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properly that they havnt the tact and the keen in e IaUlt I make afsatisfaetOry lover utb that tihere doesnt exist a woman wjth the courage of her COD vis ttons strqtaff epough to te l thorn so and few men ever realize that bye making is an art for whic most fit themjbayo pq patent A youthful Romeo whobaanl even suspicion corface came to real te his short comings in this direction and thereby hangs a title The Jdlf1 jet in the was not the fdurhteen year old daagfiter of theh Oapulets but a charming girl ic town who is several years tietsenior of the young man Here liZ d that Ins wisdom in Iuffhaires de couer was as notbing compared to hers and his letteffe fell so far short ofwhat he vaut edjU sHy that he took his older Bister iuto his confidence and optslest rlc wa Iwgioungtoget assoftflfc c a pat uf butter on a summerdayt 1ntaF i S hes iip tfr foijSvJS bIhFl n Ko d And un Itti yr1Ithoy sayLAllIiviiio liack ftpn1ay And Uiu Jasft one hasp Jv go no ujplllC kO Iait IT Oh oh oh The ENJOYED out Did the 1little birds who Jo6kedjn in amaze meptfelll Or did tfce rwater bable ft as it rippled bf Joshua didnt have to command the sunV to stand still that day He did tt ot his own accord and peeped over the hill with a beaming face just as long as Nature would let him He always wasl an appreciative old fellowCi There were Jour no five oft them The day had been sultry and the water veryjJ fl4ernpting1you They had been driving outtt on the Little Beach road and lisi the sirens of the old River lured them into iit The horse didntI cmindshoes aud stockings were off and ten little bare feet were pad dlng around in the shallow water The river dimpled all over1 with clee and gurgled and gig gled as it plaved tag with round ed ankles and arched insteps Dainty embroidery and frilledi petticoats were at a discount and all the creepy crawloy things that dwell In the river backed off to shore and gasped in oomrv atKm Down on the bank a Ion fisherman rubbed his eyes and wondered if ho was dreaming 11Andhethe gods favored him beyond all mortal men by giving htm a g impEof the revels of the nine teenth century pcrmaidecs Sub Rosa l1 Harrdsburg Demo c LITJMID Thjsjs the story of a 1jI 9DK man whowas mtch in love with a certain young lady but hadnt the courge t tell her 605OflQ evening y were dinv ttngouJ5lqgether and it so hap peneditbat ajJ1ated rival took the iti ttq1 e ifom 1U iiin tborlvallmbnu made the bashhil loverVSet that the rivaUinlendqdto propose to tlr giiJthab very evitflng As tKe r 4 t r dinner proreathe fever be com absolutely sure of this and spurred on by necessity he ro- olved4c puthU own fortunes to the tesjb and atr once r TearL i ing a leaf from his note book he according scribbled aline or two folded it and gave it to the near est servant with a Hand that to the lady in blue There was fortunately butone such at thef table or matters rnighj have o been complicated Tbe girl re eived the note opened it and Will you oo my wife followed by bis flame iHe had iorgottentoserfd the pencil how aver But the girl was as ready the man was rattled aria she dwt the seru antrand said icalmlyan fes f a IpaYbefore yes terday wben the sun was soh ut that one could cook a meal on the sidewalks a gentleman pointed to a man across the treet and said Just look atc that fellow there Here I am burning up with a stream of perspiration issuing from every pre my collar melted and my clothing wet and soaking while that fellow is as cool as a cucum bar Look at him tow as he- wirls his cane and walks up LheJ with a contented smile ontis lace narn mo bat I envy Im Wonafer how it is any way Nothing strange about hat remarked a philosopher near Yonder friend as learned the secret of living while you are worrying yourself to death every day He lives in the presotit while you exist ine the future He takes hold of this that are while you reach tmVfor things tocome He steers lear of troublesome things that exist principally in thoama inar ion while you dolge pleasant thoughts and wrestle with small ills The w eat h o rIoesnio- ther him Ho knows its ot and fyels it tof but ho oesut worry himself into a fretJ out lticeeps mentally o1 and consequeatVy 1hysLCd cbrnrortJikIO lie don nt try get rich in a day as you do but is content wih a fiir eight i hours VtastfV Bat you are builtlt l differontlycant help it You are one or those persons who re mind me of an escaped flywheeld hich shoots through space in creasing in velocity as it goes darting hither and thither bouedI ing over high places and jurnpt ing acres hollows cutting and bruising everything it comes it with and leaving spars pon its own surface until flnJllyi it stops short gives a spasmodic jerk starts downwajd like aIash and falls upon the ground to move no more With you life simply one case of intermittent fever and the more you seek for a remedy the worse tne disease be omesFox llnutera Association As there are a few lovers of the fox chase here the following will no doubt beof interest to them and they should lend what assistance they can to secure the meet for the place iu viewNel son county Mr Frank Ha anI the attorney of Louisville Messrs W N Halsteai Ray Coleman and Beck Bealmear are making efforts to have the next meeting of the American Fox Hunters Association held at this place The first named gentle man is a member ot the Execu tive Comnntte of the association and is particularly anxious to have the meet here Several petitions have been circulated throughout the coun try asking the cooperation of all They have many signatures It now behooves the people in terested to call a meeting ap point corresponding committee and show some activity In the matter ThIimeetlngwill bring a large crowd here of a class whoare fonddf good livinggen tieuien who are liberal aud who would appreciate oui beautiful country and hospitality who stiuulct they conTe tins tGrfe Jc 555JV would be glad to come again Let a meeting Witfatled for earlv next week to thoroughly consid er the matter andput into activ ity the plans whichhave already been proposed Nelson Record WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted orV or sale or exchange inserted in this cot xen or Furmnrs ere re quested ta send in stock or rot items foi t tyabilcation The poach4 crop reported to ber ilio lqest that we hare had in years and even now they are cheap and s very goodti t We are Informed that a farmer liviiLog in the Hiaoville country shipped a hogshead of tobacco to Louisville last week and received In return for same check for twentycents and a 2 centt postage stamp Alter meditating over the matter awhile he decided that it itotobacco at the same price he would speculate a little so he sat down and wrote the yheekj stamps with the request that they purchase him two bogsbeadsExl l t t rizA farmer near the dot Mud River has thrown away 2400 pound of lug tobacco out of a crop of sixbacres and Is shipping his good says o correspondent in the Rossellvllle a Ledger A buyer told him he could get a 81 on the hundred for what he i hrew awayuNoi ho anidlilt la worth 92 per hundred for fertilizer onVmy ground I put nothing the marketE but the best OnO man north of RttBsoDvIlIo got men to prize ship and sell his crop of tobacco After all ex pen ea were paid lila profit was 12 cents Tobacco risers take warning from this and put none but the very best on the market and go with it and ee to the sales r j t Horse lovers are just as namcrour as ever says the American Sportsman 4 Itbut majority of those who would like to gratify their love arem without the ready wherewith Money which has made the maro go from time immemorialfhas been too scarce or too much congealed in the great mon v centers Whenever favorable business conditions prevail horses w1It be in as full demand as over before iai a5 fair prices The bicycle craze doubtlca hurts the livery business but no more than tho skating rink craze id tho theater business a dozen years of ago If you look over your local listh of bike devotees yon will discover very few who ever drove a trotter or invested 82 In a livery rig for an evening I driveSillIf the reports of the ruoaway ace ent which caused thO death of Austin Corbin the railroad millionaire at Newport N H last week are correct his death was due to gross negli for the newspaper accounts ofthe affair state that a high spirited pair of horecfl that had been accustomed to be driven with blinders were taken out for the first time that day and driven in open bridles EverIintelligent and sensible horseman knows that the removal of the blinder from a horse that has been accustomed to wear them Is always attended by more or less risk and danger and tOf do no in the case of a strong pair like the Corbin team was to invite just