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DAILY EXAMINER
J W DOWtfS Editor and Proprietor
WEDNESDAY JUNE 17
We are glad to pnter upon our ex
ehango Hat thoso Bterlinr papers the
Tyler Demoorat and Jefferson Daily
Democrat
The Slate Guette works at tbe
Telegraph with bh evident gusto and
demolishes it with a graco equal to
an executioner of long standing and
well established skill
The Telegraph ot yesterday pub
lishes Governor Cokes message en
horting thepeaco officers of the Stato
to greater vigilance in the detection
and punishment of crime Wo will
publish the message cntiro tosmon
row and will rescrvo our comments
until then
We were glad to peo and read the
able leader in the Telegraph yester
day on the Higher Manhood doctrino
of the Grange We will endeavor to
find space for the article at an early
day every sentiment of which will
touch a responsive chord in the breast
of true manhood If the Telegraphs
politics were only of this manish
kind how gladly would wo second
them
Poor Galveston does seem to liavo
an lmmcLso deal oi trouble with her
pitiful and dearly bought harbor apv
propriation They want now those
appropriatien tinkers at Washington
to reduce the paltry sum to fifty
thousand IIow much did the
entertainment of the Congressional
excursion cost tho city Nearly this
amount not to say anything of the
headaches at tho time and tho heart
aches since
The Statesman goes back on his
declaration for Grant iatbis way
Tho ExAiuxxn is again at fault
misses the whole subject and letB his
imagination or something else lead
him into a miserable bluuder Tho
Statesman has never Baid that tho
Southern Democracy would bo
driven to the support of Grant Is
the hxAMiNEBso obtuse that it cant
dee that tbe article was purely specu
lative 1 Only spoke ot what might
take place even against our will
it that paper cant sea it then we
can assure him that such is tho fact
Our oblupeness wo have the satis
faction of knowing is Bhared by the
press of the State including the big
brother of tbe Statesman the Nows
Purely speculative of course it
was It was speculating to see how
much of that a third term material
there was iu the State and bow far
its advocacy could bo carried by the
Statesman with safety This is tit
paptrttal attacks aDcmocraic Gotv
ernor of Texas With Grant ot tho
ma > thead the Statesman will be lis
tened to by the Republicans posBi
bly but by no sort of chance can ho
ever get the ear of respectable Demo
crats again Some political mistakes
are in time lived down but this is
one that would exhaust eternity and
atill leave the work unfinished
Thu News has at last waked up to
the alKabsorbing topic tho Tele
graphs Democracy though it ham
men away at the question in terms
w vague as it is possible to con
struct In its article Discrediting
Stato Rights of the 14th however
it has one clearly expressed idea but
tbe idea has no resemblance whatever
tearing upon what ono would natur
ally consider as belonging to an ar
ticle with such a caption but it is a
low baBO fling at a man and an ad
ministration thai it cau never like
7
nor understand Speakiug of tho
people who have lately taken the law
into their own hands for tho punish
ment of criino in this State and
falsely concluding thera to bo the
essouco of the Stater KIghta element
in our population the News goes on
to say
They seem anxious to make the
world belicvo that civil government
as now constituted is aiailure and
unfortunately our highest State func
tionaries are apparently in no haute
to demonstrate tho contrary
Must tho News needs bo told again
that charging crime and lawlessness
upon tho State administration or the
highest Slate functionaries is but
the merest demagogery imaginable
In no hasto to demonstrate the con
trary How demonstrate mean
you Go out in proper person thief
taking This under the present law
