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THIS Fill DAY, OCTOBQB ftf 1C27.
V 10 2S 40 Ba. SgBSan V anaaSSB""" mm 11 ' ir ' ABSOLUTELY GUiBlITEKD!t!'!5e-ii irwmpUMiibul. Urea rant the Insi, get Dr. Foal's Pennyroyal Pills . TkT. r?"TF'' 7" tertnla n remit. The rsnarr.t (Pr. Psal1.) mi n 'natal. 6at any share, SLM. address i-au. Muion Ca- Cleveland, i For sale by A. J. Reltt, Druggist,' Professional Cards,! AxtoMMmn. lfcCASKRIN MoCABKBIN, Anoraays et Law. i Book blul u afuaa. Book laiaaa ! , offlee over Kretl Math's More; atUea l OlMWIlU Street. 3 JACKSON HUBST, g AttorEoysat Law. a owee la Rock island yj etlonai Baak i g : J. J. BOACU, A Money at Law. Abetraata. OoIIaatloa Asanas, nr. i i Bea over IWT Second arena. i WH. L. LUDOLPH, j Attorney at Law. j i Kmc to Loan. General Loral Bm. ! I bh. Notary Public. 1701 Beoond are- K I aaa niiiore woes. I " " """"" i ft o. mmr, a i walu. i j 8WEENET WALKKB, ! A ttoraeyi aad Coaneeilort at Law. Ofnee la Benetton Block. ; CHARLES J. SEABLB, I Btate Attorney. i ConnoeUor at law. oaaa la atmrt i MoKNIBT A MoRNIBY, AttoraayaatLaw. Loaa monar on rood aaettrltvr tuka ! i ooueeUoea. Reference, atltohei: i Lyndo, bankers, oaea, kUtoheU a i I wuu ouuuuta r-HTIICIARS. F. H. FIRST, M. D. rbyalolea and Surgooo. Phone 4 oa tS"7. Office. SIS Ton. i tletk street, tmiea Hour: iomul i l n.: f to 4 and T to it p. m. Basday, 8:X i DlnTIITS. a L. 8ILVIS, Daatm. Over Erstl Matt a, ITU Seeoad are. toe. DB. J, D. UNAKQ8T. Denthn. OfBaa, oeca at, Waltaker Bfloeh. 1 aoraar Third and Brady streets, Darea 1 i R. T. DENTAL PABLUB9, fi i 111 a Third St, Deveejort. 8 ; Foraalalaainlltnt wltk We eteetrte M eeiapboae. Painless axtraMlni. AU U work at oae-haif taa aaual nrlaM t? Uuaraataad lor 10 yearn. g I ABOBITBOTS. g ! JAMES P. UUBBELL. i Araalteat and BaparlntaeAeak ; Booaitl, bUtetaell A Lynda aulldlnc, S ItAMOoor. M DBACK KEBNS, 5 Araaltaeta aad Sapertcwndecia. X Bklanar BkMk. fLOSIIT. j HENBT GAETJK, Prop. . OtiyplaaBoek Karaary. i Oat nowan aad Paatiaa et al Ktada Oity atora, Idyt lavMia,Taia S I. 1010. s I? R9ntl'fi TOm '.Mm bet. C Until! OTala rrm4y belas I d. Jeaa. ellretly tlia jj mm T tkaaje aliaara Wit ill nleluan ajf aWt. , Cm i -W4aarMtH la 1 te I T " iajra. Wan all alala patk. ouncaW,rM A- . Teartfe ATeaaa Brag Store, te'.m CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS ,U,MTI- ..am., wain leva. EVERY WOMAN Ml eeedt reliable, BMthlr. nwnUUa; modlelBe. Only !! ask Book Island. EL. LKOAJU Adznlnlstrator'a Notloa. etataef Henry Caratenaea, deeeaeea. The andentcned having beea appointed ad mlnletrablz of the eetate of Henry Can leaMn. Ute et the county et Bock Inland, etata of Iillaoti. deceaeed, harehy (Itm aotlet wUl appear before the eaonty court of Bock Ialaad connty, at the office of the clerk of eember teim, on the flrat Monday In December agalnataald eetate are notified and requeued te attend for the pnrpoee of ha1n( the earn ad- aneitod. to auUn ImaiadUta payment to the on- Uated thle tU day of September A. D-, WOU Gatca CABetaasaa, Admlnlatnuiz. Bealed Proposals Inrlted. e,e bld8 mm Toeled at the office of Drack A Kerns, arcblteela. Odd Fellow building. Bock Ieland, 111., for the eonetrnction of the head office building for the BTodern Woodmen of America, until Monday, Kot. IS, 1847, not later than ltoclock m. Aleo eparmte bide or pro poeale will be received for furnishing the heat lrt and ventilation apparatus, for elevators, for Vlumbinir. for mantels and lira grate, for set and electric wiring and for paint deeoratlona. until Jan. 10. 1W8, at la o'clock noon. Hsns may be seen at the office of the arehl tacts on and after Oct. 18, 1887 The board ef directors of the Modern Wood men reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Bide most be accompanied with a certified check of per cent of the amount of the bid at a guar antee that the bidder will enter Into contract and give good and enflldttnt bond. Building to be 75x190 feet, and to be Are proof throughout, and will be three etoriee and base ment. The building will be of pressed brick with terra cotia and stone trimmings, and will be located at Rock Island, Illinois. hock Island, 111., Oct. 14. lo7. Parker's Laundry m eooraiaw ieej . 