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If you are troubled with pains,
fainting spells, depression pf spirits,
reluctance to go anywhere, headache,
Wskache, and always tired, please re
msber that there is an absolute
resucdy which will relievo you of your
MuTerfng as it did Mrs. Illcc. Proof
Sa axmumental tltat Lydla E. rink
WUB'a Vegetable Compound Is tho
j greatest medlclno for suff erlnr women
Ko other medicine has made the cures
that it has, and no other woman has
helped so many women by direct advice
M baa Mrs. Plnklmtn ; her experience.
la greater than that of any living per
OB. If you are sick, write and Ret
her advice j her address is Lynn, Mass.
FUT CLOCKS IN STREET CAR.
iasaaara of It. bonis Tranalt Con
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I Xaeh ear of the St. Louis (Mo.)
Transit company will be equipped
Hritlt a clock placed alongside the
JMili register, In order that the Tran
pll BAtUBgera may compare the time
Hrlth that indicated In the punch
Barks of the transfer checks In Ilia
wrest that an ordinance to be Intro
Ittaccd in the house of delegates b
(approved by the municipal assembly.
iieiegate t. e. Ainngnt, or the Her.
Bteenth ward, has in his poxnesnlon
the bill, which he will Introduce nl
a next meetlnjr of the municipal
sembly. ' The bill was drawn by
m attorney at the Instance or Dr.
jCharles J. Tarr, a dentist, who has
requested Mr. Albright to Introduce
(It in the house.
Seeelving conductors are not al
lowed to correct mistakes made by
Sssalng conductors, nnd an everybody
jWtoes not carry a watch to compare
like time punched the much-Imposed
W citizens want a clock in. each car.
ONE DOLLAR PER PILL.
it ! ril'tau ZUfd i no Rtmtir
That Care Iter Would Ba
Cheav at This Prloe.
CiBclanatl, 0., March 4, 1001 (Bpe
IArhs of Camp No. 1, Patriotic Order of
'America, ller home is at No. 1717
Hughes street, this, city. She It a very
popular and influential lady. For three
years she has been ill. Now she Is well,
he isys: "I csnnot pralie Dodd's Kid
ey Fills too highly for what they have
dene for me. 1 was troubled for three
years with weakness, and often bad
fjiasy spells, so that I dared not go out
bloat. My head would ache continual
ly tor four or five days at a time, until
Ufa became simply a burden.
, "All the medicine I took did me no
Kod, until my physician advlied ms
try Dodd's Kidney Pills. I secured
a box, and soon found tbst my hesd
aeke was leaving me. Ifeltencoursged
and kept on taking I hem and getting
ttrenger. The pains gradually dimin
ished, until I had used four boxes, and
all trace of pain bsd gone. I am to-day
a strong and welt woman, thanks to
Dodd's Kidney rills. If the price was
ae dollar per pill, Instesd of SOo a box,
they would be cheap compared with
ether so-called medicines placed before
). suffering public," This Is but a ssm
Me of the letters received every day by
ike hundred. They all tell the same
v Itory of slcknessand sorene.s, changed
v,frit.VHiUh and Igor by the uie of
Dodd's Kidney Fills. They never fall.
' lOo a box, six boxes for $2.50. Iluythem
from your local druggist If you can. If
fc can't supply you, send to the Dodds
Medicine Co., IJufTalo. N. Y.
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TOPICS OP THE DAY.
Mat Krnlrr for no Year.
A limn linn Just tiled In Mobile, Aln.,
who brought the Inst i-urgo of xlini'H
to tho United Ktutrx, mill ho cnrrlcd
on tlm biiNlnesM for 30 yours, reaching
Into the period of the cMI war.
Womrn ii Hiiercmful Knri.itim.
Mrx. Delia Itlggs Ih wild to ba the
richest former In Imllnim. Kho lives
onj n. fiOO-ncri! farm, which she per
Honnlly superintends, nnd on which
Rccrnl hundred of cattle urc raised
Kind I.ropilcl' i:prnlre Aiitomolille.
Klii( Leopold, of ltel(,'limi, hns or
dered an automobile tnncllng inn
cnntiilntng n jmrlor, bedroom nnd
sennntH' iiinrlers, nnd to travel 45
inllen an hour. The machine will cost
Ttrn-TliInU In Trnrment llninri.
