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MEMPHIS! DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 18SG.
A CAPITAL USHER.
"1103" TATLOB AJiD
JTars Chit Ab..nt I'uHIIcr TVlut
tbe Former II .i to Sir aboiit
Karni'm and llonila.
IcoRt'drnxriKCi or tui ArriiL.I
Washi.no ton, D-c. 5. Tbronili. u'
the pi it e'k, Prefiilent C ev lai d
his bet-n suturing from an at'ai k of
rheumatism in t!. knot, wh ch, hi',e
it did not prevent him from working,
lias rauU liim considorubie incon
venience ai.d h.s Etc.sa.'ated a dis
coritinaenre, for i he rviciit at hast,
of his nulla1 put ilia rec pti; ns. He in
able to move around his loom whh
d ffl n'ty, bot eay he is qalie com
imtab'e bo !ona; an ho r: mains ccated
From tbK fad that he is unable to
Btati'1 np, for even a Bh'rt tim, with
ent p iv, be has received bnt few call
us. In fact. Senator llarr 8 and Gov-fnor-olc
Taylor, whom he received
Wedntx-diy, were the first callers
whom be saw this we' k, and may be
considered specially favored. Ibat
there in any ill fueling ixig'init be
tween Scnrtor Harris and the Presi
dent, as ! as been stated by more than
one rewgpiper, Is absolutely nntrnp,
acd the (orilidl mnunt r in which the
ji vial Ir o cha'ted r.nd laughed to
gether would luve put to ahanie the
0'itiDat r of th. t s'ory. As a n.attiir
of fai:t, t1 e Tentitswe Srnator is on
tho vry bea! of tiima with the I'resi
doi t, and ip alr)s warmly Wrfhori ed
atlheWlut" Hore. The conversa
tion np m ttiis r.articu'ar occa.inn was
tf a di sn'tory nature and, although
Mr O evi la d fcea-tily c ngrata'atod
"Bob" Taylor on bis e! ctio", he made
so olher allusion to his inmpaitfii.
In the Senate the death of Penaior
Tike, of Naw Ham!iiirP, is to he re
ported, at'd in the Ilance that of
Confcro aman Arnot and others at an
It serins to he the opinion that
there is small hope of tan IT legislation
this win'er. Birennons efloits will be
made by K prtsuntative Morrison and
his unjiporura t" pnah his tanlT bill
to the hoi t a early as pocsiblR, but
the clianct s of sncce s ara smail. In
fact th" leKlalat'on accomplished out
aide of the regular appropriation bills
will be i f a very limited nature and
will amount to but little. 'J he short
. seisions of Congress are always busy
- tinea. Thera are three mouths before
the end of the Forty-ninth Congress,
unlers V e p opoaition of extending
it to April 19th carried, and when
- it is c juddered that the appropriation
bills were the staple subjects of ((is
cushion throngh five mouths of last
session It will be readily seen that the
members will be crowded
with bu Bin pub. Already an extra
ee s ou in ta'ked of. and a dees some
method can be found and alopteJ
whleh will prevent the ob'trno.lon of
business by a iuw dingrunMed mom
! rs it will be'an absolute necessity.
j !! CONDITION OF 8BCBKTABY MAN
HINd is a eoure of continual anxiety to his
Mends. There is no doubt that hs is
mill very feebl", and his family have
huen urging him to leave Washington.
On bis return here after his sickness
he remmed all the work of his iifflne,
notwithstanding his weakness. By
12 o'clock In the dy he is completely
worn out The ooly direction in which
he has er.deavored to lessen the
fat'gm s of his position is in the m al
to: of receiving oallen. The majority of
II . Qt hn urns over to hla two assistant
N cretaries, Fairculld and Thompson,
; though he still receives quite a
ttitmner himselL Yonrnorroopondent
waslo tie Hecrelary's rfllce a day or
two ago and was amazed at the condi
tion in which be found Mr. Manning.
