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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1882)
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"Eternal Vigilance is Hire price of Liberty" and $1.50 ay car is (he price of (he AW Cloud Chief
tiaii;:- (l.E0i 7csrlffHitii?t5:t.
Examine roi anJ Iib fMr rarcJnllr. 't will
tr cn tliatllil Imr rOBlnrl HD C.
It .V t. K K : o fact thy re
ut.iT fln inanagpsnciit.
and U Urn tocfther
fiirui what i
hMi'l.TI -T AM) l IC KIT I.CNK TO
Chicago, M. IoHi, Pcsria,
)J.S MIM , HOC K IH.A.VO.
Aal FM-c-iaJJy to all I'oinM
Iova, WiscoDsin, Indiana,
Illinois, Michigan, Ohio.
I'Imscjpu. ahvasta'.is ake
Through Coaclics from N'lriu-ka to
Ditt-linatKiii un 0. II. & ( R. It.
I) Inm-'for. rlinngoM from
C. 15. A- U. 11. to .'oinit'ct-
jii lines all made in
cas n. urn
t'H'tt H'liliratltin t noy flti(D on th roml.
JVtcvntH r nlno prcjuiml to check barcaEo
thruucli; civo all jnlonniitifin to rales
rtjiiti-ft, time. rDtiiirctntn. etc.. imi to recura
fleet inK u;ir Hccou.moJ.ition.
TliW cnmpnny I riigasod on n cxlemion
which will open a
NEW LINE TO DENVER
uml all points in iloralo. 'Hiifi ox
iin.ioii will 1 toninli'tfil uixl romly
for luinos in .1 fow months, ami tlio
jxiMio tMn tlion enjoy a ,ut' :lvanta
P fif a through line between Denver
ami Cliieajjo, all under one inanne-
P. S. EUSTIS,
MA THEWS .C: IfAXXKHS,
i',iP Ut ditr wcjt of Wchitcr County Rank.
UKIJ CLOUD. NT.ItKASKA.
S 1 1 A V 1 NO , S 1 1 A M rOOl NO,
in the hij;lc,U style of the
COM E . NO GET A CLEAN SHAVE.
nj-mrmlM Bor aleetTlcltr In tfe ntantee thaa any
vuiTmto. clTlnc nrirT nnJ oeoilrT correal. Can
iTund and lnctnaiwd Ull tn atronenvt bu cannot
SMlt o nrUl coow a contact with tho kln to enr
to ud TtrrSate It. H4ritrodi nJ o'
IdatorarrtTlnR eloctricltT toay part ot tnji body.
Vrtta rmtorer ot bcalOj and tor.
MEDICAL USES OF ELECTRICITY
... miMtietod f0 rccn hook, onatatalnx full crtpUoe
.jTutaliTt-'' ilnctloaa for olKfeoal trM
JrTrKEE. "klcctro-paiiadic BELT CO
SU A 311 CbcaUct SL, BT. LOCM BS.
PARKER'S HAIR BklSKM.
llie let. Llanni na
rndt FxooomvcaJ Hair
5CTW rillS 13 ESSI2IC
: voiithrul ef to pey
A n" & .rrwnclT h
rnut .ixl I tivg prnMM.
A Pert Faailf Hecke that Meve letaxiotst.
If vou are a mechanic ce fanner, worn out with
orerwiiilc. or a inotlier run lo n bv family or houc
liold duties try PAKKtaS Ginckc Tonic.
If row arc a lawyer. mlniittT or business man e
liauied lv menu! strain or anuo.t cares da not
laUe mtoxicatin; stuaulauts, but lac TAWnis s
ir.,. K.ivr DrsncrisLi. Rhcujaatisra. Kidner or
Uitnaxy Complainls, or if )Ou aetrouled with any
you can be cured by rAKKaa Givcea Tomc.
If-ottt wasun; away f-n ae, diisipation or
any diseae or weaVness and require a stimulant take
GlNGBK'ToNtCatonce: ilmfl imtsorateandbodd
vouupfriMiiths first dnssLut U1 never intoxicate.
It ha sared hundred of lives it may sae yours.
