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WORLD'S FAIR WORK.
Jealousy Loeos to California tho Horticultural Dopartraont. SITE FOR THE MUSIC EXHIBIT Selected In the Building of Manufacture and Art#?The Proposition to Brinjf Ovor Soventy-flve heading European Editor* Ciiicaoo, III., July 15.?Sectional Jealousy and neraonal attacks combined havo succeeded ixi losing to California tho rich prize of the horticultural department of tho world's fair. First Walter Maxwell, then General Chipfnan, and now Gen. William Forsytho, all have failed of confirmation solely becauso of the attacks made on each one of them by citizens of their own statu. General Forsythe, after ample time for full inquiry had elapsed between his nomination by Director-General Davis and action upon it by tho national board of control, was confirmed by that board. Then tho campaign of personal Vilification and ineuaacions personal abuse was commenced upon l'orsythe. similar to that started in tho case ot Maxwell. The local directors, 3,000 miles away, could not undertake to determine upon tho morits or justice of personal attacks made upou nominees trom California by persons in their own State, so the result has been that General Fnrsvthn vestordnv wrote Director General Davis a Icttor thanking him fur the nomination, and absolutely declining it. fie hit /or the east on an Evening train on route to Kurope for a fdeasure trip which he has contemplated or soine time. His letter of withdrawal relieved the local diroetory, or, rather, its board of reference, to which the matter had been referred, of a very awkward embarrassment. Whatever objections to Forsythe may rest with those who opposed him they do not appear to have been proven to tho conviction of the members of the committee on agriculture, who in disposing of this already too vexatious matter say in their report submitted to the board of directors: "We are satisfied that the appointment will not secure the object desired by the director-general in making the same?that is, the selection of a man agreeable to all sections of California. The ruports we have received are so conflicting that we deem it our duty to recommend that tho board do not confirm the appointment." WITHDREW FOR THE SAKE OV HARMONY. In his letter of positive declination General Forsythe said that since the opposition to his appointment had arisen within liis own State ho had concluded that his administration of the department would be neither agreoable to him nor satisfactory to all sections of his State. A special committee, consisting of Commissioner St. Glair and Directors Kdwin Walker and W. 1). Keerfoot, to which the letter of withdrawal was referred, accepted it and passed unanimously a resolution in which they regret tlie dissensions in reference to their choice of a chief for the horticultural department that have developed among citizens of California. They commend General William Forsythc fur the manly and patriotic statements contained iii his letter, and express the hope that he will continue the etllcient work which he has already performed in discharging the duties" ot his position us a member of the world's Colurubian commission, and as chairman of the committee of horticulture of th*?t body. So goes the disposition of the horticultdrnl department for tho present. No one knows at present who will be named for it. although there aro those who would like to see ?J. DcB. Shorb, of California, or John Throp, of New York, mentioned for the place. It is a misapprehension to supposo that tho latter gentleman was considered for tho place, though the statement has been erroneously published, and doubtless will be so published again. What the friends of Mr. Thorp would like to see him appointed to is the subdepurtinent of floriculture, and this, as he is an eminent tiorist and an authority ou floriculture for many years, may possibly bo brought about. ' As to the* chieftaincy of the horticultural department that will now certainly bo postponed for sotno time, certainly till the meeting of tho national commission in September. TUB MUSIC KXHI1HT. The location of the music building has nt liiMt boon decided. unlet or Construction Burnham said yesterday that it lias been settled to place the sneeiul