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f fe fel rt Congress Congresst CongressTexas says hazing must cease ceaseTexas
11 t boll bollweevil bollweevil bollweevil
J 11J if Texas is determined to kill the
weevil weevilIt
It is now the fadc fad for elopers to have havechaperones havechaperones
c chaperones chaperonesMark
I in the theConfederate thet
I Mark Twain was a lieutenant
t L Confederate army armyJacksonville armyr armyJacksonville
r Jacksonville is growing more than thanany thanany thanany
any city in the South SouthEfforts Southt
t 1 Efforts are being made to establish establisha
k a sugar refinery at Lake City CityIn
1 In building air castles rarely a athought aI at aM
M thought is given to the kitchen kitchenGovernor kitchenI
I Governor Goti ernor and 1n Mrs Jennings at attended atI ¬
I I II L I t < tended the carnival at Pensacola PensacolaThe
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The man is not always doing the themost theI themost
I most who is making the most show showDenmark showi
i i Denmark is anxious for the United UnitedStates Uniteds
C r States to buy the Danish Vest VeatIndie VeatIndieIt Indies IndieI IndiesIt
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I It doesnt speak well for California Californiathat Californiar
r I 1 a j that it keeps keepsxlr lr Loud in Congress CongressI
i It 1 t 4 Last Monday Mrs Nation was put putin putf
I I f in inJjail jail in Topeka upon her failure to togive toj tor
j r l give bond bondGeorge bondU
U I I O George R Eger of Boston has hasfailed hasj
j c failed for 1407341 A ten dollar bill bdlrepresents billt billrepresents
t i represents his assets assetsAn assetsAn assetsi
r i An Ohio preacher wants a divorce divorcebecause divorcej divorcebecause
j because his wife refuses to go to tochurch toI tochurch tochurch
I I church and hear him preach preachOther preachr preachOther
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1 I II III i Other states have oil wells Texas Texashas Iexasi
it i has oil geysers The Lone Star Starstate Starstate Stardoes
state generally does things o ot on a big bigscale bigt
t t scale scaleThose scaleThose scaleThose
Those who can best afford to Jose Joseare lose 103el 103eare loseare
rn l are oftenest given pointers how to towin towIn
t win In every direction it iis a world worldof
of inequalities inequalitiesBobert inequalitiesRobert inequalitiesI
I Robert R Church a wealthy y negro negroof ne ro roi
i of Memphis has contributed 1000 1000for 1000for 1000t
t for the forthcoming entertainment of ofthe ofthe
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i t + the Confederate veterans in that city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The higher and higher a man climbs climbsup cHw bs bsnp
R up the ladder of knowledge where wherethe whereII
II r the sunlight is the more and more he hepities h hpities hepities
pities those in the darkness below belowhim belowhIm belowhim
him himThere hImThere himThere
There seems to be something else elsebesides elsebesides elsej
j besides Schlitz beer to make Mil Milwaukee Milwaukee 1iI 1iIf ¬
f waukee famous Within a short space spaceof
of time she has granted one hundred hundreddivorces hundredt
i t f fa divorces divorcesCongressman d lYOrces lYOrcesI lYOrcesCongressman
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a Congressman Sydney J Bowie wife wifeand wirei wifeand
i j i and two children of Anniston Ala Alaarrived AlaI Alaarrived
I arrived in the city last Friday after afternoon afteri afternoon ¬
i noon to visit Mrs rs Ethridge Mrs MrsBowies MrsBowies MrsBowies
Bowies mother motherMrs motherMrs motherr motherMrs
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Mrs Nation will soon need her herhatchet herI herhatchet
I hatchet at home She recently re received ret received ¬
t i ceived the following telegram Come Comehome ComeI Comehome
I home at once or I shall sue for divorceDavid di divorce dil ¬
vorce YorceDlwi David Nation NationWhile NationVhile NationWhile
