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THE DAILY C'AIUO liULLKTIN: TlJtowvi muuimjnut, isOVuiVlliEU 11. l&.y.
PROFESSION' kl CAUna-rHTSICUNS.
II. MAItEAN, M. D.,
- Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon
Officii 140 Commercial tvnne. Resldenco corner
KwrtulU tt. ud Wanliluirton avenue, Cairo,
pit. E. W. W1IITL0CK,
Ornoi-No. lag Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICK:-With the Wldowi' and Oorpnana' MU'
sal Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-Xp. US Commercial Avenue.
(AIRO CIT FEllllY CO.
On and alter Monday, June IS, the bo
t will make
the following trips:
LIAVgS LEAVK9 tthlias
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
. ' ' -
8 a.m. 8:S0a. m. a. tn.
10 a.m. 10:40 a.m. Ira. m.
S p. m. . 2:S0 j). m. 8 p. m.
4 p.m. ' 4:30 p.m. 5 p.m.
9 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10 a.m.
3 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 p.m.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The EiegMitSidcwueel Passenger Steamer
i A. J. BIRD.
Leave Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Padueah, Metropolis and way laudinirn- For
freight or passage apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
( W. WHEELER,
Dealer In all kinds of
Ccml Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Waliimrton ami
70 OHIO LEVEE.
J0 dirt or dust bv mesnnre helns exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
SEALED IX TINT BOTTLES.
Try it and eee for yourselves.
-30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cacb on delivery of tickets.
Q I). WILLIAMSON,
7G Ohio JLcvce,
Boat Stores and (iroccries,
Of nil kludn.
Ol'KX NIGHT AND DAY.
Fresh Dairy ami (lilt Kdtfe ltuiter. Oytcm ar.il nil
kinds of fruit when in miimm, on hand ami deliv
ered promptly at renldencos free. Oysters delivered
Conor Wanblogton Avenue and Eight Street.
CAIRO, s : J
.' i : ILLINOIS
V -'- . 'i . ' . .v. . ' ,
A full and complete nopply of the best of all
kinds mint always ou band. (
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
F.NTEHED AT, TUG POST OKKICE IS CAIKO, IL'
I.INOIS, A8 SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER C'OL'NTV,
Only Moniliiff Daily in Southern Illinois,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
To-night the city council will meet iu
-Sirs. S. Williamson's counter is grace
witli a handsome new perfumery case.
Rend the notices in small ml. column
this morning. "There's millions in it."
Quite a number of our people went to
Mound City in buggies last Suuday to see
the ruins caused by the late "fire.
The neatest tilings we have seen are
the "Peace makers" the oyster boxes at
the new oyter saloon, 50 Ohio Levee.
Mr. M. B. llarrell, the editor of The
Bulletin, is still too ill to write for these
columns; iu fact, he is yet unable to leave
Have you seen those oyster boxes nt
50, Ohio Levee. They are regular peace
makers in the family. Take one home.
The Sun savs "Gutttcll is good."
Leave off the last syllable and you hit the
editor of the sweet bye and bye, the lumi
nary of the Ltveo.
We understand that the priest for the
Ninth street Catholic church, who will be
permanently" located here, will arrive
by next Sunday.
y-Our readers this morning will have to
do without the usual "dish" of police news
since a scarcity of time forbids "ye local"
to write them out.
It was rumored last Sunday that Louis
Petry's child fell into a cistern near the
dwelling. We did not learn the particu
lars of the accident.
Take them home with you, one of
those bojfrs of fried oysters. You can get
them at 50 Ohio Levee next to the Iron
Mountain R. R. office.
Mr. Chas. Lame lost a cane at the cor
ner of Fourteenth street and Washington
avenue. Any person finding it will confer
a favor by leaving it at this office.
Mr. John Koehler has given his saloon
on Eighth street nn entire overhauling it
having been newly pa'nted, wall papered
and rendered generally pleasant otherwise.
Justice Robinson tried five cases yes
terday, mostly plain drunks. One of the
offenders was given a stay, the others were
dealt with according to the evidence and
We dropped in at our lead:ng hotels
yesterday and found them full and running
over. The landlords in every case were
what the country girl called "the smilingest"
men in town.
