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Sprtnoifctte C. C. Deirnmn.
Jlraysliek Charles Whoelor.
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Agent at their placti.
Hen. Jehn 1. McCartney, Itepubllcan candl
dMb for Congress, will speak ut the following
plates nnd times:
Petersvllle, Saturday. November 5th.
Uurtenville. at night. Saturday. Novem
Flemlngsuurg, at night, Monday, Novem
Hen. Themas II. Paynter, Democratic can
didate. Is respectfully Invited te be present
and a proper division of tlme will be accorded.
Hen. William A. Byren, Republican can
, dMate for Commonwealth Attorney, will
address the citizens of Lewis county as
Petorsvllle, Saturday. November 5th, at 1
Everybody, and especially ladles. Invited te
attend the meetings.
CANT BE " INFLUENCED."
Themas Qantley, a High-minded Irishman,
Cannet be Bought With Official I'ositien.
Te Wham it 3lav Cencern: The position of
"Vice-President of the Democratic Club at
Hclena was unsolicited byme, nnd will In
nowlse affect my vote. I shall cast my ballet
for Cochran and Byren, the Stngle X Demo
cratic Club of Helena te the contrary not
withstanding. Themas Gastlev.
Andrew Cochran has been getting In seme
geed work the past few days.
Tem Warren, colored. Is building a new
heuse and still there's toem for mere.
Miss Jante Meran of the Bettem spent the
day Thursday with Mrs. J. W. Stcpheus.
Jehn Schott and Miss Sue Urlttnln talk of
leaving for their home at Flut Creek next
Elder C. S. Lucas of Maysvllle preached at
the Christian Church last Wednesday night.
Everybedy pleased with him.
The work of painting the schoelhouso com
menced In earnest last Thursday evening.
Tem Stephens, Ed Burnett and William Leon Leen
ard gave it the priming coat.
Tbe meeting ut the Christian Church still
sees en. Up te Thursday night there were
two additions and ene renewed his vows te
the church. Brether Degnian preached ene
of his favorlte sermons te u geed congrega
tion en Thursday night. The prospect for a
geed meeting is very encouraging at this
On Wednesday morning as Dr. Ceburn of
Gcrmantewn was passing the Postefllco driv
ing a high spirited horse there came very
near being a bad accident. The horse, without
giving the slightest warning te the Docter,
kicked with all bis might with both feet,
barely missing the facoef a young lady who
was riding In the buggy, und striking the Doc Dec Doc
eor en the right arm rendering It useless for
the tlme. But by the timely aid of seme
friends the harness which was broken In sev
eral places was putehed up and they went en
their way thankful that It was no worse.
The pelice think they have a clew te
the murderer of Charles R. Barrett who
was found dead in the Ashland Park a
few days age.
"Loek Ilefere Yeu Leai,"
Select the best place te buy Guns,
Leadcdand Empty Shells, Primers, Wads,
Caps, Shet, Hunting Ueats, Cartridge
Vests', (something new.) Belts, DuPents
Powder and a full line of Leading Imple
ments. Yeu will find all of the above at
the Frank Owens Hardware Ce., Tery
cheap. They will satisfy you if you will
cell en them.
h- Herb is a specimen from a Tcnnessce
Mulhatten: "Perry county has a phe
nomenon in Miss Addle Polk, a girl 0
yenrs old. Bhe is gifted with the power
te heal the sick, make the blind see, the
-rdcaf hear and the lame walk, merely by
the laying en of hands. The people are
"V flecking te her by the hundreds and many
miraculous cures are reported. Jehn
,Wane was paralyzed for twenty years and
new walks. Jehn Masen was blind Eevcn
. years and new sees. Other cures equally
startling are daily occurring. Bhe re
Frem Danville,-111., Mrs. H. J. Nabers
writes: "I have iTeen using your reme
dies for scrofula and am greatly benefltcd.
My back was almost one solid sere. Twe
. boxes of Dr. Hale's Household Ointment
'healed It entirely."
