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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1875)
0 SI NESS DIRECTORY
Attorney tt Law.
r. r. willcox. J. 8. oiLUxy,
l illeox Jt GilkaM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WT.l Practice in all the Courts of the
amT'Collcction Promptly Attended to
oFFCE IN POT OFFICK
Clons. - ' ;
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KOIABY niBIIS ACT llil IITATI
ef CW, KrttraJ.it.
County Siprrntnitlrnt oj Public In
Ctbb; Marqubtt It Notre,
" fne.fu. will . in att-nrfaiiee at rh
-, t.rtr. of thr Difrict Court of the rerl
. unti 111 the Kepublirau alle.
A. II, IIMWEN.
J AS. I.AIKD
BO WE eV LAIRD,
Att'ncys at Liw
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
MT Will practice in all the Court o
Real Estate Agerrte, fee.
"W. N. ItirilARUSoS, J. A. TCLLEVK
Richardson & Tulleys,
fk REAL ESTATE I: COL'CXIlTw AGSNTS
Will Imy ami rll Rral Et te on Oromi
aim. anl pay taxe for nnn-rwidrnt.
Kt.rial Uiitiin si ven to collections. Cor
rr....tiUnr foliritrtl. AM Ictterf of inquiry.
r n bui'inr- pmuiptijr arnwercu.
It ED CLOUD.
I. Iff. Free 111 mm,
J I'M ATA,
Buys ami ."ell- Western Securities.
A 9$rScInut1 Ilitmf n Specialty.
Real Estate Dealers,
llarr crtiUmtlr for ! a larse quart! it
nf -1iiW l.aii.U in S.titlirrn N;lrasu.
yvl-i int) nii'l r I imul mi (uiimii"n anil
.aj Txe tor liiili-rrMdllt.
- At rntion nl tirm to the piw"tt
ti n f llpla"nii Itrfin- thrlocnl n'i-1 Kr11cr.il
Ljii.1 ntlirra. ami ,"ecrrtary of tli" hit rior.
W. K T1IOIWE
N always ready fo do work in his
li-ir nt any titue. Call on or addre
h'm at '.Veils P. 0 . Webster county.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
E. S.BILL. - - Proprietor.
41mmH NlnblriN :rcll allh tbr
Thi hotel hatbeen rnfittnl and rrfumil)rl
t lirouchout. '"otiime cin Mm. Kailrnsd .Men
Kiidall iriie vi:tinc Itrd "nnd. will find
tuple arcouituodatinbf at tUl Hotel.
Red Cloud Mill's!
We are prepared to do cus
Flour Feed and
Qorti Mel fop Kale.
BST" Sati?factinn cu nrantced in
quality of fl'tur stu.u, and custom
WditK. Farmers hould be particular
to aecur the best f need wheat.
Potter Sl Frisbie!
A. B. HAJSWER.
at the Billiard Hall, REiCi.ori.
j0rShavifi, Shampooing and Hair
Cutting in the highest style of the
City Jffeat Market.
JOHN H. OALTON.
Has just opened a Meat Market on
Webster Street, next door south of
2'ark's Shot )p where he will keep
aud sell fresh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF CATTLE. HOGS,
AND HIDES. nl2
Bed Cloud. - - - - Neb.
Wines & Xaiquon
Chela, Sntkiag, Tobacct
OF ALL KINDS,
Frsh Laper Beer frwa " Aflope "
Brewery, conatantly a haaJ.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
I. W. TUULEYfl,
HOMCEOP ATHIC PHYSICIAN
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Office 3d door Soatl of Court House.
led&taee Cm Kit tut tf led Clcuf.
R. R. SHERER.
Office ia City Drs Start.
BKI LOUD. KEBUASK4.
T. I. WEBB, PropriHcr.
Regular trips will be ide between
HASTINGS and RED CLOUD
I shall be p!eaed to carry pawnper
tipon the dayf tuentioned. leaving Re
Cloud at 6 A M on Mondays. Wedne
davs and Fridays. Leavinp Hastings
at fi A. M., on Tuesday, Thursdays
HmJr Fare Rates
Republic a Talley.