such a disaster as took place Some horses that have been used to wearing blinds take fright when they are re moved at the eight even of the carriage behind them There are many good reasons why horses arc safer nndq drive better with blinds than without but there is a certain fad among some people to remove them Tho North Carolina State Agricul tural Experiment Station in announcing the appearance of a new and very destructive tobacco wOrm In Duplin county saysitA small caterpillar has been discovered mining the leaves of growing tobacco The caterpillar Is about halt an Inch long greenish with a dork brown head It makes an irregular or blotch mine by eating the green matter parenchyma of the leaf leaving the skins Intact and the leaf transparent The caterpillar is ex tremely voracloui and as several usually mine one leaf the loaf Is soon rendered worthless Being protected by the skins of the leaf no ordinary poison or insecticide will destroy thIs pest nor can It be handpicked without destroying leaf The only treatment la watch for leaves showing transparent blotches and when found to remove or banfthem Solar this peat baa been reported only from one loclitjrln North Carolina but it be hooves tobacco growers everywhere to look out for it and dcstroyftsasoor oa it appears If It becomes common it will jgreatly harm the tobacco groW lug industry of the State Dandruff la an exudation from tlio pores of tho akin that Bprcadauiul dries forniing bbtirf ami causing jut hair to faHout Hulls flair llenpveV ciTr 5itT SlLi CORRESPONDENGEV h Prom Our RcgnlarCorrfespondmt Miss Lizzie Baker is visiting rel atives at Ifardsuwn Mrs Will Sweeney and children of your town visited her sister Mrs N P Thompson last weik Miss Ella Shnunty of Frederics own is visitingMiss Nellie Liteey Miss Lizzie Lea hman visited relatives in Springfield last week Mr John Noe of Louisville is pending n few weeks in the coun ry with relatives neo Overstreet his returned home after a few weeks visiMo Lia fath r in Harrodsburfj Mr and Mrs iFv Al Warda en tertained the young ladies of the neighborhood and their Visitors in most delightful manner last Wed nesday evening at their beautiful home FllIri wnFor many ears this has been a yearly meeting always taking place in the month o June am which is always looked forward fowkb much pleas ro by the young Indies The eve nings are generally made up of parlor games music croquet etc ut the most prqrainent feature is delightful supper which nowhere could be surpassed This last meet ing will bug be remembered by all present among whom were Misses im Arsdale Thompson Duncan Ueed Coulter Baker Merritt Kelley Riybourne of Mack villa iid Miss Ewing ot Perryvillei WILLISBURO From Oar Regular Oorrcspoadentj As your correspondent 1ms faiJed to write for some time I will try nd dot down a few items Wm and J H Seay spent Sun y with their father J A Seay near tanilleSWm McJhllin of MackviUe at tended church here Sunday Miss Ella Shaunty ot Frederics town antI Judge Berry Litsey of Pleasant Grove were here last Sat urday on legall business B G Mayesand William Searcy shbrook Anderson county were ere Saturday on business Mrs BradshaW and family ofI Harrodsburg were visiting relatives and friends here last werk Rev Beaslcy filled bis appointment hero SundayIMiss Kate toss of Springfield is visiting friends at this place Miss Girta Hawkins is making a wo weeks visit to friends in Wood lord county Sir iiL Searcy of Lawrence urg is spending tho week with triends awl relatives Inre SJoe Bedrick our local huckster is doing a good business- J n Seay bought one aged mule rom his brother John for eighty five dollars Captain J W BurUn is at home from Louisville Harvey Ilnrdin will move his sawmill this week close to town and aw lumber for several tobacco burns G II Hickeraon will build a barn for James Parrott Last Friday evening just 8stbt clock wile about to strike six little Roy the only child of Mollie and Wm Lowe kissed mamma and papa and told them goodbye and then breathed his last time His spirit went to the God who gave it Little Roy wits about three years old and was the idol of boors On the following day ho was taken to Mack yule followed by a large crowd of approIpriate ceremonies he was laid to rest in Mackvillo cemetery Tlio community sympathize with the bereaved parents SuoaiY TEXAS From Our Regular Correspondent It haabeen quite a while since our little town hae been represented in your valuable paper I wilt now give you a few items vMessera J R XJhTbrook and C F Bosley were visiting in Ear rodaburg last wcek Mijis Adq Tront the accomplish eland beauiriurduugiitcr pf li- cLqnbbtilienYCT CTrcTiColi r E has returned home to the sorrow oft twoyoung men ofbisti1aceV Misses Nbttio Kimberlm and Willie Campbell were visiting the family of Rev J W Campbell of PerryvilleV J SV Claybrookr of your town was at home Sunday Messeri Naylor Kimberlin and John D Peterson wife in Perry vIlla lust week on business Mrs If C Nelson of Louisville is visiting her moth or Mrs Fi Dosjey at thtA place Misa i Celia Minton who has been f teaching sflhbol at Bryantsvillp has returned horseSClift Greene of your town was at home Sunday The a M IT R met at the Tea idenc of WM lIlyes last tjatuV day night All were present with the exception oftwo or three Miss Dollie Greene the accom plishid daughter of Mr Sidney Greene who has been attending hometlVoxwill t J id it MrGarland Cunningham tha you like Texas so well Success to tbc NswsLBADEUVox VALLEY HILL From Our Regular Correspondent Miss Maud Sutherland Owen born is visiting her father Mr William Sntberlanifof this place Misses Emma Beaven and LuUff Nanan are visiting friends in Spencer and Bnlhtt counties Mr Janes and family nave re turned to tbeir home in Harrods burg alter several days visIt to tel atives Mias Slollie Roraey JIf visiting her uncle Mr Tom Drown near St Ivos church this week Mr Charlie Mclntire Miss The resa MuHican Mr Forest Cecil and Mist Josie Moffe Mr Clar ence M mid and MisavKdte Monet attended the Cminenccment at Lo retto lsstwoelcV Misses ffettie and Gcrt rudeLvd Inne ot Kiirfiell visited MJFS Nellie Donobue last week find took in the commencement at St Cath erincVMiss Lizie Janes is spending several weeks with friends at Eliz abethtown nnl iiodgenviUe Mr arid Mrs Derenjfer visited j their friends and relatives ftear Taham Springs last week andcJii1e there caught some fine fish one weighing twenty pounds another fifteen pounds Who can beat that We learn thnt yOur town is to have water works and electric lights and several ianje buildings a large green house and ih the near future a InunUry und ice factoryi Ctthi work go on and let Springfield be second to no otker coulty sdatm theatateORA TOBACCO REPORT iH portcd Exnrwwly foe tho Newi Leader bwIS PIeipsth PlanterTobacco Warphoitne Louisville KjJ We had a slightly bettermarkefc this week The bright and colorytobac coa are in very strong rquWftiaiiii show an advancing tendency Other grades remain about thQmo The oherryrpd colors oHealfaga and tips are the second favorites The a1e- samountedto3873 hhda Thorocolpta for this week Were 3747 bids Tliis years sales to date amount to9032 This years receipts to date jimbunfrto 65998 Of this weeks soles Were 4erQ 509hhds sold at private sales mostly dark tobacco No change In quota Uons from last week Old People Old people who reQuire medicine tq regulate tho bowels and kidney vlll find tho true reroo4v In EIectr1 Button ThU modldno does not vtlmulatp and cantatas no whisky nor other Intoxi east but acts as a tonIc and utterativo It acts mildly on the atomarh andboe1s adding trchrtb atid giving toho to The organs thereby oTdln r nature In the perfornianno ofita functions Electric nitipnts art wcccHont Bppetltcr hrid olds digrwtion aPVciki pfiftplo fliEd it Jtot exactly wfhaj tluy howl Pried eit1 jwr bottle at Ilajtlori Ilobcrtipu DruggistsJV Kldnoyniuniverpronblpa are prompt ty relloTcd Uytt tow dowwof Nr1ax- atiitic d bottld MVO 8od doctoirVWll Cheap aiM gtod put up Neat LaxntiTi CocLoU meKy Ono of tny nick Ijeailarhcaj yourwiH hoar snp1eVfrequnttysnysasS 1fth coinpliiinf wns luipoJcKly riinalVcr pf fact Aycr AlilIJi 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not far disfit frein5thqfarn- honso of Auchmorc where was ccrnV Miiry anipbell the xJarly lore orj Born whomhd mourned bj sangS thttsqdzqdeauIds7iocIayThet ThtPflftVcabpVB forq n arid dovrn tbpTrivcr anti insxbjiano of the many historic spots in tiietelghbor hood Tho artist rbbcsccnled thonorl is D W Btevcnsou B Si kwkotookt thofdetaila of tho costumo from iho works of David Allen whovTffoi fcneTC SPghlandlliufy and TMs 1h day fa jnsfcihfjJ1um tl W lift an ficeucssQ it may safely Lo Old that 5the statue 1 lditMeetJusf across the waters Ot the OrldoJ the