Frem Oliva Hill, Ky., lite. M. J. Mat-
oey writes May ICth, 1802: " My daugh
ter has been afllictcd with erysipelas in
bcr oyee from infancy. Bhe is new pest
v. 12 yeara old and ene 25 cent box has
sM1tnt1 ftAi " ft firtafa tin mswa In 4ltn
best. This Is the best ointment In the
'.world for general ue. Get a box at
Fevfer Sc .Reynolds's drugstore.
. -. , Tilis
r -- m i -
KESTVCKY WBATUKlt IMPORT.
miat We Stay Expect Jtettcren This Time
and To-Merrow EcchIhu,
THE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIONALS.
H1)tte streamer rAiu; Illue kAin or bnew;
With Black above 'twill vtahmeh grew.
If Ulack't DENEATII COLDKI"tWlll 1)0
Unless Olaek't shown no change we'll sce.
pyThe above forecasts are made for a
period of thirty-six hours, ending at 8 o'clock
judge ir. . jwlt.
lie Is alt Might V te Date, ami Don't Vmi
Hen. Matt O'Doherty has returned
te Louisville after a tour through the
state and has been interviewed by The
Louisville Commercial, He said:
"In leturning from Virginia I stepped
at Ashland, Ky., which is in the District
in which Judge Helt is a candldate for
ro-clectien as Judge of tlrtCeurt of Ap
peals en the Republican" ticket. He is
certain te be elected. He will poll the
unanimous Republican vote and will get
one-half et the Democratic vote. His
career en the bench, combined with his
conceded- ability and integrity, have
made him invincible. Mr. Cochran, the
Republican candidate for the Circuit
Judgeship, is also a sure winner. He is
equally popular with Democrats and Re
publicans. The same can be said of
young Mr. Byren, who is running for
Commonwealth's Attorney. The Con
gressional candidate Mr. McCartney,- has
made a splendid canvass, and I consider
his election very probable, although his
District has been heretofore largely
"At Maysville I spoke te a crowded
house, which shows that the Republicans
Frem The Daily Reveille, Whatcom,
Wash.: "T. C. Burnett, the Democratic
candidate for Sheriff, was taken violently
ill at Clcarbroek. He had all the symp
toms of Asiatic cholera, and for an hour
or two it was feared he would die. They
fina'ly gave him a dose of Chamberlaiu's
Celic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy,
which revived him until a physician ar
rived." That is precisely what the manu
facturers of that medicine recommend for
cholera. Send for a physician but give
their medicine until the physician ar
rives. If cholera becomes prevalent in
this country next summer this prepara
tion will be in great demand because it
cau always be depended upon. Fer sale
by Power & Reynelds, Druggists.
Fiue and Accident Ins. W. R. Warder.
EDMI8T0N & KINNEMAN, Mgn.
MONDAY, NOV. 7th
Supported by Miss Adelald Fitzallen and n se
lect company of players In his great perform
With special sconery and costumes. Seats
new en snle at Nelsen's. Prices! First four
rows In parquettl: restef parquet 75 cents;
dress clrcle GO cents; Balcony CO cents; Gal Gal
lery - cents.
WHETE, JUDD & CO.
Are stilt In the
At Ne. 42 W, Second Street.
FOE SALE. '
I have three improved farms,
four miles from Millersburg,
that must be sold te settle Mrs.
Hannah Sandusky's Estate.
The land is excellent.
J. B. SANDUSKY,
HN0KAKD, KY. AilmlRlstrater.
"Tn fflirtnrtnt AavcrtUementtwuler
ISO VUlTyG Vie heading of "Help
Wanted," " Let," " Found," Ac., e an accepta
ble nature, ami net te exceed three lines, en thU
page, are FREE te all.
tSfSe DuMnet AdctrtUcmcntt tnstrted irttJi irttJi
If answers fan te tttme theflrtt time, we invite
at many reixtUUmt as ar necessary te itcnre
tchai you adverttefer. We wish the advertiser
tefctl that they art net imputing en us by wing
our free column.
Advcrtisemcntt can be left at our office or tent
through the mail te
THE VVliLW LEDGER COMPANY.
Ne. 10 E. Third Street.
WANTED-Palne's Second Velume of Lit
erature nnd Beys' King Arthur re
turned. W. D. HIXSON.
WANTED Twe stripper boys.
