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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1893)
Greeting to the Alliasce-Is de
pendent on its Great
THE WEECKERS ABE 1)EI0UI0ED
.A Sneaking Effort by Men of the Rule or
: Ruin Stripe. Bunows and Thotnp- ,
son Held op in Their
THE SCHEME FAILED
Brother Thornton announces in the
Alliance-Independent that the at
tempt to place that paper in the hands
of a receiver proved futile and that he
gained a complete victory in the courts.
The Alliance Independent will
V - I A J - '
eeonuaue as nercwiore. ana we cod Brum
late Mr. Thornton on his victory. St
Paul Phonograph. v
A SNEAKING EFFORT.
A short time ago a sneaking effort
was made by the enemies of The Alli-ancjp-Independent
to br. ak it up by
securing some of the stock and asking
the company to be pat in the hand of
a receiver. It went to court, but the
mrt dee'ded that as it was doing a
good business there was ao reason for
nuttlnc It into the hands of a receiver.
Thk a loance Independent has
conss out on top with its colors fly ng,
and Its would-be wreckers nave simply
made fool of themselves. Superior
Guide-Times. ' . . -
S OF THE EULE OB KUIX STRIPE.
The Allia ce-Indkpkni ent, one
of the bi'Bt populist papers in the state,
has just come out of a very trying
Situation, in grand shape. A short
time since, a petition fur receivership
for the paper was Sled, and upon trial
the paper is found all "O. K." It is
supposed that J. M. Thompson, and Jay
Burrows are at the bott m of tne tight.
but they are whipped so far as that is
conrerraed and now they have started a
vaper in vain nope vi cuviuinir iue in
Their course snows tnem w oa oi tne
rule or ruin stripe; and- we would say
imllr in hv the naner that has staid
by you. Logan County Independent,
BE STRUCK AT ITS VITALS.
The Farmers' Alliance Leader is the
nwneof a new pteplH's party paper
(wJiich wa recentlv started in Lincoln
JAv Burrows, the founder of the Farm
rs' Alliance, but now The ALL'tNCB
lvuFPuiNn-RKT Ben tnr.nwn ie il is
known that since Mr. Burrows severed
h s connection with The Alliance
Independknt, he has been striking at
the vital of the people's party in an
underhanded wav, it is difficult to de
terrain as yet the purpose of the new
paper. Burchard Times.
A GREAT VICTORY.
' The Ali.iance-Independknt. pub
lished at LIdcoIb, has lately passed
euccesbfulJy through a v ry trying or-
C' ai. lnrougn process oi law me
paper was compelled to go into court
and prove the solvency of the com t any
operating it, as a receiver had been
applied for. The court, however, hand
ed down a decision in which THE All
ancb-Independent'S affairs were de
clured to be in good condition and a
receiver was not appointed. Such a
vindication Is a grea victory ior tne
Alliance-Independent. We believe
it to be staunch and true to the cause
of the iBdependunts, and recommend
' that everything the independents can
ao to fifive it support do done at onoe.
Long may the paper wave for the peo
ple's party. ijexingwm uupper-wiu-
Collapse of the Coal Conspiracy,
The Beading Railroad oompany has
been placed in charge of receivers.
The bubble it blew se lustily has burss,
and the concern which thought to
make itself the central support and
beneficiary of a gigantic monopoly is
worse bankrupt than before. For this
result, so far as the managers of the
properties concerned are sufferers,
there cwill be little public sorrow.
These men have been engaged In a law-
, . , : i .
Ijess ana - criminal . cifnepirnuy against
ie people. They have organized ex
ertion into a system an practiced it
without mercy 'upon a suffering com
munity. .Their laii ougnt to nave
come sooner and with far less calami
tous disturbance to other interests. If
we had had an administration out of
debt to moiiopoly and an at tor-ney-general
alert to do his duty, the
tirat conspiracy would have been
lyken up at the beginning, it would
iOKhave had opportunity to involve
oraer properties and other Interests as
it has done to the ruin of thousands of
more or less innocent people. As it is,
the end comes impressively. It should
long serve as a warning against sim
ilar attempts to evade law and defy
fiublic opinion. "The publio be damned"
s not a safe business principle for even
the shrewdest manipulators to adopt j
New York Woi Id.
