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TIIE AKGUS, THUKSDAY AUGUST 31. 1893.
Pm bushed Daily and Weekly at 1?4 Second
ATenoe, Bock bland. 111.
J. W. Potter.
Taw-Dally soe per month; eejy n.oo'8now and ice a:-e unknown, clothing is
vaaanm; in advance $1 .SO. : wa .rvw tnr rr,am,f
AH communication! of a critical or atumeota
ttre character, political or rellciona, mast hre
vail name attached for publication. No tnch
a Odea will be printed over fietitioni signatures.
Aaoyntoaa communications not noticed.
Correepondenee solicited from every township
1 1 Rock Island county.
Thl ksdat. Ai gi st 81. 193.
cnstoifls of the?9 benighted people, but
Had the Columbian exposition Deen ' there is none more unique than the cere
fceld last year, as it should have been, J mony connected with their disposal of
on tho four-hundredth anniversary of . their dead.
the discovery, instead of a year bo
iknd, It would have had much more
favorable weather than It has had thus
far. Delays are dangerous, also costly.
The reputation of the negro race
fpr musical taste and feeling has re
ceived a new and unexpected boom
through the noted composer. Dvorak.
Though not all so-called negro melo-
dies were composed bv neflroes. manv
oi the most captivating are really
London has voted 2,500 to the
doke of York and Princess Victoria
ot Teck in token of approval of their
betrothal. The untitled paupers of
England who are merely engaged ia
battling for bread, and betrothed to
destitution, have not yet secured
such kindly municipal attection.
Increase In Illinois Wealth.
If the estimates of the assessors : and every ope g to hs own hut feel
may be taken as any criterion of the ing that he has enjoyed himself greatly,
value of property, the great state of! The Mohaves 1 elieve in demonstrating
Illinois bns miiiip sntisf-n-tnrv rro- their feelinirs throueh the arrenov r.f th
yrcss during the past vear in the ae-! mouth and limbs, and this woman being I
cumulation of wealth" The value of ; much ; beloved the mourners weremany, j
the entire possessions of its inhabi- and their grief could be heard a mile j
tants is this vear placed at $761,- J away. If ever you have heard a pack of
23i,CS'X This is an increase of $15,-, coyotes howling forth their misery in
476.5'J during the last vear, the as- j the middle of th.- night, when they howl
messed valuation for 192 having , artistically, you have this noise to j
been $745,745,172. An examination ( a "l0-,
of the tabulated statement, however,' Arriving at that place we found a hole
jdoes not impress one with its val dug in the groui d about 10 feet in di- ,
even for comparative purposes. It ameter and 2 fort deep, heaped full of :
is full of gross incongruities which ! wooJ 1111,1 snrm. unted by the body of .
must convince anv one at all famil-,the deceased. This was burning, and f
iar with the real facts that the v. hole , around it m pic uresqne attitudes were
work of assessment has
a haphazard manner.
been done in
, A, , , 1
f i , w ! II 11 in i n II t 1 1 1 II .t III.. i rinf t
r we aM r- one u uu u j., o e
for example that there had been an
s.nce last year instead of an influx
having taken place on account of the '
Ay.rMMrur. I lie value of all the ;
uiauit'ijiis u iiru n lilt- irjtic in
t'hicago and Cook count v amountol
to but 15,905. against f21.0';0
a vear a?o. Haril lin-s mu-t
Imt'fi r l ii fitt I m n n v Winta t r ri'ift
with tliuir plate. (f gold and silver
plate, in this c ity the assessors onlv .
