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VOI. •. •i ...' "uggMftimg. i"11 ..• ij uiJE-.- i EUSNr.ss cards. W U I ATTORNEY I'lOShLLOR AT LiV, and Solicitor n Chancery. rn'Tox CEbJR COF.YTY, IOWA. O N U E ATTORNEY AM) l.'Ol-'NSF.U.OR AT A. LAW \)fhc« al his residence near Tipton Cedar Com tp, Iowa. RIMKI.1, & SPICEIt, k TORN! Lis AT f.AW ai.ii SohcUarjj in A. Cn»^ceiy. Tipton, O.ltr county Iowa H. V. PUTT. Attorney *. JU* &*o law*. in r' "Urt house, wilii the lUcorJer. •M. W. CI.A UK. TSrt Ct.4BK tLUtli ft, BROTHKK, Attornfyt and Connie!i *s 't Ltw, and SJiciiors in Chancery. IOWA IOWA. Will practiee in the diitrent nurl^ ate. n'l» josr.pii OI» -.i OTARY Public. Rochester, iuwn ,ie OlTicr. vinl-1* !\T 0T county. l«* 1 4 Oi mr. I.OYU, KOIIT. OF Tit!' IMTIOK OF T.t! Pi viiU Notary I'ub nl lie. Ti|t«u, itnvi. w, w»«J»n«D Atlornfij and (T'u:i-vc/ur al L'ltf an SAisiicr j.J Ch'tncen i To W A. Win nrartie# !e «mrt» fit this St! S«preB.» E A Y E 1TMSSET «r*a,.'S U llW. MUSC..1TISE, IOW.1. \nJ ILL prar^re in th® 8th Jn.l'cia! alia k Jjr ami tell He»l l".state, 1). Q. M«GOWAN, iTTORXEl' %T I.4W. Dav a pu r' iou'a. FitE ovi iif!: fO'T ftti i v,: M.i AM i" K ahamau 1) )l I low it court' r(j,and a«l a t' -i't ioctian of notes &Md a1"1 A A U O N i tf' c» f.. rHITShiin«. JJHY .N.TAN \X: u j%r i» V 11» »1 Office al I) -. (ate II it' i a»c* \1 nnif, A.*. HIV I.KMI .1' .V Ca'»i. N 1 Vc. JVl I uis MIS \wur.«. MERCHAVI Hr'li -r* Or-" VfS'f' fr of V. N'-.ir .1 i",M V E i- A N V. BRIGGS & WHITE, 11' «rsi«KanwnKits Bit' Uuiiiri I'M. '•, l')ve i) .. 1- cin*. (*i• t«r c.Miniy, Io»' sJJ i s .S Y} *7? tXVjOil, .JUL ant i «J i"' mi'- ••.e 11 ».!!•• Ilt.'lt ait I ill.jit".V«- 'i'l.tt- !i I .1 & i C.iuh:* & U.'il «1.1: I) tear 1 voit WlM.'-1' J.'iiiH o ik- v 1. y. 1.1 IVIlli.'UnTF'. AND WHOLtl.M.f ill WO on EX, WILLOW is CEDAR Ware, Broouis, Mats, Collin, Chums, Buckets, Boxen, Mc.iiiirri*, c»frIii• ra 1«»*"•*. Wa-h Hoards, 40. Also—French ami German Fancy l?j-,kets, of all killlU. 238 & 240 South Water &U, Cuic.130. I. W. BRiGGS, n51 1. K. WHItr,. 8. II.". I'. «H!TK, J. K. AV iii'i'l.. V. .. WIIITK. 8. I\ WHITE fc BROTHER fii.J'it. h. i a I.I H't/ i'it' vi OXJ OTHIRIO, /Nil 'I KM !.KJJI N'S linmmxu goods, ribber and Oil Hood*, Trurt&s, VaH.sts, etc. NO. 133 SOUTH WATER STUKKT, Ur. Stalin, UjI-Iv Clik»u o Illinois. NEW WHOLESALE DHIG UQULE. BARCLAY & BROTHERS, Wholesale Druggists, 213 Su-itli Water. iMi i'J Franklin i-t -i CHICAGO. •"Ji I.. ... 4 o 1 1 "I StiU Live THE i.A-1' W«OS Ul- HON. llAMXt WMMtaa. sr u u. atooi AVer. LtvtTh« leatM were fal'-a* 'i i the maii?i-n wVr« he lay A nl au!u«r.a! voice# falling, Warned the nmmer's priJe a'\ y While the snr^" an, In iisrrested bei'ity Breakittf with a ee.isl? the flee! r- (LUK i), .o' i: i Were those pr phet w«ri» of cht: For where'er in truth victorious, 0««!•*!** hath its wor hip '••re. w«r its bi*h Wwt'i i ii»nee it* l.ifiy birth •. win from evei .. idyiug a*ra'! o SltU Lhr The flesh \v. Alt iu vain ihe healer's -k' Light iii that tkeo tve Was pa And 1- •, '.-v rt grew t.,r. Vt"-t !hs i Iwriii*, '*•'.1 iii armor, farm a»! bri boJy V »ui soarinj !*i \vi the Infiatte. V. man of i ii in! siiuj And his «Mlitry'jt 4'. J)irkc„ed on Sal I iticril v it ii,* »». .s* v.*,* I* ,. At 'iic er' "•Wiscfilancoits. A iid Mil iii th3 3feate o. Mune. A corre.