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Bed Cloud, Nebraska.
C. L. SIathee & M. II. Wabx er,
EBITOKS aad P110PRIET0RS.
Ii lSINJSSS DIRECTOR Y
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
H0TAHT PU2LIC ATD S2AL Z3TAT
Red Cloud, Xchra$l:a.
County Superintendent of Public In
ilruction. V - -V - W
A.JLWXN. "JA8. LAIRD.
BOWE & L,AEKB,
Att'nes at Eaainr
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Will practice in all the Courts of
CoSftst1arqfctt & fioore,
One of ii will he in nttrnilincj at cncli
rtenn of the DiMrlrt Coiirl" of tlio tcvcral
counties iu lLo ltciiublicuu Valley. 2 1
T. R. AVTLLCOX. J. S. GILHAXI,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,'
Will Practice in all the Courts of the
9&" Collection Promptly Attended to
OFFICE IJ POST OFFICE
Red Cloud. ... Ucb.
T. N. RICHARDSON, J. A. TULLKl'S
: Richardson & Tuilbys,
.ISALLSTATS2; COL'CTHTS- AG31ITS
M'ill buy nnd fell Roal Rstato on Comtais-
f ion, anil pay Oixc for nmi-rriidont!.
Special ut'.fiitiim p.vca tul)oclinu.. Cr-rc-pomli'iicp
HrioJ. AM letters ofinquiry,
r on liuxiiiixfi pruiDiitly umsn-crud.
J. !U. lT2?eoBa:ara,
Buys nod sells Western Securities.
t&c?ioul lionds a SjKcialty.
OSOSC-E BUOa, Jun., - - PS0P2IIT02,
Good Accommodations, Livery and
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CleI Stable in Connection vtith the
This hotel hastccn rcttcl and refurntshwl
tbrouchout. Connncrcia ilem. RtirO'J .Men
and ml parties vimIjks UI int. Mill Cud
Eiuplo accomxsodatious at tbt Hotel.
U. WILLSOX, rroprictor
Good Stables, Good Beds, and Squaro
Meals, at Reasonable Rates,
The Patronage of the Travelling Pub
lic, Respectfully Solicited.
T. T. WSS3, Ppristsr.
Regular trips riirbe made bettieen
JUNIATA and RED CLOUD,
I shall be pleased to carry passengers
VDon the days mentioned, leaving Red
Ckmd at 0 A. X. oa Mondays, V ednes
iavsand Fridays LcavincJunwta,
3 T AX 6 A. M.. on Aue
ZJ? ywA Strdays.
,t 6 A. M., on xuesaays, xuuiaiays
G. D. PROCTOR. Proprietor,
TheTravelinK Pnblic Will Cnltbis Hotel to
Lc firt claw in every rcicct-
S'Cirriaea roni daily to Belricere. tho
enurest fclatbn on tae St. Joo A D. C. Hi K
VALLEY HO'OSE I
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
JOS. C.f WARNER. - - Proprietor
Tain Hotel is entirely r.cw. nnvmc ieen
builtibc iTcicvticz&on, andii Cttcl up.with
CCTOST A1D C01I732O32ICS.
BOARD BY THE DAY & WEEK
At reasonable rate.
A larse and contnodion3 STONE STA
BLK bajjuslbucnaddcJtotbo premises.
Iiy Meat Market.
FaARK H. VifARKEB,
TTas ju?t opened a Meat Market on
Webster Street, next door eotith of
Park' Shor ? ip where he will keep
and sell fit-ih meats of ail kinds.
IIG HE5T MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF CATTLE, HOGS,
Rsd Cloud. - - - - Web.
T, R. LEE,
Hastings, - - - Ptebraska.
Tbis o (ab!i.btncnt has Jut been fittoa tip
in tji'O'l Ft-1. nil U justUie plueo to enjoy
a ..ai of Iili -r'.
Tbo best euppliusattbe bar. 49-Gtn
Dr. T. B. WiLLIAFtlS,
IFa 5i 1 2 y !PIay siciasi,
Tenders Tiis services to the public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
OCico at tbo Red Cloud DrucStoro.
