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uffielol rperil inoOUy and Connty
.UIINILOUKULY. Kdlloi d lMbllhr
teiimm orTHR D.VIL.Y ltULLKTIM
On wtak, by turrltr 9 K
On Ju by oiwrler, In ilvuce 10 00
One you by urricr II noV p'ild In
1toc 'i5 00
riitM'aaMkthi 8 00
Btx mottha K
One ytar 10 00
TKKMSOr WttKLT HULLKTIX.
one Year $1 00
Six Montbi 70
Three Months 60
Invariably In advance.
Bvodlag mutter on errry pnc.
Maim: has licr WoBuburnc nnd
lio will bo a candidalo Tor United
States senator to succeed Ilnmliu.
Bouton of the Joucsboro 'Gazelle,'
who has been mentioned sovcral times as
probable candidate for rcprcscntatiye,
mounccs mat no win uc a uunuiua.u
for no office this fall.
The Fourth of July will be cxtcn.
slvoly celebrated this year. An old
fashioned patriotism has been awaken
ed, probably ovtine; to tbo near ap
proach of the centennial, and thero will
accordingly be more bou Ores, more
Bky rockets, more spread eagle oratory,
moro dust, more pics, cakes, ico-crcani,
etc., etc., that the Fourth of July lias
developed for a loi)uj time.
Tin: press without distinction ol
party, has but one voico ou tho subjcot
oftho Carpcnter-Conkling gag-law
that it is a crafty and n dangerous
measure and that its enactment into n
law would do more to destroy frto gov.
eminent in this country than anything
that has preceded it since tho Inaugu
ration of radjeal pouor.
Umon County elects a sheriff this
fall, and J tho 'Gazette' insists ou the
choico of an honest man. "If a man
who cannot do a Hum in simplo addition,
is elected to collect taxes, tho busi
ness will not be conducted properly."
The 'Gazette' is right. To know nil
about figures is a necessary accom
plishment for a sheriff.
The woman's temperance leagues oi
Ohio held a state convention in Spring
field in that state on tho t-eventccnth
iust. The object of tho convention
,W)LtO. EerfliCt-tllA.nriani3aliiiii-"f 'J"
fectivo opposition to tho license clause
in the new constitution nnd tho adop
tion of tho no-liconso clause Tho
election, on tho adoption of tlio now
constitution will tako place on theoigh
teenth of August.
AN eastern exchange tells of n Pcnn.
ylvania girl who cleared three huu
dred and thirty dollars last year, by
raising and felling poultry, and who ex
pects to increase her operations and her
profits this year, and adds by way of
comment, "such efforts as these on the
part of our ladies aro creditable in tho
highest degree and oro worthy of gcuer-
ai emulation. J hat papor evidently
docs npt appreciate tho soaring ambi
tion of the Stantons and the Anthonys
and the Livcrmores of the age. Could
such as they confine their Uod-given
abilities to the barn yard occupation of
raising chickens? Never.
Till! republicans of Illinois in their
late convention did what thoy could to
whip b all tho available voting mater
ial in the atato. They tried to plcao
both financial wings of tho party they
endorsed tho civil rights bill far enough
to keen tho colnrntl Mnmnnt ..it
" w wv M . U 1 1
right, and they adopted a resolution
on the liquor question which they hop
ed would please Hcsiug und the Gcr
mans. Hut when it came to voting
for a woman for tho position of state
upriutmdont of public instruction,
they ignored the claims of tho lady
candidates, which in ono instance ut
leaat, for ability and fitness, equaled if
they did not excel thoso of the main
candidates; thoy treated the same lady,
Miss Frances Willard, with absolute uu
fairness and meanness, withdrawing her
namo when she had more voles than
any of hor competitors, nolcly for tho
reuon that 1io would in all probabil.
