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II. WHIfli Cashier.
T..I, Keith, Asst. asli'r
MM Ml Ml
Onrnnr Commercial Ave. arvl 8th S tract,
V. llrnss, Culm, Win. Kluirp, Culm.
I. Ni IT, Cairo. Win. Wolfe, Cnlro.
A , Knssnka, Cairo. It. I.. llllllnjrsley, vi l.otils.
P. Under, cairn. . II. Wells, Cairo.
K. II. Ilrlnkman, M. Mills,
I tlriieml tlimkliiK Hunlnc Hour.
ITT'Kki'liaiiRi-folilMiil ImilKht Interest paid
II llieHiitlints Department. Cnlli-rllnm made,
ami nil h;i.liies promptly ulli mini In,
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W V HAU.IIlAV. 1'reaMcnt.
IIF.NUY I.. HAU.IIlAV, Vim Treat
A II. HAKKOItll, C.nlir.
WALTKIl 1IYHI.OT. Ass'l Cashier.
Mta t Tayloii,
It. I., IIAI.L1DAT,
i. I). WlLMAUSOM,
It. II. CCKXIMIIIAM,
W. 1 II II.IIIAT,
Exchango, Coin and Unitod Btatos
Honda Bought and Sold.
DKl'OSITH rer-civcd and a general tanking
CHARTERED MARCH '21, 1H69
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A II SAFIOIH). 1're.Mcnt
H H 1 A Yl.Olt, XUr I'rni.lrtit
W II Val.Ol', bec'v ami 'I n-xiunr
I' W llAKCLAT, OltAS. llAMUIirii,
r M Mock ki. Mi, I'aixcJ scum,
It. II COeXIMOIUH, II 1. IIalmuay,
J. M I'lllLLlI'..
1 VI KIIKST paid ou deiott at tli rate of
J. per cent per annum. March 1st and H.ptrm
t lt Iiilrrt nut withdrawn U added imme
llulrly In the principal of the dcpofllu, thticby
lltlnv tin-in oimiiouiut Intercut.
Married Womon and Children may
Dopoftit Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
Open every hunlnessilay from !u. in. to .1 .ln.
1 1 Saturday eenlu; tor havings uOslUi nuly
rom 0 to b u'clwk
W. HY8I.OP. Trea.uror.
WH0I.K3AI.K AND ItKTAII..
IN TIIK CITY.
Goods Sold Vory CIodo.
Uornor 10th St. and GouffirrcJal Av,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
HIE BEIT and CHEAPEST WJ00N MAN
'MANUFACTORY. OITIO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Pourth Streot
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE A1XD tJOMMiiKUIAlj
Mauufacturaa hl o wn Uorao Shoes and
can Assurouoou worx.
(J. I in
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. o. xxxioiKi,
it I n ni.'if n in null iiiii.i
Cor. Twelfth Streot
ami washinvton Avonue,
Wf'ouuty nnd HnllroudWovl u gnclHv
yyn.lA.AVl It. DMITIf, M. D.
ItKSIIIK.VCK' No Thirteenth stmt. I
twecn WivililiiKton avcimuutid Walnut streil.
OFFICII: North aide of F.IkIiIIi street I.
jwivn Coii.nicrilal and AV'iiatilimtoti nvt-tmr .
Q W. DUHNINQ, M. D.
Corner Ninth and Wutnu
OrTICK: Corner Hlxth street and Ohio Is-vee.
OrriCK HOUUHi Fromoa.ni. 12m., and
from 2 to K i. in.
J OHN H. MULXBY,
Attorney at Law.
OKriCK t At rralilrnre on Nlnlli Srtl, If
twinV-wihluilon arenuo and Walnat 81.
jyn. R. II. CANINE,
OmCK AND IIKMI)l:.NU: Eighth Stmt,
between Wathhiftton nnd l.nmerchil Arenne.
wtr CAIItO, If.T.
