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Postville Review (Newspaper) - July 16, 1887, Postville, Iowa Tha Postville weekly review. Post Ellb sat Day july 18. W. N. Btu Buiok editor. Blaine ahead. state Tion. Of Onvan the thirty Sovo nth annual to Pabli i can convention of the state of Iowa will to held in Desmoines on , a oust .�4tli, 1887, for the purpose of placing in Nomina iia Tion candidates for elate offices to to voted for on tuesday november 8th, 1887, to wit a candidate for governor a candidate for lieutenant to Vurnor a candidate for judge of the supreme court a candidate for supt. Of Public in full auction. And for the transaction of such other business a May properly come before it. The ratio of reprise sensation will to one Delegate for each county and ode additional Dulc Galo for each two Hundred and fraction of Over one Hundred votes cast for Frank 1. Jackson for Secretary of state in ish6. The counties in this District will to entitled to Delegate m follows comi ties. Delegates. Allamnkcn.10 Corro gordo.8 Chickasaw. It clayton.12 fayelto.14 floyd.10 the Toledo Hlade of yesterday pub la show a canvass of preferences for president covering 21,890 votes from every state and territory of the Union and the grand total gives Blaine 11,010, or a Clear majority Over All. He has a majority in every state and territory Ovon Ohio. With so Large and widely extended expression although it is Only a Moiety of the votes it is a Straw of More than average size and practically Points to Blaine s nomination if he will accept. Sherman is Tho chief competitor and to is Defeated in this canvass in his own state. The linger of destiny seems again pointing to Tho plumed Kun Wirht with incr ring certainty. Lincoln has the Lead for vice president. Coffey on which there is no duty was never As High As now while sugar on which there is a duty was never so cheap As now. Why is this Tho cases will some of the free traders arise Aud answer the Eoanu Trump sex. The above question which is going the rounds of the Protection papers As an absolutely Knockdown argument is too silly to Alt net the attention of a ten year old school boy who would know at a glance that Tho reason for the above state of affairs is simply because the Supply of the one Coffee is ment that the oldest nations upon Tho Earth did not dare attempt but in spite of Tho successes of the past can we not see slugs in Tho future which warns us to make haste slowly in our policy of foreign immigrants capable of becoming Complete american Catizon so that poll icons will have no need in Tho future of Means to secure the vote of the scandinavian the German or Tho Iri Idi st. Paul Farmer. Very Light not being adequate to the howard.7 demand while the other sugar is very Large exceeding the demand. It would mitchell.8 win. .loll.18 total in All counties of the state 999 by order of Tho Republican state Central committee. Cimias. , chairman. Conciliation. In commenting on an after dinner speech made by senator Hoar in Boston on Tho occasion of a dinner Given there to the Robert e. Leo Camp of Confederate veterans in which like Grady at now York Tho senator was concil Alory Tho Charles City Catizon asks whether Tho Republican party is generally going t abandon the bloody shirt or whet hot it is Only the Best of to party. Now to want to say that the world has never furnished such a record of Farmers boys. I once Hoard a gentleman make these remarks of farm life i have n horror. Tho prejudices formed in my mind when a Bov Woro so Strong that Lime can never efface them. My father was a hard working Man with no sympathy for Youthful feelings. Tho same daily monotonous routine was carried on year after year Tho Only intermission in my life Sciug Tho term of Vinter school which i attended. Always be fore Daylight i would hear my father s voice calling my to Rise and from then until dark my work was continuous. And there was no pleasant diversion of Timo for Tho overing hours. It was Tho Rule to go to bed Early so As to be up Early for work on Tho "1 remember that in All this time Thoro was a Strong dissatisfaction with in me. A longing for something differ ent and a growing determination that things would of different when i was my own Man. As i recall the time 1 can ree How much More contented 1 would have been under different Home treatment if Thero had been Homo pleasures and had my parents understood and sympathized with my Boyish feelings. As it was life seemed nothing wore Titan a round of Drudgery with no encouragement for the future and at Tho ago of 17, much against my parcels wishes i struck out into Tho world to try my a visit that i made in a Farmer s to just As sensible to ask Why Hay is now More than double Tho usual Price at this Timo of year and cattle loss than family two years Ajo revealed the Ideal half the usual Price Havo anything to do with this de Mand and Supply Aro Tho absolute gov conors of prices. The Tariff tends to decrease the Supply and enhance prices. If Thero