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SS. F. BlttKtJKEKFUSS, Dcntlnt
OF CHARLESTON, can bo found at his ?
OFFICE above Captain HAMIL
kol Street
Roferonooa?Das. J. P. Patrick, B. A.
Huokenfuhh, A. P. PKLr.r.r, M. D., and
MOSES M. BROWN, the Barber pledgcs"
Limse'if to keep up with the tiuies iu all the
LATE IMPROVEMENTS, as his business is
sufficient (o gurantcc the above.' lie will
be found at his old staud, ever ready to
servo his customers at the (shortest notice.
apl H 31)
Nine Ygs
I have on hand also a suply of
SEEDS ahd ONPO$ ^ETJS?T!r--?j^?i
Percriptione carcfuly compounded; orders
ifrom the country striokly attended to at
Poplar Drug Store of - '.lll.WTV "i i
DR. A. 'C.'-pUKES.;...
jan 28 187& j*x ,iiit&yru
i a ?I ?
1 c H
Horses and^Mufes
"VTOTICi? 1b lM'rcl?y^lveiiTot
JLN tW? loss/or dcHtrdoiIdnl'OT Certificate'
?of Deposit No. 331, OrangchurgsvBraneli,'
?Oitiscns Savings . Hank of tiouih Gamlinn,
issued to the lute E. J. Olivcros, deieasod,
and ulso-of Deposit llonkt'Nof Dfc.'rjf oasto
Jbrnuch, iu the nrmc of tl? saidi?E. j. Oli-^
tctob, in trust, aud that iapply in<
three months from dale for a renewal of tho
name, nnd for such dividends us may accrue
thereon, to the Trustee aud Coinmittee-'of
the said Bank, at Columbians? C >~>'Kn
mar 6?1 am 3nt Qualified Executrix. '
Dental Mot ice
THE undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing to his many friends aud patrons
that he has permanently located at Orangc
hurg, C. H., 8. C, where he will devote his
entire time, from every Monday till Saturday
noon to the
In all its Department!^ al'eyieci BaTiHfrwtMn
guaranteed in all operaltdiTs'e^rV?Mfcdto flis
care. Charges very moderate.
Office at I)r Fersuer's old stand over Will
cock's Store.
A. M. SNIDER, T>. S.
high school
For terms apply to
?Tfrstf U/ ? S.'R.i<MELL^H'A3IP,l> >
J Principal.; J
fire insurance
Having secured the AGENCY of the
"City Insuranea Company
/K'^BVideco, R. I."
Witli'thkt of participating Companies*,
T?e "Fireman'* Fnnd," Capi
tal #500,000.
And the
"Atlantic," of New York.
I usn prepared to take RISKS of qny
amount, dividing them in sover.il 1st ChW
COM PAN I ICS, to which 1 .Oail-.tlie attention
of property holder?. ?, it
Taken on GIN HOUSES, MILLS and
Fire Insurance Agent,
A few tons of
Also a supply of the
apl 3 187? ly
[From the New York Times.]
Mechanical Wom^-A Suhsti
tutk for GlINroWDfJU-*?Exi'lo
hions Rendered CompakAtiveia*
*5^cotg^4j;|iK?gE KI
i ? ScBPTi^^mrTKeel y's Claims
?The Invention to re Per
fected Before it is Patented.