OUT & THOMAS.
LOST. STHAYED OH STOLEN-Frem my
stnble en the night of October 31st, a buy
Herso, two whlte hind feet, wlilte face, live
years old. A liberal reward will be paid for
his return te H. V. DKYDEN, Fifth Ward.
W7ANTED-A small Platform Scale. Ap-
ply te BRIQHTMAN UHOTHEUS, at
Adams Express offlce.
WANTED A geed girl te de general heuse
work. J. H. HOWLAND, Principal High
Apply te DBS.
T STUODK & SAM
WANTED The thief who stelo Gcerge N.
Crawlerd's Wheelbarrow te return
WANTED Blacksmiths must be n geed
herse sheer. Steady Jeb nnd geed pay
te right man. Fit AN K DUNCAN. Sardls. Ky.
WANTED Ladles te knew that Mrs. Hlse
of the Sixth Ward weaves carpet at Ne.
1213 Ferest avenue.
WANTED An Upright Piane In geed con
dltlen te rent. Annlv without delay at
the Convent In this city.
work. Apply t(
girl te de general heuse
ply teMHS. JOHN M. HAINS,
132 West Second street.
WANTED Ladles te knew that Miss Eva
DcAtley Is carrying en a Dressmaking
establishment in the Sixth Ward, and would
like te have them call.
FOB SALE A square Base Burner Stevo,
will sell cheap. W. H. FUEDE1UCK,
I7IO It SALE OU BENT-The dolrnble rcsi
- dence of Bev. II. W. Mcbane, East Fourth
street. Fer terms apply te Bev. II. W. Mc
bane or M. C. HUTCHINS. Masonic Temple.
FOB SALE Second-hand safe, wardrebe
und efllcc desk. Apply te G. W. GEISEL,
FOB BENT OB SALE My resldenee below
town known as "Blvorside." If rented,
can have use of herse and two cows. Apply
at once te A. J. McDOUQLE or H. C. Mo Me
OB SALE OB TBADE A geed herse and
Jersey milch cow. S. PANOIJUUN, M.I).
FOB BENT Adamsen heuse en West Sec
ond streeu Apply te W. D. COCHBAN.
FOB BENT A small eottage en Walnut
street. Fifth Ward. Apply te MISS JEN
FOR BENT Modern Cottage en Commerco
street. Fifth Ward. Fer tonus, &c, apply
at Adams' Express Olllce.
LOST A Leg Chain from my wagon bo be
twecu M. C. Bussell's and my home en
West Second street. Sultable reward for re
turn of same. JAMES HASSON. Sr.
LOST Betwecn the Posteftieo and West
End. a bunch of 5 Keys. Please return
te this olllce.
LOST A silver Clasp marked
Plcasn return te this olllce.
M. M. F.
LOST A pair of geld Spcctacles Sunday
morning cither In Courtheusoor en Third
street between Court nnd Plum. He turn te
Mrs. M. G. Clarke, 203 East Third street, and
LOST A pair of geld rimmed Nesc-glasscs
In street car or at ceniotery. Sultable
reward for their return te M. 0. RUSSELL.
LOST Child's Breastpin en Ferest a,enue,
en Columbus Day. Return MRS. JOHN
LOST On October 22d, between lce factory
nnd tellgatc en Maysvllle and Lexington
Pike, Pocket-book containing fl:!. Sultable
reward If returned te this efllcc.
1 OST A lady's silk Handkerchief.
j- nicase loave at iirs,
Kate Ulerlcy s and
LOST Ml 70 at Mt. Olivet October 17th.
Finder return same te this olllce and be
LOST A leather Deg Cellar, with Tag Ne. Si
and name of Q. A. Menus attached. The
tinder will please leave with Q. A. MEANS.
111 will be found ou the
f duriug the building1 of their new W
a Call and See Them.
Te Article Oue of Articles Incorportt Incerportt Incorpertt
thiff the Oakwoeu Distillery Ce.
Aiitici.e te amend Artlcle I of Articles or In
corporation of Oakwood Dlstlllery Company,
of Maysvllle, Masen county, Kentucky, re
corded In Deed Reek Ne. Rl, page 443.
