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OFFIOK: No. 1;J Tenth
DOIOIUHITV, MUNN AND LIN J. I
Thi thinking rmltunlfi of tlit uongrovs I
lonal district, who have peered lioyotid the
slumbwigiiitf, nrni-Mlngliig, linlr-toisiiiif .
oratory of Dun Mini ti, found nothing! j
They tin , therefore, ousting ulioiit for
cuiididitto whom l.'rehi will achieve more i
honor In "Muxlng out," and will, probab 1
ly, fettle upon Dougherty or Linear. 1
Quite n number spunk well of (Jen I
Ratlin's nljlllty and personal popularity,
but hit recent defeat at llio .bunds of J
('reb', tender him unavailable, at 1 1 1 In
time an nf?alunt Crohn, undoubtedly uii
avullable. Ho.' whether tlio-e who are
sittislled by fussy oratory, will Mioecod In
brliiKiiiK out Munn, or whether those
who week somc-thlni: 'more substantial
In the persons of Dougherty and Line
ear, will be Miicceful, remain to Ik
.i oi.kam of i.i a nr.
In the House, on Wednesday, the Hon
S. S. Mar iliull, of this .State, Introduced
he following resolution:
Heolved, That the depressed condlllon
oi hii-ltio"-' untl tue vurious iiuiiismui in
terests of the country duuiumlH of Con
Kreti nrotiint action In rullevliiL' the peti
ole of nil burdens of taxation not ubo
lutely necesnry to provide for the wants
of the)Vcrumcut, economically admin
istered, and tbut in reforming the exist-
ing t ii ri II Iiiwm leglHlatlwii i-lioulii be on
thoso principle, to-wlt: First, Thut no
duly should be Imposed on any urlMe
above the lowest rate that will yield the
largest u.wiunt of revenue. .Second,
That the maximum revenue duty slmulil
be Impoi-ed on luxuries. Third, That
the duty should be so Impon-d a to ope
rate uh equally aspolblo throughout the
Union, (llscrlmluatliig neither for nor
ngalnst class nr section.
Mr. Holman, to test the sense of the
House, moved to Joy the resolution on
the table, and culled for the yeas ami
nays, announcing that he would vote
against his own motion.
Tlie resolution was not tabled; vote
Handing, yeas 35; iiuysj US.
It I surprising that In u country like
this, nny man, hoiiored with the con
ll (I en ce of the people. should be found
willing to declare ugultiht n measure look
ing to the removal of unnecessary bur
dens; from the .shoulders of the manes;
but the middle and New Kuglnud manu
facturing Ktatet have ciit to the House
M.... lnuf l,lri.tl,,llt mutl flf tlllll
-, W w ut . "UK l" J fc- will J -v if) .. ...w.. .
that those who havederlured thenifelves
thus ho-tlle to the well-being of the
mas'cH have power to control only the
corrupt and uni-crupulous carpet-baggers
of the South, (vio would tell their couls
for gnlm In u condition of things upon
-which the country muy felicitate Itself,
ud which gives auguries ot abetter and
more prosperous day,
The country Is Indebted to the Hon.
Kam'l. Marshall for hU persistent effort?
to bring about this declaration. Now
tbnt It U mude the people, particularly of
the great N est, may take renewed heart.
j u ih:h smyhy mir.r.si:.
The name of this gentleman relleots
honor upon the Judiciary of Illinois. A
Jurist without a peer in the Northwest
or u superior In America, poe-slug n
mind that lias been carefully cultivated,
and matured by age and experience, he
Is peculiarly lilted for the bench; and
the jcolc delight In doing hlui honor,
as a mo-t wiic and estimable Judge.
The specal committee of the Constitu
tional Convention, charged with the
work of arranging the new .Supreme
Court districts, became Involved In what
some people would term an unseemly
wrangle concerning the disposition of
Clinton County, the homo of Judge
ilreese. The excitants to this conten
tion were these: If Clinton county were
added to the Second district, the resi
dence of Judge llreese therein would
cnuh tho aspirations of Mr, Schollleld,
whom tho democracy of Clark county
would place on tho bench; and, If Clin
ton county wore added to tho Klnjt dis
trict the same ciuuo would operate (lis
nstrotisly to the hopes of Judgo Mulkey,
whom (tho correspondent of Chicago
"Tribune' says tho Cairo democracy
would Invest with the ermine.
