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t-Pastor Sfl rvic5 on b Fipjtand tjlrd SIp1dj Irieach irinth II m wji fp ta PRKSBYTERIAN CHURCH Kfiy R E O LoPtorSe vices every Kundiijratnsvm nmVRpm i Pnyjr Meetj ttjjjvsrj Thnnvlay nlglit t c4svm14c CIWRCH- 5tev1 VILnncsyPithr B rvlce Tt j Budiiay f8 and 10 oclock a ir te icu iflt Srijorsathe hour v s1PRKTERKSt ORDERS MioitonGeSpr1ngIIeM1OdgO Nu i eotsd Lon4Monf ylneaeh mouth Washington R 6Vhapt r Ko27mctI j every third Monday Il prlngflflld Council So 52 meets every tctt5Jitund KrI P Meeta cvery cond and foarthMcnda lu cacb month KXGDJt Meets every r grit WednSgay of each njontb ir 4j j cuwrrDRECTORY IcUICOUflT djcultboart jSeglns anthe fourth lion diy In Iobiry1 Way aad0ctoher eElaUetwn Judge rW B Swe CommonweaitUJlttorney F MCamjibeUYOlwk T W Shatns Hasvir Commissioner tl OOARTHRLY COURT Quarterly Uoartls holdcn the third YonI J gy ia Jaanary April Jul nnd October y Jotb Wn Vmpson JuJ 1cv COUNTY COURT- Canaty Court meets oa too fourth Moo Y iIn oach eontr4 JactWThoinp on Judge TTP Hooker County CleiJc LltThurmim cbuncr Attonioy J R Smith Jaltcr sr crilycrott RherHP AVRcThurman HBPdrell VDoputUs ill Masters JamoaF Moore county Surveyor A7 D 8najp AS5C SOt Jf2ntAliC41tootyTrir4oret ffih i s J aprnp1GtrLbbIREOTOIl oH IPoll aJ 1 P Jjf ihn raoo Matsbel JfOIrUlty ttorney i UtTlOfOOURT Justice courts jroheld in January April Julf aadO tobvrV t iOFPersonal EnfeE MpnKO medical reference book- tpany peracm aflHttedi with any specli1 hronld oriiclicatdt ulceaso poctillHr to their sex AddrtM the leading physl lana and jRurucpns of tkc United States lr llatbawoy ift Co 70 Dearlwrn street Chlca o MFTY DOLbARS A WBRK 13ASILY I MA UK ARentB wtmtctl in every lo I cality forJloui W J Bryans rcnt und I oy9kTho IiratUattls rho bet aellorr eyernroduuod Agents aro tak lug aEdinyori1rsti5e1 week Ik ware otifrauilvlaiit imitailoiiK fteiid for 4 InUit wa 3 if J4rKnfe 6jer W COKEiO3tiNY HiMlShers Wl r r1d n8treClttI118 jio oJri r ftaSioind ftie best only 1 good uotig1W J4Ll tho qiilkoet- I and longest rolTef without caylng coy evil aflor olFocts Dr IJtlls rcppcrailnt Chill lofM tjitiJll It doeafuot rack- your bincs and shockyour ThrveL Tao it iflBOotl iorcaultiichllUandmalarla dlsalpel1r rlIoWbroro t1Qtln fill1a p tar acprfng T1i 1trtfrCrl nra t40und p liono r1chcd bloodicowd UwLi jinet no Oiif QDt3 AND ENDS OF GOSSIP TIMES That times dre HARD than usual this yearS with the young men about seemfici to be proven this week when the call was made for a crdwd from here to attendee opening hop at Tatham Springs which occurred on Tuesday night The hop at Tatham every spring has been cORsidered one- Ot the big society events and it has been the custom of the Springfield young man with a best girl and some without one to take it in This year how ever it is different as a young man sadly remarked not that the alluring waltz or the quiet stroll under the shaded bowers at Tatham have lost their charm njor have the girls grown any less fascinating but the fact is there are few young fellows about town who can stand the financial strain of buggy hire board bills and other expenses incidental to v trip to the Tatham hop At least that is what they think andnpt even the sight of isliirg0nirnber of young couples from Lebanon and other towns passing tthrough here to take M the event could tempt thel Springfield dude to open his heart The hopnotwIthstand ing however was I understand quite a success there being aI good crowd of people on hand from Harrodsburg Danville and Lawrenceburg and neighboring places ApviCE An exchange GOOD the following excellent licn1bletofellows who stand in front of the postoffice to show their shape and those who stund sneaking near the church door oc school House door to sort o catch a glimpse or catch on as you start fqr home are not the ones you should marry They Will do for you to ruin yourself with or split your reputation on but boys who have the stuff in them that make moral lovers and deserving husbands dont do things that way Ifyou have no higher aim than rubbing hair oil marks from the best dress you wear or doing double work in after years for your board be scarce with out door waiters The young man who catches his girl out of doors generallY leaves her there when he is through with his little game The young man who ex pects to have a home always goes in the house and does the manly sensible thing and you will be better off to remember THE FARMER I not I ROBBING the poor honest farmer has been catching it again and that a tobacco ware house at Louisville has been convicted robbing him in the broad open light of day by fraud in the handling of his tobacco It is no wonder that the farmer complains of being abused for now it develops that he has just cause to kick The tobacco raiser has for some time had a sus picion that he was being system atically but perhaps legitimate ly robbed by the warehousemen but to have the fact openly re vealed that at least one ware house has been caught in the farmje1sa sad aid discouraging blow The farmers should take heart liowever for the members of this firm Wave been severely dealt with by the other ware- housemen who compose the Tobacco Exchange and they will not be allowed toeS do business aixy more in Louisville at least i rNTEIlTAINMEKTS Among the L entertainment to be given soon is one now being prepared by some of the members of the Presbyterian church It will be given on the night of the 25th pst at Sty Dominic Hall and th procesds go to the benefit of t t the church Tha entertainment will consist of a refined little comedy whoso characters are said to be excellent In con nection with the comedy there will also be a negro minstrel itstc in which quite a large num ber of wall known business men about town vill take part Re henrsals have been going on for some time and the production will bo an excellent one no doubtSFRUIT A fortune is I MORE some good man with enterprise enough to start a firstclass fruit farm in this county It is surprising for a county so well adapted to fruit growing that so little attention is patti to that branch of agriculture here There is always a good local demand in Springfield for fruits in easqn and the mer chants make a good thing of it by ordering fruits from Louisville to supply the local demand- A good fruit farm near town would pay well from the start if properly conducted For moro then a hundred years the Shaken h aro been studying tho reme dial properties of plants They have tnudo many discoveries but their great cst achievement wan mad lost year It IlK a cordial that contains already dl Bested food am is a digester of food It is effective in removing dkdrreft after eating and creates tin appetite for more food nu that eating become a pleasant Palo thin people toeeomo plump and and healthy under Ilk It arrests tho wasting of fotixunipUnn Tlieru been Iil1oh a tcp forward In lh nonrI of indigestion thin Shaker Your drugutat will lie glad to glvu you a little hook Jescnptlve of the product ulStorlon i IIFrom Our Regular Correspondent BOUN To the wife of J N Boblett on the 7th inst a girl At the school election hdld on last Saturday Logan Shehan was el9cted trustee In District No 30 Fairview P A Lyddan Jr was elected in Mooresville school No 2 Mrs Kate Romizer of Louisville is visiting relitives here and at Bookers this week Farmers are replanting and planing in a hurry to be ready at wheat harvest which is near at hand i there will be a bountiful harvest of wheat if nothing happens J R Moore was in Shelbyvillei last Saturday on business There was a largercrowd than usual attended meeting at Now Hopo last Sunday and hats why there were many nice ones and tho dear ladies looked their best under them- Business is brisk at our store awl blacksmith shop tooIMr C A T chased a new bindar and will cut wheat for his neighbors this sea son Mr Gabe Roightly who pur chased the farm owned by P A Lyddane Sr has had the build ings finished up and repainted aided a handsome fence around the yard and improved the farm wonderfully since he hS purchased it which shows he is an up to date farmer 17 B Bqblet sold to B J Set tie eight shoats averaging 87 lbs at ll 25 per hundred It is predicted that Miss Kate Snauhty will teach at the Mnores yillo scboolhouse and Miss May Carrico at Fairvievy Bath of the schoolhouses are within aj mile and a half of this place Hogs are still dying of cholera in this section Mr George Benham pf Ark ansasarrived his brother Alfreds home on the 7thi They haye not seen ea bother for fiftysi years A healthy appetite with a perfect di gestion and assimilation may he secured by the use of AyerH Pilln They cleanse aud strengthen the vrholo alimentary canal and toinove all obVtrucUfna to tho natural functinns nf either sor i Without any uiiplcasaut ffecta TA f WITH OUR FARMERS = Notices atock need or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this col umn ruts or Formnra arc re quested to send in stock or crop items fool publication