According to the report of the New
York tenement house commission, of
ibn 3,437,202 Inhabitants of New York
elly 2,372,070, or more than two
thlrtlH, lle In tenement houses, as
these houses nro defined by law.
A Novrl far Krcry Tear.
Jules Verne Ih 7.1 years old. Ha has
written n novel for every year be hns
lived, nllhough his first one was not
published until he was nearly 33
yenrs old. It was "I'lvn Weeks In a
Jliiloon," nnd scored a big success.
Cnn't Marry Attain In Mnnlmal.
Tho Kplscopal bishop of Montreal
has settled tho question of the re
marrlugp of divorced persons, ho fnr
ns the Angllenn church In triat din
ceso Is concerned, by forbidding it,
thiiH Indorsing the pronouncement of
the Anglican episcopate In the Lam
bert conference of 18S8, that "the
sanctity of Christ (an obligation im
plies the faithful union of one man
with one woman until tho union N
severed by denth."
Similar tlpmlng- Don Not I'ajr.
The senate lias, passed the house bill
appropriating $S,t)00,noo fo- thn ey
position at Kt. LouIh to commemorate
the centenary of the Louisiana pur
chase, but It has tacked fin amend
ment to the bill fnibhldilig the open
ing of the gdtes 011 Sunday The Kt.
Louis managers are said Io lie angry
because of lifts restrict Ion. Chicago's
experience In regard to Sunday at
tendance nt tho world's fair showed
that It does r.ot pay to keep the gates
open 011 that day.
An Knrinjr r the 1'opc
Tt Is a bold inovu that King Victor
1'iuuuinuel has made In entrusting
rilg. (luiscppc Zanardelll with the con
structlon of an Italian cabinet, nnd
with the rondiiut of the government.
For tho new priuiu minister of Italy.
a l,o ns 11 statesman towers head nnd
shoulders above every other Italian
politician, vllh the exception of
Crisp!, has for tho last quarter of 11
century distinguished himself by bis
nnimoilty to the vutlcan, ngnlnst
which ho conducts it relentless war
Alarming Inrrtaaa at Child Nalrlita.
A boy of 12 years recently com
mitted suicide in Connecticut because
ha had had a disagreement with IiIh
schnoltraclirr about the studies It
was best for him to pursue. Not
long ago n little girl took poison be
ciiUKu she was not allowed by her
mother to go nut and play. There
hnve been several cases where boys
nnd girls of lender yenrs killed them
ucIvch because I hey fancied they were
crossed In love by cruel parents. Child
suicide, Is Increasing nt an ulnnning
f.tviilfri tlttvn A ITnlmiM llllil.
'I' 1 10 .li.vll'j tlllili. lu nun nf II... vn!
iiiiich 111 the roval imlaeo of Stock
holm, Kvveden. In this HbrJiy (here
nro 200,000 volumes and 10,000 mnuu
scripts, The ltible Is written 011 300
prepared asses' skins. Turn Is ,1
tradition tliM It ri'iptlrrd :.00 years
4.1 ...imtili.l.. 111., lini'l Itlll linr...!.
Ing (o nnotlicr tradition ipi'te as re
name, inv hook wiih copicn in n siu-
irli, iiltvlif. Iln, itmll litiiiitnlf fmalMlllif.
n ", - - n
mill giving to the, monk n nnriralt of
The Swedes carried tlm manuscript
from 11 convent lu l'laipio during the
Thirty Yenrs' wnr.
TO PIOHT TIB MAD MULLAH.
No Sfonuinrnt liter Franklin.
Kvcry year or two some patrlo.
visits the grnvo of llcnjamln I'mukliii
In l'hlladclphlii nnd Is Inspired with
tho Idea that Instead of helm covered
with n cracked and dusty stone, lying
even with iltu ground, It olinuld be
surmounted by u towering monu
ment. Then 11 monument fund Is
started, nnd, sooner or later, It is
discovered that Franklin himself
directed before his death exactly how
his grave should bo marked, and that
bis wishes imvo been strictly followed
out by his surviving relatives,
family AppoiU(M Dluppeartag;.