structure devoted to music and the music trade, and that to bo used for the leather industry in the grand inner court of the great hall of manufactures and liberal arts. The music pavilion will be at the ?outh end and the leather building at tho north end of the central court, looking north and south. Entrances to them will be created from the area under the great dome. ARRANGING HAIL AND OCEAN RATES. Traffic Manager K. E. Jaycox has returned from New York and Philadel phi a, where he has been with Tralfic Manager Hudson, of the Illinois Central railroad, in the interest of the exposition. While in New York he conferred - '.i- -it ?i... i." ,..i Willi Jill HIT .Ull?iisii unu nuii1111 viimi steamship com pun it'a regarding roducod rates on exhibits and passenger rates. The feeling umong the representative steamship companies was found to be very friendly, showing .1 decided disposition to do everything hi their power to secure reasonable rates from European ports to the Atlantic seaboard, anil to further this end thev have agreed to call a meeting this week to discuss the matter, and by joint action rofer the same to'their European managers for final decision. At a meeting of the press and printing committee yesterday it was resolved In reference to the proposition of the International Press association, that "an appropriation of $12,500, or us much thereof us may be needed, be made to aid in defraying the expenses of a trip to Chicago of seventy-five editors of leading European newspapers, tinder the auspices of tho Internutionnl Press reception committee; anv additional expense, of whatsoever kind, incurred before or nfter the arrival of tho for eign guests in uuicago 10 no pain oik oi a guarantee fund (furnished by tho International Tress reception committee) of not less than a sum equal to that appropriated by the exposition authorities, tho fund's provided by the world's Columbian exposition not" to be available till the uuaranteo fund of the reception committee has been raised. Provided, that the International l'ress reception committee submit to the press and printing committee for inspection and Approval all the literature issued by it, and the list of names of editors to be invited." The internatiodal press reception committee, at a meeting last night, received and considered the cnrauiunira tlon and accompanying resolution submitted from the preaa and printing committee as published above. Tbirtveight of the members of the international committee were present, the president, ^ Robert Li'ndbfbm, lu the chair. After a thorough discussion of tho matter tho committee unanimously passed a resolution accepting the proposition of the exposition press and printing committee, and in addition a resolution uias adopted to the client that tho representatives of the foreign press In the city of Chicago would secure any pecuniary guarantee considered necessary by the World's Fair directors. TIIE WESTING HOUSE CASE. Ileorgtinlaitloii of th? Klvrtrlo Couipuny. The Terms Acco|itml. Pittsburgh, Pa., July 15.?At a mooting of the stockholders of the Westinghouse Electric Company to-day it was unanimously decided to accept thoplan of reorganization recently proposed. The following new board of directors was elected: Charles Francis Adams, of Boston; August Belmont, Charles Fnirchild, 31. Hartley, Geo. W. llobard. floury B. Hyde and Brayton Ives, of Sow York: Lemuel Bannister, A. M. Byers and George Westinghouse, jr., of Pittsburgh. By the plun of reorganization adopted four million dollars of seven per cent cumulative preferred stock is created, of which three million dollars has been tukcn at pur by the reorganization syndicate, to rare for tho company's lloating debt and providendy ditional capital. The assenting stockholders give up forty per cent of their stock, aggregating over $2,500,pt)0 par value, for the use of tho coinjKlny, and are given upon tho sixty, per cent of stock which they retuiil, a seven per cent preference. " MRS. l,4tfGTRY DIBPIGUHED. Klclit'tl In tbo Fuoo by Ifvr Paramour nml Iter Uuauty fipollfil for 1.1ft*. Loxdon, July 15.?Several stories are afloat with regard to tho lutest theatrical HonsiiiHun?Ahincdon Buird's asuault on Mrs. Langtry?about which there Iiuh beon a good