Now, while wo deprecate any such
considerations In tho adjustment of the
Judicial divisions of tho State, we utterly
deny that tlio democracy of Cairo, of
Alexander county or Southern Illinois
would place Judge Mulkey or any other
man before Judgo JJrecso as their choice
for tho Supremo bench. Ho has their
confidence, and it would bo n source of
pride to the party to have tholr district
represented by a gentlomnu of such high
standing and eminent . ability.
They have, tlmo and again, munil'esieil
their appreciation of, his crout worth,
alike as Jurist and a Icitizen, and will
hall, witli pleasure, any opportunity tho
future may dovelope to assure him of
their continued friendship. Ho has
been the steadfuU friend of Cairo and
of Southern Illinois iu tho councils of tho
State and nation, and uh a private Indi
vidual. This consideration, uddad to
his great legal learning and irreprouchu.
bio novate ohuractor, has so endeared
...... 1.. .1.... I ...,!.
unit iw j,.-wi'4.-, v"..
to our people, inui, couiti uiey speuu
theuiseli'es, llicy would itlinoHt 3 ,
'With ono yolcf, claim him for tho First
Itciiiarks hy JihIkc Allen.
In tho Constitutional Convention, re
cently, Mr. Wall oll'ered, for the conside
ration of the Convention, Sec. 41. This
s.ectlon provides that no county, city or
town shall take stock In any railroad or
other corporation except by the consent
of.u mnjorlty of the turnnfiny voters, I
Upon this, Mr. Allen, of ATeTriiidtt,re--f
Mr. President: I cannot support the
section In the language now used by the
mover or it, hut wltn some moiimcuiioii
I have no objection toil. The practice
has been in taking stock on the part of
counties and towns and cities, to submit
the proposition always to u popular vote,
although the Supreme Court may have
decided, and I am told such Is thecuse
that such corporations Jiuvo tlie power
without an niilrmatlvo popular vote, yet
such has not been the practice, i um
perfectly willing, us funis I am concern
en, I fiat mere shall lie this iimuuunii
that the corporation shall not be ullowo
to take stock and creule Indebtedness in
aid of works and Iniprovmionts of any
character whatever, without a mujorlty
of thelegul voters of such corporation so
decide. I um unwilling to recognize the
principle in tho (jonstiiuiiou or ine
State of Illinois, that there shall be
any such tiling us a property uuullfl
cation to vote. I believe we have never
hud any such principal Incorporated hv
fore into any law, organic or otherwise,
of the State, and It would be setting a
precedent that I am opposed to. J Know
it is argued by some that a man who
has no nroiirietv ouirht not to exercise
the rleht. us frequently done, to throw
burdens in the shape of indebtedness on
the property of others: in other words.
that the owners of property must Have
the sole right of taking care of their prop
erty and thoc who have none ought
not to Have tlie privilege or huruetilug
it to any exteutor in any incidental way
whatever. Onco you Jet In tho prin
ciple thut there Is to be a iiuaiillcution to
vote, you may add to this other iiualill
cations. The matter will not stop ut
minding railroad, nut these property
heldcrs muy think other prin
ciples are not safe when a popular vote,
including non taxable voters, is aiiowu.
there l no telling where we win stop in
tills thing. I um inclined to think thut
the properly untl money holders or the
Stute would feel themselves safer
If only men of property were to vote on
ouestlons uUVctiiig prooerty ami money;
Muilyet I do not lii(nk thai the people ot
mii miiu oi mining uru wining- to m.iu
far. When you given citizen the right'
to vote, you should give u to nun lor an
purposes, aim Have no property quuiin-
'Htlou for any purpose; allow him to
vote on nil fiuestlons that are submitted
for consideration. Create no distinction
mining voter; have no voters with
limited ballots; have no privileged
ohi-es take charge of public interests.