The new century bids fair to wit
nesa tho disappearance of old-time
family appendages, The family horse
ia fast giving place to the automobile.
Thefsmlly servant ia almost aa rare
at' the buffalo. Tha family Bible,
which used to hara.rlta ffeM of heaor
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Britain Burnt, an Kxperiitlon to AbtlnU
to AMlit Klox Mnnf.Hk In t'ondnct
Ins a Urcat Campaign.
London, March H. MnJ. A. If. Tra
cey and Cnpl. It. 1'. Coblmld start Fri
day for Adls Abelm, capital of Abys
sinia, where they will net ns advisers
to the Abyssinian coiumnniler-ln-chlef,
Has Mnkonuen, In his approaching ex
pedition ngnlnst the Mad Mullah, who
has been causing n disturbance In
northern .Somalllimd. King Menellk
will place 20,000 men In tho field mid
the llrltlsh will co-operate with his
majesty's army by simultaneously
dispatching n force of troops from
llcrbcrn, the seaport of east Africa
on n liny of the gulf of Aden. King
Mcnellk's consent to the presence of
llrltlsh officers with Ills army is re
garded here ns signaling the 1 estima
tion In Abyssinia of llrltlsh prestige,
so long overshadowed by Frnuco-Ilus
slnn act Iv It lea.
DEWEY'S PRIZE MONEY PAID.
Vnr Kinking- tlm Hpanl-ti Fieri In Manila
liar In 1R0H thn Admiral HrrrUra
atl.SIO llmlilr tho llrjr.
Washington, March 8. The treas
ury department has Issued n warrant
in fin or of Admiral tleorge Dewey
for $'J,.'i"0 on account of the prize,
money due him for the destruction
of the Spanish fleet In Manila liar
bor May I, 1808.
Hwnpplng rrlinncm fur Ulrica.
Manila, March 8. Additional In
ducements have been made to the In
surgents to surrender their ;uns
(Jon. MacArthur has directed nil de
partment commanders to releife one
prisoner for every rifle surrendered.
An Insurgent who surrenders his gun
will be permitted to name the prison
er to be released provided no 'xcei
tlonnl circumstances icipilres this
man's detention, lu which ease an
other selection will be allowed
Their. Will llTiH.I thfTllatllrililp.
Washington, March 8. Secretary
Long has made n distribution itiiong
the shipbuilders of the vcmcIh recent
ly contracted for. Of the battleships,
Newport News gels the Viti-lnln;
Morau llros., of Seattle, the Nebras
ka; Hath Iron works, the (ienrgin;
Fore river works, the New Jersty nnd
Order fnr UH.SOII.000 Kggi. .
Kansas City, Mo., March 8. L M.
Slayton, of Manchester, N, 11., who
attended tho meeting of Kansas anil
Oklahoma produce dealers here, left
nn order for 200 carloads of eggs to
bu filled Jointly by any or till of the
members of the association. This
order menus Hint the hens of this ter
ritory must lay 28.P00.000 eggs this
spring to fill It.
Awful Crime of a Toprka Womnn.
Topekn, Kan., March 8. Mrs. Myr
tle Webster Is nt the county Jail
charged with the. killing of her hus
band, Noah Webster, at live o'clock
Thursday morning at their home near
Fourth and Lelauil streets. A razor
was the weapon used and Mr. Web
ster's! throat was cut from ear to ear.
Mrs. Webster Is thought to be insane.
Clilnme Women Nlavra Io fin.
8nn Francisco, March 8. Collector
of tho Tort Ktrattou has received n
letter from Attorney (ieneral Urlggs
recommending that all Chinese women
lu this city who lire believed to lie
held in slavery be arrested and taken
before the courts. If they have no
legal rights they will be deported.
Hlave llalilliia I Common.
Chicago, March 8. William ctnmps
Cherry, thu African explorer who re
cently returned to this country, says
the Hlave-raldlnf" curse Is fully us bad
ns In the days when Livingstone Jour
ncyed through Africa. Mr. Cherry
found whole regions depopulated by
the slave raiders.
Tragic llratli of a Urate Woman.