ileal of gossip. The following story may be relied tipon as authentic, as it was told to a newspaper representative by one who saw .Mrs. J^angtry just after tho assault had beon committed,with the blood streaming down her face: Some time ago Baird bought York House, Begent'sJPark, for Mrs. Limgtrv, and also paid olf her debts in connection with the Princess' Theater, of which she is at present the lease holder. On a recent occasion Baird returned home unexpectedly and found a youn^ man dining with Mrs. Langtry. \\ ithout more ado he proceeded to put him out, and then knocked "the Lily" down and kicked hor in the face in such a way that it is suid she is now distigured for life. Mrs. Langtrv had to be carried to bed and attended l>y a surgeon, who declares that it is probable she will never be able to act again. 31 rs. langtry began an action for assault against Baird, but when he came to liis senses he repented of what he had doae and went to the house. Then as a douceur and to prevent the action, he paid her $125,000 in Bank of England notes. HOW Til ICY OOT ItlCIf. XmvN|>u]H*r lUijmrlor* Suciiro u l)c?tl l?y Throutmiiuato Kxpoito a Murriuror. Asoiti.v, Ore., July 15.?About seven years ago a man named Browning was murdered In Pacific county, Washington. Mrs. Browning and Darius Norris wers arrested and tried for the murder* but acquitted. About two years ago Mrs. Browning died in a small town in Illinois, and on her death-bed confessed that she and Norris had murdered her husband. Norris has spent most of his time in Asoria, but on the 27th of March I Iud ln> loft nit t.hn Rritiuli thin Siorrn I Blancu for Franco. Norris was the owner of ft large tract of land, which is now said to be worth over ono hundred thousand dollars. It boa come to light that two newspaper men obtained a deed to the land from Xorris, and it is saitl they compelled him to leave the country by threatening to disclose certain facts concerning the murder of Browning. Spring Vnlloy Strike Ov?r. Spuing Vai.ley, Ili.., July 15.?The miners of this placo who have been out on a strike since .May 25, offered to resume work to-day 011 condition that the gross weight system of weighing coal be adopted with semi-monthly pay days. The adoption of this system of weighing removes the cause of" the strike. This nrooosition has been submitted to W. L. Scott, president of the company, and his approval of it will result in ' a redemption of coat mining here. A Finally I'oImoihmI. Louisville, Ky., July 15.-?Near Rusfiellvillo yesterday, the family of J. II. Cornelius, a well-to-do farmer, was poisoned bv the food at supper. Bernard Cornefius, a nephew, died before a doctor could be reached. Five others ?rr? /IntiiriiPiitlull* ill TIlO fivmnfnina urn of arsenic. The poison is supposed to have been in the milk. There is no cause known for anyone to have given the poison. Fatal neglect is little short of suicide. The consoqneuces of u neglected cough are too well known to need repeating Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Svnip cures :t cough promptly, ?old bv sill dcaless on n guarantee of satisfaction. daw EXCURSION TO LEXINGTON, VA. Ilnir IlutI'd via II. A O. to th* rnvetlinir of Sttmewttll JuckMon'it Monument, .Inly 21 At. For this occasion the B. A* 0. R. U. announces the sale of tickets on July 10th ami 20th at rate of one fare for the round trip nt Baltimore, Washington and at all stations on its lines west of theso two cities in Marvlnnd, Virginia and Went Virginia. The unveiling ceremonies will bo the occasion of the reunion of inanv veterans of the North and .South and of the assembling of a lar>:o number of Confederate Veteran Camps. Ticket* will be valid forroturn passage until July 30th inclusive. TU&ftTH. John Clurk, ot Pittsburgh, Pa., is probably the richest colored man in the country! he having amassed the snug sum of $200,000. I Have taken Several Bottles of Bradfleld's Female Regulator for falling of the womb and other diseases combined, of 10 years standing, and / wi//y Mien lam etirri entirely, for which please accent my thanks. Mks. W. K. Stkhhixs, Ridge, Ga. Sold at wholesale and retail by l.ogan Drug Co., and all druggists. 4 if your back aches. Or ion aro all worn out, rr ally gooil for notaInj. It l? (ener*l<loMllty_TTy iihdirys inos hitteus. It will euro you, cl*An?