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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
TNE RED CIWD CWEF
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The Red Cloud Chief.
u Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty," and $2.00 a yr i Ac price of the Rett Cloud Chief.
m i i i ji in ii urTj..,' '"r'irx tjkl
irr.unir.1) fvery tiiurbdat at
2SD CLCTO, K22BASEA.
Mv L. THOMAS,
Editor nnd Proprlcter.
S2.C0 jcr ycir, IrrariaMj is Adrasce
A.S. PsiMck-Ucatrifp. U.H Senator
A Irin Ftindr. Orasba. U. .S'. Senator.
Thorns J. Major- Representative".
F. J. AlMiiJrr, Sec. ff State.
F. W Lirdlfco Auditor.
CJ.M. lUrtlett TrcftSDrer,
C. J. IHlworth. At'x O'en.
S R. Thorn, os:. Lincoln. Fnr. Pub. I retraction
Geo. R. Inlce.Omabn. Chief Jisticr.
h-na'l Maxwell. Fl-trinonlfa I A"0c,ae Ja-
J. A.TuIleys. County Clerfc.
K. H. Jane?, Tr-a?urer.
.1. R. WiSIcor. Probate J mitre.
J.W. M'mTtri. FbentT.
A A. Pore. School Nuji't.
R. R.ShTr. Coroner.
W. K. Thorne. County Junejor,
. V - JJali. )
L. H. Lccc. County ComraiiMonerf.
A. K. Cmry I
'IT PISCOPAl; SKUVICKS. tb firft Sunday
J.ivof each month. Rev. Jotti'b Love,
TAl'nST: JUv. .0. YEIHER. Pastor.
JL Fcrv cri in the fourt Route the '2nd
mi 4th Fiibbnth in each month inornitic nnd
evening. At 6'uid Rock thcHtaudcd bnbbath
tsorninr and ctetmig.
MimiODIST: Ri:r. C RKILLY. Pantor;
Kervieia in the Church -a:b Sabbath.
hlnrtiHtinc mornin: and evening with tbo
Mt. Pleasant every two weeks nt 11 a. in
com'g Nov. IGlSTft. I'tnny Creek. Nv. 3 at 3
P. in.- Oak Crcik at 3 p. tn. evcr' two wek
-IRESRYTER1AN. Rtv. J. M. PRYSC
Ji PiiFtor; ServceB in the Church each fiab
liath alternating tnorniiiR and evening with the
CONGHKr.ATIONAL: P.nv. OEO. V.KZT,
Pneior. H-ntee in tho Court House tho
l.t tiiid 3d Habbath in each month.
Union Prayer meeliUK every Thursday evening.
Fabbath School cvor3' S.ibbath uiornins at 10
Ji'rF. IT. A. Howinn.Supt.
I.O. O. F.
Red Ci.iii Loiiop.. Nn. 0JIOOF
CWrfjni'cts ever?" Saturday jiicht in tho
ZjO Ja5untc Hall. JetnbfrK cf other
LotfResarocoruMHy mvit l to attem.
I. STEIN. '.U.
C. n. Potteu fec'y.
' A.V. Ac A HI.
A CnAitiTy Lonnn No. .13 Re Clour. Neb.
W.miTth J'ri'ay runini;f onor before full
K moitii. A l-ittiic brothers, in good Ftnnd-
ing, are cordially invited ti iittrnd.
& O. B, Harvey,
Are picparcd at all itnes to liore or
' drill wells.
It ttca I'eai-oiinhlc.
TNAAfALI3 - - NEBRASKA.
Fhed C. Winto Prop.
RED CLOUD, .--- NEB.
CITY MEAT MARKT
Will pay thehijthest cash price for hide?.
FrrNh Jit-at fon.stantly On Hand
. orav i
Feed V Sale Stable,
J. D. Toft, Propr.
HED CLOUD, NEB.
This space belongs to
CITY Irijg STORE,
Who is too busy to write an "Ad."
MILLER & SEATON,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make estimates and take contracts
for all kinds of building.
J. L EVULLER
Keeps constantly on band a full line
Harness Collars, Saddles, Whips,
Uorsc-Ulankcts, Combs, Brush
es, Harness Oil and every
thing usually kept in
a first-class shop.
Two doors north of the bank.