-poaient of the Too nasfon i Me.) Journal, writing to the editor of his luJl paper, says: "On the morning of Jan. 2d, while engaged in chopping w»ai a short dis ite i from my house in Wal ihoro*, I i: a*! was startled b? t!ie most terrifi" tereaft: ci *4 :ny ears it seemed to ,, ,•!' MI i re woods Mir by. I ko l' i: i' v unaenced searching rotfiid i- vi" if this unearthly noise, but a a 11U-hours fruitless search. I re '.a tv labors, but had scarcely itruck a inu v with my a*-i when the s'aarp M'.riek hurst up the air. Looking up quickly I di- Mfttfu.l an object about ten I rodh fro 1 1 •, standing betiveoa two i trees w ad the appearance of a tii being. I advanced ae little creature fled as I .•! .••••• i-v. n after a 0AVI6M* i'. T4»« 1 v 1 10 lC( OGILV1E HOUSE, w.th -HY-- 'c i tiHH'' rift an'i I'MW: I. V BKTTI, PHOI'ltlKTtm. U 'lOt. Hlr E. I?\ PiTT*:KS»\' FI.EMMIi'fc. '1 iP I'JN, IOWA, ..... UY WILLIAM LEE. BOOK IllX«X)£]ri, low u i(y. One door ris". !ii»- Post CfRcP. B"""hh-o,rk",0f^al,kin1,' kePtcons,ant Countie* supplifd with #11 kinds of Blank*, the Pacific lecord*. anl ottesr Books for Ceuntf O9WM, yti ihort ir»4t#. al induce hi.n to eat same meat, but ruled iu the attempt, I then offered him ^some water of which he drauk a smalt |»*|»ut* iirttity. I next gave him some dried -,i STICK*.'.if S'-.I-I i»le Township, beach uuts wiiich he cracked aad ate readily, He is of the male species, abut at Tir*m. 1"» s in !sc: r!.t, nnd his Sinif'K are in id feet ,, .. ., ^yj !"h.-ro', 1avffn. i see I O W A IL»II.AOAO ».» »II 1." PACHC.—Senator Douglas* bill for this purpose, it is thouglit ry pr.'h'iMe, will be passed at this ses sion. It has received the approval of ail At the Old Stand of P. off#? itbe S«niU-ui,'n who have introduced bills of the kind. Senator Benton alone except ed. He prefers of course, his own bill to anything else. Senator Douglas' bill ROCIU-STTR, IOWA. A K O U S E BY E. S. TUCKEll. ami Mfrrson Strieli. f'tfi. ft ua Cotaer of DubnH i pr ,vides three routes viz the southern iute, from t'no western border of Texas to the Pacific the central route, from the western border of Missouri or Iowa to the bay of San Frncisco the northern route, freia the western border of Wisconsin, or waters of in 'T'-iritory. Minnesota, to the navigable Fin n the llu .lo Canuaereul. A Mistake. We published a few days since an ac count of the amusing exchange of par cels in one of the stores of New York, A hereby a bachelor was astonished to find, on receiving Lis pickaxe, that it contained bobbins, laces, and other et ceteras of ladies' gear anu liie lady, on opening hers, was equally astonished to acquaintance having collected his iaces, silks, &c., he happene'l to call on a «vell known tailoring establish nent, and lay ing down his parcel, another individual having a very similar one laying on the counter, unconsciously took the other and departed. Mr. A. shortly after took his departure with, as he supposed, his own |arcel, and on arriving home, sent it t« the lady. Judge of her astonishment on opening it, to find—a pair of pantaloons! Her indignation knew no bonds -the in Slittili •. u iuel i .,M I nam •. ,:. I final 1 OI A w' 1 poll* that inhabitant* to be so r, |aa tit potatoes .' it 1, 1. npc.i,1 this city li u 1 and I A largs» pari or. he laH ca-.. .... sttamer Glasgow was polatoefc, which, after paying the tariff, yielded—we have been told u y. in.' jrne profits to the exporters, on y ld them for four times ihe puce obiaiued iu their own markets. We have lii" U verify i'M i pears that tel more u jhavt. T: tato 1 .. 