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& 3fi..crior journal.
Friday Morning, Angnit 15, 1870.
(,'ltrvr JsrVsun'sls-st wsi ia Inliami.
I.Ann K lot of nKI r for ml at llil
TVrkuii IUtii Hoar finljr 5 rrnla
raVf, Hi Mrllnlrl AHMjar'.
l'HVairiAN rrcrlptlon amiralrlr
roinmlinlrl l ( iirnnllA IVrmj's.
.Wiiitr I.rAI.. IJnsrr.1 Oil n,l lllirsl
Patnla t Imtlnm rirn. t McltoWrtaA
I, Amir slnck rf MoMing ami i'irtiiro
I'mnni it ll.il torn frier t (lirnaull A
A III a Ida srasnn fur iiiintlnc Tour
lionsrs, foil ran flnsl romj.lrts stuck nf
1 .!, lilt ami rjilnr HI llifnaull . yen
r,,V Takk fonr rK. ol.l Iron, lil.ln, lValh
rra, Kmln(, rmn Inillrr, electa A J. liar.
rl, and jrl I lis lilglirst matatt prlr for
ALL atrountsareilus Jul lat, amllhnso
alio liafs not ssttlfxl will lraa rail ami
rlM their accounts without further iltlar.
Mcltntxrta A Hl.
llorrLrn I.ioiitxixo. Vlin uwl for
Khsumatlam, Hon Throat, Lam Back,
Xturalfia, Hpralna, Uralses, Cuntrsrtnl
Muscles. Htlu Joints. Chrru ami llunlona
na liuman lielnij; and Hparln, ltlng Ilone,
(lalls, Scratches, tit, on animal, Couasen'
Uthlnlni- Liniment la anrqiiainJ. ami na
eOect la alnii.lr electrical. Aa lla nam
'' I' la quirk to relief e, ami Ihom
a7l lar witness In lla astounding tlr
tues. I'rlre 60 null Kor sale br Me
ltohrrte A flagf
Florida, Oca Land or Fi.owr.iu. A
Inronf ci sulTcrers with rooi ba and colila
annus!! pi Houtli to enjor Ih ethereal
nillJn. ol Ilia lami ol nowera. 10 inem
(i would ur thai lh neceasitr' of that e
lnlre trip la ohf iateJ br Uouase na' Com
lnnd Hum of Tar, which elilr rum
Iht roughs and rolds incident to llila rlf
iiroua clime. Fur wihlic apeskers It eur-
Iiaaaratha Dcmosthcnle regimen of "pt.
In and seashore-," clearlna; Ilia throat till
Ihe toIok rings wllh lha elleery cadence of
a Ml. V Cbaasena' ConiKunil I loner
of Tar. "rlr W rent a hottle. For rata
1. Mcltolvrta A Flare;.
MimRbsa Casio, BfnarrsrJ, lea (itt.1 of Mltf
Mim Laaa Larssr waa Ihe go,! oralis Clara
Ualai Ihl ea.
Miaa . llraras.' Jm:, la tlaltlaflhe
ball; W Mr. Wsa.Sr.
MlseUatl Ssrrtt, of Vlmasha, Wlsroasfa, la
Tlalllaf Mrs. Darter 11.1m.
TaallllUaowafMr. A. A UiKlawf la I; Is.
daapnswslf tllaf hksijf tai.
Ma Aaaaaaoa T XcaaaLK ka dm m a
tiall u irkaJa at Wlwkwiir.
Miaa Krma fVvTT, ( UamOafc Cl
I Mia Mia rlll. Ula int.
MlttJctlA latu.aatbMbHa all IIL feaa
wa ara U4 aaf , avarlf mtml
Mim I.iua Kim U lart wak t a tlall la rrl
llfia aa4 nkWa la TrliaUa calr
Ha. VC. ILCamwatt, LmImIIU, kaa lr
alalUafklaaUtrf, Mra.C II. lUrkmrr
Ma.Joua V. mivt haa rtlarlMd frai a faff
tAfuaat llJI I Wf alkrf la Mlauart.
Maa. l H. t'iiiitfnH aaa fantaa lUlt UWf
f.lWr. Ir. J. K . UUr, al Woallcrll.
Uar.M.H.McKaaaaralalllla( IKa .W(Ctr.
mllCWtk 4ri.Mr UahkM'aalww.
Mu. J. W. AUou, wllkkff iklUna, U.l.ll.
Ia an 1.1 krr. JaJ(t KfdJrkk, al tawnri
Maa. HiMvat faaaualMaaaaa kat pffllj llllla
Oaklfr, MauJ, klf a friar! from rklUJl kla.
Miaa flatus roafaa, ollala roaalf, wa a gvaal
lUlaKillla IliiUa, al Ixaillb, kul rr , 4
ilaflWIalr Ma. W. II. Ate f mm kaa rrlarafj tnf hta
foa)wrlla(tirr KaaaaaanJ MlwuMrt, JrllfklM
MlaaMolUKOwaaa, Iklarwaalr, waa flalt
la(krf alaUf, Mra. W C latU, al Ihuillk., Ja-
lag Ika t air bat vtf k.
MiwaatfAluafaaHT ahd Uhooa Hail, ara
allaoJIaf Ika tkmtk Kaalarkf Ulrt A lalUa
U aloa al MkMlfbyrt.
JJ.JoaC Pitlt, llk Ua llalcr, lira. Waa.
Ilraaar, baaaTiMiaf ax afklll Mra. Wajaa
lloklaa, al C4lllll.
MiMallliniuDllmii raltoa aaJ MIm
-Ijkt Biitlaa, ammraaM kj If la lluffiaaa,
araallaoJIag lk UWrtf lair
Maiaaa. IV n. Coamol aid 1 , lloraaa
afalk4 IkewailfNorikakiw ralraanj kara iom
wiaaairarkloa UHlacara Italia.
MiuHi-iu bafaiw, Ika altrartlf a Jangklrr (
Mr. M. N lwlaaar, uTIkla raualf, rrlariwd o
I'rUaf laal fnwi a alwf I ala at Itaaf 111.
Ma. A. J. llaaaja ABBWirakava aiofaJtatka
tHMitalatHf Mraplfil tr Mr, F. J. Aalkoar, k
karlaf (mm Urk, wllk kla bullf, la Ika M.