Tiianacd to mui ri.,i.o rui
Last year they succeeded in finding
It must have been a successful
year lor me nurgiars. inev man-
M t 1 1 'T-1 .
aged not only to possess themselves
of the contents of many safes, hut to
if f h nf... n.t.I n I tl 1
-liu Till.: .inn tii. aii
1892 the assessors found 43J tire and
burglar proof safes in Cook county, t
rTlii -.nr 1 licr fnulil onlv finil trrwel
of i'4. The value r.f those thev did fickle and 'aithless if he were sad-
find was onlv fi'j.fi.'i each, while last ! to cease to offer us the tall, tran
vear it was fc6.77. " I S.U l?orsoDS nde1rtta,ndf xvelL
Illinois railroads have reason to
congratulate themselves on the wav i
tw... r.imiL.il in li I -i ttntn Til fUtitd
, i , , the "point and the (Lite (we mention it
a number of other commonwealths . , 1 . .. .v , ,v
, 1 . .....'at hazard it was one in a hundred)
thev are now engaged in hot conte:-ts, ,. , . -iwiiii-
. -, ', . . 11. i- which onlv needed to be modeled in clav
with the state boards of equalization a tnllv ...mportanr creation.
on account of proposed heavy in- ( of themselveg t
creases in railroad taxation In Cook vAollthfcl amjt who leang her haD(1
county the value of railroad property R toilet taU preseati her back
has, according to the assessors, act- ,othed fa a low9 nct in
ually (leclinct uunng tne year oy .
declined during the
If useful for any purpose, the whole
statement iroes to show the necessity
there is for a revision and amend
tne assessment iaws 01 ine
James (i. Blaine's memorable Was as the characteristic of the poet.
speech delivered in the United States Henry James.
senate February 7th. 17, denounces '
the demonetization of silver illlS73j Are Spats Fattbionable?
us a national crime and declares fori There is one point on which consider
unlimited coinage, 420 grains of sil- able doubt eri.'is in various quarters,
ver to constitute a full legal tender f Are spats f ash: ouable? is the query in
dollar. Says: "A single gold Stan- which this doubtis sometimes expressed,
dard would, if success f uC produce 'The fact that wine well dressed men
disaster in the end throughout the persevere in wearing them does not ex
commercial world." And again actly answer the question in the affirma
Kemonetization will secure to the tive, for there tre old army men and
United States the most stable basis ' others who will continue all their lives
for its currency that we have ever en- to wear the sam?sortof things they wore
yed, and will effectually aid in
solving all the problems bv which
our financial situation is surround-'
1 " Tliin nrinep of nnrlinmintirv
...... , - . ,
leaders clearly foresees our present
financial disaster and proposes "Ke
monetization of Silver." This speech
rises 12 pages of t he 525 pages
ituting the great book. "I'oliti-
cal Discussions; Legislative, Diplo-
matic. and Popular;" compiled by j ,.gut ron ...j never come up to
Mr. Blaine shortly before his death. ! puntoiinPs cle, who, when he ascer
2so friend of bi-metalhsm or of good tained that his if e looked best in mourn
government should be without this went and committed suicide." Cor-
Sent prepaid on receipt ot only
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Years of Congress," and his "Biogra
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executor. Exclusive territory and
salary or commission paid. Address:
The National Book Concern, publish
era, 134 Van Buren 6treet, Chicago.'
mojave funeral rites.
Grief and Appetite Go Hand In Hand mt
On the banks of the lower Colorado.
among; the gra-'el mesas and mesqnite
covered valleys, live the Mohave Indians,
having their cotimercial headquarters at
The Needles, CsL, famed as the hottest
( place in the United States excepting
Death valley, ar d their seat of learning,
I supported by t ie government at Fort
mesqnite tree bears all th4 food needed
to sustain life, wi find the Mohave Indians
to resemble in a ipearance and habits the
negroes of cei.tral Africa except in
the particnlars f curly hair and thick
lips, having the same 6corn for the re
straints of clot! ting, and the same pas
sionate fondness for brilliant plumage
and gandy cosmetics. Peculiar are the
An Indian woman died at noon, and
we attended th? funeral, four of, us.