E. B. SOLVES, Proprietor.
This Stape Line running from
B!oontinjftnn to Guide Rock connects
with the line frnui the north, also the
one coming from the Niuth.
Arrives at Red Cloud (from the west)
Mondays and Thursdays, and returns
Tuedavs and Fiidnj!".
Good time ; sober drivers and com
HAMPTON 4 RALSTON.
IlavitiK leaded the Wagon and Black
Miiith shop, lately occupied by Iru
Sleeper, are now prepared to do every
tiling iu the line of
Repairt'd on short notice and iu a
WAflUXS AM) UtlMKS MADE TO
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
R t YKli TUX A li VEtt TISEMhSTS.
J. D. WC0D3.
Physician & Surgeon
Will devote hi whole time exelu
ive!y to the practice of medicine.
Otfice at Rtvci ton Hoiim'.
uS ly RtVKitTox, Nkb.
W. C. THOMPSON, - - Prop.
Will entertain his guests in the most
gentleman-like manner, with u good
fare as the market affords-.
To the traveling public we would say fire
him a call.
2I7EBT0K. - - - VEBSASSA.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
270T1BT PVBLIC AND BEAL ESTATE
RtvertM Fraaklin Cewiry Nebraska.
dClaim? for sale and tailoring done in
the ltai !u le.
DO YOU KNOW
THERE IS A
Where 3-00 can get anything you
want iu the line of Pure Drugs. Medi
cines, and in fact all articles usually
kept in a Grat-clasa Drug Store.
Pure Wines and Liquors
for aedicinal use.
Physicians prescriptions carefully
compounded day or ught.
1Q-Ctom(r t rented with respect and
an occasional cigar.
GIVE IIIM A CALL.
E. M. RAZEE,
ErTEETOJ, ... XESBASXA.
Notice is hereby givew. That I will
exaaiae all persons wko aiay desire to
after themselves as candidates for
teachers of the primary or common
schools of the couatv, at my office in
Red Cload, on the first Satardav cf
Attgust, November, February and
May. H. S. K4LET,
VA9BKKt -wantrt frrrtwo Faperb
wBnwerktefrma art, "iuki Mmm
away aai k r PeU.' ami tke aretr vair.
n "Wiart k mfmjUtx iu e haw aa -xa
wve eaoaafc for the staiplMt. Mli
ra.M. aad taka e aickt We gaaraatM
tmb !. srgtta. aad aaiek retana.
AajrathreBiaa- who will take aakl oaa
aalca aaaarcwe iaeae. teai for ar
" IU Monroe 5u CWeifa.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
HEP CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Aoff'cnrtn thin Column 10 Oak a Line
arrival a4 Wmmrtmtr af
ftmm the X Ctoatf r. .
JrNiATA Ijaves Monday's
Wednesday's and Friday 7 a bq.
Mail closed 9 p. sa. AirivesTue-
day Thursday and Saturday's? p. :.
HabvaKD Leaves Tuesday's and
FridavV 6 p. nt. arrives Taesday s
and Friday's 5 p. m. Mail closed
fl p. m.
Fraski.15, going east, Monday's
and Thursday's 2 p. m. Going west
Tuesday's and Friday's 10 a. m.
PI.EA6A9T H11.L leaves Thursdays 6
a. m. Arrive.- Wednesday's 4 p. in.
Mail eluded 9 p. b.
Jewell. Kanaas, arrives Friday's
'l m. Leaves Friday 1 p. m.
Rt.EL, Kana!, arrives Thursday's
la. m. Jeaves Thursday 1 p. m.
Office open from 4 uutill C p. m.
AH registered matter mu-t be in
the evening before the mails leave.
M. B. McNirr. P. M.
Serviees eycry first and .third Sab
baths of each month at Red Cloud
and Inavale. 7 o'clock P. M. at
Red Cloud. 2 o'clock P. u. at Iu
avale. Every second and fourth
Sabbaths at Batin and Harmony
Precincts. Rev. A. Maxwell,
BA1TIST CHURCH Rev. Tiios.
Mux low, Pastor. Services every
fourth Sabbath at 7$ l M.
Sabbath School every Sabbath
morning at 10 1. M.
J. Q. Potter, Supt.
U. S. Land Ofku'e,
October -tJth 175.)
