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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 31, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 PHK NKW"  Ii IV KS TOK NKW s ’Vim.K I I \s NKW  THE ADA EVENING NEWS.  THE NEWS  DELIVERED AT  10c PEK WEEK     ......... I.....-......-____________________    DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MOR!! PROGRESSIVE CITY    ----------- -----~ - — — —-----      VOLUME 2    ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY EVENING, MAR. 31, 1905.  • j    NUMBER IO     I.. UMBRELLA BARGAINS.. 8  —........■    ■■■■■■■■■i::.    &  Doubtless you didn’t get an timbre » i»ld on** is either lost or worn out lf ^o let ii* supply  Ila last year and \ our  ‘U  lr will  *  (■UM mil i« ins un  President of Hayti Cables His Hep- Prince Mestchersky Denounces Pas-resentative at Washington That toral Address by Head of Greek Country is Quiet.    Church    at    St.    Petersburg.  I  & you and. get the benefit Alf tile full season.  cost you no more. lit  ......  *  &  50c  75c  SI.50  r  v *  *i  SAYS60VERNMENTCAN MAINTAIN ORDER IS A MOST DANGEROUS UTTERANCE.  Paragon Frame, Steel xo i of fast black and water proof, sold everywhere ar Tee, our "per in I price  Same make a** above, with choice handle*, g<ax material, extra value  Paragon Frame,. good nu dity Gloria, assorted aa handles to Men or Ladle*, oar leader    ^I«UU    *▼*  The best ativi nu>"i ss iii ti t 1  > Lad-e** and Gentlemen Fmhrellasever shown in Vdaat lim priee. Worth our * pee; in  Km rn Otis KusaImu \ ii thor l»«*«l*4r»** th** Ser-  IIIOII Wilt It ll \ t > I > •' It I til tilt* I’t'ltHMIltH III  I fitr tint From Kiis.Ih All Kar*»p«aii Cli I flirt* Mini 2 ’ ti t llirlr I mmtrx Itm-k to I "milt lout of AI I«1111 •* A KIM.  , ’N*  %&►  Minuter I'uivrll llml I’ravlouAljr \Yir***l a  Ivfqiit-*! for it \\ it rn hip at l’ort-aii I’rintt* to l’r«*.<*t*r* «* Or«lt*r (’rnlArr Itrooklyii Now iii Thom* Wntrrt Will In * »r«l**r«*il to I'rotf.'t American I titer**-!'  St Petersburg. March .ll. hi view  of lilt* peasant agitation throughout  i,    i    .    . ii .I In* count r\ soim* til I he newspapers are  (a bl cg ram \i~tm un* president of Havti    ,     1    1   .......I , i    ti ,    * .J * sen<> six alarmed ai t ii.* eft t <>i tile  contradicting the cablegram »»i Min  I,...,,    , ,,    ,    ,    . . recent pastoral address <>! th,* Metro  •ster rowel 1  rec*t\*d Wednesday sun  dig 11i iii serious trouble is impending I  I  en 0fir GOODS. SHOKsCWrWGi  Cash on Delivery of Coods One Price to all ^    ^    ^    ^  Washington Mat Ii ill. Mu boget Ila' 11 ;i > t itll minister; has received .t  tletter grace" La lie* at 7-1  • ’N* *-  9  ’N. ’  a Hayti and that ii is doubt Mi I whet! «i- tic a.tit lo >ri i it - ..til maintain i»ea<  . Hu oi ti**r    i Mar h '■! att.. \ ut ii !  Vecol dine to \|inis11 »• Lei.-.-! adv i«  th© i t MI Ut !\ I.s .lil t at I ti '  1  -ie IS IU t i- ••!    .    '    •    .    v    .    es    >  "cli I aa oi St Petersburg. At Antonins. as being a direct incitement to the i-'Hoi ant {teasam s to besin a war of  NI Cl 11 e.!  v tit  mal it>ii .maim t I he . at ti c cdu-lass amt th* papers ar« dcntand t th. metropolitan amt Hic boh whose mouthpiece ii is as*  Vt-  a  w/lMW,  •r* 7* rf a t " "  *£SLJJ~ -  *• -T‘ »!•    *-    *-    *    v    *"*    **-    v    v§^    V    -ft    v$;  SO  tm  tin  till OI  tai..  