The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894, January 25, 1894, Page 5, Image 5

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    JANUARY 25 im
knowledge of righteousness, all sense
of equity, and the liberty and power to
enjoy equal natural rights. It la In It
self monarch!-! taxation without repre
sentation or service exchanged, and
tends toward ever increasing industrial
despotism and slavery. It arranges so
f rut in claasfs one above another, and
-. M1U WCaJC anaai www - -
' nnmnlatptv mi Rhine'
those at bottom. It is the principal
v cause, direct or indirect, of every gross
crime and respectable sin. It desttoys
faith in both God and man. All this It
is and does. Why then have the
churches stopped preaching against It?
T$ Th workings of the whole damnable
usury system are very clearly revealed
' in this Carlisle-Cleveland-fiat bond
issue robbery. It amounts to this: take
away from the government the power to
1 make legal tender paper currency, and
allow the banks only to issue paper
money. Then give the banks interest
bearing bends for their non-interest
bearing paper. The bank currency being
s axchangeable for gold it Is virtually giv
, Ing government notes at interest for
non-inte-est bearlng notes u hose value
mt currency (Upends on, is established by,
governmental endorsements. In other
; , words, the government makes good ex-
D changeable money of the national bank
currency and gives it to the banks, and
then gets down on its knees and begs
the bankers to loan the government the
government's own credit, and agrees to
pay them and tax the people to pay
them five per cent, yearly interest on
- nnnn ueiu wuip - j o
fifty millions of its own paper, its ewn
credit. The man who upholds such
; folly, such Shylock robbery, such
usurpation on the part of the bsneflci
, aries of the government, is either a
knave or a fool.
Hawaiian Uaders, under the provi
sional government, it Is reported, are
completing preparations for the organi
zation of a republlo The United States
V had served as a model, says the New
York Tribune; but it aaas, ureal care
appears to have been taken in provid
ing property and educational qualifica
tions for the suffrage." The italics are
ours. The property qualification seems
4 j ha ! tha p va of the Tribune, an im-
provemem over our iuumii
the rich and poor. This is a significant
remark, considering its source. The
poor will not always have the ballot,
if they do not make quick use of it for
themselves. '
TuB administration program is a cor
poration tax, instead of the Bryan in
come tax. The corporation tax, ycu
see, can be shifted to the broad shoul
ders A the patient, defenseless people,
the people who toil. For instance:
levy a tax on the railroad cerporatlons
and they will fix their tariff schedules
to cover it. The people will pay it all
and never know it; therefore politicians
will choose to enact this bill into law.
instead of Bryan's. And it will not
' compel the rich to perjure themselves.
That is another and a moral considera
tion. Have you stopped to think that that
reoonsideratien by the Ways and
If eans committee of their vote, which
cuts Bryan's income tax measure out of
the Wilson bill, makes it almost certain
that the income tax bill will be effectu
ally buried for th's s ssioc? It was
Bynum of Indiana who did it by chang
ing his vote. He is the came man who
flopped from a very pronounced free
coinage creed to the support of the ad
ministration during the last session. He
seems to have very accommodating
Fifty million dollars bonds for ten
years means fifteen million in taxes
drawn from tbe people and given to the
usurers. Do the producing classes pro
pose t pay this tax, not to support the
government, but to support a power
greater than the government, a power
that demands this tribute from tbe
government? Which is tbe real govern
ment, the people, or tho bankers whom
the govern meat bows down to? With
out contradiction the less t ay tribute
or taxes to the greater.
Thi steel rail trust U paying one
steel rail factory la Marjlaad 11,000 a
day for discharging lu workmen and
manufactutlag no rails. So states
Congretsman Tom L. Johnson, who Is
part owner of one of the steel-rail fac
tories. And he says tha Wilton bill
proposes to leave a tariff on steel rails
sufficiently high to still protect the
trust. Those robber tariff Domoorats!
IIORMiUOWia cannot blow his bora
la the Supreme Court
t j t
llcsolailons of the mate Partners
Aidant Katlurard.
Kdltnr Ahiamck Indkpindknt:
W, the members of Eatarprtto Alli
ance have adopted the following ru solu
tions; Iwravlvf d. That we heartily endorse
those reoUMtut edop'et at the State
Alliance, held at UatUegs on January
Snd, im.