F D Spottswood tho welt known horseman of Harrodfiburg try will try a novel experiment in offering horses for sale on a trip eastr which ho proposes taking He intends taking with him a line of photographs of horses which will be accompanied by certificates ot soundness conformation and speed trials which he will show to prospective bnyors Danville Advocate fit-At a late horse sale in St Louis there wore many Eastern buyers present and their purchases were heavy A number of St Louis lovers of good horses also shpwod their appreciation of tb o sale by naming ome of the hlgberpricea TheyraugoclfromellO- to 1100 tho latter flguro being the pric paid by L M Newgrass of Chi cago for Wakebell a sevenyearold by Bell Boy he by Belmont out of Alnete by Almont Mr Newgraes will uso Wake bell tor show purposes 1JteygeldIjngsbrown geldings 81X650 A black geld lag tOld for tl5O another fqr 20b and still another for 8235 Tbreo teams sold for e335 8950 and 8560 respect Ively A sorrel gelding sold fOle31 and a roan fur 235 A team of sorrel mare brought 8335 Eleven other geldings told ioi prices ranging from 8200 to S400 and flyo teams brought from 250 to The highest price- paid for a mare was 305 which was a jet black animal and went Ill slnglyI ila T B Gritton who represents tho Rice Givens tobacco ware house L uiBvl1e informs us that the tobacco crop in this state will be 60 per cent less than that of last yeaJI and in this county 50 per cent He is of the opinion that the great wave prosperity will hit those who have a good crop of the weed this year He also said that the result will be that I n Lt year every fellow who has afoot of ground will put it in tobacco and the largest crop in the history of the state will be raised and poor quality and low prices is sure to follow and that sonic of the growers will hit the ceiling Harrodsburg Democrat ttI- t is generally believed that calf prices Will be higher than usual this summer on account of the strong de mand from tho country Not only this but the supply at market is like ly to be curtailed for the same reason that makes the demand good Farmers who are short on cattle will be very apt to keep their calves to to replenish the doimated eupply of cattle Young stock are scarce s1 well as old ones and the demand for stock calves is growing as the scare ity becomes more apparent says the Brooders Crazette i The outlook for crops not comforting Corn is not showing a g adi stand and the cold weather has that which Ie up looking sallow and un promising though tiomo fields aro looking fairly well Wheat what there ta of it is promising hut tho acreage is not large and a big crop is impossible Tobacco ia without friends in this section and a very small crop will be ret Oats and grasses arc spotted in some sections where rain has boon sufficient they aro doing well but in others whore rain has been insufficient the pros pect ic poor Pasturage is flue and cattle bro beginning to take on fat very satisfactorily If the weather proves favorable most a crops havo a chance to greatly improve and yet make good yields The weather lacks tots of being warm enough to meet farming demands Glasgow News Mr U Htilhjonn merchant nf Turn plco lit writes August Jb9lhool ovs Kidney Carols iiiettlng with won derful sncvess It baa cur Ionie cases here that phyHlulans pronounced incur ahje I myself nm able to testify to its merjts My fact today in a living pie- tureof health and Fojoyn Kidney Cure has mao it such I had aufff red twenty nyen v Plnl with the disease and today I retl ten years ycunpor than I did one vear jttfu I can obtain Bomo wonderful ccrtilwattsnfUs medical iu UlieB For Rule by Hflydqn k1Roietao- nMACKVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent Aunt Polly PeUr i on the aiclr list this wjek WC B Anderflon and wife pf L uiiOaioyliliflg relatives here this week Rev B F Cosby and family left Inst Tuesday lortheteubiu atOld Fort after a plessaisi9fafewi days with Mrs Malvina BichajrddOu Miss Lula Trent antI Miss Mary CtieitljaJn of 1Vlllj burg are at tending the NorraulK MmeI V Js4r Miss Lizio McFutndge rhas re turned from a risit to Harrodsburg and has been quite ill for several days Some of the teachers of this place will attend tho examinations next Friday and Saturday Ed Dorr returned homo from Illinois lost week The protracted meeting t ChJGrave close 4nst week with quite a number ot Conversions and ad ditionaSRev JE II Godboy and family of Perryville are visiting Mr and Mr Z P Leachman at Pleasani GroveIMAPLE HILL Prom Our Regular Correspondent We attended the chiMrens day services at Camp Ground Sunday June 13 Tnis is an idealjspot sit unted in a shady bower on the right bank of Beech Fork An idmir able program was rendered m such a way aato reflect great credit on the committee Mrs Kate Styles Miss Bell Wukefield ani Miss Mar gie Neal The audience was llarge and attentive Thes church was profusely decorated and presented a handsome appctance Miss Bell Wakefield presided at the organ1 with the assistance of the choirren dertd some select music Misa Ella Shaunty after a de Iightful visit DfflaVKaliwttkB with Misses Martha and Grant Hays has returned to home at Freder icktown We enjoyed the Frodtricktown letter last week By the way we have witnessed a few such events Tho wife of Mr Henry Boblett died Tuendayt June 8ad was buried the following day at tke Cutup Ground cemetery The rattle of the mowing machine heard on every hand The clover lis this is a large one and a great deal of it has already bcun harvested A typographical error occurred HI our Utter last week It should have rend Saturday night Sept 1 on which tho memorable toll gate raidwas inadelTho mistake was yours brother Your letter records tne same late this weekas last but it did not mention that jit Was on o Saturday night The Grandest licmeJy Mr R B Greeve rnenlant of ChilW wie certifies tlmt ho hUll cunsuin ption was irlvon up to UIo HoDght till medical treatment that unncy oould procure trle l all c jugh remedies ho could hoar of but pot no relief spent xiiaiiy nights witting up In n nhuir was Induced to try Dr Kings Now Discovery and wax ctiicd by the use of two hot tlet For past thrcti years has bcenllt tending to buwincis and yn Dr Kings Now Discovery Is tho grandest remedy forIUon It dont full Trial b ttes freo at Hnydon RubiTtsou Drug Store TEXAS Fiom Our Special Corresponden- tAs U has been fometime since our town has been represented in your valuable paper will avail myself of this opportunity and write a few lines News is scarce and time woailier has beon verv warm the past lew days Miss Ina Klmberlm is visiting friends in Morgantown- J S Claybrooke of your town was at homo Sunday Mr Ernest Mansfield of your town washero Monday ia the ins tercst of the Texas graded and common schoolsSW v Claybrooke and sister Mill Bessie spont tbo day with Mr Palmer Grundy and family last SaturdayMiss Greer who has been visiting Miss Mancy J Williams of JBardatown returned homo Tues day accompanied br Miss Williams who will visit her MrBseveral days Mr Jacob Peterson in New Yutk onbusiness f V Mr Berry SUQ makor of Meek viilewaBJn o qrhmdst Sunday I Mf s Atis ant Lawrence burg who has been visUingthei family of ReV W M StalLngsre JQrn d to her home Wednesday Mi Bettie P bo entertained the C 1LN1L lust Tuesday even ipg1n4iuzsurofMITrentS UenrPeUKpn wotsffbugS- SS i i Ilefn Louisville is expected home Sunday spepd a few days Squire Walker who is running a rancb6ie here fur W D Row land Co of Danville went u1to sco his family Baturdny I Mr C F Bosley has retntned from the city where he had len with his crop of tobacco Lesleys tobaccu averaged itI all around thus receiving the eat average ofthe 189 crop his best hogehead bring ngS2150 Something to Know It may be worth something to know that the very Dent medicine fur restor ing tho tired out norvoiiM system to a healthy vluorl Electric flitters Tills nfcHllclne is purely vugetable acts by giving tono to thou no centera in the stomach gently stimulates tho liver amid kidneys and aids ybcso organs In throw jog off Impurities in the blood Electric Bitters improves the appetite aids tit gcstlonand Is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood puri fier and nerve tonlq Try It Sold for and Itmit Hay l in t RabcrtconB KEWS NOTES No report could possibly ex aggerate the magnificence f ths crops of Texas this years Ys a Dallas 4ispatcb to the N w Orlea jis TimeeDeniocrat From the Sabine 10 the Rio Grande ad ld River to the Quit such yields of teryihing were never Icnowniaiuce thelLone Stsa4rose from the bloody timfis of the Alamo The astonishing pan of it Is that Western and Pan handle Texas are to the front with as great crops as the northern middle and southern por tions There has not bean a bucket of wheat or oats destroyed by storms and rain in any county sensational reports to the contrary Corn is made roasting ears on the market Cotton is looking tine It is being chopped to a stand Wagon- loads of ripe peaches awl