Ayrphjiro coast 7bxch ircplctevitb mcmorlciotBtU1sxnlhc it7 bt An itsplf stands n line storoo ct too poofc trhich was inQUccl a few yiini ae Nofrfarjfrbm this BmtidvjBWt j t i tho town is the humbte eottago isv which BurnsVAS born The anld alnacfcerr tabOO Bpot and is slIgicee1yarad fofc byftrBoddrywhich wjtb trsq Scottish thrift ohargessmall Mofisiioi to each vfeitbrdo Ihd shrine ol i4wy n1o cott tag jtnnds todays itb1dM1ItdkLw- hcn on tltat cold irtdy Say IIn Jan nar I7BD JrantiiJ rovinr Hobta irsi saw thought Even now jn reM ii scp IrwbtIntcnovvnty Darn rnust have llW Tbertc tan only hrt9 Sin ihd liowra feitsMe t those need as a mI was itrOfce dtcheir whore Barns was bora The xoot is low sad k scaceely at1 fed frow tJicor otbnij N t fepplooo oa ose Ue whew iMlbcooking was dose ad tlisbe- sthadecp1oe bcritoU AtMe a4cwo c ain ooMtirita the famkvre tIC the room It was kevc as the pM Um soirhaa describe it thai W WM IXM when oer IQi aKUbaMl TMT Wl Was atweiit7dsbcVTwa th Jasws vI- lew tW Ant hMfe4 Jadec fe4 UW ser tIti triaa Hfic4 the oefMsse mt M4J tiaaT8tkc s teIS J agJiMyiE r t = ne A as Ji8 bs4i- of a Zr aPM bCeIPe t4LsUltSHuefehn of aii fbTt tricknnd Intpsijtho t1prnoit substantial 12ve JCtIV ae ICr 116 t r QcJL rt 1ftl j f r v w w ryi1k J I 4fk If Y j i 7 + J J Iit Aa rJ THE NEWSLEADER ti ofrrf= 0 THE ESLEADERT- MU D Y1 Jt1L1fs 2 Je9S Ii ty D VI Pititda t v THATJ ts to the public spirit obtr Citizens Springfield is soon to emerge irom tha ranks of Slow lawns itfoneof progress and thrift fathareadfriess that iis tryr iaVsctifcft WiNhe stock bf the BP ri fleld W iran MeetHf Lisbt Loin kn nnli the entire amount desired leas been raised The moneTimviiig about all beed r TJua4dolV thait now Teraafos Isi 1oYtftork of construction tb v b4wt eda igQr9Qslt as pas sable T5i liofapany be j regularly organized with a board o Djr ctori PFesrdent Score= Vy iUTreAsttrer and bih- eMa t f9 tha po styli do- di n tth p11Ats With to lib r bfUio w Ater orka atfd b Ctrio lights we ftrftgytexpefet to asses other Center 1 tZfotfeSI offJ iwI5 novs r But wbit tfkew eri of prosperity ts upon gs Ju blt ftpjop tTJSEijfYei peopla do not em- i jjyinclinetiellb1 olconben ida indi Jpit twere I id ogeriircourtes i Dem1 LtcO3hD a tjo imitwel htet1 8ibmo lttee D feCt t i ec lWuCommitteei fjl4 th JopalI a t a X V dlemocratic0ammitte xe f dive 4 1ftiero aalatid3S rho f o4vti41ftdn TheBlrlo LlljQ t1 l ntask ur balfdef d xo nati6qtite uporaficliatriiia 1tdlad 1f thfelrequest if Ff usla- jhjay w11uffQr 1IcaUdfdate fo r ntiafcplftcd in opposition to anyI ki l yothqNatidn I Corn zni teeSeilatorHatris ofTen h rneeea Gov HOIfJf TeXas 1 stiril916f1ted of r1irwan FREDipRICKTOWN Poor OM IUpJr Comer Miss Miry HaUitltoriof Louis ihllo ia ISltiag friefitls and relatives lire off shiestTierl Miss Nett Pope wKo has teen h1thig Miss Pearl Cohnbr for t iAiat two weeKs returned fo Her fiomo in U idstown Sattifdafl MessesW ill Reei and Robert t a e r hexFridaniap MiEI81ai gtlj islttngrl= ativetat PleaSunt Grove ir8k Cartainger had children iQhalt Saturday in Btrdstotrn JJ fjjlr Job tdntfot dud Marie Eddie V man are t4eg uegta of friends atas t vj3e Creek w erisaGnsslo Cb tsti fid Has been cKjpmplpyed in ttifl City for Several ontHjrisat home for the nmnmcr L MZ tHcJr not nli4bllss fn 3tr ne fp Utt SalhUeis lastt arZvirep s tMe8Sera Vad1angbanti Bilas and fern gin 11lDlisaea Ianey Ing Eu1 p ra V8ll1fbletv4ammnd iiarje jlem Were SbndtiyttDY oROql kCe3its eo1 t hfa into 1Mst intke at ore to his partnet Chas Thtafley ftort m ttol 11k eTI CCoueAIeger Y tAn1 fa Jj 1ttu pr tttaro char ge r 4 t the u1 inn trttl hero PJ33nt8 wf1ttttwBJ tEfirsl oFf at r J1 d 1r1E henr =a regetg t ka or tJtQro Oll Ti1O pZa slt i ih 1Diet ItAIWICE 4 J tI u J tt EI w1ryfattu 1r a0pi f nyg61r atpb e die dhusbecotningi Os w j Itii rrt t oouulllyp firdpert t art i tt 10ip JPa g4 e tfa e refic tirnl of Son vkc8tC- i xlwlteetit6net tj 1 t8ier il atria a4lceto go to work afl- utkaaebtbletor ta ell a dath cc Io1ilrhallJ otltJofw4tleY 1i uysltiobkbtlaike gcodtadvlie a ke 0kt llo wC f towort arid td6ltabta cribs ttlor hjalet8 i jtfke houlo fair of fitconf his bma j tlofoats and lhis barn full of bacco and his o11acfullof potatoes 4MfwlriiirUt askod the wise indud joapa1ismwhat the matter is that ihdt he still has no money loierproductiDS He 4ow Inclines to the belief that the fool killer is not doing iiis duty or there Ronl4bosotrie newspapers sleepittgpalingEtlfoOLS OF EEFOJtM THe following notice from the ustees pf the new Schools of Re form to be est bJiBbed in Kentucky we o ip from rho Stanford Interior Journal The bcard of trUstee of the new Schools Pf Reform for Ken tucky is now Organized and ready to receive proposals for donations of sites money or other necssarics from cities and towns desirous of obtaining the location of the instito lions Addr communications to 1Y P Walton Stanford as neon IB practical State papers arc ro8pect tully requested to copy this item dnfl greatly oblige thfi editor of this lpapfer5 If there is any desire to secure the location of a school off the char actor described those interested should glut nho matter specjal attention Editor Will P Walton wil give any needed information concerningDe Deritettees and oftno enterprise entrusted to their charge r HOW HE DID IT liticrJ A Dsterof WaveJond Bhaw nee obruity KwL who raisod na high as 104 Tj HjeW of shelled earn per acre ligrlBOH iatnlabcs tbo etto board ol ffogolhorwiUi1ridatnmat6odsia j TTiorportlotL m YCroP 8ivingpyiel of 104bu fhtadscd neyl dried 0tarpounds feiclldd cam iracre was Y1asfsd o If wdlitioned veto at one end of a 25 torJ pottoesWIth a listing plow hero In Octobergwhioh about eqalyaloat full plowingaLr toting the ground was much if bed of ashes It was then deeply pjawed pade find and smooth with a plash dial sad drilled the first week in M dayof medium width with a deep grained yellow dent com About the same quantity of seed was used aa would have thatfourordinary distance apart This Was enl tinted four tiince with common gong cultlTutora and hood three times the last booing after it had been Dn label with the cultivators leIththoroughlearned that a goodcrop of corn and a bGand similar woods cannot the ItImebotsubsoUC for previous crops but lost f exallused it on 16 acres I intend planting acres in corn this season and aim have it all snbaollcd Am subaoflingm 9 fields the narrow way first they ore from 40 to 80 rods oleo and 100 rods long as deeply as four horses can do the work atdistaucesof j feet Will then throw up tbo ridges crosswiso of this with a listing plow following it each furrow with the enteoller as d throe horses con pun it and drill the seed immediately Ih tho track of thoI oi1crlhis will leave tho land sub soiled in both directions My wholo crop for 1893 averaged only 07 bushels per acre yet would have made 75 buahcls but for thonnfortatiatc invasion just at tho critical time by an army of chinch bugs from on adjacent 80 acre field of oats With proper treat lent of our soils and thorough cultiva tion 1 am of the opinion that in all f vornblo seasons such as last wo should laisb from 76 to 100 bushes of cornMacre instead of tho moro 60 bUshola 1Am always careful to avoid cultivation when tho laud ve atwmany serious mistake by working tho corn when tho soil cleaves from tho shovels in chunks The sun is likely to then baka the ground and the growth loses Its bright healthy green and tutee a fickly yellow THE FARMER IN POLITICS Lot Him Jump the Bbtte mad flue the ConTentlona The laws policies and presidents frthe republic should como direct from the choice Offhpeople so let the fern votlngla1tbtrhint wink or one from political head thotouvenUonsnorno the president not tq belt idglignes o cud claokcrs but with an o orcoror aJ1hlU1ds i Wit 1pubUp ittYAirs ivdbbd theseI primitiv lilies there mayf66n6Tilg bar rd Qf menOrI lemits t0 boost the campaignl lies What tho odds only gootVprincIples tin 1 Biblical right QneationsottlifshinlintwitLonE ly and thoughtfully disctuacA lu the fenIlecation on tbooany gnostic that affect grnndw l ofgood governme nt father than Into a1nnd grabBud scramble the afar end v th a congress at tdcry 4 cadent sedded tonne Vantst of t trlyvowaatofourfold tbaucb for that kind of untionI al mcateacaPital peace cudplenty fo all honest workers Thomas Ready Secretory Illinois State Grange Do If ot Neglect Them There Wjas never a time ben form ors iusututcs clubs socllan prnoHOi1relatingbpapers many of which ere given a wide spread ntility by publication are gen erolly well expressed and indicate care Sal thought Tho preparation of such pers cannot fail to be twice blessed iin influence upon tho writer and ruder ikonnd it is such study that adds efficiency and dignity to the farm tins calling 8arasMoterbei