At the raiile for a fish boat last week
for the' benefit of John Herscher, Mr. Win.
Winter's son was the winner. With charac
teristic generosity, he promptly turned the
Tioatovcr to Mr. Herscher.
Mrs. Lame, wife of Mr. Charles Lame, fell
off the sidewalk near the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue and se
riously injured herself. The accident oc
curred afyw davs ago.
The editor of the Sun reads proof for
us better than he does for himself, ami it
gives him ten times as much reading, too.
But reading is work, and he lives o:i work
The fact that we have not before men
tioned the new arrival in the family of Mr.
W. B. Pettis, of the firm ot Pettis ' & Bird,
must be ascribed to the natural bashfulness
of the father who did not inform us sooner.
Barclay Bros, have fitted up the room
lately vacated by E. A. Btuler, and yester
day moved their presciption drug store into
it. This store is under the charge of Mr.
Ernest Krauth, a gentleman skilled -in
W. B. Gilbert ycsterdayclosed the con
tract with John A. Poor for the erection of
a cottage, on the lot next below his resi
dence mi Washington avenue. The cost
will bu sJ7.Hi, and we are 'iformed that it is
Potter's majority in New York "grows
small by degrees and beautifully less." Not
so with the majority of smokers who vote
the "Faultless," the best cigar for five cents
in the market. The number increases daily.
Sold by F. ICorstueycr.
Mr. Win. W'Mter, artist, lias just fin
ished for Major llinkle, in India ink, a
superb picture of Ids deceased wife. The
picture rilnks bights a work of art, and al
though copied from a photograph, is con
sidered an excellent likene-.
The Sun say: "The new Editor of Tun
m'l.i.KTiN must be careful or his readers
will miss the water, when the well runs
dry." If any of our readers have been in
the habit of reading the Sun, they hnve be
come accustomed ton "well run dry."
Miles Parker filed Ids bond as county
assessor yesterday. He in generally known
ns a man who perforins his duties as he sees
them befure him, faithfully, and who is dis
posed to dealTairly w ith all. Being a man
of good judgment much experience mid
energy, he will undoubtedly satisfy every
body nnd give his personal attention to the
business devolving upou him.
By some oversight, tho temperance
people failed to leave with us n list of the
speakers for to-tilght, or a prograinmo ot
tho musical 4iart of tho entertainment. This
is the second anniversary of tho club, :iud
tho first of a series of meetings to bo held
every night this week. Speakers from
abroad will bo here, and wo promise nil
who attend nn evening of raro entertainment.
Tho Chicago Tribuno's paragrapher
6ays: "Tho limitless brain of Mr. Childs
seems to bo ever active in producing little
stanzas cnlculuted to soothe grief. Hi
latest effort, ami ono of his best, reads as
"Let me ceo the crlmvou gartura
That belongs to little Mono.
He Is gone, but sister Mabel
Wear them with her striped boe."
The party of tho 8 to 12 on the 21st of
this month will be'a grand affair, unless all
signs fai'. A number of young people of
Metropolis nnd Pnducah havo expressed a
letcrmination to be present. That is as
it should be. "Our Treasurer's" birth-day
should be celebrnted in n becoming manner.
j'ppett's birth-day party has, we arc told,
for "sufficient reason," been postponed unlil
-Squire Comings, with the assistance of
half a dozen darkies, after a long and labo
rious effort, succeeded in moving his safe
which was filled with money and other val
uables, to the book nnl stationery store of
his son Elmer, on the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial. While we give this
bit of information for tho benefit of the
thieves of Cairo, we would at the same time
whisper into their cars the information that
the Squire is a police magistrate and a
bold, bad man," whenever occasion r
quires him to bo such.
We give below a remedy, simple and
easily obtained, especially in the country.
