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MfciilPIIIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1886.
BILL TO PRETEXT THEIR
Natkaal Board to Hire Way to
I'oamUslon Directed or tke
Secretary of tke Interior.
laraaiai. coaaaaroaDaaci op tbi arriaL.1
Wasaiaeroii. Ma'ch 29. Toe atttt
mt n! subojit'txl to tbe ttt-nae by the
Postuta'er General, giving a ,tt of re
mov.la made in pnetcOiiia of the
fourth e atiae March 4, 188 tlnwa
that ite n amber of each removals in
TVnimaae baa been 168; in Arkaosaa
AC, and in Mitigippi 00.
The Secretarr cf the T'uaary has
inked an additiwal appropriation of
fttCOO f r the completion of the public
building at Jackson, Tenn. Tbe lesson
lor tbia aiditionkl allowance ia that
the etti mates cf coot of the building
' were exceeded, owing to the unex-
Seetcd high coat of the work, baing
one in ai oat-of-the-way place and
' the high rata of transportation. An
xnf2,000 ia aleo required for tbe
Oaf ird, M'es., building from the aame
cauaea and 'he exiwnae incurred io
providieg aiit4ble drainage.
The Committee on Commerce bava
nr. pared favorable report on the
bill "to prevent the introduction of
eontacj ua and Infectious (Users a into
HhaUuiu delate." A ia well known
to the readeraof tbe Appeal, tha in
aeveral phasea haa been the subject of
tonsia'eratioa in the committae, and
H fi Rratifyim to know that they ere
sot only willing to do their duty in
the premises, but are persistently urg
inc she attention of J ingress aud tbe
eonntry to the question of samUiy
proviaient aod lawa. Thia measure w
still another atep in the right direc
tion. The committee will aay tt.at
"yellow-fdver ia a peat wbcas ravf
awe not oonfifled ti any locality cr
Wat, but which, if import el torn ita
hone in the tioplce, his aprai over
Jante poitona of onr country, pro
ducing moat diiaitrous reau.t'. Meaa
res fci eheck the prosreui or prevent
. the in vat i in of tbia olaaaof diseases
tnnat be national in their character,
titmrity, and the extent cf their ap
4 , In tie report under consideration
, the commltft add : ibe importance
o( a organ ad public health service
incennaction with the gmiral aov
. eromfnt isgenirilly cononded. Every
eivihavtl ooontrv Laa maila anh ...
vision for tbe health ai d esf 1 y of its
int ahltant. The neceaeit.ee of mo Jem
life require such aaniUry provision.
inereace in popa'a ion witbia
rere, t timea acd ita oonceotiatioa in
lrg ornn uanlties, the rapid growth
- '' iw rumsa
cemtBonlcat on between diff-rei.t
oonntrieeand varioua portions i f the
mmiu, mjuQirj, owing io me impiuvfd
faftl I ties for Intnrnmim k. ....,.! I
. . un.o KUUDVI
tod fkiee mora rapidly and generally
the several forma of oontagir n, Infoc
tiuna and epidemic dineaaea and in
crease their danger and fa ality.
It becomra Important, therefore,
that the tuti relating to the nature of
these di eee, and eapecially the
lawa of their dlmeuiinatioo, should be
aoceitiiqed in order that proper and
efficient mnaauroa of prevention ma
be adopted. Huch diaeaana are n t
loca'ind or lim tad by H(te line.
Tk.M . 1 II 1 I t
t11' rayiuiy aim wiuoiv, ana
boome a oa'iuual scourge, calling for
national m awree of relief.
II... .i.r . . .
iurr rocmiifr me good accom
pliahed by Stale Bjarde, the repoit
Xt would eeein that when ao much
has been areoinnlished by State htaUh
organiiationF, a nafonaf health air
vlce, covering a wider held and c Mi
trolling conditions which they either
aeparate y cr conjointly cannot rta;h,
must, if propei 1 1 organised and pru
' denly and eftioieutly admlnlatered,
be bentflolal to tbe public intense.
Congress in 187tf recognised the pro
priety of creating such a service, and
etablished the National Board of
Health, which still exitU It per
formed good eervice tor several year.
pni ttia fact cannot be diaguiaed that
, it doea not now command the couti"
dence of Oangreaa or the country, and
ia no logger netful.