thobeatTheory and practice must go together in good farming Potatoes must have Jooso earth in which tubers may expand You cannot compete inbuttermakin those days with poor cows It is easier to keep out than to drive out insect pests from the orchard Good horses command the boot prices oven though lless than formerly Stick to tbo crop that pays you well otoIf attention is attracted vimmediatelyEven bacteria have their uses Y cannot make cheese without their assist once Irrigation Age tF 4 f1MQ fO 1W rApb p JIfH CAUSES OF SWARMING cDrood anfl ITectar Are the Three Prime Factors daAawriter m TtyJ Boekoepers Journal I do not know what diffcrenoo theroy youngbeeepoint I do know that boat bears no tle influence For tho whole pf my fatolivingifstores to heepbroedingRoing on nicely f kayo very little swarming even the colony tbe strong and tbo weather hot Tho same conditions with sworndi ing probably per cent Add next umfrom the fields in plenty nndtboI pitchMany bdt weather will bringabout djvamiiag in a high deproe if the time be May or une a slight decrease for July and rapidly JngwwlUd tho close of thb summer Tho absence of uuy ono f these actors lessens swarming Take tLo earplug of boea and you ako Leave the bees LeakDvs both bees and brood and take away Ute food and there is no swarming Abu ance of old stores will bo a stimulus to swarming In about 3 to per cent as compared with nectar gathering All the other conditions present and perature b low normal will rotdrd swarming to 85 per cent da against cxccesivo hoot A crowded orudltion with all tbo other factors present will augment SWarming 20 to 40 pot cent Giving tall soteof arcttnctinRoombet j abnnduncoof room decrease swarm g much more than the same room if ey have to build tho comb Any mw agement tbM takoa tbo bees out of the rood chamber will docroaso swarming iving full sets of comb thus making j convenient for tho bees to coagro gate in tho taper is why those run for tracted swarm less than those run for comb It relievo rite pressure of both boa and honey in the brood neat tht0prime footers necessary to swarming Crowding and heat axe secondary fltors AN INTENSIVE GARDEN nend Yet bet Bay We Matt Stop Italian cepItnwlfratloa Spyder in the city of Worcester The lot w asor100 foot by 00 with the house in tbo center Tbo map worked on it momiug aud evening tho wife and children do tug the wooding and other light warnTho walk to tbo front door was under a rustic archway covered by running hearts tbo walk to the side door was b9rdered by radishes and lettueo and alaso Wpearch and were ready to pick In Juno Tomatoes and cabbages were sot along ho border after tbo radishes and lottnco ere gone At the side of tbo hoaso worn eovcrul rows of bush beans at hUt of summer squash At the back of tbo lot was some sweet com A larger oonIcite presenting on artistic effect Tho thinuingfl furnished greens for a togtime and m the main roots were winter use tho bud remained and turbcd till fall and way as handset as any collection of foliage plants Aft tho corn was taken off turnips wero fiown onlwinter cabbage set put from plaiitH grown in bozos After these ern pulled in the full and over mot of ttlioI land ryo wad sown and dug iin t spring to enrich the land Ko potatoes warp raised they taking cp too much room for tonall returns Flowers wrroI cfyrod by tho front vine hden i neatness unit curler of this little garden marked thefowuer 03 a man of thrift atiltifty Raise Morn Sheep Mere tbnn half tho wool anuna iVnsed by thopfoplrt of the United Btutei is imI Ported from foreign countries in tbeiorm of wool and wol rimftDufactttiool arin thlrf OOOBhecpv There fibqnhlbe UQJ 0000001 producing 050000000 pounds of wool pdlrjovhand tryto oxJdy industryyal ono advantage over beef especially in tho country where in u warm climate n beef jf kill fed cannot bo consumed by one family Hai8ohaconsumed by ptio or two families while it yet remains good dud untainted Ev 6d0 acres should keep a few sh to supply meat foodJA state that supplies its own meat food will inevitably bo richer than ono that sends its money away to buy food elsewhere Notes Japanese hemp is proving to bo adapt ed for profitable cultivation in some localities A fair yield is two taus pet aero and the market price k cents a nmd Thcro are ten Washington navel trees ng planted to ono of any other variety of oranges in southern tSxlifomia The average yield from tho sugar beet industry in Nebraska is 15 tons an acre sopsnlsCOWSgEspotiment Sbotriag Varying end P ool Bar Effects Upon the Product There seems to boa oonsideablo versity of opinion says a writer iu Thee American Cultivator in regard to value ol potatoes as a food for milk ws as well as in regard to their effect upon the mil and butter product tiO o have ted thorn this spring say t ey got an increased flow of milk d pon quicklyfound much difficulty in churning t cream often having to churn three four hours aud when the butter comes it ia in small lumps like peso and mar bles and is very difficult to gather into a compact mass Tho quality ia often poorThis having been tho case some two weeks ago I discontinued entirely feeding my cows potatoes I had been feed ing about six quarts of potatoes twioo a y I also fed them three quarts of corn and oat meal in tho proportion cf bushelsuf oat to ape of com woo a I fed them good law I had been troubled as mentioned uvrcgard to the croom and butter After ecvero days I tested tbo product as aoouratoly as could without weighing tho milk or- g s aBaboonk tester and concluded th thoro was no noticeable diminution amonuthThe prtyun ibe thicker wits cbrtrned more quickly and thcro roil no trouble about anthen ing tho butter j Another person of whom I bearddis contiuned feeding potatoes and got more ilk cxoam and butter Me fed mOil rondsomo wriest bran What ja tbo ex periooica of tbo readers of Tho Rural New Yorker an this line There is undoubtedly considerable nutriment in po OOO1poeitiauer vegetables I suppose that all foods have an effect upon milk sad batter products What is the tango of this un avorablo street of potatoes or done not judge correctly in regard to their offcotsf SERVICE OF THE BEE Tb porOcattartst sad tho Partner Should Not NcclelBl the Apiary After all rnanshill in planting eta or BOurching too world over for improved RTaftJnlnndupon natures method of fmctiuoution 1he bnlmf winds of spring and indue trlooa bees are needed to feriilieo flu bloom to insure a harvest of fruit For this purpose there is no question that growerof1No other insect appears iu such vnst numbers at this very important time in tbo spring when their agency is so much Hooded toiertillz tbo orchard and small fruit If tbo winds and other inneet aside from the boo were the only mP of carrying the pollen from flower flower bow often would perfect icrtt zation fail from too much or too little wind during tbo brief opportunity when tho bursting buds aro sighing for the nciSblJcriugfOWml polkn9Oessential to the boo in furnishing tbo phlcrrldose in in getting either the bro is unwittingly carrying tho dust from flower to flower working out tbo wise plans of Pro dcnoo relates to plmitn and catering to mans tastes ut the carne time The Creator did not place tho drop ectar in the flower because it is need t to perfect either tho flower or tho fruit but for no other purpose than to tempt tho bee to brush its hairy logs sgaiuxt the anther and carry tho pollen dust from one flower to another So the bore ticnlturiat cannot but look upon the hoe as his friend and certainly tho horticulturist is n friend to the boo and bee keeper What then ia to hinder thode two vocations going hand in baud Icyds on vwry terms on oaeh furnishes indueementa for the other to lieu and profit thereby OhO eta Farm a llama It has been frequently suggested that reat good would result from each form Inmroad gate says an exchange Not only would persons driving for the first time to the place more curtly find It but it would add much pleasure and interest plucoThiscapehoand pretty boasts An pbacrving persojj will eoldompas3 n beautiful form without a desiro to know who its enterprising owner idIllrm Notes Cooperative cnterpTl iC3rKXXl pood management or they will fall as others do Bo careful In too selection of nceda It will improve tbo crop end incrcueo tho proflts l mhiforgrowth A cbietedviuitoge in dairy fIr the farmer isfhakft i arises no dCPTeti the sailr1Tho reading farmerjnay profit by tho rne of others and it contributes d his success Novrr rush tho cows from jjfasturo j to table nod never set a dog ou tucml moms money loss Free diecuesion of methods among neighbors will improvo tho general neigbborHooUconcCitioiiar tfr 1 t FOR SlOO If you pay now you can theThe NEWS LEThDERor FOR ONE YEAR r allageiiiellito J Jet Features