all manner of vegetables and berries and car loads of water melons are offered jon the streets every day in far greater quanti ties than can be sold Glasgow Tines Bob Jolly sawIIt was bought in that year by the grandfather of the Otter 1Brosville merchants who are no spring chickens at this writing themselves Mr Otter the grandfather shortly after moved to Kentucky and brought the saw with him Mr Jolly has owned the saw for lortythree years The rear wheels of the wagon in which Mr Otter made his trip to Kentucky trom Vir ginia are still to be seen on the place of Mrs Caleo Freeman in the Cave City country These are about 100 years old Harrodsburc Sayings The white clover crop in Mercer county is immense Bluegrass pastures look like 8 snow storm had passed over They say that a fine honey year is measured by the amount Of white clover If this be true this year ought to boa red letter one m the apiary A Mississippi hermit who lives in the hollow of a tree pro dicta that tho wqrld will come to an end with McKinleys adminis tration says the Atlanta Con jtijutlon TJie negro sihere are anxious to know if they can prevent it by voting the Deaosratio ticketSASSIGNEE SALE The magnificent farm of A Bi Cooper containing about 235 acres situated on the erryvllle pikeHonda4da half miles from Springfield If not sold sooner privately will be offered at public auction at Courthouse in Spring field ountyCpiirt day in Aug ust 1897 Terms reasonable Fop lcuei or rite AlecHamiltoFredericktownKy KyKbbert Clements Spring field xr the undersigned I T V9 SIMMS Assignee- S 1 rA B COOPER KUoratQToor oweieWithCsaesreS Candy Jntimrircrc1urercoiiiillpmloa freteS r1JQCC lr turtI t r u 14 tt jsL 5 = t HowtOPInOutt Fill atettloer thi IiuIpeSIlisntors6ttIff fndlcalca a diseased condition of the ildneya When u8nos ktdn4lroufior f pain In the hackvJVcasa convincing i roo yi i tnekidncyiSiaadblaader artf out of t order WiLttTODGr There Js cii ton IntBp knowf edgft toof tenS eilfosd ttsir rtUtners StarnpRoot th5grcatfkiahey remMj fulfills ever wisht n reliving paii 4tfreljaqkiadji8 te flyer c bladrand evorypatt of tlhxunnary pISsaevt corrects t Sold nrInotl- inU sffulrJtr pauthgltnr adetfacts folio ffin use of li uprV wlneor ritaadeveff pines that unpleasant nscessftyf of being torn polled to pet up nmany UpjcaS durinrrtfio niRhfto irJaate TbQ mljdand oztraordioarr offecl of SwampHoot ia soon realized ItVabdetbe1irtctforfts Wbnv JIcures olt emoa distressing caserp llJouneed 1ml1dieInoJon8h qt have best uywyj druggIsts pcjbu Uli eti4andbnfe dollar Fof a saniplo bottle ahd pamphlet bohcntreoby nail mention NEWSLKADZB and send ypur full po offlee address to Dri Kilmer lc CoBIngir hathnrThopcrgnmiraiitco proprietors of IhSj r nulnenes qf lhii otfcricljt I ftflpemTh Every tjmp a dirty fclSroKcemi L drel Is swung herein the SjsulhV for cfespollingsome4mans h ppryv home and robbing it pf its sunS4bino and happiness thQpaper of the Kprth r isea gr at its atd cry about the putrageouf nessot the people of the south j call them barbarians and uiicfr ilised but when some tiScfcT i northein demon cmnntsacrtms they swinglilm qp just the same and say but little about it and think they have done thoirdufcy Human nature js Just the same inSbut iit depends to a great exteniJ otwnostt ox is gored The flab pie of Urbana biogaVJ thQdpeople of the South several points on lynching a few days ago Soverai thousand partici4 paled pJlthat occasion despit tho efforts of the mi1ithtVexasSPlow and Hammer v f COHSUHPTIOH Clff BR CURED s T A blocum Mtthe Great ChBmiit li f1ticiedcoveredRemedios tpJlire Con urnpt1onp and AU Iitfng yroutles Nothing cmi1il boD1ore fairer mora phll anthropic or Carry mor i3oy to tiienfhicttdSthan the offer ol T A BlocuinKM C ot- NewYdrkClty Oocfldcnt that ho ba jdlscovertd a relti able cure for consumption and nil bronchial and weakness loss offiech asS all condlt ions of vrasilng1 and to make its tjnat merits known ho wilt send free t hrca botV Jtics to any reader of the NnwElxiDtn who may bo suffering f Already tbls ptiW scientific cours jiit tSmediclno baspqrrnaneatlycured thousi nails of apparently hopeless cakes The Doctor consldewlt his religious duty a duty whieh bo owes to urna4Sdonate Tab lafalllhlo cure He lias prpved tho dreald conso np tlohj to be 3 cur bio disease 1byoitd anyd bSIud has on Hie in his jjwrt and uroi laboratories testtruuIii QrCxpe let ii from thoso henefltted tCiwsjtpaSof the world DonJJelay untuULs too late Gohsnmp t Con tmintcrruptcdmein speedy nod cStaindeath Addrvis T A SIocumM C J t PiUs SIcttNtv York andwfcsn writ ngthe Doo tnr give tpreas and nostoflloj address and please mention rcadliig tbfj artiriel in tuK KawsLzAnznS I Weik tufiJ f Hot weather wont cure weajo1 lungs Yaumay feel betterjbeiy t fthatop taking youc SCOttSi- i Emulsion because the wethezhappensfj tJ WatW IfYv1w- eak J throat a slight ackIngccough or some trouble with the brdncKjal tubes summer ia the best time to get rid of It If you areJolng flesh tjxere 19A till the more need of attention Weakness about the chestgnd lthinness should never gQlo tether One greatly Increases it the danger of the other Heal tKe throat cure the cough dJ i strengthen the whole system nQvIrKeep I taklngScpta7 Emulsion all summerl j101 bJuqrUltItnna d I1aiLsVoetibTo SuiUntt hair Beucwt Jens unquestionably thnbpst flrCiI4i4l hitWo of too lode It IS1l1 ciIattWm of i d5th1scalp tt j t i 1lLi p 4t c TL 1r 4t IJ THE NEWSLEADER iriNEWSLEADER EL DAVISON JR THURSDAY JUNE17 1897 ANNOUNCEMENTS IIFPR CIRCUIT JUDGE f Patteson t TTo are authorized to announce Charles Fat son of Taylor countY1l candidate for Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Dlstricjt composed of Mai1ciiWa5hThgtOfly Taylnr and Green coantiesj subject to action of tho Democratic party November election 1897 lisleh JlatinR received and accepted the iaminatInnfiou1 the Republican party of this Ch llltCourtJ1alcln1 District wiSfor thoofflca of Circuit Court Judge jour support Is respectf nlly solicited xv rjLISLE POR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT t Peter f Yare anthorzodW announco Or pnt JoWr as 1 candidate for Couny + Saperlntendftnt of vpubllc schools for Washington county subject to tho ao r7tlbu of the Democratic pefty Saunder t We are authorized to lannounco txulscJ- R Baundors as acaridldate for the offlee cr county Supejlntcndent Common Befools of Washington county subject tthosuportbf the vOters ot the county ancfrthe cudorsenientof allpoiltlcarpar offlOsh i FOR COUNTY JUDGE St Morganw w6 are authorized to annonnceW B Moan as a candidate for Countyjludge of ashlngtpn County subject to the actIon of thd publIc party FOR REPRESENTATIVE toSAVearo autborlzedfo announce James 1PHaf as a candidate for JJeprJsenta tlve for Washlntttdn Countyin tho LotI iir er House of the Kentucky Legislature subject to the action of the Republican iaaftYy uv Keelingisi i 3so are authorized lo announce W L jreSilugas a candidate for llepresenta ijyefojrWashlngtoaCountymthe Low ot House of the Kentucky LeglsTature L subject to the action at th Repub3lcan party P JUDcE JAMES HARLAN aC brother o Justice John M Har ilan0f t Supreme Court of the 3lr f United States was struclf by a ii Strain on the LoulsTille Render i Bon and St Louis railroad neat Louisvilleyesteday a din tantI 1 It iilledi The remains were j55 taJtenJo Louisville and prepared i r interment He was for years f prominent lawyer and was fur C several years Vice Chancellor ofr Uthe Jefferson Circuit Courtor ii The turn olke war iin GarrardI iS county is over for the present j the coanty court having hoistedI the flag oIf truce and leased tbeii pnlyremainipg gate today AllI thegates are open and the raid ers will be satisfied if the bonds carry in November But matter- t4 wilt bu worse after thattime I r V heyd not carry which willI rlikely i berthe ca easa two b1r1svota is required on thafct J iSsueIj THE Fiscal Court of Nicholas r county has bought lour turnpikes Thev County Judge has refuSedI ta grant guards on tbe Maysville l and Lexington turnplk on the I i3 ground that the cocipanyMdid not C accept tbe provisions of the nel oCOnstitut1leueflt from the Martin law I t p e CONGRESSMAN x GEORGE jto WHiTE of NortU OIWO1lfl1 te onjyC colored member off the House of Bepresentatives i Dearly sixi ieel tall weighs Aboutj 240 jrtouuds Js wejllpioportioned ishbwingfclhe best characteristics SSof Ills race IRe claims some lilt blood t as welt as Indian b and pe rovancestry i WJ BRYAI mad an addres before the Washington and tfeff erson literary societies of the p University of VIrginlarat Char7 lloltsyille The people from tfie II suyroundlngcouutry V rnedoutI si And he had an audience of 8000 tolflOOO Hisaddress was ct- J- 2 A PARDON has been granted f jjt Dr T J EoirtFanofMarIonno co nountyyeur sent ne for the killing obi his brother in law Sam Hays near jBilfty Statloh Dr TloorP tll4ted6r hIs term In the Bourbon CircuifCou1ri last vJTuesdayand William Wright colored were each sentenced to twelve