Comiilaint having been entered at
this olEee by Jame H. Miluer,
agains 1'etcr Radicao for
abandonitii: his homestead entry. No.
17."3, dated Dee. 6th, 1873, upon the
northca-t quarter, Sec 30. township
4. range 10 west, iu Webster county,
Nebraska, with a view to the cancella
'ion of said entry: the said parties are
hereby t-umuioned to apear at this
office on the 6th day of December,
1875. at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said
Webster Eaton Register.
13-4t KvaM Woktih.no, Receiver.
John Conolly. I Webster Co., Neb.
Defendant will take notice that an
order of attachment was issued in the
above catie Uy I. W. Tullevs, Probate
Judge, on Oct. 2Ut, 1875, for the sum
of forty (40) dollars and costs.
Wii.i.rox & GlLHAM,
1 l-3t Attorneys for Plaititiff.
FORECLOSURE OF MECHANIC 8 LIEN
To Ji E. Covey and Lcny S Ettll :
You will take notice that on the -jih
day of October, 187;", Wi.liam L. Van
Alstyne, and John D Leach, filed in
the office of the Clerk of the District
Court of the Jst Judicial District in
Nebraska, in and for Webster County,
a petition fr a judgement oft no hun
dred and fifty dollars and ninety-one
ecnt, and an order of sale of lot No
4, in block No . in La Due's addition
to the town of Red Cloud, Nebraka,
to pay said judgement on a Mechanic's
Lien, and the raid E E. Covey and
Lerny S. Estell are herebv notified
that they are rt quired U appear and
answer aid petition on or before the
13th day of December, 1875.
Dated October 2oth. 1875.
William L. Va'Alstvne.
John D. leach.
per B. F. Smith.
1 1 f Attorney for Pl'tiff.
Red Cloud Nov. 3J. J 875.
Nancy E. King left my bed and
board on the 3I. of October without
just cause or provocation. Any person
or persons are forbidden harboring or
trusting her on my account for I will pay
no debts of hers or her families con
John S. King.
Z-ihrung &, Co., keep a seat drag
store and sell cheap. 1 1 2w
Fn so the Bute Joaraa .
Lincoln. Nor 12th 1873.
The following are the quotations oa
the street to-day:
Wheat, active at ..75 teats.
Corn, inactive aaddll......1520
Oats, dull and heavy. 3)(.23; qual
ity poor and deaiaad slixht.
Barley, active; No. 2, m 4550,
Rye, noofff riints aad prissa aoitaaL
) otatoes, dull wmA heavy ; 1(15.
Beef cattle, per ewr.t 2(53.
Hogs, per cwt 5.
Sheep, per head, 2 504 00.
Taraips, per ba., 102U.
Chiekcas, spring, er Jos) 1 72
Eggs, dull and Krwer; 1012J.
Hives, green salt. 56 ; greea. 4
5 ; greea calf, 8 1 0 ; dry, 1 l(il2.
Hay, per ton, 350WOO. Ofcriags
arge aws Ba (leuiaatL
Roi ClMi KttaH arktt
CORRECTED WKEKXT T L. BAUM,
C. Ceiee agar For $1, 71R,
leuW tolee Sagar . T.s
C K Coffee 311b. for $1.00
J06 -." ...l.(K
lea par . .. .....M. . .75( J.00
Bauer par t .......igr20
Eggs per deaeB............ q
Fkaaek per yard .... 3055
Browa Shirtia ser varJ Tr,i;
A a KA8hm.mi
I Brewa Drilkaj
1 Woraeas Shews per pair
The Ladies Benevoleat Society
wiH aieet with Mrs. P. D. Moore
Thursday, Nov. 18th. There will be
a seciaDle is the evening to which all
ate tuvited toattetd. Sec' v.
Three loads of lumber U)pped in
town Tuesday n'uchvbouod for Kawker
Notice John Barber's bcw ad. rn
J C. Roy; purchased a very fast
paciug horse from some trading saea
There is an old saying "that it is
better late than never," k this week
we publish the test of the preaiiam
list that has just been handed in.