The Highest Cash Pries Paid for Sides
FERGUS OF YOUTH-
A ccntleman who suffered for years from nerr
oue debility .Promature decay, and all the effects
of youthful indiscretion, will for the sake of suf
fering humanity, jend free to all who need it,
the recipe and directions for makinp the simple
rcaeny by which he was cured, iuricrers wish
ing to profit Dy the advertiser "s experience ca
do to by addressing in perfect corfidenee.
Jihn B. Ogdcn. 42 Cedar street New York.
and ho-w to obtain them. Pamphlet
freo, upon receipt of Stamp for post
OJIMORE, SMITH & CO.
"!Wu-;..rj f Patent.
Xtftr F.ifrt Ofir-, VTarln-on. I). C
D. S. COOMBS,
ATTORKEY AT LAW. EeJ Cloud. Neb.
OSice in Court Home. Money to loan on
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Red Cloud. Neb.
tuPrnmrit Attention Given to Collections.
OrriCK Over Jokbj Cjrrrs Store, with C.
arronsKY and counselor
Fiatlaw. JnnialaNcbrahka. Will prao
licc in all the Courts of the ttatn.
Prompt attention given to all business
entrusted to his care. Office on the
eagt f-idc Juuiata Avenue. July 1 7
. S. GILHAM,
ATrOHNKY AND COUNSELOR
i- AT LAW.
Office one door north of Kahy Bros.
BED CLOUD, - - - NEB
F. K. Wil I cox,
ATTORNEY AT LAtr andU. F; Commis
Eioner. Collection promptly atteuded to.
Ofiicoonedoor north of Chiof Office.
P.SD CLOUD - - - 17S3
o. c: CASE,
ATTORN Er AT LAW. Office over
Reed's furniture Ftorc.
BSD CLOTO, 1TSS
Collections made and promptly remitted.
H. S. KALS7,
ArI.B. -M.R.R. Land.
C. W. SALS7
ATTORNEYS AT LAW and real cs
tale Agents. Will practice in all the
Courts int his State and Northern Kan.
Collections promptly attended to and
Red Cloud Neb.
ATTORNEY AKD COIIN
A SELORAT LAW.
Office st door West of Red Cloud
SED CLOUD - - KEB.
J. W. T15MiEYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
CStOffice oyer KalcyBros. law office
SED CLCUD. 1TSSRASEA
W. N. Richard.-on. S. Garbsr.
Richardson & Garter,
11EI) CLOUD. XEBKA&KA.
ilichcst martct price paid for hos and cattle.
J. K.Surrrt S. C. Smitii M.B.THomPos.
Pres. First Nat. C:uh. Fir?t I-ftteTf Her First
Bank. Beatrico Nat. Bank Nat. Rank Heat-
Nwb. Beatrice Neb. r'wc Neb.
m Jror5 & Thompson,
RED CIOUI E.
"Will mafco collections in any part of tho
United States Sell exchange npoH tho princi
pal eastern oitie Loan money upon improved
farms Receive depo'its subject to sight drafts
Allow interest upen tiruo deposits, and trans
act n general Banking business.
ItKrEKKKCES: Omaha National Rank, A.
S.Paddwck,U..S Senator; First National Bank
New York, Cambridge Valley National Bank,
Cambridge New York.
I will Ea:', Free, the recipe for a simple Veg
etable Balm that will remove the Tan. Freck
els. Pimples and blotches, leaving the skin soft,
clear aud bcautifal; nlro instructions for produ
cing a luxuriant growth of hair on a ball head
or smooth faco. Address, enclosing a 3c. stamp
Ben. Vandelf & Co. 20 Ann street. N. Y.
OVERLEES & NOTES,
Job work. Plow, and all kinds of Repairing
North Webster St.
Red Cloud Mills!
We are prepared to do cus
Flour Feed and Corn
Mal for Sale.
JS2rSatisfaction guaranteed iu qual
ity of flour sold, and cvstom tvouK.
Farmers rhonld be particulai to secure
the best of seed-wheat.
Potter & Frisbie-
KED CLOUD WEBSTER CO, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. JUNE 2G IS79.