I eruct lh im  mine  Ic Cl  Most  Wa him Rtnokl)  . V Will  I rook Iv ll on Mi#* \\ iv.  e;tou March 'll. Th* et ne a 1  (Juan* ara mo Th  »r oi  Hrashdanin. ii* ti.e most dan  i.  The place where you can get the worth of your money any day in tin* week. We are offering a nice, clean, new stock of Merchandise at the lowest living prices. Our intentions hic to sell the goods, and we do not limit our customers to any certain day or any certain amount of good*. We have strictly one price to old and young ■ on eat; send your child to our store and rest assured that it will receive the same courteous attention that you would be given, should you come yourself. Call and see tis md be convinced that we do exactly as we say we will. Sati* faction guaranteed or your money refunded. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the city.  We Quoie Below Some of Our Regular Prices;  Clothing*.  ; h  SAVED HIS FLAGSHIP.  Admiral IC..J -t\«i-k\ A nm in* ta- . n \ « i «li*t!ii North Sr* Im ut. ii. A Ma I of \ I* pr*»i ii of VI in lr 11*.  Hawi tit t • -the state th jut ■ a! lgrart ft, e that Mit'i!'!. .nim.- ut ’ It. ratim tor Mi \ ions m d- ii fr mu larrvin:  Mi  \ wa  ti (’It  -■Vt UM  ll!  alt*  aer ! mon  ! J »V*  t-au-Pt in.  I" MilCS!  I . n iv i IHNS ( ll ^a> i th* tv. I’  - !•  Dom (butut: Pi, Mad. r pr» t Im- depart im t  I.  turthwestern Life ct Minnesota is Taken in Hand bv State Insurance Commissioner.  T  "it its intention ho ti* ti wat* »s.  BUILT THE MINNEAPOLIS AUDITORIUM  Paris, March \ * ti >kv . in  !  he .. interview \v i t h i a* the ."iand i -aid th* tut tire > piadnm d* p* nu <"oal and r iii .*; \ ’’Th** slitvv airt  ! \diuu a: Ut «‘si-ai'st' of an ant bori a ti Matin rorrf’si'omleut N> >km H. M:t * !:     1 .  movem**nt.s v*f tile *1 .*n !ii*- at i i v ti af dev* {opulents. ai * >t * *i .! i»* * s hi*  BOODLE IN NEW JERSEY.  ! ■« C I * I ,i t ii r«- Ii* ..-ut. i Ni‘\\,|M|ifr *>tor\ I lint blimey ii i* I *r<l in ('oiiiin-tinn U itll h « iii ii Hill  I) I re*-1 ion of I oniiiii*>toui*r O'Krien i (oinnntteo of (iti/eim 11 rn dr ii In I <»r-rner (Governor I.iud :»n*l >l.iy»*r .lours to select N«*ii Officers -I iti^en* 2'.tiled in support of Home A oil)pain.  St. P-aui. Mum , Ma. U I. Stat** durance Commis -.on* r . id * a tuu" taken charge oi the affairs cl ti .* N*>nh-western Nationa! Lit* in.- . at * *-n t -pany of Minneapolis This a* tion followed an int* - igatien <*t tin com-•any s financial affairs vhich wen* ^ *und to be in a serious con iii bu a cording to Mr t) PrienL r< nor- to tlov Johnson. Commissioner Brien says. however, that w:*i vat et el inanag**-ment the *‘ompan> * an avoid bankruptcy,  Ttion of Commis"a*i * r !*n- W. K lie* lit* I. first  aid. ‘‘b«■ *■ oni .t feet cons -s abundant third divisit \dmit a degraphic -he intel  a > •! tons quest ion u hen of .«> \\ at ships. I f coal ma lo to iii! .'! iii -  'ben n X charge* in a \<"!*Mda\ that  I Mar. It Til. TI runton in v\ >pa per . • rib* r\ had In-en us*  ti.  iIdles \« n  aim marx * iona < oi  k V !*'.*’t\f.l a tb<* d* i i"i*m of  sui ""bm of in- I > a im id* tit and iilmitals ap j . bm o xvi UK to I  dairy int** the Xortb ? saidl ‘J am glad til proved of my . on due collins com et ii inc th* im i*lent I .-it ai ahxa>;> I* * i a <-**rtain mea."ar* **t morn i• sponsiiiiiity. However. *>. p**d** boat were *•* tabd>    .* m.v ships w**t.  • ndaiiL* r. d. I wa- -ddi-e.i to -av* Th flagshit- and I -'n • • * d* -2.  