We have lately added to this of
fice a Job Pres and a lot of new ma
terial, aad are now prepared to do any
kind of a job from a visiting card to a
lare poster. Give us a trial.
The officers of the Agricultural
Society arc now ready to pay the pre
miums awarded at the Fair.
"Cheap John," as he styles him
self, has beeu in town for a few days
past helling gotftls, Jewelry, and uotiona
This weather i- delightful, and we
hoe the farmers are improving it by
preparing for winter.
We are in need of a load of wood
at this office. Wont sotae one bring
u:. in a load ? That fellow who promis
ed us a load has failed to come to time
and these cool nioruiugs are rather dis
agreeable without a fire.
Notice the list of papers in an
other column that can be had together
with the Chief at reduced rates.
Our readers will please notice the
advertisement of the Kansas Farmer
aud Am- rican Young Folks, publish
ed at Topeka, Kansas. The Farmer
i an old established and prosperous
journal. It i one of our a'jL'at aud
beat We-tern Agricultural papers.
Jotmal ef Agriculture ani Farm;r.
We call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of this old and
reliable Agricultural and Grange paper
that appears in another column. It
has been published in St. Louis for a
great number of yearn aud is the lead
ing paper of its clas in the Southwe-t.
It is reliable and trustworthy, and if
any of our friends desire to take a first
class Agricultural Journal they cannot
do better than to take this oue.
The publishers are making their
weekly report of the markets of St.
Liuis and other large cities a promi
nent feature of the paper and doubt-Ict-s
all will find them authentic and
reliable. Give the Journal of Agri
culture and Farmer a trial and you
will doubtless be pbascd atil profited
by it. ulz Gt
Persous doiring to take other
papers iu connection with the Chief!
can get the following by sending
thiougo us at the prices given below.
Weekly Inter-Ocean & Chief $ 3 15
Semi " " " $4.50
" State Journal " $ 3 60
Daily " " $10 00
Scribners Monthly, " $ 5 20
St Nicholas, " " $4 40
The Kansas Farmer, " $ 3.35
Daily Post k Mail, " $ 7 00
WVekly, " " $2 05
Wanteii Spring calves for which
I will pay the highest cash price de
at Rd Cloud.
Rctneiu!cr when in Hastings to
cail and see Zehruug & Co. 1 1 2w
Ju-t see how cay it is to pay for
your paper. If you havn't the money
you can pay for it with a-y of the fol
WhcaL Oats. Barley. Corn.
Rye. Buckwheat. Flour. Meal.
Potatoes. Cabbage. Squash. Bar
ley. Beans. Pumpkins. Wood.
Pork. Beef. Chickens. Butter.
Egg. And we were nrrer yet
kuown to refuse monev.
It will pay you when in Hastings
to call on Zehrung k Co., for Drags,
Notions, Oils, Stationary, School
Books, &c &c U-2
For some four or five weeks past
we have been bothered by not geting
our paper in time to issue on oar reg
uhu- day, antill this week we have not
heea Mere than ooe day bel.inn, but
as we did aot receive it untill "this
Saturday sight" it was out of oar pow
er to issue sooner.
Owe of oar yoang men ia town is
hi trawbie. He used to be a very pop
alar ysuag aiaa with both sexes. But
ty is fast waning. This
state of affairs is attribu
ted ts a flsorishing aad sensitive plant
afthespaaies ot Jot's Comfort ers.
OwrMterastiag friend made a saU the
other evening upoa the object ofhu
tender passions. In bar nraseace
snulas baniahad all his pain. AH
thought and reeoUaotios of bis antic-"
i tion ravshed froai his mind. Infinite
happiness throbbed ia his breast, and
Tibrated through his being. At last
thw tone approached far the saai ia
ttisasjiga nl those endearments aa in
terestinff an those nngnged aad an in
mpiii iii naansini With trembling
eagarusaswnr hero sided up to Air be-
wred and mnubed his
were raassswi with that coy
which an nintaeinas thek
natil in thn jnt nr sting isnnwins nf
-- i .u-a-i: iJ-S
ajBBanawaWBWB oTnYTv-a aTP - nnmmnawn-mw B-Bra-f-s-m
hnriaal In her haanst with a pasmanai-
mal grab which west through the
heart aad buted the hoil oa oar hero's
MaaadJeBOJephat," ad he tore
around that room Hae a young khta
ra a Gl
The Beit day he received huge
package from the Pot Office cuataio
isg sis letters, ooe note written oa the
first page of hymn book, four loses
ges, oae last year's valeatiae, owe can
dy kiss with ssotto and a gatta perefca
nag. Aad thus two tools wrta but a
single tHoaht, two hearts that beat as
oae were torn asuader by aa iacideat
Prof. Williams, representing the
State Journal Co,, made us a very
pleacaat call this morning. The Pro
fesor is a very pleasant geBtlemaa,
and we enjoyed this viit very much.
