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days electipn OUt of 1GS votes cist oiily three were recorded jagifrut Tiero were of course quite a number of voters sup ised to be opposed to the move meet who refused vote and were thereby cauntedas being against but no particular effort i seened to ba made on tae part of any one to defeat tho move DentSt BAIL Interest in ba eJ BASE among local players and II admirers of the game is being aroused consiJerably of late andI the second nine of this place have organized and have an hounced that they are prepared to met all comii On JastI Thursday tKey hiid an engage t ment to meet the Bardstuwn trtnin on the home grounds bute the latter iJedto show up Ttwy p1iv xj a picked uine C031I posed of SOUIH of the members of the oKl fit niie and the result was u df cidud victory for thfe oucgor te4m The second nice also won a gOd game frDtn aC flicked nine at St Rose last Sun steondIf the hah of the members 1Il 1 lout on business or dressed in aiit your finery ready to make a call or a mash may oedout for hevens sake dont some of you hold your skirts quite so high You must nt take literally the advice the wicked brother gacI his debutante sister when she asked what was the proper height to lift her skirts AI little over two feet he said Its necessary to hold the dress up someiimos but if women only realized it there are very few of them who do it gracefully It is not objectionable to see a woman lift her dress just enough to escape the dust cf the street and if need be show a glimpse of silken ruffles or dainty em Itbatskirts shoes worn or run down at the heel and maybe glimpse of stocking above the shoe I1 am not an advocate for trailing skirts and all that but a believer in being temperate in all things even to the length of the dress If some women coull see them selves as others see them they would practice the art of hold ingup their skirts before the mirror in the privacy of their dressing roQm or else get the dressmaker to cut the skirt so it will not be necessary to hold it upExchangeS nLEVEtANJHART The following SiJ communication from Nashville will bepf local interest WeJnesday night June 10 at the conclusion of the prayer CenteninialJtrasbvilleATenn v Oleveland toe pastor of that church was united in marriage toTdlss pstelle B Hart Ret A J JRams ay officiating I was deeply paihccltobe absentt but 1 I ef Ia that precise hour in my o tVnl church three miles away I was engagel in a similar service forr a happy young couple The auditorium waS handsomely dec orated with the richest lloral deI signs aol tilled with a happy company of friends as the young couple marched to the altar Bro Ramsay was at his bestN and the groom was so bappy aod the bride so handsome as toj matrimoniallepldemc to the charming home of the oride where there was a flow f reason and a feast of soul to the small hours of the morning I want to tell the people of Springfield of the excellent work f Bro Cleveland in this city Be is a growing man i moan not only that he grows but that be grows ip the esteem and conti donee of the people day by dayI That is his history it is hisJ prophecy He stands as strongly iI entrenched in the hearts of his people as any pastor in Nash ville bis work is constantly t widening and deepening his lluenco is pervasive and InI ingly penetrative The church thas just concluded a fruitful revival with some thirtyfived ditions and the outlook is very hopeful One of the best things Mr Cleveland has done since theIme to speak of the bride Sties a handsome brunette with noble brow and eyes say fives feet seven inches in height BndJ a trim tea figure The advan tages of foreign travel a liberal college creation the privileges of wealth and excelleut social II position above all a fervent solid piety and royal good com mon sense all combine to make her a lady of excellent grace arid character She is a Baptist and a practical worker in the realm of salutary Christian charity May God bless them bothfJ U RU TtN as h VI 11June if0I able fur Conic ily iA laboring mnn carrying in one i lhand a lot ot tools bonrlod vthus teady steps a down town cubic cart FlflysccnthEtrcet a fey eveinrs- oa It fU8 about 7 oclock and the car was comfortably full There were a few working girls returning home among the pasden ers and t the mill sank into a vaomt lice lportclllhimself j until the conductor entered and duinandcd lii fare Tire laboring man hclc1QutnI nickel but befjrc ii reach e the conductur the coin fill from Jiia handand went rattling down between tJio slatd in the floor conductor was angry lull TheI gruff aeraark The laboring gazed blankly at the floor while the conductor loaned over and endeiiv orcd to iih the lost coin fran between the htq This was too muohc lorhis fat finger so he borrowed cane his too proved of no avail the conductor vented his anger on t the working man who thereupon suddenly readied his hand arounlto his hip pocket and drew therej from an object that gleumod brightly in the lamplight tll Take that you fool he presenting the gleaming article the conductors head UI The startled conductor thought nnd11JoapedII working girls all they had rend oi recent murders hold ups nd burIolof glaries vivid in screamed IIinIIi itsstwful sequel aiyoungseized the outstretched aim of the laboring man and forced it upward II so that the glen Qng object pointed toward toward the roof Tjjen ithn quick movement lie OfjGOfjfj Their owner had intended that they shouldbe used to get the coir fr9m between tho fllats ew York Hunt u f Ii WITH OUR FARMER o l Notices stock eecA or grain wonted or fur cJo or exchange inserted in this col utnn or cnxiiQE Fanners are re quest d to send ill stock or crop items for publication Congressman Owens has introduced a bill in tho House providing for n cavalry pqst for Lexington and its passage is a possibility A post would be of great advantage to our farmers and breeders t ifHarvey Chennult Jr has erected one of his patented fly catchers for brushing the flfes Xron cattle The animal goes into an enclosure that baa a sort of cupola A cane screen scores the files and they rise into the cupola The animal goes out through a dark jpassage entirely rid of the peatsI Richmond Climax t ttThe following lato word comes from Butler county southeastern Kansas J W Robinson of this county theI corn king of Kansa has put in 3000 acres of corn this season all of which promises an abundant yield Most of it has been cultivated twice Mr Robinson is cutting a 203acre field of alfalfa which will run two tons to theI acre and from which twopossiblyI hremorc cuttings will bo taken t t l Tho farmer who has an eyo to tho comfort and health of the cattle and hogs this fall will not forget to secure i some good pumpkin seed and plant them his own way either by putting the seed in tho planter Or by planting it after the Corn comes up in the old fashioned way The pumpkin crop is i a catch crop pure and simple costs I nothing but the seed and iis a very valuable help along in November or the last week in October Many hogsc that weje supposed to have cholera a good feed of pumpkins have recovered not because there was any disease among them but because they wore out of condition i tzForty thousand dollars is the sum of money that horsertion will be permit ted to contest for at Lqais ville Sop f tomber 23 tq October 3 if they gots their entries inon time Great racing over the splendid new teone ofI the best and safest in America will be tho order Every accommodation to be asked for by horses and horse men will be provided Ten great j takes of 8300 to 1000 will bo racedt for together with ten classes of a liked valqo to be announced later which will make lyouiayllles one of the best programmes offered this year The i entries closed Monday June 15 Lou isvillos races will bo under the Nattional Association Ul3jNearly every prominent sale of trotttingbred horses teaches the folly of lightIsending mares to a sale which will include a long list of speedy performers All close observers have noticed how little demand there Is for brood mares and young undeveloped colts and fluids at a salo in which igoodly list of fast recordholders haveJ been advertised The fast ones arc t usually sold first and after they have been disposed of the few bidders that remain during the balance of tho saloi undcyelopodI I brood mares and undeveloped young aVers will doubtless bo held separately j as a moans of preventing the sacrifice that is sure to follpwtho consignment of a mixed lot to one aaloEx TonAccollAnKETTho 4 Now EnI torprlsb Tobacco Warehouse CoraM pany LouievUlo writes Tho receipts during thb prdeent week wore the lsrgcst tiaVO bu1slnco March amounting to 3825 hogsheads and the offerings were 8647 hogsheads of which 2601 were Burley and 1040 Dark Quotations remain the samett they wore last week with the ex loas that colory lugs are slightly and colory trashes a Httlo lower Most of tho tobacco now be II offered is