Further particulars in relation to
the Keely motor, which hrt? been re
ferred to by most of the leading news
i papers of the country, have been given
[ to the Times by Mr. Sergeant, of the
I firm of Sergeant & Cutihjgw?rlh, oi
.this city. According, to the atuto
jfceuS"6fftlns?Jnri^^tlie newly
|misoxJ?rcJ^pow*r*is^^ destin
ed to revolutionize the entire mechani
cal World and render possible, und
even easy, feats which seem now bey
ond the power of the most perfect ma
chinery in the world. Guns are to be
fired by the same power that drives
the ship that carries them; explosions
are to bo rendered comparatively
harmless; engines of 5,000-horse pow
er _arc _to. be, constructed so as to
occupy , ua more space than an ordin
ary isteam'tngine, and all the marvels
I wlifcfcii? ate'hoc?mplishcd by steam arc
.tOj'W^ performed with infinitely greater
ease-* >by-the cold vapor evolved from
j'slif-'ttiicl \vj^ter. The wildest dreams
q? the. Arabian story-teller seem com
mopphveo l wlierj compared with the
I tuijjvels "that are promised in this
"nature, if
nse orso tnjBB
|/meild0US:;-?a> agency have been en
countered in the cxp'*ri moots that
have b?eb mWJe with this. New tools
.have,, ticcn.marie with which the parts'
of a new engine arc being fashioned
for. the use of the motive power. Metal
has been made especially for its con
strup'tUni. Anew scientific vocabulary
has -been 'dabhioned to express the |
pperal^us',. hitherto unknown in
mechanics, and perfect success has
attcuded''the experiments made thus
Mr. Sergeant says : One year ago
to?dayr-I u began an mvcstigationTinto
the powers and properties of what is
termed the Keely motor. I was at
first an utter sceptic, knowing that the
^j^P^^^iltfc^^unnfd^f? it were
UM!? ivMk J@tl.all^n?vicientific
teachings, and that, nccordidg to all
that was known on th^subject, the
claims of Mr. Keely were arrantly
absurd. But I had home curiosity on
tb'o subject, and, being applied to by
a number of persona, some of whom
were pecuniarily interested in the dis
covery, and all of whom desired a
careful investigation* to ho* made, I
examine it as au expert. They offered
to pay my expenses wdiile 1 did this,
but I preferred to pay them myself,
aud.^did j so. Mr. Keely- claimed that, I
|je> was'abh), "by the utilization of a
power coming from the consumption
of nir and water, to produce a press
ure of thousands of pounds to the
square inch, and do it immediately,
almost instantaneously. I was
incredulous, and tho burrqq
made fine still mure so. . (I, said LoI?I r.
Keely that in the introduction of all
the grpnt invention's or discoveries of |
which I bad ever beard, the discoverer
bad bad great troubles to persuade
peoplo to listen to him, and greater
yet to persuade any one to invest
money iu the novelty. But here this
wag'reversed. People were investing
money in something of which they
know nothing except what be chose to
say about it. That of itself looked
suspicious to me, and the extravagant
stories which be told convinced mcof
the fallacy of believing him. lie was
very jealous of his secret.
He would not for a long time admit
me to see what he was doing that I
might investigate the matter. It was
IbsfrugJ-.t ^pi ilbB?j!>joiivliijb ?tha<j<|re> eon>*>
si?Ue&j^clpiae' tuuili rhsibfe ineioo jrimr.
\yoefeo?aw\si \<hfavDf;6hia /twhs at-dfengfcHi
apcompjiaiietj b^t^c?utervjitftiau?i^iist
frlpud?idvrlib.w^triutcriiitud in tiio ihn:
v.ontioi); .-lie, hudriii thai roommnumil
numod.VBoakel'^ .who - Irhi worked for
him forll nuinlTcTrjf V'onrS", who would
ho nblo ?^fl^??^dtfcfthaton
sued* a,tfajd-p- (I$e4y)t W '**lub.i Wd
hj&j i})X-ci}iipPnJ^.JP^-. lAjlll 3Q,gr*aJ,!
wa_?l i?i?;1W3MqtyJ1 kpep{Abc*?TJre?
tjyifi rdVM^y fit ue.kjioldpi 1,?^i;e.k?pt
".?AiQo?Ks S?fWl wh|le)we.vor.e tdgetd.\-1
PiViiiAPfO MV^? ?pu/Jual oqroingjtd/thu
'ejogfd ^Qa&b Mlocjiod.iauiliiAVns -ails-'
kvcred .jhy>. Mr. Jvoely,; wboiw?lild not
admit,him. ; , -??::? ' ? :
. t Jj^fcajd > ?V> himfthai i"t die would, in:
jtlvft^yRyr^^OidosovibetK shpw me, itoCa:
pres^ujcajjp? . tk?u^&r^pfpdunds, but'
of* hundred pounds to tho square
iiiifth,,} pvp^Hce]i'ini.u>v?iatel5'i InwouWI
bclhjvflJit^aJ,,,he! hfxdift aewiuveiHSoau:
J^J^rStip.wejJoIPP at [puce: a Iprespure of ai
jt l\o usoju d;; pounds. ! I;<wa8,cpnj[oui\dctl.
jld^red. ;Hot-b,ei|ov.e hunjjey?M;although!