The Mohaves jractice cremation, and
the cremating commences as soon as
the breath is oit of the body, as wit
ness the fact tlat the woman died at
noon and was o x the funeral pile at 15
minutes past. Indeed it is said that the
mourners are sc metimes startled at see-
ing the dead cone to life again
fir hen-ina tr
hicos, as the wh te people are called, are
j accorded the privilege of attending these
ceremonies, but as we stand well with
( one of the wise men of the tribe we were
invited to be j resent. As soon as we
. could swallow mr dinners we started
j for the place an 1 were guided there by
the waitings of the friends of the de
narted. consitir.or of everv man. woman
and cmM present at the festivities. You J
(ATI RM the rPflU TlftllfTlMi nf olli-ntr
il by such a name when yon are told that J
f me anair conci iaes oy mo miung ana
eating oi au me norses or tne departed.
aU tne m,'nils trjnng to outdo each I
other in exclamations of grief. The head
stood bv the side of the penins who
' A. '
I,. ra(l aeslrnc:ion o:
directions for the
f the bodv.
in beC01lins a corpso. He thus
carrjeil bis fnnc;itms a st furtlier thaa
tbe Ilbvsicians v.. civilized life.
One old fellow, who seemed to be the
: minister, was standing within tho circle
haranguing the assembly doubtless on
the many virtues of the departed, and
V . . 1 . . .. 1. 1
w lieu xit. slhv: i 10 jutb.e 1111 uuusuuuv 1
. . ... -
good point mem turners manuesreu taeir
Appreciation by an increase in the force
of their groans.
Finally the relatives and friends ate .
j the horses that vere the 1 ronerty of the .
deceased and went horae firmly bt-Kev- ,
ing that the dead woman's spirit is roam- !
Jng t bat the deal woman's spirit is roam-
jng untroubled ia "Ghost mountain,"
just across the river. San Francisco
The TVomer Do. Maurier Draws.
We should feel as if Da Maurier had
a 01 f L T
There is a fig-
i ure in a cut of v hich we have forsrotten
flttliewaist.tot!,esTectator . Hercharm-
! ing pose, the wa v her head slowly turns,
i the beautiful folds of her robe, make her
look more like a statuette in a museum
1 tlinii 1 i V ii o fifrrrn in "PVinfn Wo TiaT
I forgotten what i he children are saying,
I but we rememlK r her charming attitude.
i which is a capit d example of the love of
i Iwautv for heau T's sake. It is the same
me iu or lo years since, inatspais
since men nave aesccnueu in tne bocuu
sce mar otliervase conceded. Lon-
. "On ISPns,
A Model Husband.
"I defy you 1 o find a man who loves
liia tt-1 na ilcn'-t v n T lovfl minp To
1 tonder her hap j would aertake to
' liv Rlotl nt thfi tonof amonn-
i nere della Sera.
Iatwi as a Disease.
May Why hi it that people really
know bo little a'xrat love?
Frank Becatse it is a disease that
leaves its victims in such a pitiful con
dition of imbecility that they are wholly
incapable of ra ionally describing their
symptoms. 2Ce w York Herald.
THE INTRODUCTION OF MENTHOL.
It Vaa Utterly Unknown In England Twen
1 ty-fiTe Tears Afo.
The medicinal nse of menthol in China
and Japan goes back into the dateless
ages. Isolated references to its applica
tion in the east are met with here and
there in the records of western travelers
in those parts, but we shall probably
never know the name of its discoverer OI
the earlv historv of its introduction.
We do .not know with absolute cer-
tainty When and by whom menthol crvs-
tals were first brought to the notice ol
European pharmacologists. It is said that
they were used pharmaceutically on the
continent as long ago as the end of the
last century, but if that statement is cap
able of proof the drug must have fallen
into oblivion shortly after its introduc
tion, for it was certainly utterly un
known, even by repute, to most persons
in the drug trade 23 years ago. Some
where about a consignment of the
drug was received in Loudon undtr the
name of Chinese pepirmint oil and
passingly commented upon for its curious
property of solidifying with a fall in the
To the 1 te John Mackay of Edinburgh
belongs the distinction of first having
called the attention of British pliamia
cists to the valuable properties o men
thol. Mr. Mackay is believed to have
brought "i-o-ho oil" with him from
Paris, where it was then sold in tht
small, red lalxled Chinese bottles famil
iar to eastern travelers as a kind of pro
Had menthol been an utterly valueless
medicine it would perhaps have taken
Europe by storm then and reigned for a
season, just long enough to gather a for
tune for its first exploiter. But as the
drug happened to have a solid thera
peutic value it had to wrestle through
the familiar stages of contumely, ridi
cule, animosity and unreasoning popu
larity, just like any new creed or re
fhe commercial interest of menthol
practically dates from 1S7S, when an'
English firm in Yokohama made a small
shipment of it to London, determined
not to rest until they had succeeded in
securing for the remedy a footing upon
the market. After manv months their
shipment went back with a note from '
the agents announcing that "the stuCT '
could not be sold there, as no one knew
what to do with it. But the Yokohama
firm persevered, and they reaped their
reward. Four years later menthol crys
tals were the rage of the season, selling
at 60 shillings per pound, wholesale, andf
carried about in cone shape by all per- (
sons with any pretense to the possession
of a civilized nervous system. Chemist
and Druggist. !
