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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 20, 1882. 02SB HMDBED MILLIONS. THE AMOUNT TO BE APPROPRIATED FOR PENSION PAYMENTS. llcport of llio ITon;e Committee on Appropriations. An Additional Clerical Force l'rovidid for the Tension Bureau and Othor Departments to Facilitate the Examination of Claims. Tho House Committee on Appropriations liavo completed the legislative, executive, ami judicial appropriation bill, and authorized Mr. Cannon to report it. Tho bill, which wis grafted by Mr. Cannon, differs from previous legislative bills in making specific appropria tions for all employees in the Executive Depart ments, instead of leaving them, as heretofore, to bo paid out of gross appropriations. The principal features of the bill are as follows : It increases the clerical force engaged in tho pre paration of pension cases to such an extent as to enable the Commissioner to examine and ad just all pending claims within three years. It directs the Secretary of War to transfer all tho...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 May 1882

6 THE BTATIONAIi TRIBUNE: mSHING-TOlSr, D. 0., MAY 20, 1882, J AT ARLINGTON. Here flcep the nolilo and tho bravo In solemn quietude, Above. Potomae's jteneefal wnvc, By Lee's deserted solitude ; The birds ping sweetly in the trees Songs of their native land, .And niy?tie whispers in the breeze Float o'er this ailent hand. The clouds lianp; low oVr Arlington Like banner nt half-uj.is't, Seeminjr to shadow sympathy Cjirm the unknown dead and post. The sun looks down upon tho scene, And smiles to find it fair, And Nature Rives her purest sheen To clothe these hills so fair. How many youthful dead arc licrcl They died ns martyrs die To keep our siered Union denr. To save our land for liberty. Tiiey liad their jjlowiDK hopes, nnd eyes For all tlwt manhood sees; They had their loves, their memories, And nil that deifies. "Who knows the strnRfjIcs that ivcrc theirs When eauie the Inst good-hyes, "When with averted faces they Beheld Love's parting agonies ! May Heaven let fall her dewy tear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 May 1882

Kp rrnir HEE KATIOAli TE.IBUKS: "WAOTbTG-TOT, D. 0., MAY 20,' 1882, JidtZA "i - THREE GOOD DOCTORS. The lxt of all the pill-box crew, Since ever time begHH, Are the doctors who have most to do "With the health of k hearty man. And ao I count them up again And prai&e them as I can; Thcic's Dr. Diet, and Dr. Quiet, and Dr. Mcrry nian. There's Dr. Diet, he tries my tongue. " I know you well," says he : "Your stomach is jxor and your liver sprung, We must make your food agree." And Dr. Quiet, he feels my wrist And he gravely shakes his head. cNbw, now, dear sir, I must insist That you go at ten to bed." But Dr. ferryman for mo Of all the pill-box crew ! For he smiles and says, as he fobs Ills fee, "Laugh on, whatever you do!" So now I cat what I ought to cat, And at ten I go to bed, And I laugh in the face of cold or heat ; For thus have the doctors said ! And so I count them up again, And praise them ns I can ; There's Dr. Diet, and Dr. Quiet, and Dr. Merry man. The Independent. Ru...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 May 1882

8 TKffAlaxmAL TBIBUNE: TT-ABXSTGTOlSr. lOIAY 20, 1882: OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. WHAT THE BOYS HAVE TO SAY THE TRIBUNE'S READERS. TO A Fresh Supply of Ammunition to FIsht the Sol diers' Untiles A Significant Word A ho tit jhc Fall KlortionN Fiattcrliig Coui iiicnrtntioji From All Oror the Country. A COMHADK OX THE SKTRMIsn I.IXE. To Iho Editor National Thiruxk: 1 am still on the skirmish line, and will re main there until every ex-sold icr within my circle of .ncqn.iintr.nco is armed with Tim National Tkibuxe, which is batlling for our rights. Ii seems srrnugo to me why any soldier will hang hack after reading what it is doing for us. Find enclosed anotlicr dollar to help to keep you in ammunition to hatter down the n alls that surround such men as 1 ieelc. Shame on him a Southern Senator has more patri ot ism than he. Sly last " prisoner's " name is Joseph Farringtou. You will please send him The National Trirfxe for one year, in order that he may learn the truth. This is the third sub...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 May 1882

'TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." . ESTABLISHED 1S77. WASHINGTON, D. O., SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1882. NEW SERIES. VOL-1., N- 41. ','. TULLAHOMA CAMPAIGN. OCCUPATION OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE. WILDER'S BRIGADE AT HOOVER'S GAP. Plan or the Campaign The Flnnldns Columns. TVilder's Jlonntcd Infantry Ordered to Trot Through IToorer's (Jap liX Different Crowd Has Come Down the Road" A Good Fight. In his graphic sketch of the Tullahoma campaign, published in The National Tribune of March 11th, General Rosecrans alludes as follows to the part taken by Brigadier-General J. T. Wilder's brigade of mounted infantry in opening the way for the passage of the Fourteenth Anny Corps, under command of Major-General George H. Thomas, through Hoovers Gap: "The confederate forces had retreated he hind Elk River. In obedience to the order of General Johnston they were ordered to form an intrenched camp in front of Shelby ville and another in front of Tullahoma, eighteen mile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. C, MAT 27, 1882. stream -were hundreds of horses and men struggling to escape. Many hoifaes and men were drowned. Some gained the shore and stood wet and shivering. The sun was down as the last man of the two hundred returned and reported no enemy to be seen. The sick in the hospitals in Shelbyvillo took up the stampede and assisted to choke the bridge and add to the misery of the troops. General "Wheeler's cavalry never stood our cold steel. This day they stampeded and were totally routed. General "Wheeler had his horse shot from under him during the charge. He escaped by mounting another horse and swimming the river. The confed erate captain of artillery said that he would have given us a dose of grape as we came in town, but he dared not He was a German, and took his misfortune philosophically. Sergeant-Major Brant took a sword from a confederate officer marked "17G2, Toledo.' Lieut "Waters, of the Ninth Pennsylvania, was killed coming down t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 May 1882

THE KATIOKAL TBEBTJNE: WASHIGTO, D. 0., MAY 27, 1882. 3 7 OUR JUBILEE IN JUNE. MARYLAND COMRADES PREPARED TO WELCOME THE BOYS HANDSOMELY. The Grand Tarade and Camp-Fire Preparations for Hie Reception or the Visitors President Arthur and the Cabinet to ho Present, The Programme of Festivities. Other G. A. It. Matters. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Baltimore, May 25. Judging from the character and extent of the preparations being made by tho Executive Committee for tho reception and entertainment of delegates and visitors to the National Encampment, the com ing Reunion will prove the most notable in the history of tho Grand Army organization, and the affair will, in every way, bo worthy of the flattering and unprecedented interest which lias been manifested among tho citizens of Bal timore. Tho fact that this is tho first time a Southern city has ever been honored by tho Grand Army in being selected as the place for a National Encampment, as well as the accept ances from So...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 May 1882

4 THE ATTOTsTAT, TKEBTTNE: ASHiyG-TON-, P. 0... MAY 27, 1882. HE JJATIOHAL TME m (ESTABIISHCD 1G77.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. " Te cnc for iiih -who has uoowe the battlc, and roa HIS WJT.M ANO OBPHAKS." ACRAHAU LINCOLN. ONE COPY, ONE YEAK FIVE COPIES X'errna to SuJiscriliers, ray-tble in Auvnnce: (pOtTAOC phcpaid) $1.G0 - G.25 o;;e cofy three months - - - - 50 ohe copy six months - - - - 7.r TEN COPIES, (with cxtha copy to csmrn-UP of cvuo.) 12-SC A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our rArcR sent fredcn re quest. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING ruRNiSHrD upon application. xiS-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL A3 FRESENT ADDRESS, YITH COUNTY AND STATE. 43TAKE NOTICE In sending money for SUBSCRIPTIONS BY MAIL, NEVER INCLOSE THE currency except in a registered letter, a fostal money order or a draft on new York is the best torm of remittance. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided If these directions are folloved. 3N0 RESKN3I3!LI1YIS ASSUMED FOR SUB SCRIPTIONS PAID TO A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TEXBUNE: WASHHSTG-TON, D. 0., MAY 27, 1882. GOITEAU DOOMED TO DIE. THE ASSASSIN'S SENTENCE SUSTAINED BY THE COURT IN BANC. The Qncstlon of Jurisdiction Disposed Of Unani mous Opinion that the Jlunlrrcr's BIow Constitutes tlio Felony, o flatter Where the Victim Dies How Gulteau Received the Xcits. As foreshadowed in tho last issno of TnE National Tribune tho court in banc has rendered its decision upon the exceptions argued before it by Mr. Reed, counsel for Gui tcau, overruling the application for a now trial, and thus dooming tho assassin to death on the scaffold. Tho court room was crowded on Monday when tho decision was announced. At 10:15 tlie judges filed into court and took their places upon the bench. Soon after tho formal open ing of tho court, Justice James said: "I am instructed by the court to announce the de cision in the case of tho United States against Charles J. Guitcau upon exceptions to the judgment of the Criminal Court." Ho then proceeded to read fro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 May 1882