Under the prercnt
dentition Nebraska U
baw of rcp
cntitled to four
Henry Schlenker the murderer of
Florence Booth, who was to have zraced
the sallow at Lincoln on the 13th of
June, wn granted a reprieve by Gov.
Nance until July 18th, for the purpose
of allowing a re-hearing in the case.
The Caxette of Hastings tays that
Hon. Wigton of the Journal received
enumeration for apolapi?ing for OHve,
and the Hon. W. saya he did not receive
any rcnumerntion. Neither ono know
what they are talkiug about vrhy don't
they say remuneration.
The Nebraska State Fish commi-sion-eru
were appointed by the Governor on
the 9th iust. They are, W. L. May,
President, Fremont; Dr. R. R. Livings
ton, Plattsmouth, and II. S. Kaley, Red
Cloud. The Governor is to be commen
ded for the excellent judgement he dis
played in fcclecting these gentlemen.
An editor is described as a man who
is liable to errors of grammar, toothache,
typographical errors, and lapse of mem
ory, has twenty-five thousand people
watching to catch him tripping a man
of sorrow and acquainted with grief,
poorly paid, poorly estimated and yet
envied by some of the great men he ha
He waltzed eut of the front door,
followed by a washboard and two bars of
soap; and, as kc straightened himself,
and walked firmly down the street, he
remarked, "A man must draw the line
somewhere, or he can't be bo?. of his
own house; and I'll be hanged if I'll car
ry more than one tub of water for no
wa&hing, and there ain't a woman that
can make mo do it."
The recent law in Kansas compelling
physicians to have a diploma from a
medical college, and pass examination
before a State Board appointed for that
purpose, before the' are allowed to prac
lice in the State, h causing many a pro
feEsed physician to take down his t-in,
as the penalty is quite larse'. This U a
good law and will be the means of rid
ding the country of a good many quacks.
Wo need such a law in Nebraska.
Trof. Hardesty, says the Ieavenworth
Press", has accomplished the wonderful
feat of walking across the Missouri River
on the Eurface of tho water, by means of
"water shoes, invented by himself.
The question now arises, is Mr. Hard
esty really the iuventor of thi "water
shoes," or were they known to oar fore
fathers and ncd by Christ when he
walked upon the troubled waters ef the
sea of Galallee.
An inquisitive individual wauts to
know where Cain obtained his wife, and
who peopled that city that he built in
the Land of Nod. Cain is dead, and
that is a family matter with which we
caunot meddle. This idle curiosity con
cerning the domestic affairs of a deceased
person is reprehensible and calculated to
violate the sanctity of home life. The
letter has been mailed to Bob Inecrsoll.
If Cain made any mistakes, Bab will
expose them. Jolinxon Co. Journal.
Those who contemplate purchasing
nursery stock should first write to Mr.
E. F. Stephens, Supt, of the Crete Nur
series, for their new catalogue. The
fruit and ornamental trees, frhrubery etc.,
sold by this nursery is adapted to this
climate, and is consequently more apt to
live and thrive than trees chipped from
other states. The following in regard to
to this nursery we clip form the Nuck
olls Co., Herald:
"The Crete Nureries. under the man
agement of Mr. E. F. Stephens, has
gamed at home and abroad a wide repu-
tation for dealing fairly and libera'ly with t
its pations, and furnishing the mot vig
orous and healthy stock that has been t
distributed in the ftatc. Indeed, it is!
seldom, -that the most noted eastern nor
fenes were ever known to have the care
bestowed upon them that isyearly given to
the stock in this establishment. iNone
bat fruit adapted to thi3 climate, after
i : i : r j . -.- i
long trial, js offered to our citizens, and
then they are trees perfectly fresh, sound
ti,o. TJrn ci " -
lne Republaco of Mesicano is again
torn with internal strife, as the following
. - j- .
San Antonio, Tex., June 21. Tho
report received several days since that
a new resolution was in progress in Mex -
ico is confirmed n reliable authority,
On the 11th the commander in chief
of the Jlexican forces, Gen. Miguel
Negrete, declared against President
Diaz and left, the City of Mexico with a
force of 3,000. This revolt is a surprise
to no one. for Negrete is the most noted
revolutionist in Mexico, and has .been
Known io De in open ciscoru with, uen-
oral 3)iaz. As he is unfitted for the
functions of civil government himself, it
is believed that this revolution is in the
interest of Gen. Trevino, who has been
in command in the Monterey district,
and both the latter and Gen. Navanjo
have been removed, and a friend of the
President's, Gen. Tolcntino has been
Diaz, in person, with a large force
went in pursuit, and an engagement
took place, in which the governor of the
State of San Lnis Potosi lost his life-'
while making a stand for the republic.