M  ave a I >-  At the d O’Bri* ti Pi -  vie * presid* n \ L. Timm retary-Trea.surer T J Sa resigned And a committee o  olis citizens comp** s* d <>* Max or Former Governor Lind Iou ion S\\  F. Nelson and I' \. ('arb hav<  •  The Northwestern National Li suranee company recently buil Minnea(K)lis auditoriam Imiidin Hie promise of a numb* r of eitiz* secure $2.1  M ‘c  ,M 1  a * I • *  1     •    • ,  the company.  I* EW YORKS’ LIGHT MONOPOLY '    ”  Committee of "Cit. f - -I ,tun lt«*^iu, In Investigation Into \ileg**l I ctor-t i un a t*- I* ri< I — .  r*  plat-  Sew Ye:    Mai  U at iou - if an alb ”* . York s sn pp! i, oi of the exaction of ,by a combination  db Ti i* im.-na nopoiv ot N. itt and «if . bara •xtonionat* tui<  JAPANESE IN CHARGE.  Hill* I iki-n Mkt 11 i ••    \ liiiiiiiit i it lim <»f  y rf .ors in XI iii. hun I ? r* -ti I mop-\ rnx Im;  tiuiisiiu Pa. s. March M. nu n hants art ixina her** after a *-ir-■uitotis fliuht ftom Mal.ti* tit** Japanese ha\.* taken tiii'ii" ra' ii>n *u Mar -Ion ta install***! dajiatu -*>    " Mal:  "It*- Chines*-, have taken possess Mr L i iss tan ade. int •: at iv** du* and lave* est a i d is *    , i Japan**:  dc** tor* i* at M ukdei iii* a ore i - * ttim. tin* rail!-ad fr«>m Fort Mukden into a narrow anim   i:  - ’**»*• " i . 'in;•!.* ■' :  a i \ ina land 11 ties * >1 sappl'  S.oui !>v w ax of I en. vv ann henP I’orf Dalny to Mukden and over Sinmint in rom] which t lo* Japanes** j report *1 to inn< based. CreMi I,  ti connection v itll it*' |*assa.ge l> the house of th* Morris * ana! abandonment bill was ihe subjtct of an beni dis. t "s tot * in she « amus to-dux bx th fbpnhliiiin meiulurs «*t tit** as i v tnbix  c a result of M * caucus when th ’ **use i• utv    fed tor    tin tit f time    M•  Dufti* Id ti e rejMibli* ai    1,-ader ami    tin  int rodm et    ut *}ic    vt <    iris .anal    btl!  EI O.-, to a    pie-t ion    of    pet-« ital m    id  I eye. Ile -i.it. .I thai lie «*hnrge ft bt ab**! v iiad * **’** -11 mad,, qjqj that t .she Ut I i be noticed tv the hotls'e. fie aid ’n* ti ’rodm * d i»,» hill in lo*id i*o! It and mad** i stipulation at the  ta  in.  'inn i hat po mon > sin ut! conn*. iion \ itll it he believed that it t sed fie nun * that t It,- I into « ommitt**»- ti  !  in '"Vt • a at ar at  1*1 nm b. l ot , I tic  cpi) I. Nam*, lh. t t *0*1* wit ii b t * 1111!  ne used in and t Ii a - had be« n  iou  ami  th;  ii*  M<  ** HI IT T  coll  lain * n iu > Japa  Iron  fron  s*' tro<ij*s are r* at th** trout  ort*-! lo It*' arriv  THE SUBWAY FIRE.  Din* I lr** mu ii Iv ill til iii,! -im i,| I ii j it re, I l> v Hic Hnriilne 'tiny of the IC.u.f " ii 11 ii* i r t ** r <*.  New York Match I. Fireman > tut Lillie xv as killed and several other firem**n wert* injure*l l»y a cave-in in th. sub wax at th** I tx th street station ’Alii. h was burn***! \\fdm'sdaj Lilli** and four others had been sent into th. tunnel to wet down the smouldering ember of tin tire when a portion of Bin* roo) fell and crushed billie The others were only slightly hurt  I In* fire in the subway WBS 'till burn inn rhursdax Sup was under control It extended into the tunnel Severn 1   iii in l coni pa -  aies has been I>♦ *utin by a committee of tile I egis la :  ti*- May, M- < Mellan < bt > t om pl roller (boa! and .uh* < it\ officials having anything to do with the awarding 01 city lighting contracts ; well as more than mo* officials of tic lighting companias    were    expected    .