1.! t':auv .. dr.nce, an i farmers, a. ira jd ft mo. •.plori»g 1. .1 and tliea tut 1 a sharp SAMUEL DE WELL, )stirjil r.-^nhl.ng the whistle of ir i sim v.1-. HT IOWA. Ian engine, i took him to my house and ,V-: t'd an agri'ulturai sut»ject whi attention, and we hope these remarks will lead many of our farmers, during i the preseut winter, to adopt measures for cultivating and improving a more exlen sive ptato crop next season. Amtrican, THE FIRST ANO TRE LAST.— A v .aoj epii n tippler at the thr«shhoH, and a sot at the /.. grar.e- The saloan and the scaffold— V4 .f 'he bright hopes of young manh*»od nad ithe growing.* ot remorse—the bright 1 men °']laug'.iter of the yong trawler, an I the imaii r.aui'v, can gra*nv ttieir curiosity maniac's wail among the lost tiie hiring oiliing at my iiou.se in the eastern promise of same, and lower'state of in'a irt »i W«! near the Trowbridge I ,uy tlie ve these facts to the public re is any one who can derfiil ie i tnenon. innocence ol c:iild..uod, and ti e V.. II,,.,,. fn ,-i. 10 Ilu. iti.Mii.! wickedness of the damned. Stand, s upon the threshhold of the drunkard, and the whole panorama of intemperance lies before you. There is the first step and I O E I O W A INOHR'LSNDENT XST AXJIJ TMINGH- •nhutzi-AJLI 3xroTHi»ra W E N E S A Y I A Y 2 1 1 5 find such artielef as were only required 'journey, a woman, who was a fellow for a gentleman's toilet A similar oc-1 passenger, with an allecteJ desire to currence happened in ®ur own city last roiievc week. A gentleman whom we may call! took a seat with her, becam^very soda Mr. A from Niagara Falls, came bie and among other aiarki oT familiari up to make some purchases for a lady y( 0 c:, Lou MOXTTS THK Vithut.***** A correspondent of the San Fvancis.:o their operatic (Cal.) Jouruai, vrm.-i? from Grass V«1.1 bafifxago a# ley, says, under 13th uk: "J ited today the (Madame !. 1 Moii' rent!.. birds. .. goats, s pigs, er pon .. be a faeofli \*-.• n i coaipanion IL S-xf iy it '1 a str find the woman reuowned a n^tai ed her part upon pOvV.'iitj! IlllPf:! i sr'.-m. I A Now Phae of Robbery. Monum. it CHLOROFORM OW THE the.loaeiiness of the young lady, fl\ red her protege a buttle of smell ing sails, which was accepted and used. Soon after iniiaHug the pungent oJor of the vinaigrette, she became powerfully affected by the influence of some subtile soporific agent which it contained, aud fell asleep. She remained in this un conscious condition for some time, and on recovering from her stupor disco\ered that she had been robbed of her purse, statum, Oondu r* nautly .. bani ed to an ape' .• .. ed wi.'. u v.a.» renl owner 1 uaf'ortunite bree sent biacxpi it a to the irritated di 1. that peace was restored. liivva, ivjii iiait UtC Va[i'' !iad her fully perpetrated u trange: Uxj ~w*' turkeys, seems to her !. obles. is to Demoi:.r I) •WE ... w firm of Wic S.) to 100 ho arid* play-1 with compr uiey i! i1 s derable.' What been the l»ss of th shipping flour, wheat, aud corn io Europe, and are now being partly paid b.v k ia pjtatoes. Has thif e:7.:.ile it become ». .L:Tt ita't to cult vute in our country, tiiat we must have it sent irom abroad to supply our wants.