r New Dress 41 Newsy Spicy Original t0Illdcpellellt l And an Indespensiblti vi itor in every household dollartand we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be proud orFOR 150We will send you the NEWS LEApEHnn4 rite Weekly Courier i J oPfnal for ono year NEWSLEADER and wpcklyCom mcwialfor 31U5 NEWSIJEAD R Qnd Cincinnati En9nirerfon8135 NKwtfiBAD ft ends Cihcirinhti TwiceiiWock Commercial1 GazI ette for 9Lfar anonmagazines t Come in and see us or seti our Inodoy to fJ yf8mtJR IrllDER L t r SEE 1PO 1 t = MTLOY a S liULTZ t = 1 i FORI HARDWARE i iX ci TINWARE I 1i STOVE S E Tae Oit 7 SEE OUR NEW LINE UF rr12fjt rt T v Screen Wire Grain Cradles JeezeJ iis Coolers Preserving K ttITMne JFruifc V 13tJ Cans Pistols and Cutlery1 t 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toheutgasrtcnMag la the grant or yratftfoe HM ctrfctly M c seaafhloa Wot f HERNDON CARTER COIN OIroR TiDj t o J f yit RMrrhMVV1M1FMNtTlltfwitael yart IU YYtttT TMUMDAY1401UMSG r At jGHEIDfK r VJ11f a ftJIII ii7 tr t j N H1ralN rtuernCS s Ri i1 t F EcTn c J 1tt ft I af mrj Eb 1J ITHS3 JtP7IV- itae Ni t h iW 8fYIt 1r O a M4 a JTcw Xctkod oS toy own kUi IMTM ao teA shots AiiUUI I t eti of dlflferont grade udprlow rej owe Citing i eaedatbull ezpeiuaS MCJMR WonL and CitowMxa a IIlJmlaJ 9 1 FIRST dLktn WORK PKICES REASONABLE MUMEgne KDv BealUI will o euy Dr Wilder blBc0dur rodS falso make appointments tarrDr Wilder iJrvntlleedaruraclyand TrWay3 achwoatl t 7rr OFfCPOfir1oGottloeq Ave r Loufavllot FJ DsIi i JliiJ RFRNHgRL1tC iFnKtii OURS x to 4 p m J Ttiadays anaS tarday- aSaIIGlIILJ KENTUCKY 1cI r 9RJiBR COOP iRe CMUa acre Hijdoafc RolMrtsotxs drut BBC fr8t PRIN WIELD KY jat tJD a I11JRTON DENX I I V I rte Jgg ACTED v 9 PAIN I Iattta110et oet lT nfleld oaeatore 8PKrNGF tlD KV IB 2FOR 1 V THE v Ieekly Commercial rc r PrHttrfieiiirs of IMs Paper Anyohrtondlnff us ln subscription t a thto f per for one year aecompanl- cddb7ItHtbeIegglsir a bscll UnD price fn the N WLBApicn will be coat fnti sutra for one year a copy of th Lo t rlHe Weekly Cemtnerclal largo rci elrsr paper filled with more now MUM BT echo mttropolitfin weekly IldillllJbLljJ1lJ leports Good Old Granny Motcalf Wypnrs old l ivingat ltla Morn atfoct PadncahKy My that Dr jtaHftPJn Jar Honey I Ithe best rlp cure cough lung an brbBchfil remedy that hu4 een otfo n 4ariMC toUi e guaranteed by all deal et1ottal4 Ity Ilaydon A Kobertson i REMOVALe1 2 mrrl notify till my friends i ttoesthattI hallemove Walltgdade4JQtel Would be lMMi lobave you calj ALEXA1AMSrAt YYfr rv 1 rG t lIkcYcXentLLH btarcclebrtited ikatiirt whiskey makxe Jiitjfei j1n lo 1nMtcina UP tr c A iiiOMPSON = YIf f t 1111 tittSOI11 7btt8 JcnttfI SW DQ or ilekl PAioltttlWela aasw Vr wT Iv 1JdVrJTI t 1lJfa 6riq u8a sche aP at Toe SlmderpFlaagedapancse 2t4 te iroii it a1 J9S s er nY selling myaetoc o mnnnemI g00d a1 eoa t11Ix9 riaWJ 4 1WAt1tej39oooA oujwte wool highest market pr7 o pifd McOhord Rob c fri ertidciile ti i7 Hoaref3avingeBtliktingt Loaa Aeso- c HO ra yvJ 1J31EI1f3 SSr copes of onr Big Illustrated oditloiL talc bo obtained at the News Leader offlceT wA1PEDbo00o pounds of wool Highest cash price paid for some CUNKXNOHAU DUNCAN Spring cleaning In the house Im portant and to cleanse the human R system oven more so Neats Lax sUva tones one up cleanses and regu latea thebotvelat lIter and kidneys For sale 60o a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Browne LOST Bay horse 16 hands high 7 years old strayed from farm one mile of BharpsvOlo Any Information that will lead to recovery of same will be rewnroedJ AVE DBBENaKJi s Snarpsvflle Ky SV brIaR tWllderthe dentist is here eady to attend to his patients today indloint dliiiWo D Ii1b r1Iord hue arranged to remain In the office with BfcOfyUder and can bejcoiisnlted at flny time daring the entire month to The last meeting for tie summer of- theObataupua waa held at Mrs W C McChordff and a pfeasantevening was A recitation Miss Carrie jSelecmanAnnie McOhord was very enjoyable to those present Cake and ices were served In a delightful manner Clef Dickens was up before Judgew T C Noe yesterdayon the charge of malicious cutting Ike Rudd Both men ore colored The fracas occurred Sunday afternoon The trouble arose otferadisptrtd Shea the size of a sum of money MIckenB claimed due from Bnddi Buddueed n rock and Mick ens n razor and the razor got in its work to the extent of inflicting two long ugly gashes in Rudds back MIckens escaped but was followed and capturedby officer John Grace Tuesday at Loretto just as he was about to board tho train for Louisville Jodge Noe held the accused fiver to at the next term of court and flxed hldbond atiOQ Last Wednesday July 1st 1896 Was the eightyfifth birthday anniversary ouitPoU tRaWUngi and she bad afew of her friends come in and share her hospitality The dinner was nice be and good and our associations were all plcasahtland edifying The folIo ing are some of tho facts which I gathered lromhQr She was ham tn Uncpln cbunbr r Kentucky Jnl1 1V1811 Her malderi name waa Pardom She came Springfield in J189rl to go into thpt hotel business which she fcaa- fou weo4miclroftfieilH e since She the mother of 101 children four of whom are still living She has about twentyflve grandchildren aud nearly twenty greatgrandchildren Aunt Polly is still In good health and her mind Is still vigorous and she can yet work down mot any young ladyShe is a woman of groat energy and does not coem to know anything about tho word fail She looks as though she might still live for many years to coma She has been a member of the Methodist church for sev enty years and Is fqll of Christian hope May God smooth her pathway as she journeys on lifes road May itjbe light with her at the evening ime and may her last end be peaoful and happy J L MURRELL THE MEAN MANS DECANTER Wb n It Pl Tod a Popular Air the Shabby Fallow Lost Job Lra joltod np against a groat many hard hearted and uncharitable people In day career sold the man with the shabby silk bat but about tho wore t Ido had adver dtised for a gentleman of literary attain I saisntB to act in a clerical capacity and I called at his boa to see about adthe ritaaUon Did ho treat you rudely jfa It was his silent Borcasm that troandcd ma Tho servant nnbcrcd mo intoihlsllbrary and while I waited my decantedbeside It and as both were of a highly artistic tatterh I mado so bold as to amine them You were Julto alone Of course I had et the decanter down on tho table with great core just atho gentleman come Into tho rOOm Then canto the shock Hadyon spilled any Certainly not 3ni be bad jigged tho iidsarablo tattleap with one of those mnaib arraagcnjcnts which catart iA ttnajp4yhcncver it Is picked up and SgtosprRgain Just as pctod wylips to aiplaiqjny crand J began to play Just Tell Them That You Sow Me1 It confused too so thatI picked ntj rlny bat nod left without trying to oxplabi8Ud tike impertinence that piece of brio a brao has probably cn elme tp lose of the best positions I eTCTvliad open ojuo1 Detroit Free l t If PERSON Li t jArthur Campbell was in Louisville e Tuejadajjpnjbnsineaa Miss Mary Lee Simmshap return ed frofaf visitto St Marys taiMUff Willy Kftott Is YiajtingMlBar LotQelKInkeadatElIzabethtownfc s8 Mary Llzkfe TUnohaft la ai TathamSprings th stceek Reyl MUea Saunders and wits are spending a Week atTatham Springs MrVEdWardDnncan haftreturnod home after absence of some monthBy Mrs Wallace GreenofPenyyfUet is visiting her brother Mr Sam Ear rick Mr James Greer and daughter Miss Mattie of Bloomfield were town Tuesday John C Dnrrett and fatally of Bloomfield wore the guests of Hon J Claybrooke last week Messrs J N Saunders and E W Smith of Stanford were here several days this week Misses Kate Shaunty and Pearl Connor of Frederickstown were in town Tuesday Messrs E L Davison Stith Noe and Pat Tobin have returned homoJ after a wceki sojourn at Tatham Springs Misa Minnie Lee Greer after a pleasant visit to relatives here returned to her home in Bloomfield Tuesday Misses Jennie Craycroft Maggie Thompson and Lizzie Lee left today attend the Ohatauqua which is top held at Lexington I J W Harrison the popular manager of the Clothing Department of the Louisville Store left Monday for where he opens a branch house and has moved his family thereto locate permanently Hon C C McChord and wife haveI returned from Washington where Mr t was engaged in the Holt ill Case The case was decided against Miss HInes and Miss Throck morton who were Mr McChords clients A Sew trial will probably be had BtSE B7tLLi There will be two games of ball this week between Springfield and the Olympics of Louisville The first game will come off on Friday afternoon at oclock and the second game the following day at the same hour No one should miss these games as they will both be