Hi:.I, KSTATF. Ai:T.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
JONVEYANCKKB. N0TARIE8 l'UBLIC
Laud Airunta of the Illinois Cnntral and
uurltuicton aua Uulacy K. It.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lavoo.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliolrritta and Urtall DiuKra In
Foreign nnd Domostic
WIM'.S OF Alii. KOfWN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSUJ JSMVTII A l.'O. have constantly
a Utreatoek of the UTt ginj.lliitlic nuir
k t, and ;lvr eji-lal atlnitlon to tin; IioIumIh
I anrh or the liu.ineAj
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
llooniiB and Guttoring a Specialty
Slato Uoofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn
LightMing Rodfl, Pumps,' Stoves
Jolibluc Promptly Dona.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
' TO MAN AND BEAST
Ih till- HrniMl Old
T. T TVT TTWT T! TVT T1
aai JL da.'V ATJi aa. j
Which has stood tho test of 40
Thoro is no soro it will not Hoal,
no Lamonoss it will not uurOjno
Acho, no Pain, that Afflicts tho Hu
man body, or tho body of a Horso
or othor Domostic animal, that
doofl not yiold to its inagio touch.
A bottlo costing 25c, 50c. or 81
hos often saved tho life of a Human
Being, and Rostorcd to Lifo and
Usefulness Many a Vuluablo
11. K. AKIM Chicago
D. Akin c& Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avouuo. - - - CAIRO, 11X8,
C"'riioo IhvorinK lin M'lth their imtrnnaifo
will (Hid u cnmiilctii llniiot kooiih ivnm wnieii i
select, utlinttom irice.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WaaUlnetotj anil Oommorclal
Avenues, adjolnWK Uanny a.
KKHPH for le th Unl lleef, 1'ork, Mutton
. V-al, lAinii. saiiaanf, Ac. and U V'
lirnil tr ervn I'mnlllea In hii araeutahle niunuer
be faif 0
OCftca, SraOlotlxi BuAlAlmr. Csratt Twal'tli Straat anl "Wavaki.lri.irt on. Ava&ut.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY,
THE QUAKER CITY.
Wlinl h fiilro Hoy nnn on tlir ViiIcii.
ritlLADCM'llI 1, April 'JOtli, 1870.
Well, to tlxe ll'Uriitle hut unraiintlcal
l iniiiK". woliavo "licriitfune nnd done,"
tho Centcinilnl Imlldlti),'!. Of cotirto
ctcijonu ha hcnnl tliem ilucrlbc), written
nhmit, etc, hut It inny ncein morn homelike,
to read what ono of "(,'ilroV boy,' im
men lilin-clf. It wi
A llKAUTirUI. DAY,
altliougb rather windy, when your corrcv
poudunt taking tho street can, ulnl "chaii
Ins ciri" once, nftcr a rl''e f about llo
and one-half mller, arrived nt the south,
cunt end of the
Pacini; nlon? the tide of thU inontroun
fitmcture wc lonkcd Into the Interior, and
although uvcrytblng In llnlaiicd, yet
tltero wera aovcral workmen polMiing up
chow-case, painting, etc. Arrhlng at the
end or the building we lound ourself In a
bounded on the S. K.hy the Main llulldlnp,
ou thuN. V. by .Maclilnory Hall, nnd on
the S. Y. by the Kutrance to tlie tillloo or
th'j Ccriteiinlat Comini'loii, ami elllcc of
the lloanl of Finance. 5Icn were laying
out tln K'lUare, toddliiK the ground, put
tlngout trei'H,ctc , and an 1 1 frcriottcly Intel .
feren with the workmen, no eatniu,'c are
ullowrdou the crnundi, cxecpt thofc eon
nec'.cd with the Imlldln'-. Cron-ln over
the Square, wc eamo to the
MAI III.VKltV HAM..
Not being allowed to enter the ball, there
w.n not nmcltto be eeu, except oiue pon-
derou;iiiachlncry. There were, bowcrcr,
three beautiful lire engine, belonging to
the "V. 1 I).,'' or In other word-, Ccntcn
nlal l'lrc Depuiment. l'a-nlng by the ude
of the liuiiiento -tructurn, wcat length ar
rived at the
C. T. A. yill'.NTAIS,
which represent a large ftaluc of .Moscn
tapping the rock, and bringing forth water,
the latterfalllng into a batln fourty feet In
diameter. I'rom the ba-lu there extends
lour arms In the form ofa Multco Cro-;
upon the end ore.aeh 1 a drtnkluglouutaln,
hiirmnunted bv a n&Uib nine lect high.