which be is sworn to uphold and en
force is about all Gov Coke could
do Tho blindness of tho News hate
has certainly destroyed its judgment
fv
THE DlNAlVOINTJtvJ 1IOTIY ABD
TUB UOVUUXOll
Tho Statesman of tho 13tb had its
small battery in position and opened
on Gov Coke This timo it Ih Ins
Waco speccn as reported iu this pa
per which has stirred to its pro
fotmdcst depths this Btnall lake of
political and journalistic shallowness
It like its bosom friend the indepen
dent impersonal and unprincipled
News reads us a lecture upon Cokes
taste or rather his want of it Wo
glory in tho fact that his tasto is dis
tasteful to both theso papers and tbe
State may well congratulato itself
that such is tho case It matters lit
tlo it Cokos Waio printing talk wis
tho first or tho oucihundrodth talk
on tho Bubjcot As to tho dignity of
tho Btatemont of tho Printing Board
tho people of the Stato will persist in
believing that it was called forth by
tho unfairest the most uncalled for
and at tho same timo undignified at
tack over made by a merconary press
upon an honest able and fearless
publio officer Tho Statesman ar
raigns tho statement of tho Governor
thot tho present rate for tho publio
printing is a clear gain to tho State
of over fiftyfive thousand dollars
and cites what he received for only a
partial compliance with bis contract
as a refutation ot the accusation Up
to tho twentyseventh day of the
session of the Fourteenth Legisla
ture ho only recovered fiftyseven
thousand dollars a largo part ol
which went t pay for tho Dail >
Statesman or wTiat did he or what is
he or what was ho to roceiyo for
other work Or docs ho take into
tho calculation tho amount paid to
tho Galveston News as its sharo ol
the job If ho only realized
fifty cents on the k dollar
ho has still been paid moro than the
ontiro work under uthe present ar
rangement will cost for tlio whole
year Whose fault is it that the war
rants were tearfully depreciated
Clearly not Governor Cokes
In this bill of indictment wo arc
considering tho Governor doesnt
express iudigualion just exactly as
tho Statesman thinks ho should Wc
respectfully suggest that his Ex
cellency employ the proprietors ol
tho Statesman to give a rehertal ol
their little perlorniauco when it first
broke upon them that the printing
job with all its faults shortcomings
depreciated currency and other draw
backs was lost loruver to them We
do not undertake to say that it will
be an improvement but perhaps it
will suit tbe Statesman heller and
that IB all the significance it has The
result of the disappointmenta tho
sequel to it proves that Cokos idea
of broadsides impending were like
most of his conclusions right and so
nearly perfect as to rank with the
shrewdest gunses of the prophets ef
oldThe
The remainder of tho article in
question is a string of weak spiteful
assertions derogatory to Governor
Coke and ot such small and trans
parent uicanness as to bo altogether
unworthy of notice except in a
general way and in general disgust
The Statesman parades its mildness
and forbearance as tho very summit
of tho suffer and bo strong doc
trine which totally fails to convince
one of its candor good sense er
taBte
Tho Governor is right when
ho asserts that every ono iu
tho Stato is satisfied except two or
three defeated aspirants Wiio else
pray is smothering internal fires of
hate which aro to break out when
tho Statesman gives permission and
consume tho Governor in his
gubernatorial charaoter as well
as tiiat of tbo presiding cfliccr
of the Printing Board What other
wounds are there to be opened what
painful memories oxist except in the
breasts ol tho Statesman and the
Nows Who else regrets that the
Priuting Board have been ablo to
effect an arrangement by which fifty
five thousand dollars are to bo saved
to the peoplo in this matter The
country press and the country peoplo