'Cock:onhe Walk" In tho laundry business Is what onr patrons own ns to be. So yon can't blame ns focro wing when we have won the tight on your shirt fronts, collars, caffs and shirt waists. We Ao the best work In town, and are looking (or yonr bundle. Shall we get Ik King phone 1214, PABTTFTl'S AVAUZIDirr 1TM Third Ave. Phone 1814. ugeno J. Burns Real Estate F S Insurance Buy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. The old fire &od time rri company repre scateti Rate as low ls any reliable company four tatrenace la tloHmtii OJfife 1.'0, S&ocarl At. Harper Hons Block. are the most fatal of all diseases. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE a uuAKAiNifctD remedv or money refunded. Con tains remedies recognized by all eminent physicians as uie uesi ror Kidney and Bladder troubles. Price 50c and SiMa iMtil V.Baftaaaa HalTB Ttm SflM n.Vne. TKawaMlaaai Colored Spote. Aehas, Old Son. Ulcers In wu.uau-caiang7 Win Oook KBMKDT Co., 20 Masonle Terap-.a. Chicago, III., (or Proofs of mirr! xanltxl aaon iwm wmi ciued to 1 to 35 days. 100-page SVtEAHS H E IS Sf N LESS First Sworn Statement Made by Adolpfi Luetgert, the Alleged Chicago Wife-Murderer. BftTEr DEUIAL THAT EE IS GUILTY Did No4 KIU His Wife and Does Kot Know Where She Is, He Sayt Dellevee She WUl Tet Beappeaur Aliv. Jury raOe to AaTtea, Declatree Aa-reement IanjHslbW aad la Discharged Are aard Man Will Vry te Oet Out on Bail. Chicago. Oct. S2. The Associated Press last night obtained the one great foatuie missing In the famous Luetgert trial the sworn testimony of the defendant himself, Adolph L. Luetgert. Standing last night In the gloomy Jail adjoinir.g the grim-looking gray-stone court build fag in which his remarkable trial had at last been brought to a finish, the burly sausage manufacturer capped the cli ma oX the extraordinary aeries of events which began with hie bankruptcy and aJiegcd frightful diabolism cf boiling hit wife to death at midnight In a vat in hia factory cellar. Gkwcly following the final result of the trial which h at tracted world-wide attention, Luetgert made under oath a statement concerting the fearful crime 'charged against him, the first sworn statement of Buch a kind aver known In newspaper annals. Scene Was I'nlque and Dramatic. The affidavit was put In writing in due legal form, and is certified to by a notary. Ex-Judge William A. Vincent, the lead ing counsel for the dtfer.dar.t in this cel ebrated case, the man to whose brain. aklH And energy Luetgert beyond ell dovbt owes hia great legal victory, gave aonsent to the affidavit btrng made. The acene fn the Jail when Luetgert took the oath was. as dramatic as the rirrum atanooa were unique. In thedlmly lighted Jail corridor, Luetgert r-tanding erect ? rasping the iron bars that still kept him rom liberty, lifted his right hand rol emnly assented as the notaty adminis tered the oath. The gruesome surround ings were a reminder In snmo degree of the midnight occurrences in the factory cellar that have beooma familr&r to the hundreds of thousands who have fol lowed the details of the great trial. lw ff any of the curious prisoners and turnkeys who were spectators had any Inkling of what waa taking place. Luetgert, the notary and the representa tive of the Associated Press conferred together for a few moments and then Luetgert without hesitation made affi davit and signed It In Ink with the hand that Is alleged to have committed one f the most fiendish crime on record. "I Did Not KUI My Wire." The affidavit explicitly declares Luet gert'a Innocence. The document In full folknre: To Pubrhx The result of any trial. end US today. Is a victory for me because of the disagreement of the Jury, but I am rery muh wppointed and very much niTTtesa.tl-.