Vsbrter Ccsty Tcorier: ArjsdaUsr.
Jcae 16th. 1S79.
En. Cuief The teachers asociation
held a: Blue Hill on the 14th icsJ., was
thinly attended in the forcsoon, and no
busio&s was done. There a fair
attendance in the afternoon howeTer,
and an interesting cession was held.
The excrctei were opened by a leon io
U. S. Htitory, conducted by A. L, Bur
ton. dealing with the sayings of treat
men, and the circumstances unde" which
they were called fotth.
A lively difcuision a row ujKn the
methods of teichirig History in which
uiOtt thachers who frpoke agreed that it
is not desirable to confine pupi's too
clo-ely to text books, but to tudy by
topic, and require them to mate out a
fcynopiis of the part.s or periods of his
After a rccc.-vs of five minutes. Mi.a
Dixson gave a reading; "Curfew rhall
not ring to-night."
H. S. Hampton road a paper on Bot
any, urging that its umj in the school.
would develop the faculties of obr-crva-lion,
and teach the j upils to classify and
s-ymtemaMze hi Inowlcdj;. Next fol
lowed an ej-say by Mis Moore, in which
she set forth the
necessity of co-opera-
tion between parents and teacher. A
couple of declamations were well render
ed by two of Miss Moore's pupils, after
whi:h the subject of reading was dUcuss
ed at some length.
Mr. I'opc recommended the plan of
using some well known journal or maga
zine, and of changing occasionally, for
variety of s-tyle and matter. The plan
was well received and must commend
itelf to the judgment of thinking toach
ors. The next association wiM be held at
Red Cloud, July 12th. Committee on
program A. L Burton, Miss Lama Dix
son, and Mis Lydia Monger.
H. S. Hampton. Sec'y. Protem.
South Guide Rock.
June 24th, 1 879.
En. Chief. We take special interest
in recom ending the rai?ing of Osage
for hedge in this country. D. Voller
and others of this community have
hedges in f-plendid crowing condition.
Nearly one half of Mr. V's hedge of two
years growth would already turn i-tock.
We are indebted to James Watt for
the following information in regard to
preparing ground and setting hedge.
Break the hedge rows not later than
the 15th of July Fay two rods wide, so as
to leave a dead furrow as near a9 possi
ble where you want the hedge fence. In
tLc fail stir it about 2 inches deeper than
it was broke, agtin leaving a dead fur
row where it wa9 left iu breaking. Roll,
harrow and pulverize, being careful to
work as little dirt as poss;ble into the
furrow. In the spring- stir sgaiu as deep
as possible, leaving furrow as before.
Pulverize again as before. Now take
stirring pbws and draw a straight, deep
furrow, throwing the dirt into tho dead
furrow; (better not draw this furrow
more than 8 or 10 rods, until you plant
up as far as the furrow is drawn, so as to
retain all the moisture possible.) Into
this last fui row drop the hedge plants
about 8 inches apart, and with the hoe
cover tho roots nbout 2 inches deep with
loose pulverized dirt. Now plow anoth
er furrow throwing dirt onto the roots of
plants and pack carefully, so that your
hedge will be planted about 5 inches
deep. Now plow about two furrows on
each side of hedge, throwing dirt to
ward hedge which finishes planting.
Soak plants io warm soft mud before
planting. Plant about the time forest
trees are planted. To tend hedge, pull
weeds, hoe and plow as you would a row
There are several in this community
rai.-icg hedge plants to sell this fall and
next spring. They will advertise in due
j Every dog has it day, and me think
' the time is rear at hand when badness
men will run through the rage of what is
, known a3 "local" advertising and come
t.t ,,:, ,:.t t-: ,:.
back to business principals, keeping their
, F . r
names and the pmmiBent features of
j their business, in bright, bold display
' type, in the regular advertising columns
' of newspapers. It la foller to ray that
people do not read the standing adver-
( tL,Cment3. Perhaps no one individual
'reads it all. The mwn who wants to buy
a cow may not be attracted by and may
' not read a card in which a stove cat is
prominent; but suppose he is about to
buy a stov then the cut will be the
first thirg he wiil see, and the adver
tisement the first one he will read. Not
only so, but he is the man the dealer
' wLhes to reach. He does not care
whether the other reads his card or not.