This Illustration was fur-
nished us by D. Hill, the ever
green specialist of Dundee, 111., A
whose advertisement appears In
mMs paper. Mr. Hill is on of the
luVrgest growers of hardy ever
JVVMB IU DUO XJUIWM, OWm. A UU
jwlng and cultivation of the
..rieus species of evergreens is an
uterestlng process. Mr. Hill's
bees are all grown with a view to
the needs and wants of the various
States. Millions are packed and
shipped annually to all parts of the
states. For wind breaks and other
purposes, the bootch Austran and
white pines thrive as well in
North and South Dukota as In the
Mludle states. With Mr. Hill's
improved method of packing-, ever
greens can be sent two thousand
milt just as snfo as twenty.
Nothing will enhance the value or
add to tha beauty and comfort of
your farm more than a bwatlful
wind break, shelter bolt, screen or ,
hedge with some of tha various va-
rteties aaaptea ior id is purnoee.
. a - k 1 . 1 1
JSxpoilUoa. Address, D, Hill, Evergreen
BRIEF MOWS NOTES.
Interfering Iierua Glranrd from
People' Party Exchanges.
There are said to be 31,(00 idle work
ing men in Chicago.
Sixteen per cent of the- population, of
Loadon live oa charity.
Denmark pensions all working peo
ple oyer sixty years of age.
Arizona pins Kansas in giving to
women the right of ouffrage.
The Denver (Col.) board of trade de
mands that the state should operate
One facory In Frederick county, Md.,
put up 4,000,000 cans of corn and beans
Dr. MdGlynn, the ' deposed aad re
stored iriet, is mmfully ohampiooing
the cause of the poor.
The man who strikes for higher
wages and votes to lower theat, is very
properly reckoned a tool.
' Ministers in Bingbampton, N. T.
have ft rmed a coinbi ie to hold up the
price ior marrying people
The ('a ifomia legisla'ure has passed
a bill making it a erime to discharge a
man ior Deioaglng to a unl.a ,
' The Minnesota senate has passed
memorial calling on congress to take
possession of the anthracite coal mlues
favor of state
council of Mel'iourne
adop ed res lutloss in
ownership of ail coal
bt-r of failures
failures for last week
In 1866 the whole num
for tne year as less
A number of state legislatures are
considering measures taxing inherit
ances. Minnesota has paused a law of
Of the $265,0 0,000 raised for the
Panama canal, aol 180,000,000 were
spent for actual werk, the balance be'
Norvin Green, the president of the
Western Union Telegraph company, is
dead; out that monopoly is aa healthy
ana vigorous as ever.
North Dakota isn't anything if it is
not impartial, It gave one electoral
vote to each of the three leadiij candi
dates ior president.
A western editor has hen convicted
oi Digamy, we aiau't know there ws
an editor in the c untry foolish enough
tj marry two wt men
The labor comraUs'on of the English
parliament has been inves iating co
operative industries, and reports them
as oeing mgniy successtui.
Germany has at present t-ixty-flve
national trade unions with nearly 280
000 members; aa JncreasH of more thaa
ia.vw during the preceding year.
What a farce the appointment of J.
fjterling Morton as fecretarv of airri
culture is. Come to think oi it, wbat a
larce that department la any way.
The credentials of Senntor elect
Martin of Kansas, were accepted and
the oath of office administered to him
without dissent or notice of contest.
The daily papers are devoting more
pace to tne pn spectlve Dght between
Corbettand Mitchell thaa they are to
a discussion of ihe public questions of
There are more that 50.000 persons in
Paris who earn a living by picking up
and making use of wbat other people
throw away rays, bones, metal and
Warner Holt of Missouri, a third-
class clerk in the pen-ion office, has
been dismissed for havinsr stated to a
member of congress that pensions were
ueiig granted ior "Daldness."