in good order but we IIIng notice that some tobaccos which been received in tho last few days are in very soft condition which course causes them to sell below market quotations We would again i caution all parties to bo exceedingly careful to prize their tobacco In only very dry order atf wo know that jthpy will get better returns by so doing On Dark tobaccos there has been absolutely no change tho market ro maining about the same Ap we said bofpre we see npthing ip Jfto situa tlpnat the present time to warrant any advances on qIthejr Burley or dark tobacco am1 itjs our opinion that iills best toprlzo and ship now Some pooido are constantlj troubled with pimples and bolls especially about the face pndncek The best remedy is a thorough coursoof Ayors SarsnparlUa which oxpohvnM humors through thoI IrtJ is For Congress Lebanon Enterprise Elsewhere in thia issue we pub hslrn carl from a number ofvoters of this District urging Mr W II becornelaMr Sweeney is willin mind t may be safely presumed that hoIwill offer as n candidate The people of the Fourth District have already eraobnicully express ed themselves to the effect that none but fred silver advocates need apply for favors at their hands and as aII consfquence such timber as is con tained in the ranks of the pound monicy men is eliminated from the question There would seem to be however so far as quantity is conS cerned quite a sufficiency of astir ants nmong the free silver men Mr Sweeney has the advantage of location res ding in the vearae county as the present Republican incumbent and having a good fol lowing in that part ot the district where Mr Lewis prmcipalstrength lies He is a good speaker and if sent to Congress he would be hoard tDavethe many spoken of as tin available candidate lie has some strength in Lame end llnrdin and probably in some of the lower counties In fact by many ho is thought to be the best able to cope with Mr Lewis of all the candidates mentIOned- n this part of the district however Mr Smith would come up very much in the rear Breath it Saufly but our people have a stuffed club ready with which to smite David amidships Harvey Harold Smith of Hernias hearkening to that same old congressional bee which has been buz ing about his lowcut Vine Grove bonnet for lo thesn many years Brush it away Harvey old boy for though its hum may charm thy breast it stingeth worse than the bite of a gold bug Following this nobe pair of mih who was it who said damn ll tine Smiths c lines David n Murray of Brcckinridjic The trouble with most of of the candi rtte is that tharc too well known Tine point of tins remarks in appljciiion thereof and tht reader may ajpvit to Mr Murruy any way ho plcises Nevertheless Daviii we fear you ore not Roir g to get a job fiuhurig Goliath Lewis not this fall- Nelson county is not backward when it comes to producing favor Ito sons and just now sho seems to have an ovcreupfly Both John and George Fulton and Mr John S Keiley arc said to be prospective candidates Mr Kelley has always been handicapped by opposition in hid own home Either of the Ful tons would make a good race and they are men who would be a ere lit to tjte district We preaume thatt Iif either of them runs George will be tho man as John has the mis fortune of being one of Carlisle minions ns they nic called and even tho splendid work he Ins done foi silver will not compensate for this tcriiblc crime There are sonic other good mnn- nentioncd but about tho only thing wo have heard advanced in their behajf is that they ore good men and wo very much ffear that oven this claim will be knocked into smithereens whou they run Tor office But amid this mad scramble at tho ratio of 16 melt to one office there looms up the massive figure of our friend and fellow county man Chas F Putnamthe orig inal genuine dyed in tho wool and blown in the bottle free silver champion of this subject Mr Putnam has been en enthusiast on this subject for years and went about this country preaching the doctrine of free silver when there was little heard on the stibject Ho is not ono of tho latter day convertp who have just jumped aboard the band wugoh and wo beleivo ho should Imva the job of driving the district band wagon if he wants it Mr Putnam is as modest da ho is honest and he has Lover expressed dcsiie to acquiro office but his friends are going to set to it that ho is hcajrd from in this race dlsC18CR1fnlUng do not ncslect them liutcaplil proper IrClIICdY uudjo ie lijke JUtillJhtirJJpr lI r i At Tathani Springs To the Editor of the Sentinel We arrived at the hotel this morning after a pleasant rido irom Bloomfield of leys than tro and iIIlU Hours Tlte country is picturetique and srnr of the views from tho road are more than romantic To my surprise we found an at tractive hotel beautifully located withevery condition of comfort A shaded locution wide galleries tasteful tables and wellprepared food No one can reasonably com plain of the provision mndo for taej guests Mrs Wornull a Bourbon l1ellkrowsI rare and beautiful thing to find one who understands his buiincss andI does it easily and gracefully A goodly company present among whom are srveral Shcjbyville peo pie with Mr G A Arrastiong Sr at the head Ho takes charge ofr matters about as he dos at homo lIe informed Qie porter that our trunk was to go to number Mr Rufusurazier and wife Mr Win Harbison and Mr Drano with a company of ladies from Eminence t and vicinity have made us feel at home The guests now aremostly ifriott all of them invalids With the ex ceprion ot Mr Armstrong I am the wellest looking person m the house But every one is cheerfulS rind thinks he has found tain of Bethesda Whether tho angel ftiri this water or not thestones of wonderful cures tire not a few Many good wishes end nut a few prayers are tallowing this company May theyoll be answered in restoring health and long years of useful ness Nevertheless not mv will be doneW iP in Shelby Sen tinel CA TeD XlAncera hat Story 1 T Harper nn oxTexas ranger gives nn interesting account of how bo discovered the roar entrance to a bttt cave on the Colorado river Itj was in the summer of lSiUho wild I was sent by Major Jones to bnnt up nu outlaw who bad escaped from tboponiteutinry guards While feeding ruy horse boforo sunrise in n Skirt of woods a mile from tho rfvor I saw kits returning frdni their night skirmishing entering Ihobatsentered In regular order as if each bat know just when to arrive toI take his turn to n second For moro than an hour tboy swarmed into the tree in numbers BuflQcicnt to bovo jwioked it full If it were hollow from the tip top tfftbo ground I know the habit of bats that tboy sjeop IIdowniu ft tree not particularly largo I mentioned itwbcn I got to the town of Etnrnot dml1it act ono of tho cloP cst1cdtho tree and there was notn bat in- it Next wo pushed rt bolo into the stump nnd found an opening going into fathomless depths The young bfflocr whoso namo I have forgot toil lighted a piooo of paper ani dropped it into the hole and nt onto wo understood the situation Tbo cavelnndbahtmndo1thoiryears afterward boforo tho cavq was explored JJDi1l1a Now In Place of Tobacco Coltsfootor the leaves of Jettqco ibcing s1lghUy narcgtio would fori a harmless make bollevo for the good folkwho persuade tbcmBolycg that they could nOt Bleep avwink woro thcydoprivedof tboir evening comfort Agea ago both GreolrU nn l Eoinana according to Dlos xr1dcs hndPlinj found cqmfort in amok ing tbroughn recA or pipe tbo dried 4covcs of coltsfoot which relieved thorn of old tcqugbs and difffcult 1breathing An las to3otttioo it bas bcettfa moBBfiinco tijo tiino of Gclcjo CClau QiuStGhlcnusj who asserts that ho ltnkinJl ilagazino ThoOOU 8cl relnet ThoBchrcinoriamily nio pajralarJ 3y regarded In South Africa sa family of geniuses Tbo tfathbr was j Dutch mlssiannrjv They Jiad v ithrco sons end two chraghtors and Mrs Schroiucr proudJy boat thntI thcto1 pog2lack shcep 5among hem noa54n Englnnd onO is a t Reading inomber of thpCapo govern mentnnd The fnird son is n tempe 4inceIeoturQrond jsconHidprqdorio of tbo finest siienkqrs 4u tim country Olivos sister Mrs Lewis wins alo marIl nndbn3udojtcfour uoro that s t bp has not much time tor tho plat f 1tutJo i1Jcf1in Pi h h- FiJ i s r Z i 0 dsfl if rWt I rtli 1t Hlrr- f tILE XRWS JRADJRtatd nAS41tcdrtf 00 n Yer r oif 2r Jt r TIic Iocket in time isfironrf The raanhus just Parcel i4xovninIut wlin ih tinaLngot tJ- rpochet in his ebroud ife is irvrphI oyer 0 mind ltfC s very ricfi Ho is worth millions and still hiij H reaching out fot mote with a iniscr ljj perffdlnn lutbr1e baBiinglifldreS If to mherlt his ael1tw1tbBnA lio is uneasy sojttfo time wlteiibr tLiinila t of death andof the jstributrunj of his vast eetatcy lie is AuVeHheroi t Iwill be a pocket ii B4rQu1bRtH ihe is WlstakQnTLtoSn Dives thought nn fnn 3nt 1m itina out his mistake heir jt was 1oo late Think of thcifu1 1 p ortoft those vords too lat V tr c Cbis rich mat never giiye a jIn- lhr T in