The ruzzle of "Society.
Talk alxjnt your puzzles Chinese or
anv other kind the greatest, the most
complex, tne most inexplicable puzzle is
"society -the society that you contra-
ually hear alwnt, that bubbles up, that
effen-esces, that widens out its own lit-
tie ripples every now and then into one
pigantic wave that washes np from the
depths a sediment that dims the luster
and sparkle and makes one womur
where on earth real socutyis anyway,
Now, here is a young uuin who came to
us with carefully prepared letters of ia-
troduction socially. He did not consider
it necessary to push himst-lf. Hewasht
beaut if nil v alone until accident proved
hnn a desirable man to know.
Another man came liere recently with
no letters credit or sm ial. He picked
up , an acqujiinUnce at a iopular hottL
lie let drop casually that he was from
England and was losing up real estate 1
here in America. This ae-.maintance,
who had the entree to sociMy, intro-1
duced him to his friends. They invited
him out. Others invited him in turn, '
find lir wns rnwn into Krwifrv's vorteT.
Now thev hear from across the water
' that the man, with his accent his onlv
recommend, is an ixnposter. Chicago In-
ter Ocean. .
Met hod For Secret Correspondence.
At a trial in France it was shown that
the chemist Turpin, who is undergoing
five years' imprisonment fir treason,
made arrangements with a fri'tid to carry
on secret correspondence. A letter from
the prisoner, giving the necessary direc-
tions to his friend, was read in court. An
omcial inquiry was maue and some in
teresting information supplied by the
convicts, from which it was shown that
when private news is to be supplied to a
prisoner a formal letter, apparently con-
taining nothing of importance, is sent. !
This, being read by the governor, would J
be passed on to the prisoner, who, under-1
standing the missive, and that it was i
only necessary to read lictween the lines j
written in milk, he conld make this per-;
fectly decipherable by rubbing it over
with a dirty finger or an old slipper. Au-
other ingenious form of secret correspond- j
ence consisted in leaving letters out of i
words, as if the writer were illiterate.
The omitted letters put together formed j
the requisite words and sentences. Lon
don Public Opinion.
He Came Out Even.
He was a weary faced traveling man
who had been the victim of every boom
towuer whom he had met.
He entered the office of a ticket agent
the other day, and purchasing a through
ticket for the east said:
"I have at least made one good invest
meet since I have been in this part of
"How's that?" asked the sympathetic
T came out even," replied the eastern
man as he walked toward the door.
New York Herald.
An Old Jewish Cemetery.
The most interesting sight in Prague
ia the old Jewish cemetery. It is in the
center of the city, surrounded by thick
walls. There are thousands of ancient
moss covered slabs, some bearing in
scriptions of great antiquity, which only
Hebrew scholars can decipher. The cem
etery is unused, but no other Jewish
burial ground in Europe can compare
with it for age or general inteisest to the
antiquarian. Charleston News and Courier.
"LO, I CAN WAIT."
k woman's figure on a ground of night j
Inlaid with sallow stars that dimly eta re j
Down in the lonesome eye uplifted there
As in vague hope some alien lance of light
Might pierce their woe. The tears that blind
her sight ;
The salt and bitter blood of her despair
tier hands tosa back through torrents of her
And crip toward God with anguish Infinite.
And. oh, the carven mouth, with all its great
Intensity of longing frozen fast
Conceals each newer wound, and back at rate
Ihrobs love's eternal lie "ha, I can wait!"