He It known te all whom It may concern,
that at u meeting of the stockholders of the
Oakwood Dlstlllery Company, Maysvllle,
held at Its olllce in Maysvllle, Kentucky.
Friday, June Hd, 1HIC, It was agroed
that the cornerato name of said
be changed from Oakwood Dlstlllerv
nanv te Pevntz Ilrothers Cemnanr.
that horeafter the business of said cernnn.
tlen be conducted under the corporate name
of Poyntz Ilrothers Company. And It was
further agroed at said meeting that Hen II.
Poyntz, Secretary nnd Treasurer of said
Oakwood Distillery Company.be and he was au
thorized te make proper acknowledgmont of
said change of name bofero the Clerk of Ma Ma
eon County Court, and cause same te be pub
lished and recorded as required by law.
HEN II. POYNTZ,
See. and Treat, of Oakwood DMUlery Ce,
flTATK or KKNTUCKIC, I c,i
I, T. M. Poareo, Clerk of the County Court
for the county and state aforesaid, de certify
that the fore,
this dav rn
re going instrument or wrjung was
reduced te me In said county and
acknowledged bofero me by Den II. Poyntz, a
a party thereto, te be hit act und doed, and
ledged for record, whereupen the same, to
gether with this certlflcatq, bath been duly
admitted te record In rny office.
uiven under ray band this iw nay of June,
T. M. PKAHK. Clerk.
I BALLEMEBpkinends I
I (Silverware &
A J4 '. -ii"t'-i"'-i'i "-"-"-"'--- ""-""-"ti-iiiyIiit)ti i"ify"in')tril'nrirtiiTTtnjm.-L
We arc showing' the largest and handsomest line ever carried by
us, and in styles that cannot be found e'lsewhere. Our garments are
unsurpassed In fit, finish aud material. Our prices for first-class
goals will be found very low. Remember, we sell an elegaut
p. J. MURPHY,
SUCCESSOR TO UOl'PEB & MURPHY.
THOMAS J. CHEN0WETH,
FOIl ATrELt.ATE judek.
We are authorized te aoneunco Judge W. H.
HOLT us a candidate for re-election as Judire
of the Court of Appeuls nt the November
rOIl CIHCUIT JUDOK.
We nre authorized te anneunce A. M. J.
COCHRAN nsacandldate ferCircult Judge of
the Nlnotcenth Judicial District nt the No
vember election, 1W-'.
We are authorized te anneunce J. C. JEF
FERSON as the Domecratlo candldate for
Sheriff of Masen county at the olcctlen te be
held Tuesday, November 8th 1892.
We nre authorized te anneunce E. E.
PKAHCE, Jr.. as a candldate for ro-eleclion te
the olllce or Mayer atthe ensuing election for
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
We are authorized te anneunce M. E. SIo SIe
KELLDI as a candldate for City Mursual at
tbe ensuing January election.
We are outuerlzod te announce E. W. FITZ
GERALD lis a candldate for Marshal at the
ensuing city election.
We nre authorized te announce JOHN W.
ALEXANDER as a candldate for City Marshal
at the ensuing January election.
We nre authorized te announce JOHN V.
DAY ns u candldate for City Marshal at the
ensuing Jauuary election.
We are authorized te anneunce JAMES
REDMOND as a candldate for City Marshal at
the ensuing January election.
FOIl CITY CLEIIK.
We are authorized te anneunce HARRY C
McDOUGLE as a candldate for City Clerk at
the ensuing January election.
We nre authorized te anneunce MARTIN A.
O'HAREns a candldate ter reflection te the
oflice of City Clerk at the ensuing cltyoloo cltyeloo cltyoleo
tion. Fen assesseii.
We nre authorized te anneunce CHARLES
D. SHEPARD us a candldate for City Assessor
at the euBUlng city election.
We nre authorized te anneunce F. W.
HAUElt as a candldate for City Assessor at
the ensuing city election.
FOIt COI.I.ECTOH AND TflEASUKER.
We are authorized te anneunce It. A. COCH
RAN, Jr., ns a candidate for the olllce of
Collocter and Treasurer at the ensuing city
We nre authorized te anneunce JAMES W.