, So it toes. People do read the sUadiag I
advertisements eo far as tbey relate to
any interests of their own, and they are
the best and cheapest advertising that
any paper contains. The local adver
. tisement is glanced at, many times with
; a spirit of something like relation, that
it should be "only aa advertbemeat"
coming in the guise of sews or literature.
' On the other band i he bold display type
J of the regular advertisement arrests the
attention of the very ones it is designed
to readu It is as if one talked ia a
crowd, and was only heard by one here
and anntTrrr ihvr vfnm iV ctvcI ,-?,-
tended should hear. Exxhinst.
lit it ordninrtl by the B nnl f Trut
Ut of the inhaUliaii of the lotcx of HcJ
Sea 1. Tbjt tho grade and lTtl of
Wcb,:cr ftrret between Second and
Fifth Arenar. is rrporie urrfrcl and
profilod by W. II. ntrohoi at the re
qufst of the aid board. batl b Mnod
by the Board pf TruMee- an4 th Clerk,
and copied by Mid Ctcrk upon the rec
ords of the town, ani when K riveted
and recorded, ich grade and fvel haM
be ther"altr cou-hlrcd a th true
grade and level of the atd Wcbitrr
.trcct bat ween nd avenue- and be bind
in on the corporation and ail other per
ons whacver and bo thcna!Ur r pard
ed in makiiii: uiproictBeiuebts ujonaid
fHruan of Mid fctreet
Sec- ' That it hi!I ba the duty or
ever' peron viiag 'tt n a I -irrct
bctwreu raid cmie-, to re;wir and altt
the .-idewalk a trendy cot-jtruclwl on td
lots and to biitkl and pav dewalt
where tumt are conj.:rctcd j-uch man
tier r- t make th idcwalks ua id
btreet uniform in grade, wiJth, aud
.-tructure befjro-the 2Jth day ot July
SIX. 3. That said MJevrJfcj rhall be
the heicht of tho grade by th.e ordinance
declared. The width shall U? to A.t or
so near that a may be uccv5ry tu wake
the outer edrcs of the walls in one
J ttraght line J he MdewalV, fchau D
construcicu oi two men plant iauwn
bo supported by tUre j nl.
Sec 4 The eomtuittao on streets
and al'eys by, and with t he concurrence
of the chairman of the Board, hhall pro
cure the construction c f cru?.-jii;s at the
cjruerd of the ccveja! troets mtorreot
ing Webster Mteet b tween e)d avufiue.-.
Said crobsing- lAiall be of two inch plauk
four planks wide the two cuter otic
br.c f. J hat the committee ou
ttrceis and alleys arts hore'y authorized
and instructed, on the SUth day of July
next, to repair, nnd chon, nnd buIJ
and pave, a! I and any sidewalk on said
street, so a to conform to the require
ments of this ordinance. And the town
Attorney is inMructud to inMitu'c pro
ceedings for the recovery of the expense
thereof from the uwnort of the lata.
Br. ft ordiiinni bif th rionrd of Trus
ters of the. inhn'iitnuts of the. town of
Whereas. The original town plat or
the town oi K-d Cl-iud huvicg made
the width of Webcter strict eighty feet,
azd the same having been deemed loo
narrow by the original propti-tor and
lhoc who firt built upon aid streai,
and the street having been wilened by
aid original j nprie'nr, by ihno who
built upon i. They having built their
houes eight feet back of said ptrcet on
each ndti thereof, and all of tint houses
on the west fide ot said t-trcet being co
contructe i at sai 1 distance from paid
street, and all of the houses ontheca-t
side of said street save four whi'h are
most recent in their erection. And th
width of said Webster street having been
so ei-tabl'ehed by custom, and tho build
ing ef tho houses thereon, and tho
munieipnhty having determine 1 by
formel act to adopt as the width of said
?treet the oiiin'il street ai platted with
the eight feet additional on each i le
Therefore, be it ordained, that no
building flnll hereafter be erected on
either fide of said street, to as to pro
ject into nnd upon said .-tre t as rduj ted
and by this ordinance declare 1.