is no Supply in the markets of Tho world the effects of Tho Tariff Are dead and if Thero is an Over Supply especially in this country its effects Aro also dead. But like the courier journal this Issue is out of our politics for Tho present and we do not care to Dis it Only incidentally. It will be docs Tho Tariff Way of managing boys. It was in Tho Winter season and when Tho Day s work was Over Tho family would gather around Tho cheerful fro. Tho father took life cosy in his Largo chair Whilo Tho Mother and boys gathered around a table to diffuse entertainment for the evening. At one time a pretty Story would do read aloud by one of the number. Skotch from history would Hanyo its turn and games and ozzies afforded much amusement. I watched these proceedings with much interest for several evenings when 1 asked Tho Mother is this Tho Way you spend your cuss Timo enough when a othe r National vie Ovon Ings a hero is your Patchwork tory is Wou. And mending most women would think their time thrown away to to Era in this weather when Tho Lior Raomon played like Tor gets so High that to look at it make smother usually puts in the evening,____.iu.,.__7. I. In., i a i i hours at making Timo pleasant for the conciliation As has the Republican party one dizzy anything like hard work in a b 8 Iid la. Irmo we Tell no it n since Tho War. Not a Man Hung for hot Kitchen seems intolerable How Groutt Deal better for them to have treason not a rebel disfranchised who n cd would to if Ono could find every pleasures at Home and be Happy has asked to be reinstated to citizenship and both branches of Congress even de but alas this cannot to done yet know Byg we to boj., and lhcro.8 to full of members who took up arms on Days Whon a fire is absolutely Neches use in trying to Mako men of them be i Ven Tho cab Spry one can Cook enough to last for Foro their time. To keep Tho boys a Large piece of meat and thing in Tho Lino of food already Cook contented than to be dissatisfied and Wanting to to Oft somewhere. You against the government. I von Tho cab sary inet at Washington and diplomatic to several meals. Sit ions abroad contain Ninny representatives of Tho lost to ask in All Candor what More could Havo been done by the North and How has it All Boon answered by Tho South p this history is an open Hook and it need not be repeated Here. To need not speak of Tho murders to intimidation the frauds on the ballot Box and the Nuin Berless other Means by which Tho South has been kit solid to the disgrace of Tho Namo of a Republic whose every should to n King. To do not and the people of the North do not hate the Southern people. It is their Metlio hate. W o hate Tho sin hum non Tho Minimi. Gorroll says to do not hate the Man that has the rheumatism but we hat. Tho rheumatism that has Tho Man cooked can to used cold or can to hashed or sliced and placed in a inn with a Little butter or Gravy oct Ever to Little fire will make Quito a Nico dinner dish. Thou one can Havo potato salad simply potatoes and onions chopped up Fine and seasoned and with pie or n custard or dessert also made some clays before Aud set away in the Cool cel. Lar one can Havo a very Nice dinner with Little heat or fuss. A Nico dessert for keeping for some time and one that Only requires a warm sauce for it to he ready. Is Graham pudding. Another dish that is a Good standby for support or lunch or is oven acceptable for a Pyroul fut it i Ltulio it Iota Olio it cart pc let u hotel table is potted meat which can to easily made and uses All the scraps of meat that Aeo Mulato. To Ono who has to work every week Day Oyer a hot 9tovo, Tho cold sunday pretty Well supplied with books Young folks papers games etc., and i begin to think it is about Tho Best investment we make for it gives them pleasant instructive i am Well acquainted with this family of boys. They Aro industrious cheerful and Happy and take Tho greatest Pride and interest in everything pertaining to their Homo. Thoy each own two or three head of Young Stock and every year a Small piece of land is apportioned to them for their own use and profit. Tho shall it noun oed Tho president has brought out manhood or consistency loft. Tho next have a Germany a Norway a swoon a single fact to show that he was not As break will have to Homo from the South growing up in our own land to their Royal As Grant or Logan. Not Ono. A oved to it said however these various ,8 thus Boen earned too far and a wish every Republican and every saw left a reaction8has set in. One of the Abies War Democrat in Tho North would take a our National character. Of Tho Republican journals Tho Philadel. And read Tho Louisville Courtois Roumal have to not been altogether too fast phia inquirer recently said editorially for the next year. From Wootz to week in settling up our National Doma Tnp have we not Given in our Oyer zealous that there is not the slightest Trace of filled with matter that Calls the it is Shieh uld Alden of to show that the president is Blush of Shamo and insulted