? *
ithqpgli?l(h<} mviafei.baY.e sqme: kind PT
jspiditz powder cpnqeal?d aomejvltere.i
|oj-{ttonic gqqrcofcton, or nitvo-gly cUrinO<
or ;.^oiiio ,?tbpfr,powerful ,exploBivp.t-.I
jexpmined closely, exptfolihg to lind
jsqmojjttlfc pop aoiupwhero that. Would;
explaiunthe wqnpler to mo... I found
none, nn,d. ypt) I .was" not convinced,
:oyen byK seeing., The thinguvn#tuo
! wonderful lb?.,mei But 1 continued,
'my lqvestigntjQ'nsIunt'l In.; */;?/? ?) ..<
bahW? i ..P.O.UBTi: :?'
ter being With air.
Country. Ho . was aaceptie, as I
had been. I told hiin what I had
seen. Ho hoard mo through, and told,
me I- must- bo deceived; that Mr.
Keely was using- sonic chemical of
which , he kept .nip in ignorunco. j Ho
thoUgnF at first from my (inscriptions,
that it was chrboli'ne, or a Vapor from
it, atid/at- my request, he produced n
jet of that vapor. I. allowed the jet to
phiy-upon my hnnd, and'-iound thitt it
Kvas so cold i as to produce si stingin g
Woiidattoii. I said, "This is nut Keely'.s
|;vapor. That is'pleasant to the touch."
I sm el hid-oik he enrl)oliuc vapor, and
it was Stlterify unlike Keely'.s, for the
carbolitig/?ljjd a iscen t*Pbou tit which
Keely's had not, nltlmugh~;the .pro
fessor saidv'the carbolinb could bow.pro
duced with scarcely trace of the
?ccnt. Q?uXj; hayo .<i\??iUa^-cdrail I
could get of'Xeely.'s vrtfloTjHuid Iqfind
it is plef?jj|?fct You Ci<nJl?O-on it. 1
asked liio^^pYofc-Vspr ir-the-carbaline
vaj)or -S$Qi^pablG*>f couUonsiiticro by
simple 6s^tr?ion.';' Ho.saidso, and I
knew ife^w?a not."Keo}ptfr-for that is
eondcnilCd^py simple expansion.; It
turns ttlfoidte wat^r, nptl-tbjit wiUcr 1
can drfh)j^?Vfter".' enfh conversation
Ivitk th^ffli ssor,'In \Vhich-hc would
tell meru<EriWt I was deceived in this
(hing qj^fia|, 1 wouid.goubuck to Mr.
Keely rtJidjwjtch and study-Iiis opera
tions uttti^wfcJinewT was ttbtdeceived.
At length'* he allowed me to work his
tnachin^i^j^^self, dnd;I found 1 could
(lo ns hoWljd;nnd theinnchinery for
produciiLig^tbc vapor is-so Hiinple that
a chilli cjgl)t,ycar3 old Coultl work it.
Deecptiou-^ was iniposviblo under
such circumsTanccH. Some of the arti
cles that have .appeared in Telat^on to
the Keely motor being based, ns all
(hese articles have been on the reports
find statements, pf thqsp \ylio know
nothing;)tabput the matter, have con
tained the most tibsurd stuteinonts. It
has bedn assorted that "we do not know
ih? difference between .pressure and
pojvfc'rj Jhni we claim to have a per
petual-motion machine;,, {hat,wo pre
tend to bc able to made aomothing out
bf nothing; and many similar things
aro'put forth bypci-sons who ought to
kViuW bettei* than to assert stich thiugs
in 'relation to the men'who arc con
iicetedjjwith thc'.F.ecly motor. Tho
issorti?n-that 1 do not know the difKr
cilcc between pressure and ]>ower is
SufKchmtly answered by the reputation
of t\\b. iirtn of which I am a member.
It i&/liOtillko)y that we could have ob.