6 THE JSTATXOKAX, TBXBTJKE: WASBTNGTON, D. C9 MAT 27, 1882. MEMORIAL DAY. By Bhn. D. IIousk, As.Vt AdjL Gen., Dcp't of Ind. Why sob the drums with a sound of sorrow, That brings to your brows an air of gloom. While wreaths- are strcwn of our country's colors From the warp and weft, of Nature'? loom? Blare, brazen ImirIcs, your airs of triumph; lxit your wail'iiR sounds of grief w mute; Roil, dinms, witli echo of distant thunder, With breath of fire let the guns salute. TIiouk'1 our flg is seen at half-mast drooping, All grief to a ehttstened pride mutt yield, That it went and cttnic through elouds of conflict, No stnr eclipsed in its azure field. 0. foldicrs, who mi.s the touch of comrades "Who Mood by you when the Nation hied. Though your searching eyes, can tee no shadow "Where once they Mood, Mill ihey are not dead. Some souls wont out on the tide of enmnge, The ebb and flow of the Nation's bipod. Though they pa-ed beyond your call of hailing, They were not lot in the crimson flo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 May 1882

7 THE NATIONAL TBIBUNTS: WASHKSTGTOK, D. 0., MAT 27, 1882. 1 ( V 'N WHEN THE COWS COME HOME. "When klingle, klangle, klingle, Far down the dusty dingle, The cowt are coming home; Now sweet and clenr, now faint nml low, The airy tinkling conic nnd pro, Like chiming: from the far-ofl" tower, Or pattering of an April shower That makes the daisies grow; Ko-ling. ko-Iang, kolinglclingle, Far down the darkening dingle, The cows come slowly home. And old-time friends, nnd twilight plays, And btarry nights and sunny days, Come trooping up tho misty ways, When the cows come home. Wjth jingle, jangle, jingle Soft tones that sweetly mingle The cows are coming home; Mnlvine, and Pearl, nnd Florimcl, DeKamp, Red Rose, and Grctclien Schcll, Queen Bess, nnd Sylph, and Spangled Sue, Across the fields I hear her " loo oo," And clang her silver bell; Go-ling, go-lang, golingledingle, "With faint, far bounds that mingle, The cows come slowly home. And mother-songs of long-gone years, And baby-joys and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 May 1882

THE NATIONAL TKEBTOTES: WASHINGrTOSr, D. C, MAY 27, 1882. 8 OUR SOLDIERS' COLUMN. THE QUESTION OF SELECTING A GRAND COMMANDER. An Imlinnn Volunteer's "Views About Congressmen. IJcintorTinenJs Promised for Tlie Trillium in Its Iiattle for Soldiers' Ittalits. IionrOur Ciivnlatinn Tan Ho Increased to Half a million. a comrade's vinvrs about coxgbessmbst. To the Editor National Tumrxi:: Plcaso give me the privilege of saying a few vvoids in your mo3t welcome paper the sol diers' true advocate. I have been a subscriber to The Tribute for a year and a half, and find it just the paper that every soldier and soldier's friend should read, for it will enlighten the minds of the surviving defenders of the Union, and will show them who are the friends of the Boys in Blue, and will also expose those who are trying to ignore the soldiers' just right. If those Congressmen who have been opposing the soldiers Laving justice done them by the Government could have been by my side, and seen me while ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 June 1882

"TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877. WASHINGTON", D. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1S82, NEW SERIES YOJ" I., N- 42, MARYLAND W THE WAE. PATRIOTISM OF HER UNION MEN. HER RECORD IN THE CIVIL WAR. Assault Upon tho Sixth Jrnssachiisotts InHintry While Passinz Through the Streets of Hal timorc Artiim of 3tarthnl liaucsnd of Governor IWks Call for United States Vol unteers. I. The 19 th day of April is an anniversary famous in Massachusetts annate. 31 is the date of the battle of Lexington in 177G and of the conflict in the streets of Baltimore in 1SG1. In the first instance Massachusetts "was in rebellion, in the last her sous -were on their -way to "Washington, in obedience to the call of Freident Lincoln, to aid in sup pressing rebellion. To the Sixth Massachu setts infantry is conceded th' honor of being first to respond to this call, and the first blood shed after that at Sumter for the preservation of the Union was in the streets of Bal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 June 1882

1 2 THE KATIOSTAX. TBIBIHSTE: WASHIKaTO, P. Q-, JUSTE 3, 1882. Mr, sacrifice, and blood, at times, too, when . riy all Europe mocked at our calamity, .w.d beheld us, as many of them hoped, in the last agonies of dissolution, the govern ment and people of Chili never for one moment despaired of the Republic. They relied upon Ihc skill and courage of our soldiers, the righteousness of our cause, aul the justice of God. Just after our failuro in tho Virginia peninsula, when the life of the Ration seemed to be suspended on a single thread, lhat little republic sciz&l upon the occasion to pa' a large sum of money that was due to our citizens on a claim that originated in 1S10. Tliey paid me in gold coin, equivalent to the coin of the United States, when gold commanded $2.80 in greenbacks, thus mani festing in the most tangible form the confi dence of that government in the stability of our Republic Mr. Lincoln, in his last message to Con gress, devoted a paragraph to this subject. ll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 June 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBUN'E: WASHIKGTOr, X). O., JUNE 3 1882. WELCOME FOR YETERMS. A HEARTY RECEPTION IN STORE FOR THE VISITORS TO BALTIMORE. Heetlnpi of tho Tarlon Committees AnnjleJTands ProTldcd The Blue and the Gray Inf prcpt leg Letter from a Xetr .Terser Cora, rade, Ac, &c. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Baltimore, June 1. The coming Grand( Army Reunion will undoubtedly prove the' most interesting ever held. Everything that could add to the popular interest of tho event lias been provided; all the money necessary to give "the boys" an old-fashioned Maryland velcome has been secured, and representative citizens of every political shade have- united in the arrangements, extending the most cor dial welcome to tho delegates and other com rades who will be present. During the past "week the Committee on Transport:'. t ion has succeeded in securing a railway reduction on the eastern as well as tho western trunk lines. This, it should be stated, has only been accom plished wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 June 1882

THE NATIONAL TKTBTOE: WASHING-TON, P. P., JUNE 3, .1882. Ifl Phk Hatiokal Tribune (Estaslwheo 1S77.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, " TO CA!5E rR Hltl V.MO HAS COfWE 7HE BATTLC, AND FO-1 HIS Wit-J ANO ORPHANS." AeRAHAM LttvCOLH. ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVU COPIES rrrms to Subscribers, "Payable In Advance: (POSTAGE PftEPAlo) - - - . - .1.50 - - G.23 G'iE OOPY THREE MONTHS - - - - 50 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - - - - 7 TEN COPJES, (with extra copr to ccttcr-up of cluc.) - . - - - - - - 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUM3ER, of our faflr sent fhee on re- CUC8T. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING Fur.:snro upon application. ttTO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL A3 PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. S3-TAKE NOTICE I.N SENDING MONEY FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS BY MAIL, NEVER INCLOSE THE CURRENCY EXCEPT IN A REGISTERED LETTER. A FOSTAL MONEY ORDER OR A DRAFT ON NEW YORK IS THE BEST FORM OF REMITTANCE. LOSSES BYMAILV.'ILL.BE MOST SURELY AVOIDED If THESE DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED. .'iXTNO RESPONSIBILITY IS ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 June 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 3, 1882. . Mo.; Joseph D. Miller, at Kirksville, Mo.; Jen nie C. Prator, at North Springfield, Mo. ; John O'Connor, at Maryville, Mo. ; Henry C. Harris, at Ccntro Rutland, Vt. The Right Worthy Grand Lodgo of Good Tomplars of the World, at its session in Charlcs ton, S. C, adopted a resolution dclaring that whereas the Lodge has been pressing the tem perance reform on the lines of total abstinence for the individual and prohibition for the State, that the Grand Lodges of the United States bo warned not to be diverted from tho real issue by other necessary social and political reforms 'which can be advanced after this gfeastest issue is settled. The Grand Lodge elected Gcergo B. Katzcnstein, of Sacramento, Cal., R. W. Grand Templar; J. N. Stubbs, of Gloucester Court-House, Ya., R. W. Grand Councillor; Mrs. A. A. Brookbank, of Jcfl'cr sonville, Ind., R. W. Grand Yicc-Tcmplar; F. G. Keens, of Kearney, Neb.. R. W. Grand Secretary ; Uriah Copp....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 June 1882