-i the Jtvy did" not la-ins; In a rardM of not sctMir. 1 did not kill ny wift, and do not snow where ae Is, burl 1 am eura that It Is OH a ntiesrlnn nt fiiYL. ..i . home. "I did not go upon the witness stand because my lawyer. Judge Vincent, was bitterly an nosed mv riViinn k - - 'K,(wla,niun aHBi: he nired Die that it was not necessary. x nm graterut ror the tremendous ehangB In public pentlmnnt In van tfavtvMa and time will demonstrate that I am rot niy en mnceent but vry grievously wronged man. ISIgned "ADOLPH L. LrETGERT." 1 Subscribed and sworn tn before me this 81st day of October, A. D . 1807 tSIgnedJ M. P. SULLIVAN. Notary Public. wrangled fob sixty-six hocrs. nry TeUs the Court a Verdict It Impossl- oie ana it is Dleeharwea. Chleaeo. Oct. ?r in -i hours of deliberation, argumectatlon. ""sk, ana sullen settling down to a test of endurance, the Luetgert Jury announced a disagreement a 16o yes tesdar morning and ''o'-harged. The twanty-second an; . i .i if.t stood ulna to thnee fojr eonvictlou. There was no change in the rituatioa for the last tMrty-eight hours the Jury was out. An open quarrel between Franzea and Haaeev Wednesday night, 1b which the Be Was unssed. servvt n in. bltterpess between the two factions and '""j inti m agreement aasolutely traposeibis. Ute jurors said there were two stick ing points which prevented their agree ment. One waa the Kenosha alibi and the other waa the question as to the identity of the rings. The minority could not sea any milled edge on the smaller ring, and believed it would not have been worn off flrat, whereas the email ring had a grove in it like it might have been worn by the edge of the other ring. This was despite the fact that the small ring was ten and the large one eighteen carats fine, mak ing the small ring considerably t)i hardest. It seems that those two points were the one the Jury hung on. The bones were dismissed early in the dis cusalor.. The three men v.: .od by the de fense were Harlev, Holabird and Bar ber. AH the Jurymen agreed and told the eourt that a verdict was impossible. Preparations will be made for a new trial as soon as the state's attorney and hia assistants have had a little rest. The counsel for the defense will ap pear lx-fere Judtfe Tuthill today a 'id apply for ball for their client. The Jury adepted a resolution compliment ing the court and counsel and closing: TY wish to state that whtle the evl- Cold Core cores colds In the nad,eo)ds ea toe rang. 1 rnidA. new cnidji and obstinate com, ace all forms of crtp. Mops fuzzier, disehanr from the nose aad eyes, prevotita nuarrh, diphtherU. rnjTn.iniA. and all tnmt and lung trouble The- pleasant liHir peu u are absolutely bannlers, have saved thmisarvi of Lv and prevented marh Sick- n- i p. jsnnyon Renetiv company preeare a separate cure tot each oianuei at all druggier S evnni a vial. If yon reed meksil advice write Prof. Munyna. ISM Arch Street, rtiUadelphta. U hi 1 1 W MUtE dence waa sncn that we were unable to agree upon a verdict, one thing we did agree about, and that la that ih cumstances were auch that the police naa ample reason to prosecute on the ShOWintT Without hearlna? th. it... w f , wauot, ana we commend them for having dona (nnt aoty m the case." After retarnlnar to the tail r.nt. aald: "I azrjertMi an amniH.i thought I would be able to sleep at home tonight. But wa will try to get bail tomorrow. At any rata, the disagree ment only forces me te wait for my lib arty, a little while. I will be acquitted When V am tv4.it aflrntn T .iialviw, Into his cell at 1 p. m., and lying down on mi cot want to sleep. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The German government will shortly ask for a large Increase in the army es timates. The steamer Alameda, which arrived yesterday from Sydney, brought 12.250, 000 in English sovereigns from Australia. Tuberculosis in an advanced stage baa been found to exist in a herd of cattle owned by the Kansas State AgTicultar- al college. W. H. Lever, the great English soap manufacturer, has come to America to establish soap factories In the United States and Canada. The president has appointed MediceJ Director W. K. Van Bey-pen to be sur geon general of the navy to succed Sur geon General Bates, deceased. A call has been Issued by K. W. Steln- bls, secretary of the Building Ttiadea council, of St. Louis, for a general con vention of councils to be held In that city on Dec. 30. Major Moses P. Handy, the special commissioner of the I'nited States to the French International exposition of 1900, Is so seriously ill at Paris that his friends are alarmed. Directors cf the Janesvllle. Wis., cot ton mills have under consideration a proposition from a Canadian knitting company to rent the upper mills. The Canadian company haa $700,000 capita L Incorporation papers have been sent to Springfield. Ills., for a new beneficial society, the American Fraternal League, wnose membership consists of men who have withdrawn from the Royal League Fi9hing for whlteflsh and trout in Lake Michigan murt ceasa for elx weeks under the new Wisconsin law. Many fishermen along the chores will fish in Illinois waters during the prohibited term. A fine sailboat on Lake Koshkonona. Wis., belonging to Albert Vincent, who took frequent cruises, thereby arousing tne wratn or tne aurk hunters for frightening the fowl away, has suddenly disappeared. The remains of an unknown man were found in tho woods near Star Lake. Wis. A watch, a little money, and a re volver still in His band waa all that was found on his person. A bullet hole In the head indicated that ha bad committed suicide. Iron Brigade Rennlon Lloeea. LaCrosse. Wis., Oet. 12. The annual reunion of the Iron Brigade association closed yesterday. Everything was in- rormsfi, tne business being disposed of Wednesday. The headquarters ef the reunion was the scene of a Jollification. The veterans visited, told stories, sang, smoKoa ana toia experiences. The memorial In bono ef tha lata Captain James D. Wrjofl, company O, Ban end Wisconsin Volunteer Infantrg, waa aaoptea. Alton Color Line Cane an Court. Springfield, Ills.. Oct. 22. John M. Palmer yesterday Hied In the Illinois supreme court a formal petition for a mandamus in the Alton school cases. The petitioner is Scott BIbh, colored. The case grows out of the action of tin Alton city council In setting apart twi school houses the Lovejoy and Douglas for the exclusive use of colored pupils, and excluding such pupils from Ove Other schools of the city. Death of Dr. Nrwton ttateman. GeJesburg, Ills.. Oct. 12. Dr. Newton Bateman, for seventeen years president of Knox college, and before that super intendent of public Instruction for Illi nois, died here at his home last night. His death was very sudden, the result of heart dl scare. As an educator he had a national reputation. THE MARKETtt. Chicane Praia and aTtoclnea. Chicago. Oct. tL FoMowlrur were the Quotation on tne Board of Trade today: Wheat Octo ber, opened SIVsc, closed 0c: Decem ber, lc. oiosed : May. opened 0c. closed 9c. Curt October, opened UaC closed nominal: December, opened S6Hc closed l4c; May, opened JOc, closed 2!THo. Oats October, opened 1VAC oiosed nominal; December, opened 184tc. doted ISHe; May, opened He. oioaed S0fo. Pork October, opened and cloaed nominal: ijecernMer, opened 7.8214. closed t' STH: January, oooned IS. 7714. closed td.8. Lard October, opened anrl closed nominal; December, opened 14-ai'H. closed (4.40. Produce: Butter Extra creamery. 22c per lb; extra dairy. 19c; fresh packing stock, lie Eggs Fresh stock. 14e per dosen. LtVfe Poultry Turkey 7810c per rb; chlckeny (hens), 7c; spring chickens. Te; ducks. 