I'a-slng along, we came to Arkansas State
building, In the thapo of an octagon.
Nearly oppurite I- "West Virginia," a very
iptcer thnped building. Wc at b-t eamo
Thlil bcatilllully made, all by lit le
".)ap," (wc piw two of tho latter at work
on the. rnoll.aud over the .Iront door Is
some ol the. linekt wood :arliig we ever
aw. It wa the centre of nttrjctlon.
nuth of this building N
Their buildings, though miall.are heauti
fill: all made by fc'panl-b Knglneers .-cnt
over hero e-pcelally fur tlut purpo-e.
A little lurthei- on I MhaUslppl't State
building. It Is not very well up as yet.
Still perambulating, we reached (ireat
llritalu'. bul'diug, three In number,
and allllnlehed, wo believe. They are very
well and haiidi-omely made. Next to llrlt
aln' ground Is NewJVork'ii State building.
Itlsnade alter a beautiful country resi
dence and when llulshcd will look llnely.
We now enter on State Avenue, where
mott of the state buildings are. Klmt, and
farthe-t west, Is Tennc'.eo, which Is
nothing ai yet. Next comi Delaware,
Mn-iachu.iettK, Connecticut, New Hamp
shire, Michigan, WUconsln. Illlnolp, In
diana, Ohio, ami Pennsylvania. Delaware
bad only her flooring done. Jlas-acbmett",
Is nearly done, and after the fa'hlon of the
old Colonial times. Connecticut is about
done. New Ilatnp-hlre did not have much
done. Michigan did not even have her
L-round broken. Wisconsin was a llttlo
better. Illinois bad all the frame tvmk up
Indiana was a little further along, and
partly painted. Ohio Is mado of "Dayton
Stone," and Is pretty well along. The other
buildings, we should have stated, were made
mostly of wood. Pennsylvania', ground
Is partly occupied by the l'lre Patrol, ami
vo could see no other building-', for her
state. We have now arrived at tho princl
plo street viz:--
Onnoslto to where we meet the latter Is
"Tho South" restaurant. Next to tho
hitter In Now Jer-ev'i" Stato building. It is
al-o mado alter tho old style, and when
llnlshcd will look very tine. Crossing over
Jtcliiiont Aveuuo, we came to tho U. S.
bot)ltal. OuMde lennliK', and around a
cauldron, were two ladlos cf color, with
red bandanna around their heads. A little
further down on tho nmo sido (tho West)
we reached tho largo lT. S. Government
Exhibition building. Although not very
fancy, yet tho government structure Is very
lino. Not much was to bo seen by looking
In tit tho door, but outside, oil goodness!
there were some "guns as Is guns.
monstrous ploco ol ordnance, on Its car
riage, looked Kat; while, a hugo mortar
seemed to be taking astronomical obsorva
lions. On the other side, fueclng Fount
ain Avcnuo, was a largo wooden turret,
made In Imitation olju Monitor turrolj and
Inside, looking out of tho port-holcs, wero
twomonstrou- "dogs ot wir." Out si Jo
of the turret wero othor largo gun", two
mounted ou carriages, tiud ttvo rlllo bored.
Again crossing llelmont. wo arrived at the
beautiful Ladles pavllian, which Is one of
tho llucst buildings on the grounds and
Is going to contain every era in wimmis
dress from tho flgloaf down to an hour be
fore tho Centennial opens. From tho
gllmpi-o wn got from Iho Inside. Ironi tho
open door, II will lie simply magnltlclcnt.
South-east oP'Tho South," Is "Kansas,"
and next to her "Maryland." Arkansas bus
got her lloorlng done, but wo ilhl not oo
that Maryland nail as yet douo unythlug.