Your committee are of the opinion
that the medical prjfestion do not de
aire ite continuance, aud one of tiie
providot eof the aic rapanyingbiH re
peala the law establishing ii, Tliia
bill oUtfs'I.e service in tbe Lands of a
cojimia loner cotnected with the De
partment of tbe lutsrior. It thus a
cnreeifRcUnty of actim aud full re
apona b.lity, biing always under the
control of tne Secretary of the Inte
rior. A change of commissioner in
ase of inefficiency aou'd be eabi ly made
"while a bterd of eleven membra
eould set be changed without dtlay,
diCDcnlty and embmaaament. Nopa
trooae ia conferred upon thia cBioe,
i and no executive f u octiona are created
that oan in aay way touch upon the
ngoie or powers 01 me siate,or other
- deptrtuenta of the government.
- ' An impo teat bill haa been pre-
Montea to iae uomm:t aa on i,veea
and Improvements of the Mifwieaippi
Kiver for coaaideration, intended 10
change the present mttbod of improv
ing the great waterway. It povidee
Ihak liv tnm nnrBOM of vnati nin. Ka
' watert f the Muainippi river witi
in ita ctanntl from Cairo to tbe
1 Head of the Paasep, and to carry ( fl
the flo x watera of iad river to the
Gulf i f Mx cj, tbe Becre'a-y of Wr
ia ant vuia-nl to entar into contract
with Patrick J Kennedy and aeto i
Ua for the c nstruiti in of 10,00 ',000
cob e y t da of embankmenti or ear h
works, within ttie limits tf the b a ea
', bordering i a the river, and to enter
into contract with tbe same i:tia for
tbe opening of outliti to earry ufl the
1 flood wera of the rivers tl r mgb
' Bayou P aquemlne, Li.r B irgne, acd
alone t'i route of the pr Jected Fort
8L 1'b ill j canal
It provide for tbe building of 2M,-
000 cuh e yards of levee er ankm'at
in Ten "eneee ; in Arkanaaa 2.0 0,00t
cnbie ynda; In Miei tirpi 2,00,WX)
cable vrd', and in L m a ana 4,000
000 cab e j ird, w th ti e ha a ice i i
ldieen it Jieotucky tod 1 1 no:a. The
bill etlfnr an apprrp-iati m if $3.
700,00. i f which $ i, 100,00 J ia to be
need tor the ootlete,
. The Military Commlttre bavebeen
aasH to rnommetd ao appropriation
of tbtMti i t tne construction of a
anacai'a need loal from the town nf
.Dover tu the national rmt-ry in
tbat v'ciniiy, provided it at therght
of way. D' t li-aa than aeveniy-five let
inwitlib, nil fl at be eerored o fie
Uoiti i io aiy pait if the
gToaoft Lv-r whinh t tie io d - hall run,
not now owned by tbe Unit"1 hta ie.
The i)ri.n of TeDnpr-e Undo ninn
to) be fi ill with thecnmiuiir-e, be f.il
lowing be r tbe la'eet nnMii' i : O.
T. Wt tf. Union (O'Htv, $3t f r a
hotee sri'i fup 1m; Wj i m Mo
Meig ( 525. pn pertv t ei h
the t.r' : V l Mm Cii' n n' a 'iXrof
Ieec"i' t . i3 K),sini-; K j i
icV, f fry mnjiry ei"i-a.
Ibe ( i. i'ii t ee rn 'h Jo tu iaiy ric
cnmeiiil '-.a' 'amael p. Ev', Uta
tinit.-l f'i. t b M .iDQkl for the E thru
biHUni, b i.i U'5t aa feea for eer
vicea rendered by him aa marshal after
the expiration of bis term of office
and before hs snccefsor aat ap
1 we Llvra LmI urf Ttor e Prrawwa
Hronmon, Mj ii , March 30. A fire
visited iiron.wn thix morning, deet ray
ing tho tine new brick blo'k of aton-a
which wan built laxt "iiiMnior. One of
the terrible d atiin n of the fire ia tho
death of Mix. Timothy Hurley and
hc-r daiiplitor May. aged flften yiara,
alio were burned. Mr. Hurley and
three children, a boy aged sixteen, n
other trn and a linby about two and a
half years old. are terribly burned.
