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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1874

SM fz Jlft I f - .VW YOL. XXIII-NO. 30. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, FEBEUABY10, 1874. "WHOLE NUMBER 1,739. PARTY REMNANTS. SHALL. IT BE BBURIED OR STOOD ON ITS FEET. IHE KEW DEPARTURE IN ILLINOIS UOVERKOR HENDRICKS' WORK THE TKOHPICCTS SOME INTERESTING READING. A dispatch from Springfield, Illinois, to the Chicago Tribune, of yesterday, says: The condition of the Democratic party as represented by Democratic members, la uncertain this morning. Kome of them think they killed it but refused to bury the corpse, and that It Is now being waked. Southern members who aspire to Congress from Democratic districts r afraid they will get no encouragement from th farmers; and anti-monopolist are anxlon V retain the ma?ic of the Democratic name. They refuse to put the cone under round away from the Right of men, and are dosing It with stimulant, with the expectation of developingRlgnsof vitality. They injected Tom HenarScin luto thecanens and he performed the miracle 04 brlmtfna tbedeai: to life. lie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE ; SENTINEL; TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1874, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. Chang and Eng, or rather their corpusee have been taken to Philadelphia, for an an tpsy by the college of physicians. Tho bctlles aie in excellent condition. The Maryland legislature, in joint session on Wednesday, elected James B. Oroome, of Cecil, to ba governor for the unexpired term of William Pinehney Whjte, elected United States senator. Toe CmMrTatives in. the elections in Great Britain hare the innings now, unless the return from Scotland and Ireland should preve to be overwhelmingly Liberal they will ii ! into power easily. 'ÄKyar of Virginia claims that in 1S63 he -was el est e J to the United States Senate to fill the uuexpired terra cf L. J. Borden, but that ly the division of the state into two, hisejaotion became invalid. He now thinks he an get away with a trifle of bick pay. Strange ,bow long a Segar which has been onco extinguished can retain a spark of hope. if Off York is swamped by a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1874

THE. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10,-1874.-- - ECHO. BY CHUfTKA O, KOSFTTI. Come to me in the Mlenceof the nif ht; come in the speakisg silence of dream ; r-Come with soft rouaded- check nd eyes m bright ,A3 sunlight on a stream Come back In team, O memory, hope, kwt or finished years! O dream, how sweet! .o sweet, too bitter sweet; Whose wakening sfe.uld havewbeen inraraaUe, " Wherw souls brimful of love abide aaa me 9t; Where thirsting, longlnp eye w atch the slow uocr. That opening lets la, lets out no aore. Yet come to me In drea-si, that I may live My very Hie again, '.hauen cold In teath : . Come back to me In dreaias, thatt I Jcay give Pulse for pu ipe, breath for breath Speak 16 w. iron low. As long ago, my love; how long so! THK SyO W BIRDS. W D. IUTIUA The lonesome graveyard lleth A. dfp with allent wre f-night-long Know, all white, amfrtlllowea: Ovar the hidden graves. The snow birds come In the mora lag, locking and natter.nK low. And light on the g aveysrd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 1874. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. To indicate the utter perversity ot the printers' strike. Wie Sentinel has privat letters at this time from enough individual printers to All every .vacancy In the city. The men Who quit have hoped that they could buy off or frighten off the men -who took their places. It may be of benefit to inform all concerned, that were the present force to juit, to the last man, their places can be tilled in twelve hours, by men whose names are in the possession of the SentineL Brother Holnian got in a rather enlivening fcieceof W0TCOni. F. Hoar, ot Massachusetts, the tfeer day. The acerbic Iloar fill into the mistake of echoing the,cbarge of Eldridge, of Wisconsin, that the watchful Hofcnan was a Ide-magogue." Mr. Hoar trailed presently that he hadn't said it. Holtmmcame back with a vigor which was severe and parKameatary. The point under der discussion was a provision of Holtran waking railroads responsible for the t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1874. 5 TYINQ HER SONNST. Tying her bonnet under her chin. Ha Uad her raven ringlet in: But not alone in the taken snare Did she catch her lovely, floating hair. For, tying her bonnet under her ohin, She tied a young man's heart within. TUmw r um I nt trxrether nn the hill. Where the wind coxnes blowing merry and chill; And It blew the carls, a frolicsome race, All ntnr f ha hanDT teacii-colorel face. Till, scolding ana laughing, she tied them In, Under her beautiful uirnpiea cnin. And it blew a color, bright a the bloom Or the pinkest fuchsia's tossing plame. All over che cheeks of the prettiest girl That ever imprisoned a romping curl, Or, tying her bonnet ander her chin, , Tied a young man's heart within. Steeper and steeper grew the hill, Madder, merrier, chillier tili The western wind biew down, and played The wildest tricks with lue lUUe maid, As, tying her bonnet under her chin. She tied a young man's heart within. O western wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1874