Walking down a path between
The South and Kansas, wo strut k Agilctil
turul Avenue, and keeping up "'ong
tie same, we at Ivt reached the
great Agile tltiiral Itullilln--, which
Is not ipilto llillshcd yet. Look
ing In at three or four doors We could eo ,
tho Immeniilly or tho itructurc, although
as far as wo could observe nothing had
been In It as ) tt. Leaving tho building wo
aoon eamo to tho American llettaurant,
which Is vciy pretty anil fancy, having
aotne lurgu plazis, one of them ending In
asortofatower. Leaving the Itestaurant,
walking under the trcef, and crowing n
rivulet, wo at last roichcd what wlll.be tho
most beautllu.ly painted and Unct of all
tho buildings. Wo mean the Horticultural
Hall, where we were allowed lo enter.
Tho building was one mass of gh's, and
was therefore light as day, although men
were at work lilting up some magnificent
largo chuudellcri. Upon tho floor wero
hugo beds for Mowers, and around tho sides
ol the building about twenty-live feet from
the floor was a gallery. Tbosldcsand Moor
ol the building were being waihcd oil' when
we visited It. The II all It a mter nlrnunf
beautiful painting and frcscoclngs. North
east of tho building, and made In Imitation
ot (tone, Is J.aubcr's German Itestaurant.
flic Utter Is very pretty, situated as tt Is in
a grovo of trees, nnd will bo much visited
we predict, by the Germans. Wnlking
back to llelmont Avenue, wc came to Itct-
taurant "FrcroV Provcncau.v," back of
which Is Howell's Newspaper Kinporlitm,
a very ill :o building. Contlnuclng along
we passed numerou" cigar and soda water
houte, and llDallycamc to the Photograph
er's Association. Iteachiug at the last
tho "Avenue of the Kcpubllc," we
were soon at the
a beautiful building. ItconUlns two halls
a large and small one; the former will bo
u-ed (or lectures, meetings, etc.. and tho
smaller one for the Centennial room-
minion meetings. The balls can be thrown
together If necessary, with room enough
and accommodations for one hundred per
son'. ICecping ouwc pasted in succession
the department lor public eomlnrt, also a
structure for wagons nnd carriages, and at
last reached the
which is a magnificent edltlce built of stone
and Iron. We could cot get a glimpse of
the in-lde, and have not therefore much to
sty ahoutlt.ai the picture of It describe" it a
great deal better than any attempt ou our
part. Iluek of the building Is tho extension
to art gallery, a uticer shaped edifice. Kru
thcr southeast are tho photograph gallery,
Vienna bakery and cotfee home, and
Kronch government buildings. Going back
towards the square we parsed the Pennsyl
vania educational department, and lastly
the beautiful Sweden school house. The
latter Is finished we believe. Entering the
main building at tho northwest door, we
had a good view ot tho Interior. On tho
right as you come In is Chill, t n the left
Norway; and nearly In Iront the geological
survey of Swedeu. At one side any num.
ber of Centennial guides and pictures were
for talc. The bc-t cheap Centennial guide
issued by Hamlin & Lawrence, 1012 Mar
ket -tree!, and Isoiily fifteen cents." Now as
wc have told you about all wo saw ou our
trip to the grounds, we will close, hoping
that something may be found In our hastily
written letter to Interest ,your numerous
reader". As ever, .Il'Vkxii.k.
A niiMAitKAiiLK duel Is reported from
the neighborhood ol Toulouse. The
couibattuntssweru two journalist?, tiud
uotli eoou snots, 'i ncy met nt s in tue
tnonilntr, nml niter thu usual prelimina
ries the signal to nru was given, uotli
the duelists fell de.'td ou the snot, each
Imiii" received a ball In the region of
thu heart. They wero both married and
leave lare famUlcs.
Mr. IVrber'N Letter.
'1'hU somewhat humorous letter is
written by Mr. J. T. Weber, u leading
drtigu'lst of SpritiKlIeld, Mnss.:
Messrs. Seabury & .lohnson.
