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THE CAPITAL EVENING- JOURNAL.
SLNGLE BLESSEDNESS. '
A pontontod Old Maid Discusses
tho Marriago Question.
A row l'romlnent Hints on the Education
of Girls-Marrlngo a Sad Lottery and,
at tljo Iost, a Stato Full of Cares,
Worry and Anxieties.
I havo met with very few unmarried
ludics who havo not appeared to mo to feel,
after tho ago of thirty, that their existence
was thoroughly comfortless and wretched,
writes an "Old Maid" vintho Now York
LedRor. Many havo I hoard express them
selves thus openly; nnd that such is tho
fact can very easily be learned by an ac
curate observor of tho human countenance.
Hi a -also certain that three out of every fivo
of tho young ladies of tho present day must
remain unmarried, becauso so many young
men thinlc they can not exiet on less than
two thousand a year when married ; and
how few men thero aro with two thousand a
year compared with tho number of young
ladies in tho country I There aro sometimes
Jive, six, eight girls in ono family; gener
ally all tolerably pretty, and most of them
pleasing and accomplished women many
possessing talents of no ordinary stamp
yet, perhaps, in our drawing-rooms these
lovely and accomplished beings aro com
pletely neglected by tho other sex, "be
causo" (I must repeat tho sentiments I
havo heard from thousands of young men
of fashion) "I never talk to girls. Idaronot
pay attention, to unmarried womon, because
I am not a marrying man; my friend, ,
flirted with so-and-so, and was accused of
behaving improperly. I don't like to ex
cite f also hopes ; I shall never marry, unless
I can. find a wifo with at least two or three
thousand a year, becauso I am much richer
unmarried with tho small fortune I have."
It is of no uso to quarrel with the stato of
society as it is at present constituted, for
wo can not alter it; but I think it might be
beneficial to givo a few hints on tho educa
tion of womon, which might perhaps bo
useful in procuring them, in a stato of
singlo blessedness, as it is very falsoly
called, a greater share of happiness, or a
less load of misery, than they at present ap
pear to mo to possess after tho awful ago of
A girl at thirty is called an old maid. She
goes to a ball, and generally sits neglected
all tho evening, or danco with somo gentle
man who has been asked often to dino at
her father's house, and who perhaps, re
marks: "Miss is rather paiscc a good
old girl and I must do my duty there; and
now I shall danco with tho beautiful Miss
." My henrt always bleeds for the
mortiHcations I see endured by theso poor
old girls continually. Thero aro certainly
somo singlo women whoso talents havo made
them as much considered in society as they
ought to be; but, then, I havo generally ob
served that they havo fortunes, or have
had advantages above others to bring them
into notice, and to givo to tho natural ambi
tion of tho human species somescopo of
I will suppose a caso in which thero are
four girls a moderate proportion in one
family and two sons; and I will suppose
their father possesses livo thousand a year.
I will suppose ono of tho four young ladies
, very pretty, ono tolerably pretty and the
other two rather plain. They havo been ed-
, ucatcd. In all probability, as tho greater
proportion of American girls aro. First of
all they go every Sunday to church, and are
moderately rich, perfectly honorable, up
j right and well principled. It is only for
j their own happiness that 1 would propose
jamQhangeln tne education or a class for
whom I entertain so high a respect.