did elect him they aro Bauding in
solid masses at his back today and
this cruet Hi tlo warfare by theso
cruel lit tlo stock jobbers theso im
personal editorial adverti < ors and
printing jobbers has not blauched a
Binglo clieek in thosd ranks No one
is scared and no ono is hurt except
in pocket and they only the ghouls
who failed to make out of the last
contract for the publio printing nil
tbe money they wanted Theso crib
men die hard but die they must and
all tho trouble we will bo at in tho
futuro with regard to them will bo to
write them political social and biuh
ucaj obituaries
M MJjp jPBfci
BY TELEGRAPH
SiKciai to the Waco Examinkii
Maduid Juno 10 Humors of tlio
evacuation of Kstclla by the Curlists ure
not confirmed Gen Concha Is prepar
ing to attack tlio town immediately at
three different poluts
Wasiiii ton 1 c June 10 The
Senate pasted tho llouso bill to authorbo
tho Secretary of the Treasury to suspend
work on public buildings
In the Arkansas contested election
case Wilt Sliirc the sotting member
was unseated and Gunter enorn Iu and
the committee discharged from tho con
sideration of the caso of Urandlcy against
Ifyncs
Tho llouso passed a bill making bigs
amy and polygamy grounds of lucligis
blUty in case of Territorial delegates
Tho Judiciary Committco ut their
meeting this morning took no action on
tho case of Bus teed or that of Durcll
Judge Story bus resigned
Lonbon Juno 10 ft Times special
dispatch from Paris contains the follow
ing particulars of the proceedings iu tliu
Assembly iu addition to lost nights
report
M Laniboirt do Saint Croix
supported by all tho members ol
the lllght Center submitted a bill
that JlcJUlipns powers bo continued
with the titlo of tho Republic that a sec
ond Chamber bo organized that the
right to dissolve both Chambers Do con
ferred on McMahon and that his sue
ccssor bo appointed by the two Chambers
in convention This bill was referred to
a committee of thirty together with that
of the Left Center
Tho limes correspondent adds that
the exact result of tli < sitting is that the
committee of thirty now in the Houh
liavu received an imperative mandaii
forcing them to promptly organize vtilhs
out proclaiming tlio Republic er their
constituents will iKclarc a definitive Itcs
public under tho Presidency of JIcMn >
lion It is probable that a commission
wilt ratify tho decision otherwise tho
majority hitherto with tlio government
will shift to tho heft which iu all proba
bility would cause McMahon to resign
MAltKCT IIEIOUT
Livniiroor Juno 10 Nook Cotton
dull and easier Uplands81 d Orleans
888Jd
Nkw Ymik Jumo 10 Cotton weak
Uplandslic Orleans 181c Gold 1111
Uiivkston Juuc Hi Cotton market
easy Good Ordinary lfljc Middling
17Sc Gold 111
LATEST BY MAIL
LoXDOv June ID Tho Paris correspond
ent el the Tonus telegraphs that tho voun in
the Assembly lor and a uiusi tho Left Jtnlie
and Coiisuuiiliiiul bill will bo about equal in
number > iU or sixty members of tlio ltlghl
Ceutro are undecided II the rumor thai
these deputies will abstain lrum voting la
true the Lelt l entre will probably bu suc
cessful
The proposod bill has three articles Thu
rlrst provides that the government shall con
sist of a Senate and a Chamber of Represen
tatives and President of the Republic the
second courlrms Marshal McMauons Presi
dency until 18b0 the third provides lor u
partial or total revision of the constitution
and such constitutional bill as may bo here
after submitted
Rumors that tho Khodivo ot Egypt was
making extensive additions to Ids miliary
establishment are prouounced as unbounded
The Post say s that the Publio Worship
Regulation bill now before Pnrlinmiut
which is Intended to restrain Ritualists
threatens to lead to a coalition of the High
Church Clergy and the Lioerals which may
result la an attcuiDl to replaco tho pretcut
member for the Oxford Uiiversity with Mr
