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however, to leave the gum intact on the back.

I hope you will not have any trouble in getting the stuff out of Mexico, but I will imagine it will not be as hard as you think for, on account of the pull that you have.

Day before yesterday Hyde brought over Mr. Keppler, and we lunched together. He is extremely interesting and certainly is most serious on the practical side of the Indian question. Next week the Seneca Indians, of whom he is chief, give a death feast in the anniversary of Mrs. Converse's death, and he is very anxious for me to attend it with him. The ceremony is secret, and he and I would be the only white men there. If I can possibly arrange it, I am going with him, for I am sure that 

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