Hot Hpriiigs, Ark., March 8. After
having saved four children from n
burning building Mrs. Sanders lost
her life In (be Unities ns she wns nn
the stalrcaso almost within reach of
liberty for herself and uluc-ycnr-old
Viola Wilcox, her niece.
Nw York lluj. Illatarlral Manilon.
New York, March 8. The .luinel
mansion and grounds in Harlem,
which were occupied by den. Wash
ington ns 11 headquarters, will coino
Into tho possession nf the city, the
board of public Improvements paying
$200,000 for It.
Ranger Majr Not Ha Appointed.
Washington, March 8. Senators
I'latt nnd Depew, of New York, nrc
both opposing the proposition to nom
inate Col. Sanger for the olllce of as
sistant secretary of wnr 011 the ground
that Col. Sanger is not a consistent
A Dludrin for Wlllieliulna.
Amsterdam, March 8. Queen Wll
licliulna mid I'rlnce Henry have re
eel veil deputations bearing wedding
gifts. The nation's gift consisted of
;i diadem, n necklace and two bracelets
of diamonds and sapphires.
WUfoiinlu In Km rent the. Oregon.
Washington, March H. The Ing bat
tleship Wisconsin has been s-lccted
to replace tho OrcL'on In Asiatic wa
ters when thai vessel Is relieved lu the
Immen.e Turtle for llufTrtlii Htpo.lllmi.
Washington, March 8, What is sal.i
to bo the largest turtle ever shipped
to the Smithsonian Institution h there
now awaiting shipment to HiilTalo.
This nlllgalor snapper measures five
feet from tip to tip, and Is the largest
ever caught, exceeding In slo the
well-known Florida gopher.
Contracting Flour for Chins.
Tacomn, Wash,, March 8. An agent
nf a China firm Is In eastern Wash
ington closing contracts for 30,000
,burrebj of flour per mouth for ship
tment W China during thn year,
fatal rcsaloalnn of firedamp Id Mine,
(lelsenklrclicn, Prussia, March it
tun persons were killed and many in
jured yesterday by an explosion of
firedamp in the Consolidation mine.
It Is feared iMft others are entombed.
The adjolnlntf-lkaft collapatd and at
present It la Impossible to reach
that. . .
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Outhrle. The council on the 28th
took up bills on third reading and fiual
puuage ss follows:
To authorize orlntlna- tournala nf
boih houses; to provide for the print
ing of yearly insurance statement.;
ompelllnr- lallioad comnanlea to nro
ride suitable waiting roomi for passen
fer, also bestowing certain powers on
ouuty boards of education.
Jloua bill SI, nrovldlnr for sonarato
ichools for wliltea and blacks, was
pasd wllh amendments.
A measure was Introduced making it
1 crime to forgo signatures to petitions.
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moves the time limit of seuilons of
boards of county comraUsIoners, wns
unanimously pasted, as waa also the
touncll bill legalizing tho election of
It. A. Ullllps, probate Judge of Washita
In the house Die committee of the
whole fuvorably recommended for
passage Wilkin.' bill to establish a
university preparatory school at Tonk
twa. This Is the third bill patted
luthorlzlns the construction of addll
loiiul building for educational Instl
lions, the ajjurrgnte appropriations for
which are about 1170,000. There ore
itlll on the eulendur authorizing ad
jillonal buildings for the colored uul-
rerslty at Langston and for the normal
tchool ul Edmund, also a bill to pay
the Alva normal school indebtedness
f $100,000 m.kluir a erand total of
bout 1350,000, which the territory is
(sited upon to appropriate for school
buildings, and the public buildings
bill has been utilized aa a means of
pashlnc the bills.
The home In committee of the whole.
favorably iccoiuraended for passage
UlilarJ's bill creating a board of agrl
lulture which Is to consist of six mem
bers elected by farmers' iustltules and
House bill 74, which was favors Id v
recommended for p.isage, provides for
the taxutlon of Insurance, guarantee
ind accident compsnles not organized
under the laws of the territory. It re
ulri-s every insuiance company or as
sociation to pay a territorial tax of
three per cent upon the amount of
The following b Us were introduced:
FJou-e bill by Wood, making it unlaw
lul for any person Io engage In the ab-(trading-
business who Is not a pro
fessional abstracter, owning and ob
lalnln; a complete aet of abstract
boohs ami without having fltrd with
Hie county cleik a bond of )000 that
be will pay all damages that muy ac
true by reuaon of any error In anv ab-
Itruct furuUhed by him, and that lip
will in no way mutilate or dettroy any
of the iccoidsof the ofilces to which
be may have access. Alto houso bill
157, by Decker, providing for general
ind deficiency appropriations; relating
to procecduro In foreclosing chattel
nortgages: legallzlm; tax deeds which
lave been recorded one year; relatlui
Io duties of aicsors.