Theso four young ladies havo all been
i brought up with tho idea that thoy will be-
como wives and mothers, and are taught to
j cherish theso natural affections which, if by
somo remotochanco ono out of tho four ever
does marry, will make her so amiablo and
lovely as a married woman. They aro all
i allowed to read modern novels, at least all
such as aro considered to havo a moral
tendency. .Now, I maintain that thero is
scarcely onoof theso works which docs not
Imnri as any young woman witn tno idea
that 1-appiness can alono be found in lovo
Tha heroine is very amiablo and perfect,
! surr unded with admirers, all contending
for t'iOhonorsof her least notico; but where
is the novel which represents four poor,
pretty, unnoticed girls, who aro destined
to pas their young years without so much
as ono admirer amongst them? Year
after year passes their bloom and
beauty fado and my four lovely and
accomplished warm-hearted beings, hav
i ing seen all . their youthful castles
fall one Dy one, oocomo nsuess ana
S unhappy. They havo littlo in life to in
iterestthem; ono dies of a complaint of tho
spino; another lives many years on nrrow-
f root and cairs-ioot jeiiy, ana is onvoiopeu in
flannel oven in July; n third is under the
caroof aDr, S. for Indigestion; and, per
haps, tho fourth, who is mado of tougher
materials and born with loss feolitig than
tho others or, perhaps, from liavmg some
thing tJ occupy her mind, in preparing tho
arrow-root for one sister and ordering tho
haid dumplings prepared by Dr. S. for tho
other- -out.ives her sorrows and disappoint
Jments; and, if sho takes an interest in her
brother's children, or a sharo in their edu-
cation, or iu something which gives vent to
those affections which aro implanted by
nature Jn tho breast of woman, sbo becomes
This, then, appears to mo to bo tho se
cret too much neglected in fcraalo educa
tion. Teach tho eirls, by all means, mat,
lone great source of happiness consists In
tho Indulgence of virtuous affection; but
do not teach them that there is no affection
capable of producing this happiness ox
cept such as may bo folt for a lover or hus
band. If the heart uo proporiy reguiateu
it may take a warm and sufficiently on
grossing interest in many objects loss Intl
; matclv connected with it. Marriago is a
( sad lottery, and, at tho best, is a stato full
i of cares and anxieties. Freodom and inde
pendence ought not to bo lightly pat-tod
I with, or set down as possessions or nine
rlckons and the ClercT"11"1'
Bays Jamos Payn in the Independent:
innna itaitd tn toil n Rtirv of meeting
with a clergyman in a railway train who
he'd forth to his fellow-travelors ever so
: Inng upon tho novelist's private failings.
; Dickens is an atheist, sir, as I happen to
Irn .... .l.Alnnlann nnmhlnv qnil T l-AfrAt 1ft
say. drinks' and so on. 'Dear me, bow
sad Have you ever seen him drunk!'
asKed Dickens. 'Well, not exactly drunk;
nn, but certainly overtaken by liquor.
ITaa ,, ,.,,,. iuti Vi.m cnhArl' 'Wall.
that is too much to say. Oh, yes, I have i
seen him sober. 'Often!' 'Yes, often.' i
'No, sir, only once. You see him now for I
A Ulvlslon oT Measure.
r. .. n.i tk Itlhani. PllAnAl.thAt.
v.. a and Major Bevengallons were taken
ti-nn with the jim-jams together, sir, the
There was not enough liquor between us
f r that I bad the Jims awl b bad the
jarai.but, sir, wa couldn't oofflbJne I"
No. 211 Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon.
ARE TI-IT3 LEADERS IN
Ladios and Gents' Fine Dross-Shoos
Also a hi re o line of Lailiis', MI-scs' unci Clilliliens' canvus slioei for
summer. Homember they ill make It an object lor you to call on them
mill they will show you the best Hues of goods in the eitv. This firm is
well known to all the citizens of Salem, anil sui rounding country, as a
Jinn that handles nothing but reliable goods. Take the people's ord for
it and call on these gentlemen when In want of foot-wear.
Tlicir Spring Slock is Unsurpassed in Qualify ami Prices.
J ST. PAHS sr
IvOOK - OUT !
Something is Going to Drop at
BODWELL'S NEW SHOE STORE
95 Siato Street,
ocontcmplntenclumge of business soon, nnd w 111 thercfoie make Sweeping lte
ductlons lii eci tuln line ol Hoots nnd .Shoes In 01 dor to reduceour stock to a minimum.
V c iwiint Moncj I 1 oil need Hoots mid Shoes. Come nnd OMimlno Roods and prices
and see irit w 111 not i.iy you to lay In one or two years supply at the prices we oiler
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES !
A child can buy nschpapnsnniaiOU our store. Wo mean business, nnd If you cnr
shoes look us up. YOUHS FOlt "KOLD KOIN;" .
BAILEY F BOD WELL,
Success in Business requires preparation ! Therefore, thoroughly master
Commercial Arithmetic, Business Penmanship and Business Correspon
dence, Book-keeping by borh Single and Double .Entry, the natuie and
correct titc of Comnieicial Papers, Commercial Law and Business practice.
Learn, also, Shorthand and Typc-wrltlng, Manifold, and Dictation work.