<>  Im witness*s la tor* the commission, oi which Staff- Sen ti tor Steven" js chairman.  Counsel rap res*'Ut inc th** C'onsoli* dated (las <-ompany in which s**vcral smaller lighting .•> rn pan irs wet« merged. Iiad already announced that d* f>  company xvi!! not !■-.-• < tiorts of the commission in examine tit. company's books and .''"-certain    the    coky. of  producing lite light    sold to    -he    city    ■  Bfflls for lighting    the citv    for    a nor-     s,     l° n    XH     ” ight    th<>    ,in,h,rs    s,u '  tlonoflS.' . in,,! an,O',rn tin-     1     "" r "M    """"'v, ' au ' "  :iy     •»<>     U,, “ r "  $5.OOO,OW. a:,. iii a .vail ii,:; j,ayu,,'n. |    al    In.-,  a previous city administration having j    _______  declared they    were about    $2,000 OOO    too    i    •*, n..*.«    ,  ,4io-,    I    »*iitt**r M (    HS,. Tim un furred.  *  u f  - ,a     ' J- bt ouch i to cont- J* ft**! son Cit X vf< March 31. Ti.  pol the city officials to continue to r* -|    Missouri    aupreim    onrt, in ait    npiti-  fusn to pay the bi! - and the city gov-j    ion by Judge Gantt    ordered    Judge l*V-   ainnt h :     ■'*’     !o  ‘‘'    '    ■    . ■ t<. tran !. r    I    . f    “Md ' But  municipal lighting plant.    p. t/,  r- tMtmi.    *    ie I to i ti** court oi criminal correct  • ions    lur    trial.    Butler    was    indicter!  'Or bl lid ii:.: {’bai b I*' tCclb-y, a wit ne.-I tor I Ii«■ stale against Butler, to leave I the state and no- testify. The sign!ii I came ol this d>- nm is I hat it pro I. j ably means Butler’ safety. Butler will  * i! aux opp,isjt am and t a - es • ■ a VV;. th, I  Vnar.  baler tic- -o ■■. ;. t ,f u bouse tot ti rued    v,    itll    Mi  ■*'-!!'],.,! I lit ’    i    Hew    ii,  article until aftei tis ,»ul gave tin* name of p'ran*  (In- pets** n ho xx, i    - <io mg    th.    *ditottal    |  worl on th. nap.    !    iud    Henry    I.    Rilcx    ;  a Hie tnatiagin* * diior Mr. Na iv abo ■' axe tile na u ic *>l H A, Don over as ti *■ b gislativ* reporter of the newspa?>(>r.  '  N  »■    ^    a I *-n * x. us. I and I i \  Folio **r was allo,J and sworn  tx a1 of Mr.  ms oi th-\ tat wlv* Ion ot ti . cation He  K. ber .-*  MORGAN SMITH CAUGHT.  It rot lirr-iii-l.iiu «,f Nun I’;* 11 *• r-«»n \rr«*vt**)l 'n ( i ll(*i ll nit 11 I ll (I i< teal by N,-u X DI ll (.rHIKl .I HTV.  (’in* iiinati. (> Mardi ll, Morgan  StniDi aud Iii.- wife. who is a sister «•) Miss Nan Patterson, the actress. who is held ut New York on a charge of killing Caesar Young, the book maker, were arrested in ibis city •’■bilith had been summoned to appear a* a vv it ness in tin ca but left New N 'Wk city and state sex* ral months ago  Hood lo Money Paid Pack.  Si Uiui: . Mardi kl. The ftio/tnn fund deiKTsii'd for immb* ra of the city council in a Mississippi Valley Trust company vault, and the $75,000 deposited for members of the house of d' legates in a Lincoln frust coin pa n y vault, which figured in th** boodle tfjipla growing out T>f Suburban railway legislation, have at last been paid back to the Gorman Savings institution.  hundred feet I tom the 16811i street and hud not been found until now  I ii*llet**«l l>v < • rsi im| Jury. ^  N* xx* York. March ill The grand "iry has h;in U*d lovvn indictm**nts #g*Ttn t J. Morgan brniih iii-- wit’ -Julia and Nan Patterson, charging Htem jointly with conspiracy.  