ity have becu nomiuatod if they had
not withdrawn it. Mm Ming Wilarij
cannot vote, neither can .Miss Willard'n
nx; if they could, tho republicans of
Illinois would not have treated her uh
they did. It is not their way to throw
away votes in such a reckless fashion,
To uk a Kentuokian is to bo a
graatinan in Kentucky, and to recog
nise this fact, is to ontitlo the man
who does so to a largo amount of
Tespect from the Kentuokians. The
louhryillo Courier-Journal ' which
used to regard Gen. Grant as a lump of
luoky stupidity, has latterly, particular
ly siooe to tho annointment of Hriufnw
as eccrotnry of tho treasury, begun to
bclicvo thero is something in him. Dis
cussing third term possibilities, tho
Courier-Journal ' says :
Oou. Grant understands this very
well j and ho has, in tho person of tho
now sccrotary of tlic treasury, tho clearest-headed
nnd boldest politician in tho
national capital to liacK nun un in n.
Bristow may not indeed look directly
to ho ducal coronet of llcargrass , be
sides, when tho timo comes, thero will
1)0 anothor French gentleman (modcity
forbids specification ! ) to contest his
passage over tho classic stream ; but ho
is well equipped lor enterprises of an
advanced and original description.
Uadinago apart, the president's prefer
ence for tho nstuto and courageous
Kcntuckian has nil nloug had the sig
nificance of moaning ' business." The
now sccrotary will disappoint tho ap
prehensions of those who estimated his
unfitness by his incxpcricnco ; for he
will niako his mark in tho treasury.
llt.l n .!!! nLn miL'.t lila timrL mi tltn
progress of political organization nt
Washington, being, in every manly
sense, the peer of tlio foremost of his
partisan colleagues in cither house of
congress. Tho president could have
shown in nothing u more sagacious nnd
TIIK UlVl'IMrLiIUAN T'LATFOKM.
While the plalforui ndoptcd by the
republican convention at .Spiingficld
s a wonder and a mystery to people out
ido oftho party nnd was intended to bo
all things to nil men inside tho parly.it
fuils of giving entire satisfaction to
some of tho l.i.it named, who wanted
definite wording in tho icsolutions on
tho financial question. Tho .Spring
field 1 Journal ' which has been consis
tently in favor of inflation oftho cur
rency says of tho resolutions :
Thoy nro not at all times nhoyo crit
icism on tlio ground of perspicuity, but
tho meaning is plain. The only features
that aro likoly to provoke criticism up
on the position assumed, aro thoso re
lating to tho financial question, tho
transportation question anil tho point
embraced in tlio eighth resolution. On
all but tbo first and last of tlic.-o tho
convention was heartily united, the re
solutions being adopted by ii unanim
ous vote. Tlio financial resolutions
so far as thoy go enunciate principles
to which wo bcliovo every republican
in tho state can subscribe. Certainly
we do so in tho heartiest und fullest
terms. Whilo they do not go as lar as
a large majority of tho convention
wcro evidently prepared to go in a
declaration of opinion on tho question
of an increase ot currency, tlio torbear
ance manifested by the majority in
simply voting down the only contrac
tion feature in tho report of tho com
mittco on resolutions, will command
Tho '.Journal' docs not sco any "lor-
bcarauco" in tho resolution relative to
legislation on tlio temperance ques
tion but calls it "a tub thrown to
with tho honor or ditrnitv
of n state
convention of tho republican party
, ,., ., Tr . V . . 1 J'
and win o Mr. Ucs ii--h insn r w :u.
ly to spit upon it with contempt, it will
oxcito tho regret and provoko tho sham
;,- . , ,r , . . , ,
criticism of a largo and respected class
who nave always uccn true to ropubli.
ca.iism. If it substantially recites the
bill of ri-hts. as claimed, it waa hllv
unnecessary, sinco republicans invaria-
blv recocnizo their obliLMtmiiM in n.
spectthoconstitutn,,, both state and
national. I ho fact, howovor, that it was
niiiiuu ni legislation liiteuueu to lesson
i .i n. . .... .
uio cvns oi iiucmpcrancc will lio un -
'"""j tuuuK"iu, alu ul0 oijjcom
very widely disapproved."
The 'Journal' speaks not only for
itself but for a largo class of renubli
cans who will find it hard to accopt tho
platlorm of their party. Uncertain on
tho financial Iskho if ia inn .l..n..:i ....
(l,n( : , ...... .