All these aro needed in business, and arc thoroughly taught by exper
ienced teachers at the SALEM BUSINESS COLLEGE
Griswold's Block, Salem, Oregon.
O O . T ,. S
ff"" O. E S
WM. BROWN & CO.
Leather and Findings
CASH PaID fob
Wools, Hides, I'clt? ami Fur;
231 Commercial St. Salem, Or,
VS . . Tfo P - -J0?&UUf
THE BEST STOCK OE STOVES
- " IN THE CITY IS, AT ,
R. M.'WADE &' GO'S
V 282 to 286 Cpmmorcial Street, SALEM: j . a
Boys anql Girls.
The ' soliiHil will own on the 2ltb
of September. IhoroUKlt lntrue-
tHiu In the primary ami
LATIN AND ELEMLXTS OF MISIC
TlJUMSaniinirllH'rtnlhrinRiioii in i. be
1'iul mi npplluntliin lo
ki:v. v. ii. ro-T,
Cor. Ulioinokclti mid state Ms.
CONSERVATORY OF Ml'SlC ! ,
Jtost smcuwfttl School of mu-le on the
noitliw est coast. About
150 STUDENTS LAST YEAH.
Pluno, Orparx SSlnRlnc, Violin,
Hurmony, unci Coutlter-
lllulomns on eomDletlon ol enurso.
Tcncliois.; 7,. .M. l'nrvln, rmnkio 1'.
Jones, KvnCox. AsMstnnt.I.ulu.M. Smith.
l-'lrst term begins Mommy, Sepli inner
Sd, lSsS. Send for catalogue. For lull her
Z. M. PAKVIN,
Musical Director, baleiu, Or.
Trucks and Drays.
MORGAN & MEAD
Aro now piolded with lino now drays
and tiucksandaropieparod lo do all busi
ness In that lino In tho bp-tof shape. ,
They glo their personal MipeiiMon lo
allwoik. Uoi nor Stale and I'oumicieial
Cliailcr Oak Slovw,
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Mm a Cwflfilrle Stck T Hardware id Farm iiafliimry, Wagtw siri fsirii
Ono hundred acres of extin clear land, line
for dlvldini! up Into small tracts, Is only
thicu louiths of a milo 1'ioni Siileni post
THOMAS A l'AYNll.
JOS. AIjHEUT. Agent,
Family Groceries Provisions, Fiuils Hie,,
Commrclul Stroot, Stilani, Or
C'oun.iy pioduceof all kinds nlwtiyH on
hand. If jou havonot tiadqd wllh mu lo
loie, I respectfully Millclt n tilal btllcMiiu
I can suit you both In pi lias and quality.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Illacksmllh anil Wniton innkcr, John
Knight Is now Iu 1 ) j outaiiliahcd at hU new
limners on l.lbcity Stfeet. Ho iihes all
the now mothods In his art and makes u
sptclalty of dlscanw of hoi-so's feet.
lM-nnk I.yin h has chaiicu ol tho wiikoii
department and does a Ktmoial icp.ihlm;
buslnosK. TlipHd KOiitlemcn mo loo well
nnown for us lotiy and inemnmoud them
Mr. Knight has bnen liero for 1ioi1im
$50. IipRSES, $50.
Ono hundred hoail of blood nuiieH anil
joung hoisen for wile. lorty or lltly
coltH uxpecUd in tho spunc Two linn
horses, Clyde and l'oi'mcon Htouk, weight
sixteen nnd seventeen hundred: lt,io been
with tho band for the imKt tlueo reun).
Original stock fioiri the best (juallty ut
mares. Kor particular addrosj nrceo
V. It. 1IYAKS,
wit. Salem, Or.
ORECONIAN RAILWAY CO.
CHAS. X SCOTT, - - Itfielvpr.
On and nfter Feb. 18 ISttUnd until further
notico tniliiM will run daily (ujtcept Hun
day) as follews:
STATION. Tow'rd I'oi t
l.v.lluam l-oitTi.AMi ! v Ar. I.KXinu,
Ar. I0.U) KcMitor.rfrfVni.Mt'
lv. 8.16 pin lluy'u Uindlns, IAf IM
2.M Ht. Paul's, l l!l7
rTlekMa t ItMKU
m Miawi uuuUmm lwrm
rviinn-iUiii at Hay'a
lauding wlih kinw "Cltyaf
ii ". 3. nwnT.
