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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 September 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 6, 1895. NUMBER 17 . KAUFMAN, THE... MEN'S OUTFITTER While in New York I bought a stock of Winter Under wear from a mill that failed, and as these goods are com ing in every day, and we haven't room for them, we have started an ADVANCE SALE - Of Heavy Winter Underwear at One-Half Actual Value. We guarant t this ,v adver tised or your ione,,y back. M. Kaufman. TmO MORE A itTcm4"I's lL.tIoation ,f the Intern:. iuvenne Ex-Gov. P. 11. Leslie, United States trict attorney, and ,Joe tinley, deputy ited States marshal, arrie d in the y at 2 a. m. yesterday and soon after eir arrival Max Muir of Belt, who for rly conducted a notion store next the Gem restaurant, was arrested on hare of having violated the internal enue laws by failure to destroy the ernal revenue stamps on cigar boxes. was arraigned before United States mmaseioner Cockrill and, waiving ex ination. was held in $251) bail to the ad jury at the Nov...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 September 1895

THE ARGUMENTS In the Suit to Test the Legality of t teat Northern-Northern I'ari lie Consolidation BEFORE JUSTICE SANBORN Itf St. Pauln Wiho Seems to Oppose the Great Northern Contention --Still Arguing. ST \ug. 30.--The Pearsall case. involving the t reat Northern Northern l'acitic deal and hundreds of -illions of dollars, was still being argued ni the 1United States court before Judge san.lborn today. The judge called the .ittention of counsel to the fact that the ,reit Northern proposed to buy rne alf th, stock of the reorganized North -o Pacilic, as well as a trallic arrange : .t. anti the consideration of this pur Leo was the guariaity of the stock. I'h court could not Pee what other view i''t to be taken of t'ie 1-sition. 'lie t i r, seemed to the court to b'. could t1e Great Northern buy the stock of the eoicpany. ald It seemed to the court 'hat the r teat Northern was acting in .ontravention of the law when it pro nosed t do this. Counsel Groves for the r'eat Northern argued...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 September 1895

SETYE 'Was an Estimable Old Lady Sepa 'or't froin Hen Relatives,. Dis covering Them Last Year THROUGH AN ADVERTISEMENT She Never Used Tobacco or St imn. hints and Was Never Sick Aged Ninety-Thmree. irir:NWOALF, ha., Sept. ".-Mrs. Abby Louisa Beaumont of this place, aged 911 years, started overland last week for Il linois City, Ill., to visit relatives, driving through in a buggy, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Hutes, aged 70. lrs,. Beaumont was born in Hag Harbor lorne island, N. Y., Jan. 23, 15(3, being the daughter of Capt. llubbard L:tthai, who commanded a man-of-war in the war of 112, participating in many naval engagements. The Latham family wan at that time prominent sort wealthy. Vlien 110 yoars of age Abby married Wright iBeaumont and went west and for seventy-three years was lost to her eastern relatives. They lived by turin at Butfalo, Rochester, Utica, and N sgara Falls. At the latter place .lci. beau mont was introduced to (lee. La foyette and his eon, they then...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 September 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAIL.! WINKLY. O~ne year... S.U.i0 Onue myeoar.. 81.....11.0 Six months..4... 1 .0 Six mnths...1.00 One mosth........ .75 Three months..... .75 One week......... . S Single copy....... 05 Unless sild in advance the daily will invari. ably be 75 cents p r month, and the weekly $2 per year, 51 fur vix mouths and 20 cents per month for less than aix mouths. Advertisine rote- furnished on application. Tare TeeviNe leove all rompenitors far be. hind in circulntion. Advertisers may hc.ve ac reaS to it. bnt k. at soy times, Meobeeeihcte dclvi te their address changed must seod th.ir formter address as well as the Cae i addrese; this should be remeccber'd. THE itillJUNE. Great Falls. Mona. The council committee and the man agement of the water company are to meet this evening to try to settle upon a basis for the proposition to be submitted to the people regarding the purchase of the water plant. It is to be hoped that the diesussion will be amicable a...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 September 1895