..v, ,v , uu 4uiniiiu iiii ,
... .v.u.wn.,i,u IUU.11IU1I, UHU lllOllgll
unmistakable on minor and uniinpor
taut matters, it is altogether an utisat
isfaclory doso to the republicans of III
AROUND ABOUT CAIRO.
Wiiitk (Tnirvpv f
' Courier ' wo take the following items :
--' 1 1UUI II1U VJUl III! I
A eicar manufoemrr U ,i. i.,, ....
Uitioti to tlio industrial interests of our
Tlio largest finh caught from the
Little Wabash this Hoason was pullod
out last week. It 11 nut
proiiperoua little city.
ovinuu tncij pound j.
Uuri'lnra nnnr,.,i i. p i
t m ? . ...u Huusu oi uan.
I. .'leU intnek. butimlnv ni.rlw i.,.. 1
made off with a fine Kold wateh. A
reward of 8isr. u ir...i r... .1..
A uentlcman who M.i.
turc informs them that X. Z .
broken out in Kvansville and So?
i io ' Courier ' very proporly do- j
""vwn l,,lB n noax and the
doctor" an adventurer and a quack.
(,"!V:Mi.,.iM,A'.c,n us- a,l Armors'
to d by a gentleman who has IIm(0 a
calculation, that there aro in wi,it
COUIitv about 7.1 fMn :.. . , u
I hit i number, will produco an averatro
1 lor mn . 10 1,10 nCr or "bOUt
1,125,000. and b bould !t l.ri... . ,
81,000 makmg tho wheat crop alono
butiL' 81.12fj.000 1., ii.. ... '..'.
50 for every man, woman and child in
PuiiAHKi CorNTV.-Theouehtion p o
tho removal of tho county scat continues
to receive its duo Hharo of attention.
As a now location, Villa llidgo has
Tho 1 Patriot says :
Iudcpendoiico day is to bo cole
nrntcd on n grand scale at Pulaski. Tho
orator ol tho day isto bdllon. I. Clem
ents, nnd the dcclaintion of independ
ence will bo read by Mr. Israel Sander
son. Arrangements havo boon made
for n glorious Fourth, nnd if tho wea
ther is fine, wo think tho celebration
will provo an cntiro success.
Tho same paper gives tho follow
ing interesting items relative to the
For tho first timo sinco tho cjtab-
li.slimoiit of tho Nntinnnl (!onietorv
tliis place, the nuiubcr.ind classification
. . . . .I i i .
oi i .-.I! imcruicuis iiicro nave uccn de
termined, mid nro as follows:
Known Soldiers snd Sailor 2-101
Unknown tfoldturs nnd Hnllor 'J,7i0
l'rifonsrt of War 31
Worn on and children
Total Interments 6.223
Tho Hag-staff, lately transferred by
tho Navy department to tho War de
partment, will bo placed in tlio ccmctc-
turc. The addition to tho supcriutcu
dcnt'rt lodgo is about completed, nnd
tho iron railing nrouud tho cemetery
will probably bo finished in July. Tho
marble and grauito headstones aro now
under contract, nnd will probably bo
set within another year.
Johnson Cotntv. The farmers of
this county will eclcbrato the Fourth
at Vicuna by grand barbecuo nnd
An effort will bo mado to do away
with township organization in John
son county this fall, on tho ground
that it is too expensive.
Tho 'Journal ' says peoplo who
aro athirst need not go into Johnson for
"tnrnntulu juice" hereafter as tlio
county hoard has rescinded the order
granting license to soli intoxicating
liquors in the comity.
I'oit. Cou.ntv The Golconda'Ilcr
nld' of tho eighteenth relates tho fol
Last Saturday ovcuiug u difficulty
between twa women terminated in the
shootimg of ono of tho parties and hor
husband, Andrew l'clford, by a man
named Ooininodoro Downey, living
near tho Stogdon mines, in this county,
ami about eight miles northeast of this
city. v o were unnmcu to learn now
or in what niatmor the iliffinnllv nrii'l.
uatcd. but understand thnt on Saturilav
morning Holford'a wilo wont over to
uownoy s ami unused tliu wile
nf tlm lattrtr t-i-niiiliilniwl v nlnt
ing that sho intended to bring Andrew
flier liiiHbaliiU over mid "ulitan out tlm
ranclie." Hor throat, tlioii'-li nrobnblv
mniln nn llm iinnuUn nl tin- inniiinnt.