bis life t lpl ubn chDrityto Ho never JicTped a Doorman J1i WHS not liis brotjier ceper clname hag ntvv T bo nyconnTe teJ1 J bkrnever hclpedto prothteY3cht tint did not iromiati1rgii9hri5 ten per cnton the jinv rtmeTilv IIii wanted to put rarotiey i5 thar pocket in hiaehroud He ijaspoor rchtibns young bpys nlttigi1s mv the formative p rfodordcjf1iv to whonra litjle help WdlilU iofy f great service Tint ho 1tbol3it There pro nuuierpuabeneffjtqntef prlC8 for the wr1fie Qt mlpton and the promotion of Bociftty tba ttneed irioney imib0 cannot epateatf dollar In a fcw montbsthnrchcwjlUbolJ dead After thatihi1t111ow muc1i did he Icaj Jif1b Will jba 11hz question Id te malC tiny io quests Not one There will bo funeral i Tlic clerpymon will pot tffke his text from LukeAndJliqr- ich v man died alsorndwaawJ That chapter will notsPfJ biin rpurpose Luke knew there tiOl pqckee in theKhroud S5 Does Farming Pay jThequestion doesfarniingpa3ffi has often been asked 1 jSpeaklii from my mdlv dual txpuience must say that 1 have never found farming profiiubleV but Jmy ckpe rience uiiy be pacaliar had not suited ns data from which to dray jgeneral conclusions oa Uw rnatler1 1 have always doae my farming nmong a set of neijlivr8 who3e motto seemcil never buy as Ibii J IDS you can borrbw Whcrpa8my I motto blJ boon aevor horroWnt 1opgasy3u chnbur Conseqrcnt jlr my farni macbwie y and implcl melts havebgen called upon to dtv OX far more duty lou ny nclglibbr r than for mcif In this way one of the principa1 drains upon the l profits of my fnirmliu ncqrncd for while the incomefroirijirivlnim ye yt- well cua lcd ano to purcmasea1Hho f machinery and prmmt to cnrrj on tI1Y OWfl WnrlC rotab1y it Vs1 hardlY safiWtenit Jt6 enable ini tf iurnish tooji to eTocm tins work Iof iyht pr Jten neighboring farms Consequently have becn com pcUed ttbar4onmyfrniAair made t3r depsvrfuce passing out by the front gute post tha bait someA how rniraculousjy Mcaped jrofn Jf borroweil paused toS1r4wl thc fulloiving blt of t9b0Ilhrwiiich TtHope bOb CPP the rdrIi after mo may rfiad nnJpondrlJ theirowiibeoo1f SISfotind fariaitijjaluiurfc How t I Watefr W it be noiglitoSy ajid vtraa 11PJ1h91en gn l bSlieyointb mgt ijJb9if1 r i vp1vcd time Ien4ingo- mtnriiiri1uinentatOij neiglbors vhopokeitd 4o8 X F4BiIETt r1ternf r tJol1n8 e ManiicpplarprOt dvare thai pi inters have a language M tlneij own utmost upmteAiigitlc to tits unitirxted Thi e following gWen ail idijapt pTintingoffico lirgp 11iIi 4 put Jcor4j WA5h1ngt6iiPn tho gal kY ar441nnrhip tlra nder you cQipmenct yesterday soot up find 1 ruins of ilerculaneiiin ami dlstriO bute the smnl1pn LOCk nVY jekDavis jin4 jjlpdc JBwb lngerfiqU iuto tho hellbpjfjii7Vl car t ePi alone intilnftQtdtntrcTv lttttH ladies form ta IITCSS and go tiVo devil land put him to work on DeacoA foggs article ti tttrnl punish iIi meataN tIrh lsnknonh 10 when ttr rri iteilititO injln1r lIit not near so ronjli as IlIe i J- lUlIV1m h 1A i ga 1 if J i7s l rLtTwp Rr 1ww Ji 7tti 1 Tr4IT t 1 i J c THE NEWS LEADER ie L4 ML f rHE HBwsrnjEjt w I THURSDAY JUNE 18 1896 E LQAVISCiN JR prlngc thelgtip i fojjiatSon from the town has fceeti taken but there1s jrjqre to be done before We can enjoy the 1nefltsoftbe improvement- sTere is too f ratsei NjiOO by T pr ubscrjption to the stoclc and a ommVlMrftsifBr out wi iIst a will give e erpi hue a cha qttt 9tagile ah rjinterest in y Imipnb enterprises Quite Ifioi11tJrotcttizenswJtb com iD bia r i ig1i4 bi helfaitMthi success of the enterprise by investing liberally iri the stock of the com Vany but there is yet a largo aunt tQbOiratse L We have citizens inn pfjiogjdleld whq qan yi t fI fer ri inyestment of thiS kbtU riofbis Js to bes riatly aNhbmefenteiirpri8e we trust that therjs7ill be no necessity to eo outside ufiouroWf town sorcoun ly Coniservatiyd estimates bave dgmbn fetratei that the institution will fee celfsustaining if not a divi dend earner from the start and X subscription to the stock r yrhe easJtwill belielpjng a pub I lie enterprise should not by anyy means bo counted as a contribut tioiK The chances are that if ajffairaar properly managed the stock will appreciate in value laA d Aprpya profitable invest- 4nenttothebolder 1bAamb nt1f rmust be made up and every citi ion of tbp town will be called tipon Dont Jeivthe enterprise ttriji but take a share and be tromp personally interested as stockholder in the 13pr in gfiel vat r and Electric Company ONE of tho worst roasts we- v have seen on the recent Xeacing ton convention comes from a CountsY Local It says AVLet it T e understood thatt j 1tbnEt the+ callS for the free coinage of silver at 16 to J and I t J xbabmade the best fight in its 3uffjor that principle it isici mOst unmistakable terms heart feouU mind and body against such lawless aDd degraded actions as jojrepresented by Jim Williams tck Cbinn and Eph LUt The one blot on the Lexington iponvention was the encourage went given to those outlaws We fiung our head in shame and dis i appointment when wa read th j tj fbbdy of Kentucky Democr i lad indorsed suet a disrep eta bharacteras Jim Williams Some tnaYtell usth at Williams was a L cMl awHit We do not propose to i llbrt a bad man simply rTtaa e Hi he formercenary reasons tbjgws as we doOtir Lope is theirthe Letter judgment of the t with triumph and that iJ scbwact rs will beoreverjf- lenied400f aiiy voice and Vote in irJxrtpctabl Katbedngsft I C fiY lIV slyItJa ri orhlQg udorthef6arilhatin the 4 5 d ri1irljbf political events and tP yen ions that somebody would io get him attempted a sensa jt tips announcing several days ahead of time that he trio uldaSpring sohothinEo 4 MciiL that atowtJ tfiifcgeajtleman Atteb the pub f iicib afeeld its breath a sufficient Govti William j d tODellad his little bomb wh- urove1only a fiizle and whose r xJiIt laspii amounted to not hinA The Governor is in St Louis jm w eudehas that amo fE nt1 ned uneash wftfibib1i ehicb 19 showisbr b e ue with Wb cliahlt mRel1 w nayth 8rwn asetctird d es thitthe 44ited hratee THE Rep riblice4 National Con yention is In session at St Louis Temporary Chafrman Fairbanks made the ppeniiig speech and the committees for the conven lion have been announced The platform itis said is practically greed upon It will be gold standard McKinley will be nominated on beJ rs ballot and then the Vied President Levi P Morton islthe Istest tip out the latter place THE free silver craze in Ken titcky has evidently missed the Republicandelegation to the St Louis convention Chairman JDeboe is quoted as saying that Kentuckys vote would not go to McKinley unless the McKinley men agree io the insertion of a straight declaration for gold in the platform A DISPATCH from St Louis says that Gov Bradley is said to be for anybody rather than H Clay Evans for Vise President He wants no Southern manor get the place if he cannot get iit ahimselfTHE CourierJournal likes the proposed gold standard platform of the fat Louis convention and predicts that II the Democrats come out on a free silver bass that party will be everlastirg- defeated l LOUISIANA Democratic con vention has adopted a 10 to platform and instructed the del egates to vote tor nine but a silver man ir The Freak Gallery Bath County World D A Banta brought to this oflico a duck ling with two bills four wings and superfuouas developeddis daughter Nannie T discovered the curiosity when she broke pre of a restful of eggs to see if they were hatching The double duckling was alive and doubtless would it bfreepreserved in alcohol Bowling Green Advocate A beg gar struck the town that had a hard luck story that was in every woy out of the ordinary He walked on crutches and and was a most pitiful sightto behold His moneywanted rackc was unique and turned him in not a few corns Ho was a little man and said that hn married a largo oman about two years ago that treated him terribly and crushed his snirit of manhood e Passiodn a skillet at him brae ipg his leg which accounts for him using crutches Every married man who heard his hvd luck talel took pity on him and helped him atGlasgow Rtlpub1 can MrEar nest Uwaloy of this relates nStsorncernibin rag oIn a few weeks ago The fish was at first and until ten days ago a beau tiful onearepectcdly turned to a silver color Mr Owsloy has very appropriately named the fish Charlie Bronston Mayfield Mirror The Stdalia vicinity is somewhat excited over a domestic trouble there The wi of Sam Hobson left him a few do ago and went to her father Dladia probablyre ro trouble between them was precipitated by Sam refusing to stop his farm work which by the way is very pressing and take her on a visit to her parents About a Poem She glided into the office and quiett iy approached the editors des bestanUemexclaimed the editor viih nilleqi resumelh1 have written a poem on My Hath era Barn and = UOJ inter rnpted the editor with all extraor ninety suayity you dont know 0bnwI wristIehen otryour wasafr aid it was written on paper and that you wanted mo to