very interesting The boys have been practicing daily since their disastrous defeat at the hands of Campbeliaville while the Olympics from all accounts have been playing fast ball Both days of course will ladles days and it is expected of them will be there Let everybody attend and root and lend what enoourgement you can to help the boys win NOTES Will Reed at third Is showing aii marked improvement All the boys in both teams are show Ing improvement Frank NecUs said struck out ten men in the practice game Monday afternoon It would be hard to find a better man than H Shador at second and hi also a good batter ri Bob Noe showed to advantage at first and pluckily finished tho game out after injuring his finger rather severely Colvin at short lost Friday domon strated that he can field any position for he was a veritable stone wall C Noe is rounding to very nicely and now runs bases very well considering his weight which is 210 lbs Craycroft shows improvement at first and accepted all chances but there are many who still argue that he cant be boat in the outfield Slmms at backstop continues t6 cut tho runners off at second and there are now only two or throe who attempt to steal a base How is this for a base ball story During a game the other day i one of the players Nick Ray a son of Dr Ray knocked the ball which hit an owl sitting in a tree and killed it This is vouched for by all the players pres Personal FRKEWpuRO medical reference book to any person nfllictcd with nny spcclel chronic or dolicnto disease peculiar to their sex Address tho leading physi lane and nureeons of the United States Dr Hathaway A Co 70 Dearborn street Chicago Emperor William of Germany h 850 carriages In his stables in Bor tin Of those 100 are for tho use of his suit The broughams victoria a and landaus used by tbo ctnperop and by tho members of tbo royali family are all painted alike and are never used by any ono else Reality surpasses imagination andi wo see breathing brightening rin i moving oeforo our oyoa sights dear rsn to our hearts than any wo ovoit beheiatfcthfl lajidof sleep Gootho Tma rain Is playing ifs soft skylightpnut 1 the Shade of tho fast flyingclouds Soross niy book patJseswlth SofttatS1 uhanio W inlS 1 tP r s =Great Midsummer C1aallce Sale1 t r DONT MISS ITI Summer tderwea rt Wash Goods Funs Parasols L diesShirt Waists Mens and Boys Straw Hats must be sold regardless o reducednprices Ladies Past black and tan hose 15c quality for 7c Childrens fast black hose all sizes 4c Ladles White and Green Kid Belts latest tad 25c Towels one yard long 5c Bleached Cotton very Lost Lonsdale Masonvillo Fruit of the Loom 6c only 10 yards to a customer Oi Sheeting for 15Jc best in the land only 10 yards to a customer Boys Shirt Waists all sizes 25c Boys Wash S its 8 to 8 50c Ladies Black Oxford Ties 40c Fine Dongola Oxford the 1 kind for 75c White Kid Slip ers three styles 1 The prices on all other shoes Mens and Boys Clothing and Shirts have also been reduced Scriven Drawers for 75c Heroin something wu do not do and that is run down our competitors or allow our clerks to do itj the man who does is neither a usiness man or a gentleman r THE LouisviIIeOriginators Prices Store FINE TAILORMADECLOTHING We are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY MADE CLOTHING We carry the largest stock shown in town We are overstockd ight now and we will sell you a suit for almost your own pricek SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERSO- ur stock of Mens Womens and Child eus Shoes is com plete Mens Button Shoos Black and Tan Mens Lace Shoos Black and Tan Mens Low Shoes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoos Womens Lace Shoes Womens Ox fOrds Sufi Womens Slippers Childrens Button Shoes Oxford and Slippers We bought our shoos e4 Low prices aLd we offer special inducements in prices DRESS GOODS and a DRESS TRIMMINGS We aro still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Serges Mix turesptc to the very tiLe Parisian weaves Come in and ex amine our stock and get pri- cesWALL PAPER Dont forget we are Headquarters for everythipg in Wall Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS The special pnces we have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent If yon need anything in this department take advantage of our low prices at once EVERY DEPARTMENT ItiWe will make the lowest prices in each and every department for the next Thirt Days that was over mfide on equal values We baybithe goods ipd nitet dispose of them Wo want money and aro nclmpe11ed to have 1t thereto p OffLSWi1L ftot boconJidejred fishQga10rjgodds j leBNN GI4A f i fNcif1Nirr rt1Y 0 JIi r w sr t CLEMflGE S 1i 1 jIq order to reduce b fil sfock ilfc wwm g some iECrs t plttcgsror ne ifi a nfr iPi wl lU aarr 1Pn1 aietadiets Waiata J aataPrlGeWoolen v eIJL er l p our prjces on them Lajies anti Mwcsc j a Oxatesthttta tlowest prices ever heard of rice re cited be lI I q9 P JJFroe Bh es 81PO 3JP1ir blew a rI9 Jfes t r jre4 q tklsflnr f f i y t EiTfI J J In Hens Boys and Clilldyu 616thiiI d We are overstocked in Clothing and we pr posete lf L ale pricWa the stock that vfill move it Como early beforejyjour zep rFollinei of Menta Summer Coats and Vests at red tedrtcee o clrpP rle on our stock of STRAW HATS we will dell tne3n attcQst JI 1IJY fq well to make your purchases of ua as we offer barin inbvctf onie r r our departments 4kI MqCHORD RO E fs rijr t r p JOHN W CRUM iieFt ilz LEHDING LI3l E Y- LEBANONIIV Z N t t JI1 t jrSTABLESpalding Avenne and Mu1borrytreeti L Back of Norris House i f v G GOOD VEHICLES PIRSTQLASB HdMESAi j Special Rates Commercial Men Safeaii4elfabie u tlver 1t1tG Washington Country brad Sollcitei ey ci SPRINGFIELD SAW AND PLANED Hif J V tt t MARKS GREENE Prop to2 fjMANUFACTURERS AND DE9IER13 jtlfc ivf All kinds of Rough and Dressed Xrambef Lathes MouidiBglCalf a inga Frames Sash Doors Blinds Toijacco 1ioRih1 cijSsI1 lf Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plaster etc V tt I j Bill Stuff cut toprder on Sh ori1loiael hIkbass Lw h ilea paid for all kinds oFLogtj Call aneeu4ei prlt It 1 j i Office andi Yard Jockey AYenflelctieetll id t 1r Lightning Hot Drops What Fjinirr Namel Very true but it Kills All Paine Sold Everywhere Every OyWithout Relief There is Nor Pa thoii SiithorlnndH Enlo Ere Snlvo is Ikindand ltd guaranteed to cure by all dealers IfJadonPLYMOUTH ROCKS PLYMOUTHROCKS ExcMJSiVBry kayo some very fine cockerels andI pullets for sale at areasonable price Also eggs in season MESHMO NAN- Springfield Ky A now theory in tbo treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affections has bcou advanced by the manufacturers of Dr Bolla Pine Tar Honey It Is truly wonderful remedy All dealers soil it on positive guarantee For kalo by Ua don A Robortson Drngglata Or Dolls Anti Pain cures diarrhoea and summer complaint cramps folio and palM by healing tho IntlammnUon It Scups fermentation and relieve iui ntediatelvkll danger of fnvon tis avoided by IU due 2Sc and boo bottlon guaranteed by all dealers For sale by llnydon d HobertaoU Dr Bolls PindTar Honey la different front all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation qitdgiv Ing tonoBtrencth vigor and vitality to tho rospltoryorjmnii Guaranteed by all denier For rale at Ilaydon t Robert mm Druggists t 100t A VISITS J JJa a phjilciaf uyual fee A 5O Cent bottle of 7 r Neats Laxative lvlll put yoarrytem toZOd orilcr It JJYC1CoDtlPlltare for aU au laCl scientific Wt rtToritt yNEAiUXATIVE touhfie Key j r 1i t vipt SWNneylJA im IJJ4 t th aays Sliltdh OWTb tetlaedyle isthBflfatnTedlclnet haVe ftrfoaa r Ujat would omoaaY good Prle5bc i tr J J I i iicn OiIiWhen Aeir 4 nlokoeSCAeaeeebeoinae3nettrlNiiiatto01lx1ti C tIr Eveiy person big ltttla old youlUe black or wbltn rich or poorvrho busIever tied Dr hells Pine Tat Honey PiG1 nonce it tho besv cough and langrein cdy oil earth Itii ttUn ton o nil deal on gnarantco ih For ealo by Jlaydon It RoboreunrliggfslA llncklcasAralcal3aivtw catstitutees r inrte ieftcrj Aniippcd hands chilblain corna and ail akin ordpifbbs tail post tlvbly JcurcV pflcf or pay rcqulrekl It Is guaranteed tbgivo featlsfsctlon ot ntonov refunded Pilcc SSb pet box C Uolc onkltoIerlaonaDru Store l 1 BLESDflV BUOkEYEIUUll t OINTMENT Lr JCURES mwHIUyA SURE act CERTAIN OHM known for l5y M msth L T REMEDYtor PtlIS t t BOIB UT AXT CTf L61aa Mud QJJott inC 1Ui r Metrrsjioit FITTERS O rts1ndlasIoniiFl111ocsanrPDysprlytala natousueJ and nli 1IcbUir Pinsi danjrccaaamai1LandaWnrtik4Ccni4ue huh Wmuff and nu Md red Una nuwistl P lrt Whenever thejlttlsck1Idcnltrtfl4l i4 lea otthobig mep want uoaWtbl Kto rogulatfl thjjlr J CerQrr taro coi tlptlo and blllousnoea fJr lirhhl0 flnyrealaai Tablets K vfljqt ikjj utwtt aefcure Int1YQU never ee ttltJult1fotable21c a ylajevQrxw i