fear It would rcult In this, that
the property ho'ders of the
country huviiig been made the sole Judges
of internal improvement" uud railroad
coteipri'cs ulien subscriptions should be
made, etc . nun other men oi eium sa
gacity uud a-much Inclined to develop
the Ir sections or the Mute as any other
c!us, but wholabor under the misfortune
of having no property to pay taxes on,
will, because or deprived or a voice in
the matter, become alienated from each
other, and the harmony of effort neces
sary to Improvement bo destroyed. Sir,
Hi no point or view um i inclined ioiook
with luvor. i don't uiiuk the people ut
larue reaulre thut such provision us this
thull be Incorporated, uud I should be
rorr.v to believe thut the property of the
State demands It for protection. I think
It would He carrying a distinction he
tween tho tux-payer and non-tux-naver
too far, and the people will never sanc
tion it. i nope, sir, ii win not ne adopt
ed. It Is not right, being founded on no
correct principle uor is there any neces
sity for It. Let the tax-puyers take no
unnecessary uiarm ami mrco on prema
turely ft conllfct with their less fortu
I'l'tlll- ot lts
l-flll OiCSI. I."U RrpuMii.4n.J
It Is only a few mouths ago thut n
teacher In one of tho public schools of
Chicago Hung a small boy against the
Iron pipes of the heating appartus and
inflicted Injuries which led, directly or
indirectly, to his death several weeks
afterward. From the time little Willie
Atkins was struct' until ho died, hu lay
In n state of unconsciousness, ami In this
condition passed away. Not long after
wards a girl of six or eight years, In an
otlierclty, was mado to stand for live
hours in n passage way exposed to a draft
of cold air, because she did not have her
lessons us perfectly us was deemed lie
eeasury. btio went homo that night,
was taken 111 of brain fever, and died
frantically beseeching tho teacher to let
her sit down. Last week u pupil In
uu Indiana school was struck over tho
head with an Iron poker In the hands
of u teacher, and died ffom tho ellects
tlioroof. In Sun FrancUco, on the 14th
Inst, a delicate undersclzed boy, aged
fourteen, belonging to the Lincoln
I Pohool of that city, was beaten by a
I teaclier named Itolilusoii until Ills per
son, from eek to heels, was one mass
of swollen, discolored bruises. He was
i struck across the spine mid nearly
fainted from the intense pain produced;
lie was dragged over bench so violent
ii tli 'it tho back of the seat was broken.
ana ipo pu usmiiuiu muKnutr n
MiCIJ a '". . ""V
hor rt.ma poi.cd thut It "mutle
i,or suk to look o;i." U'npn the motlier
of the boy million on air. Jiuruu, mo
principal of tlio IjJnc.oln school, php
EVENING, MARCH J8,
" ' "- '--rr ;
In a verv Vich"tK UAKItEL FAJDl'OllY;,
ukIi ThV&enlled lEf ' . W -J
wus . received
son wus Justified
tmlil Hif. ll,o
eel ved half enough." The t' 'Replied
entof public echools mUtctJ JHarsh
was u nurd oneoui oucreu norepa'ied,
except that "ifShould not occur a1 Lr
The proprJetoMiof the San FrrV,
Tlimnlcli.' then kibtlle mutter i' le"
Itobiuson wait fir
ed on a um
and will I, Tige.
sworn out by the
stand his trial. Ifj
lint trial rei i
his being set to
the Stute. lUihh
breaking ro ,
will get rii' ril
than his Just dps-
The InUli"" r.l
Iron poker is a lUiitablolnstrumentfor the
enforcement of educational discipline,
there Is a reasonable prospect thut he too,
may bo sent to tho penitentiary, If not to
the gallows, in the two cases nrsi
noticed, the teachers escaped Scot free,
uud In all the cases, except, perhaps, the
ono lust named, they were s-istalned and
Indorsed by the scbool superintendents
and committees. We have yet to hour
of ii felngle Instance where a teacher
guilty of such barbarity even lost his or
her sliutiou on uccountorii. inose in
charge ot our public schools are evident
ly determined to stand by corporal pun
Islimeut at nil hizurds, untl we believe
that the time ban arrived when the pub
lic to whom these schools belong should
accept the Issue and settle it ut once uud
O.NK WKKK AT TIIK ATHK.V.KL'.M.
Frldnjr Krcnlnp, 3!nrch LSIIi. 1S70.