OladstONO and Iilht Ilonorablo Montague
Bernard Qladslono heads tho opposition
Paius June 10 The Constitutional bill
prepared by tho Left Centre will bo intro
duced In tho Assembly tomorrow and
urgency will be demanded for it Whether
an alliance has been effected betwoeu the
Loft and Right Ceutres cannot be known
until the bill reaches a vote The Moderate
Lett will support the motion for urgency not
withstanding Its antipathy to the recognition
of tho Assemblys constituent power because
It deslroa to secure some defense for the Re
public against Bonaparllsts
The groat international raco for tho grand
prize of Paris was run today and won by
tlw English colt Trent Tho French filly
Satarello was second the English colt Toma
hawk third aud French colt Bienville fourth
Fourteen startod
Tho constitutional bill prepared by tho
Left Centra was introduced in the Assembly
today und a veto of urgoney was carried by
315 against 341
Anxioty in regard to tlio result ol tomor
rowa sitting ol the Assimbly porvados all
clasics Clcmenceau lus challenged De Cas
sairruc for Insinuating that lie was a coward
and had acted dishonorably and ho proryses
a duel between ten Republicans aud ten of
the Bonaparllst deputies
Casseguat replies contemptiously that ho
will light nobody but iambetla and that
Bonaparllst Deputies cannot accept a chal
lenge
1ho Government has taken vigilant steps
for auppresihig both Bunipurtiat and Radical
agitations iu iho Uirracka
The police have closed cafe Doloprra end
Boulevard Iloussmanu because it was a lei
deavous for Bonaparllsts
WASiuxoToy Juno IS Congressmen Dar
r llbnyder and Iaytogethcr with Saudlgo of
Now Orleans and Crowell of Boston were
boforo the Bcmato ApDropriatian Committee
to da urging fuvorablo notion on the Uouao
Bll uppropriatin100000e for the relief of
tneaulTerorsof tho MUslnatppI rlvor Inunda
tion Tho Committee unanimously agreed lu
report back and recommend the passage of
tho bill
HUOKl Of ACItLAUK AMI CONDITION Or COT
TOX CHOIS IN TUB HOUllIBUM STATES
The etatlclau of tuo Department ol Agricul
ture gives this report ol thu acr ago iu cotton
based on roturns fiom most of the cotton
countries and on personal observation In six
cotton States as follows tho comparison being
with tbo acreage or 1613 Ylrgiala 80
North Carolina 69 South Carolina 91 j
Georgia 10 Florida 91 Alabama 80 Ar
kansas 89 Tennessee 92 Mississippi 88
Louisiana 80 Texas 102 Missouri IS The
aggregate reduction slightly exceeds ten per
cent
Tho condition of tlio crop Is represented by
the following llgures 1C0 bciug normal cr
fair condition
North Carolina 89 South Carolina 81
Georgia 0U Florida 90 Alabama 82 Mis
sissippi li Louisiana 70 Texas SO Arkan
sas 90 Tennessee 85 Tho season lias been
remarkable lor Irniuout and heavy rains dur
ing tho month ol April thrugkcut the cotton
States
In Bomo sections the aggregate rainfall re
ported exceeds sixteen Inchon Ill rivers
reeks and spring branches overflowed tlion
banks and destroyed planting or prevculeo
tho germination of newly planted lands lu
the moro southern bolt replanting was gen
eral both on bottoms aud uplands From the
drst week in May to its close dought was
almost universal The coll was packed and
afterwards bakod by the hot sun retarding
cultivation and provontlng growth
Tho stand la therefore vory poor many
plants not having mado their appearance on
the llrst ol June Slnco the Inst of May
light shower liavt been general and pros
pacts aro much improved Tho Uelda u c
mien cleanor than at this date last year and
oau eaaiiy be kept Ireo Irum weeds With
lavorablo weaftier rapid improvement is cer
tain and a lair comparison with July is quite
probii li at the next report
rtv Ai > YiKTiMiiivr
MOTICK
SlirItlKFS OFFICE
Waco McLean County Texas
JONk lo >
> ENT FOll SALE
TK
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ISM I