The Boston Advertiser, a republican
newspaper, says: "The republicans in
Kmsas in the past few das. have been
acting in a manner that reflects no
credit upon the party in general,"
It is ooing to be pretty hard on the
republicans in having to crawl out of
their warm nests and hustle for a liv
ing, but they will have to do it to make
room for the hungry, shivering demo
The slowest railroad in the world is
the Arizona & New Mexico. From
Benson to Nosrales is eiehtv-eis-bt
miles, and the schelu e time is eteht
hours. The fare is $8.80, or ten cents
Those who voted for the sinele ffe'd
standard candidates are about to reap
the reward of their folly. A period of
unheardof low prices and financial
stringency is awaiting us in the near
A Jay county find..) breeder namei
his favorite jack after the attorney
general who made a democratic speech
in his settlement last fall. Whether to
compliment the party or the animal is
Andrew Carnegie presented a Brad
dock church with a $10,000 organ and
on the same day reduced the wages of
his employes in a ml in the same town
7 K v(' PLAN OF
i f s r raLL's
Msflra U!EE2SZ1 Worlds riiB
D. HILL ggSsK
STerrrwa Bpecisllst VWrS23Z7 T-f,
I ;,PTT mJLX i
y i2Mrf i"r'" 7 tiL
II 9 vmmm umh9 m www mm Til i r r i iim hiiwT
Ovar fifty varieties of hardy Evarvreana will b In thle axhlblt.
an evergreen gantonlr to bi planted la
Specialist, Dundoe, HI.
ten pero nt. What a contemptible
hypocrite Carnegie is.
The rensus fisrur s ahow tha". West
Virginia has more square miles of coal
tnaa Great Britain, derraany and
France oorabiDed, though it stands fifth
in point of annua' coal production in
the United states.
I'resident Harrison has accepted a
profess rship in the Lelaa 1 Stanford
university oi California. Se wlllchttose
for his topic in the series ot leetires,
''Constitutional Law." The course will
begin October next.
The men who took the places of the
Homestead striker complain bitterly
of the miserable pay ihey are receiving
a d of the treatment that is me tea out
to them. The-'e won't be much sym
pathy wasted upon thaa.
The Hickory Mrcury says: Since
McKinley has lost $100,000 by endorsing
tne notes of bis meads, he caa bow
sympathize with millions who hav- en
dorsed the views of their enemies; for
instai ce, the high protectionists.
Miehael Flurschetrn a millionaire
manu acturer of Switcerlaad, has be
come iateres ed in tbe socialistic col
ony at Topolobampo Bay It is is said
that he will devote a large sun of
mosey to make the scheme a success.
The democratic house of tbe North
Carolina legislature passed a bill re
cently taking away the charter of the
Farmers' Alliance. If the bill becomes
a law, its only effect will b 'o wipe out
the democratic party in North Caro
When Harrison places a state rights
democrat en the supreme beneb, and
Cleveland elect a republican as pre
mier of his cabinet, the lineo'demark-
atioa betweea republicanism aod dem
ocraey may said t be almost obllter
According to statistic by the di
rector of the Unite Sta'es aint, the
metailio stocks of the principal bank
and tr asurles of the United states and
Europe for 1892, w- re in th aggregate
as follows: Gold, $1,529,173,005: s'lver
$961 180,597. Total ge.d and silver,
Tbe Australian government has an
nounced its intention of spending
nearly a million dollars in publio works
arid f building several rai roads for the
Brtke of Kivins work to the unemployed
In Tasmania the unemployed workmen
have been hired by tbe government at
nve shilling! a day.
Governor Shortridre of North Da
kota, when asked to I ecome a candi
date for senator said: ''No, gentleman.
was elected by the pfple to be tov-
rnor of North Dakota for two years.
1 am in honor bound to keep my c n
act with ths people. I am not a sen
The E gllsh miners' convention
voted in favor of abolition of overtime,
piece-work and child labor: the estab
lishment of forty-euht hours as a legal
week s work; the mak ng of provision
for tbe sick a d distbled, and for orph
an h and widows; the collective owner
ship of land; a mlt suffrage, and the ab
olition of the house of lords. -
It is said that Governor Le welling of
Kancas, before the supreme court de
cision, was almost daily in receipt of
letters threatening him with assa-sin-
ation if he did not rec goizo the Doug
las house. There is no dount there is
an element in tbe republ caa party
which would stoop to any means to
gain their ends. ,
Mitt : Great : Piiwra
Nevw EilliBf to dsitroy ths wonteace of
Worms in Horses
A Sure Remedy for Worms in Horses,
Hogs, Dogs, Jau, an a bpiendid
Remedy for Sick Fowls, er Reup,
and is better known ae
BTEIETIE'B 104 OlOLSKi 0UEE-
ASK TOUR DRUGGIST FOR
STEKETEE'S HOG CHOLERA. CUBE
Prlc 60 crati; b mall 6S mM for oae 3
Sl.ftS, xprM paid; M.oe and pay
fourowm zprett. U. S. btaap taka in
GfEO. G. STEKETEE,
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
Ifsntloa Taa ALLiASoa-lMDipiironiT.