ars in the penitentiary for at tempting to burn atollhouse on the Bourbon Harrison and Scott county road THE Hon CbasD Jabob las thdrawn from the Mayoralty race in Louisvillei leaving clear track for Hon Chas Wiayeror Hundreds of thousands havo beenjn duced to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy by nadlng what It has done for others and having tested Its merits for themselves are today Its war nest friend For sale by Haydon it Robertson Drug gIs thtA H Patter with F4C Atkins Co Indiapapolis Ind writeslit have nov beforeglyen i testimonial lu my life But J will spy that for throe years we have never been without Chambtirlams OCUe Cholera and DlarfigeaTRemedy In the house and my wife would as soon thInk of being without Hour as a bottle this Remedy In HiesumrAorseaHon Wo have usodJt with aJJ three of our children and It has nevurtaUpoto cuAnot palnj but ueabso In thielyw thhoHaydon 4 Robertson Sof AAfiAbWodlord orthecombine for the permatenl pro Section of the agriculture interests and thc immediate regulation ofth price of wheatanThe wheat crop of 1896 in the middle states his been entirely ex usted In toodfordcounty there scarcely a crop in the hands ol the farmers Several sales ofdamin aged wheat have recent1 been made here at 90auJ95 cents a bushel Why not V Bays the farmer8 ksk the Baine prie for our 1B97 crop80oh tbbo harvested The plan suggested by the pro moters of the enterprise is to isstfo a tocalltucky and Tennessee and such other states as may feel interested to meet in mass convention at their county seats on some date 1flngI the last week in June and elect a delegate from each county to meet m a bior tnstate convention at Louisville tbe first week in July for the purpose of establishing i nnd perfecting a permanent JJoard Farmers but with the immed la lotej agreement to withhold from the market allof tho present wheat crop for a peiiod of 30 or 60 days in the hope of forcing higher prices tkj growing wheat will be needed by the millers as soon as iit is harvested and as the northwest e fracome weeks later the farmers lee l that they are control of the situation and Ifenough can get togeth er that jftejy can starve outl the buyers until they get a living price for their crop A farmer trust iis rather a unique thing but why shouldnt the farmers combine 5aVersailles Sun Theres no use rhtalking says V H Broadwnll druggist La Cyguo Kaa Cbamberlaius Colic cholera nod BtaY hoc Remedy does the work After tak medidncH of my own preparation and those of others I took a do oof Cham berlaiua and It helped in of a second dose cured mo Candidly and bt oscientions dyf n the market ThejS and 50 cot v bottles for Halo by Haydon d ftobertsoii A Kew Postal Law Hereafer senders o1 IqiSeTE letters win be idemnilKfl agnrnst l aosst mastPTs fire daily expecting die promulgation f the new law signed By President Cleveland durlbgllie closing hours of his admiht8tTialtfppV It provides that no greater sum I than 610 can be allowed on any one lloUgJif andclaimants must show that the letter contained SlDin priler tb recover that amount The government has never before bien responsible fir registered lertersr though nmployes invrhoseliands Icwes occurred are in many caeca requirc to makegood nhy loss i Thousands of porehns us68Uthotlands Eaelq Eye Salvo wio never did have flora eyes It strengthens weak eyes makerf the vision cleaf and xlUtplfct It f5 nfco conVobIeut5 to use You ncodlt Tiyit 7ifr r 1 = Hercer Raiders Merc fre turnfjikei4do t BeeuUotyear the moblw Frj a tlrsplendidide tnrhpiJeci 1n1Ie foii1lai r lSiruVr tt threat from o taers tnso gates wrdiE cdntmued some time sincobut heir theii ffiWmJtt iIirfL they refiumfid toW llt titflluDder tjtectio of gdffrSsv Tlte 8UF pQ SiiOfll8 flrat The raiders fearing lift Attack the guards took yen fiejxnco by burnibi4be tbrkJpte A n6ticoflra postedon gate DOSflaaoV iDg1nto A A Wjrtlds place nenr th etheWidgeotifying the Directors of the road that this was th ftyyjwflJipg anti that their hii8es jjxnil Darns y14o next andheiri stock Buffer if he gates were not thrown open in Mercer StriDPDIt naIL Prod J Wens tolls about the prop keepingthem stringingbluoklour foot piece of obalklino tie a crossbar of wood tho size of a pencil at either end and then as fast as tho flali are token they are put on e lino by shoving one of the sticks up through the gills and out of tho mouth That method plays havoo With the gills of tho fish and very pftett tho fish dies in the water Where it should have lived for a considerable period Tho way Wens d csistd have a tight chain insteatPof n dhalklino i foot long and aba atone end to keep the fiSh from ajipping off heavypiecoofj ire is nttaqbod to theat it may 60lpassed through tho lower j w from the tratsifltf ahd out tiro mouth The ndvantdges of ttlii Qethod arc apparent The hls breathing apparatus iajjot in rodhnd it lives for a long while therobykeeptng jot bdA1 tamii Tbe chain is tfnWMn 6TtfrieV string sinco itrmay bo boiled at the end of each trip and thoroughly oJeonsedNew York Sun Which Dfd JThej DoJTim hostess hunted up the ho4 d whispered to him anxiously The receptions a dead failure Everybody is sitting aa mute as a statue Nobody is talking to any bo dyelowWhat doyou suggest he asked reply Shall wo got some one to play the piano w6bnllwo start a few gnmeaof whist4etroit Free Press ii fnlteieXVfcen Sorlello camo out Ton nysou remarked sajraWilirifi Vnrd iin the Tho New Roviejsy DouglasI Jqrrold said to me What has come j me Has my mind gone Hero is n poem of which I cant understand a single line Browning jbe added has a genius for n sort nnIalyzing the human mind And be poetsIwriting should be swet4to the mouth and oar which Brownings jis not There should be a glory of words as well as deep thought This ho has not got In his last work ho makes impulse rhymo with dim pulse Ho spoke of Brownings ve of London sooiotyI once told him that ho would die in n white tie and be rather liked it Their Choice Hero girls suid Mr Cumso to his daughters listen vhilo I read those pointers for young Indies Pointers IropUcd fliss Ethel Cumso derisively Girls dont cnre or pbintors Theyd rather have pugs Waterbury Tho Solution The bankruptcy court can boast some delightfully naive rejoinders How sir is it possible angrily demanded the opposing counsel of the bankrupt to live in the luxuri ous style you have affected on 200 year The witness replied with an air of justifiable pride that that was n problem to which ho had devoted considerable time in the intor oats of social ooonomy and the re salts of his humble efforts were nowboforo the oonrtSan Fran olsoo Arconaut Erorrbodj Says So JZoscnreU Candy Catlmrtlc tlicmost won crf ul medical discovery of the age pleas xut nnd refreshing to die taste act gently rholcl5cleanalngcure headache ferer hnbltiialwmsUpaUon and JilliousDCM Pleaso buy end try n box etc C C todny1O5tiUe nta thjidnnt I guaranteed to cure by ml druggists Sutherlands Eaglo Evo Salve is n4awI nd original in jMirle of package andI medical quuUticfi It is perfectly harm less contains no lead and is a guaran telJrl euro for granulated lids sore eyes nndstye t Rhenn1ltisfIs a blood disease aad only a bloodreme Jy can cure it So many people make tbe mistake of taking remedies which Lat best areonly tonics and cannot possi AsaSuuthIJ to relieve tnnpYJptent medicines but they did not seem to reach my trouble I gradually grew completely Real Blood Remedy yonhavvegetablerecommended y send valuable books worse until I WaS able to take my food or handle myself in any Wily I was absolutely Three bottles of SSS relieved me so that I soon able to move myright arm before long I could walk across the room and when I had finished one dozen bottles was cured and am as well as ever I now weigh 170 A SSS cures Scrofula Cancer Eczema c ta is for nothing else It forces out the poison matter permanent l We win to anyone our Address Swift Specific Co Atlanta GI un helpless p was GEMS OF THOUGHT No peace was ever won from Into by subterf ulkiu- Thorei8BMnaUce like the malice of e renegade MacauIay Rashness is tllQ faithful but unhappy parent of misfortune Fuller Life cannot subsist in society but by reciprocal concossionsJobnsop- Ileaauro soon exhausts us and itself also but endeavor never does Richtcr Political men like goats usually thriro best among inequalities Lau der Not to bo provoked is best but if moved never correct till tho fume is tpenCTor every stroke our fury striljoB is suro to hit ourselves ut last WilUtun Peuu Tim eaglo tho king of all birds II noted for its keen sight clear and dig tinct vision So aro those persons who Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for eak eyes Htyes soiVfoycs of any kind or granulated lids inld by nil dmler TAXrAtfERS ATENTIO All persons owingi late and county taxestome Us Sbertff are hereby notifled that they iiItitiyely must settle same at once orhave their property advertised and sold riMs is the last notice JOHN T CRAYOROFP Sheriff WO W J nol be your own