6 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. WASHINGTON. . PROVISIONS OP Mil. CARPESTE't'S LOUISIANA ELECTION BILL THE PRESEN TUOVERNMENT DECLARED ILLEGAL ÄND ANMMEDIATE REGISTRATION OP VOTEP.S ORDERED THE REDUCTION OP THE ARM Y BI LI. Washington. Feb. 5. Mr. Carpenter's bill to restore the rights oi the state of Lousiana, declares that there is no governor, lieutenant governor, eecretary of state, attorney general, auditor of public accounts, superintendent of education or legislators elated by the legal voters of the state, according to the constitution and I laws. There U no provision in the constitution and laws or the election of tut officers before Nov. 1R76: that th kfflcfra are now filled de facto by peno alaimingto bold them under a pretended, fraudulent, and void canvass of yotes given at the last general election ; that a pretended legislature has been organized, in pursuillecral orders. issuHi by the Circuit Court, that thJ President's proclamation, recoenizice these persons as legal officers o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1874

THE - INDIANA ST ATE , SENTINEL TUESDAY. . FEBRÜAEY JpTwCT 1 V IX THE UNDERTOW. TWO TOTTK 6 GIRLS SWEPT INTO THB SWIRL OP CRIME. Down with the Bourbons, down t The very stones do cry ; From end to end of Spain they shout, "We'll conquer or we'll die." "Without a home sh&il wander. As the scorned Hebrew race. As an outcast from her country, She of the shameless face. SOUL BE VELA TIOX. We live t.-.gf,ther years and years, And leave unsounded still Bach other's f prings of hopes and fears, Kaeh other's depths of will. We live togethc-rday by day. And some chance look or tone lights up with Instantaneous ray An lnnor world unknown. IrOSCELLANEOUS DRIFT FOREIGN OTES. Americans at Nice are to give a ball on lYashingUn's birthday. A third Alpine tunnel is now . proposed to Msa under St. .Bernard. English army officers fcave a 5,000 set of DU üllier tu ILIO f UiD vi uuiuuuigu o beautiful Russian Bride. The Swedish government has proposed to the Chambers an increase of 30 per ce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUATIY 10, 1874. THE NATIONAL GRANGE. THE MEETING IN ST. LOUIS. "WHAT HAS BEEN DONE ADDRESS OF THR " GRAND MASTER HIS VIEWS ON TRANSPOR- . TATION. On Wednesday the National Grange nvened in St. Louis. The day of the opening the St. Louis Globe had this interesting preliminary sketch: As an " assemblage of representative men and women, they will make a most creditable appearance, Mr. Dudley W. Adams, Grand Master cf the National Grange, Is a good looking man of thirty-five, with fine, expressive features, lull beard and bushy, brown hair, lie has no objection to saying anything about the National Grange, and its prospective proceedings that it would be advisable to communicate to the public. A reporter ol the Globe asked him yesterlav, in regard to the objects of the meeting, and whether the question of open organization was likely to come up in any definite shape, lie said that it might possibly come up lor argument, but he did not think there...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1874