FITZGERALD us a candldate for Collocter
and Treasurer at the ensuing city election.
We nre authorized te announeo HORATIO
FICKLIN for Collector aud Treasurer at the
ensuing city election.
We nre authorized te anneunce JOHN T.
MARTIN us a candldate for Councilman from
the Fourth Ward.
We are authorized te anneunce C. W, WAR
DLE as a candldate for Councilman from the
AND CEMETERY WORK,
In OranUe and Marble.
M. E. GILM0EE,
108 W. Skcend Htiikkt, MAYSVILLE. ICY.
Frent and Mala Streets,
Cel. WILLIAM OUT,
NEWLY H'KMSHKDl KVIWTI(IXG FIKST-CUSH.
AT $5 00, $7 50 AND $10 00.
BROWNING & CO.
Repairing of all Kinds
NEW YORK FAD
Is the combination Poeket and Cnrd Case,
each of the books having pretty sterling sll vor
ornaments en Its sides, with monogram In the
conter. Husbands, present your wives with
ene et these books
Fer a . . .
Mnde In Seal, Alligator, Uzurd.and all the
pretty Tints, which nre se lushlonnble. Prlce
cemplete (8. Call and see samples. Heeks,
Stationery, Wallpaper. Window Shades, Toys
and Fancy Goods.
J. T. Eacldey & Ce.
T. H. N. smith, DENTIST !
The latent Lecal Analhttlts for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping your tceth and gums In erder
use Supenln, host teeth wash known te the
world. Olllce. Second stroet.
COCHRAN & SONS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ItOJIT. A. COCHRAN,
A. V. J. COOIIKAN,
WM, D. COCIIKAN.
Small, the Tailor
CAN DE FOUND AT HI8
Ne. HO Market Street,
Oppealte Centra! Hetel.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Ex-rOHldent Burgeon (loed Samaritan Hospital,
Ki-actlng Buperlntendent Leugvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OfBce raid Ifewldrueei
Third Street, one Doer Wat of Market.
J. J. MTZGEEALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
41 West Second Street,
Jewel Gas StevM. MAYSVILLE, KY.
w.n.wADeweimi, en. I w. it. wadswehtii, jii.
WADSWORTH 4 SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
The general practice et Law.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
BRICK MASONS AND CONTKACTOESl
Estimates made en all classes of Werk.
Leck Bex 4,17. MAYSVILLE, KY.
C. W. WAItDLE,
Zwelgart's Bleck, Becead gad Hattea Streets
Teeth Kx traded UUeOM. Ah.
h Kxtractvd Uk Ou,
JOBl'KINTINO neatly and quickly executed
at The I'uhlle Ludjrer Jeb Hoeua.
OINCINKATI DIVISION CIIESAPBAKB AKD OHIO.
Ke. t-....9:W a, m-
' 1 Trt la 4.1A ,1. m
Ne. 4.1.6.-09 p. m
Ne. I...e:a ft. m
I Ne. 17..10:15 a. m
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
Nes. 10 and SO nre the MnysvlUe accommoda
tion, and Nes. 17 and IB the Huntington accom
modation. Nes. 1 and nre the fust express
and Nes. a and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is n solid train with through
dining enr and Pullman sloepors te Washing
ton, Ilaltlmore, Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Through Pullman sleoper te Hiohmend, Va.,
and Old Point Comfert. Ne. t Is n solid train
with Pullman sloepor te Washington, making
all Rustem nud Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains are dally oxcept
Sunday; the rest are dally.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
Leavo Maysville b
5:30 a. m. for Paris, Le?
Ington, Clnelnnatl.lt h-
mend. Stanford. Liv
ingsten, Jolllce, Mlddlesboreugh, Cumberland
Oap, Frankfort. Loulsvllle and points en N.
N. and M. V., Eastern Division.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:45 p. m. for Paris, Cin
cinnati, Loxluuten, Winchester, Rlohmend
and points ou N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divis
Arrlve nt Majsvllle at 10.00 a. m. and 8:4
All trains daily oxcept Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme.