TIIK WOItI.ll IlKNOW.NKhTIUfiKItlA.N,
mr. mm mum,
r' .r'ti i' ill ,l t! r I r i. .j the .Tf
m'if i llrltn ti, A'tf ml .1, l ai'imn . n I ollir
.,t .f AiiiT. 4, l,ar ln n-'v.rrl wi'ii arrnt
-:.lliik.wtilri by lMnnr.n l ficli linMr Atl.lirti.
ft. 't l pMcoun' i " to motiiili tr'atut Iit
nif ri.(t -. uf He I I jr u I rU(
Slc tid fff.in tin. ftm -'I' ll Thiittn of
Itostnii. .New Vork anil I'lilladelplilu.
t-l 8l;tV.JiriJ firu. Miir
I'iom, Knf.tlr i
I'riuct' ol Dciiniiirh.
HAMLET, McKEAN BUCHANAN
tii r ' lnitc !t-riy Ui- llnti'ompiin.
( Iiuiicc til I'mgriiminr Illicit i: miIiiT.
Ih.ars opa tT o'rlnfk. riitwiti n Sii l. k.
A'llliiOn lti.TTf I SH TV. ll0X"flKft
r if ii ft i ry U At 1U o' lovk.it in.
Mttuflar alirnon t 2vio.'k KPnii.iiuiiniT
!';. rt'Iuo i. i liil'lmi I V. aJuIIh
t.'nelc Toiii'i Cnblii will lip Arlnl.
II. W. MAYNAliP, Agrut
p 0 VERNM EST SALES.
Tlirro il l sold at I'nUlo AtK'tli'ii .it tlir Natal
Station la Mnuutl City, lllianin, on
Tupsday, the 'J'2d May of Marrli, 1S70,
At 10 o'clock ajn., a micrllanrou -ortincnt of
T.frty,a.prtaining to tlio inirf uu ol atratn fngin-
tting, aiy ncp.iiiii"!ulroniniiiKoi
Tools ano Appliances,
bcrap, iiar auu ancot uoppor.
Kuuuer iioso, iron, uvaruuiio
UUOer 11O80. iron, livprauiio ,
Jacks, Wlnto Rod &Bluck Load, 1
Lard and Linscod Oil
Pumps, Coppor pipo, Gas
Pipe, Oura. Hoiup,
and Cotton Packing,
Sic, &o , Ac, &c.
A US' l
Ono Bosun Knyino,
Tn ltiche iliemcter and 20 inrh itrokc, mid Hiram
pipe. Tliewii(ieapiriiicu i !,'
'1 KltMri l'ah on day of lle. Atlil to I e rf -moted
Iv orJtr oi me t oimnannam,
' i.. a. nuii.r.v.
I'nyiiunicr r. t. N.
Duleil at Mnlilid ( itv. III.. March J. UTU.
I'hn Pouth Welern l'llntiili' mid I'llblUhiiif Ao-
ciationhaio comileel arraii;eiiienta wneredy Ihev
aro enabled to aupplv mail uiivriU-r, eill.et lngly ,
or in olnbi, with the
iEADINCJ MAGAZINES AND WEEKLIES
at tiillililier' uweteuli rilen either uf the follow-
IIIK 1 1 10 I'eri'xlK'ali l J ' per Htiiiiiin, it: llarp
er' Mftfiiine, II' rpeiN Weekly, llrj..v' II uir.
Allantlo Monthly) Tin' tialaxy, 1'iitnaiii'a Mmriaine,
App:etnn' Juurnul, l.iMinntoli' M.tsuiiiu., Ill f k
wood', 1'rant l.elie' llln-tiuti'.l Mniitlitr, l-'rank
I.enlle'i, llliilr;ilei .i.viper, Old mid .Sew, '''he
Chiinney Ooriier, Health and Home. Kllher nf the
lollowini $J lt IVrlndli-ala lit ll'i.'; tin limlct'
Iidltw' ItcMik. Madiiiiui ieinurer Monthly, The
I'hrenoloKK-'al Journal. 'I'll follow Inn si itt IVriodi
call. utS-lin, v. 'lilt; Ilierlde, liti'kardN Monllilt,
The I.iue' I'liend. The lollnw IliL' Su ti IVrinilleali
atfl'w, vit: 'I he Ivdeelit Masauie, Kry H.itiirday.