— The potato rot visited those countries in Europe which are tio.v sea ling us pota toes the last. There i. the man behind the bar with a toddy-stick, and the man be hind the church in Potter's Field with. his spade. The pathway is broad and I y®u to taue to Amer.ca deeply beaten, for throngs of eagtyr pil- v a.? i y grims nre thronging to the land of gib bet, dungeon and grave. Do you go Otj Do »c. -A in?—Think of home, kiadred, childhood and heaven, and turn away That 13 a fearful road to travel. mm CARS.—We learn, says the Rochester Democrat, the follow ing facts, respecting a receut robbery committed on board the cars of the Ceutral Railroad. On Friday last a young woman took the tars for the Weft, at a station a short distance beyond Uuea. Her baggage was checked for Buffalo. A'ier proceeding a short distance on the the facts .'oad men nans*: i K 1 ct Co have lost M[ this \ulage. Tae pU,j, liea 011 has- on- Bu' iiuiunit sequenee of the business ot Messrs, Wi.:ks, Har*o:i & Co. But that was a lo-s of human instead of hog lives. The victim-: of a disease resembling cholera rot in t'-enches without ci.cting a remark, but if'bO to 100 hogs die at their distil lery.' what a loss! it is eonslderdubk(., 'Oil that hosjs should be so dear and human life so cheap !'—'Tributm. THS bullet by which General Joseph Warren was killed at Bunker Hill tn 177-5, is still preserved. It is an ounce 1 hall, and was exhibited by Alexander H. Even Char! i ue so, sor tiie no- I, the de June 1 I he exclatme continent, and we ... q-reat ahun- citizens, wh 1 The it, is ty by our T.iis is JP®"* 1.! demands of an oration at 1S19, in which .e, fellow 1 my band! 1 .|y covered ero s ow d-posited in States Hi.tone Genealogical Society, with the or'. ir«iI affidavit of Rev. Wdi.an M)ntigue, formerly pas'or Car':/. Church. Boston, who made oath that he obtained the ball! Siehifc London, of Arthur Savagt once an officer of the customs of the port of Boston, 0 There is a tree in Metteo c.o'e the c.hijo!. very fine wood which becomes petrified after being cut, in a few years, whether left in open air or buried. From the timber, houses could be bu lt that! wo..hi in a few years hero ne fire proof orphan girl to ra »"d last an long a* '*OM» of stone. The Ja!iy 1 wood iii a n stale isi v worked Oregon or Washington! it il w'i kc., and i .• .'o i rsi i 1 who gave Mr. Montague this account n,.V0|,,tKlf, ." 'On t— .i -----18ththe 1 -r.tc if Bunker.' illII, I, .v a numb r,\ Bri' ofRc-r 1 vV'i.? Genei! :i Boston to Ci V. •.. v. a oauie fii'td. Am 'ou the body of Dr. MS with whom I had been .i.jted. When he !ell. he fell a 1 rail. I ball I took from his body fL vings'on coin y K'. of I 'I I & I E ir. beinu ft. 1*1 ma ay yea^s to' et coup'e. Ten to the Murdered Eutlnr. A beautiful inarbio monument has been erected in tl.e_ CdlVt* Cetnetry near L'usville, in memory of Mr. llu*'"r. who wa» murdered by Matt. Ward. liears the follcwing inscriptions: Wilham II. G. li i:K-r, bor i iu Jeffer son coun?y, Indiana, Oct, 3d, 132o died at Louisrille, Ky N iv. aiVi, i, On the reverse A man without fear, 1 1! withoti: u proach of gentle nn.l .. tuiug di tion of clear a ad vigorous mind a .1 a complished scholar a devoted aatl ui cessful tea" Christian. On the Iii Ml presence I to his fidelity in i On flie south s.i This monument is erected by his pu pils and a bereaved community, to show l®,e'r al1Prtc'a*'on baggage-checks, Sic. On arriving al toe PerPetua'® their horror at his murder VILUAN CAOEO.