Stifte -- -- VOL. XXIII-TO. 30. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUätY 17, 1871. WHOLE XÜALBEK 1,740. 1 1 !' J OIIS FKASKH. An-1 is rae what this man write, Taa; all v.tntty aud tn ! r 'o to. -ru :s-::o higher life, Aud lü-ti but eui where they bein? Vefcpe ('Ih, and prate alont Our i-'v loves, our little Jars; Amt vU Iy taifc of our tstaie, . Beneath the grand y pitying star;. Jlr hsrt ws sad I closed the bocA,nd jn-li-fd o'er the wavsoi men; Ana .mi-r l if these words were true. Or bis a Uitie tuck of th p'n. ,-.: ThereN yrwn Ulkt HI behind my back, Aim) Juno--' bill fallsdue jo-djy; . Kae(.i'i vt- 1 a t lil-e but .Not li:;y peaee wherewith to pay. Iv ls; 1.jo'k, too, whs badly us'd, And is sTictly entre nous) TW(,s nvher in-ijn if fiin?did write That . i-. t'-r la the Hau Keviewv And thu-1 srrar.iUl-r.l, while above SlM.'h il U:e il mumble blue, Hpunu if i.r itii arch of hope, and Cyi s own r..)i'i.us .-h'.ae breaking thro it sh. And U 'vnv vr-ie from the woods Eim. ..'u vim jov the xu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1874. 2 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. The whisky crusade in this state is '3uraing greater proportions than in Ohio. The correspondence presented on the inside pages with the supplemental extracts give a -vivid .nd telling picture of the singular craze that has come upon the women folks. Tt ts by no means certain that the investigation into the maladministration of the District ol Columbia can be compassed at aü. Onebv one the members of the commit tee appointed to carry on the investigation sk to.be excused. Their prayer is, that this Taitter cup may pass their lips. It is easy to see that members are neither willing to im plicate themselves, nor their fnends, or at the least, engage in an enterprise which will be opposed by the entire administration ma chinery. The ring organs everywhere, are tledsed to throw all the dirt they can, ana deter good men from probing to the core an establishment which is rottenness itself. The yielding up of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY-17, 1874. BY AND BY. MAROEKXT 8. PBXSTOX. "What -will it matter by and by Whether my path below was bi 1., Whether It wound through dark or light, T'nder a gray or a golden a K.J. When I look, back on It by and by T "What will it matter by and by I Wnether, nnhelped. I tolled alone. Dashing mv foot against a atone. Missing the charge of the angel nigh. .Bidding' me think of the by and by? "What will it matter by and by Whether with laughing Joy I went Down throcgh the years with a glad content, Never twlievln. Dr. not I. Tears would be sweeter by and by? What will It matter by and byl "Whether with ehe? k to cheek I've lain Clone by the pallid angel, Fain, SSjotnlng myself through sob and sigh; "All will be elsewlse by and by?" What will it matter? Naught, if I Only arn sure the way I've trod, Gloomy or gladdened : leads to God, Questioning not of the how, tbe why. It I but reacb Ulna, by and by. What will I care for the unshared sigh, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1874

-tfKRffiltä'&yBTAtiA ( SENTfrNEt TUESbAT TEAltiT, t874. i ' ...... -t -T" TUESDAY, IEÜKUAH.17. Tao pf renij'tory decision of the i.r.tioual Kjm;?e in ex-otnmnnicUios tho I'oto-n Luiuuiera will Lav a tendency tolrswn the havseed fever. There will be Ks ol.the learned prof ssion in tlmtgricuUnvaniroih, erboo-l.t i tbcu-U. Hay wed, however, tili rul-s the niret? " M. - - - - A Tie r.?v. MobiHer Harlan ha opened a Tk'oroiis .nVn-itoanii.a'tgTi in aid of lions Shepherd and tho Washington rircr. The veiioravj!3 W. W. Corcoran, whose name is a synonym for ueuoro-ity in tha ca'ioijI ciritai, i daily para led in Harlan's r: tstts; apcr as a swindler arid nu afsotiafe of Tw-jc-d. The stuff so far published i1 all Koaad and fury, signifying nothing. "Jol" are breaking out all over the preliminary work of tLerbiladfiphiatTit?nnia! baow for 'tis their nature, a one miht say to follow af;er appropriations. There is something like ten millions of dollars to "lay out' on the sliow and i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1874