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While the South was in the saddle saddleI
I in politics she was out of it in com commerce commerce ¬
1 merce Now that she is out of it in iupolitics inpolitics inpolitics
politics she is getting to be very verymuch erymuch
j r much in it in commerce commerceCharles commerceCharles commerceCharles
Charles Broadway Broad waY Rouss Rou s the blind blindphilanthropists blindphilanthropists blindphilanthropists
philanthropists sixtyfifth birthdL birthday birthdaywas y yl
I l was publicly celebrated in New ew York Yorkby Yorkby Yorkby
by his benefactors Mr lr Rouss served servedin enedr
r in the Confederate cavalry cavalryThere cavalrylhere cavalryThere
There is not a great deal of dissimi dissimilarity dissimilarity dissimilarity ¬
larity between Count Castellaiue who whomarried whomarried whomarried
married Anna Gould and Andrew AndrewCarnegie AudrewCarnegie AndrewCarnegie
Carnegie The count has no desire to tolive tolive tolivo
live poor and Andrew Carnegie no de desire desire desire ¬
sire to die rich richIt richIt richa
a It was all right rh ht for Rev Be Mr Shel Sheldon Sheldon Sheldon ¬
don to run one issue of a city paper as ashe ashe ashe
he thinks Jesus Would Do but suppose sup suppose suppose ¬
pose he should run a country newsPaper newspa newspaper newspaI ¬
I per for a whole year ear what would he hedo hedo hedo
do when his subscribers wouldnt pay payand payand payand
and should say sa Stop my paper
Speaking of suffrage in the South SouthRev SouthRev SouthRev
Rev Lyman C Abbott says sa s I do donot donot donot
+ not wish to justify the methods but It I Ido Ido
> t do applaud the attempt in recent recentyears recentyears recentyears
years to have the best elements govern gov govern Iovern ¬
ern in the South There should be bedrawn bedrawn bedrawn
drawn not a color or race line but a acharacter acharacter acharacter
character line lineWhile lineWhile lineWhile
While in Chicago then theSother other day dayGeneral dayGeneral dayGeneral
General John B Gordon was robbed robbedof
of his overcoat in which was a wallet walletcontaining waUetcontaining walletcontaining
containing four thousand dollars a anumber aDumber anumber
number of railroad passes and a num number number numher ¬
ber of other valuable papers This Thistheft Thistheft Thistheft
theft adds to Chicagos reputation for forcrime forcrime fore
e crime A thief who would steal from fromGeneral fromGeneral fromGeneral
General Gordon is bad off indeed indeedI
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I hold if the Almighty y had evermade ever evermade eyerI
I it made a set of men that should do all allthe alll allthe
l the eating and none of the work he hehave beI
i I p would have made them with mouths mouthsnly mouthst s
t > 3 only and no hands and if he hehad had ever evermade everdeanother everade
made ade another class that he had in inahould inmould inabould
mould do all the work and andf andslpst
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FOR THE WANT OF WHICH ALEXAN ILEXAHDER ALEXANDER
DER WEPT WEPTThe WEPTThe WEPTThe
con consummated consummated consummated ¬
The great steel trust has been
summated summatedIt
Andrew Carnegie the theworlds theworlds
Mr
It makes eta etaworlds kes
worlds first billionaire billionaireIt
It makes Mr lr J Pierpont Morgan Morganthe
the holder of the largest stock in the thenew thonew thenew
new concern the theworlds worlds greatest reatest fac factor factor factor ¬
tor in business affairs affairsSteel affuirsSteel affairsSteel
Steel is the trump card in the mod modern modern modern ¬
ern world worldEvery worldEvery worldEvery
Every large building in every large largecity largecity arg argcity
city on either side of the equator isnow is isuow isnow
now built largely f rgely of steel steelEvery stc steelEvery J JEver
Every Ever large seagoing sea going vessel whether whetheras
as a missionary of peace or aa a de destructive destructive destructive ¬