The house held the first evenlm
lestion of tho alterably, and In cum
bliteeofthe whole house bills were
tilled conferring additional powers on
loards of county coniuiKtloners; Io do
tne crimes and pre.crlbe punishment;
repealing law creuting district acbool
The committee of the whole house
n the 28 111 resumed consideration of
(Vllkliia' bill which creates a torrl
tltorlal land oflKo and tchool land
lomralstloner as the exacutlve oOlcer
if the land office. Under the present
tulea the executive power Is vetted in
t board consisting of the governor, ter-
tltorlsl secretary and territorial super
Btendentof schools. Under the Wil-
tins bill the commbslom-r la appointed
iy the governor and his salary is fixed
It $2,500 u year. The bill further pro
tides 11 set of rules goveralng the leas-
ng of public land and the disposition
if funds arising therefrom. After
tutucrous amendments Hit bill was
secotnmended for passage.
Outline. In the council, under the
rder of bills on third leading council
till 113, by Miller, providing for the
lemoval of the Historical society to the
Isplial was pussed unanimously.
Council bill 07, by Clarke, an act
ranting llcen.e to es-unlon soldiers Io
lell merchandise, etc., was put on Its
lual passage. V Inkier of Kingfisher,
Ibsraeter tho bill as a "bootlegging"
bcasure, nnd moved that It He on the
table. The bill pasted by a vote of
I to 4.
Council bill 148, an act relative to an
iddltl nal bulldlug for tho normal at
Gdmoud, provoked a wordy colloquy
ietvvecn the author und Coal. on of
FVoodi, the latter desiring to lmvo the
bill recommitted to his committee for
Council bill 130, by Miller, an act to
Ix tlm salary nint prescribe ceitaln do
lies of Hie Bupcrlutciidoctof Insurance,
sub umended by Councillor Todd to
amlio Hie oflice u separnto department.
I'hu u'uthor resisted the smeiidineut
itrenuoiisly, nnd a roll call showed ten
Ij-iiinst tho omeiidmcut und three for.
Houo mettages vrere received on-
oouiiclng that (.oitucll bills 133, 3 and
18 had passed the boute and tliut coun-
111 bill 113 had been ordered engrosed.
Council bill 158, by Winkler, pro
rldfiu for recording births and deaths,
nrus pussed with auirndraenla,
Council bill fixing the lime when a
purchaser of real estato shall ba liable
for the taxes thereon was unanimously
Coulson'a Initiative and referendum
bill was pasted by a vote of 7 to 0.
llellamy's kidnapping bill, council
bill 123, waa passed by a vote of 10 to 1
two not voting.
Outhrle. Tbs house held a session
on the alght of the 28th for tho purpose
of finally disposing of bills unfavorably
reported out of standing eosttaltteaa.
Iweaty-four such bills were killed by
paa-rUae; tka eoieaslttea report aad
three blUe were placed oa the aalaa
iar. Theae kills ara eoaaall Mlla M,
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Qnthrle. The committee ob appro
prlstlonsatnoonon the 27th reported
to the home the general and deficiency
appropriation bill which provides for
the following appropriations:
To the government of the territory
ns clerk hire and contingent expentes
$1,300 per annum for the years 1001-3.