Charles .Stniclily, a baker employed
by Mr. flu ley, ia badly cut about the
fin e and hewf. The tire company did
effective work, eaving the bumncas
portion oi tno village, rour atorea
were burned j loH8tlri,000. Thebodiea
of Mrs. Hurley and the daughter have
Just been reooverod, but burned bo
yond miognition. Slieriff WhitUkcr
had one of )iin legs cut very badly by
the fulling of a heavy plate glaee. Thia
la me lourth deatructive fire that haa
ravaged Itronaon within the kiat two
and a half years, destroying about
fiiw.iKiu worth of property.
IimiwNhviti.B Stales: From the preea
of this Congressional Piatrict it eeema
Uie popular wintinient ia aluioat unani-
mouHiy in tavor of a primary election.
ahii vii.u Ammnw To attempt to
give to the Carroll ton afluir a iiartiaan
complexion ia a not leas atrocious vio
lation of the public peace than the
mnexiu're iteclf. ,
Bolivar BuUdln: We recognize tho
fHrttiiat there ia an element In (ho
Kemocrntic party which is in favor of
prouieuve tnriu, ami ih opposed to
tho regulation of railroada, but it ia a
mere faction, and the party cannot
afford to pander to it.
Mi Kenzib Newt: Every week every
loonl paper gives from 100 to 5000 lines
for the boIu benefit of the vicinity in
which it ia published. No other
agency can or will do thia. Tho local
editor, according t his moans, doea
more for a town than any ton men.
Tub Jucksoji Trilmrte upon the Sen
ate debute: "The Democrat, with
out a single dissenter, championed tho
administration, and the party every
where applaud tho chief executive for
hia firmness in refusing the Senate
papers concerning appointments."
The Nashvillo 2tomTsav8 of that
city: "We need more of the push and
vim which hnvo made manv West
ern and some Southern citiee rise like
magic into power and importance aa
commercial and industrial centers.
Nashvillo ia not alone in that need.
Ci.AitKsviLi.Bs Uhftmicle) The Ninth
District are now proposing that the
convention plan bo done away with
ami primary elections substituted in
their stead. We aro inclined to be
lieve that the movo is a good one, and
uiiiu use io sec it nuopted In aiont
IiouvAii BuUain. on the Carrollton
iminr.ui i,-. v,o((i rieoillO III OV- Ollr
sister Mate, for the salto of her good
......... ..1 .1 1 1 V
limn- iioniiui, snoiiiii arise and boo
that the iMirpetriitors of this irreat
outnigo upon justice and the lawa of
tiie Nate are prom i tly prosecuted and
iiiiisneii lor men- crime.
iimiumhkia ivnex: mi innu uu
the (ou ls combine to reuiiliihifreiirliiii
huh iiiivs, put np mo price of coal,
wheat, coin, pork and other neees
sa lea of life by arbitrary advances in
transport charges, so long will they le
stooped from complaining if labor
coin nines I O io
LABOR RIOTS IV BELGIUM
MOIST AT AJf ESD.
Sir ( harlea Dilke Into viewed on
i British Pol tics -Keli ctioua la
hit:o uji wages.
1'Oi.HMiiiA Herald: No arrests in
iwiSHissippi yet of nnv of the murder
ers who liavt made tho name of "Car
ronton a ny-wonl ami a reproach to
the entire fcSUto. . . . It is a mut
ter ol sincoro regret that tanlf reform
has little chance of success with the
present Congress, notwithstanding
the I H'inoeratic party wout into power
on nun issue. I
Nasiivim.b Wii.- Tho American
people aro ahead of tho American
courts in according to woman luir legal
r Khts Woman ought to have a fair,
square deal. The (nion called atten
tion recently to tho ni.-cessity for or
ganized eirort in her behalf in the
matter of wages. Hho ought to have
equul pay for eipiul work with man.
If any iliUcrenee, she ehould have the
A BttlHT DAT.