structive engine ofjwar is built of ofsteel ofsteel ofsteel
steel steelThe steelThe steelThe
The rails of the railways rail ways which are arecivilizing areciviJizing arecivilizing
civilizing and girdling the globe are aremade aremade aremade
made of steel steelThe steellhe steelThe
The electric and telephone wires wireswhich wireswhich wireswhich
which climb to the top of the loftiest loftiestmountains loftiestmountains loftiestmountains
mountains aud sound the depths of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the deepcstfseas deepcst eas are made of steel steelThe steelrhe steelThe
The tools of the machinist in every everydepartment everydepartment everydepartment
department of trade are the output of ofsteel ofsteel ofsteel
steel steelThe steelr11e steelThe
The implements of oftlJe the agricultu agriculturists ¬
rists with which he cultivates his hisfields hisfitlds hisfields
fields aud harvests his crops are the theproducts theprod thepruducts
products prod ucts of steel steelWe steelVe steelWe
We live indeed in an age of steel steelaud steeland steeland
and to it as a factor in human affairs affairswe
we must all pay tribute tributeIn
In the United States we have the theiron theiron theiron
iron ore the coal aud the lime the thethree thethree thethree
three ingredients for making steel in inclose inclose inclose
close proximity and in inexhaustlets inexhaustletsquantities inexhaustlessquantities s squantities
quantities quantitiesIn
In Europe the coal is being rapidly rapidlyexhausted rapidJexhausted rapidlyexhausted
exhausted and it is believed the end cudis endis endis
is in sight sightSteel sightSteel
I
Steel can therefore be made cheap cheaper ¬
er in the United States than in any auyother anyother anyother
other country and it is clearly within withiuthe withinthe withinthe
the power of this great combination combinationto
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to control the worlds output outputNo
No potentate of the world is so pow powerful powerful powerful ¬
erful as it is possible for this syndi syndicate svndicale syudicate ¬
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cate to become becomeIt
It can command a greater influence influencethan il1t1uencthan influencethan
than did the Ptolomies in ancient anciento ancientEgypt ancientEgypt
Egypt o > Pt than Cyrus rus did in Persia than thanHannibal thanHanuibal thanHannibal
Hannibal did in Carthage than thewars the theCiesars theL
Ciesars L wars did iu Rome j than Cromwell Cromwelldui < rom Ycll Yclldid
did in England or Napoleon did m mFrance inl iuFrance
France FranceBesme l FranceBesmue rance ranceBeslue
Besme it the banking houses hou es of the theRothschilds theHOlhfcl1illis theRoth8dmilds
Rothschilds will measure up as asmere asmere asMere
mere pigmies beside a giant giautit
it will do that for which Alexander Alexanderwept Alexanderwept Alexanderwept
wept because b ctmse he was powerless po trle s to 0 do doit doIt doit
it will conquer new worlds and uu < 1 will willif willif willif
if it wants to toy with colosal culos at enter enterprises euterprhoe enterpri ¬
prises pri e whether of individuals or of ofgovernments ofguv ofgovernments
governments guv rnIllel1ts on either side of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great seas line a schoolboy schoolbo toys with witha
a top topSteel topteel topSteel
Steel teel is the modern sceptre of dy dynasty d dl11st dynasty ¬
nasty l11st and destiny destinymore = more potent than thanKing thunKing thanKing
King Edwards crown of jewels j jewelsaud jewelsaudwill wtlsund wtlsundwill aud audwill
will be worn almost exclusively by the thePierpont tlwPierpont thePierpont
Pierpont Morgau 31 organ syndicate syndicateKING
KING EDWARD ViiIn VII VIIIn VIIIn
In reviewing the speech p cch of Kiug KiugEdvard KiugEd KingEdward
Edward Ed ward VII upon his ascendiug the thethrone thethrone thethrone
throne of Great Britain the Times TimesUnion TimesUnion limesUnion
Union and un Citizen
