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h ' " & J THE DAILf tiULIJETtfl: TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1883. ! t " V"1 OUR ACENTS. -The following persons nre thenuthoilztd agout for the Daily Hui. letin at the places named. Contracts for subscription or adveitMng may be "lade with them : , V. Suit. Shannon Wm. Clary. MT. OIIiKAD .1. S. LEWisiiuita W. T. Berry. MiinKKA'a W. H. Hmfes Mt.Omvkt Peter Myeis. Helena. K. M. Harrison. A Jackin. OllANOKHUIKl H. P. Tollp. Tuckaiioe. V. L. flolton. slack's P. O. M. V. Mornn. Elizaville. V. H. Stewart. Okioiantown Riudon & I5ro. Fahuow's Stoiie H. T. Fairow. IIt. Caumel T. A. Henderson. Fern Leak Harry MUIU'HYSVILLK. W. T. Toilllln. M. Hawley. Washington MNs Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Spihk& Hro. HiLLSitoito. Uev. W. H. Uarksdale. 16,552 The above numbor represents the circular tlon, each week of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers aie invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of the statement, and they aie requested to bear In mind that our ra es for advertising aie the lowest. Coxrr.i)EATE bonds are again sought after by London speculators. Thk prison contract labor system lias been abolished in Pennsylvania. ' y Guiteau's head and face are preserved in alcohol in the Medical Museum lat "Washington. The President is s.tid to be considering the propriety of removing the new Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Secbetauy Chandler has issued orders lor the reduction of expenses at all the navv vards in the United States. Latku advices from Southern Nebraska indicate that a large area of country was inundated and many lives were lost. It is estimated that the revenues of the Government for the fiscal year about to close, will be $10,000,000 less than during the preceding year. The barbed wire fence monopoly has been wiped out, the United States Circuit Court of Missouri having decided that the present manufacturers have not the exclusive right to make it. This is good news for the fanner. Senatck Colqimtt, of Georgia, is exuberantly generous to " the literary " down South. Recently he presented u home and farm to a Southern poet and now he has presented a thousand dollar span of horses to Editor Grady, of the Atlanta Constitution. There is an encouraging etop project through Southern Indiana. The b.irley harvest is progressing and some fields of wheat will be cut in a week: The yield of wheat will be above the average, and the barley is twenty per cent, better than was supposed. The corn fields are clean, and promise well. The Pension List, to be published by order of Cong) ess, will make a work of 4,500 pages. It will contain a Hit of the pensioners, their post office address, the amount allowed in each caso and the reason why. A list of each county will be furnished to the papers of that county and publshed by them. The following in defense of the English spanow is ftom tho Philadelphia Evening Telegraph : Anfesteemed contemporary, in its zeal to make out a case against the English sparrow, overreaches itself and shows the falsity of the chatge that the bird has become the terror of the farmers throughout the State. It is ascertained, and reluctantly confessed, that the alleged destroyer of crops is practically unknown thirty or forty miles from this pity, and within that radius sonio sonsiblo farmers actually feed tho birds in winter. A lot of very silly stuir, purporting to bo the indignant expression of agrieultuibts, is published, but one indiscreet sufferer" explains a great mystery. It has been charged that the sparrows ' ravage tho wheat fields." How this is possible is a problem intelligent observers have failed to solve. The sparrow cannot reach the lofty kernel from tho ground ; the slender stalk can notbearhis weight and he cannot pick out the grain on tho wing. When it is cut and put in stacks ho can only pick around tho outside. This agriculturalist Jeremiah, however, says it is when tho wheat " breaks down " tlrnt tho marauder gels his work in. And how much of tho crop " breaks down ?".A very Jlittle, indeed. Tho statement is simply another proof that tho enemies of tho sparrow indulge more in imagination thanfact in ther senseless warfare. MndsMRlVf r TMnli. , NwTonk, Juee 24. Work hAi begnn on" tunnel under the Hudson river, at the New York entrance, at the foot t Morton street. It ii expected that sections of ten foot will be completed .Tory twenty, days. The present condition of the