Now jmt Uke a ptp at taa window aad
Oh, daur mat
How aloadyand dark, aud howdratryaad
Sf aji I
, What a dart
The rain toami ta fawa
At Keorao aourios down;
Aad thawat, asaadr aartk iiHika at eroat'ai
8doI. 1 ,
llow eeald I tipe-t to ba htvpj and (ax
bonh a dart ?i
whaa tkinai an dall and a 111 at a moat
J i k, dear, if 1 ka-w
I inraotbiDa to dot
Tha world lot ki aa ir it ware harlot a try .
ba am I.
IxiNDON. March 30. Vr. Trevelyan
replying yesterdav to the address of
a deputation of Ulster Liberals, aaid
he had an alternative Irish scheme
which he wojld bring forward at the
The riot compensation bill was read
a mmi timo la tbe Uouse oi com
mons last night.
The Daily Nam believes that Mr.
uladstone'a scheme relative to Ire
land doea not place the police under
the control of an Irish parliament
The government intends to oppose
nir. jieaton a motion urging negotia
tions with other countries for the our
pose of establishing universal penny
- mir Camrlva) IMIke Itrvlew.
"Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Trev-
clyan," Hir Charh Dilke said, "for
mally resigned at the Cabinet council
Friday, and Mr. Gladstone sent the
resignations to the Queen on the even
ing ol the same day by a special mes
senger. Both gentlemen will prob-
aniy msae statements ana announce
their resignations in the House of
"Further defections," he continued.
"are improbable just at present. Os
borne v organ aud Viscount Kilcour-
sio intended to resign at the same
time that Chamberlain and Trevelyan
did, but anr. Gludstono talked them
over, and they will remain. Jease
Uollings will follow hia friend Cham
berlain, but as the petition against
hia election as member for Ipswich is
aimosi ceruii'i u te successful, he
will probably not tako the trouble to
resign. Mr. Ileneago will also secede,
but the seceders outside of the Cabi
net will wait until Mr. Gladstone
macs a formal and detailed state
ment of hia Irta'i policy to Parlia
ment. Earl ffponcer is a vigorous
supporter of land purchase, and will
not consent to home rule ithout it.
He will leave the Cabinet if the land
purchase proposal does not either pre
cede or is not concurrent with the
home rule bill. Mr. Gladstone will
how revort to his Irish schemes aa
originally submitted to the Cabinet,
but it is impossible to say yet whether
he can enrrv them through the Hoimo
of Commons. Undoubtedly Lord
Hartington, 8ir llcnrv Jamea. Mr.
Chamberlain and others will form a
strong 'cave,' and I shall probably my-
sen row in me same boat if Mr. Glad
stone a schemes fail.' Coercion ia
neeessary in ire and, and the 'cave
will not shrin therefrom. Mr,
Chamberlain will probably go much
further in this direction than myself,
I believe that v.r. Chamberlain has
rightly judged that the Democracy of
Great Britain, which is included in all
parties, is prepared to give to the peo
ple of Ireland a fair meas- re of self
government, but is not in favor of
giving them complete home rule or
buying out tho Irish landlords for
LIBOR Bit) sTlF liELUIUM.
tbe uhi of tbuMV drug liirtbe relit-f of Neural
tria. It la iratifyioit Io obaerve that iwb dun
Karoo consequence! Duty bo averted by tbe
uw of Tonuauhk, whk'b ia almost a acilic
la the acute iunn of Neuralgia."
FOR BALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THI USE OF OPIUM OR 'MORPHINE!
' The Vntienl Brtrf, pnbuaheri at Kt Lonla. says i VmA Tintttiiwi la i saw of Nembrla of H or IS
in tbe Jum. lhst, iwue : ' kliuiy bavc becoiue ru trQii. wtilcb lud nulUKl S tiMUaHuT
vtctuua Io the lue ol opium or moruhtne. fmm !. au muotua luul tlx Muni
ilief of Neural-1 Ju" """"V" ' r wmpW,"
a. u. auii, m. II. bOUUTTUla, M.
"Hw hn Toncalina a fafa-MU In NaoialcU.
"T (a .iprarton. lii. nwli-
cumIut Uiml diMeam.- J. P. KiAUX . m,UL
" I omaiiW TonamUna th boat ftwjn for
Nnunifu 1 Uae Hn IrtM "
& V. lnrtAL.iL D, FiBrils, Ma.