Gentlemen There Is n funny llt
tlo old man here who used to bobble
about on crutches, utterlu,' bad words
against thu doctors because they could
not cure his rheumatism; he tried nnd
Iias since become a walking advertise
ment for Ueiison's Capclne Porous
Planter, and he walks without his
crutches, too. Tho piaster is without
doubt, an article long needed, nnd a
a Ktent improvement on the ordinary
porous plaster. Yours, Ac.,
.1. T. Wont.
lleuson's Capclne Plaster is a truly ro
inarkablu article. It Is recommended by
physicians everywhere, because of Its
jrrcat superiority over other plasters nnd
liniments. Rubber possesses healing
and euratlvo properties that can be found
In no other natural product. Capclne Is
now recognized as the best external
stimulant and pain reliever, it relieves
pain Immediately and miickcns thu ac
tion ot thu plaster, llenson's Capclne.
1'iasicr cures rheumatism, lame ami
weak hack, kidney and spinal all'cctlons,
Miooung pains in mo sines nml u.ick. rr
laxatinu ot thu abdominal belt, and like
troubles. Why sutler with these Ills
when a llenson's Capclno Plaster, costing
only -'.) cents, will relieve and cure you.
Sold by druirtzlsts everywhere. Seabttrv
i' Johnson, plianiiaclatlcal chemists, N,
Y., general agents. 4-5-tKvw-lm.
IIacmn's M aonoi.i a Halm preserves anil
restores tho complexion ; removes freck
les, tun and sullowness ; makes thu skin
soft, white and delicate. Its application
cannot bo detected. MOtl&wly.
I.yon'h Katiiaiiion makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its full
lng nut or turning gray. It hasstooil tho
test of 10 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
and lias no rival. 'l-lO-d&wly
Kiithu-UlirrebyKlteirtH Ilia Stockholders of
the Cnlro City Ferry Company, lliut a meetini;
will he held at my olllci'. conur of hlKhteenlh
alieeUiiiil WushiiiRlon uvcmicln this city, on
directois to serve the ensiling ) ear, unit lor gen
eral bilsllicM. THOU. H IIAI.I.II)A ,
sionuiiy, .iiuy isi, nexi, ior uie "' ..... .. i nim
Cairn, Ills., Apill 1.', IsTi
No. 314N. llthStiest.St.Loula,
.Mlis. H, A. LIST., M. I. (In chaise),
Aiiiidn iieeomninilni, nn. unil treatment. Clnlv
lepol fur certain very valuable Sieclllos, I'rninpt
aiircoi i iiua, iiueiiiiialismuuu ieri
I' or eircuhir,
APRIL 20, 1870.
PAINT AHD OIL DEALERS
74 OHIO LEVEE.
. In Stock for Spring Trade:
Strictly Pure White Lead,
Pure Linseed Oil,
Guaranteed Boiled Oil,
Artists' Tube Paint.
TERMS ON THESE GOODS CASH ON
New Goods ! New Styles ! New Prices !
MR. J. BURGEE. OP
J. BURGER A CO.,
Who has Just Returned from tho East,
Kxtends aenuliid Invitation to the eltlens ol Cairo to examine atilirlr store,
No. 124 Commercial Ave.,
Ono of tho Pinost Displays of
j mm m: b
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS
OK AM. KINDSl
Ladies' Fine Shoes, etc.,
Kver Opened In this .Mai let. 'I he Stock of
OIL CLOTHS and CARPETS
At tills estahllshment Is by fur the most complete and elegant from which our clt'ens have eicr
had the privilege nt selecting llr. iluojer nliuouiicea with iliuie thut helms
Selected His Goods with Especial Reference to the Tightness
of the Money Market,
And that, assisted hy his Ioiir experience In Hie Dry (,'onils business, ho Is
Enabled to Offer Customers Magniflcont Bargains at Prices Which
Cannot Pail to bo Popular, Even in thoso "Hard Timos."
In short IIUltGKIt A CO. have determined to
SELL THE BEST OF GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
J. BURGER & CO.,
No. 124 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
GREAT BANKRUPT SUE!
I havu thin day opninrtl ut thoold Stand ot J. llurutir, with a
Full Lino of Furnishin
Which I Will Sell at FIkuvcb No ver Before Offored tothloClty.