'taiuetf;_.that | rop?tatioa i f. wobeie'so
jignorantiJOf tho.very. principles invol
tv.edtiu 'tb? work wo do. A pcrpctunl
nlotion i machine id oho that makds its
own.1 ppwer. .j.Ono that docunot make
its; iown,poWor cannot bo a perpetual
motion (machine; . Now, Keely pre
t.endatto do uo such thing as that. On
thoTCQ?traryy. Mr, Keoly's.cluini's is
entirely different.- I He claims to pro
(uucurfroro the consumption ofair and
I water ai cold vapor capable of oou
d'iisaTTon by simple oxpansion and
which: cdntaiua power enough to pro*
dUce a ipreasuro of 20,000 or 30,000
pouads. to.ithe square inch. It is ad
mitted thot*mo!ould vapor capiable of
cpndc.ysattan by simple expansion can
bei produced by chemicals, but I know
that > by?Kceiy's method it can be pro
duced! for I have produced it, and
ieondcrtfecd'1 it in just that way,- and
tlruuk.the water produced by thecon
jdcnsatlQnii Thai professor to whom-1
hnvc*&Htfdcd, .when 1 told him that I
jhrtd-^ityank' ;the water so produced/
Uid^'Oh'.f. you 'aie deceived/' iHe
though*''that Keoly had substituted
the water which Lhad drank in a sur
reptitious . manner. I went back to'
Keely* ^am* tried! it again to be sure
thnti-Ii A?idinot-' been deceived in (bat
mann(}r,.aud I convinced mysc'f that
I hadinot. !. As to the idea that Keely
claims;:to .produce something from
nothing it ris ubsuid, for that is just
what./he docs not claim to do, Ho
claini8|tp hdve
;; i.iu\7NATURE
by? wl^cbitbis vapor can b.T produced.
^Yhctti'l talk to the scientists about n
BBhllllli i bef 10,000 pounds to the
HH9^^^var? incredulous, but
BftPjjuX-^j1 * have
fNq$HHS99H^pI know tliehsQs n<Y
iuistnUe. We are now having a gauge
made by-which we can weigh it up to
00,000 pound* One of the difliculties
in our way has been that w e have not
yet handled tbe thing at the great i
pressures at which it can be used. It
takes time to make all the experi
ments needed, and, although we arc
pursuing them as rapidly as possible;
wp cannot uo everything in a day.
We have used it up to 10,500 pounds
pressure,. and are going on as fast as
we can.- There is one hindrance. Wo
do not know w hat we can cover with
our letters patent. We cannot, of
course,: cover a natural law by a pa
tent, and what we can cover we must
describe ?o fully that any person ex
port in such intittcta can do the same
thing from our description in order
jtbat he. may know when and how ho
infringes on our patents. This we
have not yet boon able to do, because
;we have not yet used it at the heavy
pressures nt which it can boused. We
I know that it will produce ?
apd ia order tocontrol this agency we
must have engines of Austrian gun
metal. The engine wo.use is a regular
yacht engine, with a pair of three by
three cylinders, and capable of work
ing under a pressure of from 500 to
1,000 pounds to the inch on t'uo pis'on,
but the -engine we are constructing
will be enjiablo Of working undor the
tremendous pressure which we shall
It has been nsked how wc will har
ness Blich tiemoiid ,us power. We will
do it with gunmetal, and in such a way
that it will bo safe. In making guns,
such exactness is possible that they
are ablo It tell how many times the
gun can be lired before it will burst,
and the bursting comes, not from the
force of the explosion itself, but from
the unequal strain produced by the
bu ruing of powder. This element of I
destruction we do not have to contend
with, because our pressure is even,
and with machinery made on tcien
tific principles thero will be no danger
or possibility of an explosion, hut
even if there should bean oxplosion,
which could onlj' come from some de
fect in construction, there would bo no
danger, excepting from some flying
piece, which might do damage, of
course'."' In explosion of n steam boiler
J *3t\ ' I / i J ? C '1 IL' ^ ' V/Ii ' I Ij ?*
the destruction is caused by the sud-.
den and marvellous increase of press*
uie which occurs, at the.niomen?,of
explosion., [Ihu .jf^Vft}.,j Ul$?$f?^a.
scientifically, ?ut the fact remains that,
me of thirty or fupty pouinjs/nf the
instant of the explosion, thero will be
a pressure of10,000 pounds on thesud
den li.byHitibh' of the steam, ami it.is
this which causes the d-mvAgo which
results'.: Now, With the Keely motor,
it is entirely different, i..]Supposing
there Should oo, f'bhi soihe defect in
the nny;hinery,an .f:x^I<^ion,.aml the
motor suddenly liberated. I5y its ex
pansion it would be condensed to
water, and no damage would be'done
The Keely motor'hot oliiy will do
the work of sieatn,?d)ut is-ripplicahlcto
nil purposes lifr which guiipowdsr is
ascd, anu is ',.<?. ! ' ? .