says that as a adeclaration adeclaration adeclaration
declaration of policies it i is not a very veryelaborate ver vereiaborate veryelaborate
elaborate document and au accounts for forthe forthe forthe
the apparent defect from the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the king has very Yer little influence m mshnping lUshiping mushipiug
shnping British legislation It
a athe says saysthe sasthe
the president of the United States Stateswould Stateswould Stateswould
would have hn ve gone much more into in to de detail detail detail ¬
tail because he has much niwre m re to do doin doin doin
in matters pertaining to legislationFurther legislation legislationFurther legislationFurther
Further along in its article the T 1
U and C says sa s that a change in the thewearer thewearer thewearer
wearer of the crown in Great Britain Britainmeaus Britainmeaus Britainmeans
meaus much less than a change of ofparliaments ofparI ofparliaments
parliaments parliamentsThe parI iamen ts tsThe
The TimesUnion Times Union and Citizen is la laboring laboring ¬ I
boring under the impression that the theking theking theking
king is but little more than a highsheriff high highsheriff highsherift
sheriff to carry out the decisions of ofparliament ofparliament ofparliament
parliament parliamentYet
Yet one readiug readilJ his
speech will ill ar arrive arrhe arrive ¬
rive at the conclusion that the king kingat
at least thinks the TU and C is ismistaken ismistaken ismistaken
mistaken aud that he is the whole wholepush wholepush holepush
push pushulI
ulI My army arlll iu South Africa lithe lithelines the thelines thelines
lines of the enemy are in
my posses possession possession Possession ¬
sion sion limy my naval forces
my em empire empire empire ¬
pire etc are the terms
the king em employs employs employs ¬
ploys ploysThe ploysThe
The king doesnt talk a little bit bitlike bit1ik bitlike J
like 1ik 8 he is iss a mere me re tinsel 1iurehead figure fi gttre head heada
a IIIID agentttcarry efcth tbe1I HSL HSLt L fIf 1
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much forroyalty for forroyalty
I Greatroyalty Great Britain pays too
royalty for it to amount to nothing nothingTheking nothingThe
Theking The king power powerful is both potent and power powerful ¬
ful ful fuln
In n His Steps StepsAnd StepsAnd StepsAnd
certain scribe came and nn said unto Him HimMa Hintfnster himMaster
And
a thee whithersoever thou thouJesus thangoest thougoest
Ma Master r I will follow
goest goestAnd said unto untoholes him the foxes have haveAnd I Ihates
And Jesus
nests but butthe I Ithe
hates and the birds of the air have
the soa n of JUan hath not notwhere where to lay his headAnd head I IAnd
And Jesus said unto him if then thenwilt thenwilt thenwilt
thouh ast and andgive andgive
and sell that
wilt be perfect go
Ae Srf shalt have treasure treasurein
5SI give to the poor and than have
in heaven and come and follow me meAnd JUeAnd meAnd
And he said unto them th thorn tn when I 1sent Isent Isent
and and shoes shoeslacked shoesacked shoeslacked
without purse scrip
sent lacked you ye anything And they the said Nothing NothingThe NothingThe NothingThe
The above quotations are texts em employed emploed employ ¬
ploy ployed e1 by Christ during his personal personalministry personalministry onjl onjlnainistry
ministry ministryHow nainistryHow ministryHow
How is it now nowIn nowIn liowIn
In England the established f > church churchis
is a part of the crown and the eclesiastieal eclesi eclesiastieul eclesiastie31
astieul appointments are made by the thecrown thecrowu thecrown
crown crownThe crowuThl crownThe
The more important church digni dignitaries dignitaries dignitaxies
taries are said to receive the following followingsalaries followiugsalaries followingsalaries
salaries salariesArchbishop salariesArchbishop I IArchbishop
Archbishop of Canterbury 75000 85000Archhishop 75000Archbishop 5000Archbishop
Archbishop of York 50000 Bishop Bishopof
of Peterborough h 52500 Bishop of ofLondon ofLondon ofLondon