. j y
wug particularly carried out, for on that
I i.vniuuL' Jtelford, accompanied by hi
11,0 fe'i,,c WCr0 ,ol(l ui' Downey not to
I IIIIIIUM -"VIIVI IIVVUIIIIIUIIIliU fcf IMll
S?,'?0 ""o. olro bo would alioot then.
1 his so enraged Belford that ho broke
!.... -i...... --.i , . .
"iv uunn unu cinercj, unit iiau
proceeded but a short way before Dow-
"7 W1'0'1 contents of ono bar-
rul of his gun into his abdomen, fivo
shots taking effect, whilo his wife on
""UI -uowney iircil next, only received
, Ti" MM' - r,
HiiuiLllLU UCIIII I! . I iiisrinn nt riui i-nn n
1,1 t's place for examination, nnd no-
'luit'cd. A report has gained credit
T. . .V " 'V'
' 1' ,u J'wiauu uio liiimiy oi WOW-
oy by dropping u quantity of nrscnio
unnsing water, nnu
ha'j been considorfthlv Rtrnnr-ilinnoil t,.
ti, r. .i... i.i ' " ,
- niuv. ijuiiuru, ratuor inan stanU
umi, soiu out iiih crop anil escaped to
"UI"':V -lucsuay morning. un
wounds nro not cousidorcd dancor-
lt "ow looks ns thouiih tliu nnxt
Kuuruaioriai contest in tlio state of
i i . . :
-Now lork would bo betwenn (1
cnt incumbont, (Jon. Dis, republican.
and Horatio .Seymour, democrat.
It irt nzneclml ninnmr il.n (..:. i.r.i ...
Washington that Hoss Slicnhcrd. Jim
Nye and Aleek Harlan ,vlll bo c
luihHimiors to ru o tlm ilUtriof nfnn
luinbii. under its rni.ni.y...,,wi
mclti ' bu,tl.
...... . I
' "fi,,, S""-.' Tn ",c",orai1i1.ll"'.,,
, ,i '. ' ii-1.e?u,ullc?11'
" "' -lones talkH woll .mnUu
a good deal and can tell n storv better
h""" "u van icii n story better
" ,'0Ha," or , Futer or Jlutlor.
, 0 ,ld not 1)0 ""pri3ol if it was
''oueswlio Kocs into the Wliii,, II
1 no 'National Ronublleiin ' r:
.... ,. d
or ''an at asniiiL'ton. n-nnia nn
to not ndiourn until i i..1...,
, ... ' . "v,'Uff'-
l''01"- of Cuba. Jt
Tf' .""""'"."t of tl.is country is
- TK J 5"pSS;at? ds-
,7." S' wo"1" ui1 oro to
,he wAn j
rcognizo Cuban iudependouco.
J ho 'i;oinocratio Watcliman,' of
i ! rojioriH mat aonator
Lamcroii und Col. Koriinv i...
come rceonoilcd, that thoy aro both to I
bupjport Jllainofor prosiJont with I
-. .u.jjiiv, uiai uainorou nud his
incndH are to aupport l-'omey for tho
jooiotary oftho treasury. 1,1 " ?:.b No
iiieopriiigucia 'Register' of tho
i..,ii..': "Kuom who
1 """" ...Y',r!"8"o d who
IVmnd 7tnTvT " th faecB
""-nun iroiu vanouH fiections of the ?r
state, nro puzzled whether a slnto re
publican couvotition is being held, or
tho lato 28th general assembly has
been convened and is again in session.
Of tho thirty-ono republican senators
thero nro sixteen (a majority of tho re
publicans) present, ready to answer
roll-call, including tho five chief
officers of that body. Tho house is
represented by its republican members
loo numerous to mention besides about
all its officers.