publish it If t shouldover ass pbelnstop and Upinfonay n We have a few numbers of the Illustrated NewsLeader Jef r and will dispose of them at re duced rates J t t ii 6TaItJ y ra fir1r A TIGER HUNT IN INDIA Fate of a Guide Who Did FooitttlMy- Thing In the JUD in Outing Dr 3 H IeIaoribea his Indian snide ed him a tigers lair as a loan bleak wolflike kundcr man whose namo was Si nIniqoand ethane not stylisb Tho lordly tiger is the man cator Ho is nt onoo the hero pad tho aristocrat of the neon and whore ho roams the cattle killer must he eilgntti for the man oat or though sprung from the lowly ranks of wild boast hunters and ris on through tbo middle olosifof rot tlo killers brooks not tbo boasting in the roar of an inferior It is in the absence of cattle during droughts that tbo cattle killer turns to man flesh Ho fears men but will not bo oomp animal buutorngain Tboprido of the race is against StIWhen the tiger has killed a stoor and fed thereon bo goes to whore the korimla grows thick and lies in the nullnb lazy with the moat him and sleeping lightly Itia tiara as ho takes his nap that the hunters find bim It is the btinfers desire to hero his tiger fight to turn and obnrgo tho ones who seek his hand some pelt but Dr Porters tiger knew bettor Stripes bolted and with cool jjudgment sneaked from plaoo to place like a still hunt aided by n ooat which in the jungles is protectively colored and way bo went up the gully gallop ing like a horse his soft paws mak ing no sound A stifling eland of dust arose from the brittle grass raised by tbo trampling olophonts Tbo deadly Indian sun beat down and turned tbo landscape block iin the eyes of some of tbo loss hardy ones In the shade which was soon showYed the way A tiger con bide any whore and in bonny cover one must look as for n needlo in a baystaok far and near Tho tiger was found at lost in the jungles edge A oho aiclIo for bock a wound that mado tbo boost a dangerous ono There was a pretty how do do The tiger would kill if it got a chance and the boat ers went into trees Siknndor Singb got off the elephant and started oft er the rigor afoot angry nt what bo called tbo depravity of the roan 0 all things a hunter can do hunting a wounded tiger on foot is tbo most reckless In covor the man afoot is utterly at the lurking boosts mercy Sikunder Singh was out of sight Suddenly there gas a long Il snarl in the bush and a rustle of a heavy body then arose a long quav arias cry of mortal agony All know what it meant The elephants were sandal forward nail wild yells and ffantio screams arose from nil sides the elephants Joiningin tho panda monium In a littlo opening was Sikunder Singh in the mouth of tho tigor bis thin arms rind logs tossing as tho tiger drew bade No one would oboe through the human shield into the tiger But on tbo loft n man got a flank shot Dropping the man tbo tiger sprang at an elephants fnoo teaVing it down by the bend Tho hunters oaiuo together about th two and a bullet broko the tigers nook ThotigervroigbedOOO pounds Tho huntsman who would have foolnbardy nn neb as his own never ckcrushed nome Sweet Honx Probably no one would bnvo boo moro surprised than Sir Henry Bish op himself could bo bavo foreseen that a single melody in ono of umerous s operas would nobievo such celebrity that at the present day moro than 70 pears after it was first beard in London it is still sang b leading prima donaasat orgyxby a public at knows nothing of music properly so called as the purestrepresentation of tbo English 6piritrHomo Sweet Hotuo Clari the Maid pf Milan the opera in which this favorite song occurred has long been consigned to fothe limbo of forgotten musicall HomeypopulnonIty ond la likely Jo survive when compositioDSLnvo into oblivion Cofnbill Magazine Sixteen Mile dxtorsroand Tbo most remarkable canal in too world is tbo ono between Worsloy end St Helens in the north of England It is 16 miles long anti undo Lankshire the coral rhinos are very ext sire half the county being undo mined Many years ago the managers of tho Duko of Bridgeports estates ruoneptransporting instead of on tho surface i therefore tbo canal was constructed and the mines conncdtcd and drained at tbo lamo timo Pearson s Weekly itsgaatand when it Las captured enough goes to lapel and devours thorn atI its leisure Tho art of putting well into pl mediocre qualities often begets moro reputation than true merit achieves Roc foucaulc1 contentI k aa HER MOTHERS WORDS D slnn Wen Trained indo thq Bride IJraltbruJl7 tteuembbed JjHti passed Them off with YnsnufricalIready The bridegroom composed Tho ceremony was well rehearsed As for femiIbridal attire for a very fetching travel yotutgbridegreyes pronecd into tbo hand ojt alto oston shod young man a clicck for 10000 Then white a concealed orchestra dis coursed the noble music of Cohen grin the friends gathered at the door with old slippers and new riCVtol give flee happy pair a send off i unexpectedlengthslowly descended till stints hot the expectant young husband could seize her with eager hands ho was gently but firmly put aside by the mother who took her daughter apart for n fow last loving 7rcnls7 I Tho guests all drew away Fath and bridegroom wcut injtfrtbo inN ot for them to Uifxpdo upon that crpd iuU rvicwitJio purport of might huvo mucu to do with shaping the girl wifes wholo future It vrns soon over and the last porting kiss ex hanged and tho bridal couplo were off Did the young bride heed her moth ers parting words Did sho lay them to her heart Being n well trained girl iit is to be supposed she did These were the words Marion when you sit down be sure to remember to pull your organ plaits to one side or that skirt wont be fit tn bo Seen by the timcf you get bucks New York World Volunteer ol Correction You advertise in tho papers this morning said the pale Btndipus leek ing caller for a cook if I mistake not Yea sis answered ono of the proprietors of tlib first class restaurant Hpvo you any recommcudii And if I remember rightly you Must be a master of the art Salary object to tho right man Do I qn you correctly otor vcitat l sir need no refer encea Oh yon dont recd any How many years experience have you hud ca a professional cook I have had no experience wontovt r as a mold sir professional or otherwise I have merely called in to cbscrvo thet when you say salary is no object to too imprc8fperhaps to express your exact meaning If you secure the right man you will find that the suiary in bis sole object That is nil sir Lot us bo accurate if wuflont catch u ningle clam Good day P Chicago Tribune arcssaoe ee 011 tho suspdnso af tho book i thingax fa Irut all ends well oour Ycr Yes coo tho lirroin is nctoally about to be married Sho in even nt ttw oltur It tJU3 cs if nothing can saco her when rbe io scrkkuly truck bp lightuins Relief Well I should tay ax Why yon ulmcst fiyll as if you were sheuDt1roit Tribune YrombbQ oiSnroly yon dcmt mcajotopnv T my Paid tho teacher Ilbtit too letter j tine ti different sound whcn i is a capitaVi1 Yesm replied Tommy aou example Well It tics short Found in job nqd n long scand in Job u Ciiiccgo Tribtuxx 0Arromlsing math matac ten noiyel said Mm Htill ut the din nor table Yo s yon did mamma Itlagainnwns Impolite to ask for iiiiythlug twit at tho tibia Yonkers Statemnan r Innoooaco I lx po you didi not givo that tramp imp saucy to buy whisky himYa writeto to his sick sinter and today ho canto back nafor a nickel to bay eomo ink Louis rifle CourierJournal Paso 2te rot Weary GaggloeAu ter tink we skipped dot free concert laa night Dusty Rhodes Wy Weary WuggltfrUDis hero paper nY1l do music was LutoxicatiurNow York PJCRJ 1r cirnn ibjry wan rick W Cato her When she we6 tidt sho criwl far When bXuHo Jttw rho to Gunrtx When slw twl aoWrea she Sr mnn a rate Eveiy person Jiijf title old yotiup blade or white rich or poor who evoi UHcd Dr lieus 1hte Tar Ilonoy yt no nco it tho bevy cough trod lung rom od3 on earth lea laic too all dciil nr8gnurantroit For Ildo by 1In lon ft Uobcrtson Druggists t IjfnJ i 1 j Olnm1INT t ayrG E 1illiJHg m tES A SURE trd trCTAty CUPEi knoWn 1f liS rbr ac- Ot Ir ti M = DYfor PiLE wYr r1n eaMioos s tutu dt r81 Jlf JL to I CJV = = s q f FOR LOOI If you pay now you can ge yow County Paper the erNEWS LJEHDER FOR ONE YEAR Maflagciiiollloto New Features New Dress Newsy Spicy Origillalom Independent And an Indespensible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be proud FOR 150Wo will send you the NEWS lEADER and the Weekly Courier Jonrnnl for one year- NEWSLEADER and weekly Commercial for 8125 NEwsLE1DER and Cincinnat- iEuqlirerfor81 35- KEWSLKADER and Cincinnati Trice= aNock Comnjercinl Gaz ette for 8l65 Call ior rates on other pUjeraand tnagaziileComo in and aoe us or senti in your money E L i DftVISONr JR Editor KEHE1EEE8 2 y t z r SEe Tj J 1 1 M EL Rjoy j HULTi t i iFrI L twI v 4Ua i HAiDWAIE A 1 1it TINWARE J 1j STOiSi Tq 1 l r l lfL SEE OUIi NEW LIl E OF u i eeerEtCoolei Sj Prese ruin gk ttr iri1V