Notice Is hereby kI en that tiudcr tite provisions
of an atl entltlul AU All to Uuiouragu Mtocl
lUisiui bud for Uiu lruitctlwu of cnuL iialetrs
aud iit viitueuf my oulce as bbcrltl of McLinnmi
lounty 1 am rzcJMe lusp ctor of Hides aud
Auiuials for the said utuuly and all partus cou
cerbid aielitlehy notified to comply ulih thu pin
visions of said Uv lu relation to inspetllou or sut
ler thu i iialty piesinbed L b UUb3
acrill aud tivjticto lutpih tor of flldte and Anltuals
lunclruHlvt
EXAMlMNll BUAltD
MEDICAL
FUK McLhNNAX COUNTY
Tbe Medical Board fur McLennan county will
meit In thu ilty oi Waco uu Aluuday July bih
isI In the uuito uf U clurs ilrimu x While
Iliuu nqultlUK ctrtlllcalis lrum this iluard will
Iskudueiiotiiu thireur aialuuvirn theuisihesai
conllajj 11 W UnOaVtt il U
It vt 1AIlK X 1iesldent
accrciary Juneluntjul b
A Slltiirtiil Duck Tint with ijclm for talent i
Imr aui Ji > > ly at tbl uiiicu Juuwltiitutf
pKlMU POSTS FOK SALE
Ol All Sort niui Sizes
Cobneu of Austin axo Eievjtu Stiieets
Apply to WM L PIIATUKK
janeisdlm
C B BUTTON
OAIUEXTER AKV GOXTIUGTOU
And Dealer In
loorsSls7i and Window MtUudx
Next to PosiornoE Focitra Steet
WACO TKXAS
janeltdAwly
QUltUENUY
From and alter the FinaT DAYOP JIUIL 1871
tbe undersigned will adopt tholCurrccej basU lu
our busiuiss
K1NOSUUIIY
East Waco JirchSS 1874
Law
Stale
Cm
PItAZlKIt
VJm
STREET BARBER SHOP
BRIDGE
Next door to Heatherly Hotel Bridge St
W 11 UUFFiX IBOlMUETOK
Polite attention elegaut act omtuodations
and terms moderate iuav8dtf
J E FOSTER
OLDEST REAL ESTATE AGENT
In Jioiibloii Jtxwi
s forslie Inncany every county In the
TION
THK flTATK OF TKXMS
AIcLxnman Countt
JtiruDwSmdlt
P Moore H alt
AJ llmw t nl
To 0 Shtrljf of JfcUnruM County Gritting
Yon aro liereVy conmaniUd that vra mm man by
imblication A si Jllno nud a MtdfurJ boc
rcflldeucv i unknown to bu and appear befoiu lliu
District Ccuit to lie lioldcu in ai > d lor the county
at McLennitn at the court Honwj lu tbtt tfty ui
Waco uti tlio elithth Monday alWTtie con TTlfoii
day In Jane A 1 > 1 M then audttera to ani > wr
tho petition of tiUMuor acd C M Dunham hJtd
In faid court ac tnpt ttie tald IltiieB nd Mcuford
andalleuin lu tubrttiicuafullfwc to wit Tint
Mid lilnes and Jitilfoid dte dantf unuiv txe
a ted and dtllrercd their cert a I u pfomlrioiy note
lor three hundred and fourtctn dollar to Itohert K
Mltrhtllat Waco le aa the con Idtratlonfor
ono handrcd ant ftftjfivcurtrmof laudpyt of the
CorloiO Cumpo rant In A c Leo nan county and
thut Mltchtll trai ifcrrec by enQorvemint Jld
l nte to tbe jtlalnttiTit ane they now i ray Jadfinent
on ald note and the foreclosure ot the vcuduri
lirii retained In tald note
t let flit fall notbu buve yen then and them before
raid court this writ our return tlnTcoiithovviiig
bow ou have executed tbeitu nc r
W tiitfBD Jt UurUyt Cleik of the Dlitrlct
Ccurt VIcUi uiu county
Jinn under my band and real of find
l court In the tfiy of Waco lbl I he luh
i kkal > da > of June 14
v DILOUHLKY
Ctk DI t Court McL Co
It ClIABK UE1TTV DfrJllt
T IVKltY FEED AND SALB ETA11LK
Mr John W Howlottmioumes
to his friends and thu publio generally that
he has bought the LIVKRY ESTABLISH
MENT of Livingston Brothers in this city id
the Alloy In tho rear of Flint GhamberluVs
Bank whero he la at all times ready to iui
tush on short notice fine saddle horses sis
gle aud double buggies hacks eto Will i
tend to the purchase and salo of all kluds o
took Will feed and care for horses by tin
week day or uonth on reasonable terms
Good hostlers and courteous attendants al
ays on hand
Terms moderate In CASH febSdiw
JjVSTKAYED
In October ISM from W P Sparks sight miles
below Waco a bajr mare mid colt the colt not
branded and tee maro U branded on thu lett shoul
der thus ° f ° j on lelt hip thus 00 U a
star lu tho face and tlio left hind foot ntto Anj
Information wll bo will lewarucU Address W P