Fish Farm for Sale. '
acres of splendid farm land, all
under fence, good dwelling: house and
out buildings. 3 acres of bearing orchard
fine variety of fruit, a fine stream of
swing water upon which is located a
fish pond at a cost of 800 00, Including
stock of fish. The pond contains about
wo acres and Is now full of the best
varieties weighingr as high as 8 pounds.
1500.00 worth of fih caa be sold from
the pond eah year
PlrtA At farm Id SL1A aukM n it....
A . , Ul SO VIV VUl BVI U , bUlCQ
fourths cash, balance fire years at 6 per
cent, w rite or Bee tue editor or this
paper. 38 3t
mimiry of the World's Col urn ban
WM. HENRY MATJLE,
stamps for mora postage (m than vnihirj xu co,.) Write Unlay, mention this paperaod addrW 1711 Filbert St, Philadelpbl!
Blue Valley Feed Mill.
Positively tie best mill In the market. Has
ine lartnwt capacity, tne MghtHt running
moHt durable, and yet the moi simple in con
struction. For catalogue and prices write
BLUK VALLEY FOUNDRY CO.,
Please mention Th s Aluamci Ihdkphidint
when anHwerlng above.
KA1SAS : HOME : IDRSERT.
Cboice Frnit and Ornamental Trees.
Tried Sundird ud New nmtll Knit The
Kanra KaxpbeiTv a blackcap fur the million.
Write far reduced prices. A H. GHIKSA,
Box J, Lawrence, Kas.
ennne ALFALFA SEED, CASK
Millet, Spring Wheat,
Kaffir, Rica and Jerusalem Corn. Yel
low and White Milo Maiz, Black and
White HuUVss Barley. Brown Dhoura.
Onl-m Sets alt grown In 1892. For prices
aaaress, wicuetn s Klnntnm,
Uardea tMy. ft
f"N r t every description, Newfound
tmiiua, muiLitia, "I. uoiwrai,
Oieiiounij, Hull, Fox, Sltye and Crotch I crrieit,
(.ollien, Puir Spaniel. Bcairlei, Foxhoundu, Set
LVVSI SJ landi, M tiff , St. Heraards,
tertand fomtert ; alto KerreU, Mal.ee Cat, t t
fancy pigeon, poultry. Sind lUmp for
in, ue roi vintaii,
Herman Koeeh, 815 Market 8t , St. Lenta.
A dp ana Oomnlet Trasimeni. oorndxtlnii of Sat
pnatrw, oimauwi in waxum. alw ta Hn and nil
a PnlrivaCar for Kxlornal. Interaal. Bliad or Blewt
la Itching. Chrome. Roovat or Hirrlitary Files, aor
mat yethat dwnwaii aid InuiaM wattnnM It li al
wayi a great baeftt te tk general health. The Si
dimerwr erf awlteal ear rannerloi an oaeratlot
with the knlfc iiniilmr) kereHftar. Thin remedy hat
ww keaa knewa te fail. (I par kex ( for tft: pt
ay nail, war traaai. Mm Die diiteaee irhei
a wntuaa ! I ataitleF Htm with boar.
a reread aaaiaMy Ifaet eandT Snui atamp tot
8uanM aned St 1. H. Uarlei.
k lit amS tra. Uaaata Neb
IS IT NOT-
300D COMMON SENSE ARGUMENT
That we, aa manufacturers, can give
BEST VALUED YOUR r.0.1EY
DUALITY AND PRICE BOTH RIGHT!
yuauiy hi me iop, j rn;e ai. me iuilciiii.
iend for cstukmue, Illustrating our Chicago No. 1
ilnner. only S)M.?H, and the bltrhent (trade ninderr
itrle mavblne In the world for 1.HH. 2.") dlffiTem
ttylnii at Intermediate price. KKMKMIIKW
IV K lave you from one to three profit. VK Klvt
on day free trial. WE warrant every machine U
rear. WK furnlnh the latest attachroenU. Wl
tfr an opportunity to uire a eewtfg macblm
CKKK. Mention thl puper. AddreM
hloBB;o Hewins; Machine Co., Mntra.