manhood be pro8eivod with Skorod Flo pity for not Aud has not always Boon a Thor to every Man who has the least spark the Ohl Dron of the poor Amer loan work roughly Loyal Man. In a rodent editor of Union sentiment left in his heart it of ougroal0 timmrn5"thetoun a the Cedar rapids to publican says however dormant it May be. Never to a that during the late War his level. During the War was More disloyal sen Thoro not soon Home a Timo Whon this and s face was turned Canada paean to meets promulgated than that paper blood filled with Tho effete matters of j if it meant anything that he fled dishes a regularly and All on account ural t0 Cut naft Hloch to unlit of the Rebol aug episode. It insists that donated and fitted again for use in that or of course know to to false. Truo he this terrible act of insult to the South great heart of our civilization Tho City p was drafted a substitute but i so to if ? t a Skof Luis bedroom can find without going out of our own discordant factions making All Tho " need by All manner of wasteful and Village men of your own party who did Southern states sure for Cleveland next reckless and Tho Day the Samo thing and who have Nover year ton Rossoe and Virginia the when we shall Havo no Public Laud loft Beon b00used 0j disloyalty. Tho remont to ,itomd0ub.ful it Rrt Ott Good and for letter from Cleveland s alleged us Btl fore but now it olates they will be Tolble vean Why our pub to land should Tuto to Tho effect that the president unanimous for Cleveland. Thero Noy to taken up to hastily. Thoro would Nover paid him which letter has Booner has Boen a double in our mind but the to no Groat harm done if a Little Good _.,. In mgr for Evv. Shows the there was a doubt before there is none of that Timo will hear of the free who the president s Eno mles. I now. The question now arises and Stead ouly As a memory of the past. Republica j party for us dishonesty Aud will be he for the North for the next six Whf is a poorly. As manifested shallow Jaud Loose system of government and utterly groundless pre Tonso thatt a Homo who bad Felt the Iron hand ni0qe of a political parties has been oppression in other countries. For a v r if Inhat o Tho benefits result and we a �yo44llwii Dot bold Bev bulb that a it a a a teen months has it got the same Man. A Hood to sink All other issues and stay w by that the so Lii hasp of ing Agam very for the world mme a Tom his attempted. The raw a Goyert. The Soldier s Friend. In the matter of pension legislation no measure has Eror been enacted of to a Tob Imper Tahoe As what la known As Tho arrears Bui let us Trade jew history. To idea Jurewi originally Gay up in 187 when both Linoi of Congress wore Republican. What did this Republican Congress do with Tho Bill did it become a Yawp nay verily but it was for economic reasons indefinitely postponed although it Only appropriated nine millions of dollars in 1877, another Effort was Mado to pass an arrears Bill. Now Tho court. Was democratic and Senate Republican. What now was its Fate passed by Tho democratic House Defeated in the re publican Senate on motion of senator Ingalls of Kansas and John Shorman of Ohio leading Republican candidate for the presidential nomination voted and spoke against the Bill. Finally in the forty fifth Congress Tho House democratic Senate Republican the measure became a Law. One of the scarecrows raised by the Republican leaders Litho last canvass As All Well know was this that. Cleveland s election would end an j Ger Union pensions. Of course the men who taught this did not believe it yet it is doubtless True that some poorly informed voters did. Now what Are Tho facts it is quite generally admitted even by the Republican press that Thero has been an increased liberality and an ii creased Coli Evency in the Workings of Tho pension office since this administration came into Power. The report for the year past closed tells the Story. Of All classes of applications original increase restorative Thero Woro allowed during Tho year 112,340, Tho /cf?7 & in history save one and that one was the year 186c. Who in reason can complain of this showing surely Tho tens of thousands of widows who since the present administration came into Power Havo had their pensions raised from 88.00 to $12.00 per month Aro not complaining nor Aro Tho Small army of Ono legged and Ono armed veterans who during the Samo period Havo been granted a substantial in crease. Whether or not Tho president was right in his pension vetoes i know not much can doubtless to said on of Thor Side but Whon to consider Tho fact that to was warmly endorsed by Tho press of his own party by a very Largo and influential part of Tho Republican religious and Independent press there can be no doubt whatever but that the vetoes strengthened him with the people. But it is 3aid by some that the president is a infer of the old Union soldiers. Whore is the proof they say to has used Strong Laug ago in his vetoes. He has. But to whom to Tho great body of pensioners