6 THE NATIOSTAJ, TBTBUKB: WASHINGTON, D. C, JTXN"E 3, 1882. WILLIAM D. GALLAGHER. The early la3. of the war in Kentycky brought twit the inherent Uyalty of men vhoc duty to the Government and lovo for the Union overcame all ceramics n to the rlplit of coercion, and rendered thorn the mot zenious advocates of a vigorous poli cy on the jiart of President Lincoln and the Xa tionnl Coiwe''. One of the earliest champions of the Union party in the State was Jlr. V. D. Galla jwr, whose stirring verses were widely copied into other journals than thoe in which they lirst appeared, and struck a responsive chord in the hearts of the Union men of the border States. Those which follow breathe a spirit of devotion to the Union which the lap-e of twenty years has not dimmed, and which time only renders more worthy of a place in the literature of the period. At the dale of thoc jkicjus the Emancipation proc lamation was about to be issued, the one hundred days' notice had expired, and the rebels ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 June 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 3, 18S2. rv L a MILES O'REILLY'S WORD. Recalled at the dedication of the monument to the memory of General Charles G. Halpinc, " Miles O'Reilly," at Cypress Hills Cemetery, Decoration Day, May 30. 1SS2, by Comrade A. J. II. Dugnnnc, Dahlgrcn Tost, No. 113, Department of New York, G. A. R. "When, with their hearts afiamo, Each making manly claim, Out from our borders came, Soldiers, colliding; When wo were called to show Manhood the way to know Friend of our Land, from foe Sections dividing; "Words were as weapons then, Arming the souls of men ; Sword-blows of Mai wart pen, Battles deciding! Turn back the leaves of Time, Bearing our scroll sublime, Writ, like old Runic rhyme, Scored as with lightning! Read what our writers wrote; "Words at the cannon's throat, Words out of mine and moat, Dark shadows whitening : Words like electric spire, Petting men's hearts on fire, Lifting up flaming pyre. All the dark brightening! Cannon-wheels, riflin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 3 June 1882

- THE " NATIONAL TJEBTTNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 3, 1882. s OUR' SOLDIERS' COLUMN, A COMRADE CALLS FOR A "BLACK ( i LIST" OF CONGRESSMEN. lVliat Our Headers Think of The National Tribune. Slantlcrfn the Soldiers From Way Bonn South in Btxle A Slioncr of Small Shot. a "bivck list" of coxGEKSssinx "vA2rnn. To the Editor Kvtioxai. TitnnncE: While wc jwcisnizo tho fact that Tin: Na tional Taimrxn is a power in the land, yet in order to malcc that power more effectual all soldiers -who handle the ballots about election limes riiouid co-opcratc nnd givcitthqir mi diviflcd support. Admonish your Congress men at once as to how they stand on pension and bounty legislation. All that you require to make your power felt is to put your feet on the necks of the men who 0 to Washington, pud vote year in and year out npiiini your in terests. And yet you go on electing them all the same. Tho Congressman in my district is perfectly pound on that question. So I have an easy task. Our losi-dators go u...

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