N. Ualsted St. lept.A51, Chicago, 111
HOGUE'S YELLOW DENT has won
more Premiums at Stat and National
Shows than any othr CORN in Nrbrsnks
$t.oo per bit. 8iM'ks 20 cts. each. Write
for circulars. Address: R. HOGUE
Z S. BRANSON,
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER.
Mates sale la It ebraaka tad
of refaraace. Fonrwea j
Prleae raaeeaabla, aorreaaooS
ther tutea. Beat
ALLIAUGE SEED HOUSE
The Beed Bents for I be Feepla
Fkt I to 3 rente mu k. Other cheep in
umportum. W warrant ear Med I be freaa and el
ant ana'ity. AmS lr rautaa. la anyiHM
adm ataies pa P ' aJ parMne; w will
mS a aainpl faickM al oar aved PMRa. Aatnn
aeadtn wed hnnlt rnrnwraMid with u hrftire
byug. AtXIAMOB IIIDCO.,
PQ3 ARB VALUABLE
Hilt HT.f'i 1, lS4
raraara theaiS eaNn AT ONPH fr eimt-
Itre of cay sew fig ferret, wuh ihow tn
traiaa y a aaaay Ina enwa aad
ittga eves? year w erraaaed M gtva aatuf ae
a. If ear Sealer fUaaa aa heea Ibeaa wn
dlrtaaaie WT Ageaie attwi I, M BI
HIB. Iita.allhtt .UaveaparUla,
Percheron and French Coach
Maple Grove Farm.
Champion First Premium and Sweepstakes Herd
For tbe States of Emsas and
The Nebraska State Fair Herd Premium, for best show, all Draft breeds com
peting, was again awarded to my horses, making the fifth year la succession
that my herd has been the recipient of this muon core W prize.
A Nebraska bred horse, ral-ted n M tple Grore Farm, wa this year awarded
the First Premium an i 8weepUke- at the Kansas State Fair, In citnpeUtloa
with twenty-five head of horses from (We different states, 150 head of registered,
imported and home bred Percneroi horses an i mares.
A large portion of my present stock on haid, has been raised on my Farm and
Will be Sole at prices beiow the reaoi of any importer In America.
I am In a p sltlon to give my patrons the benefit of not harlng paid any fixed
sum, or expensive buying nd transportation charges in order to own my horses.
I cordially invite a carefnl inspection of my horses, and will guarantee the
buyer that my stock cannot be equaled In America, either in the quality or the
prices that I am asking. . , ' '
Write for catalogue, and don't fall to inspect my stock before buying. 1
We Handle More Borses Than Any Firm in Sehriska. ;
We Import onr own borne tbiu aln the cimtemer ths middle man's pront Bayers
nave the adyBtaK of eomiwring all bredi side by side at our stables.
We flare 40 Good Yonng Acclimated Horses oo Hand. '
An Importation of 40 arrlye d October 1. We marantee all our borne to be aonnd la
very repec;t. We make farmer coinpanlea a tueclalty, Haying a system whereof wt
can organize oompanle and lnaur abxelute laecew.
We Will Send a M to Any Part of tne
On application to aaitit In atvanlzlng
cuaanor 10 pay ior Dome irom aervioei.
lion thl paper. AdSrew,
W. J. WROUGHTON
in (how yard, with aharo
horaea must be void within the next aixty day at terms
A. I, SULLIVAN,
Branch Barna, Lincoln, Neb.
Well Improved Nebraska Farm For Sale!
One of tbe very best Improved Nebraska home farm in the state for sale
For particulars address, ROOT. W. FURNAS,
From the Gaw to theDu1d1pg Direct.
Jr' I Farmers Alliance Men Please take Notice.
wholesale Complete Bills for Houses and Barns a Specialty.
retail Write us for Delivered PrirA a,
aOHrlSOK UUtVIBEB COMPANY, Biles 1001 0 81 , LlnoalnNs
ALLIANCE STATE BUSINESS AGENCY.
State Agent quotes prices on the following goods.
A good common flour at 00 cts. per 100.
White Rose flcur at 11,50 per 100.