i Ca ls pist ls and utlery 4 t teyunirY Prod c taken in Exch itc6iop i = 1 J r jTifi Roofing and fcttttefing A ii6 Ity See our STEBL RANGES and onr t 4 It dL irJlDURTO t AxJf Iiill JXX JJMBurIonCu1 t ljfa BEN KAYDON Sr Manajjfer r Ny ffndortakors and FtInon toriCoffins t Ia S- rQBurial Robes if OfalhKinds FULLY EQUIPPED Calls ancretf V j proinptly night or day The services of fin DXPEElENCEft EMBALMEE a gnidtialc from a school of embalming have teen engn erQII j tBtfRTbN ii i1 Hagan Block Springfieldi t ti Patrolliz i t i kts Ir t r Home Industry r r tf y iBRINGit i i r r BILL HEADS i T f i LETTER HEAD S f flj it Wii iNOTE HEADS t d ENVELOPES z i INVITATION +an= Everything itl li f Ij C i PrintingLi fe torls r We r will do tfi ifrg I IH i qujcklYJne t1 h nd 1 IN THE L TEBTj 1taTrA sr THE NE SSLE DER- J a t f GREEN APPLES DRIED APPLttMarc the largest exporters q drlrdfrnlt la tte worTd and th chipper of both d dried apples to the is aad Len tYe a All rte askie a trial xblpmeat4o prone ahlthese fatit rraMeMWrap rH JiERNDON CARTER CO illeoereRirce twtayhh K i r 9 w ii V L VA r rw- a f 4 4 r tif il i 1F l oawp- Ih MhrMC ri = fHI NEWS 7 lEAiD Ff = frF l+ re+ w = Y uu d h wrw if r i i1 Ir r tE1 NLEAtf i En mi nay alolslv Il1iarm1 il j spft ttl K + rj J stOr e6a lI AdmlfNCa ti TI= tFXT CT =I KITH F f PlrINk tt the use of Vitalised Air fraY a 1l oa lICthpdotziy own wh1hJeito ad mc j ti ArtlKriftWb andIr1lettG pf ditt rent fe tn atdtM UttUlC troth rosy tt 1cntittfa ttintnli XleIUic RUIDUK tipccjnhiv woitK and CI ftvjjis6 tjj t r FI llj CLASSf WORK P1t1CRFrASOi t rJont 1gJjto plenty OI uICE =Over Paatomoo f Main office No C4 Fourth Aye Louigvillo Ky tIW P R Den lst 9R IpiNEHfiRT OFFICE HOURS x tp 4 p m Tuesdays and Saturdays J giPRI GttELDKENTUjKY R rtlR COOPER JB Oo0 otc1 rfitydon Robertions dmjr iainSt SPnrnflJlELDiKY nr J It BuRTON DENTistJ Nf TEETH EXTRACTED W1irfHOUT PAIN oFmsIgas lllock ovor MansQeld Mon shire SPRINii G FIELD KY 4 i 22FOR 1 THE3 Weekly Commercial f Paperff Anyone wndinp in a suhscriptioB thin paper for ono year accompanied priceil tft the NSWLKADER eent 71 charge for ono year a copy of the lAtilsvllle Weekly C mmerolal a large L1 ieolamn paper tilled with more new 2uny other metropolitan weekly AMotfllj Correct Marlet Reports mNCY BOY f Firtd mby8t r Denmark Jr rtt econ lvlui by Gaines Denmark vJThjradamby Four Milo Den InlrlCr j 4 He was sireS by Blood Thief Bleo11 Ghfelrtrsitedl by y Rappr j P r PANICOASr Jilt t by Wt11kesV o J Second dim by ttilgo Wibklifie e i fcincoaDt tbbord 221J- Pancoaii tty AYobulofciMambHno 2tt virtt dam by Bicaraf dam by IlroW siro ofMaud 8 2083 TiJaeoiBt Birtjd Pfttron Patron Mrd Mix 41tx ijlteJcf ttotUif tttlh In ew IANOY BO rabtl PA1CDAST a tiU muke tho eason of 18DDat n f y0T EACHtt Ii I I1JIlJn l 4 lieurejalned JQ colt 1htifr en rrtr0 JOJl JS Pstd a j 11 w l4ElLY- t rfil b F fYee 7OVTTOWNWanted Ohitjkerisand eggs at JOs A ShadIIi Wanted 50000 PQtbiqgWO highest market price paid McChord JBo- bertson f Th6 bass ball season is upqri Us CWJcaltLOST Certificate No 17 series A Home Savings Building Loan Asso ciatidn J N SA NIJEBS Extra copies of our big illustrated edition can be obtained at the News header office Preserving sugars also Mason jars and tin trait cans at lowest market price at Joseph A Shaders WANTED pounds of wool Highest cash price paid for same CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN OlothIngl hats shirts and shoes We lead the low prices selling regardless of cost to reduce stock at Mansfields The ordnance of pt1smwlll be ad i ministered at the evening service at the M E church by Rev J L Ed ringtonJune211890At l examination held for this county G R Ballard I C Thompson and 0 R Cross were given certificates to teach Ladles vests hosiery gloves cor sets fans and all other notions and tarnishing goods Prices cut wnyt down at Mansfields Work on the foundation of the new McChprd RoberteonHaydon buildtIng has begun The plans call for a very handsome structure Summer goods sacrificed Ging1J hams lawns organdies dimities andh noVelty dress goods all very cheap in pric quality fine at Mansfields That delightful fad which has struck the town with so much force AllDay Suckers is still the go A carload just arrived at Joseph A Shakersr The colored folks will give an excursion from this place to Elizabeth town and return on next Sundav Round trip ono dollar A big crowds expected hero will be sacramental services at the M E church on the third Sabl bath of the present month Also ser vices at 11 oclock Saturday morning June 20 1333 Ben Brown colored was tried in police cottrt yesterday for striking a negro girl The jury failed to agree as to the degree of Bens guilt and an i other trial will be had Millinery goods at sacrifice pricesI Desiring to close out balance of milUJ ncry goods the public will find a large stock of the latest novelties and low est prices at bnsficld8t Rev J L Edrington of Lebanon formerly of this place will preach at the M E church Sunday night next He will also baptize the infant child of Rev and Mrs J L Murrell On last Sunday afternoon the stock barn of Mr W T Fowler five milesI northwest of here was totally dor strbyed by fire The property wast partially covered by insurance Mr Fowler and family weird away from home at the time Spring cleaning in tho house is important and to cleanse the human system is even more seats Laxk utive tones one up cleanses and re uclates the bowels liver and kidneys For sale boo a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Browne The first match game of base ball of the season will be played here on Sat urday next between Campbcllsvillq t and Springfield The boys here have organized a strong team and the game will be an interesting one Colvin and Noe will probably be the battery for the homo team The game will be played at Grundys Park Admission 26 cents Did You EverITry Electric Bitters as a remedy for ourj trouble If not got a bottle now and get tolls This medicine has boon found to be peculiarly adapted to turf relief and Ctiro of sill female complalhU exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to tho organs If you havo loss of appetite constipation head echo fainting spollf or aro nervous slooplcss excitable melancholy or troubled with dizzy pelts Electric DltI ten In the medicine you nocd Health pad strength aro guaranteed by iu uso Fifty cents slid SI00 at Haydon d Rob crtsonB drug store Personal FftEB CMpago medical reference book to Any parson afflicted with any snoelpl chrbhio or delicate disease peculiar to their sex Address tho leading physl tlons And Hurtreons of tho United stabs ifr HalKiway It Cb10 Dearborn street Chicago Notice The commencement exercises at St tTatherine will take place on the 21th must at 9 oclock Children under 12 years of age win not be admitted + 0w 1iaA Jr PERSO titL W H Sweeney Is ih Greonsbnrg1 this week I Miss Fannie Simms is visiting at St Marys Mr Emmett McElroyls home team college Miss Willie Knott is visiting rela tives at Bardstown Mr Ohms Baldick of Lebanon was in town Tuesday Missed Sallio McEhrey and Louise Slanders have gone to Danville for a visit Mrs Joseph Claybrooke of I ouis ville is herefdr a visit to friends and relatives Mr and Mrs John W Lewis and daughter came in Friday last from Washington Misses Jennie Craycroft and Annie McOhord are spending the week at Tatham Spriggs Mrs G D Robertson and daughter Miss Mattie lleft Tuesday morn ing for Lowell Mass W D Claybrooke who has been attending law school at Center College has returned home Mr and Mrs Andrew Cunningham and daughter Miss Annie have re turned from a visit to relatives at Cynthiana Great Excitement Considerable excitement was croa In the neighborhood of the rail road station the other slay by the tion of a stranger who had just come in on the noon train It seems that gentleman was from the North and was on his first visit to the SouthIand to Kentucky and that on some funny man had taken ad vantage of our friends credulity andI ad filled his mind with wonderful stories of the Kentuckian and his gun The young stranger from tho North consequence was jn such a frame of mind when he reached here that he was prepared at any moment for a fight or a foot race Imagine his ter or when on stepping from the train to hear what sounded like the popping- of a half dozen pistols in the direction- of J Walter Browns planing mill stands directly across from the- tation The stranger was stampeded and come up town at a 218 gait to seek a place of safety from what he thought to be a shower of bullets He was hunted up however later on by Mr Brown who persuaded him to visit the mill and when there explained the cause 6f the commotion The noise was made by Mr Browns new gasoline engine which is used in running the saws and planers The stranger became interested in examining one of the neatest and most complete little planing mills in the country He saw sawed all kinds of lumber brackets wood ornaments