DIRECT ROUTE WEST
The Ohie and Mltttettp
Is the short line be
tweon Clnelnnatl and
8t. Leuis, and all of Its
trains run through solid
te St. Leuis. Ne transferring of bag if age or
of passengers who travel en O. and M. trains.
Less than ten hours Is our tlme te St. Leuis,
whero our trains make connection In the
Union Depet with trains of all lines for the
West, Southwest and Northwest.
The Ohie nnd Mississippi Hallway Is tbe dl
root nnd fast line te Louisville.
The Ohie and Mississippi Railway gives spe
cial attention te colonists going West, cither
single or in parues. unr agents are pre
pared nt all tlmes te furnish Information as te
rates and routes te peluts West, and when
passongers nre ready te start w'jl secure thelr
tickets at lewest rates and attend te check
ing baggnge through te destination.
Fer tickets via O. and M. Railway nnd
further Information call en agents of connect
ing lines or address C.W.PARIS,
Ccntml Passenger Agent O. and M. Rail
way, 48 West Fourth Street. Cincinnati; O. -
A First-class Line of
Found lu a Drug Stere.
P0WEE & EEYN0LDS.
M PURE DRUGS!
Paints and Oils, Best Brushes,
Finest Soaps und Perfumes, the
Choicest Assortment of Fancy
Goods, Greatest Variety of Lamps
All for snle by
J. JAMES WOOD,
DRUGGIST, Maysvllle Ky.
Prescriptions at all hours prepared with
care aud accuracy by William C. Weed,
There is nothing
mero dangerous, ana
nothing mero certain
te bring en disease
than irapuru water:
is at elir very deer
you can provent it
from, this source ef
fectually and perma
nently if you use a
It is germ proof. Fer sale by,
S. B. OLDHAM, Sele Agent.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen Qrover.CalvortC. Arthur,
Rdward F. Horuden, Henry A. Rees, H. W,
ltees and William Munley have become In
corporated by virtue of the previsions of the
G cnorel Statutes of Kentucky under the name
of Shannen and Fermiin Chapel Turnpike
Company, and the prlnelpal place of transact
ing business Is at the resldenee of Jehn 11.
Hernden, Esq., Masen county, Ky.
Second The nature of the business pro
posed te be transacted Is the construction,
maintenance and operation of a turnplke
read from the Sardls Turnpike Itead near the
forks or Shannen oreok te Flemlng county
line near Forrenn's Chapel, a dlstanoe of
about two aud a half iniles.
Third The capital stoek of said corpora
tion Is six thousand dollars, In shares of
twenty-!) ve dollars each, the prlvate stock te be
paid in upon call of the Directors, aud the
stoek of Masen county In aoeordanoowltb ro re ro
(juireraontsor theorderof-tho Court et Claims
of Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall comtneneo
buslness as seen as two thousand dollars Is
Buunuriuuu uj luueuniini stock ana snail een
iniuu in ozisienou un
Fifth The affairs nl
i of the corporation are te
be oenduetod by n Prcsldent and a Heard or
Directors, tlve in number, a Secretary and
Treasurer, all of whom are te be stockholders
in said corporation. The first set of omeors
shall be Allen Grevor, Prcsldentt H. W. ltees."
Calvert 0. Arthur, Edward Y. Hernden, Wil
liam Manley and Henry A. Rocs, Directers:
Kdwurd F. Hernden, Soerotary: II. W. Rees.
Treasurer, and they shall held thelr oOleos
until theilrst Monday In April, 16W, nnd until
thelr successors are oheson nnd qualified t and
overy first Monday In April thoreaftor a Pres
ident and Heard of Directors Bhall be oheeen
by the stockholders, nnd a Secretary and
Treosurer by the Prcsldent and Heard of Dl Dl Dl
roetors te held for the ensuing year and until
thelr successors nre oheson and Qualified.
Slxth-The Indebtedness of sajd corpora
tlen shall at no tlme oxceed the sum of five
thousand dollars. ' ,
Boventh The prlvate property of the stock
holders Is te be exempt from the corporate
debts of snld corporation.
-April M(U, ibvu.
OALVKRT O. ARn'rtn
KDWARD F. HICRNDO
1IKMKY A. KKHH,
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