A large percentage of the people of this
damp climate, exposed to sudden
changes, are more or less troubled with
catarrh. The remedy, given a fair
trial, is a sure cure, as is also powdered or
bruised cubebs used in the same manner:
"Dry and powder mullen leaves as fine
as you would powder sage; then smoke as
you would tobacco, letting the smoke es
cape through the nostrils instead of the
mouth. This is one of the best remedies
for catarrh in the head. It has entirely cured
a case of over twenty years' standing, when
every other remedy heard of had failed to
do so. It may require a little practice to
let the smoke escape through the nostrils.
Mullen will be stronger, gathered before
the frost injures it, but will answer even
if dug from under the snow. It will also
be found an excellent remedy for cold in
THEY TOOK HIM IX.
We met Sunday morning with a 5-oung
man of prepossessing appearance, and sadly
in distress of Saturday night's "jamboree,"
evidently of little experience, who hailed
from the Blue Grass Regions of Kentucky.
He had had in his possession something in
the neighborhood of ?20 or ;wl ar
rived at the wharf in Cairo Saturday even
ing. Accustomed to the wild, woodland hoot
of the owl, ami rural scenes in general, he
was almost frenzy to see the "elephant." In
conformity with the usual result, he thought
it in order to resuscitate his "coporeal
being" for the cxciig ordeal, and" conse
quently imbibed too freely of "red-eye,
tangle-foot, and the such." He "took in"
the minor wights ot the city, and was soon
ready and "perfectly capable" to "tickle"
anything, when a volunteer entered upon
the scene, and very willingly agreed to
show him around. They visited one of the
"dives" on Commercial street, and after a
series of jokes and a drink all 'round, the
Kentucky guest began to yawn, ami finally
was shown to bed. No time was lost in dis
robing himself, and in less than twenty min.
utcs the Blue Grass stranger was snugly in
bed. The unconscious shadows of shrp
toon closed iu upon him, and till was a blank
till the first faint rays of the morning's sun
stole through the lattice of his bed-room
window, when he arose and arranged hi,
toilet. lie referre 1 to his poeket-bo k 'm.
mediately, but alas, it was empty. With
nervous ninety he searched one packet
after the other, until he was satisfied his
"dust" was gone. He proceei'd to inquire
into the matter, and accordingly cainu face
to face with the female proprietress thereof.
She appeared utterly abashed nt his story,
and demanded instantly that he pay fur his
night's accommodations. Not a cent
"graced his wallet," nnd through fear of
being arres'ed, us she told him he certainly
would be, agreed to lea on the firt boat
bound for the Kentucky side, a poorer but
We met Major S. i. Lewis on our
- Mr. Oscar llarrell is lu re from Chica
go, called home by the ,,iekin s, of his
Miss Sally Cook, from Virginia, will
spend the winter with her siter, Mrs. W.
Mrs. Oberly nnd daughters- Ruth nnd
I'niee will return to Si.rin-tiold this
-Mr. ('has. A. Saup received a majority
of the votes cast for justice of the peace in
the Third ward.
Esquire McUec sounds well. Quiucy
Mcllee was elected justice of the peace nt
Sandusky last Tuesday.
-Mr. M. B. llarrell is able to s;t up, and
Dr. Dunning says, will be out on tho'street
by Wednesday or Thursday.
Father Zitbell, tho former priest of the
Ninth street Catholic church, has taken
charge of a church at Bunker Hill, III,
Mr. Thos. Connors, night watchman at
Chas. Galighcr's nulls, Is seriously sick
with diarrhcen, and is not expected to live.
Wo regret to hoar ot tho serious illness
of Mrs. Bambrick. Tho cnuso of her sick
ness wo did not learn. She is not expected
to live. ,
Mr. Mat Fulton is improving rapidly,
considering the loud call that was made for
him. lie will move his family into Win
ter's Row the latter part of this week.
Geo. Stcinhouso is the well, happy
father of n new boy baby. George says
this thing happens to lutrfbo often that tho
novelty has worn ofl.
Poor will, this morning, commence tho
erection of a sausage factory for Frank
Kleins on, the corner Twelfth and Cedar
streets. The machinery for the new factory
is already here.