o M f ! ! fl .7' ifMMT .J.'i XiT '.I TUE INDIANA; .STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, F E 13 IUI A 11 Y 17, 1874. I I I' IV V tub yriPe. ,,t , .it - , ' - " - r.YJOHNG. WUITTtEK. " From Vhool, and bail, and route shccarue,,, , The city' Mir. paie daughter, To drink the win ofmonntaia fair, -" Leide the bVarcaiap Water. 'J Iltrstp grew linner on the hil' .' '' That watch our li'jjue.stead over, Oa eheeic and lip, from sHiuuner .fields, Kim caught tue bloom of clover. For health com f jiaTfeltnu In the streams From cool CHac.rna stealing, . There's iron In our Northern viuda .nr pine are tree. of hc.t'.iug. sat beneath tha t road -nr rani elms That sKiri th: mowing nu-e.dow. And watched tiiegf-utle wj-st wind weave The fera. Willi thine and shadow. .1 sido her, from the summer heat, To i:are her grutelul ereeniug. "With f Ji ht ;ui burtd. the lanmr atood. l'.oa his pitchfork .'eruiirv-'. Framed In it Umj. d:rlt locks. Iiis face. I lad m.lh.ug m.a.i or ctmimoa, trr.3c, menly, true, llie tciiderue...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1874 6 THE WHISKY WAR IN HOO-SIERDOM. TEMPERANCE TROUBLES. TER SALOON KEEPERS MANIFEirrO THIT THROW A WET BLANKET OS THE WOMEN 8 WAR IS 8H ELB WILLE AND CALX. A HALT IN THE CRCSAPB WHAT AHE THEY OOINO TO DO ABOUT IT? I From a Rnlr Correspondent ol ib&eDtlDel.J Shelbyville, Feb. 10, 1371. The inclemency of tue weather for the last lew days has caused the ladies to cease their daily pilgrimages to the grog shops, and the saloon men are enjoyiüg a 'rest." The last visit was on last Thursday ,an account of which I gave you in my last letter. lAst Saturday sfiernoon whilst the ladies were engaged in their usual religious exercises at the Methodist church, an omnious rap was heard at tee door, and upon opening the same, in stepped an officer of the law, armed with a paper, which he proceeded to serve upon the President of the "Women's Alliance," which said "paper'' reads as follows, to wit: To Mrs. Johu Elliott, President of "T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1874

POLITICAL CALDRON. SEETHINGS FROM' BOTH SIDES AN AUTHORITY " ON COMIN EVENTS. THE POLITICAL HOROSCOPE OP INDIANA BOMR IUOnTSM VRT GUESSING. The Indianapolis correspondent of the Cincinnat Gazette, a living republican office holder of this city and the Intimate friend of Governer Morton gives a careful summing up of the political chance and to those who cam for the gain of political chanc?, it Is mighty interesting reaiinst. Under Gate of February 7, he writes; Although it is tour months before either the "ropobllcan or democratic tat convention will be held, there is a good deal of iuiet talk coins on in political circles, as to wht course will be pursued bv the respective par ties durins the approaching canvass, and mach speculation as to the candidates, both state and congressional. It is too early to predict with any degree of certainty as to what political conventions will do. so far in advance, but I will Drive your readers the benefit of all the gossip now atloat in politi cal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEB11UAIIY IT, 1874. 8 TJUlfVlJK PALACE. We have received another case of those very tine SATTBEKS, crl c-Ter tlicm at the low price of fifty cents per yari. V.'e offer ei tn bargains in a lot of , Bleared ind Brown Muslim in all width ALSO Tmfcej-äedDamai's,Tab!e Linens, Napkins, Toweling and Cra-hes. ALSO Jaco ct, Swisses, Organdies, Bishop and Y.cr a Lavns, Bri.iUns, NaT.sooKTarletoRS. Bcj-.i-icacs, xc, uc L S. AYRES Sl CO., " Trade Palace. S-c:cwrs to It. E-Tciitli ScAyres, ACV11D.. the hi n or. of the TVade Palace and the pnbT. ii-d-riied tier leave t" atnto that al t : is a cham-o in the f ni lie will coa li.i üchartre of the business as usnai and will he 1 to see all his fiieials. Very respect juüy. X. U. SMITH. j;r so Iii. MAUfJFI'.ET l'KKSTn.N. V WV't Wh! it matter by ami ly Whether v.j paih tj.-'.ow win In V'hetL'f ü won, d ihroush dark or liht. Under a uravor a pro'den nay, Wh?: 1 l'k back on 11 by aud by? What will 1? matter by and by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1874