Maa.OovaaaoaHLA(Ktcaa, Mra. lAaaUak.!
Maaifkla, aad MIm Tkenfiaoa, a kamUjwa Mia
MBI. UK"rra iwalaar Cut, C. II. Ilurknlrf
IIiuuKiM. MotLtaa. at IVaaiaik, a IWInarf
la Ik Uollfllla lll(k Hikuul, aa4 a (ratlruaa l
laa Ulrrair atlalaairala, la a taaal u) JuJ II. A .
MlaaHamaMAaria, T Uarla( rrauatad ktr
arkool aaar I'raaklutt laal MooJar. Hka kaa prurra
la l a Baa trarkr r, aJ kaa a ! rkool,--MIJ
Muata Ida abd Lou Ubabt abuMim Habbaii
ltBABLBT,ollaBraalfr, aaj Miaa AaalatVoir, t
Mninr, arafu"l( Ika illmn Ultkards al
IktHI. Aaa'k llalaL
lla. J. M TaoTTKB,arilAuDUo, Va., Trf alJat
irflka Vlritala Iwulfrallaa) aaj EniUralltfa aa4
Muuhlvilii IV, aJ rJllor (lka Slk Mirror,
aa.ln.lllf aualklr, la Buaat irf Mrv M. P. !!
TliarwalaMfaorikaaalf twa Blaabol lajlfa al
Ikallatfraora' lull wrrt (Ifaa la Ika tuuinllla
XiMttra Arfi aa Ukiaai Mra. CU.T. r. Hill, lUrk
allkaod flak nan; Miaa Aaal Cral(, aaa titm
allk; dlaiMonJ araaaitata.
Maaaaa,Tlloa.U.rtt'ABr, of IkaClaik (Vualjr
iAwarr, Ckaa. V. KlaralJ au4 Ckarkra Burlua, W
IkaAaJrraua Aa, aad I'rvt M. C AHurJ, ft
l4tlnla, calkd at aur aOU-f, ra rvula la Ika
llvrrf aura' Uall. bwrrf wa wrf awl at Immu U
wtkvaMtkraa. Vl afala.
Ma. J. W. McAutraa kaa auerffJaJ, al lad, la
taaitac kluuclriruwCuiuWrUiht I alK au J la uww
al kwuta. Tk fBrlaJaMrarlUiaaM!ka4ar,evup'
U4 allUlkaawralliallfa of a LrkaiNa InmuIj uT
waaltk aaJ aiaaf aKvutaUakuieula, wa rvaftaa,
wrra uora Ikaa aaOrlanl Iii4urruiriita a kla a
Jm Caala waa Ika U)aa ilraf kwatfr at Ika IVIa
lla inllal wllkaklrtd Jrlfrr Ik mkar Jr,
auJIwkklflttallWaal a farurlla "alaaj. Ika
drlfar kuatfld aroaiid aakurt tlwa aoj, aaUlui imi
auta, aauaUradUuk ta kla bauia. kVvra Wura
nf aarj, J1m waa Iiiua4 al kla aland Jlf rwlaad
la kill a Jrar, wr JU on Ika awl. II waa lakra
liwk U Ika Howl aud a Ulnar aciJM l Ik U k
U kla kaad
TUE KlMAl.K CoLLniR bull.lillK la Iw
Ing liandaouiel palnltj
Thk Klrliuiond Fair l.'icuraluu Italn
4ura at 7 0-5 A. M, and ri'lurna al 7:13
V. I I
Thk Uabkv Faik Ib In iironrrM, and
wa will try lu avail oumlfraof Dr. V. O.
Yuunx'a kind iiifltatlon lu I rtixnt.
A Vol to tiik VlK. If you don't
villa your accouut Willi Mr. i. N. Daila
wllhln ten data, foil will aland a fdrudid
ihsnrwuf Urluf warranted.
TilK BTATC TKleiilKa' Abmx-UTIOH la
iu awatun t Iknrllla. The alteiidanr la
ratkrr Hulled, but Auflklful f..r ai. Inter
waling and irutitakla nieellofr.
llonx On Ida lOlli Inat, to the wire of
John II. iHwaon, Jr, aann; weight in
iinda. On Hatnrda lat. In tht wife nf
Frirralii Held, a Rill.
TrwaroK AmiKARa, ;pi. yf. F. Jfo
K Inner, of Company K, H'th Krnlnckr
renimf nt, woumleil ilnrlne lha late iinpleaa
antnew, haa rerrlTnl a Toucher fur lila af
reara, mnnnlln( lo fl,16.1C7.
A HmrnviKfi Tmnnr. Tlie lr rf
Hlanfnnl haa pitrrhaaeil a fin portrait nf
lien. V. u Woirord, ami will preaent It In
the ol.l Teteran at lha Oaaey Fair, Innlay.
W. II. Miller haa been aeleele.) In make
tha presentation apeeeli.
Hoiic akdIit roRfiAl.t Mr. J, N.
Darla ohera Ida aplrmlld liouae, on Main
atrret fur aale. Il haa Jnat len mmplrleil
ami la one of the lineal realdenrea In or
near town. Terma liberal. Addreaaorap-
pi lo Mm at Hianford, Kr. '
A RKAKB HTonr. Mr. I). I Stephen-
eon, of tlili conntr, killed a water morcaaln
anaka thla week, whlrli, on belnxnil open,
waa found lo contain orrr one hundred lll
lla anakea, ranging In alia from darning
needle to lead pencil.
Cot-oarD ExcvaaioM. W, It. Maaon,
lierrr Horkrr A Cb of thla place, are
manager of colored eicuralon train thai
will run lo Cincinnati ami CoTlngton on
Ih l. Train will leafe IHnTille June
lion at S SO A. M., ami return al 9 r, M.
Ciiitiam Cottrnt lTof. J. fi. Itep-
pert, of Komeraet, haa aecured lha College.
at HuatonTllle, and will open rVpU Hlh.
The l'rofeaaor la well tndoraetl b the beat
cttlirna of Sonieratl, and hoIJa Icatlmonl
ala from lha leading men of the State aa to
Ma abilllT at a teacher. "Ad" neil week.
tain ox the Siittr. Notwithstanding
Ilobbitt'a aaaerlion thai the Democratic
part coulj not beat him wllh a poor man,
Oooch went In br a majorllr of 211, De
feated br a poor man, and on whom bt
aaaerlt baa not tenet enough lo find hta wa
to Fraokforf, Dobbltt with alt hla cheek,
will nertr again dlaturb the bod politic
In Ihla eonnlr, nolwlthattnding hit card af
laal week, lla la forerer laid on I ho ahelf.