J fh M1t nt Iloydon RobertBpn DragKifctf ti r l Ramon s Inver PIIl aim vc abllis f The Tonlel f etet toataan1 thetfste JikCombined formaPemct GrUaeut t 1fr j I l t i i10 I 1Y I J = n 4r 3t 3 tr foY 1 THENEWSLERDER r I t I lJf 4i L== kL aAflAD FORrUNATK O OaNQWVto 1i wH HE ODJG11L3tIES j 1J ke xnu ii r3ra rtqYsar WIL1kscthrcgthLdi- Sc1IIri 1i tt i1Tottts rt t kr-tlf kiDon it1ro griuac una 9iDugU1cent phc In Bcussclb ij otbo1JtiOut Dt2bCthe- tlc1st fccfiewiTn the oworld HernaQifrfijBucIcunoMTDmtUo Hlrsch gftinatafiirsch la the conrae otjifcwyira6Ur will como into p s9cBidncf the almost ncalcalablo c3bOOQOG Iw not tilthc1 8 will Ii mnl ibUcth Y1 J 111 1 i i r6 fl fJfr i re Jl 4j4CA Y t JflnTtr7iT11TtTr THi iia nccvt thw 1Jgkhl who istobecome JTbomJijjp closet that Was dragged forth b the nghtJiihcnthe ricKoId hMlOnlt th Vq9tn111ll bTlio story Will raIl to ar1nx13 young Lucicn do pirsch the bao- btily son vh at abonlirn years figa Fifteerij StiE mafbiigd the Hirsches lived in a palndthahad torment teen the homo of Empress Eugenic ncfonVas then 24 yearsof t isc and liko liiflfatber Tvbpt vraanpt jtt thai thno sQ l tedfar1i1S philnn f1opy naJater tho was a man of tnsh nnocr1oracnr6hv a mem box of manyclubs anjl the pp ssorror gyothignanmIght Hirsch palaco mCi tiajajbilland Btrik iugly beautiful jSun sroman tpcrv iamo was Mile T emelic and ho bad Ixcu em ployed as governess Shecame 6fzu oldJd aristocratiafamiyivhosc- istites1hrdl1Jb swcFyThT the clrkiytoohtingas well u intelligent It is not Surprising therefore that Lucian from fcgaruing hertex1zk paJliioCiljo flcmcstic macnlhery eventually felTm fevo withiio say there was a SlaudeStino mariiafio iani others rgajr nQfcWjil Premelfij left iha f p3lacQ ccdrooknphcr rpaideiico inun Stbcrpartof ParIs wrTero In 1882 tiaby wasborritw btThis was LuS tcnnoiiamed after her father When fto littlo girl was 5 years old her father 1ieLandfromthat timo on ran de Htrsch jnaco liberal PrOVision for tho ollrftffbrs gftan rcliiltt But dbiikofothProthelicnnthecIecTthatiliaiittlo feinJan11nshiandPtcddaughter1 l t a j 8y 4 Hfhe inHuecco of neV mother Tho cxgpv tQra t eoK3promi3edihat The girl should be JBrought aprR4pathplio rather than a cbresvrV h d 1ga I1odcrntqCircuma careIo bptljbp vast ealLh1hft wUiiomc tyrs IhiJL f lon1iirsthLucnno was tft tho Bnm of rdirefti1sm1i th bu1rdt1iis ftrtnno which alter all other legacies fullyql3oooqoe51jlti 3a in trust forhcr If Xiucienno shows IJ I vV rt xfiii tJLt 1 I ii J 4 iti5koiandI iontiitcirr jimfortnujwie dchthlJt tJz ceed I Mtunicr money is adaugier oftio IEniin orlLocitrrjcl out yca flQ to GeorgQ Alex a o veroogurr1i9nnr i WMW1QPtl9IJ3ho y1evcr een I ig J1and Tho bride audT her nine t bridunxdds fairIy gliftireditha das EHngdJepJar of diamonds and pearls j imlseepIyww ntaarider swath than ever during tSo tWJ padoiiBcaftjn for thofat0 ClorirNorUd 401f1ut utwnt i intllionairi- ft ScnEi ds OSSETTISjr ceMCpS Poeij C1o4i PrWL 1 Baia EYeia ofWtDr thuw MUl ed 44s iI UlibopeVtb fnlfili thyV1romise- VtaPanto SnlirielMiotweitfC tlinIAVudld wljon the right ijmo8hbfid il dprno giittW9af9othliD ho Pparc1tJif dlwhDqb m him 1 Y rydead7 Mid 1Bc ovnryrjroaiba to do t r1end to whom ag Mr Hrill Caine eloquently says iotin locked thuj moss sacred secrets of Ills cr III Z tVS oj 4i 4tohe4lttk Qrwil1 here 60Ailr an tioipntb the accouut I hope tGgtvc- sbaflboabtepfihiiqjtOj say that J and iftmesf tly able fc painlt fi tonch amorotcn rfQrpiottirq o him ths- hTthaRI4rbeen PRinted Alitteoso wtewritten about lull TnoKtrHng iJia rpthor have vrrittoif tandldlyanoV oyingly ex copt iflVPnfiilnabmotv tIU4 t ja- thatiorr certain rcsons jvhioh I ahal1benb1 to make oloorwh ntiPo7WiwHto u1ii1 11t vasimv p ssrbfbBuiing tho latter period of Rossottlte lifo Jfer them to see the mora o1tderful sfdo of his character that fcns rovearocftd me impossiblo for tKani to know who a delightful companlon 1to was oven at his vtorst m rSenta TJeroj worQ poriodsbo WC0111l81Z fldV1882v13n jI1S iaoid in my EncyhrIhiicno1R1in t mnyhourpgethcr Qlzpost every day arid wuoin6 rarely saw even so ffpotionnto a brother na Mr W M l thOtt1itnd devoted n friend nsI 1adoxBrownwhcnSfflSV short for iinany tweets nl uetcetoh be saw jscarcejy ony fftoo hu mine TliOttath fa that tbbiowasln him sbrt of wnifulnesdtf f tho spoiled child =unreasonable and to inoun accounbible whiojj impelled him oxcoirt when alone with mo to as sum tlini gloom nnH that air of the misanthrope vhich deooived oven blsbrotberj Aul tho unlymouse Ifldoe4 iboro bQ bnofr the dl- sJr nspjtLe5which tUsfiguro my old friend Bell Bcott s mention lCTilriSTij hi feutob ography l3v to bo found inatbistf antastio whims painful to many a friend and so era efiy UnJust tdhimselK Mr William Rossottis simple and 3lpbl i assibn for exactitude of stato mont way possibly have in some Cases Hfjausedhlm toV forgot that inI depicting a complex personality like that of his brother any given fact should not bo presented as isolated and all smooth and round but as being only ono among a thousand other facts whose unctipnris tQcs plain it givo it tone and indeed largely govern it iograpby how evorJis tha njQ t ifflonlt of all forms of literary art and Mr MotfIhafglen us n book that winbpiiodV- Nevertheless what he says about bis brothe hayipgin shgjj eye for nI 11rSn as tqtanl1y bt erdn- evftably bccn o rnisnndstoo1 IS sde quarloMhctt Rossetti Tvho was generosity incarnate has been Charactcf zodh3Ti man of mercenary impulses Why among all the men J havo over known ho was one of tho most generous Ho would give away what ho needed for himself ana as trlVi1 r1hcould toot take u Urorto passionate jInterest in his friends work than ever ho took in his own All this however I shall set right some day unless death should bo cruel ns to close my mouth before the tjmo has fully demo for mo tb speak This indeed is Jboi dnly terror thtt death has for me now ThoodoroWalbi DunfonJ In London Spectator Tue Vegetarian Faddist Thq vegetarian faddist ventilates his thooryIn wtstfeg anthropologic fi 1na1191moetrmonkey and tho monkey climbed trees thou man is stillr the onlyclimbing ont mal Ergo sincoflsh swim and the flratiJivjngcTcatnresxvere possibly qute1that iIs hq reason why mon ootslrnUoCUtntcrio his naturo when bade vonrs mutton chops If man in tho nrlmirivn ago ntn n ninsfrvlnTi pro viding he could kill iit that does not prtovo says tho crankist that raw or singed mastodon was a wholesome or a noccssary nut Because a ohim panzco will take toddy and smpko n pipo that does not show thnt he likest rnift olrtobacca It is n vicious hAbit dogsbytdsthrive on biscuits and cats on catnip TherO is the Now Zealand parrot that has degraded itself by showing a liking for sheeps kidncy Man says our fnddist when ho cats mont is degrading himself and do parting from his original dainty an thropoid ape ancestor Now York TimeaV s Ataxloni to Reform oyoujWautj Are you awaroof thq fact that gothcrfQoThey think too much about food Mobbo they do Lm wjllin for tine tor quit thiukin about it All I wants is tor be kop from beta re minded of it so long before I get any WnsbinRton Star Befotm Needed Mrs PcrryI wdndct why all oi tbestago Villainaamoko cigarettes Mr FerryIm blessed if I now They would be much moro anpropriato for the herd Be fu always such an Othc1nnatLEutuireranV Queitlon idiotI y tutfti1r1ttnicoF iifW the maideqannt tbthQ UttM irirt BaldII lrJ fj iyOtirt- Wero you saucy when ybt littlo itl aunty P Inked the J thtl4TrstKy v i 16lesaI J NPsbt2tis ere akJr 1Jat- Ic m t nrnclrHfJ1UhP c Jones KcvaftJ f thfnt hvd vravoM irprofesslonal fntfiHsfr Vdto tf iJBnt Brookiyntifei O ttJEipUlneift ia CJb pQe tt ff 1Tef l Ani wgons t 1 TWhy tbatito Unpeoplel know what itii that CDS ojfr themChicag fljV VVSVVfrVr r JJucklens Arnica Salve tTllo best naive iu tOe worljLiorcjati hrukf soef vricentrealt rfivuin lover sorcsrtetter vhhppcd hands chllblalnar eornspandall skla eruptions and posi tlxely tins pilesi or nu pay rRqnirelc Jt tls guaranteed to give satisfaction or inAitevtefuuded Prire 25e per bo ut HavJou JKribertsona Drujr Store Blflod urrtlcr though gnutunl nro radical thelV tfffect Ayers HIt tipa riUals In onllctl ask ned behafjaOdt- nat a stthihrahteJt It or Abel 1ik lnmoillale results ftiIot nlWtvsrOl low its use b it after n reasonable tintp pcr1arnenncntlt1tser lIi tq o reaUivdS RhodJo Nonh of this olncei was taken In the night with vrarnpibg pttlns ntid tho next tl6y dlanltoea iet 1i1iibo tookbalf bottle of bbckbtrry cortlial1 ilUtgot no relief She thou sent to to feoH I ImU anything to help Ifer I Bint tier a bnttlotif finHiibeVlaIn ctilic l holora and Diurrhoeu einciiy and tho tfrst dos rulievod her Another of onr neighbors had been sick for a vcuk und had tried diHeront remedies for diorr hoes but kept getting worse I sent