Uweral (iffl. N W I or. K:ri and
1.1 II.I.lsN.,i ,M vi,i ,
M I., t HAMlll'.llMN.
b n c
Ileal ' Eslaif and I nsu ranrc kills.
h Boy anil Sell Ileal Estate, Kcgolialc Loans
Transact a General Agency Business.
OPERA HOUSE, Court Street,
AVo lmvo on our list ti great variety of very ilcalrablo property for
.sale, tuitl as our business Is not altogether confined lb Real ISslnto tiaus
autions, wo aro ablo to furnish purchasers llicaO bargains without claiming
Our long residence In tills Country and familiarity with its condition
and peculiarities render us competent judges of wlioio tho best lands aro
to bo found and purclines made.
Wo have faith in Oregon of its future greatness; and especially tills
fcectlon of the WlILunettco Valley. Tho man who IuvpdIb Iiuro In real
properly runs no risks, it will lm more prolltable than banl; stooks. Our
soil iindclimato arc not o.xcolled, and people- nrollndiuif It out. Now is
tho llmo to buy.
Wo tuo situated hi thai nartlos niiiUlnirJlnvestnionls, if desired can
seeuio loans on tho most icasonnblo terms.
Tho following partial list will show. somo of tlie proDerties
we aro ollcring for sale.
100 aeies, 0J miles south of Salem, all under feneo now barn mid fair
house small orchard road by the place. Payment down, balance on
time at 8 percent. Price 15,00(1.
102 acres, 5 miles soutbwost from derails, good house and barn w'itb
oiebard OUacics undorplow. l,r00 do n, balauoo on time. I'lico
$-l".fi0 per acre.
107 acres, -1 miles north of Salem, iniprovemoiilH llrsl-cliiss- ,".20 acres un
der plow plenty of slock water and range. Will divide land. $10
per acre for Improved part.
1G0 acres, 7 miles east of Salem 80 acres in cultivation fit) in past mo
lest in young limber all under lenee iiinnlng water good., house
bain uranary oi chard sell stock if wanted. $27 per acre.
2().'i aoios, 12 miles northwest of Salem on lino between I 'oik and Yam
hill counties excellent land and good neighborhood all under lence
partsunimcr-li.llowed. l'arl piyment dowji, balance on time. $20
.'120 acies, 1!1 miles east of Balem, all fenced 2 go.al houses fair barn-
good oicliaril several spnngs on uie pntee goiai limns in waiein. ,
II).) aeies, 7 miles oust ofSalom well 'tutored with barn and oieliaid.
Tho land Is Ilnoly hiluntod and oan bo divided into two places tho
toad running on two skies ono-hulf mile from railroad. $2.1 'per
200 acres, 12 miles oasl of I Salem excellent improvement nil li
vatloi well watered mid ilnoly situated. yy per tturo.
8fi iieren ) acres In glowing uritln fair Iioiicu anil lmrn I aores
moadow fine j oiingoielmnl one-hall mllo Irani l O. crop goon
withplHce. 1'osscbsiou given at sale. I'rico-lOO.
0 nrie, adjoining oust Kaleni villi hotiiw barn and orchnid can bo
divided iulo il-2 ttcro lots lacing town has a delightful view will
lie worth double pieseul price s mhi. $.-1,000.
8r0 Heron, lo miles from Salem .'100 acres In cultivation two Iiouhch and
liyrns with irchurd plenty oriiuinlnjj water no lMtlerhtoek and
tanning land hi Marlon couiilv mII fenced Ih divided iuUi many
lleltU and pastures, A bargain for some one. Half down, balance on
limp to milt. $15 per acre.
075 ticreg, 8 miles from Balem all under fence ITiOartrea at one time un
der plow Hue iutuio land khuI along ono side can lw divided to
wilt puivliMMir. One-half down, balance on longtime. $17 pur acre.
00 aore, 8 miles from Kilem 1 wit In orchard I in garden CO uiidi r
plow balance goMl pasture gwHl Ikiiiimj and barn. A ohanco for
some ono wanting garden pr.iiierl.v. $8,OQ0.