The a ve was duly fei nted at oar
rMule s-f loo f AUUmt 2041),
hM on January I3h, v,
Jw IIakiuik, Vr
W. U UutK'i i, Wy.
ft that vur t!caU rad via the
Missouri I'aelBa route for Han frtocttco,
Cat Uty tlitt 080 im U etrt
The rich pauper and the poor pauper
are both maintained at public expense
but the rich are most expensive. Ar
bor State.
Here is a lesson ia bonds. It explains
why some people want more bonds
issued: Original bonded debt of the
United States, 92,' t ,000,0f 0; 1 a d on the
above bonded debt 113,000,000,000: and
yet thejdebt is half as large as when
first contracted, and now that a gold
standard has been adopted It will re
quire as much taxation and labor to pay
off the remaining half t the national
debt as to have paid off the entire debt
prior to 1873 Denver News.
We are in receipt of a pamphlet which
is headed: Silvt r the Issue. Silver is
not the issue, and any party that at
tempts to make it the sole issue will be
buried out of sight. The financial ques
tion is an Issue and even that 's not the
only issue. There are several questions
of vast Importance to the people and
they should not and must net be lost
sight of. The exigencies of the times
demand a broad view of affairs asd the
announcement that silver is tbe issue is
anything but that. Farmers Voice.
FurTHS Aluakci-Ihkipssdent.
The G. O. P. broker and boodler 'tis plain,
H&va skinned the people again and again.
They elect them to efflce, and Just the same
The boodler that boodiea goes on who we
Pickpocket and parsons, and drunkards, and
tAnirlii -
Preside at the state house with gamblers and
Nebraska, h shown as Dlaln as can be
There's a chance for the thlet In the land of
the free.'
The honest eld farmer Is ragged and lean,
He works the year through a living to glean.
While the btodler lights down like a wolf on
on the fold.
And scoops up tho taxes, both greenbacks
and gold. .
'Ttf said Parson Andrews gets two thousand a
Which is more than the state allews him, 'tis
But its sot often the parsons to politics take
So keep him In office for morality's sake.
Up in Adams the Parson's a popular man,
They'll send him to Congress if th j possibly
If you want a gold standard, the Parson's your
He'd make a good mate for Sherman and Dan
While Mo to take a short rest
To care for our finances Moore's doing his best,
When one boodler steps ont there's plenty in
. store;
They'll ruled Nebraska slice the days of yore,
The State Is bard np and the treasury bare,
But a debt of a million no boodler can scare,
Stand up for Nebraska, for the OOP. shout,
Keep confidence booming or you'll drive capi,
tal out.
English as She is Spoke In Japan.
One day. said Eli Perkins in his Jap
anese Lecture last night, while in Yo
kohama a Japanese sailor was arrested
for assaulting a jlnrikisha man. The
English court room was crowded, and
desiring to hear the English language
as spoken officially in tne court room
by a wise magistrate, I crowded in with
tne rest.
The polite old magistrate wore sand
als, a kimono and silk hat. Putting on
his glasses he looked solemnly at the
culprit and the examination cummenced.
'Why do you strike this jlnrikisha
"He told me impolitely."
"What dots he told you impolitely?"
' He insulted me, saying loudly, 'the
sailor, the sailor!' when I am passing
"Do you strike this man for that?"
"But do him for it .'
"I strike him no more."
"Good," Bald the magistrate, "if he
will strike or terrify tne people with
enormous voice, he will hinuelf be an
object of fear tor the people. Goodbye.
Do not continue nere me otner time."
Lecturer's Blunders.
Every lecturer, fald EH Perkins Is
liable to blunder in pronouncing words.
Even tbe CheBtertieldian Geurge W.
Curtis told me once toat come fatality
almost always impelled him to pro
nounce "bottomless pit' 'plttomless bot.'
'One day' said Mr, Curtis, after 1 had
hurled the Infamous pro slavery party
to the plttomless bot In a political
speech in New Usven, I returned to my
wife on Staten Island. While I was
confessing my awful biunder my wife
suddenly screamed I
' 0 George I My neck !' "
"What's tha matter!" I asked, Quite
alarmed .
i here's a plUaoatier"
"A what?"