* r?ar arcr, and gtw a coud AppvUta. CHANGING Til 10IK TUNIS. What ISiigllith Editor* N?%r Soy About tlio World'* r?lr. Loxdox, July 14.?The Daily News commumlri the Government's appointment of the Council of the Society of Arts as the British commission to the Chicago exposition, and saya: "The greatest interest naturally attaches throughout England to the exhibition. It will be a good thing for the commerce of both countries. If English exhibitors prove that England's industries can hold their own, it may bring home to the Americans wont thev sacriflee to protection, and open their eyes to the fact that the McKinley law is not worth what it coats." The Standard to-day says: "The Chicago Fair will be the biggest show on record. It must not bo neglected either by British manufacturers or British artists. The Society of Arts has juHt claims to occupy the responsible position towards tuo fair, which the government has just assigned it, in view of the fact that it was largely instrumental in bringing about the London exhibitions." How llo Wautvd IIIn StcnU. The waiter came back to the tablo for the third time, says the Minneapolis Journal. "Will you have your steak plain, sir?" heitskeu. ' 'That's what I said ten"minutes ago." / "Yes, sir. Have it well done?" "That's what 1 told you." "Yes, sir. All right*, sir. Have it extra thick!" "That was my order." "All right, sir." Then as the waiter started to go the customer straightened up and called him back. "You forgot ono thing," he said "Yes, sir.' "I'll also have it served." "What, sir?" "Oh, that's all right, I know tJio f>laco. You havegoou meats here. You lave them rare, medium, and well done; vou have them tender; vou have them ?m?I. I,Ht ,*?a nnlv about once in three hours that you havo them served, and I'm particular to havo mine that way. Now go ahead." iie got his order in three minutes. She Could Want It. UJt. "No, ITarry, T am sorry; but I am sure that wo could not be happy together. You know I always want my own way in everything. "But* my dear girl, you could go on wanting it*after we were married." IIow'n TIiInI Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot bo cured oy taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned luivo known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Tkuax, Wholesalo Druggists t\ i Uit-UU, v/. Waldinu, Kikxax& Martin, Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, O. Ilall's Catarrh Ciiro is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous 8urfaco of the system. Testimonials gent free, Prico 75 cents por bottle. Sold by all Druggists. paw To tho Public. Caddo Mills, Texas, June 5,1801.? From my own personal knowledge, I can recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps in the stomach, also for 'diarrhea and flux. It is tho bost medicine I have ever seen used and the bost selling, as it always gives satisfaction. A. K.Sherrill. and 50 cent bottles for sale by C. K. Goetze, W. W. Irwin, John Klari,*C. Schnepf, (J. Menkemiller, W. S. McCullough, M. W. Heinrici, W. E. Williams, S. L. Brice. John Coleman and W. H. Williams, Wheeling W.Viu; Howie ^ Co., Bridgeport, Ohio; B. F. Poabody, Benwood, w. Va. n.tw A woman in San Francisco went into a hotel, leaving $2,000 in a sutcnol in her carriage. .Sho returned in a few minutes to find the money gone. Will lin CJlven A way. Our enterprising druggists, the Logan Drug Co., who carry the Jinest stock of drugs, perfumeries, toilet articles, brushes, sponges, etc., are giving away a large number of trial bottles of Dr. Miles' celebrated Restorative Nervine. Thov guarantee it to cure headache, dizziness, nervous prostration, slceplessiioas, tho ill effects of spirits, tolmcco, coffee, etc. Druggist%oy it is the greatest seller they ever knew, ami is universally satisfactory. They also guarantee Dr. Miles' New Heart "Cure in all cases of nervous or organic heart disease, palpitation, pain in side, smothering, etc. Fine book on "Nervous and Jieart Diseases" free. 4 "Olivb Blossom" has been truly called "The Woman's Friend." It is a* friend indeed to poor suffering, worn out wives and daughters whoso lives are made miserable by some of tho many weaknesses peculiar to their sex. "Olive Blossom" is sold bv Logan Drug Co., C. K. Goetzo, W. W. Irwin, W. E. Williams, C. Schnopf, 0. Menkenioller, W. C. Armlvright, W.H. Williams and M. W. Ileinrici; .r. W. Darrah, liolston & Co., Martin's Ferry; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport: C. M. Wyricfe, Bellairo; St. Clair Bros., Ben wood. utw-0 2>II1??' Jfurvo mut Ltvnr PHI? act on a new principle?regulating tho liver, stomach and bowles through the whys. A new discovery. l)r. Miles' l'ills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liverj piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses C 1..? / t........ .'O ceil in. Ottuipuro iiuu HI. u?v ^uu Drug Co.'b. _ A "sunrise house" list? been built on top of one of the Cattikill peuk.?t, where people can jjo and remain over night to hop tIn* "gorgeous morning spectacle," CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! " Mothers' Friesd " is a scientificntltimonir*,! 1 inimi*nt fvrTV inLTC - ?/ f dient ot recognized value and In constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients arc combined in a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS* FRIEND" will DO all that is claimed for it AND MORE. It Shortens labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers "mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials, S?nt br express on receipt of price ft JO per bottto BRAOFIELD REQUtATOR CO., AtUnta.Ga. SOLD BV ALL DnroaiaTB. LOGAN DRUG CO., mrl9 xx*ur AND AI.L DttUGOISTB. Good Morning! Yon Are Hoarse! Lightning Cough Drops ?ro something new fn the way of a throat nnd Inn* bnlsam, are safe, certain and prompt In their action, and urn a sure cure lorCliOUl'. fines, 2ft and W>chwts a liOTTLB. Lightning Vegetable Liver Pills arc a sure cnre for Sick Headache, Bliiouimew. Costlvcnws.TllM and Tnaeflrity of the Liver. 23 cents a Box. Bngar Coated. Ono pill a dose. Don't grlpeormake you sick. Lightning Hot Drops A panacea for external and Internal use. For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Diphtheria, Bore Throat, dprains, Bruises, Laments, Hums, Cramps, Colic und all painful aflectionH. A sure cure for Dlarrhiua, bummer Complaint aud Flux. 25 anil co cekts pbh liOTTLB. Keop them In the House, thoy will ofton Savo Doctor Bills. If you feel no relief after using two-thirds the contents of a bottio of theso medicines return the remaining oue-thlrd to the dealer from whom you bought lt.and he will refund the prlci paid for the entire bottle. For 8aio by ail Druggists ?nd Outers In Madicino. Prepared bj HERB MEDICINE CO., - Weston, W. Va. ED. L. ROSE A CO.?HEADQUARTERS FOR WHEELS. EDW. L. ROSE & CO, Manufacturers' State Agents for YIOTOB, COLUMBIA. tVrvn?ln?nA/l l/i.lnt-a (linlr AnlnlnTi nf tlmuo Wildnln Ann iuuvvu iii'ihb v??v?? v" ? * ? ->v.u. A Largo Stock of the Following, at Prices Sure to Suit: Pathfinder, 61 TWELFTH ST., L. BALLARD. Wheeling,w. Va. Manager. ?DRY ITCHING 8GALE8 THAT CRACKED AND POPPED OPEN. Lutoley, Steuben Co., N. Y., April 11,1800. Foster, Milhuhn & Co., Buffalo, N% Y. Gentlemen :?When abont ten or twelve years old I was troubled with cracks across the palm of my left hand, and "when they healed the troublo broko out on my head, and every winter it would come out us a sort of tetter and mako scales all over my head. I have not been free from it a single winter sluco, but it was worse last winter after I hiul the grtppo, for then it came out in spots all orer my body, i had a doctor examine me, and he told mo that there was no euro for me. 1 got worse and worse. Scales would form over tho Bores and then dry out until they would crack and pop open, showing a watery matter. My akin was all like a dry wrapper. It felt as though it had^ dried on mo. The scales wero so bad that they would collect in tho bed and have to be shaken out. It was about this time that I commenced using B. B. B. I was bo bad that 1 was ashamed to take my hat off before a neighbor. I had used live bottles of another medicine without noticing nny effect; but when I oommcnced to take B. B. B. tho sores came out thickcr than beforo, and they burned llko fire; thoy were immense blotches of fire that would burn so I could not Bleep. Tho way they burnod and itched can not bo told, and I hope no one