north' tunnol is as follows : From the Jersey side 1,000 feet hare been completed and 170 feet from the ..New York aide., The total lengtn is 5,500 foet. Communication will be hnd between 'the two tunnels by means of connecting chambers at intervals of 2o0 feet the entire length. About one hundred men nre now working, and an additional force of six hundred will bo added as soon as the no cssary fntids aro forthcoming. . . - ' hi i i i i i in nUKHNtPtl With Alnnkn. San Fkancisco, June 24. A gentleman who went to Alaska recently returns with no favornblo opinion nf that section of the United States. He says the stcamshi. company mado a groat deal of noise about the country, but there is nothing to induce a man to stay there. Traders use leather checks for money. People go there on every ship by tbo hundreds, and a majority of them have no money to get nway on Theio is no chance there to work. A man can not walk one mile on account of the underbrush and moss being so thick. Tin only way a man can got around is in n canoe. There is no gravol around, and the qua U7. does not amount to much. The Accuse! Jvrs. London, Juno L'4. In the trial yesterday at Nyreghhaza, Hungary, of the Jews accused of having murdered a Christian girl and used her blood to mix with their Passover bread, witnosses for the prosecution contradicted oach other, and also theh own former statements. The Tinios correspondent believes the boy, Moritz Scharf. the principal witness for tho prosecution, it a maniac. Tclcjfrnptiy. New Yokk, Juno 24. Mid-ocean telegraph stations havo been proposed, and will probably be 'carried out somo day. Prof. E. A. Dolbear has proposed a plan which may make fixed communication which has boen tho problem unnecessary. A large metal plate attachod to an insulated conductor is lowered from the ship to the bottom on the track of' the cable, nnd mother plito is merely submerge'd. Between these two plates a battory and Morse key is inserted. On working tho key the Morse currents induce other currents in the cable, whioli can bo heard in telephones attached to the cable on shore. Dentil of r WolMCiimvu Vliicliimitlnu. Andover, Mass., June 25. A. It. Hinkle, aged '5S, the well-known retired merchant of Cincinnati, died suddenly at this place to-day of heart dieuc. Ho left Cincinnati last Friday on a business and ploasuire trip to the east. He was in excellent health when he left, remarking to a friend, just before boarding the train, that he neer felt better in his lite. Compensation to Cincinnati Itnllrond Ci.viN.VAri, June ?5. In the matter ol the compensation of the Southern railroad trustees Judge Force, this morning, delivered tho opinion of the Superior Court. The following uins wero allowed the trustees: E. II. Ferguson, ?7,50t); Miles Greenwood, $1,250; Usury Mack, 1,075; Henry SchifF, $J,000; It. M. Bishop, SS.700. Klnti'j'litcrluv Sunken, ItRimtNG, (al Juno 24. The laborers on tho railroad extension north of Redding aro slaughtering snakes by the hundred. Every blast of powder sends into the air a writhing mass )f seiponts.'nml the noise made by the rattlesnakes is fearful. Ono man picke I up 200 dead lattlestukes last Sunday aud saved tho rattles. A "Vlslit Watchman Humeri. Stevensport, Wis., June 21. The largs stare actory owned by McMillan Bros., at Mnnnville, was destroyed by fire on Saturday, and yolander, the night watchman was burned. The loss is 5,000. Yiu nt I.0111; llranch. PuiLADKLniiA, June 24. A new attraction at Long Branch this year is a glittering gambling-hell, at which games are conducted as openly as at Monaco and other continental gaming establishments, and whero ladies aro to be admitted to the play. The proprietor says that it is only a question of time when ladies will frequent the room and do seen at tuo Small Farms Pa.v Hest. Tho Governor of Florida reports that the tendency of tho agriculturists, of that State is toward Binalf farms. The richest New York fanners are those who have grown berties and added every year an acre or two to their pear orchards and the most profitable farms of all aro those within a few miles of this city, and whose managers bank considerable money yearly from the sale of vegetables grown on a lew acres that aro hired at $300 per acre per annum. One man who bought an up-river farm of twenty-three acres, twenty years ago, has for veins avenged 87,000 yearly on tho yield of pear trees that ho planted himself. Kut tho American farmer gt)ncrally seems to imagine that humanity need's only wheat, corn and