never. Houses this language Only towards those who Aro making efforts to secure Peu Sious on fraudulent grounds. That there Are Sueh no honest Man whom god has endowed with Ordinary Powers of observation can or will deny. But enough on pensions. Now As to Tho proposed return of flags it May to asked if i am in favor of returning Tho flags. I am not. Not that their return would endanger in any Way the hard won the Var but i would not return them for several reasons. In Tho first place the Southern people have not asked their return nor would they have any business with a lieu it they had. They Havo not so if a i know made any offers to return Tho Union flags in their Possession and they Havo Many. I Havo conversed with Many Strong Republican partisans on this subject and not our when pressed for an honest answer would say that they believed that Tho president was actuated in this matter by any desire to Pandor to treason or to Humi Linto the Union Veteran but that he was actuated solely by a Kosiro to further Iho reconciliation Botwood the sections though Somo of them of pressed Hei iof born of Courso of desire that his course will injure his chances in 1888. Does any Saul Man Bol Uvo that had bluing Boen looted and had followed Cleveland s Corso in these matters that n single Republican in All this Broad Laud would Havo criticised tils course o Back to the Timo when Chas. Sumner Tho purest and Ablest Man Tho to publican party of or produced proposed that As a i letting thing to commemorate Tho restoration of the Union Tho names of Tho Battles of the rebellion to erased from Tho National colors or. Whitelaw read then As now editing Tho n. Y. Tribune fell n at once with Tho idea and pronounced it just the thing and yet to is lashing himself into a Trouzy at president Clev Elands aet. When president Grant vetoed Tho Bill for the of bounties was Thoro a to publican in this Broad land who dared to denounce him and who does not know that had that Voto Beon Tho work of a democratic president that to would have Beon called a Copper Boad by Ivory to publican Sheet from Maine to Texas just a word now in Eon Chislon in to Gard to the g. A. R. Tho writer Bo-1 Longs to the Ordor and has loved and honoured it in the past. But what do i now see under Tho Lead of unscrupulous demagogues and Plano Hunters it has become Here in Iowa and to some extent All Over Tho nation simply a by Public Oak club. The grand army is held As a club Over Tho Heads of congressman and of candidates for Congress. When a member of Vongross takes his seat to takes an oath Tho import of which is that to will support such measures As in his judgment. Snail Best serve the interests of the whole poo pro. The grand army has in May in Bra uses said to him we Domand that you set aside that oath and that you support such measures As we shall the grand army is making history fast. Tho chief of floor of Tho organization in Iowa by Bis brutal insulting and Sodi Vitious language towards the president has incited several tracks Stripe to Wiite threatening letters to Tho chief executive and should to As a result of this encouragement meet Tho Fato of Gar. Bold who would to to blame at a 4tbof july Celebration in the Western part of Tho state one of Tho speakers was quietly informed that the g. A. R. Boys would not permit my to speak. Nothing daunted by the threat he assayed to speak Anda g. A. A mob with oaths and epithets drives him from Tho stage. The rank and Flo of the Ordor of All parties deplore Tho constant attempts to use the Ordor politically but Tho class of broken Down and antiquated politicians who by the skillful use of the wire pulling arcs at which they Are adepts usually Roach the therein cannot Roulst the temptation to Uso Thea organization a moans to Advance their waning up i Utoft fortunes. I my also to false Issue is being raised in the North i political effect of the order. What his in the attempt to make it appear that object was in issuing the order no one Tho South is incensed that the flags Are 1 a. Al .____0i,.,not to be returned. So far As the rep j Kadoms but bims of both supposition reson Talve men of bats option have sex that it was purely in Tho interest of rec pressed themselves Tho feeling is one of Onesi Patlon Between the sections he to indifference to the whole matter and a i Adrail the Monck 0r discrimination general admission of Tho fact that the flags Aro Tho property of the captors. Upon this head see the patriotic utterances of the governors of the states of virginian Ana Alabama both sex Konfed rates. But the world moves and it is generally understood that Tho War is Over. Witness the remont reunion of Tho Blue and Gray on the historic Field of Gettysburg u sad sad. Sight to patriots of the Clarkson Stripe. But it is said that a great Many sex confederates Are holding Olliffe. Yes it is True. Thoy have a right to do so they Are citizens of this Republic. Who among them Are guilty now of treasonable nets and until they Are what can be gained by ctr Nail