I In* arrest of J. Morgan Smith in Cincinnati Thursday followed a search extending over nearly a year. Smith aud his wife disappeared from this city soon after tin* death of Young bo- trial of Nan Pan* i ,>q is-is,at i District Attorney Band told of th. i Hiltless search for the Smiths and aah! he considered their apprehension and appearance in court as witnesses ai HlmciBt vital to the prosecution's cause Mi attempt xx as made to prove at the Mini ihat th** revolver with which doting was shot was purchased by Smith and a woman the day before tho shooting occurred.  . emu ry a lid •Ie impression the ignorant, religious-t i - "I a damna I ion fix un   he intellectual" as he-  •    . I Ktis.sia. ’'bloody wolves  ox\ cts . >t th.* am i-Ch ris t of I In*  • Alto would ‘bstioy holy tem lace sacred bulies in anatomical  1  uns aud wean the |ieop1e from t’ if ham* 1  of *ntering tie* kingdom ' I l*a\» n."  M < >u*T**shkovski ;N famous Bus - un nit hor. dtH'lar**s that to rail on  *- tail h I u I to fig In v\ it h the cross  ! * ‘ the iast drop *>t tlu ir blood for j the salxation of Russia as the home of  1 1  fist and to .ti! oft the rotten branch ,     :     ne sh* i t oi a tocsin for a r**  ohs uprising an appeal to the ni« si tan 11 b ul and ; lie most un I “ont re lab!** of human missions.   1  be ’it" on. tarted, * lie says wo lid (>ro*im e a world <>1 historic con- i Iag rat ions wbieb muther the govern- j mein nor th** inteilct'tua] can stop." j In effect lo* affirms that Antonio"' j  a<  bl fess was an app* a1 to the peasants to tear oht from Russia all fStiropean ; cult ti I' * * and put th*- country back to the "tate in xvbb Ii i- was in the middle ' ages im! Dom that standpoint it was I more radical than th* doctrines of the  1  most radical revolutionaries  rhem**i ropolitan An ton ills issnied his rem.trival*!e pastoral address March 20, J arraigning Til** Russia of tonlay for I vanity frixolitv dissipation and impi- *  P! > 'he just punishment of which he I said xx.!-. tj|,» f|) t , humiliation of the ; nm i. rn.  % entitling 1  to I h«'ir Biinritiicr.  M.«ghil< v Bu""iu Mar* h bl. Pro.  Lunation hav * b. en stattered h**r.‘  ! call im *>n Hi*- peoph* *.,> supjHirt lls.*  1  war in ut tier to e • ai e a s*h oml Mongi> lian yoke. the .lapan. e being described u Au <■ t ba n ti se ..r’i t - >>1 Iggyp' 1; . added that once they establish them *' ’ v * * s in Asia th* will not only pus  - Manchuria uni Korea but xviii "warm over and driv. out the Uns-iars from Sib* i ia  I loin*-t-ekfr-' iron U rMlvpil.  Winnipeg. Mat. t d The third se* -  tion ut the hon; *-t bors* i xeursion. xviii. Ii lei f ft iron to a"! Tuestlay with I bout «i'»" settlers for the northwest on board, was din h« d at Dryden, so mile cm l ot Bat portage A wrecking , s-exx and doctor .ave leu Bat portage for the seen* 1  of th* vv ta* k The latest report says that none of th** passel!  "et w a seriously in tared  • I il> lin s). I I,inking Slnlii|{litil.  Pet* r-but:    Mar* h bf A r.Jc  rain tram Sitja.s.i Man*-hut*ia. under I it ti -day s date. say s ' l ite Chinos*; t epot-i that a Japanese column which is probably earryiny »>ui a flanking move mon i has I ieee e t *j (  27 miles north eau of Sipmghai * 71 miles north of lie pass* Sn*.vv has fallen heavily here  Itrucit I' 111 -1 m rt; INI urdrr.  Pittsburg. Pa March .lf Michael Nova* hkovi* b. .an Austrian laborer. was intl!dei'*d at Iii" home while lm lay sleeping in lied early Thursday. by his w ite Annie The i rim** was a brutal one. th*' woman using a lait* lief. It was discovered att hour lat* et -  !»x a f>*»arder, xvho notified tit*' t>o-lier*.  