H. G. WEBER,
Would announce to tbc people of Red
Cloud and vicinity tbatb i prepared, to do
all tindiof iason work on tliort nttieo nnd
riw?on'lo term. All ric-8 miybts left at
ti.5 ofiioe or ai bi rwidpnee four milrs n jrth
aol llud Cloud, io..i, town 2, rango 10
Miss . A. ffiraasell,
Would respectfully inform the Ladies of Red
Cloud and vicinity that sho is pro
Iarcdto execute orders for
On band and for ealcafino assortment of
LADIES HATS, &c
fr?iss S. A. KUHSELL,
fin ZUcXUt's BuUJins.l
RED CLOUD, - - XEB.
La'.e Cashier 1st Nat Basic, Clarinda, Iowa.
. Eschacge bought and sold on all
cities of the United States and Europe.
COUNTY AND SCEOOL BONDS
Bought and Sold.
References ly Permission:
B. F. Au.K3T. TreiHcat Coot Co. Xatioaal
17. B. 3lnc.E. lrejideEtFxrstNationalBank.
l .snnJa, i tts.
J--nxBsKKSUAr. Cashier Pacific National
Bank. t'-ouncU IJIaS, loira.
CC Gx&TZS-zm. Governor State of loTra.
C. LaxDKCxix, Clerk Superior Court, low.
WOKS WICK &CO,
AB D2ALEKS IN
HASTINGS, --- NEB.
Takes this method to Inform the Public that he hat Just
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
Conmtina t part of
CAIJCOES.DABKi LIGHT fclNK, . '
nriAMTnU.'S. DKLATN15S. LAWNS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS & LININGS,
CORSETS k SKIRTS, VAILS & GLOVES,
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS
TABLE LINENS. & TOLLING,
PANTS, OVER-ALLS & SHIRTING,
ISTS SLISSf HA'ES & CAPS,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of ali Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOU& EISEAL & BACOEa.
And everything usually kept in a First Clasa Dry Goods & Grocery Store.
-T. G-. Potter,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
W. L. VANALSTYB3ES
PINE LUMBER, LATH, SKIE3GELS
Lime, Tarred Paper, Etc-
And every Article usually kept in a First Class Lumber Yard.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT CAN BE G07
XT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
' JF5 j f'
I am now as in the past, ready to supply my customers and the pnblic
generally, with anything in the Hardware line, at prices that defy competi
tion. My motto is
"Small Profits and Ouick Sales, for the Ready CASH !"
X keep a general assortment of Hardware and a full line of
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, NAILS, and HOUSE
TRIMMINGS. TINWARE, CARPENTERS,
and MASONS TOOLS. SADLER8 HARD
WARE, a full assortment.
FORKES, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, WAT50N SEAT SPRINGS,
&C, &C. Also BROOMS, SUGAR BOXES, BASKETS,
and BATH BRICK.
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD I
Keeps constantly oa hand the largest stock of Dry Fiat Lbr in the
SXJEiroS, 3fOUMEtfGS, LUCE.
aad aR kinds of
Oar stock is well selected aid patikaaiddiraci froa tac raltsVaaa wil W
sold as low as tkr lowwt. - "
Hattty, Wrtriiin. .
CLOUD, NEBRASKAHVEDNESDAY, JAK 20, 1875.
A' Terrier Tacslcs tie Wra Tea
JL fcan be cirBed & terrier dory,
A bob-tailed ornery cum
V'Aau that their purp got that there axu
M Into many an njly kum
f For the fcliew was on hii mcsele.
And the purp rras cu the lite.
Soto kick thatb-tnil tntailo
WJ ure to ra! a sht.
-A woman owned a Thornai cat,
. -T!iat fit at fifteen pounds:
AmA. ether cits got up and sot
X -- .........
'aWCaiaa and hla dctr rnrii Innc on 1v
Wha tlsn ffiprj. rit n. rt.nvA
' fi1.tio tbe woman he did dwell.
tj4gii dorg ho KTOwled ferodomily.
He tried to chaw tho neck of the cat.
But thj cat would'nt Lo chaw'd ;
Eo he lit on the hack of lhat are dors.