hurling at them the epithet to do not in extending to these men the rights of citizenship endorse secession but simply recognize he fact that the Union is restored and that so far As known no one at present is desirous of breaking it. B. Nem Allks. We admit he above correspondence not because we Bel Ieve sue i discussions result in any change of heart but on account of personal Friendship for Tho author no less than from defer Enco to our Largo list of democratic subscribers who As a Rule have borne very patiently with our sometimes rather editorials. To plead guilty to the charge of radicalism on the Southern question and we maintain that this is and has been for fifty years the Only Teal Issue in american politics Rosido from Tho spoils of office. Long before the to publican parly was born in 1866, Tho democratic party had espoused Tho Causo of slavery Aud had become Tho willing look of and apologist for Southern ideas and methods. When the War dually came thousands of patriotic democrats in the North rallied to the defense of the Union but Many of them like Grant and Logan were Ever afterwards Strong republicans. But tiie rank and file of the Northern democratic soldiers Havo gradually drifted Back under Southern domination augmented largely by disappointed Republican Rodico seekers and various other classes with some grievance until in 1884 they in connection with their close allies Tho solid South succeeded in again capturing Tho government. Tho above letter of our fond is Only a reflex of Democratis editorials that appear daily in the Dubuque Herald Tho Stato Leader and other Parl papers which few of our Republican readers of. Erse and gives but one Side of Tho Pic Turo and that somewhat coloured of course by looking through party spectacle. As to the pension matter Tho ground has been Gme Over by the same author in these columns before or live tidally so and we will not go into details in reply As to do so would require both More time and space than we have at our command this hot weather. In Brief As every one will see at a glance when pension legislation was in its infancy Hack in Tho sixties Ami seventies it was so soon after the War that Thero was no demand for the liberality in pensions that exists to Day. Many of the soldiers and their families had received Large local bounties and when they first returned from the War Tho seeds of disease which they had contracted had not yet begun to Bear fruit by undermining their constitutions Aud they were Able to support their families without government Aid. And then at this Lime the government had just emerged from an expensive War. With a debt of to lire thousand Millious of dollars As a legacy. Under stub circumstances the old ions in Congress themselves opposed the legislation supported by Tho democrats solely for political effect but As thu years went by nearly All of the soldiers became incapacitated Lor hard manual labor and from this on Tho expenses of the pension Bureau will to largely increased. It will to but a few years now until All Iho survivors will to placed on Tho pension Rolls no matter what party is in Power. Tho financial of audition of the government is now such that it can Well afford to by Liberal with the old veterans in their last Days. It May be that the record of Tho democratic parly has from first to last Boon pro Oral gently the Friend of Tho Soldier but we opine that it will t Iko stronger argument and Moro proof than our Friend adduces to Mako the people Bolive it or to Mako Cleveland appear in Tho olo of Tho Soldier s Best Friend. It is of no importance whether or not republicans now in Postville hired substitutes to go to Tho War. If they did Thoy Aro or Yato Oil Zens and Are not proper subjects of Publio criticism. If one of them shall Bonomo president of Tho United states and they Are about As prominent statesmen As Clove land was a Sozou years ago and poses As a Friend of and sympathizer with Tho Soldier it will to Timo to bring up this record of specially after he vetos a few Hundred pension Bills we do not know As or. Cleveland was a Copperhead during the War. In fact outside of the look in which he lived seemed to know that such a Man existed until Many years after the War. About All that is now is that he was drafted and hired a cheap substitute. Whether or not Tho letter printed by some of the dailies purporting to to written by this substitute is a forgery to do not know or care. We have Seon no evidence that Tho letter was a forgery and our Friend of ors none. The attempt to make it appear that republicans charge that or. Cleveland fled to Canada to avoid Tho draft is absurd for All you Edo that he was drafted and hired a substitute and was thus Roli oved from further anxiety. This Obago would to almost on a Par with Tho Dumo Oratio Shargo published broadcast that Blaine was drafted when he wits not subject to the draft. As to Tho Rebol flags it makes Little difference what Strong Republican partisans say. The fast remains that the protest was so