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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('An Angry Widow Sues: The Colton Letters Before his death in October 1878, David D. Colton served as the Southern Pacific’s Sacramento lobbyist. Contemporary press accounts referred to him as the fifth member of the “Big Five” or the “Half” of the “Big Four and a Half.” His specialty was buying off politicians in the state capital to secure needed votes on measures affecting the Southern Pacific.&nbsp;Colton’s counterpart in Washington, D. C., was Collis P. Huntington, the shrewdest of the&nbsp;Associates and the most detested among them by contemporaries.\n \nIn the stormy aftermath of Colton’s death in his late seventies, his widow received slightly more than half a million dollars from the railroad in settlement of her husband’s stock&nbsp;shares. Trouble began brewing when she learned that Mark Hopkins, who had died earlier&nbsp;that same year, had amassed a much more valuable Southern Pacific stock portfolio than&nbsp;her husband even though both men had possessed comparable shares. ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('An Angry Widow Sues: The Colton Letters Before his death in October 1878, David D. Colton served as the Southern Pacific’s Sacramento lobbyist. Contemporary press accounts referred to him as the fifth member of the “Big Five” or the “Half” of the “Big Four and a Half.” His specialty was buying off politicians in the state capital to secure needed votes on measures affecting the Southern Pacific.&nbsp;Colton’s counterpart in Washington, D. C., was Collis P. Huntington, the shrewdest of the&nbsp;Associates and the most detested among them by contemporaries.\n \nIn the stormy aftermath of Colton’s death in his late seventies, his widow received slightly more than half a million dollars from the railroad in settlement of her husband’s stock&nbsp;shares. Trouble began brewing when she learned that Mark Hopkins, who had died earlier&nbsp;that same year, had amassed a much more valuable Southern Pacific stock portfolio than&nbsp;her husband even though both men had possessed comparable shares. ') AND id != 56170 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-09-19 10:40:55' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5