MiddlemanP- ay bat onb profit between maker and ussr and that maUJl1tono Our Dig ago Catalogue and Buyer Outdo proves that Its possible Weighs 2K pounds 13000 lllastratlons describes oridtollsthoonoproflt price of over 40000 articles everything you use Wo send ItI for cento thats not for the book butI to pay part of the postage or expressajfo and keep off Idlers You cant get It too quickIBTATK or OHIO fmr orToLKDol 55LVCAFUANK J CHBNKY makes oath that ho iis tho senior partner of tho firm of F J Cheney A Co doing business In the tttv of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that saId firm will pay the sum of ONE llUpUIlED DCLLAKS for each and every ease of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh FRANK J ClmN lurolSworn to before uio and my presence this 6th day of lA D 1880 A W OLEASON I SSALNotary PuLIc Hallx CatarrluCnre U taken Internally and nctw directly on tho liloojj and mu ous surfaces of tho sybiotiir 3end for lostiuioniitls free FJCIIENEYtCOToledoOu- 1rSoid by druggt t875o Bucklcn Arnica Halve The host salvo In the world tor Cuts Bfuiw Sores ulcers Ulcers Salt Ithe um Fever sores Totter Iiapped htirtIIr Cellblalns corns and all skin eruptions and positively euros Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to givo per fect satisfaction or r n jiciri did Price 25 COltS per box at Ilaydon Hob orisons Drug Stoto For15aii1 it1trj J Yaicl BackUicorcaSv best epgproduelntr strain In tho wqfld Eggs 150 per 17 W Y POYNTER 1m Olaigowjit Eggs FoiySale bycopenEgga5 pairthat12MRSLock Box Danville Ky4 EGGS FOR SALE Hamburgsfrontstrain Blade Minorcas Northup strain 5i5Operl5MRS Y E McDANJEL Smiths Grove Ky Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema Tbe intense itching and smarting incl zillaycdbySkin Ointment Many very b id cases ItisnippJescbnppedand chronic sore eyes 25cte per boxI arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorsecents per package TThea Baby was flct we gave her Caswrta When tbo was a child rcri5d for 01stcx1B When she became 1Ibr she dung to Cutorla l1fhel1 she had riio gnvotbezacaatoria TV f IKE AtOLl IN ONE DAY TakoLaXHtlvo Bromo Quit In Tablets Vll druggists refund the money if It fails to curo200 For alo by Hnydon t Robertson and Waters it Browflo Iob 6limo A NEW ROOK KNITTING AND CROCHETING of 04 pages over 50 original designs illustrated beautiful llaco patterns shawls hoods Jackets etc tics been published by The Homo Milk St Boston Mass and will ents with a subscndtion to that paper The Home Js n 20page monthly filled with original stones literary and do incitlc topics and fashions Jt d part mont of Fancy Work is n specIal fftitnre now and original designs each Issue Tho pffJeartufcnJfta ecial Inducement to tri l1tlx bers a copy ol this book will bp givdn VJtha dlnonlhR Bubsic4ion Tho price If btfoHf is 25 c htscbut jOyriQfrths sub scrlption And bOk combined will le gent for cents Their annual premium Rat for will bo tent free on aj pUCk tionCASTORIA Por Infants and Children ntJc elll1P1tunm17ofMENPR WANTEDlrAITHFULf wspon In Ken Lucky Salary cud expenses 0 Hltloii permanent Reference Euelrsc sfilfnddicswd stamped envelope Thi N lcnJoNovNEWS LEADER 00 a year covTUQCisrtrr nsTu- Qe4imWORMS WHITES OREi- MVERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Romedief EVERY BOniEGUiRAHTEtD SOLD EVERYWHERE Fmtni KKBiaH 3 TABLERS BUCKEYE OINTMENT CURES NOTHINGjjitES uuIw ya iET IIEMEDYforPILU- HtdtBY ALval1 9JSTJtfBIKD n tCUtf Dont ToUera Spit sad mob lear Jft iaft To Quit toh ccc cailljr nod forerer be nur oTQniletrouK AU lruilsUiOoorSI Cure IUAr1n toed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Ca ChtrAcn or Nw York iT Sl KHRRICKDEALER IN BUGGY TOPS WHEELS ousgjoNS SHAFTS STURM APROUGGY WAUON HARNESS SADDLESFAKM WAGONS MACHINERY A PiJLbSOCK OP JANOY AND TAPLE 4GROeElnES HAUDWARE TINWARE GLASSWARE j k it ft t = I ff 3Rff1CQtODS1 i S it == t t f ti We are now receiving cur SprIFCcIcfswbracriing a great asscrtrrent of V r kI1ifSp sSDRESS GCOx S PERCALES WHiTE GCOPS t I DRESS LDUCKS TRIMMINGS GINGHAMS OROffif jf i IMBROJDER1ESS SEtc J 144 iiCORSETS GLOVES ANOrHOS1ERY Lj 0 Ils t GENTS FUBNISFINGS r t Including a large variety of Fancy Dress and NCfilige Shirtsi J fFancy and Plain Underwear Hosier and Suspenders i i 1 1 CLOTHING t J jtn3ndChildrens i prJcest Ji ertshown before lie sureyou eee our line before you buyclsowhcre J jjf Ses l aiiOESx fri isiDontfailfine shoes j and Drew Selby Cos women and children8 fine shoes There are IItino lines m th macfcct superior to these in fit tyland ear 27 L i CARPETS Etc 1f g We are showing tho greatest stock 9ff Carpets RjgsJ Linolgums Mattings Oilcloth tiicotany Boose in town Lace Cl1rrajnslJoanctsbadea in all prices Huridsomeat line shown Jn this town see for yourself y t WALL PAPER L toombiDaaftSC1ur ings in red green blue and purplts with porder and ccUings to match f We thank you for past patronage andmotwjnm i t t i dially solicit a good share cf ycur patronage r this year a t TJUGiEE4ra ftb I h DTJNC N w 7yII DUUTOS DEN AyDoysn t I ft cJ M BURTON CPI aJ i g MANtbnn iSDn er- tDre Birecte C e c CO fINS Hjl CASKETS ffBURIALf OF AIL KINDS FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answerea romptly day H lor it H rl The services of an EXPERJENCEprEMBALMER a Jgraduaie from aEcbcolof embalming Have been engagejd P t r I J J 1 t t 1ff TJIM BURTON a2 db HAGAN BLOCK SPRINGFlFp1Kt Jii li Pedd1orBEfgl I acle dYOJS0 IIIMifSSSeetB tac 1 c1esI Accurately Fitted and Guaranteed Satisfactory Work Yp lrt 11 rPr t 1prLtoIt I TWENYEARSEXPERIENCE 4 ii FINEST SPEQKSilifp S1LVoR it 0OOLUFROM fif f l oSlBOTO S4SO PER PAHa EDJVLRUSSELL 1111 IDSOME ILLUSTRATBDCATALOCIUl OF THE U51IESlIlumE33rdLOUISVILr kTHKvOinlafru PtOdurtskXsBOOMIHB4HORIHAND TEIEOWO- rarfBoret PEMIMIII 1pfti Xwrarftw tttio K Y y Low SsS J r P v 1 t u t J 4 i p TjIE NEWS LEADER 7 THE7BEWSLEAD R lliBrlBnD BVEKTIUn9DAYMOBMt l TJc T t SPRINGFIELD KY = LaO p11 riAll ljt aIOIADYAO Dr F R WILDER1 iI DENTIST Ill Dental Operations Perfume TEETH EXTRACTED J WITHOUT vrday nadFrldayech first PAINI OFFICE Over Main office To 61SJ Fourth Ave J Lodlsvlllo Ky kNEIKIRKkOFFICE with aCXMcCnoRD DR 0 RINEHSRT f rOFFICE HOURS 12 toa p m t EVERY DAY- SPKINGFIELDKYJ r DR J M BURTON a t RESIDENT DENTIST t r aJ VltETH EXTRACTED WI Hour PAIN I OyWfeIIagaa Block oYor Mansfield r tt nirie UNGPJEDKY Crow lid Bridge Work Specialty DR J H LAMPTON t OFFICE 1y OVEB ciHcart CLBUKH or FIC 1 REMOVAL I have removpd my place of bnslCess from Main street to artot the new building ouWulfjfg v mrefctrnext to the Berry Hotel iI Twill keep nothing but the BEST t and PUREST liquors and ask o share of your patron age Repectfully JOHN F GREED C R HARMjON THE LIVERYMAN Firetclass livefy outfits Nisw buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons ajid surreys lox the use of excursion parties or drummers The most convenient hitching and feeding placeStown =MAINST SaRI NO FIELD KYJ Who nn thin k 38SfantedAnt Idea tgrJT Protect roar Idea tbfrtn bring yon seal Write JOnK WEDDERBURH It lOaJateilt AUr MTVWiiUngimi for oa tandfust ot two hundred taTcnUaat wmled i rove n4CK dCtTTIOt101 arJill worts out ban good for nolhJDI Us genera debility Try nwWcureJOQ DI o ax t8o14an deiler medicine 1HAITI BffiG 1rOPTIOIAN Cincinnati Ohio Wi1 bean Springfield on his next tegular visit on June 80th to remain four days All4 persons wishing to consult tmJ1bout having eyeglasses rfitted shouldremember the date and I that he can be found a tthe 2 TiiurnBaa House or at Dr Rays office i Eyes tested Free of Chareand f Satisfaction Guaranteed x j k t coma rifts 1M1DlSookofpar sent FnlmYq 106NlZl IiL j ifiIt you want to buy goods Cheap for CASH come and see us We have a lull line of Hardware Tinware Stoves etc that we are ireringat Very Low Prices Granite cheapertthan ever offered before Have just received a line of Tinware that we will sell you frCash at prices that cannot be met by any Cultij UtOur Jine of Table and Pocket Cutlery is complete If you buy our warravted Razors and Scissors and they are not satisfic tory bring them back and get your money Come and see our ONE MINUTEI Ice Creama Freezers This is no jjoke It will freeze cream in One Minute MCELROY SHULTZI swil Alt out students will nave the opportunity pi attending THE KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONWhich meets in Juno 2930 and getbettera put n STATE TKAoa BEaVConEsc You can enter now and find classes wn nowCHERRY a Bowling croon Ky ABOUT TOWN forawheat oats and grass seeds C C McGiLL THE sanctiflcationists have come to town and with them hot weather RASPBERRY Supper at Court- House Thursday evening June 24 by Ladies Aid Society of Baptist Church The public cordially invited TICKETS to Nashville Tennessee June 20 to 23d inclusive- limited to June 25th at 405 for thVrbund trip account reunion United Confederate Veterans THE State has paid the re maining 10 percent ot the school fundand the teachers of the county can get same by apply ing to County Superintendent