Didn't iat BoC-Samnel V,'. William,
now conBDed in jail at Laneatler, for Ibe
murder of Thomaa lioma, In Ma, 1870,
publlahea a card in Ihla wrek'a IwiVrr, Jc
ntng that lie told a Omnnsewwai repor
ter that ht lecognlted Orofe Kenned In
Ih mob that hung Floyd Pierce on the
night heeacaprd from Jail. Ite tara that
Iht onl mention lit mar of Kenned,
waa, that be waa a brolherdn-law of the
man whoa throat Tierce had cut.
IX'Arui CoMTICTa. John Fertell, who
waa roiif irlrd laat Spring ! Ihe Circuit
Court and aenl to Iht IVnltrnllary for life,
for Ih murder of Sutton, under the cold
eat blooded clrrumatancea, and who made
hla eara laat week, baa bren aeen lurking
in Iht Km.l- near Crab Orchard. If Ihe
jur that tried him had hare done their
duty fully, Fenell would hare long einr
dangled from the end of a rope, Inatead of
being loner, eeeklng whtim lie may de
IlKLt. Arni'lTTro. Abont 13 year ago,
a negro boy waa miming Irom ItiiatonTilte,
In thla rouutr, whoae nama waa Tom Car
penter. IjI week Mr. Walkfr Ilell waa
arreated and Irlrd before an eiamlnlng
Court here, charged wiilt Iho murder of
Ihe negro. After an inreallgation, Iht two
Magiatralra, Caraon and l'ortman, aald
thai Iht Commonwealth had failed lo
pniTC that Mr. Ilell waa tin on who com
mitted Ihe murder, and they al once ael
him at liberie.
The M. A. The aurcea of Ihe Manu
facturer Agency firiunfOeo.lt. Ururt
A l'o, haa been almoal unrallelrd in
Stanford, and il la but another et idenct of
what Tim ami enterprise, coupled with the
mollo of "the beat good for Ihe loweat
price" will do. To wake room for their
large Block of Fall and Winter clothing,
Ac, already ordered, Ihey hare made a
lilt further reduction in their ptirea,
which were aurprtaingly low Ivfore, Call
on Ihem and yon will find thai they can
not lv undersold.
No Fi'BTiirn CowrLAiirr. Our people
hare no cauae to make further romplalnt
id hard tiniea. The barrrat ia abundant,
and pricra for erery thing the farmer haa
loaell art good. No one of our agricultu
ral frienda can complain. Now, abort all
other time, that claae of men can con
gratulate ihcniaelrc. Now la Ihe lime lo
buy gooda fur lite Fall and Winter. We
are aaaurnl by tht lioua of Hayden llroa.,
that if their old frienda and cualomera
will call on, and buy of Iheui,. they will
get audi hargalna aa wera nerer before of
IIilu mil Ku Klvxiku. For a long
time paal the people ol the Sugar Creek
neighborhood, In (larranl, hare been great
ly annoyed by the tillering proprnaiilea of
Kfrril fanillira of negrora who lire In
Ihelr nildal, and, tiring of their dolnga, a
number of Iht beat cltlient got together
and, in Ike day time, without mails, went
lo the houaeaof the negroea and gare Ihem
ten daya lo leare Ihe country. The ne
groea, at the advice of some of Iheir while
alliea, awoitniil a warrant agaliwt llieiifii,
llilrtr-oiie In number, who were Irlrd be
fore Juallce Ilojle and aenl on to Ihe Cir
cuit Court lo auaarer He charge of lu klui-
TiikTebkiilk Tkauedv Detailed by
uur lluatonrllla correapondrnl, In which
II. I.uom waa ahol and Inalautly klllnl
by hla trollleinlaw. J, C. Johnalou, ap
war lo hart had lla origin In some al
leged lulaiuanagriuenl nf the relate of Mr.
Wui. Lucia, which J. II. Lucas, aa agent
fur bit mother, who la erecutrli, with
out H-curily, waa closing up, and aa tu lha
giiardianalilp of Mra. TwidweU'a Iwu chll
drrn, for whom Mr, Lucaa waa guardian.
At a recent teim of court, Johnalou inored
that the tiecutrix I requited to furnlah
bond, and upon her failure lo do ao, asked
that an administrator he appointed, Tha
motion waa granted, and Mr. Lucaa waa
required, In a certain lime, In make lha
bond. Slue ami before then, Lucaa aud
Johnston bar been inriulra, ami Ih fatal
termination of Ihelr quarrel la ka.1I to bt
regretted, Tht fact that young Lucaa waa
unarmed al lha lime of hta death aliowa
that ht apprehended no serious trouble,
going, probably, on the presumption tha
Johnaton waa loo timid lo shoot. Luraa
waa a youug man of many Cue tralta of
character, aud waa a general favor! It among
Ihoau who knew hiiii. Tht chargt against
Johnaton, aa Card by tht tiaminlng court,
la manalaughtcr, and ball allowed at
f 1,500, which waa reaJily given, with Flor
ence Yowtll, Ud. J. W Weatbcrford, IWu-
prll Cloyd aud 6atual Johuslou, aa aura-lie.
The FATrtHttr -Most of the Stanford
liar have algneil a pellllon favoring Hon.
Dan W Llndaer, for Judge of Ihe United
Stale District Cnnrl, made rarant by Ihe
death of Jmlg Itallard. The Preifllenl
will male no appointment for torn time.
Hon, M. M. Ilenlnn, nf Covington, it la
aald, stands Ihe best chance for the posi
tion. The OorrnNon I1ai.i.--AI Crah Orch
ard, last Friday nlghl, waa nne nf Ihegran
teat occasion of Ihe kind ever Attempted
al Dial tmpular resort. Kerry thing ex
ceeded eipcclatlona, which ia generally
the way when Shelby Terl la In charge.
Colonel Isaac Shelby tell II that on
Friday night, Aug. 22ml, a Phantom Hall
will he glren, which he I determined
shall he also a grafel affair.