Crdira'ncs "So. 18.
Be it ordained by the Board of Trus
tees of the inhabitants of the town of
Sec. 1. That there arhal be no fire
works of any description Torpedos,
Chinese cackers. Rockets Roman Can
dles or ony other explosive or conbmti
ble instruments, exploded or fired within
the portion of tho iown of Red Cloud
bounded ou the north by fifth avenue, on
the east by the blufis, on the south be
Second avenue, on the west by Coder
Sec. 2. Any person who shall com
mit the al-ove ofiencc shall be fined for
each ofTcnco five dollars, or be confined
in the town jail ten days.
Sec 3. It is hereby made the duty
of the street CommL"ioncr and Marshal
to arrcit each and every person to
A Cicui 3zr;t is the 3b:r 32: Zzsirzz
Deadtvood, D. T., June 14 Fur
ther particulars of the cloud burst Thurs
day night, by a sudden ri-a ani overflow
of Beaver Creek, caused by a water
snout, nine persons were drowned.
Their names were Mw. Moore, 3Irs.
Rhode- Frank Reed, Clyde Hhoder,
Cliff Rhodes and Mand Rhodes. The
latter three were children. All were
emigrants on their way to the Hill from
Mills county. Iowa, and four meo'goin
from the Hills to the aailroad, whose
names are unknown. Two were team
owners, one a passenger, the other a
night herder. Five minutes from the
first alarm the whole country was flooded.
The water subsided almost as soddenly
as it rose.
At Buffalo Gap, or near Buffalo Gap
on Thursday evening, obtained from a
passenger on this evening's coach, show
that the water commenced rising at
about S o'clock in Beaver Creek, one
mile this side of Buffalo Gap Station, on
the Sidney xtage road, and about 32
miles from Dead wood. Near the bank
of the creek were camped a party of nine
persons from Mills county, Iowa, four
from the Black Hills, aqd Montgomery
brothers and Clark's freight outfits load
ed with forty thousand pound, princi
pally Homestake machinery, which was
nearly all destroyed and scattered for
Rules arcucd. All the wagons with one
exception were also destroyed, and ea!y
a few moles were saved. No eatmaie
caa be made of the loss at this lrritiaz.
Nice persons were drowsed. Foar bod
ies are so far recovered- The water
covered a space of forty miles wide, and
within two boars after the rise, frag
Bcsts of the wageHS, etc, were sees
from three to fire miles distant float the
scese ef the disaster. All the creeks asd
streams around the hills are asusualfv
SOLID GOLD AM rLATKD JWt:L!t
S:Hi ZUrtz azi Cfirsr FUlti trt, S j-
Watches, Clocks And
J EWE L RY
RED CLOUD. - - NEBRASKA.
JIISW o n. TWE.
Vocal and Instrumental
.VSTD SQUARE X)EA.LT.3SrGr.O
These Mottoct have been strictly oberved by N. G. LIDDY idtwe AUrtIr. 0
buin here, and tn the future
tick to them, and thereby add to our already Urg& asd
m?!dly ioerraiug trade.
Our stock tf
! pelade Ursc &4 crefiU7 tl:Ul lmyj4
f CLOSEST CASH FIGURES,
al A J ..'II !.. O-t .1 ?.. -1. n
?'iiu win nc ooia in
member if you want to save money, and
select from a large stock, you will
please call on
. Rci! Cloud. !rl.
"CouvTP.v PnonnrF. TA'RN' IV I'VPHAXCH.
' i m uj
TThica we arc e5erhj to the psKJe it
Greatly reduced prices.
2SATS3, X:2 i:.
Agricaltsral InjIesexU cf
ALL KINDS and ST7LS.
MILLER fc BALL,
Groceries, (Jneensware, and
SUMMER CLOTHING !
A I urge lt mf ROQTH , HUMM. hmU
4P, Ae., 4e J
ire me a S, ercxy taf &l at
Red GIotacL -,
Ucl imH5t- t 5t,i rJ?.
A8 f!si!t a.fttW !
I pU f U a-lTawww
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