He wax just in the act of mov ncr, pain
fully ami slowly, with the aid of a
mopiepg. r and Irs p-ivate cecretary,
from h's disk to a couch. His voice
when he spoke was nothing more than
a 1iohmh whixpbr, and ws-s frequently
inhrru ti d by a distrtuuing catching
of thu brea h. lis aintl of retongni
tlon wan like that of one in the la-it
atavis of ro'iHinmtlon, sickly, foehle
and iull of pitiful entreaty, while h s
eves snokn what his Hps could not a
dealr to be allowed ti rest. His
cheek", while (nil el color, huve none
of the hum of health. They have
that dull lenhm arpefirance which ex
tremn ci Id s ime'lmes pk duces, while
his nesh is JUbby and uuheallhful.
Home gentlemen who have seen him
on bualmss hint that Mr. Manning's
mind is not nearly as strong as it used
to bf, and that he is loatrg ground
mental y as well as physically. They
say hai ihey wl'l show him a paper
and ' I cu a it' entente with him. On
reiuti'ii g within a short time he will
have toriio'ien tnat tiiere was ever
puch c ,'apirin exish nce. It is evl
den' that he cat not s and the strain
very nint h lo"g r, and that he will
breakdown comp'ote'y and be com-
nolle 1 to resign if he does not allow
bin tell more latl'.uilein the way of
w.irk. 11k in so conscientious, ho
evw. tl at h will not spare himself.
end he ' nk-tp upon his shoulders more
than hi i phjscal condition will war
1NTKRVIKW WITH Bon TAYLOR,
i ii r c irreppoiiieat had a verv
pi a in t inierviow with ''Bob" Taylur
ioc n ly. He bmA ttiht he and his
brot'iei Al aere atlil on the best of
toric, i.nd that there had been no
irrit ti in ( r angor between them
during thu win le cumpi ign. In re
pon t the qutstion i to how he
a id ti m l.r ti er had hecotno eepnattd
poiiit a le. tlie uovernor elect of Ten'
uec.-i e t-aiil : "My father w is a Whig
bol"T the war, a Union man during
the " ar and a liepnliilcan alter It. lie.
noivir, tevtr tned to control my
poll ichI i ws. Alt the poll leal ad
vh e )i. ever iave me wheu I first went
rn to e waa, 'D.m't be a fool
llj.' ' I re kon I became a DaniActat
tbioii.h i tenlrg to the speeches of
mytiniihi-fa brother. Uncle Haines.
wbo.se e oqupnre completrflv captured
me. 1"t. my father and myself
were ve y mucn oppesed to my accept
ing the i. in na'ii n, fearing that the
heat of a puIHIcaI canvitss mUhtmaie
a bieach in the good feeling uhlch
had always existed between ui boys.
But the Democrats said they were
going to have a unique canvass and
could oiseoiB l eu. s and not personal!'
ths. Vv 1th t1 at view I accepted the
non l: atio ', having made np roymind
that noihini( shnuld happen to make
tihut Jc: i ngs Between aji and my
"A hat la your opinion of the ad
nili: i ran mi asxed y ur corre-
1 l ave Hcarcely had time to make
up my ni:i.(i," was the reply. "Oleve-
laiid's t'-rin ii t o' ha f t'inrgh yit,
art, howv-r, a s'roi g bi litver in bar
pior;y tnd liomir-y -- I aru very s-trnng
on i;om.i. and if the IVinocrats
w h to rciain power tl ey should cu!
The Governor and O'ngrrsamftn
BiDliar.'-'tin then fell io d ec i 'Sing tho
nnr:taof (lie riSjecti floral fiddles
ra.h Lad ltn presented with dcrirg
the campa;cn. The har.d-omfft he
I ad received, ths Governor dclirei,
wp.n on s which had bat n given him at
Fails, which w-is a ".u e mongh"
fildle tOTfrrd with white sain and
d coratediih lovely whitt tloe s.
(KCBKTABT WniT.NBY AND JC'DN BOAOH.