The St. Louis '.Dispatch' gives cur
rency to tho very doubtful rumor from
Washington that President Grant and
Senator Schtirz havo buried tbohatchbt
nnd smoked tho pipe of pcaco togothor.
Kpn.'itnr .Tntiua acli-il as mediator, and
tho first ndvauoo came from tho prcsi
dent, because of Schurz's speech ou
tlm currency question. It may not bo
I it.., fnmtflntl rnnnv.nili'itinn f but
irilU, 11113 iciuiiuu HJiium,uii...wi. , -
tlmrn linvn linnn un ttinnv AttrnrisOS of
...w.w " j 1---
lato in Washington, and Grant fooiiis
ii sticn a iiumor to uo inesc tiiingH uiai
ill peoplo think ho should notor would
int do, that niiything just now is not
inly possible but probable.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
MrOHNKY i CIHJNSKI.OR AT LAW
Ottllco Ovi-r Klikt Nutlou.il llmk. ll-IMm
,Iolin II. MulW'y. William C. .Mulki-y.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
flfll ( Klnlith ktrnf't. Iintvvpnn fninninri
clalnud Wnshliiton ncimc. .VII tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (Incti, )
William 11. (iil'icit,
MIU'S Ollbcr, J
KITPfclil attention given to Ailinr.illy
iiiiu ciuiiuiuuai uit-ii.1'-?.
Olllco: Ohio l.nvei', ltonin-T and 8 out
( Itj Natlnaal llank.
iinl Dcalur In
KioiiTit Stiikit, iikt. Wasuiniiton AMD
Keeps tlio l)-t of Heel, I'ork, Jlutton vol,
I.auili, Saiisip, etc., anil in prepared to
serve I'umllicsili u aaCIitablc uiaiuiur.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
Ami Dealer In
Alii- IC!Vn or FJMOSII M13ATS
Ncnr Uor. Twoitloth Street and
And Deal - in
CHOICE FRES MEATS,
Of every dc ipllon.
Cor. 10th Street und dnnierrlal Avenue,;
Aext door to tho II land Saloon.
IN ALL ITS iRAtfCHES
DR. DAVID Parkinson
r,,.,"jfv!!,.B fiS?- 6.,!llt!". I't-
""lWd In tbo r.tiiilvaiid i-m-iim ,iri'i.,.i.
& " " . ,.?..v?.rl.'. fran tic lio feels Justl-
..j. ... rU)xs ,ai mil w.liiactlon v1 1 1 be
A" Wor,t WA"-TKiK..1Kln.,r
freely exlilliltsil wlion deilred.
iii'un in jircjiareu 10 imsu
(JOM) AND .SILVER PLAPi:,
i:.(!MSII AM) A3IKKICAX IMjA
TINA, AM) CELLUI.OIII 1JASE
to mount artlllcl.il leetli on ; nianini-uu
llln tllln wlinn Nn -IVio t J h.u. '.."
." w i i.uiuii.mi tlotto In it woikmin.
iik' mutincr. oltuiivim tim
i&V ? loSo in a Vorknla;,:
Ri.y:"Mfc 'tractlng no ecuu,
()t)tlin rnnm fn W n .....1.. n..i.
Conjer Sixth tre - und ComuHlJiZnuo
rir i ""- "'oixiu trect.
K. 31 AX'VJJ IAa & CO.,
aiunufactU'ers and Dealure In
MACHINES BURNIG OILS
Also iSem jor tno
UKSJDEKOB - .NO.!!!. Thirteen .,r..
UKSiiiRirnM - v,. ... ..-
! lioV'livem.e am. m
OlUco-iaj comuiorctal avenue, up
Wood Rittenliouse & Brotlu r
(1 knkiiaIi Commission Mr.nciiANT,
L'lII Ohio Lovco, Cairo.
U .ArtUP, K. .1. aYkii
AYHIU3 & CO.,
GENERAL. COMMlION iMKUOHAN I-
No. 7H IiWVir,.Oni(i(Uiin. If i.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
Prcprcparcd to forward all kinds ol
Freight to all points.
GriliiM!!!"" attended to promptly.