Store nnd ltekof nu'rohandlse with warehouse worlli $0003 aim ivaideiice
Ifd(wire4l, ltuuleil on O. A 0. It. It,, gitotl location for biisinoss no
better grain secllon In the WlllMinutUi valley.
Good lioitM with oue-littlf acre of laud, In North K.1U111 near sli-eet oar
line when extended If sold noon. $800,
Half blvk Koitt Huleiii," on mill oreek wltli good Iioums and bun.
Plenty of fruit $im
Wf offer for the flml lliae-about 30 loU Iu A. K. WulterV addillon to
Srtloiu, lautfing In tuloi' fnnii $250 lo $500. The location Is Hue, uiMin
the ItlglieMtgroiiiiif In Hwt S.deiu, over-lixiklug the entlro city wiiil Iu
pluln view oj ull theritate JlullillngM, with the Count uud Caneadd
HounUiiu In the cliutuace, while Mtill (outwitl loom up.thieeever
Uoiting miiow ptnUs,
Prompt Attention Given to All Inquiries
WILLIS & CHAMBKlililN:
ohkita' h0uhk block, court st.,
Salem,-'' : : Oregon,
TM YA0UINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
And Oregon Development company's
atenmnlilii line. 'MU mllett shorter, 4Ai liours
lesKtlliicuiHii by any othei louto. First
eliiiw tlimngb immonccr nnd frelebt lino
from Port linid nnd nil olntH in thoWll
lamctte vallPv to nnd from San Francisco
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundnys):
lMpAllmti ........ 1:00 Pit
Vrrivo Yniulnn fi:R01'M
l.eiio niiulnH - ...... .fi:lAM
l.fno Cmvnllls ....... loan AM
nlu Allmny ....... imoABI
i. A C. tnilns connect nt Albany nnd
j The above train connect nt YAQUINA
1 lth tltn Ointron l)ecloiiment Coi Lino
it stin-.ililps between nqulnn nnd 8nn
I . IMHW, FIIOM8VN FHANCISCO
1 w ill iincttc Valley, Thursday Dee .
w III mu He Valley Monday " 17.
W l'l iiiii-ite Vtillev Hundny " so.
Tl VMK1I8. FltOM YAQUINA.
Ii mu tie Valley Wednesday Dec.12
u llimietto Valley Monday
'IhU coinimm riertw tho right to
h nitre sailing dates Ithout notice.
.. II. riNscnirersItom Portland nnd nil
illainptle Valley points can make close
iimiuvtloii Mllh tho trains of the
MIl'INA H(lUTi:at Albany orCorvnllla.
mil u de-itlned to San Francisco, sbould
niiaiiKitonirlont Yaqulna tho evening
liefoie date of sailing.
l'lsM-itjrcr ninl I'lt-leht Kates Alwnts tkf
Lowest. For Information apply to Messrs
III'I.MAN' & Co., Frclsht nnd Ticket
Agents iXX) and IMS Front St., Portland. Or.
CO. 1IOOUK, Ae't flen'l Frt. A
1'ass. Agt., Oregon Paclllell. It. Co..
O 11. HASWKMi,Jr.Gen'l Frt; &
Pass. Agt. Oiegon Dovclopmcnt
Co., 301 Montgomery St.;
San Francisco, Cal'
TI.Mi: TAIIIjI: I51VKK DIVISION.
'lhcelegantly equipped steamboats. Wm
M. llivig, Capt. (ieo. ltaabe; tho N. 8.
Ilentley, dipt. .r.JP. Coulter; tho Three
Msten, Capt. W. P. Short; mo In service
loi p.is-.cngcr and fielght tnillle lictwcen
Conalltsand Portland and Intermedins
pnlnts, iiuiklug time lound tilpH each
Meek as follews:
NOllTll HOUND (.eaves Corallls Mou
day, Wednesday and 1'ildny at 8 a. m.
Ai rives at Salem Monday, Wednesday and
Fi Idny at :l p. in. I.ein tw Salem Tuesday,
Thiu-sday and !-aturdav nt tin. in. Arrives
at ln t In ndTuuMlnj, Thursday anil Satur
day st it'll) p. m.
-OlT'llI IlOUND Leaves Portland Mon.