PRICE ONB DOLLAR PEE BOTTLE.
A. A. W'tllFR. "t Proprtitur, 7Ht and 711 WASllLMiTON AVEKUR. ST. LOUIS.
No. 30O Front Street, : STemplils, Tenn.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
Hem pli la, Tenn.
ftafth Advances Io Ivferofiatntai and Plunle-r.
Ne wIt Constructed a nd Elaborately Funodshed, Con
talx ing 225 Xarge and Elegant Rooms.
srTha If oum nas Perfeoi Tantllatioa and Nataral Llaht, Stsam haatlna , Elaotrlo Balli,
aad two o Dale's Elavatora. All treat-earl pass Hale atreat entrance
BaTES-a)a,SO f a per day, aecordlns to lias aod slavation of romna. Bpaolal
rataa to Commaroial Travalera. Abundant aupply of PURE CISTERN AND WKLL WATKH
Sternberg & Son,
(SJVCCEMNOBS TO STKKMBERS at
; , WJIOZjXIBAXiII
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
33( Front St.. t;or. union. MempniSa Tenn.
If only th. ponrhlna would ai
A.J . i. . :
And tha da-k, looiy eloala, and tha
aad tha ry
yf f, lhaa yna voald .
H. M.r. l'A h. I
If nly tha iua aad lb. waathar woald try,
6l would I
-Sydney Dm a in St. RiJutlfyr Aprils.
rnorta) r tu aiavaa ax rbirar.
(.'HtrAoo, III., March SH-rDuring
tho rwent- atortua the atra pf the
lake mai stall further enft-oachmonts
on the Iake Phnro driv in: Lincoln
Park. 'Fmm North avenhe pior for a
distance of abont half a inife,. north
the drive, ill impaasable, being washed
out in aonie places and covered with
dpbria in thorn. " All along the shore
of Linrti'n JPark and Evanaton great,
ouantitira of earth have boon waahed
away. ' One veft' remarkable' and
startling fart'ia 'discrbaed ia connno
tion with tho encroachment of the
lake on Lincoln0 Park, and that
ia that the whole surface of the
lake ia gradually rising at the
rate' of about four inches 'per
year The record alio a that (he
surface of the waU'f is taow two and
one-half fuct higher tlian it was seven
years aro. Portions ' of tho ' Lake
Shore driveway, where are located
aotne of the costliest private reaideacea
in the city, have been wraahe4 almost
completely away. . A aevere wind
storm ia prevailing to ay, aad the
1 ke ia a?ain tempestuoua, tho waves
breaking on the heach and causing
Iw Dear Old ay.
We differ ia creed aod fo'iiic, but
caraannial the iprne o i tb dr
sirblrefB cf a fli" head 'I hair. If
y hi r o i'n the l aa of 'hii blia-iinv
nd i r .i-mfi t. a boifle or two t
Pa re ' li.ir B 1 an will mak -ym
I'Mik a V'-n did lu ibx dear Id aavo.
is o h irytfg. Tbeoi ly aUndi2
) ceats artule lot toe hair.
nlet tint Yet Heirt at harlrrol
Hiu'hhkw, March IK). (Juiet lias not
yet Ih'cii rttoroil at Charleioi, but the
Blnkera are ui'iierally returning to
work. Ihe only lo'-ulily where thedia-
turbHiiees have incrcHHed ia the Oen
t rill coal uiininv tliHtrict The princi
pal qunrry owner in the Tournay di-
trict, naa conaentea to increase ttie
wajrea of the men if the miwter miners
at the meeting tn niglit ahall acqui-
eace. a moo oi airiKern entered Tour-
nay thin morning, mukinir imiHv de
nmr.strationH, but they withdrew when
they found the town thoroughly
guarded by gendnrnies. The latter
have the streets ao well patrolled that
it ia practically iinnoaHible for rioters
to HHumtile at any place in the town
in tne weire tiiHinci me strikers aro
less violent. At Verviera, fourteen
milea east of Lieire, the police have
seized tho ofllce and papers of the see-
n'Utry ol the Workim-ns Universal
Adviwa from Lieire say thnt auiet
has been restored there. Tho troopa
which have been stationed at Chatle-
roi and Licgo are leaving those places
tor lonrney and fllonea. lho wov-
ernor of Liege lias promised the atrik
ing miners that he will intercede for
them with their employers with the
object of securing for the workmen an
increase of wagca.