everything used in building Mr Brown also keeps on hand sashes doors and can turn out almost alIyou call for in wood work The people of Springfield will find him as the stranger did a good man to deal with Condensed Testimony Chas B lIed broker and mnnnfnr furors agent Columbus Ohio ertUc that Dr Kings New Discovery haw no equal as a cough remedy J Brown Trop St Tnine lintel Ft Wayne Intl toHtille that ho woe rinse of a cough of wo jeare standing rniiKwl iiy li grippe by Dr Kingn New Discovery B F Merrill Ikildwinnvillo MUM says that IIP has used nd recommended it and never knew it to roil suit wontli rather hero it than any doctor ItecaiiHO it al ways cures Mrs Hemming 2Z East Twentyfifth street Cbicnut always eeps it at hand and IMS no fear of IxrcaOfto it instantly relieves Free trial IxUtloa at Haydon Robertsons drug store Good Old Granny Metcalf yours old living atfllR Monroo street IuducnhKy says that Dr Halls Pino Tar Honey is he best grip cure cough lung sail hroncliial remedy that has been oflbred durlnir her life Guaranteed hy all deal ors Kor stile hy don A Robertson Byron iisod a groat deal of halrdn s ing but was very particular to have only tho butt to ho found in the market If AyoHs Hair Vigor had been obtalna bin then doubtless ho would have tested its merits at so many dltttinguMied and fashionable people are doing nowada- ysREMOVAL This will notify all my friend and patrons that I have moved my Tonsorial Parlor fromyall street to Main opposite the Springfield Hotel Would be pleased to have you call- ALEX ADAMS McKenna Whiskey This celebrated brand of whiskey I keep for sale at my bar andmake a specialty of it for family and for medicinal use tf Co A THOMPSON W thtnkMt rrot ct ycrnr thr Tail JirtngjmirnHH Writ JOHK a Patent lifer 1IeWaaII1qtnn for their jieeto prl over ad lut oU1lQ t unU d tnrenaoos was tK i cIs h Tm Ei LoULSYIlIB Store Originators of Low Prices THIs WEEK Wash Gdods Go For Cst Straw Hats and Summer Clothing have been cut likewise and you should1 not let this opportunity pass you Come in and take a looknt our new Skirt Materials Black ancy Mohair at 49c worth 75c Black Plain Mohair at 48c worth 65c and many other plain and fancy allwool black and colored materials suitable for dress and skirts at Low Prices r e a 1118 118 k We show this slipper in black and tan for 8118 worth 150 and 8200 e We have just received a lot of 84 and 85 Pants which we will let go for 82 and 8225 Come in and take a look at them J FINE TAILOR MADE CLOTHING We are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee theft work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY MADE CLOTHING We carry tho largest stock shown in town Wo are oyerstockd right now and we will sell you a suit for almost your own price SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Womens and Ohildrens Shoes is complete Mens Button Shoes Black and Tau Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mens Low Sboes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womens Lawi Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womens Slipeers Childrens Button Shoes Oxford and Slippers We bought our shoes at Low prices aud we offer special inducements in prices DRESS GOODS and DRESS TRIMMINGS We are still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Serges Mix turns etc to the very nte Parisian weaves Ccmo in and ex ambe our stock and gEt pri- cesWALLPAPER Dont forget wo are Headquarters for everything in Wall Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS Thespecial prices we have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in this department take advantage of our low prices at once EVERY DEPARTMENT Wcj will make the lowest prices in each and every department for the nexThfrty Days that was ever made on equal values We have the goods and mustdispose of them We want money and am compelled to have it thereforoir profits will not be considered when a customer offers us Cash for goods COTN1KGHAM DUNCAN j f i cti tfr4 if V tS C1E RANn aAL r n6fd ft9red eQi1ftarg Sf5ck ik 4 tome SPECEF PRICES for ex e j j v LmlicV SniVt WafottfSff tfe cenXW tfUtf vXf ficer r Wool n dross goods for ll tcantdtr cttft i thelit llr ftGcOur prl61t on them Ladies oilll bYysscs Fine thtrhhtOI l1at o 1oWst rites eVPr ttenftf of IsriCel reditd ti1 n tilt t1it litlt J ctttr Fine Shoes tOO a tfaYrj Meita 1iow S1iq t1OO5i jt17il edie p rites on Emersons j1e Ititle Shods this i tithei cs ll fli4lV United States anti yofffimf cot 10mU bht ihttsrtkehr- s t r li r i Jt tf it rfJ CUT PRICI a v tu Y IIn Mens Boystand 1hrt1f wj iI I 7t r i 1Vo tire ovcratoctcett m CrothTo and wd lW otiJ6Jift ffjjiH the stock that gill move it Come early Btforeyoir 8ii tg joffs Q 1W lino of MensSummer Coats and Vestsiai reiIdJed I rfcL7o dIf1ioJ our stock of S RAW HATS we will still them t 1tnf lfuwelt to make your parfthasca of nsf as we offer bar dindanti iVt lour departmentsr v t e1- MCfiPIORD RoBLs0 jt f r JOHN W CRUME 6 f 2 tE7 PINCIi LJleR e LSBHNON kl iJi4L a feTABLE Bpslding Aventie an tf HIdlbt3rltite Back of Norris fipuse5 A r t 4GOOD VEHICLES FiRSlCLSSjQRSf i JX Special Rates to Commercial Men Safe snd 3ft6l bt Dritiifi =Washing ton Countr9 Tr b ifo1f ttect i tr J t SPRINGFIELX w A t q rj 16 SAW AID PLANIIIG 1IJJS 1 l ocr Ntr t twcuDJ1 i rrM ANUPAOTUfiERS ANt DErAtEES Mf = All kinds of Rough and Droned LumbBi Lab J 1o t4jiKr Lif f t ings Frames Sash Doors Scoa ttdtr l lbBlindsmTa Cypress Shingles llletet d aBill StUff cut to order on Short Notice HlefrftfCttbf fmf rft sJ paid for all kind of Logs Call and see us aidgt Pfci tk i Office and Yard Jockey Avenue Between i t Lightning Hot Drops What a FunnY Nomol Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Witjiout Roller There Is No Pav ana Sutherlands Eagle Eve Salve la tho tact ointment In Uio worM fpr any and kinds of twtro eyes skin illscaHeK ec and its guaranteed to cure by all dcalem put up In tubes at Zit each Fur all by Hnydou A RubcrtHon Druggi- stsPLYMOUTH ROCKS PLYMOUTHROCKS EXCLUSIVELY have some very fine cockerels and pellets for salo at a reasonable price Also eggs In season MBS H M ONAN Springfield Ky A now theory In the treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affections haw been advanced hytho manufacturers of Dr BollM Pine TurHoncy It is truly a wonderful remedy All dunlcra soil It on poMltlvo guarantee For sale by Haydou it Robertson Druggist Dr Bells Anti lalQ cures diarrhoea and summer complaint cramps colic and pains by healing the Inflanunatton It atapa fortaontatloti anti relieves iia tncdlatolr daiiRerof fevers Is avoided by Its use 25c and Mte iKittlcs tjimrantoed by all dealers For sate by Haytlon A Robertson Dr Bolls Pino Tar Ijonoyls different from all other congh romrtllce It cure by allaying the Inflammation and giving tono strength vigor and yitalil y to the rospltory orjtans Guaranteed by tlealetn For salo at Haydon Robert son Druggists 0000- 200 A VISn tai sbpkan4IUual fee A 50 centJJotOf Neat s LaXative S wiitputyearayalemhagood order rt cum Torpid and sluggish Liver Con oIUplUOD1Indacbc tc rleaaaatand 8c7 WUTIYECOtoakitlglf 4r = t JHI iCallinttmedicinahgttrstillGlNltthat ea n r l ilbWhen Ubjr fas rick vogftto Xkytt- aheaatrerraarlt8pdehetetarlar f- WbendlO horace attadta ItoQt 1 WUbaboba4WWn1t tlfaaoutMliie J 9 r c 4t r l INlw the time to ioBcnb faf LIthe JNBV3LRAlBn 1onl111iTr LJL f ELGINROSb = 44IfOAt rrAtttoxi aired by ntttltoli A Rostifirrtir ntlcibl xiti May 3lort2l8 Major ftoS tinjffa t- MorrIso fclnj faftp btrt 1 lcmlitT6ttn end alz pacem 1J Ihq1INeltyt1 IIDfElgin Girl Legal Eglnatdroth inlwltK fasttrials rj ir Second mX1tby pee4BWfeilp ihlrdnAin ri UjrbliiQbdctcil Z ourth Dahl otd e1IblTutal oI ThistomblbM tbrblob of two oif RtEataireerand three damsiln t ztbrood mare ttrt u ptale lahl beingdata ofO anX taDfi daM of 135 f 0ol nblne 4am otS sad CanaaMBTfliSij Nellie bis oKa dam liavtgcoltaaii14Qftrsntl colts tn 230 Orb lttiS Thfifiil low pas IndfyldqtjU welt U pedigree 4 1r10lIaUUILIYIIQ C- OLT1w4rNE Ka + LD 1VliotiOvor tiro llttlechWititti itlislad1 lea or tho big iuoii wat wMnctb te rbchlatd their ll rcr or carte coBsWoatlom and biliousness Ir BeU Tlny Tonk f Tablets In what they Wa4 havite3c- cno end yen neVer feri Jtv J UN ly Tfetsbte25ga yfatetreiYkbeter 1trsla atHa dotfk ltobert DnigRtet l1iver iIItdtQ ea3lie W The TOfIkPCHet toaes tip the systeHi Combined form a PerctTreatatcMajI r f t Jt r tt b1 I r l 0 t- q i tTJL kl l l THE NEWSLEADER I 1rft BIG SU8UU pH OLj 4 The Monst1r Co f iI f f 1 Be He d posto i J j lr kmG Ttff1iiOirALLAJiERIO Ifftt 4Jhr7WI1lJt pJe 8eh o aDd lO Te o l tDd P ISaDcI Zlool WorkThe LeuoD 8cbuleo r neprefcntatirefl of the l4000 S1 bath schools cf North Amtrica will rather at Boston on Juuo23 to attend echoolTcenvention rtgn1tqoItiutheTfnecdynndothersSuterTSleaiSnfwori thnt Hub V ifAAIciillcdU to entcttn Thcso 1ega CJJJb r khoola scattered allover tbo United tntps oIJriU JroTincetl mJh n gab hip Qt1tt tht2I hN