19 8c Potatoes Xorth western, S2'&2c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Jersey. S3.WQ3.zs per bbl. irucaere a,ire ncoeau Chicago, Oct. 24. Hags Estimated receipts for the day, 80,000; sales ranged at f:.Gfti3.o for pigs. t3.Sr.fc 4 05 for light. t3.35&3.45 for rough packing. S.l.sWd'J.OO for mixed, and $3.60454.00 for heavy packing and ship ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the day, 6.000; quotations ranged at t.VIS 0 a. 50 for choice to extra shipping steer S4.7oeS.10 geod to choice do.. 4.40'S4 fair to good, t3.f0ig4.30 common to me dium do.. tl.S094.2S butchre steers. 2.90.0 stockers. I3."nf4.5n' feeders. I2.00e4.:0 cows, I2.war4.60 heifer. $2:5 64.2$ bulls, oxen and stags. 2.90Q 3.90 Texas steers. $3.0t4.50 western raspers, and $S.&0fr7.00 veal calves. Sheep and Lrnbs Estimated receipts for the da. 15.000; quotations ranged et $2.SrV34.Z0 westerns. S2.4O04.46 natives, and $3,750 1.85 lambs. M llwaakee Grain. Milwauke. Oct. 1. Wheat Steady: No. 1 northers. Mtfcc: No. 2 spring. 8&e; December, nominal. Corn Steady; Ko. $. 24ie. Opts Higher; No. 2 white, aVitJc Rye Highert No. L 47e. Corn !5C38e. Oata 17o. Hay-Tlmotxy. 47.5001 50; wild, SLSoQe.90. Straw H4.lo. " Potatoes 60c. ' Batter Fair to choies, 17e; fresh ereaaery. SIO. Eirrs lSe. Cbiekena SftTe. Coal Soft. ibo. Cottle Butchers pay for eora fed steers. "" nencra, eaivea, 49 GREAT STRIKE JN 'EretJCANTJ7T" Beard of Trade Wanhi te lateraaate a ffa). vent Any Farther Xeaa ef TiateL , London, Oct. 22. A new and lmpta. utnt element nas wen introduced ixio be great englnee'ring- dispute by theKjffl- ciai intervention or the board of trade. Right Hon. 4. a". Ritchie, .president -of the board, proposes in an,!dentleal letter addressed to the masters and the rnesi a conference, being held upon the foltow. Ins; suggested arrangement: First, the federated employers, while dlsavowtrag ail Intention ef interfering with the lesriu rrlate "eetions cf the trades unions, will admit no right of Interference In the management of their business. The trades anions, on their part, while-maintaining; tha right of combination, will disavow any Intention cYlnterfertnef with the management of tha business -of the employers. Second, the demand for a forty-eight hours work week made bv th. vnn. Joint committee upon the federated em ployers or London, without a previous requeat for a conferenoe with the em ployers. Is withdrawn. Thlnt a mnfo. ence between the representatives of the federated employers and tha engineering unions snail be heia xorthwltA tb discuss and settle the hours of lnbor. v.,i,-,. the constitution of the conference shall be arranged by its chairman or -other selected representatives of both parties. i-ne members or the employers con federation at 31aaaow a&ir linn I. - prospect that tha mediation of tha board of trade in tha dispute an the lir.ea sug gested by tha Identical letter of the? board will be accented. The Timet this morning In an editorial on the engineering dispute says: "It would bea verv ravlrar hiitlnK. German or American artisans to supply iutujs to prolong a struggle which will drive the eiwleeei inm hn.'. Great Britain to foreign competitors. IN HONOR OF THE CONSTITUTION. tie the Deramnt, hot the Orand OI4 jhla That Whipped the Oauwrlere. Boston. Oct. 2. Exerclsea were held In this city yesterday In honor of the an niversary of the launching of tho frigate Constitution. Among the speakers was Theodore Meosevelt. assistant secretary of the navy. He raid In part: "Tho moment of the Constitution launching was the beginning of our navy aa we know it today. It waa fifteen years after the launching of the Constitution and her sister ships before that prou 1 flag which menaced ua was humbled, and during that fifteen years there wre many people who objected to the main tenance of a navy. "It was because we had the Consti tution and her sifter ships that we came out of the war with credit and.lt is due to a policy contrary to that whfen prompted the