Tis Shesp QBsctles.
The number of persons of ihi? coun
ty who have invested money in sheep,
and who are contemplating such in
estmente will be interested in ever-"
thing that psrtsins to this branch of
bmiue-s. The following extract from
a letter written by Moses Stocking,
who is accepted as excellent authority
on thin subject, will prove of iuteresa i
"Every county in the state is Well
adapted to the buine-, Sheep keep
remtrkgbly healthy here herd well
shear well and breed well. The cli
mate is mild is a rule, the atmo-phere
is pure and bracing, waf r good and a
very large portion of the vegetation
of that resinous character so highly
relished by wool bearing animals.
The cold portions of the year leing
free from rains, they seldom get chill
ed from being wet. The great portion
of the rainfall occurs during the sum
mer months Snows seldom wet
Good shelters arc tPcessairy, but
more as a protection against wind
than snow. The will grasps of the
prairie when cut in season ond prop
erly cured, make exelent hay. With
good water, good shelter, not over
crowded and fed regurlarly, sheep
will thrive upon it. But with the us
ual treatment bestowed upon them in
this country they require about one
bushel cf corn each to bring them
to gras in good strength. It comes
back iu wool and lamb. Merinoes are
the best sheep for the country at pres
ent, lis they herd better, keed more
healthy in large flocks, occupy loss
room in the sheds and shear more
wool in proportion to live weight than
anv other aheed.
Beiug more numerous iu the coun
try it is also easier te keep up a flock
We have kept sbc-p in Saunders
county for the past ten yars. Our
flock has ranged from 500 to 2 000
head aad they had been free from dis
eases during the time. To day there
is not a diseased sheep among them.
The average weight of clip for several
j ears past has been seven pounds per
head, and grown wool at a crt of ten
cents per pound, worth in this market
an average of 25 cents a pound.
On oar lands 2.000 Merino sheep
wovld summer together as out flock,
without danger or disease. A less
number would be preferable, however,
as smalles flocks do better, and the
dainger of injuries from crowding b
proportionally less. In winter it
wou'd be advisable to devide ap iuto
lots of 100, for convenience of feed'iBg,
and to avoid injury from crowding.
Nebraska is emphatically a abeep
country. The erection of a woollen
mill or two in the State would impart
a wonderful impetus to wool-growing.
A mill would pay at once. Water
power is abundant and cheep. We
have small power to donate for that
If Mr. Stocking is enabled by bis ex
lerieuce in Sanders couaty to speak
thus, what shall we say of the capa
bilities of this region embracing the
valleys of the Republican, Piatt, aad
One great advantage possessed by
this country over' Eastern Nebraska
and Iowa, sheep husbandry is, that
our climate is so much milder and
drier that no grain ia required to bring
the aaimala in good condition to grass
in the spring. It is true that the
sheep not unlike the snttie, wintered
in Western Nebraska are in better sou
dition in the spring than ia Eastern
Nebraska, Iowa nr Illinois, where
grain is freely fed.
This statement may seem too sweep
ing tn be true bat its truthfulness is
demonstratrd every year; and persons
at the fcast, who are enough interest
ed may come and see for themselves
that what we say is f alley reliable.
Adawu Co. Gazett.
list nf aoe'ai-oed letters remaining
In the Red Cloud Post Office Nor. 2d.
T. O. Hewe.
Mrs. Raehel Halstaad.
CInrk Johnson. 2
H.S. Knleyis cractiaga hthlamg
in tnwd to ba used by Mr . Wiggeus as
OnrTannnrml Artist Barrel Han-
his shew irwhEd.