MG Leachman PREACHING at the JSlethodist church in Springfield rQ a m 330 p m and 6 p m every day for the next ten days All are cordially invited to attend B F ATKINSON I HAVE bought fifteen barrels of whiskey made by Harrison Corbett deceased which is pronounced by competent jjudges to be extra fine it being made on the old plan J F GREEN ROUND trip tickets from- pringfield to Nashvillo Tenn essec Exposition on sale daily at following rates rickets limited to seven days 450 tickets limited to 15 days 685 tickets limited to November 7th 985 THE commencement exercises of the Contrail I gal Allege at Waddy Ky place June 18th Among iuates of this instituti hington county furn Miss Lillian Burtor prier NOTICE is I 1tawill apply if stock certific shares of the First Nation field Ky 855 was issu 1894 and he WHAT ht nance velat dirt etc- become a way the st very lax some of you aye threat UpStrayri3tolI thatoneof 1Yf r i- X took a cow away from a boy and turned it over to its owner Miss JENNIE CRAYCROFTS music class gave a recital last Friday night a large crowd win attendance The programm- was a little lengthy but was highly appreciated by those present All of her pupils acquitted themselves very creditably some showing remarkabla talent both in vocal and instru mental numbers The Fan Drill was one of the prettiest things ever seen here and was gone through with perfectly THE Springfield Cha auqua Circle will entertain the Beech land Circle at the home of Mrs AI McChord on June 21st at 8 oclock This is the last meet ing and a full attendance of the members is requested The programme will consist of quota tions from your favorite poem Ten questions on French Lltera tnre and Art ten questions o French History and ten each on Astronomy and Current Events with the following toasts To the visitors Mrs Al McChord Greek Art Rev W T Over street Paris the Magnificent Mrs Jno Simms Victor EG Boyden French Literati Hugoi Miss Jennie Redding Idealism and Realism J T C Noei To both Clubs Laniers and Patriots Miss Jennie Browne Richelieu Miss Ella Duncan Plain Living and High Think ing MissKate Mayes BIDS IIECEIVED J I will recetXQ bltte fgf th3 building orAo twostory brick stcre on my lot in Springfield Plans and specifications and fur ther particulars can be bad by calling at ray place of KONRAD HERTEEIN Dont neglect chills OliUla bring on bringaondeatt h can euro and uilnt health CJf11Tonlt i by using Dr Bells IItoutI THE NWWSLEADEB and almost any her paper or magazine seqt to you about the price of one is boen discovered that uye salves tiers containing sugar of lend odnco lead to not to life atpuilionaflalring Ilch t nd tt ojo granulated lids or the possibility cf evil so Hutherlanda Eagle Poi nd Foolish tileys Colic Cure oily For sale by f J t t j i l Ol Ass FOE lJ B Everythlngsfu ra ished for the Spec pf ial 8 Summer weeks TermI oeglns Juije 8 i97 Green nit PERSON L Ed McElroy is on the sick list B D Lake was in Louisville Tuesday F P Caldwell was in Louisville the first of the week Mr R P Edelen is spending a springseJ J McCabe was in Bardstown Monday on business Mr Thomas Boll of Harrodabnrg was in town Tuesday Messrs L FJnney and T J Mil l are in Louisville this week with their tobacco Miss Maymie Hendricks of Louisville is the guest of her cousin John F Greene Miss Henrietta Spalding of Lo anon was the guest of Miss Kati Cain last week Mr James Prather and wife of Louisville are visiting the family of W F r M baLoo spent Wednesday with Mrs Lancaster in Lebanon Misses Laura McOhord and Zana McElroy attended theBall at Tatha nightniMessrs George E Medley and Thos W SlmniB Jr are at Notre Dame Ind this week Ernest Mansflelu came home last week from Central University where ho graduated with honors Miss Fanny Simms loft this morn- ingi for Bardstown whore she will be the guest of Miss Angle Smith Morrison ONan W F Nelkirk and W C McChord wont to Big Beech for a short ringing spree last week Mra Charles D Gates and little nephew John Miller of Louisville are here on a visit to C R Grundys family Dr W Leroy Dunn who has been the guest ofthe family of J G Mans Geld loft Tuesday for jiia home in Asheville NC F M Campbell tho popular Gir i1Varreni 3Di and Mrs E L Davison Jr left yesterday morning for Louievill- where they will join the Press Association excursion for Middlesboro Chattanooga and the Nashville Expo sition Mrs T S Wright who has been hero im several week h visit to uer Bisters lost this morning for Louis vllle to most Mr Wright attar which they leave for West Point Ky to make their future homo WeD Glaybtpoke wlfo has been attending the law department at Gen ire College has returned Ifome He J olT ceived his diploma and lIme bra t admitted to the bar to pactico law Rev and Mrs R E O Lawson have gone to Tatham syringe wherei limy will spend ten days as guests thp company There will be ofI preaching ajijtbe PreBbyJberian tuohr next Swy J s1 I NoToTlao for FUt Oenu Guaranteed tobacco habit care makes men eak stronp blood pore top f1 bit tare 1 s i ti 1 BASE BAIL rOn SaUday June 12th the O mpb SprlngfiatNd teams played an interesting game of ball at St Rose ball Jar apd a good crowd was present the rooters turned out StrongXJIhe game should have beeiili SnUt out for Camp bel1svillebuferrors in the fourth inning tatted them five runs the only ones they got daring the game Colvin was in his old time forme allowing but three hits making a home rue and single himself the home rtl being the longest seen on th grounds this year Ihs Ojmp bellsvllle boys era the same gentlemanly set and have a much better team than last year Following is the score 123456789 0OampbellsvlUeo Hits SprJD neiQ 7 Campbells ville3 struck out by Colvin by Coakley TUESDAYS GAME The much talked of Bards town team came up Tuesday and were badly beaten but fJt errors s it would have been a shut out Biinco jvitK proper support is capable of pitching winning ball as he demonstrated the fact ainstIi hestriklfig Rut foujKput of six men who came tothhe bat in tb Almbtq boys say that it wasnt their ettedIcan i the State and are ready to meet them at1tav time Colvin was almost invincible allowing but one hit and striking out sixteen men making a new record at the bat also he having one homer atd three singles to his credit George should be iin major league company and wSare confident he can bold hi own with the best of them Be iis one of the best all round players in the State for he makes his presence felts wherever he plays Following is the score 123406789Sp- ringfield 4 02430006 BarastoWii 0 00020002 Hits Springfield 11 Bard Colvion 10 BUnco 9 And still we win who will stop us splnnbgameoWhats the matter with Heenan sari Jerrems They are alright Will Hagan surprised every ody the way he handled himself third in Saturdays game There was a yell went up when catcher Smith stepped off tne madnhimself solid with the Spring field boys We are glad to see p6pular- Luukett Simms get his eye otthe ball In Tuesday game he lined cut a threebagger- Joa Mansfield played almost an errorless game at third iin Tuesdays game he haying but one error out of nine chances Manager Reed deserves great credit he is giving us first chss sport and should be encouragod a little in a financial way Wonder who the Kid isjn the Baicon And who isthe Lebanon base ball club As one of the lane expressed a lot of bums k Wo have awtfip gyms next1 Reedapromises a good one eDo Yon Travel Ir never start on u journey without n lfottlo of oloy Colic Cure a sure pre ventlvo of howl complaints occasioned by change of water or climate tic FOr solo by Hayden A Rolmrtson j Mr Tease Horner proprietor or the Burton house Burton W Vend one of the most widely known men In the state was cured of rheumatism after throe years of suITerlng Ho says I inngungeforoJ my phvslcluna told mp that noth ing could bo done form jnd my friends were fully gpgJhicqd nqlpytbing but denth could rolirivo mo of my suffering In Juno Il9tMr Evans then salesman for the Wheeling DrugCorocoramended Cbamborlaln8 tan Balm At Uifa time my foot and limb were swollen to moid than double their normnr airs and it noemed to me my lev would burst hilt soon alter using the PAINt Bilin rho swclffng hogan to decreane the pain to Ipavp and now I oohsidor thatPainen tirely cured Forsalo by Hayden et Itolwrtson + 1 k DYCATIIAIIEICfr CURLCQIISTIPAIIOtt toj s5 so pRUCiISt ABSOLUTELY GUAR9BTBBDb care aayuaeof ceattlpatlae cuarrb are TkTded lax pieutdbookhtfteeid6T1CLr1TanBNEDYCO porrrtpebnteaata tr tmvlta Cllae NaatralthnorrnrYorY st SALeOur large stock of new spring goqcls l must be sold aeta 4 r EEGAEDLESS pF COST i l 4 We mu t reduce our stock before we move into OUT r new quarters Out loss is your gain Dont fail toav tY fi8jiyourselfg at less price than anybodys old and shopworn stuff 3 Lotof odd Suits only 3 00 worth double C Mens Slack bheviot Suits 5398 worth double i Men 4 Allwool Suits 5500 worth doablerJlJ Men s Fine Suits 750 worth 1200 iiivMens Extra Nice Extra Fitting Suits 10 00 Worth 150Q