elso may ever know from experience. The only relief I could get was from washing the sores with some B. B. B. I stuck to tho medicino and was on the fourth bottle before I could seo that I was really better, although I knew that it was better to get such rottenness out of my blooa than to have it stay there. I did say Once that I wished I had never commenced taklncr B. B. B., but my wife encouraged me, and to-day I thank her for the advice, for I am la good health now, and 1 'don't beliove I ever would have been with my blood la eucii a condition as It was. lly scalp now Is clean and clear of all scales and tetter, and on my body tbero are only small spots to show whero the sores were, and tlieso spots are free from scales. I do not doubt but that the cure will be perfect. I am now on the sixth bottle and will take mora until every spot Is gono. I firmly believe that Burdock Blood Bitltra will cure tho worst disorders of tho blood, for such certainly was mine, Signed, APOLLO knot Mil HE FILLED TH5 GRECIAN IDEA IF MANLY BEAUTY. PERFECT IN FORM! MATCHLESS IN WHRI - So nnxloua were the Ancients for STALWART | AMEN. that puny boys at birth wero put to doath. K?5J?^eVERY man can be stronq and vigorb3sr^^s3 ous in every respect. 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STMM& nam a School for Girls, ?AND? MISS MAE BELLE HART'S School for Young Children, Will open In September In largo, nirr and well lighted rooms In the Crangle Illoclc, Market street. A iiill corps of olJloli'iit teacher*. Tho school will bo dlviucd Into three departmeuta, Primary, Grammar and Academic, of three grades each. Hoys will bo ]?repared for the Llnaly Freshman class'. The past year was successful In a high degree, making necessary a provision for a large Increase in the number of pupil*. jyO WESLEififtI INSTITUTE _ STAUNTON, VIRGINIA. Opon* S'-pt. 17th. H01.v, Ono ofjtho niewt thorough rmd Mtnctltn Schools for young tail Ion ir^ tlio Mouth. wmnnrr&Tnrj ynnnvi in music rwimix*n?o iwiriinni *pu jjclrjmt. bitiiAtlon beautiful. Climate ttnnuriwiKMHl. ruiiilB.fmm twenty HutM. Tonm low. flnecliil indttretnriifii to prrw<ns at * dlnUnc*. For tlio nuporlor tidvnntuffe* of this ol?l)r?t?-<l Virginia chool. mitw for a Oatalogiio to tho I'rrvidrnt. \V. A. UAItltl*, 1). 1)., Ktuunton, Va. ^jei't-rri^ ?; "UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA" PC MM Kit LAW l,KCTUltK8 inluo weekly) begin 9th Jnly. 1891. and end Otn Kupternber. Uhvo proved of signal tipe.?1st, to students who deaign to pursue tnolr HtudlM at thin or other Law Heboid; 2nd. to those who propose to rend privately; and Hd. to practitioners who have not had tho advantage of sv?wmatlc Instruct Ion. For circular apply (P. 0. I nlrernlty of Va., Charlottesville. Va.) to Jolts li. Misoit, Prof. Corn, and State Law. myJO-ixiw SPECIAL SUMMER SESSION of tho Whoollng Business College. Short Courses?CoMMKBcrat,, K.vouait, Snonriiand and tyTKWIUTINO, beginning Monday, June lftni, 1891, and continuing for ten weeks. Address an above. je'J-TTh.ts Staunton Military Academy For Young Men oud Jtoyn. For Illustrated catalogue, addtvM Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Va. ________ Jyl'-VTHMW BEAVER COLLEGE ANI) MUSICAL INSTITUTE for young ??lr!s and young Indies, Beaver, Pa. Kngllsh, Scientific*.?Itusieal, Art, Elocution and Special Music course. Kates reasonablo. Houd for Catalogue to tho Preoidont. nvv i> t taVliTk lUvivcr. l?n. iv&rrhAs EAST^CHATTANOOGA LANO CO. EAST CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE ! The right placo to establish any industry in the South that requires Wood, Iron or SteeL Large Inducements to Manufactarers OK EVERY KIND TO LOCATE WITH US. Now it the time nud here i? tho jdnrc to lay the foundation for future fortune*. Don't willed to thluk nbout this. Write me for purtlcuiMrs. or buy u rouud trip ticket to W.L'out Mountain. and when you rcorh here, call on me. BENJAMIN THOMPSON, Okstoul Manager EAST CHATTANOOGA LAUD COMPAHY, 125 Hlchanl?"n lllock, Cbuttitaoogu, Turn. rnr7 ttiuw M ACH IN ISTS. JJEMOVED, REDMAN & CO. H#*e removed their Xochlno Shop to the n??w eorrutf&tod Iron bull dir.# on Chapllne ttrcot, betWMU Seventeenth and Eighteenth >treet>. uud are aow ready for Liulnc** at the now pluce. jui