Mr. E. Dickerson, of Commercial Poind
was in the city yesterday. He thinks that
business in his vicinity would stand consid
erably improvement, and yet not be "boom
--Mr. Harmon Black was in the city
yesterday. He is engaged in professional
business, in Charleston, Missouri, that will
requiro his presence in that place nearly or
quite all this winter.
Major Straughn, an old citizen of Cairo
and member of jjie tobacco firm of
Straughn, Hinkle & Bird, but now engaged
in the tobacco business in Paducah, came
lownontho packet yesterday afternoon.
The Major looks younger than he did ten
Mr. Mike O'Donnell is to be married
soon. The bands have been twice pro
nounced in the Catholic church, and it is
wispered that the bride is the fairest of
Cairo's fair ones. That Mike may al
ways have plenty ot money and enjoy a
long happy life is our heartfelt wish.
We, some days ago, noticed the fact
that Mr. George Dunn had been called
home at Smithland, Ky., by the sickness of
his lather. After an absence of several days
he returned, leaving his father still sick,
but hopeful of his ultimate recovery. These
hopes were not, however, realized. He died
last Thursday in his Coth year.
-Mr. Jno. Holmes, formerly employed
in the office of the Illinois Central railroad
company, and who resigned his position to .
travel in Texas for his health, returned
some time ago, and is now seriously sick
with lung disease, at Mrs. Stites' house, on
Seventh street. His physicians have given
him up, and he was expected to die every
hour last night.
THE E0UGII AM) READY SOCIABLE
A GOODLY mOWD OK HAl'l'Y PEOPLE MEET
TO finiii.' the PAS.rINO wovi.u with i-i.v-
The sociable given by the Rough and
Ready fire company last night, was, in the
fullest sense of the word, a success. As
early as eight o'clock the people com
menced gathering in the company's elegant
hall and at nine o'clock sharp, a large crowd
was present and dancing commenced. The
crowd was composed of the best people of
our city, ami the enjoyment boundless and
ttnmarred by an unpleasant occurrence.
The Rough and Ready company was or
ganized. July 21st, 1S:0. It has since that
time, as all our citizens know, proven itself
a blessing to the city and a necessity that
cannot possibly be dipensed with. From
its first organization in l00tothe present
day, it has struggled through many adversi
ties; but to tile credit of the company
be it now said, it has attained its present
standing through little outside assistance
and luueh perseverance and pluck. The
company's building is a substantial struc
ture, and a credit to the city; its engines, in
the last contest for the horns, proved to be
of a superior quality, and its members
are among the most ready and effectual
workers at fires. When we say all this we
do not llutler, but we state facts only well
known to all our citizens.
The hall in which the dancing took
place last night, is, unquestionably, one of
the finest, if not the finest in the
city, it being roomy, elegantly
painted and furnished. Ou the
walls may be seen, in substantial and costly
frames, the certificates of the following nine
gentlemen who have been members ot the
company for the past twelve years, nnd
who are now exempt from fire duties:
August Veirun, Chas Feuchter,
Chas. Frank, John Koehler, ,
Joseph M. Veirun, Wm. F. Ikerwart,
John Kruge, John Scheel,
and Peter Zimmerman,
the Inst named being the oldest member of
the company. Back and above the presi
dent's chair may have been seen a large and
life-like photograph of'Mr. Win. Dibble, the
first president ot the company, The walls
were appropriately decorated with flags,
nnd being painted n sky-blue, made n
pleasing contrast. In the center of the
room, immediately before the president's
chait, are the much talked of and hotly
contested for horns of championship
which this company won a few months ngo.
But enough. We have digressed won
derfully from what we at first intended to
say. We can only add that tho afl'air passed
off without a single unpleasantness. Eisen
berg's string band furnished the music, to
the sweet strains ot which the restless feet of
a goodly crowd of happy and unusually well
dressed and good looking couples kept
time. It was a gathering that will long
bo remembered by all who participated In
But for tho lateness of the hour, we
would give n 'fuller nwd letter description
of tho whole
AT THE REFORM HALL.
TUB TKMl'EIUNCli PEOPLE HAVE A LAHOE
ASHF.MJ1I.AOT. AND AN I'NVSUAI.LY UOODTIME.