4I11.V, Widnesda and I'lldnv nt (I a. 111.
rti 1 1 es at Salem Monday, Wednesdny anil
I'lldnv at 7:1." p. m, Leaves halem Tues.
tiny, '1 bin sdn and Hatiudny at (I a. m.
AnlM-s nt CoimiUIs Tuesday, Th'irsday
sntuiiluy ut :i.,lOi. in.
1'ni' Height and passenger rates apply to
the captains and pm-si l-softho icspccllvo
bouts, or to W. AI. Dulling, agent, 'JOi) unit
StUI'innt stuet. Pmtlnud; Ullbert llros.
aaents.Salein; I. M. Adair, agent, Albany
C A. Miller, agent, CoimiUIs; or to the gen
end lielglit and passenger agent. Corvmlls.
O. ,. C. tialus connect ut Albany and
C W. r.OWT.N, Superintendent.
Wm. IIOAM, (leneiul Mnnager.
Soullrci'ii Pacific Company's Line.
TIIR MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE.
lime liitui'Cii Snli'in anil S.i;i Finni'luin
CAI.II (lUMA nxl'llliHS TUAIN ltU.V 1IAII.1
in.iwi on roim.Afii ANiiM. r.
l:Wp. in. I Lv." Poitliiuil Ar. 10:15 n. in.
11.11 p. ill. I Lv. Salem L. 7:5.1 n. 111.
7,M"ia. 111. Ar. Sail Fmn. l.v. 7jU)p, 111.
lioil.ri." l1AH8llStJKinilAls"-( DAILY K.
8(X) a, 111.
11:10 a. m
ii, 10 p. Ill
Hv. Poitlimd Ar. I n.-I" p. 111.
Lv Milium Lv. ( Uffi! p. in.
Ar. Kugfiio Lv. I'.OI ii. 111
ULLMAN IIUFFET SLEEPERS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For nucoiiiiiiodiitioii 01 hicond clnss
piissrugi'iii atliii hud lo cpro h tmlus,
'IheH. p. eoiiii';y's ierry inakt's con
nectloii Mlt' ail tlin li'Riilai tmnm 011 th
I'jic isiliio Division liom lootol F stico
Vcst Siilo Division, Between Portland
IIUIA (liXt'HIT Hl'XHA).
7:) 11. 111. 1 1.T.-PiiTtlmid Ar. (:20 p. 111.
Ilfcaip. m. Ar. CorvallU Lv. lflJ11.n1.
A l.fIfT ny uud Corvtilllx isinnect iTTu
iiullisnl Oiegon Pnclllii HalliiHid.
'lhi'iiugh tlcki'tMto all polnu south and
east In Cnliloi uia
I.MMIKHH rilMW (IIAII.Y liXCKITBUNDAY.)
liM p. 111. I Lvr'l'oillaiid Xf. ifcOOnTnT.
HOO p. 111. 1 Ar.McJIUinvllloLv. li: Ui 11. in.
To nil lsili t
MOUTH iintl KAST
For lull iiilormiittoii refHrding mtiw,
inupA, uui.,niiply tu thu (Jomismy's nguut,
K. P. UOdlTlUS, Asst. (, F. and Paw. Ag't,
ft. KOKllLKU. Mnnager.
iiinmu nun in
Columbia River Route.'
lrulus for tin eMt lluo I'ortlaml at7:i5
1 in Hint 8 p hi dully. Tie tt to and from
prlucliwl jiolnu In tin UnltiKlStHtHH.Ciic
mlu nnd Kum H).
ELECANT fULHANN PAL'.C CARS
KiHlgrunt Bliwpliie Ohm run 1urniiffs,ion
M.XH tu Ins to
ninl sr. vavi
Frf of Charge aiuM it ou Cliaugo.
ConitaotkMWHt 1'iKttend ftirSun Fran
(Hitoo autl l"wtt Hwiiid ilnts.
For lurtUer njirtlaulani Inaulre or I. A.
Vtunlit(t. uvttt of tlM oumimiiy, H
OotniunrvUu iitraet, alen uiwon, 01
A. U MmwcII, Q. P. & T. Frtknd
A, U MAXWEU, a. 1. 'i' A
H. HOLCOMB Ut.nil M(,B8gr,