HICOX CO, IB Waii SU '- Tort 0c Kfti
M laUar Mn ai & 4nlm K wrJviiw
citcaT saving utrrixG Doujin nzt
WINE v TAI
CUKES THOT8AMW TKULT.
19 Msv ssW IWCVt
mfthai tse systesi;
'Restarts tht Weak
?e chaik ysvr dftlcjU !
JLUHi of tt tcUI me alll
fr er.oMn ereae
f Tart take ae ctker.
J'or nlo by H Orufjuu.
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U. A. SIMPSON.
F. A. 8WEEZT.
AlVontr tX Law.
Blue Hill Bank.
SIMPSON & SWEEZY,
ni.UK II II sh, WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A General Rankin; Biiine Transacted.
fpfrcinl Care ifcn to Collection. Farm
Lotos at Low Ute. Hehool iloadf
lioarUt and HoU
Konntie Urothera Bfcnktn. New Totk Cltr.
Bank. Omaha Ncbraika-
6. C. RNtrs.
RED CLOUD, NEB.,
TraoMet a rraerat htnklnr Lasinr. fcT ft4
rell county varr-inf . alio County. Predict asl
Hhoil DUtrict UonJ.
Ntcntitc farm mortfaevf , by and iu For
rhcceial attwtios given to eoIleeuoM.
Rircucycui-Iit Kat. Dank New York. Oafc-
ha NaU Uaak. Oiaaha.
L. P. Al.RRIQltT,
B, V. 8111RKY,
WSSSm COUITT BUI,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Monbv T Ia.v on Real Estate. Buy
and M'll Exchange and do a general
5yrr Atklni. Cnkef. York: York Connty
Lank. York. Farmen' A Merchant' Bank,
York; Unit n .National Bank. Cuicaso;
Alarih Ura.. Moshar A Co. Lincoln.
W. H. STROHM.
ATTORN r.Y AT LAW.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRA8KA.
May be eoenilted in Kncliih or O
Collections will receive prompt attention.
Offick: Opposite Boy' Home
0. C. Cass. Jib. McNur.
Case & McNeny,
A TT0RSEY8 AND COf.VSKLORS AT LAW.
Will practice in nil th Court of this State asd
Northern Kan?.-. Collcctifn at well a litita
toJ buincic.ir. fully anil rflicicnlly attended to.
Om'icr:- On Webster Street, one Uoor north
of Oarber' Store,
i:i:i ci.orn, xeii.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTORSLY AND aH'N.KI.OR AT I-W.
Office our door mirth of Kalnj Ilrox.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
E. C. Hawlkt. N. H. THOsrs.
Hawley & Thorpe,
TTORNEYS & C0UN6F.L0RH AT LAW.
Office. Over Me. Fai land's Mote.
BED CLCTO, NIB.
Laird & Smith,
attorneys and counselors at law.
Hastings, - Nkisraska.
Will uractice in all the Court of the Slate.
Frompt attention given to all builnew entru'ted
to his care.
Rod Cloud. Nek,
A TTORNEYS AT LAAV k BEAL ESTAT
Will i'ftlre In all the Court in Kebn
and nrthtrn KnaK cKlIectinni iTomrtlT at
tended to and corrciwndcncc folicitcu.
ESS CLOUD. Xrirt&i.
Alro. Aent for B. A M. R. B. Inda,
J. M. Moskva. I. D. Dixxby
MOSENA & DENNEY,
Physicians and Snrgeoas,
KEI) CLOUD, NEIJ.
Will pay ("racial attention to Obstetric? and
difca.cK of vouien AIn ceneral and 'racial
urrcry. l)i?caff 01 trie tiye ana rvax. i txe
moderate. Office OTcr ShetwooJ' Store.
DR. G. SCnENCK,
Physician & Surgeon,
rrofcssional calls promptly attended.
OrncK At reidencc near Cowlcs. S-51
Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
R. DAJIKREIX, HI. D.
Office. Over J. W Sherwood's
Store, Ked Cloud, Jikiiraska.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Tke eaoteeet of Freeh weeta. 5eMCM
Fowls a4 eTerytkinr i tke Mm that tielST
ket aSr4e. alweys oa kead.