And bit! and chewed ! and clawed I
0 J the hair it flew ! ad the piup ho ycul'd
A tho claws went into hiahidc.
And chunks of flcih were pcclod form bis
Then he fluminuxcU, and kick'd, and
Tlio man he ripped, andcuntd, and swore.
. As ho gathered a bis brick-bit,
TMi ho would bo durncd es3ntially
If ho didn't kill that cat I
Tbc woman allowed eho'd bo blcfs! if ho
And she snatched up an old siiot-cun,
TThJch she. fired and peppered his dia
phrcgia With bird shot number one.
They toted him homo on a window blind,
And tbe doctor cured h:m up.
And ho covcrwas known to fight again,
Or to own another pup.
Folks may turn up their snoots at this here
I don't care a cufs for that !
AH I want to show is that fishtin; dojs
Hay tacklo tho wron; tom-cat.
"Let us 0 back."
"To tho States?"
"To Buena Vista?"
"Of course. Where else rrould we
The last speaker uas a dark-faced,
brigandish-looking man of five and
foity; his companion a handsome fel
low at least fifteen ycar3 his junior.
They sat in tbc light of a small fire in
one of tho famous rulchcs of New
Mexico, and seemed to bo alone.
Their carbines rested on tbo ground
beside them, and tho twain looked
The words of tho elder caused a
sneer to ruflle the lips of tho other,
and determination flashed in his dark
"I am not going back to the States,
much less to Bucna Vista, before I
have found the treasure."
'Then, by George ! somcaun will
find you in a gulch with a dozen feath
ered sticks in your body. Where's
"Yes. and if you'll go up tbe Rio
Giande you'll find poor Knight's an
atomy, and in the bet heart that
ever lived in Ohio is an Apache arrow
head. There were five of us when we
left Bucna Vista ; you and I are ali
tbe Indians have spared. And Heav
en knows that they are after us
"You can go back if you wish, Kyle.
I am going to fiud the treasure."
"What! go back and leave you
here? Chalbert Ro?3, you don't know
Kyle Bains I never mor'e half believ
ed the story about the lost silver mine,
and wc have been upon a wild-goose
"I believe we arc near the treasu
re," responded the younger adventur
er, confidently. "I do not think that
the information I gathered in Tao3 is
altogether deceptive. But we will
talk while we hunt to morrow. Kyle,
I guard to-night. Lie down and go
Obedient, the bearded man drew a
blanket about his person, and threw
himself upon the ground. A moment
later lie was asleep, and it seemed
that his guard, Chalbert Ross, was
not far from the land of dreams. He
seemed wcrn out with traveling ; but
there was a fire in his eye, and his
ear was on tbe alert for admozutioo3
Perhaps he. thought cf the three
Ohio boys who ia high spirits had
crossed the Arkansas at hi ride a
short time prior to the date of his
hpreseat encampment. Bravo fellows
aad full of adventure they were; bus
there were Indian arrows in their bod
ies, and oa the banks of usszpiored
streasac the slept the sleep of the deal.
Now but two of tbe Hula bind of five
sea who left the Bsckeye State to re
discover one of the many hiddea silver
ariawef New Mexico remaiaed, and
they had hunted many weeks with tbe
aaadaw f icaih's wing above them,
aad dark mystery belore,
: lac ftKw, isreatcd perhaps
to staw isMfiaatira writer, had lured
tacas ia tae galeae aad ckaaaa ef
taa, ta tae, terra uugmU of Aaar-j
mb. WaaM taey cTr asatfc? It!Btat
Chaibert Ross felt that sleep was
stealing over him whilo ho watched
his prostrate companion, and coveted
the refreshing slumber that closed hi
his heavy lip. Ho rose and ptced
up and down the canyon in the light
of the fire. Far above him glittered
the stars ; on each fide, dull, gray
rock?, on which hh giant-liko shadow
fell. Once ho paused und drew a
medallion portrait from hia bosom,
and looked at it.
Ho saw tho beautiful features of
girlhood, bright blue eye?, cad a
wealth of radiant hair, ao aureate as
"SbeAT3uldatkn&v .rsfiv.JSsrr' hs
murmured. "I look so old. I wond
er if all tilver-hunters get so haggard.