SlAltlts Waco In care of W W Downs
vv
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ACO 1H0N AND BltASS FOUNDRY
Machine Shop Manufatory
ov
AOH10ULTUIIAL IMPLEMENTS
O CANUTrSOX Proprietor
WACO TEXAS
Connected with tbe above the understated have
formed a copartnership fur the mtnufacturo of tbe
SOOTS BLACK LAND PLOW
Warranted to Rive satisfaction and we defy compe
tition at to qualltjr of material and tlielr construe
ilon as well as In tbelr perform nice
o arc prepared to furnish limited
only a nmber
of theso Plows and hero ber that orders be status
In advance of the season We bid tor
DIRECT DEALS WITH THU PATItOSS OP
llUSllANDItV
maylj Cm CANUTE80N A SCOTT
1YW3 FOlt SALE
UO Poanrls thls > Nonpareil
100 Pounds this Brevier
500 loumls thin Long Primer
All my good type lor use enahandprtss It Is
nflerrd at greatly reduscd rrlces to make way for a
unlfurm size to be ucd en this papir
Address THE IltOIItlETOIt
dAwtf
a
W HENSON
WIIOLFSAIG ANn SEITIb pFALFn
PRY GOODS
BOOTS SHOES
HATS
El JlfintlT tAST WACO
MnySODAWly
ET
r U iJKNEKIEIi
Market Sfjuavet Joitstont Ttxaa
Will receive conjliumtntu of
COUNTRY PRODUCE
of alUJrts from tho Orinjcrt < In the Interior that
may be pent him under contract throutrb the Texaa
Kxret > i > Corouauy or others Uv
JuniUWfim
R
AILIIOAI NOTICE
A meeting of the Directors of the Texas Midland
OtilfandXew Orleans ltalluay Comuauy Is hsreby
called to be luld at the ulUce urisrlor t In
land Waco Texas on tho
Gill Diiyof July 1871
forthepnrposoof or2anlzmcniidertho charter of
said company and th < i transaction of sach other
huslaess as may couie beforo them
KKLfcUN I1BAIL
V A TAYLUIt
1 C COITUN
1 N e > vmi
1 > T ClIAMIirHUN
J II KOIIKKTSUN
J W DOWNS
InneSwltadltvetw Directors
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7ATHHN4KKKD
Third Stroot between FranVlin and Mary
MANUPACTUnEItS or
LIGHT UAltKIAOlM llUClllKS SIlllNO AM
llOAD WAOONS
RKIAIHINO BONE ON 8UOKT NOTJCB
All work warranted Have on hand
THE CELKBIIATKD SCHWKBEL WAOON
Sold Llitlcr rull Gtiaraiitce
marlSDiWlT
Ivliller < IDowell
A ttornovsatLa w
And Laud Agents
Austin Texas
TracUco In all tbe courts at Austin Spe
cial attention trivca t tho Supremo and Fede
ral court practice Do gteneral businoaa in
the Land Offic Buy soil aud locato land
certificate Examlno aud porfect land
laim and obtain patents to land Co lie c
clalmB aud do a roncral agency and com mis
ion businos fo2Iwtf
It U UOVNE11 J K IIONNSU W U TBEK
E
M I10NNKK ACO
EI5I STKET HAST WACO
wttthoold standof Kstes Ilandlcmau Maytum
Ulioleaulo and Rclitll Crortw
1ST Highest market price paid for
702 TON
vJiwti
N
OTICE
WOOL AND niDHS
Atl per ont are hereby forbidden to take np
trale or In any way have anything to do with any
cattle brand J I aud J C mark crop aud hole
and hole ppllt out In each ear Ahto thnie brand
tlJUai > d mantut fwallovfork under bit In the
rl ht car and fpIU and unoarblt in tbe left Any
one oalnj In acywaythe ahove dercrlbsd rtock
without wntler Hrmulon frm tbe onderaigntd
Mill bepuuifrhed lu tho full extent of the law
JOaKWlUSCAViTT
w of JtotxrtpnnCoucty
III CAUF1BU
antWl C3
r f lit Lena an Couniy
Rally One and All
TO THE
F to3ce House
R G MAJORS
Where voti will fiud a complete Stock of
SPUING GOODSv
1IOVT ASK TOK CUIIHT
BUT YOU CAN DIJY Ills
Cheapest and Best Ccofis
For CASH you ever sawln tbe Mail i
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l IIIIAI > iiil llIA r ITOIaS
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I have a complete vtock
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And tho cheapest ever In Ihr arket
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bill yon m L y
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Last Year and Yoais Past
If you have any conKii nrr aim u hope ol a
happy futiiu
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