Big ci4imn- Jheatotp t a sa ese ctdecatcs taliftdxrot yonftypnia learn thouW y u teJlathofconTcntion that I h01 Spires iii axis compiled from kctual Btatistfcs which are gathered tprt I otcQ vAi JiconJrIhrouch tb tlr li cry of tho International Suiiday School NiSOOlnfrOD 1iWou1 mno 100thn lthcy DOt n11 know hQY lD1DJ d l1 in ho coun Att If bbnthnscbool but how maay chfldrenHonob5 jmd you would hear plans discussed for If1 cn dem It is not enfi hmeso ttics oromn d 0 r i ordur ischooniI ncnnnl periods but it ia probable that hollgnr ttT1t HaBesides tho international convention which is a triennial gDt bering thighs the TbjHTelk l1atiohal7coii Tojon ThOgenixairjDb3cca of the coSvtntfoniifo tb impwve and ohlorgo tho 1iJclsf rgundayphpoL wort Tho 19reat ambitkn of tho delegated is to hit Vpon somo pIahffiCttathenig in tbo ciillions cf childrcii who r1or various Reasons do not attend Sunday schcola ion vhollyinterdenom i p mibyterinns d1Vel1 mmlJm Of other churchcf jvoxk in harmony to gotbcr The ustioii of creeds isriorer brought up mId eo there arc nocloahcs ariring from this Eource thY g te1tmcs= IOf thia msbciation islfib thorouguness j rtllcteiHsorgMiized Jt boA great i 1ing itspowernnd influ itorfmost praiseworthy cause The leiureTCrypart of tho atiricnt Pkstofsiteachcrs nod officers t gelinilSnndA1 Khools aro entitled to participate but iho official delegates aro chosen by tho etatc territorial and provincial conren tf o dffitcrnational xecntiTo commitI HecIaecinpoBcd d CO members ouofrom prqvincetriennial convention upon recominend- aiionof tho local annual conventions lnq uold mc1artheeyemtJurinK thaiutcryslf bctyrccn jho international JbotumitteoSectsWconDdttt liUbdiyjsi tJ1l 1t which mC tI Gflredltoet1i r y fl rV t ttTho work IsjdiTideii Into two pnrlstho work cf ingathering and tho work tor1J pS5ildinff or thoincrcasa and tho wnproTcmcbt of thp Sunday schools f rhfajjrpxkiia conducted by means of v i acrrcntionpnl institutes with two rcat anxillaricB called 4ThoHomo r t1t mid the Honse to Houio Visitafldn What tho work of hes5tWdiTWonfli consists of is indii tfcdibj thgtitles hcy bear When tho international convention convcn ff andgoj4 dcrtsra io business ev thingvli1 bo tcd 10 lto 1 l sJ i rtS 1 1 te t f3 frJft jt nPIf 2 s tKi s 4MtTiitt6m 1ftfua preartangedplan Ixj no t2 f chnoging of tho P12 + g 25mf R JPrta w111 Presented front cvcr partoflh eTna tfdtholiteds Ef ij tho Sunday srhool will ba considcredin a Broadway Tbodcaibj nro discusswl v h t thestatqZ tto at F Qlncr minutuUn tho county nuB district ltonTeation E6 theso smaller convcn l tionsarofII qun1fi w Oit 1 gkid or lolpBitirry who to thojre noteor weaker unday schools a knowl r V tdRctof tho WesUmcthod working 4TbcyrCjrpound pinnafen 4boAFy1tematicj y itisto e h tn t 11isbiltl d eio hov homo classes3iiy bo formed t It Is tho objcp5 f ho general association + io hare tMn organizaliou complete troughonjt thb coautrynndtbegucstioir ti lioV to obtain this is discussed at thE tricunial cpnvcuticua by men of widf experience f According to a recent report prepared byi irairnfch1 Br P Jacobs ofcfhe cxccn tivo committee tbotrork of organization is ppnsidcrcdthoBOcgq ia 13 states andl provinces geed in IS states nud pro Yiticcfadd partial iu20 rtatovtcrxi tone nod provinces while Alaska 1dnho and Nevnda nra unorgnuizcd- Salaried workers to the uanibcr cf 48 re employed but many more arc needed 1Iit 19In startling statement sayt Mr Jacobs but 1000000 of tho col ored chidren of this country are not in arohooloC any kind aud one half tbe children undyontli of America do not attend Sunday school To cuablo the cxecntivQ committee to extend and im rviytSvorkSve ask 20000 annually injspeclal contributions Another and pcr1u one of the most interesting featuresof the organization is tpqTutcrtialionolSnnday school Icstdii Mbomniltfcp andiiafanrk li is composed of 15 members representing tho largci denominations who arc elected for terms of Six years each A new committee Will be chosen at thotomingcouTcutiou which ds fo it an nnusual interest This committee meets annually and selectsl the Sunday school lessons which arc studied every Sabbath by millions tf scholars For each week in tho year they select o certain number of from tho Bible which form the C1SI the JcssoiJ and give to each appropriate title To this ia appended n text from another put of tho Bible aI pertinentpassage which is called the jgold n text This material ia first sub mittedjo tbo wholo committee nud then iven KlfKoVarfons publishers When tho lcssoiX is printed in tho various tars iV has a wide distribution If reaches tfie Sund y school schoLir in o variety of forms It may be handed out byithe teachei in tho shape of a leaflet or it may como as a supplement to a rc QigioufJr for secular weekly The com mcnts and explanations cf tholesson Ire diflfcrcntlublishiicssoii committco has arranged a course that will cover tho Scriptures in six years v It is estimated that fully 20000000 copies of tho international school lesson aro used each SundnyI various parts of tho world Of they must bo selected to meVt a of demands nod tho committee uiako them generally acceptablearietyII thi9 end they give a hearing iS jhdr selections to the organizations such as tbo Institute of Sacred Literature tho International Primary Tcachejsl union the American Sunday School union the Lesaon Writ Of TKJIWE ers und Publishers union and to do tiomlnational eocietlca fcter tbo di verging views of these ossociat iona bate becri expressed tho Committee consider their recommendations atd give them as much satisfaction as possible mho sessions of the international con vcnrlou will be held In tha beautifnJ new Tremont temple which was ro ccotly dedicated and in tho Park Street cHurcE Two sessions will bo held each day fcr three days Dwight L Moody tho evangelist will have charge of the spenkforStrict church On tho Sunday prerious to tbo open pnstorsU1rongbout ISugland aro to preach sennous or deliver addrcRsca containing Ibo story cf tho crigiu and work of the convention and of tbo plans for Sunday echool work in the future It is an interesting story too The first national convention vras heM G4 years ago in Chatham street chapel New York Only 220 delegates vrem present representing but 15 states iujbo Union At tho rcmiujz convention each cue of the 15 states and nprc4rl1hcLTheKew Jersey was the first president The first international convention was held 42 years later in May 1875 nt Baltimore Kcv Dr Gcorpo A Pelt p1fsidenttho movement has gone forward with increasing power nnd magnitude The leading clergymen of nIl denominations have taken an interest in tho work and some of cur most prominent pnblir men havo taught Diblo classes in the Sunday school Chairman B 1 Jacob who has been in tho movement for mny yearn and wjirso cervices have been largvly instrnmoutul ia iti growth 4nd prosperity is u Chicago business man Ho is nn iudofatigablo worker and has nt his finger tips all the detail of tho big organization which ho llus Jiclped to build 0 T BATTEB Wld Tires CompaUory The Bloomingtcn Ills city council BIS adopted an ordinance making it compulsory for teamsters to provide their wugons with wide tires as the hauling of heavy loads on narrow tires damages th bziok paving An ETC Eden The HttV hamlet of Alicotcn Jeffer son county Wis enjoys the distinction at being the nlr WUcotuIn tettlemeut nt 1JDrsize lIboa WODUll JC ide1 or inhabitant qUtg9 ns platted p Jet ago 1atnennftcrliA tinthettJera YIHoodsrlp2irlngshopifaapi ahundred men It U Ipowrn IQ Mhe town without j tfenau Qhica X bne nap cf Put lriM pet csbich mndctbefrfirst entJ1aromany qunrters Not cnly rugs but dresses and men a rois can bo mnde out of this pc hlJl Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain JterctlTy rx as inoreify will mirojy destroy tho sense of smell anifcolnpletbly derjingetho wbtilosyMcii when onterlng through nmcotnt Bnrfaes Unch article pIj dainngo they will do is ten fold to tho 11111111IIl J Cheniy A Co Joiwlo O contains no menury and is taken internally actinu diretlly upon the hinud and conn MurfaceH of tlio HVhtem In Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get Ibo goiiuino It iif Uikfcn ioteaitallv and mad in Toledo Ohio by J Cheney A Co Testimonials frcp IdfSol by drrgrsta nrice 75 cents bottle Sir Jump Ionlne an old 8oldlocro siittngat Monroe Mich was Boverely utllicted with rhoniinuisin but received prompt relieftom pain by using Chain berhnila 1ain Balm Ho HalFlIt times inv back Vfmld acbo so ladly tbot- I cojlld hardly rniao up If lad not gotten reliof I ivonld iot bo hero to wrlto these few lines Chamberlains Pain Balm has done Inc n grot deal of good aud I fettl very thankful for it BtUklens Arnica Saivo- The best Ralvo in tho world for cntu bruises sores uicors wdt rhfiiin fnver sores tuttcr rhhpped bands chilblains pmI1theyIt is ginimntcd to give sat llrnltiOIl or monev refunded 1iico per boxjit Ilmvdou t KobertsonsDruu Stoic MothciH