W any this in hi
Taka thw Chief and pay as in
WELLS! WELLS! !
AH wanting welk bored wfll do well
to call snow W. W. HabVET,
InaTak. Webster Co., Neb.
E-Good Btrtea takca if desired.
AN1 lloW TO WAKE THEM.
The December Number of ST.
NICHOLAS wtUeoatala aa admlf
able article entitled j "One Hundred
Christmas Presents and Hon? to Male
This article i full of practical des
scription, by the aid of which gtrU of
all ages, and boys, too, for that matter,
can make beautiful and useful Christ
mas Presents for all their friends aad
It will be Keapv November 20th
WELL AUGER !
Having obtained the agency for the
State of Nebraska for
0WXI7S CXLZS1ATSS wtLt 10IHT3
And provided ourselves with first
clas machinery for making Wells, we
take thW method of soliciting orders
from all who seek water supply.
1te are prepared to t ink well with th St
ia6ilcjccd. and iu a atiUctury taauuer.
avOrain anl other tajIa taken ia ax
chanar fur work.
Urine the dul aatboriird acarit for ihU
State. wpi?ef t'wuntr. Townhi, and indi
vidual right fof .'ale.
SPLENDID BUSINESS FOrt A SMALL
$25 1 Day Guarantee- using
this Wall A.fjer.
OWEN k MONTGOMERY.
Onide Bck9 - - Xefc.
Dry Cfmods and
BOOTJ4 ma.1 HHOH
HatSs Caps. &,
Ready Made Clothing !
We kavs tfc Larfat
Stack ia the Vallay aai will
Mi ba aMaraall
GIVE US A CALL, ONE ALL.
8. Carber & Co.
r.d Med Um4, BTeb.
THE ONLY PAPER IN
mas d m Va mn
The intnssnm nf ImasigJ atmn wtbt
looked after, and faKr nihlishti dtsiiss
the operation sf ail who desire tn
sae8anthwsatNssraska anttlni with
live and sa I srs rising pisniirs. To
sTsrythinaT thai w3 tend Ut nvAnn
kmngntiaa tn aha valer.
AnwhenrsiatimlmJa harang n
lirahr, Iswal siwinaasi
U aaammar fMM Cmitr
J. BERENZEN fc C6.
Webatar Street. Na. 105.
A GOOD PCHE ARTICLE OK LAKR BEER CONSTANTLY
J. C. WARNER, Prap'
I slways reaJy fo atfend to and make enrnfortaUe hia patrons.
This Hotel is eutkely new, having been fitUJ up for the e.prewi
purpose of the traveling publio
STAGE LEWES FOR THE RAILROAD OS JtONDAJ,
WEDNESDAY, 4 FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK AT 7 O'OLOCfc
I Claim tt Have the BEST STAlLl Wee
Always keeping on hand a good supply af
HAY AND GRAIN,
ANo a good eonvcysnee for (he purpose of conveying passengers
from ibis place fd ariy other at rcnsoaable rates.
0. L. BATTLES & SON.
SHELF 4 HEAVY HARDWARE,
And all FARHiNG MACHiNERY at Griaa s-Hcaa,
A good assortment of
XA1LS, KAKES BOLTS. CORN PLANTERS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS
CARPENTERS AND SlASO' TOOLS, I'AINTS, OU&(
NEWTON WAGONS, GLASS, TINWARtf,
GRAND iJETOtjR PWW3,
with Wood or Iron Beam. with Wood ami Iron Beams,
And Everything needed by the Farmer of Mechanic,
UT Fine Tabic and Poskat Cutlery;
O. L. SATf LES 4 SON.
W. L. VANALatYME
tlED CLOUD, JTBBtlAtlkA,
PMfE LUMBER LATH SHMCCLf
Sash lltotttiMf g
Lfctie, Taifteaf Ppf, tc
Aifinli i i sj tVtii fHrt Cnms Lwmnef Yard,
I QHklU&Ttik TO DCTLICATE
Ait RllX THAT CJaV
Jtt OCH" AT JUNIATA OR BArnK7
l- -a-JfeMgyJgji, feA),.
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