"A tappakUJer."
What In the world d you mean?''
"Oh. dear," she moaned, as she
cluuhej me ftautUaily. "A kltternal
ter! You know George! A yatlerktl
ler!" "O," I laid, krttshisg the harmless
ca'tr(.Ulr otT. 'now ( know how I came
1 1 make an Idiot of myaott to New
Havrn."' Nw lltvra )U-gUter.
Ijrea t'aaaiy ItaaHaa ta tawpf .
Kait.HU, Kan., Jan. 31. The coun
ty roraiuikaliuars Saturday refuted
the vffar f a cow promt at ad by
(miU I'm Tat t'omuiUalonr MoCon
noil. Tha rad a tasea for
Hiil amount to It J,s The otTi-r
r tJ,'MOt! old amtiV,
la Mad wtii now tlht the fa on
tha grwund ttt tiajittt and witfali aa
a wiucnW
A lMia fctllM ia (karak.
lf aa.L'i.1., Jan. JiTwa t hlna
nf a httfttUlttdor Kfl"j"l Ib a flfht
while attoalin.! hut lay a hod at
Trinity MethmtUt t:piamial vfcitreft
ytardy aherauoa and aa a retail
one will die and another ta badly
wwasnU'l k
An Outgrown System and Scclal
NO 1.
No one who is sincere and well in
formed doubts the existence of serious
social antagonisms.
No one doubts but those antagonisms
arise out of the operation of the present
Industrial system, and that this system
is now known as the capitalistic system
of production.
In what do these antagonisms exist?
How do they manifest themselves?
Are they necessarily involved in the
nature of the capitalistic system?
Thete questions seem to arise natur
al'y out of a consideration of the facts
first stated.
The thinkers and writers who seem
to be giving us the most satisfactory
answer to these questions satisfactory
because truest are these who start
from the propositions that the produc
tion of the means to support human life
and the mode of exchanging those
productions are the basis of all social
These propositions are not an evolution
from the inner consciousness of a single
philosopher, or of a school of philoso
phers. They are the result of a laborious and
painstaking examination of the history
of every notable society that has ap
peared In history.
The fact that Is made clear by such
examination is, that the distribution of
wealth, and the, consequent division of
society into classes or orders, is depen
dent upon tthat Is produced, and how It
is produced, and how the products are
From this point of view the final cau
ses of all social changes and political
revolutions are to be sought
Not in men's brains, nor in men's
better insight into "eternal truth and
justice," are to be found the true causes
of social and political changes, but in
the modes of production and exchange.
Not in the philosophy, but in the eco
nomic system of an. epoch are to be
sought the true causes of such changes.
This is the standpoint of historical
Materialism, because it is aa 'ism of
which the subject matter is uhatU pro
duced to support human life, how it is
produced, and how the products are ex
(Not the metaphysical materialism of
the 18thcentury.) -Historical,
because it exhibits in ob
jective facts a process of change in
time an evolution in modes of produc
tion and exchange.
. The investigation and statement of
this development givesthe propositions
Guided by the propositions stated, if
there is a growing conviction that ex
1st ing social institutions are unreason'
able and unjust; that what was reason
has become unreason, that what was
right is dow wrong, all this is proof
positive that the modes of production
and exchange have undergone such
changes, that the social order, adapted
to earlier economic conditions, is no
longer ia keeping with the present
mode of production and exchange.
The present labor organizations in all
"free" nations, and the existence of the
Populist party, so-called, are the reflex
in thought of the conflict in fact in the
whole world of industry.
This ideal reflection, first manifested
Itself in the labor organizations of the
working class the class first suffering
from the conflict.
Organizations have spread and are
spreading and will continue to spread
till all classes suffering from the collis
ion shall be inoluded.
If the economic education of the
classes suffering from the conflict shall j
keep pace with the intensity of their
suffering, it will not take a generation
to consolidate them into one political
On the ether hand, it is not to be for
gotten, nor overlooked, that tbe capi
talistic interest is organized In defease
of its "rights;" that it is In possession
ef the government, national, state,
ceunty and municipal fer tho most part.