Paris,. Varch 3.,-VM. Rochfefort
and I guerre have left Paris for Char-
loroi, to loo t into the labor trouble!
there. ' , ,
Pubis. March 3. Tbe authorities
have seised the edition of an Anarch
tut paper printed in Brussels and sent
here to be circulated.
'lUtiHsaiA, March 30. - The situation
created by the strikers remains threat
ening at Tournay j elsewhere through
out Belgium comparative quiet pre
vails. Glawiow, March 30,ir-0eorge Wur
ray, engaged in the iron trade here
haa failed. Ilia liahilitiea are large,
and he oilers to settle with hia credit
ors at H on tho pound. Another fail
ure in the iron trade ia also reported.
Pig iron ia quoted at 4 Va.'
Atuvnb, March 30-rIt is stated that
tho government will auhmit to Parlia
tuqnta measure providing fir a com
pulsory loan and for the confiscation
of monastery lands. A report ia cur
rent that the government Intends to
mobiliae the National Guards.
Paris, March 30. Advicae from SU
l4uia state that the nativea of Sen
wgalin rebelling against French au
thority have resorted to open warfare.
In recent attack the rebels killed
nine French soldiers aad wounded
thirty-two. Reinforcements for the
colony are being rapidly fitted out) at
MOST PERFECT MADE
Van.U. LtmoB. OimnM, Almond Koa, c
Bixor aa drlKatdr ana
fRICS B AKIN 3 POWQW CO.,
8. a. HKR5D0IT.
BERNDON & CALHOOII,
And ManufactIarertl, Asenfs,
854 Second Ht.. Itoowin W and 9. IT-Xtiilr Wemphla. Tenn. Telephone ?fi4.
THE LIVER MORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINK 1)EPT, 1G0 to 174 Adams St, Memphis.
vaaiiDar, ajs :';
.. i Tl. IVtM.W n
TSbeei I ram.
rnlA f Majnar I-- .naaTslTf Wukm,
ajaiNltnak T H I F il l t 1111 11 II I
Work, t L ti ffLaJ .JL riftitVf Btr.,Ktr.
IRON & UAILUAY SUPPLY DEFT, 220
tSunoenaors in this t.partmrnt to MAN'OQUE.)
a-Wr'e w nr ii-fnrTHtlon on ANY 'llltNO In e'ther 1'tiw.
P. S. ALaiTON,
E. W. t'lOWELL,
H. H. HafJRT.
ALSTON, CROWELL & 00,
And Commlwion Merchants. Uar, lorn Oat, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-Jfe!
Llm , Oement, Plaater, Building and Fire Rrlrk, Etc
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
X. L. MoSOWAK.
W. S. PATTKSOS
TOOF, Mill & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors.
And Dealer In LvM and
No. 274 Front Street -
-Mem vilai, Tenrefn
AT AJIt riASTIla-K3LlH ATT-TAX
Do:rs, Sash, Blinds; Holding, Lncl
, Lath and Shingles. Flooring,; Celling and Cedar Posts.
fl O TP
Cotton Factors, VJcoSssalo Grocers,
IVft. 11 ITnlon Street, t : ''olemvnls, Trnv.
CeHars. Trace CUaalns, Imp Uaka,
Bliud Ilrldlea, Ilames, Lap Kings,
llark bands, Single Trees, Repair Link
llameail rings. Double Trees, Cotton Hope,
Curry Combs, Horse Bruahr-s.
A Complete Line of the above Goods at Lowest Prices.
JaT-HiaPBLADE c3 CO
SOI nnd 303 Main Street, Jlemphl, Tenn,
UTDSXW enEWABT, TSrw Orfcauu. ANDEZW S. GWYNKK, Hemph
STEiiT, 6WYfjNE & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Factor;
RO.S30 AAD S38 FBOST 8TOEET, MEMPHIS, TEiS.
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STEWART BROTHERS & COLIPMY
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