II *. i XI ..I., mu |  0 „t | ort  Mil"ani • *, \\ is . Mar* »> bl. New has b 'en received her** of th* death it Ll Paso, lex., u Jam* F. Manlncr. wide!' ttown as a mininpro.'pect.or and pi ohio: cr of gigantic cub t (irises  I b's t American Prim-I* I* I toniest ie, ll    ti-  Langtry < * an va-, * t    *•  I armer Al linnet* Domestic"; *• I* <‘acb* >I Lot)"dale Domestic    *,     e   ( ot ton < dieclxs     t     iq  A ue>"k»*ai; Apron t It*'* iv- * *• De ‘iii,iughains    .     t   Men - th ret** of Worsted  it  mac,  am  fest Ilk tif *  ni"Ji un  made o re. fron  SilKs.  We have d-t received a rn* \  • it of Silks for Shirt waist Suits.  I am y >1 ripes in very desirable shades, per pattern SP.no New styles in good quality, iu red. blue, green and brown. per pattern    .    Sio.oo  Changeable Taffetas in hair stripes and pin checks, per pattern    $11.75   :i ' inch I'affeta. new designs iii the latest colors, pupation!    i    ;    ',<>  ors-. Th surpassed* frc .Aien’s t wo-pie Worsted and SIO to  Suits made to .-der. Fit." guaranteed by maker.  Correct sty'es ir ;  Men's Hat-, from Si.25 to    ST.So  AA lien you need :* linen eol-■ a r ca Ii and se** ow r big ii ne of • I nett Pea boily*." hi; nd. thee are the best.  A complete line of Youth's and Boys < dulling* ii ail the new weave- and co ’or", from Si .50 to    sh ti,i  AAV handle men s Ait Amel* ican and Ilanan Shoes.  AA** carry th** only conpletr . ti** o f  Men " Neckw car in Ada  I  Yours to Serve.  E. V. ROTACH <a co     chih    1/flfin  THE T *tL0B, FOR UP-TO-DATE j (UUU, CLOTHIRG, REXI IO POSTOFFICE. I            fj==Q«===-=-    -     ll  C  I!  +  ■f  |i ni  PAUL W. ALLEN.  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Hoarded by Hay or \V»*ek. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best of s«  :  vu*  Alien Livery Barn  South Townsend Avo..  ’hone iv*  The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sell;  Our S!io.-- for Women. Tin • lesion,>r's tou.-li and th.' shot. maker $ touch, loiixd ycir feet and iK>cketbook lighter. They an* especially strong in modern style* and travel in the Le-t society  CHAPM AN  Model BaRery  • •••  K very tiling L r «n>d to eat always on band at the Model Bakery. Bread. Cakes. Lies. Cookie*.  (’audios, Lto. See him opposite the postoffice  J. A. ISLINClRP. Pron PHONE 124.  •>  c  now fie tried only for a misdemeanor, and even if convicted can gel off with p light flue *>r possibly a small jail sentence. If tried for felony, conviction would mean state prison.  Mr AA ar Bier wa during Ids life t i f < >ri anes  iti *•( * .>nii i*' man ut  e bad made and lit  lt*i«*«Ili' TrlitI I’oHtponi'U.  Troy. Mo. March ::i Th.* trial of I'dward Allbright on a charge of bribery in connection xvitfi the Suburban railway deal in St. Louis, which was to have been begun Wednesday was continued in the circuit court until July IO.  HOPE. Preside *.    INO    L.    BARRINGER.    Vice    President  J JANK I (MIES. Cashier.    ORVILLE SNEAD.    A    st Cashier  A apitfc! ^tox'k, -    .......$5tbu*HMH  I u t x td*»d Profits,    ,    .    .    .    .    20,2'hbtu  Blanks Furnished and    Remittances    Made    to the Govern  meat on Town Lots.  AHA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK.  rn  rn   

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