(loon Nrwa ron Am. When our tea
drra are Informed thai they can safe nmn
er, we are sure that Iher are willing tolls,
ten In any one who will tell Ihem truly,
how they can aare it. He hare something
lo lell every reader of the iNTXMon Jol'R-
MAI, and that la, If they will goto Harden
Urolhera and buy Ihelr gooda from Ihla
lime on. they will l able to savt at least
23 per cent. The foregoing I not written
aa a puff for the house of Hayden Bros..,
but simply for Iht purpose of informing
onr reader of a goo.) and safe place to
nae Ihelr money.
DiacHARara Angilen Ilridgwater, who
waa sent to Ihe Penitentiary from thla
county for three year and right montha
for robbing the Jewelry store of K. It, Che
niult, having served hla lime, was dis
charged laal week. There are several oth
er casta agalnat "rtrldgt" In Ihe Circuit
Court, but II seems lo bt Ih general Im
pression that Ih old fellow haa suffered
enough and that he ought to be allowed lo
spend tht few remaining T'ara of hla mis
spent lite In seeking forgiveness from a
High Power. He waa foreman of the mill
in Ihe Penitentiary, and Is said to hare de
ported himself well while in confinement.
Acuvirtru. Contrary, it la said, lo Ihe
circumstantial evidence adduced al the
examining trial and Ihe leellroony of a
medical expert of Louisville, who made an
analyaia of Ih atomach, and a wore thai
there were strong (races of arsenic In it,
Mrs. Oooch, accused of Ihe poisoning of
her husband, (leorge Oooch, and her
mother, Mrs, Ixwisa J. Walls, arrested aa
an accessory to Ihe crime, were acquitted
by Ih examining Court In Casey, last Sal
unlay. Falconbury waa also acquitted.
If Ihe testimony against Ihe women la aa
atrorg aa reported, the Oram! Jury will
I apt to have a say In the matter.
Sotrriirjut CAI.rxDAB. Clock. Thegrn
tlemenly agents of Ih Southern Calendar
Clock Company, now canvassing this sec-
lion, are, aa w expected, meeting with fine
success. The clock la pronounced by
judgea to be the mwt perfect piece of ma
chinery, of the kind, ever Invented, and la
Ihe rhcacst ami most reliable time piece
ever offered to Ihe public The "Fashion
Clock" ia the very thing for our farmera
ami buslnex men, ami Ihe way ther are
taking hold of Ihem ahowa thai Ihey ap
preciate Iht chance. The headquartera nf
Mr. II. C. I.vnrb, manager of Ibe agency,
will be at Ihe St. Asaph Hotel lilt October
lat, while hla agenla will canvass Ihla and
The ORErxwoon Coal Mixes. In
company with one of Ihe clever proprie
tors, Mr. J. It. Crookr, we had Ihe pleas
ure a few dava ago of an examination of
these mines, which are eitualed immediate
ly on Iht lint of the Cincinnati Southern
it. It. about 20 miles below Somerset. The
rein are from 3 lo four feel, and Iht
coal ia of moa! excellent quality, resem
bling considerably Ihe famous Kanawha
coal, A large quantity of mat haa alrea
dy been mined and I awaiting shipment,
but Iht It. It. Conqanr will not be able lo
transport it before October 15th. The pro
prietors hare arranged erery thing In Ihe
most approved style, and In doing ao, hare
used up $65,000. They are pushing men,
however, ami will get Ihelr money bark in
a few years, with good Interest.
Ci'MBtnLAXD Kama. After a ten daya
sojourn at Ihla delightful resort, we are
again at our poet, ready to lell all about It.
Our ruMpayiunu Jt royoje going and return
ing, were our beller-half, and Hualonrllle'a
falreat, MIssea Kale a Williams and
Anne II. Cooke, and the roughest of all
tripa after leaving Ibe railroad, waa for
gotten In the general good humor that pre
vailed. On our way timber il waa our
good fortune lo meet our old friend Mr.
M. O. Gorman, now general manager for
Huston A Co., and lo htm we are Indebted
for an enlivening hand -car ride from Cum
berland Hirer to Oreenwood. Mr. Gor
man ia ont of those warm hearted Irish-
men that can not do too much for a friend,
and lila attention to our party will never
It forgotten. At Oreenwood, the "Flower
of the Earth," Lark Edge, met ua with a
Spring-wagon, and after fifteen niileeof
buuipaand thumps, we were landed at the
great Falla of the Cumberland. Tht Jol
ly welcome of Mr. A. 8. Myers and Ihe
ulite attention of Mr. Socrates Owens, the
proprietors, soun made ua feel at home and
ready for a thorough enjoyment of any
and every attraction. Tha situation la ont
of the wildest imaginable, aud Iht reentry
la grand beyond description. Abort tht
falla art a series of smaller falls, which,
wbllt grand In themaelves, dwindle into
insignificance when compared with the
main fall ni CS perpendicular fret over a
lid ledge ol rock, llelow tht falla, in a
beautiful basin, which furnishes excellent
boating, and being well aupplied with
skid', it a faroritt resort of Ihe visitors.
There are numerous springs of superior
chalybeate water, but the ont near the
Hotel. the Oroilo and tht haglt spring, are
Iht moat rial led. The latter la altualed at
the foot of a thirty foot cliff, orrr
which Eagle Creek dashes headlong iuln
Iht ltiver, ami la regarded by many aa the
beat of Ibt three. Tht scenery at this
point la wildly romantic, and aa a young
lady expressed II, "uialeayou feel like lur
ing ami making lore lo trery bodr you
meet." These water produce a rorarlou
appetite, which I hard to appease trrii
with Hit excellent fare for which the place
la noted. Fishing ami deer hunting are
the favorite iasmea ol Hit gentlemen,
ami sixty-five pound "cat," lira pound
bass, aud well failed deer frequently re
ward their iatlenc and exrrllon. The
walka among and around the cliffs, tht
hatha, both plunge and thower, ihe invig
orating air, aud the pleasantly cool nlghla,
go to make Ihla on of the most enjoyable
place to Siend Ih bummer, In Ihe Stale,
ami when the railroad connection ia belter,
it ia bound lo become a,n luiiiortant resort
for pleasure and health seekeia, Eren with
Ih poor facililita fur (filing there now,
Ihe number of vMtora ha svfrdrfd for
ty dnrlng the season. We adIe erery
Isxly who ran are the time and money,
lo make Ihe Falla a flail. It will safe
ynu Doctor bills, and girt you a heller
idea nf bow to enjoy life.