TStop w 4 eetkecatm wnj ret litre
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY,
M. L. THOHS,
THURSDAY, Jl'SE 15, 182.
The Brookficld, Missouri bank rol-
bere have all been enpturca anu loagea
"' Ja,L .
Tiik meamhip'n "Alert" ami "Jin
ger collidetl at ea last week and a
number of paiwngew lot their live.
Ttro despcradoof, Pete Robinon
and IVe King, were lynched at Law
rence, Kannan, lat wcok, for murder.
Ori.v Boiia.van was wntenced ! .
Jufeo Pound, at Lincoln last Satur-1
uajJioiiic rxmueniiary mr u.u, ior
--j - li.il," Kit mv .'Hum'" vf ,... v.
e punier of James Cook, at avcrly.i nstuigui,licd ,crVicc in the dwtruc-
i afiiington June, i, J7-.
f i Vntfviu. Tl.,. ,l.n- u-liitn (Inttrrt'd
-"" -"v. m... o.w.j '"""i,...!. .!.f 1i.r..i..ir.. l.:..t. ..l.ul
arc htrivn on the trraves of on
tlead, iiilways held to be pacretl hy
the inluliiUints of the Capital who will
never ftrgct the eecnes through which
they pa&tVd during four years of bitter
strife, 'lie htreets were almost de
serted. What with the decoration
the grave. of the .-oSdiers at Arlingtou,
at Soldier' Home, at Congressional
Cemetery and other points where
soldiers arc buried, and the departure
of excursions in different directions,
after ten o'clock the city was pervaded
by more tli.-m Sabbath stillness. Ev
erybody but Congressmen paid due
respect to tlic occasion and the day.
Disgruntled Bourbons were fighting
the inevitable in the Mackcy-O'Connor
cae. Representatives IIoIkmoii anl
Morey, who were to deliver orations
at Arlington Heights, were kept in
their scaN and wcrc-forecd to content
themselves by strewing figurative
flowers on the niruophngus of the cn
tomed Democrats of the House.
The mystery uf the Morey letter is
having light let Into if, and the guilty
parties are in a fair way to be punish
ed for the villtiuous forgery sent
broadcast on the wing of lightning,
and through th5 printed page, to
homes and hamlets in every nook and
corner of our land. That gigantic lie,
but for the undying confidence in the
now lamented Garfield, would have
jeapordized the interests of 50,000,000
of people. To defraud one man of his
right to vote, is a great crime, but
what punishment r-hall Iks meted out
to those who rob a nation of all its
sacred rights. 'Tis time that party
guerillas should bo punished in the
mot summary manner.
Congress has been a regular circus
for the !at ten days, and the feats of
the Democratic gymnasts have been
witnessed day by day, by crowded
galleries. Republicans, determining
to cut short the bulldozing of tho mi
nority, organized their forces and
amended the rules, so as to bring up
the Mackcy-O'Connor case for consid
eration. The pugnaciems Springer
fretted and fumed, spoiling several
shirt collars in his fits of exasperation.
Randall as Speaker, had piloted the
Licmocratic cmtt through many a
political storm, but his past experience
brought no boon of comfort to his
lclcacurcd comrades. The end. of
this farce will come noon, after which
it may bo expected, the legitimate
work of the session will be taken up
and acted, upon.
The reception given on the return of
our respected citizen, the heroic Dan
enhower, was a generous tribute to a
brave adventurer, Avho hhs earned, a
proud rank among the world's heroes.
It is very doubtful if anything service
able to science can ever be learned
that will compensate for the loss of so
many heroic lives in the insane effort
of exploration among the icebergs of
the Arctic region. If an open cv
should be discovered or s trad of
terra firma found, it would be poor
place to exhibit the prowess of our
naval ships, or to illustrate Le Due's
pet scheme of raising our own tea. It
is possible that the Xorth Pole, bag
tioncd and barricaded by the frosts of
centuries, is to be set at liberty by the
migrating of fleet of icebergs now
journeying southward in such num
bers and magnitude to seriously im
pede and endanger ocean navigation.
Should such an event happen, we
have enthusiastic Yankees would sue
outa writ of habeas corpus, and take
possession of the Xorth Pole, and
fasten to its topmost end our Nation's
flag, to float in the crisp, coed air of
that land of eternal silence.