j FAii suFKitipii to c;u*sr^nyDKK... ,
or uiiy other explosive kuown. We.
have a rifle from which we"havo fired?
hundreds .of bullets with it.'an'd these'
experiments have riorPoHSfrated- its
superiority to gmrpowder. It is well
understood that tho'Vorce' of the gasses
genorate by. the explosion ol powder
lessens ns' the''ball travels on its way
through the barrel, and thnt'Vf tric bar
rel were long onough, npavtial vacu
um would be fo.vuu,\ behind tlte ball.
The. study of the subject lms led to the
experiment of exploding three or four
cartridges in succession behind the
ball as it Mavels tluOdgb th'e barrel:
By this means a tremenddu? impetus
can be given to the ball, as ha% bcon
repeatedly demonstrated by experi
ment. But the pressurp of. the Keely,
motor is continued nji to the time (lie
ball leaves the nutc of the win,
when of eoVi'wo ITyTurlhcr* exfthpsion
the motor is noft'flp'hscd t?/waieY; $
One of (he 1-enin'rkublo thing* hliptii
tthe T^e)y- motor'is tlUtt' it c'a'linV?j^
transmitted at a lower"prcst-Ure than
1,000 pounds. It can be used, of
course, at a lower presMrre after W\g
put in action. It can be regulated like
steam, but jtslransini.--sion-nt less than
1,000 pounds jn'ossore cnu.ies ?P? con
densation. It is like steam in this re
pect, only, of cour-sc, the pressure at
which' it can be transmitted is much
higher than that of steam. This dis
poses at onct of the absurd allegation
that it does some certain thing* at a
pressure, hut that it Is doubtful
I whether it will work at high1 pressure,
j The time will certainly coine whon
I our gunboats will be '
I woi:ki:ij by the samk rowrciiSmu-ii
Wll.tj fi mc Tlii'llt uuxs.
A fter UySj,power ha<]; bcen .djscpyer
cd by Mr. Keely, a copartnership .wh*.
first formed' and hq continued--hi:"
experiments. Afterward a joint stock;
compuny was organized thtjough lhc;
instrumentality, of Mr. Charles B.. Col
lier, who is now one of the four men
who know what the motor is. The
four are Mr. Keely, hi* workman,
Bockel, Mr. Collier ami mysidf. A.ter
this stock compuny was organized, it
was rosolvcd to oiler a limited a.uopnt
of the stock for ?nie. The amount was
fixed ut $00,000 worth, and 1 oflercd
to tnke it all mysnlf. This was, how
ever, objected to, as there were other
partici- who wanted to buy st.ck, and
it was thought not best for one person
to have more than a limited amount
Another opinpapy has been organized
hi New England, which has purchased:
the privilege to buy the patent for the
six New England States. They have
paid the first iiirttalineqtpf f,hu pur
chase money for the,privilege, which
is ?.r)0,000, and they havo two other
payments to make of the same amount.,
When these arc paid,( they will have,
the right to buy the assigiinieut of ^In
patent for thoacsix 'States, paying for
it one-half of their capital stock. The
buyers of stock in these companies nre
infliiencad solely by their confidence
in the men who know what the motor
is. They lmvo no knowledge of it
themselves, although 'private exhibi
tions of. it-have been given under
great pressure from the stockholders,
who demand.d to be shown what the
thing was. An engine was shown,
working by the now power, but it was
impossible for any one who saw it to
(lUjlerfliiuej Jhn fiWxo!pr.r JRU^jii. jflfy
Necessity 'fur tolling the public j^jjjjjt^
it, because we hayet plenty uf money
? -oai. u nyi Jort r.l f>C'>*(T?r*l fjp*. "
to follow it up ourselves, and aak'non*
from the public, and our-groat anxb/?
V . J'jjooo rji.j no ?*fc*j oft. nix ?-t?-fit
ftty is to . ' .