pork, so he attempts to rui&o these on a largo scale, while tho vegetables and fruits on his own table are purchased at high prices in city markets. The farmer should eat somo hing besides meat and bread. X. Y. Herald. To Jluycrs of Clothing;. I take this method of informing my friends in Mnysvillo and vicinity that I am now with C. R. Mnbley & Co. The mammoth clothier3 of Cincinnati. All orders for suits, goods &c, sent in my care will receive my personal attention. GoodB will bo sent on approval to responsible parties otherwise O. O. D. Goods will bo exchanged, if not satisfactory, or money refunded. Fine dress suits to hire for balls, weddlnjrs, &c. N. B. Marsh, With O. R. Mabloy & Co., Cincinnati, O. m3d2m. TIME TABLE Of the Kentucky Central Railroad. Tlmo table In effect May 20, 1883. 10 12 11 j 0 BTATIONS. EX. AC- STATIONS. AC.fEx. .A.M. J.,M , A.M F.At Lve.Mayjvllle. 6r00 12 80 Lve l,ex'ton 4 45 " Sum'ltt 6 13 12 42 Lvo.Cov'tou )l HO " Clark's.. 0 17 12 4S Lvo.Paris 6 45 6 35 " Mars'll.. 6 2312 53 " PJu'o'n " Helena, fl 35 1 G ' Mll'b'g.. 7 08 6 00 " John'ii.. 0 43 113 " CarllHle 7 30 6 20 " Ellz'lle 0 43 120 " Movers. 7 45 0 30 " Ewlllg... 0 53 1 25 " P.Val'y 7 51 0 42 Cowan.. 0 58 130 ' Cowan- 8 01 0 52 " P.Val'y. 7 08 1 F8 " Ewlng.. 8 07 0 58 " Meyers.. 7 15 145 " Eliz'lFe. 8 11 7 02 " Carlisle. 7 30 2 00 " Joliu'n. 8 17 7 08 " Millers Helena. 8 25 7 15 " Mll'bu'g 7 50 2 18 ' Mnrs'll. 8 37 7 20 " P.Ju'c'u ' Clark's 8 42 7 30 Air. Paris 8 15 2 40 ' Sum'ltt 8 47 7 30 Arr. Lex'ton 0 10 3 45 Arr. Maysville 9 00 7 50 Arr.Cov'ton ll 30 6 00 a.m. im A.m. p. m Connects nt Loxlnutoii wltli the C. &O. H. H. tor Ashland, Huntington nnd all points In the East nnd Southeast with the C. N, O. &. T. P. It. It., for Chattanoga and the South, with, the L. & N. It. R, lor Franlttort und Louisville. V. C. SADLER. Agent, Maysville, Ky. C. L. BROWN, G. P. aud T. A. tj.uk.tahm: Covington, Flemingslmrg ami Pound Uiii Hnilroud. Couuectlnsr with Trains on K. C. R. R. uavo FLKMiNOSHiino for Johnson Station: 5:45 u. in. Clnclunntl Express. 0'la. ik. Maysville Accommodation 3:25 p, m. Lexington. 7:02 p. in. Maysville Express. Lea veJoHSSoN Station tor Flenilugsburgoi. the itnlvul of Trains on the K. C. R. R.: (l:2J a, in. 4:oo p. in. 9:48 a. m. .':37 o. m. "THE BEST." We put on sale this Dozen Unlaundried Shirts, reinforced fronts. Twenty-two hundred Linen Bosoms and Cuffs open and closed fronts at 31.00 each. These shirts are made for us and branded "The Best" and aro justly entitled to the name, THE BEST. J. W. SPABKS & BHO., 14d2w No. 24, Market St. i BUSINESS HOUSES. r The following ure among the leading Business Establishments of Maysville. Customers will find these houses tellable and a commanding position in their respective Hues. A sokkii:ja:m Locksmiths and Aropiopared to put up Electric Hou-o Bells which aro not exposed In the loom lllte the old style. Prices Tow. Call and see samples. SecondStreet, myU MAYSVILLE, KY. G. ItltOWMXG, M. M., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce and residence south-east coiner ol Thlid and Sutton stieets. Will plvo special attention to diseases peculiar to females. nplUdly MAYSVILLE. riNon t co.. A. DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Tlitrd and Sutton Streeti, , mchSOly MAYSVILLE, KY. 1 M. ItOGEItS, DEALER IN Boots, SSioes, Hats and Caps. 11 E. Sec. St. mchaoiy 11 YSVJLLE, KY, HONAN'S BOOT km SHOE STOIIE. Custom woik a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market stiee , two doors below D. A. Richardson A Co.'s grocery. nMJcwly MAYSVILLE, KY. A Dealers lu Staple and Fancy IDKX" No. 3. Enterprise Bloclc, Second Street, npUdly MAYSVILLE, KY. p AMLMOX, 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street, uext door to Dr. Martin's aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. IIOHKHT OAWNOX A CO.. C. iDealeisln: CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. ICK CKEA.U A Sl'KCIAIVTY. FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVEltY DAY. Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE. N.MIVKHd' IlltO, c Dealers Boots, Shoes, Leather And JTTXDIXGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets. nichSldly MAYSVILLE, KY. yyt.T.M. . smith, ' Will devote his whole time to tho tlon of the natural teeth. Dr. C. v. Wardlo I will take chaiiool all the mechanical work, such as uold, sllvor.contluuonsgum, celluloid I and rubber plates. mchSldly GXK"T A AI,l,i;X, B STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Solo nents for tho celebrated Omaha and Lecvier stoves. Rooflnu nnd promptly and Mttlsfnctoilly done. Corner ot Maiketnud Third tstieets, A. R. Glas-cock's old stand. anllfldlw tj II. TKAXKL, BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER. Ico cream parlors open for tho season. Absolutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddings nnrl parties n specialty. I'll ices low. mayiuiy TjlUANK REVINE, , Manufacturer of Proprietor of the celebrated brands : nold tho Fort, Parlor Queeu and Mother Hubbard. Best olgars in the markot, Full variety of smokers' articles, Secoudstreet, ally MAYSVILLE, KY. -I Sf. WILLIAk$, 'Contractor and Builder. Plans and Specifications furnished and nil work promptly' and satisfactorily done. Shop on second street, opposite High school. apiodty Maysville, ky. 1 EOKGF, II. HKISKK, :Dealer In: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. raay30dly SECOND STREET. 1 S. JUDIK, ATTORNEY AT IiAtV. Ki)t Estate Hurt Collecting1 Affoncy. Court St., (npl2dly) MAYSVILLE, KY. f1 KO. SOS, Dealers In Staple and Fancy iDiRrz" SECOND STREET. mch311y MAYSVILLE, K O Ol.T ItlCHKSOZV, Dealer In Staple nnd Fancy GROCERIES, has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second stieet lately occupied by Churle II. Frank. apl3dly rj VST A JOY-L., Every now shade In ' DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., and new to match. Second St., iuch3lly MAYSVILLE, KY. C. OWfiS! fc CO. J. This space has beeu reserved lor their LOOK OUT FOR IT. OIIX WHEKIiEH. Daily FISH Market. River, Lako and s.nlt water flsh. Prices reduced this day to 8 and 10 cents n pound. Market stieet, al8 MAYSVILLE, KY. TOHX B. 1'OYXTZ, JK INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest nnd best Companies. Insures for mil value. Low rates. L,oses piompiiy nam. No discounts No delays. Office corner Third aud Market stieets. nplGdly TAS. U. SAIiLEE, CLAltENCE L. SALLEE. Sitlluo fc Siillcc, ATTOKNKYN AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (seplBdly) MAYSVILLE, KY - llLAKI'HOltOUGII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry etc. All work promptly aiid Second St., East of Market, npl" T W. Sl'AKKS A HKO., A'o. U, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. : 5. 40, 45, 50, 00, 03, 70, 75. and 00 cts., il.00 an I S1.25 per yard. nichSldly "TAJIKS it OAK It, (Successors to Thomas Jack-son,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hark orders nromutlv attended to at all times. Kluest and latest htyle Turnouts noises Duunm nun soiuuu iuiuiiiisiiii. Mar ket St., four doors below Central Hotel, al 21 JOHN T. FI.K.1IIXG. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents tho Loudon and Liverpool anil Globe, Geunan American, ot New York, and Pheulx, ot llrooklyn. Also nijent for llluo Lick Water. Olllco corner of Front mid Sutton streets. upll"dly T F. KYAX. Manufacturer and dealer In hnnd, pocket nnd pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS Dates ifcc. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, VnllRes and Sewing Machines repaired. Trumpets put up bells hung, ami keys mnde to order. Stencil cuttlug a specialty. Second St., np!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. TACOI) IiINX, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ico cream and soda water. Fresh b.ead and cakes. Parties aud weddlugs turnlshod 011 short notice. 35 Second st., may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY. T W.UAIiUKAITlI, ' ATTOKXKY AT LAW, . Ileal KsJnteniul Collcctlu; Ajfency. Third street, near Couit house, mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY. r AXK Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans nud speclllcntlons furnished nn reasonable terms and all work satlstactoiily and piomptlv done. Otllcoon Thlul street, between Wall and Sutton. apllldly A rOKIUbO.V A KACKLUY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mli281y) MAYSVILLE, KY. TIHS LOU 1'OWLlXU, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Latest spring styles of Hats. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Eutlie satisfaction miarnnteed In all Second, opposite Opera House, inuylly r, ii.oli,ixs, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, nonnots, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Secoudstreet, Mis. George llurrows' old btand. npUOdly flTcROUULE A 1IOI.TOX, 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS at 5 cents Job lot of seasonable goods Just Prints, Lawns, GMighams, Parasols and Fans at bottom prices. npISdly Vl-ISS 3IATTIE OAUK, Second street, January's Block, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of thollatest stylos. Prices Low. uich3ldly ,, t '"v" "M1 ''(f 4 M F, MARSH, ATTORN ET AT IiAW, jQNtlco or the Peace, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will ad vertlso and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a fcalo is consummated. Deeds, mortgages Ac. written at rates as low as auy one's. Ofllce Library Building, Sutton street, M DAVIS, ' FURNISHING GOODS mud CLOTZESZIHSTGr, Hals, Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest received. Market St., nplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY. TlTItS. A. J. WILLIAMS. CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call aud see them. iucli301y A'o. 29, East fecond Street. A THS. M.AKCUDKACOX, (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of nil of tho latest styles in Millinery Ooods. Hats, Bonnets. Laces. Trimmings nnd all novelties. The ladles are Invited to call. Market street, ar.'3ly MAYSVILLE. MAKY E. THOMAS, Dealer lu Millinery and Notions, Announces that she hns Just received her spring stock, which will be found very attractive and that sho hns also secured the ser vices of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. One pi let only. 13 E. Second St., aOJly MAYSVILLE, KY. JiTOSK RAULTOX A BHO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full Hue of all kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest and best Livery Stable lu the west. Prices as inw as any. Rest attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone connection. No. 40 and 42 west Second St., npHdly MAYSVILLE, KY. MEW Flit 31, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,; (Successors to Cooper & Blsset, Dealers in Stoves, Kiuikos, Mnrblclzod iTiiiuioio.aiKi iiiiiniiincliircrN oITIu, Copiier mill hliect Iron Ware. Special attention paid to tin roofllug, gutter 1 uuu Biwuuuij, 1'iuciicai piumoers, gas auu steam fitters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes, Ac. All work attended to promptly nud win rumen. J3 E. Second St., nOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. AWENS A IIAKKIiKY, Nos. 57 and 59 Second nnd 1(1 Sutton streets. V V have Just received a lanje btockof improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever fered to farmer-.. The best looacco hoes and! louacco nam hardware of all kinds. apllG pAUIi . AXDEUSON, V5EJ DENTIST, A'o. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY m iy!3Iy.d. r A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full lino of Burial Robes and nil articles qulied by the uudeitaklng trade. Oldera, pionniiiy aiieuueu io nay or nigni. niSUly A'o. 01, East Second Street, O SIMON, Dealer lu QUEEKSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutlery, Notions, etc No. -15 Market Stieet. East side, between Second and Third, a'ildUm MAYSVILLE, KY. SJ.RAUOIIKRTY, No. 0, West Second Street. MARBLE YARD. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones hand. Orders by mall will receive the same prompt attention as if delivered in person. npl3dly C B. OLDHAM, PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer, Gas and Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street, opposite Geisol's giocery. apHdly MAYSVILLE, KY'. rp F. KIFF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. work promptly and satisfactorily done. Teims reasonnblo. . From street, between .Market nuusuttoii. npUOdly WILLIAM HUNT. Manufacturer nnd originator of the cole biated brands of CIGARS, Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy Smoke, Three Realities, Cordwood aud ' -kill Ulltiu C.nnttfl M .iai. 111a f T vjwiv ntrijuii Qiicut, uit n 1110, ivj vi 1 1 in: it out. We will 1101 bo undersold by auy house in Kentucky or nt Cluciuuatl, it wo have hall a chance, mchSldly MAYSVILLE, A'J". Vt J II. MATHEWS fc CO.. Manufacturers and Dealers iu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, raiuves, r eneiiij, xuuacuo iiogsiieans, ivo. mcndoiy MAYSVILLE, KY. V j w. iirxvu, Manufacturer of aud Dealer in BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's Ann shoes nHnnclaltv Custom work mnde tp order, Repairing neutly uuu uuuo iii iiioueraiecuurges. No. 11 Market steett,East side. ally MAYSV1IXE.KY yANCEY A ALEXANUEU, OI.I). ItELIADLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles of nil kinds, good stock and earofuj unvers. norses uepiuy iiiouay, or wouk jhi rensouauioterms. ueoouusi;., uutweuu iiuru.uii auu ljimesiouo.