The larocntetfGarfield was not for-
gotten on Decoration. Dav. Under the
stone tablet platted oir&g wall of the
ladies' room of (he Baltimore and Po
tomac Depot, to the memory of the
late President, directly over Uie'ffotjia the north-west part of the cotrnty.
where he fell at the hands of the e&
sasain Guiteau, there was an elegant
j floral ornament the gates ajar Ur
evergreen aad'iowers. Ob the silver
placed obthe toor, a large star of
whUe M6wrs was placai, aad aftotjdtr account of tetl hooks, paxentaj
waidslh5, VhoJe tablet was covaraa
withiflawers;- formiag a haak" tairrr
inchcria heifht. I -
Tltc freshened memories of the cr-
jvico of th$ heroic dead will cheek the
tide of rentinicnUltsm that would
frame civil pen ice ejtem that ig
ltiorc the crvice of eurvirin vctcrn.
Tlirwe who propo-e t :ablLh rule
J by lepislntion ovemin the tenure of
positions in the civil service will do
.ell to rcinentler that there is one
clas of cititeiw who havt a right to
. 'claim and who should he accorded '
without personally claiming distinct
am, j,) jireference over every
olho cU. Th(J ,nen whwc Vft)or
Ji - avcd. this Nation the surviving
Itcrocii of the war for the Union will
never be forgotten. The man or party
U1.1t undertakes o enact ftatutcs in
which no discrimination in favor of
the Union eterus is made, will find
that the people are not yet ready to
turn tlreir bark on the men whoc
courage, patriotism, antl inmea.ura-
blc sacritiee! made it possible for us
Tbe f(rave h'roc? comt0,;nj: tjlc
f t,. Mouhor wllo rc,uicred
tion of the rebel iron clad Mernmnc
have waited, patiently twenty years
fur some recognition of their service.
The fenatc hae finally provided for
the payment of $:!00,000 prize money
LHUiu- nimn i'"iwi
in one of the grainiest tnumpns 01
the war. PitAKri.
Communication for thi eolnran hnoM be
bjjiumjci to unariea n . oi'uuxor, cuuuu --
Ml Mnti 1 V.H I'tirrMimnlrnrt il inTltrd
from any one on educational ti'iea.
Webster County Teachers Insti
tute, will Convene at Red Cloud,
August 7th, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Vn&tr Prof. J. A. Campbell, ef Seward,
Ceateet, Assisted br aa Ablt Corps
LsciErtn , Among Wbaa ire Alresiy Vint
Prof. S. B- Thaspc-a, Dr. S. 3. Tair
field, Prof. 0. W. Ind, Prof. A.
L. rnax, will be Inftg ed to
Speak During the InnltaU.
Among the Schools.
After a little delay in considering
the matter we have concluded to give
occasionally notes about the ehoolt
in our own county. We also wish the
teachers to make report themselves
upon their work, their views upon
District Xo. r,3.
This district is three miles square.
31 iw Jennie Orr has charge of the
school this season. This is her first
school, but she is doing good work and
her pupils arc learning.
District Xo. G2.
This district is north of 33 and con
tains mx sections. Tho population is
chiefly Danish. Miss Lizzie Mcintosh
is at work here, and if she succeeds
according to the interest she inanifcts
in her work, hhe will teach a good
school. Our foreign population need
much pains taken with them that they
may thoroughly comprehend what
they arc trying to study.
District No. 31.
This district is third in the north
tier of districts from the north-west
corner of the county and is three
miles square. Mrs. Adda 1). Bartlett,
whose reputation as a teacher is made,
teaches here. The pupils show a good
interest in the school, and a promi-
nent feature of her school is the
amount of oral teaching she gives the
little ones, riiysiology is taught to the
smallest pupils with success.
District No. C9,
Is in the south-west corner of the
county and contains seven and one
half sections. II. L. Luce is teaching
his first school here with good success.
He is working cnmcstly.
District No. IS,
Is south of the river on the Kansas
line. It contains eight sections. Mi
Eva Munsell is presiding here nnd she
has quite a large" country school. The
pupils are mostly girls and j-oung
ladie who arc old enough to appre
ciate a good education. V think
they should give a little Cibre atten
tion to books and less to' one another
during school hours.