—A man is 11 it given, but belonging to Ral N. Carolina, took up his resi 1 iington last summer, and 1 .... great display we.i ... .vaiits. &c. s acquaintance while there ng lady from New York, fascinated was she very short time she his wife, and d'tl in a aat !.« lag O jus a happy briJo had but He 1, and it nuw o N V 1 i i a iy. il- i rnisliee. a: 1 justly out wiio can u me broken nearis of his two uihappy victim^? When will Amer sti erj, situ it. jcaa loarn to oewaru of ionning SH.eueateles, onf nule |,. ..d w ®tratimers, whose polished im- lli .0 atli 'iey!to thou.?i. baried Jaahimi-ible display ought i 1 v.- o arc gutlt\, but haw failed denounced itirainsi it bv the laws, should be bran! a ta t'-u.. ,r«it:.o,. aud co litem] '. i reap the punishment 1 TO «o«b ^0*i»os*.~Major C„ ...... v is now or was quite recent ly, living inOswego New York, and who was a meiabei of the House of Represen tatives during the administration of the I Alain*, used to say that he fiddled hnnstuf into Congress. A short time previous to his election, a vessel was launched in Seneca Lake, at Geneva, and it being au unasual event, people came from afar to see it. Ihe young folk gathered there determined to have a danee at night, A fi Idler was procured but a fiddler was wanted. Major Co:' ran, then quite a young man, was a amateur performer, arid his services wei 1 demanded on the occasion. He gratific "'^'7* the joyo I inpauyaul at the supp»" ,ae ,J 'he gefttlomen remarked. fit for I itti n a inacou laeir ov favor o: 1 shall visit Boston agaiu, i as 1 iv '. 11 a e ti?-'n -.e D.-.'V &h<* Thev Crraphic Mi. ^shelui. in t!.t '.inthat th« stei i tef devote tiieu' attention dicu'.ous fashions in dies I find 1 (ault g. s.tli '.uof Pitt: coaueal look.' "'i I of them ii c\ i'i io: I ding, sleev in the 1 martyr .1 u- worth, aud to burgh had Mrs. S jays: I I a la V Ju ..._tf, Stuff Irawn up ar-r. ti. •!l' meal sacks, .•••'. fiddle string?. as u8ilt a n e e i u s i k s 1 i a natural curiosity. This winter, the whom, stilt-like support* mysteriously disaji pear pantaloons are invisible, and coats the latt bid fair to lival ladies' skirts in the sub- liine urt of street sweeping. ©ST Speaking oi California mus,. 1 performed by some of the brute cieation, w tose jat!y W f|titig to the Sierra Citizen, says "Few persons have passed lue nigiit ingh up in the Sierras without hearing the dis cordant bowlings of these animals an i few ever heard the sound without making a critical examination oi the nearest tree. The sound is a harmonious Wending oi the bellowing oi a young ox and the yell ing of a panther. At first it seemed to me hideous beyond description, but I soon got used to it, and had abo soon spasmodic a politician hall "seas ov jiUj ,e ph-a.s giuee i i .. Enquiries were parties, when it was dis i had shamelessly and bru tunduue 1 atjd cSiildren in duett pertorineu ova a large wo'f, one on creek. The wolf was amateur vocalist, but despair when his a:, thoroughly warmed up dooliul tale." rjtfT At Gtlil f. stone house wl eldest United States. It ed in tl, Indian ntr before the revolution, as a fort. A out twenty miles east of the 1 stone i*ouse, on tl JO couecil, i--i '.v.. burn him. A •tifl[ietifc •.» Tims- ajq 1 eiy afid u''!ect N trreater *iu»i 1 ne near'" ... sted tt. .'• tit tkr« iii the one dt for t... o-\' il( ..... ciuuw.i -l |R U T, ., .. ,, aVurai, 1 1 received by tne company, tae matter w talked up, and he was nomiaated at (elected to 'iigres.i lor tiie disfi a t!u composing tiie whole State A New Y west of Schenecta i' 1' ie 1 ne: .id Boo* jn ,^ slllgN ,.y vr'thout .. '. lang .1 i 1 .vh'CO tl.