Full line of Boys Suits and Pants at Sacrificed Prices Space neeto mention the great bargains we Jareofferin t t ut a visit to our store wU1 convince youthatyou can make oaorieyv 5 t f 1 by buying here v f McChord RobartS0Ilfi i BIG PAY To Hustlers i i lineofTANDARDIALTIES that sell with the mention of the names Applications must be accompanied with the best of business t references Address DOWNERs BRIGGS BOWLING GREEN KY r WANTED t Two Men in each County iin this State to repfesenfcusj i no experience needed we drill you free of Yf rcharge at your homes iI it YOU CAN EARN 575 0OJ PER MONIH I UNTIL JANUARY 1898 iI1cREAD WHAT OTHERS ARE DOING TIIOMAS OsBonNE of Georgia says 1 cleared 8420 today1 rjREV W Etienne of Arkansas sayshI cleared 825 35 this week and lost ono day ff v lV h V dayser and meat 53745 1 REV C B TnuRMAN ofTexaa says The first hour r made S210Vv S IMRS VAN DARITV of North Carolina nays uIn 22 dayBrmadeS67 7if Wo could fifty hundreds ofJust such testimonials had woho pappt SyVlto today Uyou nro out of omploymont had too will answer you atdtipfi pr tend n rep rcsontatlvo to seeynu Address I RIVERSIDE PUBLISHI JG COMPANY t DEPARTMENT B ST LOUIS WO DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER Which Saves you 4 Bite Profits KeeptrICITY A nj OurOretBrglp VlUU I SUITS FOR 1I 2tiftf pops Jldcpls Suits Sizes 3 to 15 u Hb xtrfrpalr of pants 293 ThM m tobt tmporttt froItoAqTailrf TNmoOgandWorthipk lw Uflhtnlna Hot DTOJW r iWhaltilFunnY NirjjpjJf rT VeryTruebutit Kills AF Pule Sold Everywhere Every say WUhout Rtlfflf There it No Pay JIft3 it vfi CUSTOM MADE TOQRDEK 18IAalr 1 TI7Ii Couintttd to tt nude from Wool icrown or Worstnl Corded cwi e la Iituf style with FannerSjtin p ofCustomTatrtojxp for 1600 Sbtt H to4Jo Thtituei dlnaderorYouths tjfi 25to 19 Uinr lalitL CaM Vt j To euro a 6UIIU IioniTIp Upsbocrfn to qulTfi Arid tarn jbluo imd baforo tho first chilly ahivodnqaensationtmeson- take J full dose of Dr Bells Po p vnJnt l Cblli TofiTb H is sllinnlatintf Jt VrairnM oFtlflbtxxr It proiiotca ibe5efrcai tlbiii t oftho blood It Will prevent the chillnlhQ tunes in ton It U gunraivtepflJT the ifsken iiii f L r T i wI l i ft lIi wP IIr irjif THE NEWSLEADER Cr I J rlit 11 = 1 JictahcPrcparatTonforAS proTnosiMgInckcrfu1 ncsandRestGonLaUts11eILtEr OpiumNorp1ine nocMincra1 NoT NAnc OTIC n Iaiioubiswtl1JPIJrflrR JA l pj 1lfJrZ l ljJ7JeTir 9lJu S j jIApcffectRcm4y tar onstlpa tipnSourStomachDlftrrlJ J rotms ConVutsioisfeverish tnc cindLoss OF SLEEP t L TacSmtcSgturC Cf NEW JQRK LxAcTcoYYwRM3PR Ji cyr 4 STOLE A SPEECH AD AtaiulaK Incident cf the lrceJdcnUal Campaign or 27G Back in tho campaign of 1670 was 1P1 the brightest fpcakerf the American plntformshpa ever known yrJiOaccom r panicdhjm to do the funny linsiticsfl jSeiTiTtor Hortou would osntUly talk for rvJ 111Oura dull turgid heavy discus don pf thoBninciirl prpblcni followed bV fn attaclr npoii the I cmocrals of fho wrath for thoir iuhnrian treatment of ttI9 7iSgto By tim limo he had finished r SfJGdziud Tala ble iuifonaatioa but- fjrf pnr1cf cntiinsfaSm would be qnppcliea Then Georgo Sheridan would tare tim piatfdnu and uako them np lof oaV bear they would roar with IatighT YoTIt With tbofr months Open faecnjuied by his flighti of fancy ltr t Vaa a racombtuati9n pxjjjut Oco night after wo- had been but for i 9cmipla iof jycelcs I think nt ifort + higso Shorjdan inMScuutor I wish V you onid ret ixu spook first tonight 1 faritto go out into the country with soincs Irionds tI AJijijjht replied Senator Mortonti chdSrinlly HYon arranao itwilh thu V chair in nn of the meeting t theJsorniIt t word forward ns tho Inttor 43Dlivcr v7 tbeooIJJcttoiik rgcmciits against the jnfla 0 Jpn of tho turrcucyand in favorcf tboIrcsnaiption of ipecte pnymeuta lie cArf the fitfltemeuts coiicorning the outrage in the south b3 repeated all of iho iXrional miuisccuws of his esper f ipucea as governor of Indiana during v the vaV which Iho ceuator WASCCQE tomed toA7ork in until tho latter was nluibft paralyzed with chagrin and Hinazbmeiitund finally when he reach oA apcint in the discussion of the fiuan J cia lobl J1 where Morton wa uccu tpiay lU compare Pompoiiau gold coiu i wilha United States preenbaok he tnrucd to tho astonished victim of this practical jcko and said in an undertone LotjB have that coinr Tho senator handed ij over wilhont a murmur and vheu Sheridamhad recited tho eloquent poioratiou 7hich ho alway used nt tho clced of i5s speech und jhnd taken his h eitiniutorMortouhobb1cdover to the dkSCt1JTi5tWO uans and 8ai I nni the victim cf n practical joke RcalizlnR the gravity of tbo iesnca be fcro the American people I came into thjs campaign with carefully j7jetjiJ wflfe1i 1 hnvo delivered pcpnredt Sberidun hearing so often that hoj hcijcoinnutted iitf to nemory and he boa delivered it here tonight much better tfinicou1A1iaTe delivered it He the is Juthe h bit of making the same ip iech ajdlhnve heard it many times v Tiut I Jack hid memory and could not iopetzitcisas e my life I will there ioto appeall to him not to punish you aa t hOihtwpnniKhcd buttogiroussomo of hisatcrioj rLen1ho great ctatejnnanaat down horonphly liacckctl out tihcridan ro cpcntled tnnd spokehalf an hour longer 1 t With Lia joke ua his text and after that it huy cue snggcsted his speaking first v Snator Hprtcu would tell this story Chicagoiiicjprd t t 4THESAQ1EDLOTUSS xiiLto tt7LeeDlli of Sons and l 17cl1t lt Eraii Coi3c niiugtbo fruu of tho 10tU- Ji wbich grew luruirhtqtlf in the Nile jiaaiiy charming legends hMo been told 51twnsJ1Icvcdtba1 it was so delightlcJ thtbCo who nto cf it would never kaV the spot vyhero it grew but for it vropSd ftbandou homo und friends to 11tpcl thillvo iu a ciitsaui cf Sercrf i1elJKhtfrUoai6r in the Odyssey men tiosWtbo latos caters who lived on the to thorn pbast pf Africa nud records thcaz iiftcmpis to detain the followers fQf UlysEeirby giving theul thefrtjlfa of sthft Iptc r to oat w that they aboulu JJevcr wlslj to leave the pot where ft grgw j Tho same poetical idea la known to thoAraba Vho call It the fruitpf des tiny Tiwhiclj Li to be eaten in paradise uud it ia en this foundation that Tenny- Loll built his harming poem of the LtuitOr 8I Thi mythical lotus I has biidentified by scvcial botanists with tbat1ztdigunout TunIzwh1ch 5b a thomy Bkrub vith jjerrica of the tizw cf cu olive Munsro Park found SPeCIeS ofcP ISSSt f wuc + t i1 SB8f j SiT TIW1UWFACSIMJLE SIGNATURE t OF i n IS ON TH- EWRAPPER t OF EVER SoTrLE O- FCASTOfiA Ca5torfa Is put up Is cacze bottles only It Is not told ia balk Dont ello r anycaa to sell yea toyfthg elw ca the plea or prosdio tht it la just ai goodsI aad jrfll answer eTtry put pots ideo that jca get OABTOBlA bb bas tctvt mf7- j In U oc11 UD i j J delicious taste which on being dried and pounded mado very wholesome and pleasant bread The lotus fruit found in Tunis bus a stimulating al most intoxicating effect end it is there fore probtble that this plant furnished tho foundation of the ancient legends The sacred lotus of the Egyptians WM a fine aquatic plant dedicated to Osiris end lain nud regarded in Egyptian de llineation as signifying tho creation of the world Distinct from this lotus was that known as tbe blue lotus tit tho Nile also a sacred plant Both these species of lotna occur frequently ao ligions symbols and decorations in the templec Public Opinion- There is a Quctr DzUhIway ttpOuTyne uf the which Eye this gaJlihuclouc4 urgent cases and uc cidt ntH must ring the front doorbell About th niddle of tbia century a no tice appeared ptithe T ncmonth saiidk to memoryVisitors within 100 yardcof this spot several persons having teen drowaedrherfl rt41 cently by order of tho authorities Notes and Queries Circles around thq moon are sonic times large and sometimes small cause they are formed at different heights in tbo air The aickel cent WIS authorized Fob 21 I8o7 and its coinage wits begun the same year SCorazlt UVGeryulrll There are hundreds of farms in every part of tho country where storage reser voira for impounding storm water be made at a level that will CIUlI considerable fields without top interven tion cf machinery It is time these re sources wervjxiiug considered and util trod The present farming season brings up tbo subject whether wo want it at the front or not says tho Texas Farm and Ranch It has boon found profitable to irrigate from wells Shallow wells otIcourse are preferred but hundreds feet of depth does not prohibit their use Cheap and economical engines have been invented to do tho lifting for thia put pose windmills are most economical for small plixuts in regions where the wind betIIwater can at any desired height thus bringing all or any part of the farm under water In this counfcc tion the authority quoted offers a proc tical hint for storage of pumped water The greatest sources of wastage are evaporation nail seepage In a largo res ervuir or pond these reach their niuui mum and in case of an accident all the water stored may be lost iu a day It is much