I ought to go back to her ; but not
without the treasure. No! r.o! no!'"
He repeated tho monoajilab'.o with
determination, and tho giant, talking
iu his dreams, eccmed to respond
prophetical, for he said :
"Then we've got to die ; there's no
help for ir. 1"
Ros-s laughed when ho saw that
his burly companion had spoken in hi?
blumber, utid a minute later having
seated himself before the fire, was
He did net hear the stealthy foot
step in the canyon ; ho did cot see the
figure that came from tho k'.ooiu hi
eyes had failed to penetrate.
It wa? the figure of an Indian girl,
who carried a how, to tho ttring of
which was fitted an exquisitcly-abaped
anow. She saw the deopiug men,
and never took her eyes from tncui.
Had ehe marked them for he shafts?
We shall tec
Stealthily approaching, she stooped
over Chalbert Roc3, and touched his
shoulder with her bow. The touch
roused him, and he look l into her
eyes astonished. She touched her
lips indicative ofsilencc, and, stepping
back, motioned him to rise. He
glanced at Bains.
The giant still slept, and, oonGdent
that he would not awake for a while,
the younger hunter arose and followed
the Aptiche girl.
Without a word, sho led him down
the canyon until she began to ascend.
Ho followed her up the rough path to
the country above, and on the cdc of
the gulch the preoipicc she paused.
"Tho country so far as tho white
man can eco belongs to Walpain, the
Apache," she said, sweeping her hand
before her. "He owns a thousand
rifie3, and more horsca than the two
palc-facea can count. Neva is his
child, and the only child he has. She
has followed the paJe-fsce for many
miles, and she knows what brought
him to Urn land of tho Apaches."
She smiled as she spoke the last sen
tence, and Chalbert Ross started for
ward with cagerues3.
"Tell me tell me, Neva, whero it
is ?" he crid.
"The lost mine of fchining silver?"
"What trill the pale-face do if Neva
tells him 1"
"Anything you ask !"
"Anything, ho say3," she said, tri
umphantly, in a low whisper. "He
says he will do anything Neva asks
if she tells him about tho lost rilver
mine. She will try him. Neva will
sec if the palefaco is as good as his
,lTry me girl Chalbert Ros3 never
broke a promise."
Then her right hand pointed to the
west away from tha canyon:
"Do the eyas of the silver-hunter
behold a fire ?" ehe asked.
"There is a wagon-train from the
white man's country," continued the
Apache. "Walpan ha3 faid that it
might halt ia his land, for the pale
face to hunt silver mines. In one of
the wagons is a pale girl"
Chalbert Ross started again.
"Will the white man swear to obey
Neva if she te!b him where the silver
b?"'the chiefs datghter suddenly
"Let him swear it."
The oath wsj taken.
"Now !' cried the Apache giri, in
tones of triumph, "Neva eoaBsands
the silver hosier to slay the white
With a cry of horror oa his Hps,
Chalbert Boas started back, staring at
the Apache, cursisjr. liaaself for hh
Fot a moateat ke did aot speak.
"Is the rilrer kuatar a coward?4'
"No I but you hare asked toa math,
Neva. It would be Burden' r
The Iadita girl kaghad.
"WQ, if tbe pale-face's word is
worth!, ke wiS die aaar ike teat
silver; katkk eyes wiS sever acaii.
Nerakasw where k is. TWr arc
reeks af fcraag wtaKk ; Vat taaakalt-
tou of the Ssaaiards gaard
WL. ..-. T -Ll :
a w wmmmmmn-
located the lost silver mine, and awore
to g jido the haulers thither.
"But first the white girl mu: etcp
upon the long .trad," ho id. "If
the hunter fails, Neva's shaft will find
his heart. She will meet him to-morrow
uis?bt. Cn he find tho fire where
hh brother slcrp V
tles," snwcrcd tbc yaucs tnin.
audthe next minute tho Apache girl
was Eliding away.
For awhila he stood alone, undecid
ed. Ho thought of making his way
to the curralttd train, and getting a
glimpso of the travelers; but, after
some sober thinking descended to tho
jLSLcSUie cvnyt?a,win.relQiapi hte
companion, whom ha immediately
Kyle Bfins was soon mads acquaint
ed with Neva's vutt, and the onth rHc
hud exaotcd from hw friend.