The maklag, Interpreting, snd execut
isg of the laws are all doae la the inter
est of and in harmony with the estab
lished capitalistic system of production,
aa log Ically they shoald he. This fastis
part proof that trial is prod seed, how it
is produced, and how the produeta are
exchanged, constitute the basis of the
social structure, and thereby deter
mine the political and Juridical systems
of a society.
A brief review of tne hUtorlea gene
sis of the present system of prod action
will make rltsr the aotagonUro of to
day. It will be seen that the new prod .
tlve foroos have outgrown tho capitalis
tic node of using them.
This eoiiflk't betweea productive (tr
ees and nicdt of production Is not a
conflict engendered la thi mind of
snea-llkithst between original s!a
asd divine )ullo."
It oiiats aa sa objective fact. ouUlda
of us, asd laJ.pedeatIjof the UUa
aUu0f thsiua who have brought
Una. W. A. Jo 1.
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Wa e ! . Na Wa tal a akat
II id ra.Mw4t W Tf . Na4 IWw la
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taU I V Uaa H W Si) m ff kla i 0.
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Three Cent Column.
"For Sale." "Wanted, "'For Exchange." and
small adrertiaemenu for short time, will be
chanted threa ceata per word for each Inner
tton. Initials or a number counted as one
word. CiSh with the order
It you wat anything, or have anything that
anybody else "wants, " make it known through
this column. It will nsy,
WANTED Butter, mtn snd poultry at 231
South Ulh St. Lincoln. Neb. Highest
price paid. ;
UENTS WANTED To sell choice nureery
i- stock Cbktb NDKSsaiM, Crete, Nab.
liWB SALE A (rood lire Poonllst paper la a
1 towa of SOU) inhabitant, good raaaous
for selling. Address. Alliance-independent.
TANTED -Twenty thousand new subscrt-
TINGLKV St HCRKET, attorneys at-law.
im O St., Lincoln. Neb.
TIN LEY & BURKETT. atrorneys-at-law,
1026 O tt., Lincoln, Neb. Abstracts ex
amined. HAVK YOU anything to sell or trader Then
advertise tbe fact through thi column
and be surprised at tbe result.
AGENTS WANTED We start you in bust
nrss on receipt of SI 00 we will rend you
14 valuable receipts such as bow to make Shoe
UrenKluK. Extraels and tfnent-s, lolletHoap,
tlcky Kly Fa per etc. New England Adv. Co.
Lowell, Mass.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or borrow
Any thiUK. remember, you n:ls it badly if
von do not make it known thrautrh this col
umn. Only S cents per word each insertion
Cash with the order.
REMEMBER that Thb AI.I.IAMCS Ikdepkm
dent is the best advertlttlng medium in
the meat M ben writing to aay of our adver
tisers don't forget to tell them where yon saw
400 choice Eastern Nebraska farms IM clear.
150 moderately Incumbered. Price from S10
to rao per acre, wnie exactly wnat you wn
ana woere you want it. a numoer oi excel
lent bargains it takea soon.
C. R. BOATRIGHT, 301 N. Y Ufa lldg,
Omaha, Neb.
1617 Washington St, Lincolu, Nibr.
Books and accounts audited and adjusted
Disputed accounts prepared for trial. Ao-
counts of county officials and corporations
cnecici a np. Dimple systems or DooK-aeepina
arranged for parties bavins- little practical
knowledge of accounts. Correspondence
Fine Stock Auctioneer.
1 203 O St., klpcolp, pb
Van Morehead
Proprietor of the
SoutlAlMon Poultry Yard
has taken more premiums on
poultry than any other breeder
in Boone Co., Neb. Enclose
stamp for reply if you want a
gooc jtowi or Jggs.
For Sale,
Electric Motor
In good condition. Will be sold
cheap If sold soon. . . . . .
Corner 11th & M Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
Te Make a Trip to the
Best Alvantsge It Is Es
sential to
: : START RIGHT. : :
If Going to Kansas Don't Call On Us,
Anv point in the two Dakotai or Central Wvominir.
call on us, Because the Only Line running
Ul tect lu hhu niKniicuiau: puiuu, un lis
Own 7.'" rniies ot road, it is tne Best-
W. M. Shipman, A. S. Fielding,
Gen'lAfft. City T'kt. Agt,
1 1 33 O Street, Lincoln. Neb.