V TT? o i 0 If s 1 YOL. XXIII-KO. 31. BROUGHT BACK BY TIIE SPIRITS. Ttit Ijasa CAMS TO U-iiv" INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER 1,741. SPIRITS linw MRS. uTiira BT THE AID OF THK AND A ' MEEJCM "A CURIOUS STORY. The San Francisco v;nronicie i by our present railroad system Inadequate for the transportation of tbe agricultural pro ductions of tbe west to the sea board, and whereas for want of sufficient competition, railroad companies seem disposed to extort rates of fretaht which are unjust and op- . . . -i . ,n i ir.uHnir account of nresfdve. therefore Die lor me ioi.uiuö e - of a ,1 tn nur senators maimer in which Mrs. Charles E. De and repnUtives in TOogresg to use their ifa nf tli a late United States minis- Ä t - A ua imnroveinent of the tr to Janan. acquired the knowledge of her navigation of the Mississippi river and all its title to somaluaDle property in that vi- important tributaries by the national gov- cinlty: nen . nt T.'" Cr..,. w Instructed to aend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1874

i THENDI ANA ST ATKEJTINEL. T ÜESDAY, FEBiiTJAIlY 24, 1874.- - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY .24. . ft.v u r:iiuine ground ine temper" - - In nvSr the linnor dealers believe the situation 1Dejnnu.."B -r - .. i :.. vr.Vinr li n ine wuuieu i serious enough to demand combined resistance. tTia Cincinnati brewers openeacoui. cil yesterday been done. but nothing seems u uavo . a 1 Ä tk Uar nt invasion has X uo Leen prospering in this state, wo surrendered Cambridge city yesterday i. last atmntrhold and the siens 1 O . : ri incursion into ana tosen- .u. . . Indianapolis iie?. - . . !l..ir MlAPd lit 13 UUUt I i hat TrA. rations are maitiug idly as may be for the advent of the crusade To that end CumbacK 01 unsavory wvv " i win nMn with a temperance speecu a VtA f t havinsr been established, HUU VUv vu a the women, with Lewis at raid the town. the front, will i' fascinating, as uayseeu seemo . .T, adornment for aspiring brethren iust t x'-w York state, the real farmers Hurt. ... ..-- . . , . j: .,Q I a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1874. " QcoD Pros IIiC Est." The following poetic lUustratron of thla proverb, by a famous school master, may possibly Interest some of our ternerance friend : , r,iat had John and Joan to hoard pfin folks in bumble plight ; niv tAnkard crowned their board, And ffiaf wUflUed each night ; Alon whose inner bottom sketched, ; A baby angel's face. ' John swallowed first a moderate sup ; But Joan was not like John, For wneThTr lip once touched the cup, ahe swilled till all was gone. John often urged her to drink fair. But he ne er cqsukcu r , She loved to see the angel there. And therefore drained the pot. Wnen JoUa found all remonstrance va.n. Another card he played , And where the angel stood so plain He got a devil portrayed, joan saw the horns Joan saw the tall, Yet Joan a stoutly quaffed. And ever when she 9' lzed her ale, She cleared It at a draught. John stared ; with wonder petrified. Ills hair roseonhls pate, And, 44 Why dost guz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, FEBRUAltY 2 , 1874. ! . TUESDAY. FEBKUAltY 21. The Ohiohavseeds have adopted the cold -water plank in their platform, and pledge the ladies their support in ihe present rightoas wsade. The Baez family has been banished the jlarcd ot San Domingo for the crime of out eing its masters. General Gonzalez h Taeen installed as governor. Commander Braine of the Juniata report! i amA imnanv with the Pctator -otf Charleston on the night of the U h That Tessel has not since been heard from. T the municipal election in Philadelphia Tuesday, the entire republican ticket was Mpplnre. the candidate for mayJCT.W" V. - T r or, received a majority of seventeen-huu dred. The last session of tne Indiana legislature made a law permitting accused persons to testify, and now congress is considering the ubject. It takes a good while Ifor ttason .r,rt amnion sense to travel to the capital ol tili lowjrer to ucake itsell lilt? IJ fVl 1' ' U w--.- (J known when it is there...

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