot, and at the same time
enjoy the fruits of a tropical as well
as a temperate climate, keep our
health and always have a j:ood
appetite. What more does a person
get anywhere?"
All about us were the tall spires
erected by damo nature. And
while we were talking a freight
train appeared for a minute or two
a mile away and a thousand feet or
more above us on the mountain
side and in another minute it
plunged into a tunnel and was lost
to view. "Well," remarked I "if
there's a place on the continent
that I would't look for a railway
train it's oh the side of that tall
mountain." "That's because you
haven't been here long," said Mr.
Lyman, "there's nothing a Califcr
nian can't do," and he smiled and
seemed amused at my puzzled
look.
Respectfully,
E. W. Hoag.
I'or Over aIl'ty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect iuccees.
It sooths the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
b the best remedy for Diarrhaea. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately. Sold by Druggists in every j
part of the World. Twenty-live cents J
a bottle. Bg sure and ask for "M rs. J
Winslow's Soothihg Syrup," and take
no other kind- L
CIRCUS PARADE WAS
ATTRACTIVE OSE.
One of the Largest and Best Etci Seen
in This City.
The parade of the Walter L.
Main circus attracted many thou-!
pands of people to the sidewalks of
J and K streets this forenoon. It
was one of the largest and most at- j
tractive circus pageants ever seen !
in this city. All of tho horses,
ponies and mules were in splendid
condition, and the eight coalblack
horses which led the procession,
drawing a band wagon, were beauti
ful steeds. . Many rare wild animals
were shown in the open dens, and
there were several elephants and
camels in the line.
The parade m.-de an excellent
impression, and gave strong indica
tion that the ring performance of
the main show will be entirely
satisfactory. A performance was
given this afternoon, and there will
be another one to-night. Sacra
mento Evening Pee, Aug. 16.
The Walter L Main combined
circus and menagerie, which ex
hibited in Auburn yesterday, is the
best it has been our privilege to
witness. The Arqus has never writ
ten a criticism of anjr such exhibi
tion before, preferring to say
nothing, inasmuch as we could
truthfully say nothing good. With
the Main shows, however, it is
entirely different. We can truth
fully and with pleasure say that it
carries more new. rare and ex
traordinary ring features than any
other circus now traveling. The
commingling in one cage of several
species of the most savage wild
beasts with domestic animals, and
all under the complete control and
training of man, is something never
before seen. Their animals an.d
live stuck of all kinds show the
best of care, and it seemed that
during the performance the com tort
and pleasure of the audience was
the first and only consideration of
the management. They were fair
in all their charges, and every at
tendant seemed interested in the
welfare of the guests. Then, too,
the absence of all kinds of gambling
and sure-thing games is a feature
that will place Mr. Main's name at
the head of all presentday show-
TT 1 1 1 It.! ' A
men. we nave neara nooning out
praise of this entertainment from
1 it T t ? i 117
anyone wno attended it. riacer
Argus, August 13, 189.
4 'How to Cure all Skin Diseases."
Simply apply "Swatne's Ointment." No internal
medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all
eruptions on the face, hands, nose, &c, leaving the
skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing
and curative powers are possessed by no other
remedy. Ask your druggist for Swayne's Ointment.
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison of Washington,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a
valuable prescription in Electric Bit
ters, and I can cheerfully recommend
it for Constipation and Sick Headache,
and as a general system tonic it has
no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2b2o
Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all
run down, could not eat nor digest
food, had a backache which never left
her and felt tired and weary, but six
bottles of Electric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength
Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Get a Bot
tie at W. T. Gonder & Co.'s Drug
Store.
BHQ
The Providence Fur Company.
PKOVIDEXCE, K. I.
Wants all kinds of raw Furs, Skins, Ginscntr,Senece,
&c. Trices quoted for next sixty days are as fol
lows: Silver Foz 815.00 to 130.00
Rear 85.00 toS25.00
Otter $4.00 to $9.00
Martin S2.00 to $9.00
Bevcr $3.00 to $3.50 per lb
wolf - Sl-00 to$2.00
Red Fox l-00 to ?2.00
Mink S.75 to $2.00
Skunk $.25 to $1 00
Gray Fox : $.50 to $.75
Rat $.20 to $.25
rriee-list on alt other furs and skin furnished
upon application. Full prices guaranteed, careiul
selection, courteous treatment, and immediate
rcniittaccc oajall consignments.
the
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OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS
EVERY GARMENT OUARANTEEO.
EMPIOY OVER 3SO GIRLS- jc
Royal make the food pure,
wholesome and dsllciotis.
'AKIN1
Absolutely Pure
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A Lovesick Chinaman.
Ah Chung Kee, who is now be"
hind the prison bars for attempting:
to make a hamberger steak ofins
sweetheart, and trying to take hie5
own life by chopping several wide'
gashes in his windpipe with a meat
chaver, is rapidly regaining hi
health, and is also accumulating
considerable wisdom from his ex
perience. Cuie Eraow, a comely
Chinese maiden, who seemes to-ber
thoroughly Melicanized, pulled Alr
Chung Kee's leer in the most an-
w - tr
proved style and the shook him,,
which was the cause of all his5
rashness. After several weeks of
stolid silence he has cought his1
second wind, and this is the way
he explains how it happened:
"Me been in nis country 16-years
no naD troti Die Deiorc. i come'
Arizona last year, hab plenty
money, maybe two thousand dollar;
I see Cuie Emow, I damn fool, I
get alsame stuck, E gibby her
money, jewelry, eberyting. She?
says he maliy me. I think all
right. You see I sucker, heap clazyr
Well, after while I go bloke, no got
d n cent, Cuie joshem mc all timer
make fun me, askem me when I
get mally. I get pretty mad, I go"
clazy. I try killem him, Kow I
got heap trouble. You see one- bat?
woman make lots of trouble. Ohf
well, mabe so, after while I getty
little d n sense, no monkey with
woman."
She is just sweet sixteen, and she
is a novice in almost everything,
including kissing. She has just
been kissed for the first time by the"
only sweetheart she has ever had,
and "in spite of all I could do to
prevent it, too," she explained.
However, what she says in deserip
tion of it, spoken in confidence ia
one of her own age, is worth re
producing here: "Why it made?
me feel like a tub of butter swim
ming in hor.ej-, cologne, nutmeg:
and cranberries, as though some
thing ran down my nerves on.feeS
of diamonds, escorted by severaf
cupids in chariots drawn by angelff
shaded with honeysuckles, and ther
whole spread with meited rainbow.
It was simply just delicious, but
they tell me that one has to prac
tice denial to fully enjoy these
things. Do you think so?" BuS
the question was not auswered.
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or molesting the prisoners who are
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ed to the full extent of the law,
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