'Look hure." he ski. MWo can't
find the silver without the girl, that's
certain ; aed he won't guide us until
the white one is cut of her toad. A
little case of jealousy. Her red lovsr
has been smitten by tho pale girL
L'll atUsud to the business. L'vo sinned
oftcnerthaa yw, Coal Rom."
"But it will be murder."
"Wo, what of it! Nobody will
know it iu Bucna Viata or elsewhere.
It will give us tho silver!"
That seemed to decide Chalbert
Rose. He would escape the erima ;
but would he not be ;wriVpi criminis
to tho foul deed? In bn cagerncen to
find the lost mino of untold wealth
lost for three hundred years ho uovcr
thought of that!
The men kept awake'until the li-jht
of day tluHiipated the night, then, uftor
dispatching a frugal nival, they secur
ed their steeds, which they had turnod
out to graze, and gradually left the
"Yonder is the train! said Ross,
pointing westward. "We'll ride down
and sec where it hails from."
They urged their horses into a brisk
gallop, and were rapidly ncaring the
wagons, when Baiao drew rein with
an exclamation of surprise.
"I've been thinking for some time
that black mass was a party of In
dians," he said, with hi3 eyes fixed
upon a dark body approaching the
waon-traiii from tho south wcit.
"If they're Apaches, Ros?, we want
to keep our dUtanco for the present."
"Yes" wrts tho rcspoofo. "WtTll
watch them from thid point."
It was soon distinctly seen that tho
moving mass was a band of savage-?,
and some consternation seamed to
prevail among tho emigrants. Men
were .seen hurrying to and fro, ceeing
to their stcedi, families nnd firearms.
By-and-by, the cavflgei reached tbe
train, and'thc silver-hunters nw tbern
mingle with the whites.
For a few momenta tho intentions
of the Indians seemed to be peaceful ;
but suddenly n 70!! rent the air, and
the report of firearms followed.
"Heavens! they arc mawacreiug
the whites!" cried Rois. "Wo must
help thm, Kyle.,
"No!" was the response. ''The;
arc doing tho work yoa wcje' to do."
"I care not cried theyoung hunter.
"I want to see that girL TItcy shall
not kill her."
He unslung his carbine, and gave
his steed tbe shining spurs.
"He is mad!" ejccolatcd Bains,
dashing'aftcr him. "But l'll follow
him to the gates of Hadc3l"
He soon caught up with tho excited
Obioan, and together the Uain daah
ed among the combstanta, and dealt
deadly blows right and left. Several
wagons were already in flames, and
the emigrants were fighting for their
faailics like tigers.
Suddenly Chalbert Ross heard his
name called in a woman's psrisg
He turned and beheld a white face
in one of tho "battered wagons.
Tho next instant, regardka of the
lancs that glittered about hits, ae
cleared a path and waa aloRgeide.
"Kate V he cried, "how exae yaa
1 had hopad to find you, Chl-
I bert," was the weak reply. "I left
Buena Vuta My God I look, lor
your life I"
He turned aad straek tae kaae
aside, and tie the Apacker wkasa
kaads clutched it madly. Tsea a
press of foes bore bias bask; tst
again, after a missis's desperate Sgbt
ing, ke caste to the wagoa.
Kate Aykcferd's face wa
bat it was 59 rery psJt;
Xo aoiwer. HsttUd
Eow asadly awfr
"Cstaai' ka sriaaV aaatsa-
kaw iifatly kafeagkt, rka faadsc aaa
By-ad 7 aW Jkf4aaaa C tar
atUiaia ftas aaak Kjk
BB"1TT "" 'aaaaa aaaiwjBBBaaaBBaa;-' aappaa,VawjiF
E ", t v
foes, awl rodo away like tbe wia.
Hotly th l-:diAC5 par?edt b
they ut?cr caught th- msn who, ibr
the life of Kate Ayk-iiird, lock sW
She ww Chalbert Rcca'sOkto krrt f
hers Wis ftrt fo oa tfe edifici
and it was her fife that tks sUfsc
hunter bad promised Neva ta take.