Oaks TiRNruu. On Ihe lOlh Inst,
Sir. hugeneOaka anil Miss Mary R, Tnrn
bull were united In Ihe holy bondsnf mat
rimony. llAMt-Tox 1'nrt.AX. At Oreen Street
Church, Itiisrllle, nn Tnradar. Wad
Hampton, Jr, son of Senator Hampton,
and Mia Kale Phelin, a refugee from
Memphis, were married.
Mra. Hansom, nf Lexington, who pub
lished a card ilcnonncing Thomaa Moore,
who recently eloped wllh her daughter,
waa not half so mad aa she thought slit
was. hhe has lorglfen Ihe young man,
and promise I lo do all In Iter power In as
sist theni through life.
Henry Mnnson, an adrrnt preacher of
Woorrster, Mass, married himself lo a
yonng lady in Ihe presence of a large con
gregation; but the minions of the law did
not like that kind of marrylngAnd Ihe Iter
Mnnson waa arrested and held In $500 to
appear at Ihe next court. He desired to
preface life testimony with prayer, and had
got aa far aa "Our Father who art" when
Ihe Justice stopped him. The clerical
prisoner retorted: "I can pray in my mind,
and may yon, Judge, be called to anawer
lo Ood for thla refusal In Ih great day V
It refused lo walk to Jail, and waa convey
ed In a cart.
Tht proprlelora of Inwood Park, Cincin
nati, to create a sensation and draw a large
crowd lo a paid picnic last Sunday, hired
Hire couple lo marry on lh Oronnda.
The programme waa carried out and aix
human beings went through the form of a
marriage, to the delight of the assembled
thousands. This new departure led to a
meeting of the Presbyterian clergy of lb
city, who rcaolrrd that marriage under
tuch circumstance waa not only a dese
cration of Ihe Sabbath, but la calculated lo
bring Ihe marriage relation into contempt
and encourage Immorality, and Inaisted
that Iht authorities forbid a repetition of
tht affair. No minlaler of Ih gospel who
res pecta Ma calling will lend hla aid lo lb
solemnisation of such a ceremony.
Helm. Died, on Friday nlghl last, of
general debility, Mlrcua Helm, Esq , aged
8 year. He waa among the oldeat clti-
tena of Ihe county, a man of strict Integri
ty, ami a deroted member of Ihe Christian
Church. Hla remtlna were Interred Sun
day at McCormack'a Church.
Iter. J. II. Spencer will begins protract
ed meeting at Crab Orchard llaplist
Church to-morrow (Saturday.)
Since the 1st of Jannary last, Ihe First
Prrsbyleiian Church of Louiarllle, Ky,
Iter. Dr. K. O. tiuerrtnt, ivistor, haa re
wired an secession of 141 members, and
in addition, the ChUrch haa eery largely
The South Kentucky Baptist Association
metal Middleburg thla week. Nearly all
the churches In lla charge were represent
ed, and it la said that more than fifteen
hundred wraon were in attendance, man
ifesting .great interest In the cause of Ihe
The only apparent good that ha result
ed from the Deerlng Camp Meeting that
haa been in progress ten daya, ia four dm
fessiona. Itr. Dr. Deems, editor of tho
Abadtiy Jfuoiuutr, and many other eminent
dirinca, hare discoursed, but their ser
mons had not the revival ring In them.
At the Church-meeting of Ibt Bapllat
Congregation held last Saturday, a general
calling to account was made against the
erring members. Dancing and drinking
were the principal charges, and ont mem
her went out on the latter charge. The cara
against Mr. A. II, Owen for a little irregu
laris in Casey, wa continued for further
At the age of 63 and alter a Christian
miuiatry of 37 years, Iter. Newman Hall,
Ihe great London clergyman, haa brought
suit against hia wife for dlrorce, on the
ground of adultery. The trial haa Juat
closed, and Mra. Hall haring produced tes
timony showing that ber husband la guil
ty of a like cime, the development were
equal to the Ileecher naailneea. The tri
dene goes lo prore that both are guilly.
A decree for a divorce waa entered.
I.AXD, STOCK AXD CHOP.
Elder Jo. Ilallou offer for sale in an-
other column hi fine farm on Ihe Dan
Q. W. Alford bought of Nape Tevta, one
mule for $S0 and sold It three daya after
ward for $9i.
A farmer In llourbon raised several
"Hard Baptist" watermelons that weighed
CO iound each.
K. K. Sheemaler haa sold his house and
lot on Huatonrlltt street In Amanda Oreen,
col'd, for $900, caah.
"Edwin Forest," Bonner's lint trc"jr,
atepped or er a lull laat Saturday In 2.11 J
the faatest time on record.
All the chute Northern wool In Ihe San
Francisco market hare been purchased by
two Boston house at 23 rente per pound.
BULL A. M. Feland I still standing
hi bull, flh Duke of Oxford, at $5, and
all that errr bred to hiiu are able lo lay
The receipt of wheat at Cincinnati for
Ihe month of July were 1.C23.W0 bushel
against 1,101,720 for Ihe corresponding
mouth of laal rear.
Taking 100 a a basis of a perfett crop,
Ihe Department of Agriculture reportalhe
arerag apple crop of all Hi Nates al 72
ami of iachea CI,
11. F. Clifl, of Mason, purchased a tar-
load of cattle and ahlpped Ihem to Cincin
nati. They averaged 1,250 uunda and
were bought al 3c.
llouibou'a wheal crop la estimated at
300,000 bushels, of which about 250,000
will bt shipped, and which will bring Into
the county $210,000.
Since March lat, to dale, Ih to
tal iacklng of Ih West haa bren 2,298,
411 boga, agaliut 2.147,709 head for the
urn period of last year.
Mollis McCarthy baa gont lamt under
training at Saratoga, and her owucr has
decided lo retire ber from the turf and
make her a brood marr. In Ihe last race
that Moll! rau, her u.u.r won $30,000
txcluaiv of alakea.
nr - n
Elder S. R Moore ha bought Ihe Wilt
Oalnea farm of 130 acre, near Donerail,
Fayette county, at $31 per acre, growing
While in Missouri, W. It Anderson
purchased COO twea at $2 per head and
shipped Ihem In the farm nf Moore A Ly
tic, near Laiette, Kansas.