The candy-pulling in the temperance
hall last night called together the largest
crowd of children and older persons that
have assembled there for some time. Be
ing n novel and interesting manner of pass
ing away an idle hour, it was an occasion of
much merriment for the young, and real
enjoyment for the older participants.
That tho small sum of five
cents charged for- admission was
no barrier to any who wished to
attend, was amply demonstrated by the im
mense crowd which filled every corner of
both floors. Sweet music greeted the ear
up-stairs, sweet candy the taste down-stairs,
and sweet facesgreeted the eye everywhere.
With all this sweetness, no wonder that
everyone was in a sweet temper, and en
joyed themselves to the utmost.
The candy was sold at ten cents a plate,
and was disposed of almost as rapidly ns it
could be made, sitich entertainments re
peated every week or two would soon revive
the old interest and enthusiasm in the cause,
among the people generally; it would
furnish all 'who desire to spend an hour in
healthful, Iftrmless pleasure, au opportuni
ty to do so, and would have a tendency to
increase sociability and good-feeling among
all who nre interested in the object of the
There will be another meeting of the club
in the hall to night, at which a new and in
teresting prograjnme will be carried out.
Good speakers will be on hand, and a large
crowd is expected.
FINK OYsTF ItN.
If you want a good dish of Oysters served
in any style, or a hot cup of coffee, go to
Vi Ohio Levee, next to I. M. H. R. office.
Open day and night. Families supplied by
the can. Selects o0 cents, mediums 40
cents per can. A. T. DklUvn.
Strayed or stolen, two milch cows. I
will pay $1. reward for information that
will lead to the detection and conviction of
the thief that drove them off. For dicrip
tion and particulars apply f me,
riO'S-FKKT. STAKK-Kllir KTC.
At the picking house of Hinkle k
Moor on Commercial avenue, pig's feet,
spare ribs, back bones. and other trimmings
in large or small quantities are forsale at
very low prices. New lard for family use,
invites special attention.
UlMr Us IX KVKUYSTVLK.
Harry Walker has j::.t received a large
assortment of Fre-h Oysters, and will serve
them up i:i any style. You can go nnd get
them any way you want them. The oyster
counter is under the management cf
A NF.W SCHEME.
A fine silver tea set will be drawn for nt
Ticheman's billiard parlors on Christmas
eve. Every person paying for a game of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling him
to a chance in the urawing. Tick'
not be obtained in anv yi!,cr way.
WI1F.RK WILL I t,0
To get a good pair of Boots or Unacs made
to order, from the very best material; Go
toll. Jones, Commercial avenue, Atheuciini
building. Workmanship and satisfaction
guaranteed. No tit, no j ay. Prices tj suit
Old time PiiKKs at the barber shop of
J. George Steinhoiise, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. (iod barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 2 j cents, shampoo
'.'") cents, nnd other work proportionally low
Remember the place. ,
, A loosing .hike. A prominent physi
cian of Pittsburg said jokingly to n 'a,ly
patient who was complaining of her con
tinued ill health and of his inability to
cure her, "try Hop Bitters!" The lady
took it in earnest and used the Bitters,
lrom which she obtained permanent
health. She now laughs at the doctor for
his joke, but he is not so well pleased with
it, as it cost him n good patient.
A Y Hi Mill- 1 llllllllll, Ol
live linen eiich urlerxuill be piihllshirt lor '.
cents even- Insertion ; I inonlli. :l montlm Ith-
out rhullL'e, I.IKI per mouth. Knell ml.lt I l.'.o ,.i
1 I t. AI)V.M!TTSPM.'VTsl I., .1,1., .. i ..
". IW-eiil. sltiutloni' wimteil free.
Three bedroom - furnished or nnlurrilsliiM ..i.
lari'. front room, two xiniiller rooms. Kor further
piirttculni'i enquire of .MRS. A. A. H AKHELL.
Lost between Inee'n nun ahop, ou Commercial
nvenue. eiisi bhIo. nnd the Theatre Comliiie, Snnir
tiny iilL-lit, three tiultnr key. A retvnnl will he
paid on delivery at thin olllee.