-James WTiltcomb Riley.
Carelessness With Powder.
Michael Faraday, the great scientist,
and Sir Charles Lyell, were sent as gov
ernment commissioners to watch the in
quest upon those who had died by the
explosion in the Haswell colliery in 1844.
Faraday cross t jammed the witnesses
very pertinently. Among other ques
tions he asked how the rate of flow of
air currents was measured. An in
spector, in reply, took a pinch of gun
powder from a box, as if it were snuff,
and let it fall through the flame of a can
dle. IF.s companion, with a watch, not
ed the time the smoke took to travel a
Tne method satisfied Faraday, but he
remarked upon the careless handling of
the powder aud aked where it was
kept. "In a bag, tightly tied," was the
reply. "Yes, but where do you keep the
bag'" "Yon are sitting oa it," answered
the inspector carelessly. Faraday's agil
ity in vacating the seat of honor may be
imagined. Washington News.
A Vifnatilp Literary Woman.
Probably 01:2 of the most versatile lit
erary women in tho country today is
Miss Alice E. Ives. Her newspaper work
is phenomenally voluminous, and sha
writes any number of funny sketches,
humorous and sentimental verses and
fjiort jioye-lettis for tho weeklies and
Miss Ives' best humor, though, is ex
hibited iu her plays, or iierhups it is be
cause it is brought into sharp and abrupt
contrast here with her magnificent pa
thetic and tragic work. She has written
two or three meritorious comedies. The
range of Miss Ives work may be under
stood when I mention that she is the
principal art critic on two Lunday pa
pers and a voluminous contributor to
The Art Amateur end t wo or three mag
azines besiates wri'.ing any number of
short stories for the dailies and week
lies. -0 ew ork Kecorder.
Travelers Should Always Take Notes.
First rule for all travelers: Set down
everything you see in a notebook; never
travel without a notebook. M..ke notes
of all you observe, if it is only a bank of
primroses. Note the people in the car
riage; what they are lik:; what they talk
about; how the women am dressed; what
books thev are reading; if thev look han-
py Qr not. It is int. resting when the
conntrv j3 o.ull to watch the faces of
vour fenow travt h rs and to construct
n general terms their future, their pres-
c.nt anil he;r j)at And iu a flW vears j
know not whether it is more sad or more
C-li-hiful to op;n these old noteWks
and to remember when they were filled.
vralter Besant in London Qua.
j . .
Too t"are1e With the Knclish Ijincuage.
A c !iti.ii:g deaKr in Kimn artvcriid ail-
wool rt talons for f2. atvi-i g ibe piblic 10
' taale liapte aid .ci.re U.e rat ; ar?..in. say-
inp: "Ttey ill t ot lat long '' Probably they
wonld not. Nfitherwi! your be ith lat 'oui: if
Ton con't tale care if it. Keep Pr. Tierce's
Plensir.t I'rilits in yrur hoi e. Ttiy a e ln
iif; eDHile to tverv fan.lly, is th positively
enre bil.'fiusress if it end s trjin cfcis
tretsug' a:'metts s'k bcadarbc, iniubility,
cor stipation. dizzire-8 aiid itid:gcfiicn a mar
velous i eciflc for l'vt-rand kidi y ti nbes, and
a pure vegetable command. 1 bey are f usar-
coatee", the FDikllest pills mtcc, ar.d the be s t, be
c3'e ih y c"o aU tluy prcmbe. Aildmists
, eU ,b,m- and ,he P"P''t.r. guannue iLcm,
' and rcruud th ,riceif tbe fail
j . ,, c. . , .
I Fits All fits stopped free by Dr
1 Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits afjer the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise anil $2 trial bot
1 tie' free to lit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
' Pa For sale bv si! druggists: call
' . .
LOUIS D. VAKDERYERE,
One of tho best known tfuslnass men ia Ciicig
representative of the great Bradrtract Co.