Mr. Jo Spalding, of this county, bought
laat week of Felix McAte 12 head of 2-
year old mnlea for $1,300; also, In Taylor
county, 30 head of aged mnlea, 4 lo 6 years
old, at $80. tlnon Times.
C. V. D.Slonl, of New Jersey, continues
to buy ami ship breeding ewea from this
county. He ha already purchased .1,000
In Lincoln, at an average of $2.25 per head,
ami a large number In Bovle, He I a de
cided favorite with our stock men.
Mrs. O. P. Evans' cattle are afflicted
wllh a very strange disorder. Their hind
legs awrll np, and In a few daya Ihey die.
She has already lost four head. Nolasly
who ha seen Ihe cattle ha errr beiora
seen any aflllcted In Ih aim way. Win
chester 8un. s
8. II. Pennington shipped lo Imtarille.
Tuesday, a car load of cattle and hog of
hla own ralslnr. The rati e arerared
about W0 lbs., and were young and fat.
The hog averaged 230 pound. He got
21c per pound for Ihe rattle and $3.31 per
cwt, for Ihe hogs.
Col. D. W. Jones' fine cow, Oxford Beau-
ty'a Duchess, by 2d Dole of Oneida, out of
imp. Baron Oxford' Beauty, dropped a
ml heifer calf, by 4th Duke of Iillhurat,
on the 11th. This la certainly a ralnabl
cow. She li not yet alx year old, and has
dropped ft htifer calve, Danville Adr.
At Ih Danville Fair, Lincoln took the
following premium On best mare colt by
" Woodfjrd Boy," T. L. Crow; mare, 2-year
old, C. T, Sandldgr; bull, 2-year old, Jets
P. lllflej walking ring stallion, mare or
geldlog C V. Gentry; rockaway horse,
O. P. Bright A number of other exhib
itor took certificates.
LocitviLLn Good cattle are In de
mand at 4 lo 4 for extra shippers. Beat
butcher bring 3 to 3; medium to good,
3 lo 3; Ihin to common, 1 to 2). Hoga
aell at $3.C0 lo $3.70 per cwl, for choice,
$3.4 lo $3j for fair to good; good light,
$3 to $3.25. Sheep and lambs of good
quality, find ready sale at a ahade higher
prices. Extra sheep, 3 to 3 per lb, com
mon, 2 lo 2; extra lambs, 3 to 3; com
mon, 2 to 3 cents.
LrxixaTox CncitT. From 300 to 350
cattle on aale Monday, with price depress
ed. The aalea made, ranged from 3 to 3
cents. There were about 200 mule on
the market. Unbroke mules. sold from $15
to $75, according to quality. Broke mule
from $50 to $115. There wa a large sup
ply ot plug horses, mostly sold at prices
ranging from $11 to $05 per head. Two
hundred ami twenty sheep sold al $1.15,
and 170 at $1.82.
The CmuvrJimnal, in view of the late
fall in the price of wheat, adrisea the farm-
era not to break Iheir necks to see who can
II out first, as It I Inund lo l worth,
$1.25 per bushel by January. Tlu crop ia
full 50,000,000 bushel less than laat year,
and the foreign demand I estimated at
100,000,000 bushels greater. Fair to prime
wheat In Louisville, I now worth 90 to 92.
Wearen A Evans, our home dealers, are
paying 80 cent.
The planetary perturbation hare
brought heavy Ulster again to the front.
The Caaey Fair haa tho promise of fair
weather, and bid fair, with a fair allowing
fairly to eclipse all competitors, whether
viewed In reference lo the fair women a
multitude of whom design gracing the af
fair with their presence the fair at-ck
which la thronging thitherward, or the
temping bill of fare got up by the Sha
kera for Ihe occasion.
On Monday crcntng, a ragrant Tiegro
fiddler, calling himself George Keller,
entered the store of W. II. Smith A Co, to
make some trifling pMrcbase. Aa he cama
out, he quietly alipped our a pocket-book
containing about $15, which Mis Mc Lo
gan had Juat laid on the counter. The
book waa missed almost Immediately, and
Bob Green, one of the clerks, pursued
Kelley, overtook and brought him back to
the alort. Protesting the moit child-like in
nocence, and proudly offering hi pocket
for inspection, Ihe search In. that quarter
revealed nothing; but Bob, who la rery
young, lottlnctlrely uught lit bosom, and
there "unearthed the fraud." Kelley wa
aenl to Stanford, Monday night.
Deaths. The death record during the
last week waa unusually large. Marquis
Helm, aged over 80 yeara, a will-known
cltixrn of the county, and a prominent
member of lha Christian Church, died on
the night of Ihe 8th. and waa buried at
McCormack'a meeting-house on Sunday,
Funeral serricc by V. L. William
Mies Emma S. Wright, aged about 70, died
on Saturday morning, at the residence of
Mr. Winter Wright, a nephew with whom
she made her borne. Miaa W, wa born
and brought up in the city of London, aud
migrated to the U. a in 1852. She wa
buried at the Ml. Salem Cemetery on Sun
day afternoon, according to the form pre
scribed in th burial service of Ih t'pia.
copal Church, of which the waa a member
Siiocxixu Tiuoedv. Joseph B. Lucaa
waa burled at the Huatonville Cemetery on
Tuesday, In the presence of a large collec
tion of grief-atrlcken frienda and relative.
Hla death occurred under circumstances
peculiarly distressing. He waa thot and
instantly killed on Monday crenlug, by
hi brolher-ln-law, JfeJ, Johnston. There
waa no witness to th tragedy except Mrs.
Johnaton Lucaa' slater, Th weapon
used waa a 32-caliber Smith A Wesson, Im
proved iJalol. Three ahota look effect,
either if which would hare been mortal,
one being In Ihe bowels, on In Ihe brain,
and one In Ihe heart the last mentioned
passing entirely through the body, Mr.
Johnaton I under guard al hta residence.