Tbe Indiao gtr! never tael ilw kaat
crs again. In their huat for Tfajtlca
tbey forgot tbe !o-t tains, aad'yeaw
afterward a man with gray kalrs !
cd the viibgn of ttttens Vfeta.
It wan Chalbert Row. aad h iaSd
a talc of vengtcc that chilled wsay
a heart. Kylo Bain fell befjia aa
Apechd arrow ; but not until be coald
boost of aatudytng h& hatred of the
Wbrrc Kate Aylwford slp t do
not know , b..t thrro is aa
who eoald tH you, reader.
PaUhM i? tas Wwj 2m,
One ef Boaton'i bcaC'knowo laerciiauts
noted for lib shrewdncM acl pcti
UtyiUn, ltd a tottcaga 7Jrj:srjEt
short t;tno tn ann can off tKiorl-
outs As it ia aa illustration of lh
iniiHosairs's penotrAtiou in rout b'f
new ulfaiw, we give the fctory horo.
It .-ipptfani that the merchant wanted
another jptrJioer upon bU couRtry es
tate, nr UosUfln, sad i&n individual
presented Uimif for that CsScc,
"Under-'aud the buaincn?"
"Yes, bwm In it fur ywtrV
Whom hnd he livod with last? Tls
applicant msntiotsod a gentleman 1'ie
msrebant waa wU Rojuauitcl with,
stated tliRtho left for no ffuh, but
that hi former employer was going ta
Eoroup, had poM hw catata, .! haa
no farther u.-e for him.
"What weges do you cxpcct?,,
"ICighleen dollars .1 month."
Tuvf was RatomshiogJy low for sueh
a promising looking tobcr niAn, and
tha Ihrcwd butJntA man rubbl bis
chin thoughtfully and reflected (Eat
it warn burguiti lot but "waWt thctl
oQtncthinjr wrong about it?" Hit
habitual buinea caution even in this
comparatively trifling negotiation did
sot fonako him,
"Call to-morrow at thii ttrae, and
will have seen Mr. , your fume
employer, nnd ne you an answer ."
The gardener turned and began to
walk elowly away ; oj he did so ha
displayed two patches on tho sea: of
hi.i pantaloon beneath the lias of ki
"Hallo! here! eomo back hare,"
called the merchant; "you sneda't
apply to-morrow ; Isos I shaat Waal
Tho aitomshed applicant ritaisaaraat
out something about his kkowlUft f
gardening and good character, but
ww cut off short by th'n praatlesiak
"Don't want you sir; the pateksa
onjvour breeches arc on the wronf
ride. A gardener's brceche ought (a
bo patched at tho knees, aot oa tW
teat. You won't do for tci.
A Sntlo Dc3i.
A man living In the country, far
from any physician, waa'suddealy tak
en ill. Ub family, in great alara, aot
knowing what to do, rent fur x neth
bor who bad a reputation for dasloriaa
"Can'tyou give father sotaetkiag
help him? ' asked one of the
"Waal, I don't know nothia
"You know more thaa we do, hi
you can doctor cows. New what
do you give thera whea tkef'ttr1
"Waal, I allcra givo cows aaks
Kpsom salts. You might try that '
"How much shall we give kiai?"
inquired tho son.
"Waal, I give coW3 jesi a poaasl'
I suppose a man is quarter as big as a
cowgive hita a quarts of a aoaad'V
The oyster bedj of Fraaceaad Eagr
lanu, ia rpue 01 artujcwi propaga
tion, re practiHy cxhaastsdL
Tko proprietors f tka KoaaW
Tana aow casi their owa typ5, aad'
the tame plan m xbeat ta b ideas. atf
by all jtka leaiiag daikas af
Aa Athsu (Ga.)
dasgkters, 13 aad 1$
Brigkaa is geitisg tetter, altf
is sosae hope thtt k will oatlfa ast
Tka Makiag af dokV
grows witkiatk past six
years iato a baMM af tlai'fat Sa
Okie ii giag U ato tka
amlshawasLiaia reizlig II
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zvuiry to Xackad, by tka war. ia
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