-.' b'ooc! piss v iroai t:*e :he head lie always lej^cued cavities wium tne head is restio h-'.rher than the body theielor diseases a*, ended w th fever, !'e Tribune, related ihe 1 .• ng let of cnily hit, ha I rie'ghborhood "A wido.r y toolc in o phuo Uiy, qn te v/,"r,n,1 ,y' »n i«i i-tv«d tl lue nge i,liotlId be pre .• i a the body and o ige, nad i ,0 HUM od| f*3 veavS 1 t'aaa fc Ui .-. I i««e TERMS, $1 TOlaAD^AN! 11 11 tertere i robber• so gre iu iii*. whale retaha He 1 near it now, ns the ng ol .-.oaths! side 1 i tl respe \L rave up in st I .'came 1 coa'd He in ing at 4,IJomuioua«uck us (acta ertutneo of 1 1 ..1 c,„„ river, livo«» a man »hoae nd.u" v\a* atau nard. By some rneiv" ad male himself obnoxious to ,i- Indians, and 1 U*ey therefore «t»ize(i and held a ougfit to be car* ful i social I there :i r- 1 made around a stake, aud Statinard, ins a»'taa bound with thongs be»,in t:- :l' the isi.-.i, id U»s M- zing a a 1. papoott tr 'in tne oat K ola aquaw, tos-j ted him into the midd:r ol the fire, and jthe long*lcg'jre'l Yankee leaned ior the stone house. hftl.er he made his mle in 40, more 01 less, we know not his to.y and trad it 1.-n are silent. The iloors of the stone h--uss closed upon Stan nard just as the whole tr»b» howl ing ar *J yelling to the wa! a :tiatd was s sf'*, but ti.-1 jutpnoif u.- is ro.iv ir «n trie Oaca ol a aqoaW, tOS GOVESNO* or KK.TTOCAV.-— A on. ber ol distinguished gentlemen ol th I dealt off '.'.ic lo-'. parlies—Whig and Democrat—are pro- a it _«f and fou* .» 1 1/. 1 III I 1 1' airl road ci- N O 1 1 Tns ter BiMan. ,1. a car s 1' WOtll.V .* .1 iii 1.1 i'if a rofiii?• A re gathered around a al halt," near ti:^ \eial games wt pok me ofl, and the phr. ,. uous company ard table in 1 thy table when, •. udividual, w cated to kn* f. offered to .'i ii I. I'ould rut a Jtn'• eeidant specimen .' nsat* took 1111 up, a i 1 a n s 1: •].• ager, lot ie ntvtr nal tffti be ere then shufiled, a I took e'»t iick-kuiie. pack •d t'. j. I iii.. the bet The s' VJ in th« thus woo ...anded •. .a bystds prevent uc bare fa.' liking to get a mm$ i .11. ... 1 llrJ v waa .1 ,e, but taw 1: ,1 resolved A- u, I. the Jack's 11! Jo them up s not to be and il 1 to send ha' one into ti.e offi e to his w« t ote3,«r until .e attou about the pre .- bet should •1. down a little, and 1 tune. piece tea that h* with cards we re 1 of 1 "i T!u- ... sto.'king of new pick, was 1 did, nent, jaek b»»ing asked ed that the .. a if just noticing the affair, went uut and enquir ed what was the mewing ol so much talk abeut cuttii a Jack. The winner in formed hiui that he had just won $25 ou the Ivt that he couU cut a Ja k the first told 1. I at it Wil-. a ii couli happe.. somewlmt '-nnver ell", nod would be. o» 1 o i cut a Jack iackleg thinl a.:' er!y took tiiat stakes *:ards Whe Jai'! he in 1 Ti UllttS Hil in Th. li 4 mot tar, i r-.. I to the lar were broug! ,1 which he 0 his oppo »k ft ii- Oft .a-. »r, her.'.ii ould Ci." a ier tilOi: i ... but Lot .. ./as a .eiy Jacks, but tiiat at IJ see tiiOie Ja. ka shutUe illded 1 The feeling- ol' r.-: -vithuut coming to e was soid. The to the +lrk!'. Ijood advice, ana .al .i '. a't'l i/.iti 00 Sin-: diies. dis- li.r.g been quun'i'.y ot u.es hard iu v 1 "i' -oak or i "k at for 1 •tiiC-tiuOgUS, i. many other A'tttmn of New iapt. votfil tor thk !*•.• i-, Xrw Vur.