Th position of Ida wife Is iecullarly try
ing and critical. In an tre uiely dellcal
situation aa to health, having witnessed
Ih fall of her only brother by Ih hand of
her husband, holding alone lb terrible
secret of th fearful tragedy, ah la in a
moat pillabl ordeal. Th examining tri
al occupied nearly the whole day Wednes
day, 'Squire Hugh and Bailey on the
bench, Messrs. Miller A ItoJe for th
prosecution, and Welch A Saulley, for lb
difciur, Ther waa no poaltlv testimony
lo Ih act of killing; but a larg number of
witnesses were examined a to circumstan
tial evidence. Tht testimony having clos
ed, riweches wrr mad by each of th le
gal gentlciueu, TU decision of tha Court
waa lo send up for further trial, fixing the
ball at $1,(00, which be easily gave.
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At narrislskart Kf wkoa.lfertlsemn arrears
in I bis pspr IS mi Of I n fMiiess snu mm, rHrs
lei! laatltntlnrf tkardoeitlnn sffMnsa In ih
mats. Msnv sr Ih most aeeostiUahil an.1 nentl
worn r th rfnintry llna it wllk prtilsaa tkelr
7sm msfrr. arsl ar saw Brn.ll- Ihelr danthtera
In lata ihelr plaees la Ita kalla. II la l,sllrollf
sltsstel en ih sltr Iks M l Irsenflll Prelnrs
whos water area raiwonaajt Is sttrrrHin.lMl he
rt nf Ih bvmi lrelf a r1 ksstthful reatsna f I he
West. X tnslllNtlAn haa Cnn tsnrw t etsfal
thetafNlarlf remalr-lnellsi, ana Iheennstsnl
ratriwistrsllhssrsrelfe.irr sit lhBwmmn.llnt:
Ulea, aa well sa (mm Keatsrkr. Indlrals Ih
hlsheateem In whlrh lis ae!hofs an.1 arrolnl
menla ar ilrnrrrf.ltf' kel.1.
Hervrnnrr af ,r,fer,rrr,
TheWitlimantlc mo! thread,lhe lt In
America, used and recommended by erery
Sewing Machlno Cn, sold by na.
Stilt they go West but prof hie them-
setrea with one of our Indlslrnctablt xlnc
Trunks, They art a terror lo the Iraggage
First nf the season Juat receivnl 8,000
yard of Hamburg Islglng and tnaerltng.
Call and examine Ihem, and you will find
that they are ahcaperthan ever before.
If limes are hard there la no longer any
excuse fur you wearing that old shabby
hat. New and elegant slock In wool and
Fur Hata of the rery latest styles, and at
price to make a man feel that lime are
Our trade the past season In Boys and
Children's Clothing wa so satisfactory that
we delrrmtned to slock np early. We re-
ceired laat week a n Ice assortment of Cloth
ing for boy for Fait wear. Aa Ihe lime
for Winter schools I now upon ua, provide
your boy with good, warm clothing.
It haa been Ihe talk all Summer that
woolen gooda would be higher thia than
they were last Tall. Believing this, we
bought early in July a large stock of Jeana
of the very beat brand, and will be able to
tell at aa low price aa they hare been sold
at for 20 years. Our Judgment waa right,
at the same goods are now worth in the
city from 2c to Sc more per yard than
when we bought.
For the next forty days, we propose to
make a price on our clothing that will sell
them if times are hard, aa there ia now a
rery large force of workmen engaged in
making up a stock for ua for the Fall and
Winter, we must make room for them. So
don't look shabby anr longer, when so lit
tle money will dress you like a Prince.
We hare the cxclusire aale in Stanford,
of the finest and best French Calf Sewed
Boot erer offered here. Home-made, and
warranted lo glre entire satisfaction.
We would call especial attention to our
slock of Parasol and Fans, bettering It to
be the largest and cheapest assortment to
be found In the city.
Our stock of Sandels, Newport Ties,
Button Newport's for Ladles', Misses and
Children, ia still complete.
Another large stock of Newport Ties,
Button Newport and Strap Sandals, just
New stock of Zinc Trunks, Valieses,
Carpet-satchels, Just receivnl.
New and elegant stock of Per, Linen
and Silk Fan.
Our Organdies and fawns are beautiful
New stock of Ijice and Embroidered
Silk Mils in black and light color.
A TORPID LIVER
la tt IrvlUal soarc of many diaaasea, proau
Best asaonf w aka ar "
dysrcpsia, sick-headache, costiveness?
.dysentery, bilious rever, ague and fevcr,
'jaundice, piles, rheumatism, kidney com.
plaint, colic, etc
SYMPTOMS OF A "
lagM ofApp-ttiU and Ku , tha bowjU
aneoiUT. buaometlmtM al Urn ta with
boMneM, Pain in Ui.ooc?paol
with a Dull Miiaatfolntha back partaTaiq
nth righttlda anduncUr th houldt
QafilnMafteaUnct with" a'tdulivi
cUnationto axartionof body or mind, IrrU
JabUity of Umpr,Jaow ptrtU, Io of
oma dutyQtinarti waarin af Dlayinea,,
I1utUrinatthH.rt. DoU b7or tha
m, Yallow Bkln, gUdwha yanarally
orartE rtcht ayauBaUwnaaaat clcht
with fitful draama, hUhlyoolorad Urln
IT THESE WAKH1KG8 AJLE UMHKXDID.
tUIOUS DISEAStS WILL SOON BE DEVUOf 0.
era especially adapted to'auoh
oases, a single dose effects
such a change of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
mra mimI4 (Va aaaaianraa that ar
fra Ifm rrprillblc4Yalar
Ik wool tUllcat rBlaall Thar
Haarrb r I lrUrt 4 lalaraia
Ika aiir HfiUM. Uy rllf ! !
raw .Ufar lhay (. tb bla4
tfm . k mm art). a.l ikaa iri
fcaallk maai vlialllf la ika k.n
Ika fcawala ! art aalarallj wllkaal
wklch aa aaa aaa faal wall
A Noted Divine says :
Dr TinTwDMrtwirrlMrMfI,lf ba
tsMflfT t XaatU. UaattiMU)J rtiM I
ymtM 7Js4T tUl afaafaj lBa.HIBilJ UM I tatxl
UaMTWttLhliuUfait Imwki U aa
fftM4 lK it. aiKMtliM IMM.MI.
Mis aM. M1 1 UWIIIMi fart taajalaVsU atahj .
Tlvtf U Worth lasOUsf alsrbl ! asl .. .,
TkU flrat ffcl la to lacraa ika Ayaatlia.
aa4 caaaa tfea bod? ta Take rlv-afc uai tka
ajttwUBarWk4aU4 l7 ttwrtf TaaU Aa
tUa oa Ua UUaailva Uraaa UagaUr
III la ara pralai!.