Silver Leaf " " 1.75 "
Prime Brow Sugar 14.00 per 100.
Best Granulated Sugar 35.65 per 100.
Fine Uncolored Japan Tea 25c per lb.
i2ic " "
Good Coffee 20o per lb.
A full line of Spices, Pepper, Cinna
mon, Cloves, Ginger, MuBtard, Al
spico, etc., at 20o per lb.
One gallon best coal oil with glass caa
J. W. HARTLEY,
Par aale br all Smwian era a late, or aant by
aaiptoi ai.wo. Aasur l aklrta, and tokeaeeiMt
, Partlevlar freet TIIK OHIO CIIKIICAL
W aiaU. adtlnaa St, &3, aa4 M Opera Uleek, IXUa,0.
and all othar Disease, of tha Beetaaeur4
Cllr, Ko.,wlthnut hnir. Dsattira or raoatka-nit nvHier W ralt until patienl l tired. W
alw make a m'Uilir of )04 uf U iiinad at llM of ll nam. Ueware ( alt ilft'tort
who w t anjr jwrt oi tair fea in a-lraii.-e. ra
aire luinrtre Hrnl (ir rlrfiilar llnif Bain
loavolilhriraidqu k tnn,Niv I'M
Dr. McClellan & Co.,
STAR MEDICAL AND
Mrwlal sttmiUott ! to lbs treat uvea
noae. tbruat ao4 lmi-. We aim bare a r)b'al rure f r ratarrb la a,l l fitrwa. CNtrowa
Uiviry ilea r llemorrhoi.u 0ut ana ail .'! of tha rwtaat ftwitivalv runni wiih
out the ue of kuiferauatkt or ila?atur. All fnrtn. 4 luaeaora of Ma la all xklivku 4 Ufa
are l-IUrljr atttl ailfrtirlT earwl, 'r further Informalb'tt vail la o a.l.lnwa,
0'p. fc Jania. ttutal, fcl ftwil UbKb. J. ,MoOt,f CLAM. M. O.. Kiimm CHy, Mo.
W. J. WROUGHTON & CO..
Cambndge, Pumas County, Nebraska.
Shire, Clyde, Percheron, Belgian,
German, and Oldenburg Oar a, French Caach,
rerkshlre Coach, and Clerelaad Bar MtalUejaa.
We irtre Ions time thn eaabUni
Correnpondeace promptly aawer4. 1
& COM Cambridge, Neb.
ENGLISH SHIRE STALLIONS.
Good Hoi ses Bring Big Money. Poor Horses Bring No
- Money If You Cannot Afford to Breed to
Oood Stallions, Don't Breed at AH,
With the animal now on hand we liavr won S Uraod weptaka
Prince over all draft breed !,; 8 hweepaiake print over thire breed; 84
Firatand IS eeo,d pmm in thrir clasitea. The above record waa ada
coititietition. beinir lunrelv at State Fair. Theae
to uit tie purchaser.
JOSEPH WATSON Sl CO.,
. Beatrice, Nab.
Soda i and Butter cracker 6c per lb. in
40 Grain vinegar injugs, 25o per gal
Lemon extract 2 oz. bottles 50o par dot.
Vanilla " " 55c '
Finest full cream Y A cheese 12,0 lb.
A good Overall for only 50c.
An extra good overall for 65,
ltockford halt hose 15c per dot.
. " " " best made 11.05 a dea
write for anything you eat or wear.
Stae Agt., li t. till It, Ll-vcal. Nt.
I1ILI. mi4R IOR OP CJI.ITahef
III cuui lrlly Onriroy tbe Onita (or TotMxsoe)
In anr torn In from Iwi Saya, JVrlwtlf
haraaleee, cause no sk-kima, and aoajr he
(iven In a cup ef tva or cvOjM, wlibout lb ,
nwleVreif ItM paimitwbtt will votunlaMlf
atvp tuaukluf ur t'tHwInc In a few aajr.
nail aa ra
bp Dra, Taoratoa Xlaor, Xaaaaa
a uta In lh etw jrmi will nnj ihm eian
of aumtrwd ao bare ben erJ s an4
Weal Nlotb bijww. Mutinu II S3 Hunker M Ut
l V Irate an4 Cbnmle Irtaeawe of Ue taaata.
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