Strong and so general All Over the North that this president with the phenomenal vertebrae backed Down beautifully before the Ink of the Ordor waa fairly dry i so it Appeal s that our of Alfrad incl the president differ As to the and foresight on the part of the president. For nothing that could Havo pos slyly been done abort of firing on the Flag could have More effectually widened Tho . Our Friend does not consider the Dlf Forene in conditions Between the present and the Days of Charles Sumner s position on the Battles at the close of the War. Then every Oky supposed j that the South would accept the results of Tho War in Good Faith and the victorious North could nut do enough to show the South that although in War they were enemies in peace they were Only u 0 willing to to friends and Brothers. It was thus that Tho world never saw such magnanimity extended to a fallen foe. Allow this Olive Branch was received Tho history of the past Twenty years discloses. If Sumner was alive to Day there is not a Shadow of doubt but to would be standing by who Tolna Reid and All the republicans who believe that the War was not fought for a pastime but to pc serve the Union and to Gaia bloc to every citizen of this Broad Republic Protection and equal rights. He could do nothing else mid be consistent with Tho Brilliant record that he has left behind. When he saw the most rampant traitors who had but yesterday As it acre. Added perjury to Iho crime of treason returned to the Halls of Congress to oppose every measure of reconstruction and by every Means in their Power see of Cabarras the government that Uliey feed in vain to destroy when be saw murder fraud and intimidation All Over the South go in re Bukad in order that these per Jurers and their sympathizers might secure and retain these seals and that the South might to made and kept solidly democratic he would Havo hurled his anathema at the South even stronger than he did when  bully Brooks assailed him in the Halls of National legislation. With regard to the g. A. R. It is a matter with which we As an outsider have nothing to do. To May say a Renchel eally however that we have expected from the first that a rust to would to imminent when Tho administration was placed in the hands of its enemies. It could not Well be otherwise As everything connected with the organization brought political reminiscences prominently before them. As i lie membership contained a Large Mit Jority of republicans when the opposition came into Power it was unreasonable to suppose that they could remain quiet while pension Bills were being vetoed by the Hundred and the captured rebel flags were being ordered returned and when it seemed that All the guns of the administration were being upon them. In the Case cited where a 4th of july orator was prevented from speaking there were extenuating circumstances that our Friend carefully refrains from mentioning. The speaker who it seems was a Democrat with cop perish sentiments Hail just before made the most insulting and unwarrantable remarks to a member of the i. A. A. In relation to this la controversy. The democratic papers now attempt to exonerate him by claiming that his remarks were made in jest a very cheap Way of getting out of it. But we hasten to say that to should have Beon allowed to speak. Nowhere except in the South should Froe speech he abridged there if such an insult to the chivalry had been Given Thero would have been no speech and no speaker when the Clouds had cleared away As has often been the ease. To want always to go on record in favor of unlimited Freo speech North and South so Long As treasonable utterances Aro not indulged in. But As to stated to Are not hero to defend or condemn the g. A. R. Thoy Aro amply Able to look out for themselves now us when they boldly bared their bosoms to the storm of Robel bullets. Of Courso Tho Rounion of the Blue and Gray at Gettysburg was harmonious. Tho Battle ground is on Northern soil and Tho Sother nors Grady like have a Way of being very soft when Thoy get up North. But How was it when they got Back to Richmond with their guests Yos Tho late rebels have a right to hold of Loo if they can get it legitimately under the Laws to far As we know no Man Over objected a that. It is simply Tho manner in which the Foll cos Aro secured that republicans object to. At the Samo time it would look bettor if in Tho High Govor Mont positions men wore appointed who were not prominent leaders in Tho Effort id destroy Tho government. Attempt to disguise it As we May Tho South is on top in the nation to Day and Tho Issue to to decided next year is whether the Blu or Tho Gray were right in 1801, if Tho North was right then Tho Only course that will prevent the repetition of Tho disaster and pre sos Rve Iho fruits of Trio Victory is for the North to retain in peace what it won by War at least until the generation passes away that us Lily and devastating strife. Am binders and mowers. 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