Th .Nation. The InllomnK puidinlied at i0ii m nfli,
Vic: The Voiiii, I'ulUf, T. ". Artluir Home .Miif.
tine, IVtertnn'i Mhkiiic. Addii,
r, W. I'ifiitliiKaii'l rtibllrhiiiK Atiociatlon,
Cur Hnx 110, Cliieliin.tl, Ohio,
i.Vnor TtiiMn' A .
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H. 8TAATSTATL0R, Vf.V, llAM.lPAT,
HCOTT WiUTK, H01IT. H.,CU.MNOIIAM,
UEU.lt. WILLIAMSON, oTKl'IIKN UIKli,
A. II. dAKKOHU.
Exchange, Coin, nntl United States flouils
lloiiBht anil Hold.
Dtponis Iltcewtd, and a General Ilanhr.g
1HK KIKST NATIONAL DANK
UA.VIKL II Ullll,
UOUT. V. .si 1 1. 1, K II
c. .v. II no
Collcctluus Proinptlj' Attended to.
Kxchangc, Coin, Hank Notci and t'nlttd
Bought and Sold.
II. II. Candce.
AN'DKK ii .MyitUIH.
Notaries Public nnd Insurance Agents.
OFFICE No. "1 Ohio I.ttee, City National
ri...'i . . , .....
jiu;i. juniumi. uec.UI
UHK AND MARIN K INSURANCE.
co ji pa m.& i
NIAGARA, NKW YORK;
AsSKTS.m .l,l3fl,UltJ SU
(IKRMANIA, NKW YORK;
ASSW. HI,(I0S,U'J 78
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
ASdi:irt.,.......,. .tiTill.Tfl'J ia
RKPUHLIC, NEW YORK;
AHlKT3- 1,03.1 0
Comptlilosllif I'nJcrwr.lf r Ai,nrj
AsCr'5'".i. hi.vj.iiii un
yXXi, $(ttf FRANCISCO
Iff, NEW .'fORIne.) .
iit fil at rnt, a- Uvorj'iH
:r IV u I uarrnnl
is noi tnl pcilnAi.ent
I rri-iri, I) a.kf Ihcc'ttrfni of Cairo, aih.itnof
tli r ,r r )imj(.
i "tit (' N. JIlVJItKS
OSi. at Fir-t .National luiik. i
jjjKW CLOTHING I
Every tlxiiiB Fvonli i
IIAUtJAINS rOK THE PEOPLE!
M 1 1. l.V. it "7r I LI,K It ,
ItaTinsolo" I out lliolroM ilock of Clothlne, Iits
I.arKO and Splendid Ntocli
Which smbraeca rrt ry kind of
Phi ti I o mibln Ciriitlcmrn'n lar.
And inch ai aultrJtoall rlaii.
Thy wouMatk p-lal attention to thiriupply of
XZats nud Caps,
In which tlicy prof to Iradthe market Alan to
Which ctnbmce all of Clothi, Cmumcri,
Tweed, etc., from whi'-h Itiey innuufjciure
ci.otiiimi to oitnr.it.
In the be,t minner, and .Irietly
f fashionable, thnir
(Jentlciiien's I'lirnlMliiui; CoutN
I tery complete, Ineliidittsmniiy nmeltle never I
fcro Uotihl to tbia nurket.
OF KVr.lt Y STVI.K.
A'-lired f tlieir abilltv lo el eoibN fr-m their new
mock, cneaper limn eer ueiore, tuey rely on a dm
io;k, riirnprr wiun r,rr uriur", lliry iCiy on H (lift- I
rli"limuii;inil)lic to extend them tliu pMionuce they
Ie"erte. ul dalf '
ij-.- - - i
-tnteof Illinois, Alexander County, rt. Aleian
der County Circuit Court,
j tntheiimtter of Tho Illinois Central ll.nl lload
i t'oiiiiniiy, , William ll.wker.
I'uUlc iiotlee hereby Riven, that In pursuance
i of u dectrUI order filtered In Iho lnu eiilitleil
caiiko, ill mid court, n the itoU day of July. A, I'.
: is;i, of tho July term Iheriof, A. l. Uu, I,
John 1, Illinium, Mutter in Cliaiu'ery of milil
eoitnty, will, on I lie m-coii. day of .Vprll A.