To the secretary of the territory fof
stenographer and Incidental expenses,
$450 per annum for tho entulng two
To tho superintendent of publio la
structlon and ex-ofilclo territorial aud
itor for his salary for 1001-2, $1,800 per
annum. For his deputy, $1,200 per an
num; for clerk hire, $000 per annum;
for rent, fuel, blanks, etc., $700 per an
nura and the further sum of $100 for
For the territorial treasurer for his
salary for 1931-2, $1,800 per annum, for
the bontlugcnt expenses of his office,
Including elerk hire, rent, fuel, etc.,
$700 per annum, and the further sum
of $500 per annum paid out and ex
pended by him in complying with the
order of the secretary of tbe interior,
and $500 as appropriated for his own
ute and benefit to be expended in se
curing a good and sufficient bond. The
last mentioned provision not to be
available during tbe preient term of
office of the present incumbent. And
$200 appropriated to the treasurer for
tbe purchase of a lire proof safe.
To tbe attorney general for his sal
ary for the years 1001-2, $1,800 per an
num, and for clerk hire and contingent
expentes including attUtunt, clerk hire
and tents $1,200 and the further sum
of $130 is appropriated to reimburse
him for money expended for furniture
To the territorial librarian for Ids '
salary, $720 per annum and for renin
nod contingent expenses ror 1001-2,
$520 per annum, and the further sura
of $180 per annum for an assistant nnd
for tbe purchuse of books $1,500, to be
expended under the direction of the
chief Justice of the territory. Also,
the further sum of $3,000 to be applied
on the Indebtedness of the territorial
library. Tbe clerk of the supremo
court Is hereby made ex-ofilclo libra
rian and is hereby authorized to take
possession of and receipt for all books;
papers and other property belonging
to the library ia to be under the suer
vlslnn of the chief Justice and board of
Iliad by a Mob.
At 12:30 on last Thursday, Johnson
Miller a full-blooded Creek Indian,
was shot Io death bp a body of masked
men. Miller was under arrest for the
111 11 rder of Herbert McDadc 011 the 23
of December last, llu wss arrested
ne.r Wuiumka by Deputy Marshal
Haaso and brought to Holdenvlfle
pending a hearing before the United
States commissioner. At an early hour
lu the evening officers, fearing trouble
sreretly conveyed the prisoner out of
town two or three miles. At a little
after midnight about 40 armed and
masked men forced an entrance Into
the hou-e, disarmed tbe guards and
began shooting at the prisoner at
short range. The prisoner escaped
from them by Jumping through a
screen door and fled u cross the yard,
clearing a four-foot picket fence at one
leap, running 300 yards when he was
overtaken and his body filled with lead,
mo-e than a dozen bullet bole being
found in his body.
Miller was a desperado and had com
mitted three cold blooded murders
within six months betides numerous
robberies. Three weeks ago he mur
dered an old man named Sherry. Last
September ha mutdered Joe liar wood,
but hi most heinous crime waa the
killing of young McDadc, whoa bo
shot, then built a fire upon the body
partially cremating it. 'Ilia remains
lay in the woods undltcovered aevea
Harder at a charivari
William Uerrell was married Sunday
night and returned oa Wednesday
wltli his bride to Hock Creek. In tbe
evening a charivari party gathered and
some one fired a pistol. The ball patt
ed through the slds of tbe house and
entirely through the body of George
Uerrell, who wss asleep in bed on the
first floor, killing him Instantly. Tbe
young man was a brother of the groom.
The mother collapsed and Is expected
to die from the shock of her son's
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Outhrle. Tli remains of the lato
Major Crozler, who died et Cushlng
Monday, were viewed by friends of
the deceased at the Masonic temple.
The catket containing the remains was
placed in the main auditorium and
was tovercd with wreaths and flowers
sent lu by friends. Hector Nicholas
preached nn Impressive suriuon and de
livered a beautiful tribute to the mem
ory of tbe deeeiited. Air. Nicholas
Would l.lli Ilia l'enllanltary.
Citizens of Ferry presented u petition
to the assembly usltlng ftr tbe pent
tentlury to ba located at that city, nnd
offered to deposit a certified check for
S.5.000 to coutruet the building, also
to put up a check for $5,000 k Insure
tho purchase or 100 acres of guna-for
a location. The petition went over
under tbe rules.
Mnbbad Ilia Will
Alfred llyntim a stafr route mall car
ries from Arspshooo Elmer, has con
fessed to srstcmsAle robbery of the
malls and burnlnuf on tbe prairie the
letters and pacfaaea opened, lie if
now in jail.
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