()F THE NEWS OFTE~WEEK Saturday. Aug. 3e. Silas A. lBeacbly was taken seriously ill yesterday with a fever. J. B. Long, the sheeoibuyer of Syca more, Ill., is at the Park. F. D. Cooper, ox-county coilimissioner, is in the city from Cascade. Dan Samples went to Chinook to at tend to some cattle shipments yesterday. (Green, Kingsbury and Samples will ship a trainload of cattle from Chinook today. J. K. Castner deeds to T. E. Healey lot 25, block 12, Belt townsite; contidera tion, S10. Mrs. F. T. Overman is reported to be seriously ill, and her friends are quite anxious over her condition. John K. Castner and wife deed to Alex Alexanderson lot 1., block 9, Belt townsite; consideration, $100. A. P. Curfin of Helena, senior part nor in the firm of A. P. Curtin & Co., of Great Falls and Helena, is in the city. Mrs. J. M. Burlingame, Sr., of Minne apolis, will arrive soon to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burlingame, Jr., for several months. A marriage license was issued yester day to Willia...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 September 1895

LABOR_ HOLIDAY From Early Morning Until Late at Night the Union Laborers of Great Falls ENJOY THE CELEBRATION. Unions Well Represented in the Par ade-List of Winners of Sports and (ames. Although the weather Monday morn ing was unpropitious, the several labor unions were well represented in the Labor day parade. Nearly all who could possibly leave their work turned out to give their respective unions creditable representation an.l when the parade was formed it wa, nearly half a mile in length. Ladies and children, and those who did not belong to any union, thronged the sidewalks ae rig the entire line of muirvi:, which was as follows: Forming at Sixth street and Central av enue, marching west on Central avenue to Fourth street, south on Fourth street to First avenue south, west on First avenue south to Park Drive, north on Park Drive to Central avenue, east on Central avenue to Third street. ari north on Third street to the pienic grounds at its foot. At the fcot of Third street. in...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 September 1895

SENTIMENT Of THE PEOPLE Correspondent Wants the Names of Unsuccessful Applicants for Teach ers' Certificates Published. liev. Wasson's Private School-About the Text-Books-Views on the Labor Question, The interest evinced by the people of Great Falls in questions of public in terest is at the present time very active, and the following communications to Ta. TRBlI'uNE show the opinions of the writers on several diversitted topics. They represent the opinions of the individual writers and Tiir Tm xrc s.r: disavows any responsibility for them, expressing neither approval nor disap proval of the sentiments expressed, ox cept i so far as they correspond with previous editorial utterances of this paper. I T" tie Editor of the Tribut e: in no spirit of criticism, but eeekini, information, I desiro to inquire why tih' newspapers fail to publish the naves of those applicants for teachers' certiticates whlo fail to pace the required exaniiia tions. I am credibly informed that for tie' past thr...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 September 1895

RAILROADWRECK Train Crowded Almost to Suffocation With Excursionists Near Wood lawn Station, New York, STRUCK BY A WILD ENGINE Engineer and Fireman of the Runa way Locomotive Under Arrest Large Number Injured. BROOKLYN, N. Y., Sept. 3.-An appal ling railroad accident occurred at 3:40 yesterday afternoon near Woodlawn sta tion on the Sea Beach railroad, in which 50 people were injured. While train No. 3, drawing 17 cars, crowded almost to suffocation by excursionists, was stand ing at the Woodlawn station, a wild en gine came thundering along the tracks in its wake and crashed into the rear car. telescoping it. The car was full of pas sengers, most of whom came from New York. Many people saw the engine tear ing along and jumped from the train, thus saving their lives, A colored porter yelled to the paseangers to jump. The runaway engire daubed into the rear car, smashing it into kindling wood and burying men, women and children be neath it. There was a mad rush of surging hu-ras.ity ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 September 1895