Tne rep-irt mado to 8 crotary Wblt
i ey yrtit r'ay of the fai'nro f the
cruier A' a' ta to crme tip to requln.
mentfl in tl:e bid fir bircoiftru ticn
fully jin'ify the t-'icretary in hid-Ui-pension
cf J.ihn H'iich's b di. Per
haps it wai a k'lowlndge (f thift'ia'
p evetteJ Mr. Rojch from competing
for the coiistruition of ths new ves
sels. O'mftWlONBB ATKtWN,
having somewhat reonverfd fiom Ms
late illnera, w. s at his desk yesttrday.
Io this conue tion it bos developed
ibat Secretary Lamar, in his report to
Ourgrws, Indorses fully the recom
mpnita ions of Commiaioner Atkins
with reference to the treatment of the
Father Grave, a Jrsu't Indian mia
i onary, was lately interviewed as to
bis experience in the Western wilder
ness. A native of Piedmoi t, Italy, be
came to this country In 1852 to meet
Father Do Smet, and for years labored
uno'er this celebiated minaionery'a in
structions. Since 1809 Father Uri'sa
labors have benn amonj'ho Washing
ton, Idaho and M'jntani Indians, m-ist
recently amorg the Grows, on the Lit
tle llora and Big Hr rn, and the Chey
ennre oa Eos- bud and Tongue riv
irs. flp.aWng of tbe average In
diaa BRon, he said: If the Indians
were treat I'd with fairre'S and hon
eaty there would bs li;tle tionble
with them, and thry would yield to
Chri'.tianity acd bocome tiv'ir. id.
The ludiaii agent is nsuallv a dieh m
est person, or at least ini fTlciont and
nns iti f ctory. Oona9ioriary there is
a good our, but for tbe mutt part they
ara bnd. Thry are Indian agents not
f ir tbe benefit they may do the In
dians, but for the money there is in
the ofBos. Among all the Indian
sgont: I have ever feen Gen. William
sin, at the Crow Agercy, pleads me
the hbht. Under Ids direc'lan the
Crows hava taken great pales to culti
vate patches of girden ttun". Kaoh
family has two acres, and under his
InatrDCtinns they take great interest
ingrowing thing. He to'd me that
next yiar he intended to try to ar
range It so that each family should
have several cows. His ol j ct is to
accustom them to domestic life.
The Oueyenne agent is we!l iuten
tioned, but he has little means at
hand. I find the Indians ready to ac
cept religious Instruction. They are
naturally iclig'ous and given to vener
ation. Fa' her Prando, who labored
amor g the Crows and ( heyennra, waa
loved by tl.em as a father. Concern
ing ttia future of the race he bald: Ths
Indian can be civilised and civilisation
will settle the Indian question. Of
course, Christianity preceding civil'sa
tion will mnke the work easier. You
can depend upon the Indian when
they bars good treatment. They are
only ugly when pushed and goaded
bywrorg. The Indian agent's me' hod
of making good Indiana is very differ
ent from ours. Indian character a 1
over the Territories ia mu h the same.
The rowan that tbe Indians of the
Northwest, those with whom I
have been, are het'er than
those of Ar'iona, New Mexico
and ' other places in the Houth
ia because tbey have had better treat
ment. The Indiana east of the Rock
ies, csieolally those I hare indicated,
have bad no fair words, no honext
treatment, nothing but pursuit and
outrage. Many of the Indian tribei
among whom I have been have a high
standard, of morals. Among the Occur
d'Alor.cs diunkenness ia severely
polished. If a man steals a woman
he ta pat in prison for a month, with
other panaltiesadd id. Tbe Crow In
dians are natural y unchaste, but
their habits In this particular are im
proving. . The Uheyennrs, on the
other hand, are a chaste people.
rueannun saioat tbB Uxad Luter
Office will ojcur on the 13th instant
The catalogue shnrts 2007 books and
1J3 pii'caa of jewelry. The entire
mlacellaneous ar Ides number 4033.