Depnt. Comer S and 8th streets.
Not ce of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage.
Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue of a
chattel mortgage dated tbe 13ih day of June
imw. duly niea in tne omce oi tae county clerk
of Lancaster county Nebraska, on the Hlb day
of June 1HM, and executed by H. K. King to
Buupbrey Brothers Hardware Company to
secure tha payment of the sam of 1 30.50. all of
wblcbsum togetner wun interest at ten (10)
per cent, thereon is now due and unpaid,
bald BorteaKe cowing and conveyinit ta tbe
said Humphrey Brnthaia Hardware t'nnpany
to secure the payment of said sum of ntunejr
one (1) four (4) sborel badger, one (1) mare
muie, Drewn, nine years am, one (U brown
home mule, about nine years, caltftd Jack and
Jennie. Default baviua beaa ta Kle la the pay
ment of said sum of meney and no suit or
other proceedings having been inati uted to
racoTersaiaaabtoraoy pari tnareor, and for
tbe further reaaon that said snartKitgee feeling
itaelf Insecure aud ansate, therefora tha said
marigaKea wt.1 sail tbe property therein, and
above deacrtbed, aa follows, lo-wlt: One four
hovel badger, one mar mule, brown, sine
years old, one brown horse muie about nine
year old, called Jack asd Jeoule. Alt of
wmrn property is new io na poaaeaalia at It.
t King on the farm kept by tliu near Agaew,
MMicaaier eounty.Nenraaaa. hald aala will be
at publte auction In rroat ot what U knowa aa
tae Smith fe4 stabla M. SIS "H ' etiaat la the
eltr of Lincoln, Laacaater county, Nxbraaka.
on rrtdav, fobraaty mik. 14, begmaiug aill
ciora ei saia aay.
Dated this i(Jrl day of January, ISM
ItUMfMas Haoa. Haauw.aaCo .
.'t Mrtaaaaa,
Attorneys at Law, toaftOSt. LfncoinNsb
TurkatlasH Joksana Jsmee H. Nawklrk.
and Nwtrs. iflrtt tiauia unamiwic, kia
ana i rwiiimi ! UMu .uwiiu.a
awta-a that a tfce ITtk af u Iamtiwtf, awt,
, 11 Mtrtll. a rwtitii i.t the Si.raaa mi.
itiit kank aa i'iiial.1 kriu. Si4 kta enih.a
ta Ike tnmn tuiui l wr ewttuiy. Na
'a. aealaai a4 Seraalaae, I w m
wtta t.iariaa I, Itaunlsg. Aaha aaHs aed
.4t U Hiak.a), tfta vlijatt aa4 a)ar at
au iaitea !BS aR1fa'iia a.-artaia lu.irv
aea iaaai4 kf tea ale4ate. t kar-aa I
rui.alae ant Aaaa haaaiaj tkarlaa M
Joimiki aa4 awae-t It tkla aiatiS,
r H at ) taa ( Uut .'sa aM aat
l m a ae h ttia .rwiaa n
' ka4r4 raat lf iti ktitJ4 4 taty
feat Sy as tka a t-aa kaat4 Iwat
euatfc at Ifca awtk a' In. ul ika wa (.!
klk aaa at. e I THI In Mattel Italkta,
Mlaf M laa ax.t4 put Hi , ams
e tt aat aka. a4 ika iU
lt S'ef tkat a t t faaut Jf. li wiaf
hi. .vt nt ail ltatnt tltte a4 ttlia fa.
at ittptitHi la a.4 ta ik ! a. UJ tkt
tea him mtf ka an4 hI wat a fr
tkaranl ttitita atai aa Iratd tha lawaai
aaa kle) with 4 aatt
aretaielra4 w tniaef said ketitkw a
a kalwa wan a "k tan
U U. Stt'aaiU, S-tM nall,
rr Tiaaiaf avarv, sieAtt fa,
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Real Estate total Biter.
Fine lots and acre tracts for sale near the colleges. Fine homes and business
blocks In Lincoln, and lands throughout Nebraska, for sale or exchange. If you
wish to bu), sell or trnrle write or call upon ma.