Fine cteol ent'iiivlneH, for ule. Ciiimot be
I'outtlit of the pulillsherB for lem thiin fl.MKinirh.
Will he Hold Hliiflv for ?o.(i(l eueli. or ihe fourlor
g:iiUM, EiKpiIre nt Tiik lln.i.r.TiN bindery.
Ownkiih nnd purclinsers of Renl En in to In Calm
fboiilil be cure i bey have n food title. I mi) now
prepared to InrLlshubstractH nt rensoieililo rate.
Otlice in Court lloue.
A serli'H or No. Oolhlc rupn nnd lowercase
partly worn, but callable for punter or proirrainnui
work, runnlntliiciif brevier, long primer, pirn, ereat
tirlmer, leiraon and dnuhle enirllsh letter mill
llu'uren lull and complete, without uace mid
The Wlimtnn farm In Pulaski comitv, nn the batik
of the Ohio river, anl 4 miles from It. It. ntation.
1ihi acri'-i.) ncren nuder fence. Orchard of about
1.1 acre. Him ntri'me dwelling of tlroontn. (loud
cUliru, " At il barpiln, Applv early.
M..I. llOWLliY, It. K. Agent.
J. T. WARREN & CO.
C1& COW. Second St.
Korean tnd DomoMIc dried and canned Fruit and
Vegetable. Cuuned.drlcdatidiallFlcli. Pick
lex, Sauces, OIU and Condlmenta. Houp
tuH, BaklnB Towduri, Rrouud and
wbwloSplcei. Toilet and Laundry
6oap. rteeds, Jellies, Preserve
Fancy Orocerlea aud Cro
Stockjutiparalleli'd in the West.
SEND I OIl OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Also Manufacturer of and Dialer in
TIN, COPPER i SHEET-IRON VARE.
.NO.:'T, KhiHTH STREET.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BAS't
W. P. HALLWAY, Pr. -I Vu.
II. L. HAI.I.IDAY. Yir.-.pr.M..r.t.
J.-U. SMITH. Acting I :t.
P TAAT TA VLWI. W. r. IIALf.trAT.
HKSHi i. iiAu.imr. n. u r.-ssisuiu,
tt. II. WIU.IAMUN, ' HTBI-HB.N 1!1U),
Exchange, Coin and United States Boutin
t UOt'GHT AND SOLD.
D. pnplt. received and a gi-neri! ba:.Wi
MRS. M. A. SWANDEH,
Winter's Hloek.('nrrn r nth strut and Coin
nun inl Ai niti',
Pe-ir.'" tn inform the citizenuf Cairj sad Uciri'.v,
that hu lia a
Xew mill Lin'ri fstfwk of litifuU .1
......... . ..........
Which hewill -ell at aiti'ai. ( ot. cetl-t!ri of
lints and Mounds
And Kii1(. Imported IUi-e fur Ladies ar.d Ch!!'!r:-i.
Liidips' Furiiisliin (lood!
A I the very late.t ile.h.'iis. Prlri K n low n pu
Hili.e Hint t;'Mli H.srkeit in plain IL'iirrf . WH i;.it
lie undersold. Cull himI exjiiiiiiie. N irfiih: to
!mw L'onili". Ln.iir. who i!o n ,rc whiit th-y
Mint will pkas.) us. U for I'.
HOOTS AND SHOES .
BOOTS AND SHOES
ilide to Ordvr-
KilOM THE 1JHST
ON" SHORT NO
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. trRepalrii'K done with ticainenii and despub.
Avenue, N, K, t'orin r
3 S 3 -
W rTT?TlAr,.l0 Dnrllec to net in (leli-
Ail X Jul!''"'! Au'entn fur tho nulo ol our
it i "I'eclnlUli. lliinliicii
respectable. (,nnd sell rapidly. Wepnya salary,
or a liberal cominlKsliui on sales. From $lou ti
$.11011 mouth can lie made by live men. RareVhaiin.
rArTi-iVfv V' A"'ir'S-TKIl MPlt MAXC-
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