will find Cbnmbei Iains Cough Rcmedv especially valuable for croup and wlioopingcoiigli It will give ro tnpt relief and is sufoand plcasint We havo old it for s voral yean and it 1ms nevor filed to givo tho m 8t perfect Hutisfac Hun G W LUuhimU DlIliue ne 1a ii3t pain in tlip lmck tlcaJJlo cn thoniontb and a dragging down IItu In tho 16iiu is ct cdVbIt o tbatuiin hit prom tlyicihcd led Xeats IjixatiAo natures remedy a lx ttlcSwt IhY Sheriffs Sale FOR THXESIOn Monday June 22 1890 ThC8ain6 being Connty nrt Dav1 will olfer at the Court UO door IIII Hprih lleUf Ky to the hijjheHt hl derj the following dewribod pro pm ty or so inneh thereof as will pay tlio tsixcs nnd ctMla due ino as Hherill of WiHliiiinton County Ky from Hie persons in wlioA IUHUt prollert lltitld for lor the ycais and atnoiuita nut opposite their iiHincs nIle tlolT acres of Jsnd In district 4 fyr lh05 5 40 Rndosl Win V CJlllia ncrcs In district Xo4 Uix due for IttS f and COlt Mary Halm 40 aercH of land district No4 lax dno for 1M5 and lOot Thos e Monlffinir ry 40 neres of land in No4 lax duo for 1SJBWIW il Jl and cost John II Ijiml ert nere of land In riot Xo tux duo for mitt ftW untl IJ Prathcr ncroa of land In dis trict No 4 tax duo for and cost Win Simpon 7 acres of land in dis trict No lax duo fur lhr jyY and cost Trent Ilnlli 20 acies of land In diMtrict No j00tax ami iost 47ft Klliott Heirs acres of land in district No tax and 101 JOHJI T CIIAYI ioii 8 W llv Kd MaHtr II HIX X AtN a y l FREE v We hnvc mode nrrnupement lor ajunitcil number ot year ly subficriitiuna to tho 1 LADIES HOME1 I WEAL t5 An illustrnttd monthly maga- zinc published at Chicago l t CHituining Btcries Sketches r nmlovorything interesting for f rir i now to tlio KKWSLKADSU who pnys otlvnncIto iREi Our number is limited and first come first served Address all communications to Evl DfiYISON J 11 e 7 7 I CANCER UREO AH1X A LIFE SAVED TJytho Persistent Use o- fyers Satsaparilla I was troubled for years with nisore on my knee which several nothingjphysicians who treated me called a n last resort I was induced to try Ayers Sarsnparilla and after tak ing a number of bottles tho soro generntheallhtreatmentr until the sore was entirely healed Since then I use Ayers Sarsaparilla occasionally as- a tonic and bloodpurifier and in deed it seems as though I would not keep house without it Mrs S A FIKWJS Bloomfield la AYERSThe Only worlds Fair Sarsaparilla Axfrs Pills Regulate the Liver iritre jriirciliin annnul outlay f 5100 to insure 1 fuullv tijist nny HorSous conseiitionccs from lit nttack of IKIWO complaint during the year there uro many who would it tlicir duty lo my it that they could nut amrrl to risk their lives nnd tlioxc 6f tlioir fnntily for siiih an amount Any one ran mt this insttranco for rrn that being tho prirP of a lofilc of imil riiiinN Colic ro era Itnt1 Jiarrhdrei IJenicdy In al most rvrry iieittjilwrgooil one died from an attaek of lioxvtl cotiinlnint before tudicinoootilfl be procured or a phyuiilan suniiiioncd One crt 100 nrtlitnlrIto tnko the riskfor so stnili an iUiiMiint iVitiy not be your MiddleQmanovn IPay but ono profit between maker asd user Bod thatabtnalljustono Our Dig j Page Catalogue and Buyers Oulde prores that lt3pos lble Weighs 2vi pounds T2CoiilutraUons describes Rod tells tho oneprofit price of over articles everything you use We eondlt for ISconts thats not for the book but to pay part of thopostaRpor oxpressago and Keep off Idlers You cant got It too qnlctt MONTGOMERY WARD 4 CO The Storfe of All the People Illno Michigan Ave Chicago PRESCR AUTHOBIH tS OUSHMASS KEHTHOL H LEI COLDS I CATARRH SORE THROATU ORIPPE HEADACHE 01IIL HsiJ or ftrcal ruIto r r1 nsrIb 7 tJIw 1101 utJ 111111 nllr rill t yut 1 t j I w u kr FLU UZA IInit c IAI t lAT fP IVt SEA SICKUESSI IIhW= =1JfI l7 J r Iw hit Jo L = If f n th01 BIlDiniB r ir = ftgn1 n rcr J u n tw rllIl n Brl Gosinianrs Menthol Balm HANDSI nlfCCWORYI SpfcUllr tor Jnlck ttr44Tt Pain Jloloct IntbmlllUinI r f r r It nlm n n111 rt 0 f l Ifrimcaoiiot Rftll of your ilninUt for ui Iradlnc UroftltO iDRac r HI DxrWn t f1nrAOoI II OST IN 0UANTJTY 6EST IN QUALITY WHITER CREAM VERMlfUCEFOR Has tod all WORM Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD JJff ALL DRVGCUUTS e rrf ftrtt ttlIT tons i rWfttk oycs nro niado Btrtmjt Ulm vj ton Is inndo clear ttyea nro removed and I granulated or sore eyes of any kind niho npcedily niid vlTfctuidly cured by the ol Sutherlands liigio Eyo Ally pufup In tubes and sold ono nanmtco by nil dpiiFcre For sale by Unydun Itob rh nDt ijbt3 f t WATERLOO Orouehy Wa Solely to BUme For Uie Downfall of Napoleon Napqtoon Would liavo won itib bnt Projcntcd nBInot nYo lint to fisht two battles at nnoo Fov persons reatlzo jthat tho so called bnttlo of Waterloo xvns in reality donblo battle some what like Jena and Aoeistndt Kn VnterloOI1of tho Prussians lie was forced to go 11cttheroj tho Prussian army leaving to Noy 1tho conduct of tho troops at Water It iis a well known maxim in war that a very great or decisive victory cannot bp gained unless one commander rnakcS a serious blun der of which tho other tokes imme diate advantage It is cry evident that tho fact of tho emperor hav ing to flght two battles at once in stead of concentrating his attention on ono alone enormously increased tbo possibility of a mistakp More over Napoleon lie not havo tho ablo lieutenants of his former earn paigns Desaix Klobor Lannes and Bessicrcs were dead Massena aiid Hacdonald had taken the oath of al legiance to tho Bourbons not Murat NnpoIconsforo imperative To Grouehy alcno all binmo must bo attributed for Tiad ho prevented the union of tho Prussians with Ibo English the em pcror would havo had to flpKt t only ono battlo at a time and could hnvo attentionIIn tho second place Napoleon would not havo been forced to fight arlilicsjtwo to ono against him Eo wonld havo had 7J 047 Gocsoldiers pitted against a raw undisciplined army of 07601 men under tho Duko of Wellington which was not only in ferior in rncro numbers put far in ferior in morale and experience Tbo chances would havo been greatly in favor of tho French Then too tho French army was commanded by thu acknowledged mneterof modem warfare whoso brilliant successes at Rivoli Marengo Austerlitz Jona Fricdland Wagraui tho Borodino and Dresden had dazzled tbo wholo world Until then Napoleon had never been defeated in any great de cisive battlo except Loipsio and tho French were strong in tbcirconfl doiica of tho emperors success Two of the Lest writers on tho Waterloo cnmjKiign HhawKcnnedy and Si bourne both Englishmen concur in saying HInt had Grouchy kopt tho Prussians away ttbo English ar my wonld have been badly bon ten This view is also held by tho ablest writci of all Mr Ropes United Service Review Tlufllnn- Fluffing is tho slang or shall itIo a known effect of tho mechanical in somoI1ln nigh- tj their roles Hero aro two amusing examples of tho kind WhonMrss Fanny Colemnn was exciting Londoners to mirth by her excellent comedy acting us the Duchess of Bcr wicU in Lady Windermcmb Fan sho ono night added unwittingly tbo burner cf her performance by tho following transposition of words In the first net thu duchess who is about lo coiQdo to Lady Windcr mcros married son a pieco of scan dnl in which her daughter is too young to pnrtiriiUTo ought to say Agatba durlinc go and sit on tho balcony ami look at tho sunset Tho dear ohild is so fond of sunsets unotuIousBunsot nnd look nt tho balcony Tho dear child is ao fond of Of what indeed nut as consciousness of the situation dawned upon tho actress faco tho audience broke into a tu nltplnusoI Miss Marion Terry wna giving nn order to n stage footman sho gently but firmly communde him to tho in tense amusement of everybody on 4tho stapvto carry Uio tent into tho bunsLonc1ou Gentlewoman ITho Value ot Iuo Cold Wt r fresh bold water is ono of tho most valuable disinfectants in jsmuch ns it is n powerful absorb ent Every sick root should havo a largo vessel of clear water frequent ly renbwod placed near tbo bed or DbIIn its evaporation it softens and tempers tho atmosphere doing away with tho dryness whioh Is trying nud depressing tonn invalid or oven to persons iu health for that mat tor It bns frequently boon shown by ribtual experiment that troubled tiecp and threatened insomnia nro cqrrootetl by Jo simple a thing ns Iho placing of nir open bowl of WR Jer near tho sufferers head Pitts ourg Disparoh Tbero nra nearly 10060000 chlldreu In schools in the United States nearly 14000000 in pqblio schools nearly 400000 teachers Christmas is respected by Mohamme dan oolioiiB tboughnotubserxed It Is coDsnkrcd second in sanctity to the birthday f Mohammed- WtufliFngton is npxcitheMGity of Chnifclics II haviug over places of Worship Ayithiii Its JfmittiDf tho Above number 52 belong to thdMotbodiits 46 to the Baptists und 21 t thePrel byte risirsr Yf 4f o J irto i 1wrr Ar J= What I tJ 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