. A. Tlionff
Sucrcsoirs to 1J. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BHOKEHS
AND DXALHUS I.V
llc nnd 1'unor (irocerlra,
Koreln and Dumet'.lu
FiuiTS aitx) xrxra?a
181 Comuisrclnl Avenue,
OAT KM, . . fT.I.IUOIH
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, &o.
OTI will cell In carload loth at in.inulai'
ttiriTHiirU-c-. adding frclKlit.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Succi'Mor to John II. I'Jilllis)
FORWARO ING MERCHANTS,
MKAIj, UU AN, fie.
&gonl3 for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
coit. tk.ntii st. .v oiuo i.i:vi:i:.
W. Strattnn. n
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company,
6? OtflO T.Ei'JtK. C.-t n.'n
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, Kc.
Agents for 1'airbatik's Scales.
PARKER & AXLEY.
Corner or S, ,ee, and Wa,.,K,on Av,.
N. II. Tlilbtleu-uoil.
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Jlay, &c.
.No. 78 OHIO LKVi:B,
COFFEY, IIAJUUSON & CO.
(SucceBSors to D, llurd A. Hon,)
rtouB,oiuirr ani hat.
No 03 Ohio Lavoo, OAIUO, ILLH
NKW YORK STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
LABOCIT YABIKTT ITOOX TUB C1TT
OOODB SOLD VERYOLtVBK.
ffornar oi Ulaetaeatb traslnud Com
rolal Avrnnf. s
O, O. I'ATIKI
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, irtislioB,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fnncv Goods, Collier Whito
Jiead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbe Colons Dve
Stulls, lite., Ktc., Etc.
inVV??.1rlc.lLcn.rrrp?n'1r!'ce or,ler from I)riiKlst, I'liynlclsni and Oancral Store
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PREiCKlPTION,
71 Ohio Lever. WnslihiKlon Aic. cor. Klffiith HI.
O -A. I Jj Q .
NE W H O T E L
in i ii in ii ii
COIlxXER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
tion tiuests. Mr. U'-flt ,.:n ..i ...
will always bo glad toWe them.
First-class Day Board $20 por Month.
SO Ohio Levee - - CAIBO, ILLS
EDMUND HTJEFNER, Proprietor.
The Planter's Housn lnnin.i r,. tn.s t
. jjutco street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAJIBOT LANDINGS
t 1 .
inm in tlio Lcntcr of the Ilusincs.s
and conmlein m ll iiu
WnB olnntly lurihednd n cd.
mcnt and the best of accoininodatC.
Tmnsicnt Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
C.NV. LUNNING, M. D.
KKSlDENOK-corncr Nlnm ami Walnut
S tf s
"A 'A .
) u S )
c ) o o 2 . f
s s g s 8 z i
o S S J
cq ( ZZ i S
t .w .w g
I r1 h
I' 3 $ 2
' h h Z
i, to to S
tro ctr. Ollioe corner .Sixth vtrcet and
lil.o lovej. Oilluo liouiB -irom 0 a. a,, t
ui, a i l n p, in
Pi! WW Oil
of tlio St, Nicholas Hotel)
Suieriutenilcnt of tlio
i . " ,,r!,t-(-j1"'' rder for the recep.
0,u CUi,,0"-' the new houte, and
Portion of tho Citv Tlm ii,
ni, j. no Jioiifc is new
J r S 7
IW" recclvo co1 treat-
Day Doanlors $20 per Month-
and Boats Day and Night.
DR. mi. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
TIIK OIIKAT AMKUIOAN CON
...Con!""l,tlon ,s 'OTanlncuraWo illseane.
riiyBljIiiiw abbiiro uh tills luct. It In onlv
llCL-UMirf In liuvn llw. llli.li. I!,..
tUe lorrlble malady can bo comjuurcu.
Hall's Balsam Is this Bemody.
It tii'fuiL'A II ft tlm nlf(i D. ........
aualK tliularcerattil anU oxcorlated MirflTeuM
which ihinenoiu 0 tho ilUoase protluceu.
Will LL LIFE LASTS TIIE11K IS IIOl'K
It innv tint In tin luin fn
alter tho iloutorH Imvo nlven jou tin
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