London 50000 50 000 Bishop of Durham
35000 35 Bishop of Winchester 32000 32000Bishop 32OOOBishop 32000Bishop
Bishop of Ely 27000 Bishop of ofWorcester ofVorm ofWorcester
Worcester Vorm 8ter 25000 j Bishop of Bath BathS25000
S25000 25 000 j Bishop of f Oxford 2500 x2500Bishop 2500Bishop 2 oon ° j jBishop
Bishop of Salisbury 25000 Bishop Bishopof
of Norwich 22500 Bishop of Car Curlisle Carlisle Carlisle
lisle 22500 Bishop of Lincoln 22 2 250n
500 BiJi Hi of Chieheter Chiht tcr 21000 21000Bishop 21000Bishop 21000Bishop
Bishop r of + 1 f Exeter 21000 j Bishop of ofHereford otHereford ofHereford
Hereford S 21000 Bishop of Lichfield Lich Lichrield Lichfield
field 21500 j Bishop of Liverpool
21000 Bishop of Landaff 21000 21000Bishop 21000Bishop 21000Bishop
Bishop of Manchester 21000 Bishop Bishopof
of St Asaph A aph S21 21XX ono Bishop of Roch Eochchester Rochehester Rochchester
chester 19000 19000And lJQOOAnd l9G00And
And so on to the end l ud If < + f a t very long longchapter lougchapter longchapter
chapter chapterThe
The Master never saw sa w a cathedral cathedralspire fat cathedralspire llt drtl drtlsrire
spire a mitre velvet pews carpeted carpetedaisles carpetedaisles carpetedaisles
aisles purple robes norsatin nor satin surplice surpliceHe
He rebuked avarice and phow and
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something about aboutOld
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Old OldVirginia Virginia Cheroots CKerootsas Cherootsi Cherootsi i i J
as a 300000000 oooooooo of o them are beingsmoked being beingsmoked 1 1A fthem
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smoked this year Ask s an anybody o about aboutthem a out outthem
smoked them themyourself themyourself theme
them t if you have never
I yourself ynurse They e have made theire their theirown
e own reputation an and heir + eir own place placein ace 1 1in
in in the cigar trade tradefolly oily 0 on their theirmerits theirmerits t tmerits eir
merits Three roe good 0o smokes for or five fivecents fivecents I Icents
cents and an no nowaste waste 1 1Three I IThree
i T Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this thisyear thisycar i f
year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents 5 5J 5A ai
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TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS SUFFERERSOULD SUFFERERSmOULD
OULD you give two cents or two and anda
a half cents for or immediate and posi positive positive positive ¬
mOULD tive relief from the exhausting and andnerveracking andnereracking andnerveracking
nerveracking asthma from rom which you yousuffer yousuffer yousuffer
suffer One dose of Foleys s Honey Honeyand Honeyand Honeyand
and Tar is positively and unconditionally guar guaranteed guaranteed guaroutset ¬
anteed to t o give positivell relief and there are ten doses m ma in ina
a 25 cent bottle bottletwentyfive twentyfive doses in a 50 cent centbottle centbottle centbottle
bottle bottleFoleys bottleFoleys bottleFoleys
Foleys Honey and Tar will cure asthma if not too far farad faradvanced ad advanced adanced ¬
vanced and always will bnngrehef bring relief Remember one dose dosomeans dosemeans dosemeans
means relief from the terrible wheezing and choKingup choKingupIs
Is our guarantee worth the price of a trial to you t tFoleys lFoleys iFoleYs
Foleys Honey oneY and Tar is the name nameLouise nameLouise nameLouise
Louise Prickett Seg 50 Bryan Ave Danville III writes writesI
I had suffered several years with Asthma and after try tryimr tryin tryto
imr in a great many remedies I had given up all hope I was wasadvised wa3advised waaadvised
advised to try Foleys Honey and anTar Tar It Immediately Immediatelystops
stops the coughing hin spells and I get my breath more freely freelyIt
It is rs the only onlysmedicine smedicine medicine that ever cave me relief reliefBANNER relieVBANNER reliefBANNER
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e a conveying eouvey iug to the public the happy h lppy intelligence c + tit u he i is in business I that t1u t he t 10 10business iDhu