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
Of NEW YORK, 8 AYS I
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StMU ih. li?M W 11. BUMU.I I.MlhM.u4 lu.
f kaXj lffall4
SOID tVCIVWHEK, miCE CtNIJ.
3 Marrar Kir.. I, Nsw York.
Ssr Sr.TVTTS UANUALot Valashl. luur.
aaa ilssf u tumnyM bubs itiBiwnrss
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JtHrVet, S Mwrey St., New York.
THE IMPROVED MllYFIELD
WATER ELEVATOR & PURIFIER
Heart Wlint Your Neighbors Say About It.
Danviixk, Kr., Juno 27, 1870.
HaveuclonoofthoMjrficM Water Elevators nnd Purifier lor fivo
rear, and find it ail that is claimed for it. They trill purifjr the foulest well
or cistern; never freeze up; a child ten years old can draw water from a fifty'
foot well, sufficient for tho use of a large family; are very durable; Micro
ther will last ten years: would not buy any other when I could eet tho May
Danville, Kr., Juno 27, 1879.
Wo have used one of tho May field Water Elevators in tho cistern at this
oflico for several years; it has worked to our entire satiifactitfn; has proved
rooro durable than tho chain pump and lighter draft. I have been so well
pleased with it that laat Spring I removed a chain pump from my cistern
nt home and put in a Mayfield Elevator. When the Elevator was put In tho
cittern, it had become, infested with the small bugs that aro so common
in cisterns, and had begun to emit unpleasant odors. After a few weeks'
use of this pump, they both entirely disappeared. I consider it tho best cis
tern pump I know of, and would use no other when I could obtain one of
them. J. W. Proctor, Cashier Central National Bank.
Stanford, Ky., Juno 28, 1870.
I use one of tho Mayfield Water Elevators and Purifiers. It improves tho
water; works with great ease; is very durable; agitates the water thorough
ly; gives cntiro satisfaction in every particular. I would have no other.
John J. AIcRobebt, Cashier National Bank.
, Wc, the undersigned citizens of Kentucky, having known the MarficM
Elevator and Purifier since it was patented by Isaac Mayfield, of May
field, Ky,, In 1871, and having been using one since that time, do heartily
recommend it, and claim: ltt. That it will purify the foulest well or cis
tern. 2d. That it will not frcczo In tho coldest weather. 2d. That it will
last ten years. 4lh. That a cliild ten years old can draw water out of a fifty-foot
well, sufficient for the largest family uto. We certify that our names
were signed to this by our permission, and any communication in regard to
tho Elevator, addressed to us, will bo cheerfully answered.
Hon. A. It. Book, M. C, Mayfield, Ky.; Hon. Ed. CnossLANn, May
field, Ky.; II. 8. Halt, Prcst. First Nat, Bank, Mayfield, Ky.; Judge W.
W. I.OBCRT80K, Cir. Judge, Mayfield, Ky.; Hon. Lrw.ANDERSOJf.MaTfield,
Ky.; Hon. J. litooEit, Paducah, Ky.; Mieii Wcrx, Mayor, Paducah, Ky.
WEAREN c EVANS,
FIRE CLAY CHIMNEYS OR FLUES
Arc limeli elienper than brick
flues, much Niilcr than Ninall brick
flues nnd much lighter than brick
lines, anil arc therefore better for
running fines from nccoimI floors,
ami for .small houses the very
thing. Any carpenter or ordina
ry mechanic can set them up.
For Salo by WEAKEN & EYANS,
KENTUCKY ART DISTRIBUTION
OF VALUABLE OHIQINAL
2,s Shares, $5 00
'J.S00 l'riira from SLS0 lo $1,000...
Every Sharo a Prize, and Positively No Blanks!
DRAWING TO TAKE I-LACE AT
X.OXJIS-VXLjX.E, OCTOBEE 18, 1.&7B.
a-SlnjI. blurts, ai oo. Elst a Bbsrrs ht ISO CO. BeuJ be Circular sal rrla List.
SW-Sni AiMrsaa CARL C BRENNER, P.-0. Uax M, Uul.fUls, Kr
Itstlnaialli.rfUB Israa quaatllr tf sanll.nl
Irs, I Bill drlltrr II to rrular tustws.ra srtrr
oxi: :i:.t ii:it pou.mh
AuJaalrs I(an7 lluisdurlD lbs tlajr, Bt Cat
usult A iVniijr'a alwr., si aaius raU. IVnoua cou
lutiMlug aflr Jul 1st will Uiusrtfotl higher.
Accounts duo at tho oloso of oaoh
Month, and prompt sottlo-
Ua? )n. Hunr. t, uAuuuw.
S. A. MIDDLETON, Tunnel City.
I will pay the hlefieit market price
al Merchandiie at the Lowest Prices.
Will alio take good Plat Balls. Tan -
bark. Lumber and all kinds of Coun
uraieu run uros. naeoni, wnica i.
will exchange for Staves, dke. I will
receive Stavei delivered at Caldwells,
ViAm N. a. Miiui.i.ruN.
Will pHi-lfy llio foulest well or
cistern. Wiggles, worms or wa
fer lice can not live In wells or
cisterns wlicrc tills Klcvnlor is
used. Mnkcs good water better.
Cnn not possibly frcczo up. Nev
er requires any priming. No
wood or iron tubing to wear out
or get out of repair. Will last
ten years. A ten-year-old clilid
can draw water from a Ilfly-foot
.. 21,105 00
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tsk.aroun.ln l-JirOEANMl 1 1 1
or HOOIC-ICXUJIMNC aboukl
writs for afsclnifoa of peaaiaiiabli au4 Oollrg
WAKIl'S HKYAIiT & STI.ATTO.N
Cor. Talrl and Mala Klrtcta, UuUrllls, Kf
CAUBAdE AND CURRANT HOUMS Dl
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S fls.aiatauip.lkiiTf Mossla.frsDkUti.lBj
J. & L. SEAS0NG00D & CO.,
Manufacturers of Clothing,
IMPORTEES &J0BBEU8 of WOOLENS
H. L. Ayaar, l"rrs, A A Mutatis. "ui.t
WHEELER GARH1AGE CO.,
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