Introduction of such ves sels that in recent years brought ua to danger of the gravest national dishon or." At this point Major William H. Garland, of Boston, who was a powder boy on the Constitution, in her famous battle with the Guerriere,was presented to the audience, and Governor Wolcott himself led in three cheers for the vet eran. Quakers Want a Ctoaer Volon. Indiarapeila. Oct. 22. At the FWeads national meeting yesterday the business committee of the conference was or dered to present a dednlta proposition on same ptan for cent rut erathorrtr s that the disrussion thereon could take definite range. The committtee submitted a proposition that much benefit would result from wh a union of yearly meetings as would tend to protect them from common dan gers and to strengthen their Joint par ticipation in Christian work, and that a committee be appointed to formulate a plan for closer union, to be submitted to the yearly meetings for their approval: also to appoint a committee to prepare a discipline for submission to the yearly meetings for their approval. Timet on the Verkes Telescope. London. Oct. 22. Tha Times In a long article this morning, on the opening cf the Yerkes observatory, expresses the hope that It will be free from "a great danger ' that aeem9 to beset so many American institutions an Insufficiency or enough means to defray annual ex penses." The Time addst "The ynlver slty of Chicago will not be ceftabllshed on aT firm, basis until an endowment suf ficient to maintain It is secured: aad tin Yerkesrrbservatoryehould hare Its share In such an endowment If It Js to escape tha danger 0 becoming a tombstone rather than a living monument to Hs generous donor." HenoMiHialed Preatdent'Cntra. Minneapolis, Oct. 22. Tho nominating committee cf the American. Missionary asoclation effectually disposed of the story that President Ont-s wot to be re tired by renominating him for a sixth term yesterday morning. All the present officers were xr nominated with one minor exception. yiaaiiaastt ! SCROFULA. 1 ttSret-a One of America's most fa- S mous physiciAns saysptr'Scrof- ttla is exterriAl constunption $ Scrofulous children are often beautiful children, but they J lack nerve force, strong; tastes, stout muscles and power to resist disease. For delicate children there is no remedy j equal to 5 Scott's Emulsion ! of Cod-liver Oil with Hype phosphites of Lime and Soda. It fills out the skin by puttinf; food flesh beneath it. Itrnakes the cheeks red by rnaking rich blood. It creates an appetite for food and gives the body power enough to digest it. Be sure you get SCOTT'S Emul sion. jocaadSio; aD druggists. SCOTT & BOWKE, Chctnott, Krw York. I Bt"atwraWanaawStaaB . aanaataam StTsanasstlsaTaTatsW BVBBaatli uafTOOdaOadBrcltita. tnlMofptlinfi HOC V -jra-t liABCCXTlO. 'Aon. Sour StoriatcluDiaTtBMa. wornis jurmTilsions ,reTri sh- cndLass or Sueh eSarale gifJriattaTC ef 1 IT J JJ IS 1 1 11 --t- i iMsrmaNOBi General Insurance Agent. The aid l-us aad tnmlr)a Otaapsalea H. DETJEHS, Insurance Agent. Monrasentlng among other tlnte trled and well known Fire lneur anoe Companies the following: ochetterl We.tcbesla rks SewV aSalo eerakta stiaraoa ftei 1 a a rue - mi Pnfraio, V -rallaaelpfcia - r----rrU,Hl ew Uespebtre Office Miner Elghleeath street and Second aveane, sesond Boon, Telerp&OM IOTi Colona Sand Stone Quarries Zzzvi trxilSir ttsna tetlzr tsi trissis,! tpesfslty. For cheapness, darablUtj aad beanty cicaUed by swaa. Tklt ton does not wain or color 11m wall with alkhU, ate. Plans swat ns for etlmaUa wlU roeatra oarefal attention and be returned promptly at oar spaaaa. Qaarrlet IS xciled frost Book Island oa tha C.. B. 4 Q. B. B. Tralas Hot. aad 10 will itop aad 1st visitors off aad oa. Er1;s stSsta, cere crib KaaiMMol Btoaa aad noaosof o! lsTtcaveU Lrw&bSi laj. adliaaii Atthtir DajfTall, nMaMgtt, Rock IsUnd or Coloam, 13. 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