! MICT jnaal'Q s. POWELL.
of the Wjiial OHlcc, has been detailed
to proceed to Omaha to O'gamsethe
meteorological tervlca of the Union
Pad flu RUIroad. which ia to cooperate
with the United States Signal Service
uurean. Abnut thirty stations will be
established along the line of the rail
road, it is stated that the Noithern
Pacifio and Canada Paciflo Railroad
Oompinles also coutomplate the estab
Uahment of moteorologlcal services.
and the Signal Service Bureau will aid
tbe projects to tbe extent of its ability,
as these cervices are expected to mate
rially ftflsiet tbe Bureau in weatber
prngnost citlons. With these aids it
Is believed that a cold wave or any de
cided change In temperature can read
ily oe traoeo in its eastwa-d course.
James B. Fowler, of Tennessee, aon
of ti Senator Joseph II. Fowler, haa
resigned hie clerkship In the Post office
uepartment on account of ill health.
Another lnanli ( rrce (! Inof
St. Ixitris, Mo., December 7. A
special fiotn hi Fa?o, Texas, rave
1 his morning a man arrived on the
Mexican Uontrat itailroad from Cbl-
I u tlmi who t jl!e a tale f outrage in
that city. The man is the Rev. T.
Rsi'paport, a Jewi h rabbi, and In ill
in aim. rue Jewish reon e of th a
city raited money to send him ti Iba
City of Mexloo, where he says he has
brothers. Mr. Rappaport avs he
stopped off at Chihuahua last Friday,
and kltT going about the streets for a
time with an American, they returned
io iiic.r uotei. neon altorwarda an
offlrercamo in and arrested them,
cnarging mem wnu Di tng revolution
I Me. and took them before a mauls
trate. Mr. Ripnaport says tho officer
went tnroucti ins packets and took
away 148. He showed his papers to
the magistrate, who thereupon dis
charged Mm, bnt kept tbe $18 "for
costs." Ha says the American re
fused to pay anything, and appealed
to the American consular agent, who
said he had no authority beyond
commercial affairs, so the American
went io 111. wnera ha now la. Con
sul Brlgham will Investigate tbe mat
ter and report to the Bute Depart
A rertaa! Arrldcai te
Word reached here yesterday that
ticket No. 26,441 had drawn the first
capital pris, $75,000, In the October
drawing of tho Liublana State Lot
lery, and that a ons-flftb ticket (cost-
ing ! sent io M. A. Uanpuln, rew
uricao-, i,a.j was nekl in Jamestown
ice lucxy man was J. in. lxiwe, an
employe of the Northern Dakota Ele
vator Company, who takia his good
fortutin cilnily, and he will keep at
work ths rame at usu.il. In this cae
tho money c mea to a p'or man with
a Krge 'am ly an I certainly ia a bless
ing nnd r((U -ed to them. Jumtttown
(Dak ) Alvt, Q.i)ber lihA.
Miss Caiihii M. Keating, pianist,
iuaj pi) iouqu ai me uayoeo .'lotel,
THE LITEST STYLES FOR WIN
In snd Oat of Doors -At tistio Cos
tamlrg and Draplna; Clouka
aid Hut-, of Fnl. hcd Njlcs.
coaatsraXDEKoa or TBI irrxL.
Nkw Yonx, Decarabfr 6. Vis
Fvit scne, who recLt!y p'sy. d a
ehort srafon at thoLjc.um litaUr
ia this city, h;s brstowod her name
('T it has bfen appropriated) for a
r. tin r striking bonnet which will, no
douvt, meet with much favor. It la
of olive green silk beaver, the brim
beirg of felt. The crown is very tall
and piaked; it is shirred behind, while
tbe front of the bonnet is garnished
with a long bird of paradise feather
and a knot of velvet ribbon. A very
neat promenade costume is in a plain
dark woolen material. The front of
the bwque ia almost covered by a
pla ted plastron of silk, over which is
added a beaded plastron, exteLdlrg
from tbe collar over tbe bust in point
ed form. The cillar and cuffs are also
covered with the bead des;gns, and
tbe end of tbe basque, in front, is fin
ished in the same way. The under
skirt is rather different from tbe gen
eral form of tbe models shown at
prec-ent; it pressiits all err ate plain
panels of silk and plaitings of the
woolen material. The drapery, which
is Iroped high on the left side, is
chiefly to be 'admired on
account of the artistic way in
which it is srrangod. The hat
to be worn with this suit Is an English
Walking sbspe. The foundation, aa
uiual with the Enginh hats of the
setson. Is of felt ; the brim rolte slight
ly In front. A band of dark brown
velvet ribbon enciicles the ciown,
and, combined with cream, forms the
knot on the front. At one aide, any
sma 1 bird may be placed.