District No. 39.
This district is in the southern tier
of districts, shlT the school is conduc
ted by Miss Vina Stoddard. This is
her first schoof but she is doing good
work for the primary scholars. They
arc alf interested in t&lir work. This
district has a large amount of appa
ratus, aad a teacher has every facility
for making a good school
DtsrwcrNo. S t
This district w next west of Blue
Bill, and contains six sections. Mlas
Aimtree Roth holds the sceptre ber
and she is trying to make a good 1
school. The attendance has been ir
regular, and the boose has not been
comfortable the past season' en ac-
j count of its open condition and a lack
District No. 59.
Thk district Is three miles 'Jrare,
Miss Mazy Hogate holds the little
on Aria check here and she seem to
beftrrjg it very well. Her clashes st
gamine daily though all her scholars
are small. A disadvantage exists here 1
bVSyiag their books at ahy book store
at ary town where thcV do their
tradingTegaraless of a tuufennity
Pntrict No. 4i
Tills di?trict x ntxt rt ol 59. M'tvi
Mary McCallum n oltl teacher,
teacldnj: here. Her cchool h ottf
our larjrcrt primsrv" country idjooLi
and we noticed that many of the
jnl arc making jrrcat prorej' in
reading. Uvrc a- in other place?
there is no uniformity of text book,
although the diitncl hoard hH dtfei
ded uion a rrieH of lM."k' to In ucd
in scIhhjI, but owing to tliificulty in
procuring them at the ;rojer time.
parents have bought ditlcrcnl books.
DlSTltlCT No. W.
nii-j district is !Htuih-wct of Blue
lhll and wr found Mr. Jie C Brook
biy with his little claes of littlw
people. It is an interesting 1koI
however, and the pupils arc jjrogrerc
Wo noticel a tove pipe the other
day that had been coin cried into a
bulletin lo.trd for a lyeeum, ami
judging from the roolution now writ
ten upon it, we think the subject ii
neither moral nor intellectual, to suy
nothiug of its being dLiwu ed before
a whole school.
A VaisibU Aidhics.
Hecausc it is leneucial to tho ncalp
and adds to pergonal beaut by re
storing color ami lustre to ray or
faded hair, i why iirkers Hmr IUl
sain h such a popular dressing.
TOut iTnyiciy W&att.
Ic a reliable medicine that never
docs any harm and that prevent and
fun's disease by keeping the stomach
in order, the bowel regular, ami the
kidney and liver actixe. Such a
medieiue ii Parker's (.linger Tonic.
It relieves every ra?c, and has cured
thousand. ?Ve other column. Trib
une. An Extraordinary Offer'.
There are a large number of person
out of employment in every county
who could le making from flOCf to
3(H) a mouth working for us. There
are many who have employment who
could make a much larger amount by
obtaining the agency of their countv
of an article of great merit that will
sell well in all well-to-do-families, antl
pay a jirotit of over 100 percent. One
atreiit in iVnnsylvania sold 32 in two
days and made over GO clear. Any
man with energy enough to call ami
-how our invention tun make $l,0iX)
to $3,000 a vear. We only want one
good man in each county, to whom
we will give the exclusive :ile. The
Im-ines"" is pleasant, jierinancut and
profitable. We wi-h to hear at once
from tho-c who arc out of employ
ment, or desire to get better. Send
-tamp and addicts and receive our
larce descriptive circular, giving full
IlKXXKIt MANUrACrritLNT; CO.,
110 SimtliiicM Street.
PctkrsonV M.u:7.im: for July i
before us, with one of the mivt ex
quisite steel engraving, wo have eer
seen, "Cha-ing The 1'ttcrtly," alone i
worth the price of the number. Then
there i a rharming colored steel fashion-plate,
w-ith five figures; a colored
colored pattern in crewel, "Pome
granates and leaves ; " and something
like titty wood-cuts of dresses, work
table patterns etc., etc. ; a perfect gnl
avy of gtxxl things. The most noticea
ble article is an illnstrntcd one, "A
London Dinner-Party," by Mr. Ann
S. Stephens describing a dinner, at
which she was present, at the late
Earl of Carlisle's. Nothing that we
have ever read brings lefore one, co
vividly, the state and splendor of puch
a meal, in the houses of what D'fraeli
used to call the higher antcr;uy."