- ...r .. evi %o4' ". [oat justodi & GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 13, 1895. NUMBER 18 M. K A U F M A N' S Boys' Suits See how they fit, fee how they sell. The style and finish are nobby and grand, The making and trimming are such as will stand. They run from SI oo up. Boys' Pants, 25c up. ...LYL Kaufman... 218 CENTRAL AVENUE. OIL EXPLOSION (lne Section of a Train Run: Into Another, ('ausing a Car of Naptha AND PETROLEUM TO IGTE A Fireman Covered With Ilurning Oil and Iiew-Flames Reach a Lang l);'tattn' (lid :ýrnna, Ill., Sopt. 12.-On the Chicago. Burlington a Qui y 116i1road, irst 'ast of A\lton. this. orning, a west ''und freight train lbk ide in two ill Is the front part n-lowed up at the 'iter tank the roar part ran into it, lmusinn a tar of naptha to ignit'. Thorn were 1r 'ars of naptha and tI'roleuii in the train, all of wvhich town ignited. 'The tiainas shot up hunlredil of fiet. Throe cars explodted w'ith tr~emiendous 'ac...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 September 1895

HOPKINS' ADVICE Vice President Howard of the Amer lean Railway Union Says That Chicago's Mayor INSTIGATED THE BIG STRIKE And Intimates That Hle I)id So to Wreak Vengeance on Pullman T)ebs Conirums It. CrrAnrO, Sept. U.-The iTimesIleraid prints the following in its news columns: "Ex-Mayor Hopkins of this city advised the great railroad strike of 1894, which ended in such disastrous lose of proper ty and life. This assertion is made by G. W. Howard, vice president and ex member of the board of directors of the A. R. U., and is continued by L. V. Dabs, president of that association." Mr. tliward said today: "Mayor Hop kins did advise Debs to tie up the rail roads and there are witnesses to prove it. it is the truth and the ox-mayor cannot deny it. 1 remember the meeting well. It happened in this way: The convention was in Cession atI Irich s hall ant the question 'as how to bring 'ault] an to terms. t w:1 sirle tire preli)C us to the urrd -:,to t hik u it 1I ,.0 railroair : I.1.11 word...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 September 1895

CITY FATHERS DEliBERAE Mass Meeting to Con~ider the Water Question Called for Thursday Evening, at Which The Aldermen Desire to Hear Citil zens Express Their Opinions --Vogel's Woes. The city council met in special session Monday; Mayor Webster presiding and all aldermen being present. The contract for the construction of a retaining wall at the city garbage dump, containing 370 cubic yards, was awarded to 1Ed Canary, at $2.631:' per cubic yard, lis being the lowest bid. City Engineer Swearingen presented a third estimate in favor of Paving Conn tractor Vogel, amounting to 85,321:12, 1:d Chronister, an employe of Vogelsi pre teuted a claim for wages of 827. Vogel stated that a greater portion of the claim was on a contract and the sum claimeo by Chronister for day labor wee due to a possible mistake of his timny keeper; tChrouister was paid $NI Saturday. \ id. Young, Fletcher and Mitchell thought cetiiiate should not be allowed until all of hugil's employes were paidl. od voted agai...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 September 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAIL!. WENKLY. One yser........S O l11ne year.5.....1.11 i r onthse. .0 Six months. 1. One Teeth.k Threek matls. 7 o 1 One welek... ;hongle ropy.u0tes .05 Unlees paid in advance the daily will invari. ably be 75 cta per oeenth and tie weekly $2 per m enrh p srstI for six cuotlser mot ir mless than l months. 0 ent per Atdertieineg rates furnished on applictathn.. Tie Tanuari leaves eli compeeitors tar be hind in circulation. Advertisers msy have Su I iss to ite hooks at a w1 tim.- T Sueeoribers desiring their address changed must send their former address as well as the new address; this should be remembered. THEC TIIIBUNE. tirest Falls. Mont. The Heclena school trustees have die Tided to introduce the military drill inl the schools as a distintctive. feature. The Great Falls trustees are IoreC worried about getting mioney enotugh to conduct the schools under the prestent system for six months than they are about in troducing new features. in th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 September 1895