Attorneys-at-Law, 1026
Windsor Hotel-
Coy- Htfr Q Sts, Lcincolq, Neb.
President Vloe -
Capital, $2 5 0,0 O O.
First : National : Bank,
j i ttJrav .
uapiiai, - - - uu.uuUe
Sior-plvLS, $loo,ooo.
President. F.M.COOK, Ase't Cashier.
C.A.HANNA, Cashier. H. S. FREEMAN,
Vice-President Ass't Cashier.
N. S. Harwoed, John Fitzg-erald, J D. Macfarland, R. E, Moore,
D. W. Cook, Charles A. Hanna, A. B. Clark, T. M. Marquett,
John H.Ames, John L. Carson, F. M. Cook.
Price, $49.75.
A gents Wanted for the
IS NOW used bj ail the principal feeders
of f-tock, aod is better appi eciated as its
merits become known. It is nsed for stock
of all kinds, and yon cannot afford to feed
stock for market without it There ia
nothing that assists so much in
THIS MEAL, and you have only to use ir
to be convinced. ONE POUND IS b
bags of lOOlbs each. Price,
10( lbs. If your di aler does not
order and we will ship promptly.
Woodman Linseed Oil Works, Omaha..
Toarista from M Inn t sou Pwiats.
CommearlBJ October 6th. a Tourist
car karvs Minneapolis evrry Thnratlay
mornlnir anl rans to rue bio and via
Albert Juan to lulu in bus Juactlon. s
rivlnf at 117 p. m. and there mwnects
with our V. It I. A V. train No. 13
which will hold at that point for ar
rival of the II. C. 11. A N. train carry
Ids; that er, and via Kansas Citjr arrive
at rubio second tnoraing.
IWrlanlnf tX:tobtr lOih, Toorltt car
will tave Athnrt la every Tuaaday
tnnrnl"f and run via Wl8nai)lls A St
LoutaKy. through APfus U IVsMuinaa,
arrtvleif at alsjht and tnare lay over
and ha taha "Ulf Five' I'rl
4mt raorelsr. tnd run vlaOnta&a, IJa-
ctJls asd IViile villa to t'uchlo.
Tmuaila. Ia Vlitrt.ta ami ail ril n La la
the xith lwlBalnf lWt , ItHft lil
the MiaatHirl raolde rai have on sale
Turias tl-a is ta all wInU ta FlarMa,
liNrela, N.-rth Carol taa. south CaroU
aa, Now Matron, Alaiama, Tela, atd
lHitaaa tlcksts (mat to raixrn Juna
Ui. hJt. The aN.ia Is the Heuthsra
rataa V'tu have you tav ha lwsts
hr. Cult at Cltj Tlctst vfTce .1( u
ttrtet -.
Ti World tfuware altatm la
Jaauary, vt the tlUa uri red&g nxtte.
CU tUket vCWe. IJttl O strtet
O St., Lincoln, Neb-
PresldenL Cashier.
Nat'l Bank,
ffaraM fir Fin Xm
Kimball Pianos and Organs
tir.j.Oijiaha, Neb.
Oil Cake.
fattening as
Put up ir.
$1.50 per
keep it send us draft or monef
lUtUlMT CAK to cAiaroimiA.
Cheap Rate, Qwlvk Trip,
The travel from the north anu north-
territory, tapped by TBI Grbat
Boca Island Hoct. has denanded
srrvka of this charsctar, and brlsaias;
Octobrr 6th, tourist cars will leave
MlenajHtlls every Thuriday noratof
and Join the regular tourist train out of
Cblcsro evrrjr Tnursday alternooa at
Columbus Junction, luwa, at 11 1. M.
Oatrst Iowa and th grtatwrst slope
district of the ttlata. dt tnards and will
rtcvlve a sloRliarswie, and brglaaler
(Viobr 10th, a I'hltl t-Hk Islaed
Kirursloa Car will ave Albert Lea
evcrf TueJa tnoratsir, asd ft Uer
mora, Kt lK4f sad Aefttt will strive
at ixfcloir tat evt alar, asd W4
aaE A. M ft mi m tK ,H,r
1va, ' via Omaha, IJboula aid H)Kw
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