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NEKYOuS
Dr. Milrs Mfdleal Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Gentlemen : I take pleasure in informing yon
of tbe very beneficial results which have followed
the use or Da. Milcs Rcstorotivb Ntkvinc
in tbe case of myself and lie. For a year 1 .
subject to a distressing pain at the base of the
bnua and upper portion of the spinal cor.!. 1
tv. a mm mm lost fiesh and was greatly
rTIJ U W j troubled with sleeplene.
w' 1" mm your Nervine was hittlily
teeommenrled to me. My catw had been so obsli
liate that I had no confidence in the efneary of
any medicine. Yetaa a last resort I consented to
(rive it atrial. Much to my surprise, I experienced
marked benefit : my sleeplessness disappeared:
my headache was removed; myspiriuanageueral
uisco Twtsrr soiisds. All this occummco
arrtsi lcarmco a.o known vhtcicicn
moo raiLCD. My wife In taking the Nervine wilo.
ttia bebtolretuita. bonis V. VuiUvul
Sold on Positive Guarantee.
KSi t3 PI LLS. 60 Doses 25 Cts.
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AMD CHILDREN,'
a bock mxrtk dollars, tent sealed for toe.
Reader, suffering from any rcrnr-laint icullar to the female srv, 7.o.pi-f
worth everything to yon. Letters for advice, marked "Consulting IpaWn i'"'-"1
een Dy our pnysirians only.
City 'Bus and
Telephone Kock Island or Rarper Hotels for 'b
wagon ana you win
J. T. UIXOJN
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Aventc
. INCOKi'OKATED CN'DER TIIE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Open dailv from 9 a. ra. to 3 p. m.. and Saturday evening? from 7 to s oV. cs.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Perscr.i: p
lateral or Real Estate security.
P. L. XITCHELt, Pris t. F C. DESKMASN, Vice PncSt.
P. L. Mitchcil, F. C. Her.ktrann, John Cruhinch. Phil Mitch II, II. P. ll:i:i L
E. W Hur-t, J. M. Bnford, Jnhn Volk.
Jackson fc IIcht, lif-itors.
Btfan business July 8, lt90, and orcopj tbe tootheart corner of Mitchell & Lyrci ' t.
SEIVtlttfi & AlVDEK.nUN.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDER:
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done
General Jobbing done on short notice and eansiacion sraaracteed.
Oflos suld S'mon 121 Twelfth Street. Hu s 1U,
Establiehed I6S0 I9HS.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money by buying your Crockery, Gkei-vaie, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware. and Brnehes, ai tleOid ai.d
Reliable 5 ad 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 TPAtz vt
A. BLACKBALL ,
Slanafactnrcr of a:i kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a Spec ialty. Repairing dore neatiy and prorupt'y.
A snare of Tour patrocsge rtfpectfuly talicited.
1618 Second Avenue, .Kock IIan-:. I.
R tJ. Hudson. .
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to Esuns
turftislied when desired.
Shop cor. First ave ard Seventeenth eit, i cl jelar.d
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IROK WORK.
AT kinds of brass, bronae and ainirinnm bronze casting, all shades and temi ere M
a specialty of braes metal pattern aLd artistic ork.
Shot ikd Omci At 1S11 First tvenut.
WEOKtiE SI HAttK, Proprietnr
1601 Second AvcLoe, Corner of Sixteenth Street. - Oppcntc Dan tr'f Trc-.trc.
The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer r.d Cigars slvvavs on Her.
Free Lnnch Everr Day
JT. Mt CHRISTY,
C.J. W. SCHREIMER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Fenrth aretne. Residence 1119 Fotirth avenue.
Plane and specifications forrji.-hed on all
Cor. Michigan Ave and Monroe St CH CAG0.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CMT.HP BOARniNO.
ElsgantftrsprooTbuikimff ... .
Secures to GIRLS a i.i.
development and thus prVfm",.!,i
weakness. l' I
Sustains anil soi.ths f,.
Women, Krhanstm m''t'
snu prevents iimlnti-uc ","rl
Cures Palpitation, t,.,
nets, nervous Wakiu (i v,
preventing Insanity, i.r..u,;j," '
Change of Life, am 8 hV
happy old age.
tu u, to. txiLMAN, 8ee-y, Katam-u,V
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