OF TH IEWS WEEK Saturday. Sept 7. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. N. Forrest, a D. p. U. Cohn, the Butte cigar dealer, is the Park. MisIaLretof Sun River, is iing her aunt, Mrs. E. B. Largent. peter Arnold will leave this morning ra two weeks' hunting trip to High pod. 'A marriage license was Issued yester to Anton Faller, aged 23. and May Knowles, ,ged 17, both of ereat Fails. Mrs. F. J. Adams has returned, hc pneted by hermother, Mrs. J. W. ad, from a visit with relatives in lispell. uring the past week ten care of nre ye heso sbpp from Neihart, the eadwater shipped five, the Florence rae, and the Gait two. r. F. J. Adams will return in a few ye from the Yellowstone National rk, accompanied by his mother, from . Louis, who has been through the rk. C. Young has purchased the in Oet and good will of J. L. Houstonin e firm of Houston & Young, and will ntinue the business in the same lo tion. Dick, the eon of J. C. Adame of Sun ver, was in the city yesterday. Ila II leave about Sept. 16 to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 September 1895

CITY CAPTUREt Fifty Thousand Yankees Enter thi Metropolis of the State of Kentucky. THEY ARE MADE WELCOME From the Territory South of Mlasrs and Dixon's Line Come Many Thousands. Louvr vi.i.ri, Ky., Sept. . -The twenty. ninth annual encampment of the G. A. R. opened with a parade on the arrival of Commander-in-Chief Lawler and staff at 7::tl a. ui. In the first carriage with Mr. Lawler were col. Kelley, editor of the Louisville Commercial and cow man hlr of the (. A. I. department of Klnt rr-y and chairman, and the invita tion ind reception committees. The Lon' -;i!e ltgion was a feature of the para hr. At the Galt house the head qu trt, ro of th - thiers are beantifully daro.,ted anil eiltrrate arrungeire t f~, reception during the rn-arwp n--v.. While the reception of the co' rm tor and is tsitl wair the oest it, rnro. e event of ti- day the reception at tie ctpartmenit of tIte (. A. I. poste an I ' -terans arriving it other groups we. ' wluad it --resting. Special trains arriveri...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 September 1895

MYSTERIOUS DISAFPEARANCE Of John H. Saul, a Rancher, Near Armington, Who Left Home a Week Ago To Go to Mand Coulee to Collect Some Money- His Friends Become Anxious. A number of friends of John I i. S oul, a well known rancher, residing a little less than two miles south of Ariiingtoni, have been in town for the past two lays endeavoring to ascertain whether or not Mr. Saul has been seen in (treat Palle within the past week. They have thus far been unable to find anyone who has covn Mr. Saul within that period, and this fact but tends to increttse the eox icty ioncerniig his safety which has been felt for the past few days. About a week ago Mr. Saul left his ranch with the avowed purpose of driv lug to Sand Coulee to collect si0a1 honey due hin. 1o ex pectul that. tau the day after hlia diparture, a fihishing niachinc would arrivni tat A roin iuan , consigned to hiin, aii it is hliwih Iii he desired to obtain the tuou' hb1. a at Sand Cotuei ii in hr - i freight charges in tihi nlia ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 September 1895

HER ARMS ABOUT HIS NECK And Her Head Pillowed on His Bosom, Mrs. Houston, E. C. Young Swears, Told Hiim that lie Was Not Resimn sible for Her Trouble-The Testimony. When the case of the state of Montana vs. Ed. C. Young, the shoe dealer, 'harged with assault and battery upon the per son of Mrs. Eva Fonda-HIale-lHouston, the wife of his former partner, J. L. Houston, was called in Justice Burleigh's court Tuesday morning, a largo number of curious epectators were present. W. G. Downing and Sam Stephenson, acting county attorney, appeared for the prosecution and H. S. Green for the de fense. The complainant, Mrs. Houston, was the first witness. She swore that on the evening of Sept. 4, the day on which the divorce suit of Houston vs. Houston was instituted, the defendant came to wit ness' house on the south side about 8:80 o'clock. lie was accompanied by several men and a dray until he reached a point several hundred feet from the house, where his com panions stopped, and the defendan...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 September 1895