I. lil', at I. o elooK ut noon or k.ikI ilny, nellui
pilblie nitetion lo the hiuhet bidder, foreah,at
the outh-e,t doorof tlioeourt llount In theeitv
nf Cairo, in ald rounty, the following dneribeil
real etliite, initiate in the eily o Cairo, rountyof
Alexander and Male of lllumlx, to.aiti J.ut iitim
lxT"l elKhteiti (In in llloeli nutniiered one (II
iw-eurdiiiK 1 1 the r irded map or pi it thereof,
together wjlh all and Kiiiuiiliir the tenement and
iieiedllHtui tits tin trlinlo I'l'lomjuiir.
JtlHNti II IIIMIN,
Mailer in Chancery.
!air. III. I, i. Ik. Maiell I ill, . ll. IbTU.
....... ... m . . . " . .1- ..
JJt .M. WARD,
irepared to All ordeia promptly and aatlafactonly
with the bent oak and hk'kurv nruwoDil.
l.eavt' order at llulen'a old itand. or at the
v nrdera at llu en't old
$&&0 etv,0rleans, WSff&fc
jZdjMZZ wmm ijmm
j CAPITAL .
"ERLY & CO
f, Oreen tc Co.,)
A- r i.
IVP'J Cairo. III.
UOAT STORES, (JROCKUIF.S AM) 1'ItO
VISIONS, (OLIO Oliio Iiovoo,
MlJ,r l.'nlro, Illlnoli.
ILOUIt 3IKRCIIANT AND MIIXEIIS
Jfo. SO Ohio I.rvrc. Tnlro. Illlnnla.
Orilf r solldiUil int ,romrtly nJ MlsUclorlly
BYAfl T. TAHKKR. JOHN B. PIIIIJJS.
pARKER & PIHLLIS, .
Coniiiilsslou and FonTardlujf Merclinnt"
And Dcalert in
Unj , Corn, Onta, llrnn, nml all Hlnda uf
I'nul it rr,
OlltO I.EVKK M ,..OAIKU, ILL.
I. It. AYEKS. E. J.ATCU.
YEltS ti CO.,
PL O TJ XI
0 a M M I S S l 0 N M K 11 CJIA N T
So. 133 Ohlol.rvec, CAlIto", 1 1. 1.
jTRATTON &1URD, .... '
Jiiiv..or liStrlon, HiMioo A Cliik),
(Srocers nnd Commission Merchant,
Anirrlrnti 1'imdrr Co.,nni! Mnntilntiiirfia
mr vuiiiiii l aril,
iiol. B.ndtfekA Co.,1
no.iT ijioi'itii:i nits.
fMral Advance Made on QonilynmenU.
It pri fiarr J in rlr, 1oii. or forward frriishta tu
ill point-: l.ur or m ciiiiiinnmon. lluiiiiMn
to won praintitnrsii.
Ii-i'er in ritcerles l.tm, ria,ir I'aiH, I'laiteri
In bulk, alwayaon hand. Corner Klahlli ilreet
Ohio I.eiee, ouro Iliino.it. mrlJdtr
JOII.V IV. THOVKll it CO., ,
lIUOKEItS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS
Riilhth tieet, eecond door from Com, Are.,
Noil hum Kcrinniiy,
Mm. I'jMtaae Ticket- rVor.i
t I'iMrjwl, Londun, Havre, Antwerp, Hremen
I and Hamburg, to Neu Fork,
Or to any point Woit,
CtrOolleetlonr mvleon nny point in Huron.
rnMV . mimirtMl l n
I I ItOVhlt iV CO.,
Ucal Estate, Hond and Stock Ilrokers.
Will attend fo tli paytnant of Stale, Oiunijr and (Tit
Taxea. and all bu-iue- pertalnme to a (IKNKHAI.
, IIIlOKKItltlK. .
Kioiitii ,5TUKET, second door from Com. Ave.,
deuxI'Mdtf Cairo, III.
J QOHNKMUS IIOYI.E,
110 (I.H.MKIICIAI, AVH.VUK,
liiKlliott i llaythoruu a Hoot and Hlioa Store,
sircutting done n hort notice. mar8.li
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC. '
IIALLKV'S CJIAKTKlt OAK
t'opprr, Tin '.mil Sheet Iron
,Vo. ICO WASHINGTON 4VFNFL',
(Above Iho Market lloiue.)
Koonnit, CntterliiK, Hpotitlna and Hleamtaat Work
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