At B ooklyn's dry goods palace,
Wtcbsler & Abraham', I was shown,
tbe other day, a few really exquisite
creations for reception wear,or use in
doors on various occasions.
One, which was Intended for a 5
o'cli ck e, small card party or simi
lar occasion, was in nesh colored cash
mere. On the skirt were placed large
pinals of moBB colored, a nped velvet.
The drapery, which was of the cash-,
mere, was arranged, I thought, in a
ra' her original manner. At the aides
it foil straight to the bottim of tbe
underskirt, being gracefully draped in
natural folds all the way down. Usu
ally the diapery is allowed (o fall in
front and rear, but ia looped at the
A beautiful dinner dross for a young
married lady was shown in. dark red
faille Franraiee. The bodice ia cut in
a narrow v shape and is edged with
cream lace. D wn tbe front are nar
row pla tings of tbe faille, interspersed
with dark red velvet. The skirt has
wide n inels on each aide, which ara
covered with embroidery, in Persian
colors, applied directly to tbe fabric.
On tbe tuffi similar embroidery ap
pears, and they aleo ehow the plait
ings of mingled velvet and silk, which
distinguish the bodice, and they are
finished with lace.
A long black plush opera cloak,
which may be worn at matinees ana
upon similar occasions, exhibits a
Wat'eau plait down the back of
p'aided black velvet. This eleak is
trimmed extensively with : jet passe
menterie, which forms a coraage front
upon the garment, an J tbe bordetimrs
rjsid are of gray feather trimming.
For a bride's traveling drees a crea
tion in elecirio gray woolen material
naa tne kirt oi alternate pointed pan
e's of the woolen fabric and; plush of
a darker calor, with two wide plush
panels. Through eyelet holes in tbe
narrow plush panels double rings of
cord passementerie are drawn all the
way dnwn, giving a novel effect. The
drapery of tbe woolen goods is brought
in a long narrow point over the skirt
at each side, a wide plain panel of the
pniBQ appearing irom Deneatn it.
Stern iiros Beem to have excelled
thenar-elves In their bricabrao de
partmebt this ceason. Nowadays
puces ot bronze, bra?s, relroune, cjiina,
terra cotla and delicate glass, Beem to
be quite as necessary for comfort in
our homas as the easy chair or the
lounge. For putting over the mantel,
small cabinets of worked biaes, with
backs of beaten bronze, which are
mads Into many little compartments,
are shown. In the places provided
for them, choice pieces of china of all
deacriptions ate stt. Below this a fine
opei Are is the proper thing, with
woika of art in the shape of brass
tongs, shovel and irons near at hand.
A lady's boudoir mav be great! v
ornamented by the addition of a few
pieces oi art bric-a-brac. She may have
a pair of "Valiaut Moors" placed on
their pedestals in each corner of tbe
room, or a piece el Italian potterv on
tbe center table. Oue piece of this
pretty ware represents an Italian lady,
In a recumbent poature, taking her
noonday siesta. At her side stands a
romantic cavalier, trolling a love lay
to the sou ds of a mandolin.
I must say that some of these pieces
ot Italian ware are rathor rinquo.
"Fairy lamps," little China affairs,
formed like water lilies, or in other
f;rarcful shares, and beautifully tinted,
ook very well on a ceuter table or on
the mantel. They will serve as night
The shape, length and general char.
acterof the fashionable riding'babit
vary greatly from year to year. At
present the skirt ia by no means so
long as It formerly was, acd reaches in
front only a little bolow the instep.