VoRR SGREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. G~REAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRI DAY , SE1TEUM1ER 20), 1895. NUMBER 19 Old Stock in this store; everything sold by us is made this season. With a store full of good cloth ing, shoes, hats and furnishing goods for man or bey, the thing best worth telling about is our $8, $10, $12 and $15 SUiTS They ari excellent, stylish suits; Worsted, Serge, Cheviot and Mlet tons. Come in today, iick out your suit, let us alter it it necessary; then buy it when you want it. N bother and uncertainly when you are in a hurry. Fedora Hats, 1.2:, to $3K 0. Noiligee Shirts with ties. 7r to 31.:0. Good lndirwenr, :3c, 50o. Had better if you want them. hooes, 81.50; better ones -2:,0; lat go stock of then. ..iYI. Kallfm all... 218 CENTRAL AVENUE. EUREKA! 11t't' le'rnj ulj Dic a, ti'ri y- i j irr' t iiiij,', ifon.j \n TI Il 'III Sh cm gl h " - t,,,;I ! .an l DiI enses. Pr..v.n10." anee I ur'ed II il, fleinillst and 'l rl oty I S' 'rolonrg.' Dr. Stod hl rt' 'io pit"l i'...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 September 1895

SHADE OF GLOOM Cast Over the Festivities at Louis ville in the Closing Hours by an Accident TO MANY OF THE SPECTATORS A Grand Stand, Containing 10,000 Spectators, Collapses - Many Badly injured. LOUISVILLE, Sept. 13.-The unprece dented hospitality and good will in con nection with the Twenty-ninth national encampment of the G. A. R. closes with sadness. While 100,000 people were watching the fireworks along the river front last night a portion of the grand stand, in which were seated 10,000 people, gave way and mapy were injured. That no one was killed is marvelous. The exact number of injured probably will never be known. Several policemen say that it was from 50 to 75. All the ambulances and patrol wagons in the city were summoned. Those injured, as far as known, are as follows: John Farris, Mrs. Hershfield, Mrs. J. W. Veidard, Miss Mattie Mor gan, Miss Fedora Starr, J. Burks, Miss Eva Willis, Miss F. Scinn, Miss Julia Moores, Mrs. Maggie Ferris, Miss Ben nett, Col. Jos. Packard, ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 September 1895

KILLED A -SQFAW Charles H. Pritchett Indicted by the;. Federal Grand Jury tor the Manslaughter OF MRS. SHAKES-THE-GROUND HIe Claims She Got in the Way of a Bullet Meant for a Vicious Dog. i5peeial to The Tribune. BuTT'r, Sept. 16.-Charles H. Pritchett, who shot and killed a squaw at the Crow Indian agency on the 28th day of last July and against whom an indict snent was returned by the United States grand jury, was brought to Butte today by Deputy United States Marshal Jack Waite and arraigned on the charge of manslaughter. Pritchett is the manager of a boarding house at Rye Grass on the Crow agency, where the government is engaged in constructing a ditch. The squaw whom he shot with a Winchester was "Shakes the Ground," the wife of Chief "At Night." Pritchett claims the shooting of the squaw was an accident, and that in aiming to shoot a vicious dog the squaw got in the way. The cabe was investigated by the United States grand jury at Helena during the past summer, bht no action wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 September 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ceCILWEfL?. One year...3...$.00 (ces year.,....$15 six ececeatho..S. .4icI l~ii roenthe.....1.00 One tacth... i.e Three months..... .75 One week......i 1 Single copy.....05 Uinlee cold in cltoanAe the daily will Invari ably c Vi. cente ;er cc nth. and thi weekly $2 fleer yer,. $1 fra iecothe and tota senser month ecr less thea ott eoetho. Ahai tialnt raeo feurniccecl oc thelawotlit. Tie r loiterer lenci ccl Ico lte.ite tar ce. hinS ina -ultion. Aclarnioerarei lmave in sces aoito at t A lcuk ie, d elb o'ribers dsairiec their aSressa changed must uend their fornceor addersea well as the new acdreos; thin ahclci be remombered. 'tiltE TIIItiUN. lreat Falla. Mont. °1'hi ;c cicer jcitigcs arcctc mtterning Ice tCtuec o f 'chie"lic-cctccrrv o! cc Clause-O ill the coeicto celeich iccicce Ic thrvic cccl oc abocut $54) cc eeci Imth fir the trial cic elteiocnef ogcicei Ithe state. hreauifter.if lity try suechrlc ceec ithey cece1si de ,c wcithocit pay,. T h...

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