business hu i1l iness > SS tint for the luiiisimens lmust > lUen of ir i + solely hut for f Jr pur utm uUiulterat in iterated d busings busingsfurthermore s sfurthermore se
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hurlid Ii His mdcdictions against the theaccumulations theIUlmlulatioIlS thea
a accumulations of great reat riches ri hlslay hlslayl1r < lay layn
n l1r t up treasure on earth where moth mothand mothamI mothaud
and rust doth corrupt corruptRHCeivimr corruptHct corruptRiccivini
RHCeivimr Hct i nl the t bove H salaries and andperquisites an anp andperquisites
perquisites p besides would Rev Re Mr MrSheldon MrStoIdou Ir IrSiltIdol
Sheldon sty that these august uugu t dignitarits digni dignitaries dignitnri ¬
taries tnri of the church are walking in inthe inthe inthe
the footsteps of the t t lowly Nazariue NazariueB NuzarineBrithts
B rights Brh hts Disease is more dreaded d by byphysicians hyph bypliy
physicians ph pliy fiuus than any of the thescrious serious dis disorders disortllrs disorlFrs ¬
orders with which they have to deal dealbecause dealheCHme dealbecause
because of ita it insidious aud malignant ualmalignantdUtructtr malignantcharacter malignantchharacter
character If prompt action were weretaken weftnkpll weretaken
taken when headaches urinary dis disorders disordNS disorders ¬
orders digestive dige t c troubles first appear appearmuch appearlUuch appearrutieh
much suffering sntIlfil and 1111 < 1 sorrow would be beverted bterted bevertel
verted PRICKLY ASH BITTERS willquickly will willquickly willquiekly
quickly atop the spread of the disease diseasequiet diseasequit diseasequiet
quiet the iuiHuimutioii heal the kid kidneys kidIH kidttiys ¬
neys IH S and bladder strengthen Linn reg reglate reglatl reglate
late the liver and drived poisions and andimpurities andinpurities nd ndiupurities
impurities out of the system Anti Antivionopoly Al1titonopoly Aiitilonopoly
vionopoly Drug store lore special agents agentsm
m
If every ever county had a rock pile pileand pileanti pileanal
and would make it a penalty for the theprisoners theprisoutrs theprisoners
prisoners to break rock instead of ofdoinu ofdoiug ofdoing
doing nothing many a mile of rock rockroad rockroad rockroad
road could eveutuully be made Good Goodroads Goodrouls Goodroads
roads have passed passe the experimental experimentalstage
stage and have
now become a neces necessity necessity necessity ¬
sity
Nikola Nikola1esla Tesla Te la says sa s I I am satisfied satisfiedthat satisfiedthat satisfiedthat
that I shall be able to telegraph with without without witht ¬
out t wires to any city in the world worldwithin worldwithin worldwithin
within ashort a time By my m system
I hope to attain a speed of 1500 to
2000 words a minute The instru instruments instruments ¬
ments at either termiual will be abso ¬
lutely free from extraneous disturb disturbances disturbances disturbances ¬
ances ancesLife ancesLife ancesLife
Life Portraits of Queen Victoria will
be a feature iu the March issue of Mc
Clures Magizine The series is made madeup madeup madeup
up of reproductions relro uctions from photobgra photographs photographsaud I Iand mhs
and paintings and it is of notable his historical historical historical ¬
torical value They lhe cover the life of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the queen from infancy to old age and undare andare andare
are accompanied by descriptive text textAud textAnd textAnd
And King Edward Ed ward will ask parlia parliament parHament 1iarliawent
ment to pay the 10000000 he
ex expended expended expeuded ¬
pended while engaged in elementary elemen tary
agriculture agriculturesowing sowing wild oats oatsGeneral oatsGeneralTames oatsGeneral
General GeneralTames James H Wilson and Fitz
hugh Lee will be retired immediately
after confirmation confirmationo confirmationEditDCrunoiti
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