better to have two or snore small er tanks or to add to tho depth at the expcuro of tbo surface area Some tanks have been made where tho evaporation almost equaled thoreaourcesof the pump and tho evaporation and seepage com bined exceeded it in dry hot weathei Two tanks are better than one in CUte of any accident that might render cov of tbnni temporarily uaolrai THE HOME OF PAYNE DWELLING PLACE OF THE AUTHOR OF THE MOST FAMOUS BALLAD Lucy ClerelAnd Writes Feellnzlr About the Let Vlace That John Iloward Payne Eves Knew M fits Uoiac fiwe t Howe You ought to see It lady Jily quaint Amngaiisett charioteer pointed with hit whip in the direction of an antique mansion halt hidden in tho shadows that the elm trees threw across its portal I had driven over to old East Hampton for an antomu afternoons pleasur lug along its elm embowered street of 100 years Stretching from one antique Windmill to auothorcacU tbe somber guardian of graTesAcb the warden of the old Tillage deaJiatorim Uiis grand old Main street of East Eainptoii nn- rolls its green ribbon of verdure the length oftbe lithe town and tempts tho tourist to a lazy Sorely loitering in the sherry colored sunset in tho sanguine air t Afar the boom of the in flails ocean called Tim arms of the old blr11of i I gra rsCllruluo orAtO ydndlho scitted white Ifuo offrozen sorrow far belov Tea you ought to see it mnmi And mum tcouec1tiDg mj cbnriotccr stopped 1tttbo antiqaa threshold of the East Hampton dwelling It was the house Tvlicro John Hbwanl Payno InIthor of the Lallad that has snag iteolf into the heart qf the world pussod his boyhoodIt a modest two story dwelling standing n little way back iron thEY village atrcot of frame shingled and gable roofed ThOugh It has received from timo to time SOMe smart adornment the old house keeps ita ancient soothing spell M you face it from the main street I know of nothing so quaint- outof old NJJW England On one side of the doorway n board placard weather yearsQiugeredtho little birds flying ont for aye from their homo sweet home beneath the old gray caves The quaint placard tells yoa that within are The town clerk Tbo Dank of Iaet Hanptaa Tbe villazo notary and na I Teamed afterward yke undertaker and Tbo fcrnlturo duclur all in one pieoo or in ona perron tbo cuinl owner today of tbe old house the waysideS lJyI 2op lubut you vtgo far aOeld afoot for the old M m noe blocks the way It winds and bockona up It thoroughly Revolutionary It wind up eo that you wonder it doesnt go off at once and play a tune Ah you are in the npatnirs nowl Tho house in a double house us wo Ray Dot then nil tho old dwellings of long ago wero double 5Id you over think of that Homo sweet homes and married loves and Jteartbeidefl Not apartments like pi anos on tho instcllineut system not pluluofwhence yon sallied to get your very din net and when you Rot back thanked God op 11 flights that yoa didnt dio from menus and tncsse Bnt it in down stairs in the kitchen that tbe mpit obaimioft bit ia found This kitchen isItransIwand into tbo days and the ways that aro older than that dear Mother Goose into tho dayi of Mother Wise Mother Wise made nl the fairy stories in tho beginning do you know And Mother Wise lived in Egypt 6000 years before wo opened our wiea eyelids And Wise knew Cinderella by heart MothrI beau end wrote down all about little slipper in the rocnbulary of the pyramidI PayueIEgyptian stalk second tno corner and Cheeps sacred pussy cat in a hioro glypbio attitude on the hearth How qnaint how quaint it 1st Didnt J hear little Cinderellas laugh and see those dear little plnmp hands clapped together with joy And is that glow feeding window and wall the silver ether that floats around the fairy und dissolves slowly in itrovoiriug radiant rainbow into colors thut tho fairy takes and stars iu the blue of her eyes and tho frank fresh oberry of her lips Really it is nil unreal that it frets you to be told that that ia a Revolution ary musket hanging over tho old old firoplnco You mistook it for a club thht billlwhtnhad a fight How pert and new 17 6 iHI It is sorrowful to think that after heI closed the latch of his old sweet homo and heard for the last time the clink of the closing door and went oat to face the world John Howard Payne had no home Lacy Cleveland in Now York Houm Journal Millets Wife v Tho immediate cause cf Millets coos lug to bo a painter of the laurie which sold more cr less and ktpt his faniiiy from starvation n conversation which ho overheard in Paris But the support in this crisis of his lifewhich sent him to Bnrbiznii und during the ghastly privations of the next Soyeura 1011mnUlltho wifes cheerful dccisiou ou the eventful night in Paris line n prcmiiirnt race in Mrs Henry Adys book Mil ittSMillct rmd lavished nIl his shll on the ractlcliiig of Hugnrs form nud in tended Iho vhole to be a striking ttmy of the nude Suddenly when the lictrro woe abnost flnished ho changed lib mind and stopped short For one vcuingas he toed before lighted window of Dcfor os shop thoI happened to see two young uncut looking at one of his own pastels a drawing of a woman tuthiug which he had lately cold Quo youth asked the other who had paictct this picture His companion replied A noun named Millet who never paints anything but naked worn en The words wcrr n shook His friends had often udmircd his nude figures und praised his tkill in flesh painting But never uitii that ruoment h ul he realized that his reputation as an artist depend ed on this kind of work Ho vent home that evening and said to bie wife If you consent I will paint no more of these Lifo will be harder titan ever and you will seller but I shall free drcnmIcdThe brave woman replied I am ready DoasyonwiltS A CraUtidcr of the Fathvr Thanksgiving day comes with its on anal reminder of the fathers who in the midst of their poverty and distress thanked Ocd for their bleguinga and hud I Ore for tho future It is the self eucri ftC of one generation that constituted the prosperity of the next The rock of Plymouth is no etouy bowldor to be shielded from rough contact by a mar ble canopy It is rather a sure faith in the supreme obligations of duty and of personal character na the main element of rectcsIndopcndcntTliangIflag One of tho benign raalta at the ob servance of Thanksgiving day is the rn cooracemcnt it gives to public benevo lence While it is a day set apart fur tho acknowledgment of national family and personal blessing every American is taught from childhood that en this tiny be isnst share the leaf feed the hsuKry acU tivo ear to the cry d Ha i t MiNYTH1NKl when the Creator said to woman Insdrrovvslialtthou bring forth children tfiat a cure Was pro nounced against the human race but the joy felt by every Mother When she first presses to her heart ntraryDangerthe pathway of the Expectant Mother and should be avoided that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be realized j in full vigor and strength M TllERS FflED so relaxes the 1system essary change takes place without Nausea Headache Nervous or Gloomy Fore boding of danger and the trying hour is robbed of its pain and suffering as so many happy experienced1Nothing this Dont be deceived or persuaded to use anything else remedeerIMothers Friend Is the cnnte t rat on tbcraarket 1ndail hlghiyW it llrso tCo Wb1twrIgit Tux Of druggists orsen by malt on receipt of puce tefofral book containing rilua- blo information Mothers mailed lees The BndQtld 3 zal tor Atlanta Ga PLEASOREYILIE POULTRY YARDS White P Kodks IUldLt firahms Pen W P Hocks females score 94 to aV ofIby first prize cockerel at Louisville Show score 06 First prize pen Light byfirstperiLlot Ky OUR FRUIT TREES Grapevines etc never were snore thrifty smoother or better branched Why send avny from homo fur your orchards when your wants can be filled by your neighbors itIDROBiXr 4f Nelson County THE NEW YORK WORLD Thricea Week Edition 18 Pasres a Week 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toZOn- DnekH per Ih 4i Kwti1 per Ib Pigeon erich 5o iilillor par ll Eggs dos 5c Our agent will be on hand at all times and receive all that is offered Kentucky Poultry Co FENCIHGi SELVAGEI UtotuaniJa nftttllfji ju a l Fright PnM lNf6 Lot Te MsMULLEH WOVEN WIRE FENCE IIS vkj St vn n =I INiu J KTfrTABira MAN OH 71RI6u woMAir ASSURED 5IMCOMII T- OimrnuIaay RIGHT PER SO2T THB BUST PAT EVER OF FElLED FOR SIMILAR SERVICE Joiuilizatesof a million to its cHcnlilc already the lug b pcucssdby10 IS PREPAR2D TO PItY HANDSOMELY FOR ASSISTAIiCDnmrD- DRED It wishes the services oi one reliable man or woman in every town village country district or manufacturing establishment in every State AU that ia required of any one is reliability earncntneea and work No matter on what other work you are engaged it will pay you to examine into this offer Apply5stautaf capability rerer tnces toTHB oiITAN AZINfcj Irviatooontueftndseo VBAR8 HXPHRIEMOB TRADa MARKS DE9IQN8 OOPYRICHT8 Anycn en 1lnt a sketch end 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