] ^^.MFkn^^m ?" * ,
untn-vve shM Hmve W^f^^mr
torn o'fHvorkinffUbc 'jloJePfeWlobb7-1
able to take roltfc: letted pnie&t ?iai
will protect ua. It has-been 'riaid thrit"
^Ir. Kcoly'luis rcC'eivfjU' large1 sum?/ Of1
money, and hits-been raised fro mip<W
crty to comparative affluence by thcab
>vl?o ex|>cct to benefit by bis/?ivention; ?
The fuct?rarej tht$ ? he Wpiyed ll>.o
huudced dinars,, nyropptb; fur hrrpv?rT
Honal . expenses, anc\ hjs ..machinist!*/.
bills are paid. This money,, is atj
yauccd to htm, and |f, he reMiy^.f
other -money it. must pq .froro a sate of
his interest, and I don't-think he.
would sell a dollar's.wor|j\ of that .as
a matter of principle, for('if he were (
to dispose Of hU.idterest it would bc^
demoralizing in1 Us effect'oh his, asso- if
ciales. He works on hit!'invention so
corisrumly ithrttf P have-: 're$#?tctffy
iakon hirri away' fromJ it,^r?d '&1lro '
jiim out drivirtgVfearing that'Iii? con-'
5tunt application woultl be injurious,
t is, of coursed unccrtnlh hj>w sitesKis
labors will i be completed, but it is*-'
probab'e that -before long the paten to
will be taken out, and the whole thing ?
given-to the wor!d.r Until thnt tinio
of course, we can say ? no more thrift'
has been ?aid. The,(stockholders *xei
impatient,, and, nof, Lwing men: of
science, are unable to sep why we; can-,
not- patent ".he improvements that we
arc unable to mako. i have had con*
Binerabje experience in such mattere;,
and have taken out so. many patcnta
that I have learned thi\t it, besf t^
perfect an invention before patenting
ho Vi : .w ,yv;^b.a ' . }
A i iWl !P?*fiov$Qeto*aWlihrV.fcet ti?
>ut w ben be heard I here was a chnrtco
to saw a pan's, Jeg^.oij'.he slidi oqt of
bod like V'glpi'v .? } <; . ?
An phi c}tv/en: of Vermont ofavcrve^,
that w hen a posloffioo clerk gets foO>
high-noHcd to lick a stamp on to G
letter 4t is time that the country bud
a change ?ot admi^bitration,... )
It is only twenty-ijvo oritliirty yenra
since i Danyin, gazing- into: his mirror,,
was suddenly struck with his idoa of
the origin.of moa, and now he has pn
income of $20,000 a year. . j . .. % -
Three thou.-and .artificial bin! nests,
designed so cupnipgly that each vari?:
ety of bird^yill recognise its own hufno/
were recently put up in the Jurdin
des Plante?, Paris. ? v*4
A little -girl .at school rend thus:
''The wi(Jpw tjived on a aima11 1 imbovy.'
left her j>y'a,f;eja,tjvc.^^
you call that wt rd?" asked tho teach
er, "the word is legacy, n>t limbacy*"
"But," said the little girl, "my sister
savs I must say limb, not leg."
A Milwaukee chap kissed his girl
about forty times right straight along,
and when he stopped the tears ca.tue
into her eyes, and she eaid in a m<k
tone of voice: "Ah ! John, I fear you
have cea.-cd to love nie," V$0, J
bavc'nt," replied John, "but I must''
breathe." , . . .:
On a recent trial in Wnles to te<?t
the,, validity, of? % \vill, it waS proved
ll;ut iu 1800 the .estator hecam i im
iniircd in . intellect to such .n'n extent
that he, went tu the post office with p,
pt^stago stamp on hi* forehead and re
quested to be sent fb a place he men*
Norway 1ms voted $40,000in silver
towards veprc$entntiou at the ten'.<?'?-'
nial.and Belgium 200,000 francs, nnd'
Portugal .haa. .. imfornied President'
Graut (hat she intetids joining the
centennial circle. The foreign govern-.
mmts are pomipg.stcadily into a fecog*
nilion of the great American fair.
England, France and Germany
all he there in splendor.
N O T X C 8..
.Ml per^oUH hnvius elaion .iH'iinxt th.-a
Ketate of Pclor ' \\V AyinceT,^1ctviceu? will
prtm; it the da mo pro^wrly attentrdf, hndhll
of those indebted will make Viyinput
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