Behind it Is train shaped. But of
course this shortening is direct v dun
to the introduction of a form of skirt
in which the knee is placed so as to
noiu me stirt and prevent the poisi
uiuij ui us uying up, me lauer Deiug
the unpleasant contingency provided
against Dy we Mowing skirt which waa
worn a short time ago. The bodice is
nowadays somewhat like a rntl
man's drees coat, and opens back over
a white vest, which is supplemented
by a gentleman'a collar and cravat
all denoting an approach to manieh
ness, which haa been apparent for sev
eral months past in other matters be
sides riding habit. A low crowned
gentleman'a hat, with a gauxs scarf
twisted around the brim, composes the
neaa gear io oe worn. c. H. H.
MllfMra. WvmK VI lftJIA
rpRB nnderflirnai hmv (hit dj lormad a
. Jt"r.r.'.n?"n,P onder tna nrm nam ol
JOSEPH U rllLLEN A CO., for th par
rot of carrying on a Umiral Flrcaitd
Nurla iMirwcfi Baalan. Mr. Jo.
U Pullen will bT tmmdit control and
manmnioi in bum mm.
C11AS. L. PIIT.I.KN
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NOTICE T0TUE PUBLIC.
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Cream Eon Dons, Fine French Handmade CreaHHind
I on Jiona, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatlnes. '
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o oi Fan
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Window Shades, Picture Rail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
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Mouldings and Mixed Faints.
.... Memphis, tem
B. A PAKOK.
& Cotton Factor
J. 0. HANPWERKIB
:david P. HADUEN.
JAMES A. 0MBKR3,
upward, and Intorait allowed on sams Bmt
HIDES, FURS, Etc.
33 Second Street Menipali.
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P. S. ALSTOS.
ALSTON. IiMUPvY & 60.
And Commission Merchants Haj, Corn. Oata, Bran, Chop FrAd, OO-Xeal,
Llms, Cement, Planter, Balldlns and Fire Brick, Ete.
Cor. Front and Fnion, 1 Howard's Row Memphis-
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEP'T,160to 174 Adam3 St, Memphin
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
(Buooeon In this lepartment to JOHN MAN08DE.)
arWHtsmiforliifnTmiitinn nn ANY THTNfl in ultherlin.
I. N. Z8TI8.
U$. II 1-2 and 13 Union
(HCCCE8BOIM TO n
Old Stand No. 9
Quarter of a Century in
L AMGSTAFF & Co
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN
E. iHi. APPERSON & GO.
364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TF.707S
Folier, TbomtoB I S
Cotton Factors, Yholesale Grocery
No. aOO Front street. : Memphis, T
M. 0. PKARCK.
M.O.FEAROE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission nerchMs,
No. 280 rRONTISTHEET1 MEMPHIS. TENTS'.
rnlln. Wrliii-Una AS ..it an ITnlnn trt.
Cotton Factors, Wholesalo Grcccicv
11 UbIob Btreet,
1. A. BAILEY.
J. L BAILEY & C0.F
336 (Second Street, Memphis.
ALARQB ANb OOMPLETH 8T00K OF PLUMBERS, OAS AND 8TKAM FITTBRB
M.l.rl.l. Pnmn.. nl W.ll.. Iron. T.rl nH -Itnn. Pltw. f yiTtnw.. fllohwll. Rt
U. i. MULUHB, oi lat J.K. Uodwin A Co. JAU. luMUSl. tat ol !. W. OaldwaU.AM
MUTiTiTNS h YONGE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Herchanb
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Pront snd Unton. pmph!.
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rS-.TSFHE 5 cp
T7hlesale Grocers, Cotton IacteTfl
AnJ Csnralssten KSsrchant),
2S2 odl 234 Front St, IIonpMs. fc3
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Ms. L X. BinnT fcia wjou aa ! a .irtis m ieff osa satnecj
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 311 Frcnt Sti-eet, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
U. H. JfAVBT.
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
BOTES, DO AST CO. f
and Cottan Facte
Street, Bimpftlt, Tcra '
EACH AM A BOBTOIO
Union St., Memphis.
the Hardware- Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TE1JCT.
& Cotton Factors.
1J0BN L. HoCLSIiLAS;
t i Uemplit, Tenni
9. 1. WITT.
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