There are in addition, in addition,
several capital love stories; especially
"White Simplicity," of very usual
merit, even for "Peterson." Ve have
often spoken f fliis magazine as the
best and cheapest of the ladies' books;
and we can only rejieat this praie.
and advisC evcryqody to sulscrilw.
No family should Ihj without it, for the
low price only two dollars a year
placing it within the reach of all. To
dtibf. the Umm nre crra hirer, with
handsome premium for getting up
the club. beciincn are sent, gratis,
if written for. A new volume begin
with this number, n Hording an excell
opportunity to sul'scrilK. Address
Pktersov'is Magazine, 306 Chestnut
Street, Philadelphia Pa.
The number for July presents such
atttactions as to commend it to public
favor and insure inure increasing pat
ronage. The opening article gives an
exceedingly interesting history of
"hmhasVincyanl,"-and has icvcn
illustrations. "'St. Petersburg, the
City of Contradictions' (with ten illus
trations), 'Musical Instrument ol the
Bible,' by Alfretorr Ilcrvey (twenty
:ii.iw.t?.. n.. Xw.!ii ..r tV Vil
IIIH.-H.tMUU-", i ill; VrtllSIl VI ti v
Cross (six iIiu?trationJ, Some of
Woman's Rights,' by Rev. Dr. Tal
magc, 'Kompet's Stories of Jewish
Home life' and A Wit to Al-ottsford
and its Vicihity' are some of the prom
inent features. The are serial and
short sTT.Ki-s by Marion Harlanl and
other popular writers ; some admira
ble sketches and essays; poems by
fcongfcllow, P. Bourkc Martonand
others, several of them tastefully illus
trated ; and an abundance of other
good things fhat we have not space to
particularise- "The Home Pulpit" has
a sermon br Dr. Talmas?, 'Lost
Sheep. 'Rclrgiocs Facts The Col
lection Basket 'Information for the
Curious etc, clc, are exceedingly In
teresting features. The pnee of a
singlenaaiber"5 25 cents of $2 per
annum, sent postpaid. Address,
Fcaxx: Leslie; W, 55 and 57 Park
P!m Xew Yo,w.
BmThe well-known and popukrT
aniftores, jsanon iiarxanu otins a
new serial ory entitlcti A Goo
rcixow,, in the August number of
Fkavc Lklte's ScmaV Hscxose,
written cjrpfessly for its pages.
Thii agelone of Mwrfffiloos ad
vance. .TTk disco veryof new aIap
mtioiM of Electrical fores injthe next
Rirn'rears will astoaifck'mwnrioL
Jf ." X&$$
aVe'esseBtTal in secorinr lJKets for
. OMMmanicate'witJt PrwieA' fe Grcc !
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Having a large Stock that they wish j
to reduce, oner tlie loiiowing
Bargains for CASH for the
next thirty days.
6 pounds Arbucklc's Ariosa Colfcc tor
20 papers Church's Soda "
7 cans 3 lbs 1 omatocs,
4i u Peach
Green corn -
Blue Berries -
Cove Oysters (Standard.)
lbs Baking Powder (Warranted.) I.oo
" Lewis Lve
Boxes Axle Grease
Fifteen boxes Yeast Cakes (Standard.)
Sixteen papers one-fourth lb Sage
Sixteen papers " lb Hops
Twenty bottles Liquid Blueing
Ten bottles Sewing Machine Oil
Ten bottle? French Mustard
Fight bottles Horse Radish
Ten papers Siher Gloss Starch
Ten papers Corn Starch -
Twenty bars Climax Soap
Eighteen bars White Russian Soap
Twenty-four bars Capital Soap
One gallon Apples
Three lbs California Peaches Per Can
TWELVE PAPERS O. S. TOIUCCO
TEN - MEUSHUM Tt)ACC0
TEN POUNDS DRIED HERRING
We are also the exclusive AscnU
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