THESE GOODS MUST BE SOLD WITHIN
And aaThoy are tbe Boat of a Great Wholeaalo Bankrupt Stock, it will
Be Moasy in Your Pcokat to Buy of Vm.
Remember tho P1p.co-J.
ner Ninth Streot and
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
Best English Paris White,
Glues of all Grades,
Euvfor's Old Stand Oov
IlAMitsnriM. Ills,. Jan. IS, lsffd.
Ay'l1" .'!2W ndninjr n very superior article
VV ot coal free from all Impurities, esneclallr
a'l.iptol for urates hiiiI hon.eliolil nan renerallr.
which wewill deliver In Cairo, nn the Calra and
V Inrennes trueJc lir the ntr lrntil nfivio im.haf.
at nine (i) cents ier lmshel, or two dollars and
iwemy-nvc cents (J anj cr Ion
iipiin n,nti wry superior article or mii
v2?' ,w i'ch we. will ilcllier on track nt twentr
wi oiium ftr eri tiushcls. I'arlies no
wis i bin it car load will call ujwm Y. M. Ward on
l.lKhth street, between O.mnierelal and Waah
neton avenues, and he i.n,,llnl at reaaonahle
trellis. Mr. Wanl Will aim ilelUrr IhU v,.ttn
any part ofthe city nt-1i per car loail, mak
this coal cost aliout ti V. tier ton. All theeoal
nvn ii v the L and V It. It. Is siii)illel from
our mines, and It has no superior lu the market.
.iiiuress nn nnier. lor coal 10
Jas. A. Viall dSt Co.,
0K. M. Ward, Ksi , has teams and will dc
ver lids c.inl at :t ! m-r ear. l-':o-,ltf.
SraATOON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AI1ERIOAN POWDER 00
57 Ohio Levee.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
Ro. 16 OHIO LEVEE. :
SPECIAL attentiei adven to consignments an I
Iho Pooplo's Remedy.
The Universal Pain Est actor.
Aak for Pond'a Extraot.
Take no other.
"Hear: for I will nimvk of excellent thlaiis.
I nj ii r I to Man o r Ileas ts ,
t alis. Ilrulsea.
Mlrnlnn, Sprains, Contu
t'ruvturvN, t'uta, Lacera
ted or Incited Wonmls.
Illeedliitf I.nnKa, or
Mono Ulreil, and Ulccd-
linf Hums or Teeth.
Plli-a Tlleeillng; Piles,
ral(fla, Swelled fr'ace.
sttlirueKit or Morencss,
Lumbago. Lame Hack.
Sure Tiiront or Uulusy,
Nora or Inflamed yta o
Mr Nliiplea, lntlamsd
FHlnful or too l'rofusa
Milk Lear, Ovarian Dls-
ease and Turners .
U ravel and Strangury.
Chailiiira and Excoria
tions or inrauts, or
Vnrlroao Volna. En-
lurired or Inflamed Veins.
Itlrrra. Old Sores, Inter
nulla, Curbunclea, 'ru
mors. Hot Bvrelllnsa.
Cori.M and llnnlous, Clutl-
,ii or sore reel,
I'bafliiira.llanirsa or Sad
I'elon nr Whitlow, Frost-
e.1 1.lraus or 1'arw.
nuiillu Rltea, Insect
BlinKS, i.napiei nanus.
roxn'H t:xvKArr.ts r- uio by all firat.
all DriiKk'laU, l'hyalcians, and e'ry
builjr who hna ever uaeu It.
rnniplilei contalnliiK Illitory and Uses mail
ed free on application, ir not found nt your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New Turk amd aoadan.
oiiluinea in the United
Htates, Canada, and Ku
ropo terms u low as
ino.eoi any uiiiu- ivjja
hlti home. Curresiiou
deuce Invted In tha tng-
lish andfoniRU luiguuKts, witn inventors, At
torneys at Uiw, iulother follelltors, especial
with those who Imw hud their cases rejected In
the hands of oilier attorney. In rejected caaea
our tees are reasonable, apl Jio cliarge UvmaJo
unless we aw successful.
Iv yoA want a r;
iv on r .
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will make aa
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