him this hnmo remedy only four dUI uf it was required to crtro hiit Uo otya ho oweS his recovery to this wonderful ren edv Airs Nary albh V Sidtoev Mich Now ia the tfrae to Subscribe fIr the EWSLEAbtit only 51B year Lnst hiirum r ono our Crunddlll ron was sick witll a overo bowel trouble Our doctors rcrnedSfca had failed then wotrlld Chninbcrluii Velic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hcnurtv which gave very speedy relief Wo regard It as the best inodicino ever piU on the market for K G Gregory 11IOWClloIJPllhltS1ril This certainly is the best ntt1idiie ever put on the mar Rut for dysentery tuiminer oomplahit- coll jflid cholera Infnntnm fn children It never fails to give prompt lof when used in reascnsible time antI tlu plain printed dircxtfo1 ore fcllovod Liny- KillcoroIChUmberlains Cough Ileincdy cures colds roup and wliifopidg cough It Is pleasantsafe suit reliable jv1 pt e 5j t J- I r FREEr f 4m t jWgbave made arrangements SjSttotJaJlmitednambr ot year4Lj LADIES I1 fel HOME JIDEAL I 1 Ijfilt trit inonthy triage rztne tiblihutl it Cbiagcant1 thit J 1 jV4 containing 8tcrle3 SketcI1erh anti everthing interesting for the home For eachitew subscriber to 18 the NEWS I HADBa who pays i One Dollar Cash In advance J we will ll thfis magazine to p any address AusoLuTELr 3 FREfv numlcrhlimiiN1lindi f jj first cm first served AddrcflSJill comraunicati iins f t to ij Z E L DAVISON JR IoIUUI4L IIEH 4 3IVV TV Nr Vx sV Hows Tilts Wo otTer Otto Hundred Pollnrs seward for nny atO of cninrih tlnt rnnnot bo Halls Catunh urn F J CHENKV it Co 1roprietorn Toledo 0VWo the nndersigie liiio known F J Clienoy for tho st vrnrn and j lievo hiinparlettly itoitti able In liB ij b iMinoa transnrtioim mid niianriully llut eat rv 9 ut nn rblisatlon made by their tirm Wt tjtt i4iinx Wh sale Druggists Toledo On Widd ng Kin nan it Marvin Wholesale JJut eiNUit Toledo O JlaUVCHtnrih Cure luki n Jnleuinliy acjing aircctly upon the Mood nn mucoiiH Hnrfiies of tho tom Irlco7ica bottle and sold byall druJlhIL t ili mon freeV An antbojrlty on garden 1g gate ua the following way to treat tomatoes When they get largo enough to stick instead of Sticking them spread straw Ion the ground around them They toff upon the fravnd but our authority says it boats sticking them Tho straw keopa the ground moist hind also keeps the tomatoes from rot tening Ex Lives Saved IrrWoTJromnv Jnnction city IlKwnS hy her rf Vctors had leonsUmptloi and tlirtt there tfft no hope forhcfi bni two Ijottles of Dr lungs Nov nifcdVery contplntely cured her end Hho daytl J VmtyecT her life PMThOlI lasers 13Tlcrl I1 street Sun FrSiiciReo suffered frorfi lidrrnrtf cold Ilp rourhItag con ltllnploit tried without result everythfng ebIlt6n bought orifi boltlo of nr mugs Sew DlsehftfT ned In tyro weejtirwljM ctfrid aiija naturally thankulr if jrreMiltJt of jvhlch those are KamplcH that proVo the wonder ful cflleoay of thlnrucdieinB lu coughs aiitl coids Hreii trial Iwiftlca ut Huydo fcflobcrtsou Drusgbts rJ f ff t t J QVWOK IINDUCED Nervous Prostration n tatlstetecaoqy1beUu of Iyfrsrs iap3rjlltllI Satins y etnt to as a tcsult of too ctiisu nn niioi to liiisiiiesa my health tilleill I Incaiio weak nervous was i fenabto to lboktuttcInifthtetests and InhnifcHted alYtucJiynTpt of a do rUne I took three IwttloH of Ayers 6ar ai urilla be ah to Ttijprovo at Oiico p uri Trailimlly lncrc u oil my weight from ono liuiiilreil anil twenty five to two llUnlrellomultSlncotlwn I anti my family hnvn used this medicine when ncidid ajid jve arc all in thin best of health a fact which wo attribute to Ayors Sarsnparilla I believe my chil dren would liar boon fnthorlcus today hail it not been for Ayers Saisaparilla of which preparation I cannot say to- oJnne1IJT O ITixaoN PosUuasttr and Planter Kinards S C Ayers SSarsaparilla MEDAL WORLDS AYERS Pills Save DoctorS Bills If it requited an nun mil outlay of to Insure a family nipiinst any weiiojis conseijuences from an attack of howe complaint during Hio year there an nutuy who would foil it their duty to pay iti that they ClilUhlnlt afford to risk their lives nod those of their fHinlly fat such an amount Anyone ean set tlii insiinince for 26 eents that being thr price of a pttlo of fhamberlains Colic Cholera iind Iiarrhocn Keuiedy In al niosttjvory noiuliborhood wimc one hiu dlPtLfroiiwan attack of bowel roitiplalS before nedicino cmild IK procuredl ori physician Huniiiioiie One or twit do e 6f this rtuncdy will cure any oalhiinrs- cain It never fails Can j on atTdnl fl take tj o riskfpr o stimll nn uinoniu OverProfit Paying Stop it- Getsur Great Catalogue and Bny ers Guide Well send it for 15 cents hi stamps to pay part postage cr expressage The Beaks free 700 Pages zaooo Illustrations 40000 descriptions everything that uses in life tens yen what you ought to pay whetheryou buy clan or not One profitfrommakerto user Oath MONTGOMERY WARD COi OdgatoTio1t1e3WIOr4crMetiOd t in6M1d1lg Ckkagi 1000 WAYS TO CURE A COLD Qnlnlnticontvliortranako yrnthiikey quinine rkcandy a4 ryr wna bath vctlon rfrdlnr bou uonnd iwir sos Itrrr sad butklml coofh cure thtii tint orrr otbtr 55 ux1 the human net cnrf oHd The bit rrtjlt tortnnkt rniixix miMUCl four alon will see catcb cotVpu man rant b tateraM Indie- SI wtc laid up sIC a IdUrrtj 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Brtezs deep IiV55 il rim Cam inoismitlei sod Jierrotii JTagtratloo Pont 6005otjrnelIsnrkon 1ll11ftmnllblaI Weak eyes are inulo strmin Jim istIon U Irjahfl elfnr ttyrsjire removol and It granulated llriVor neYtjN of lIlly kUid mrfy bo speedily and eir utnnlly curpd by the ito of Sutherlands Knglo Eyel Snivn its put up lu tubes nnd soldoifa gunrnnteo by all dealers For sale by lluydoii it Huh rtson Drvggists t ST irf QUANTA BEST IN QUALITY WORMS nSj WIlt S CftEIIr VERMlFUCE HasLrismar omEIAWTEEI SOLD 3W LL DKVQaLSTL rrrparrlit xtcniinsox EDtcixr to 8Tiona i I WHEN SCJrOIfrg Ui TEACHERS Wlttr3EtVUfrT Jttf R TIONAL EDUCATIONAL ONViNTON To Jt weld at liufflilo Earljr In July An Attendance of Twenty TbonMuuTXs Ki f pect d aniTCIreat PMpcnittoa Ar Bi lag Blade korThefr tntortainment atlonaiEducatlOtmtitssooiation cloaIzgJtilyCobgreMoeducators teachers in this country will be rvpro Bentedby at least 20000 of their number Tfid practical results from this yearly Everysch01tenchcr to her werk new ideas new theories of toIreally a schcol for the teachers where tho most advanced pro ceptors gather to exchange ideas which may be taken advantage of by tho moot platformblued thought of tho best educators of tho ago ia announced and commented uponVIt is not only a great gathering of teachers but it is a well organized and carefully classified body which is subdivided in rath a way that special as well as general work may be done Each forenoon there will bo a general meeting largeBuflalothere will L separate sessions of tho 15 ormoro various departments It is in these departments that tho special work is taken up Tho superintendents oi schools for instance are members of ono department nod they discuss at their meetings subjects which would have no interest at all to tho kindergarten or elementary teachers who have their own department sessions at which mat tore with which they aro familiar are ttalked about by men trod women who have made their subjects tho study of yearsThere ore departments for teachers of art music physical culture natural science and other branches Each de partment has two sessions a week a that on the other days the teachers may attend the meetings of other depart ments than their own in which they may happen to bo interested For three days Wore tho meeting of tho convention tho national council SV- I d I I I pnraiDENT c which is tim executive body cf tho elation will hold meetings at which the routine business may be cleared up It Is composed of tho president vice prod dent Eocrefary treasurer and tho chairman of tho board of trustees Thopreni dent of tho association is Newrmi CIDougherty Ho is tho superintendent ofIschools at Peoria lib Ho isanative of Philadelphia and was graduated from tho high school of that city In 1808 when ho was 21 years of ago ho moved to Illinois awl became principal of the schools of Morris He was afterward for Hvo years rMudpal of tho Rocky Hill wminary and then went to Peoria to cso mnc the position which ho now occur pies The first viee president Professor Kieholas Murray Butler is ono rf the best known cf pastern educators tJiougb hut 34 warn old Ho was educated at Cciuinbia university and studied at uui vrrsitiea in Bcrlia and Purls In 1887 he crpjiuied the New York College for Ihe Training of Tenehers and a your later btcamo professor of philosophy anVl edueatira rt Coluuibia und pinco 1800 bo bus been tho dean of that university Ue is tho editor of Tho University Re vieSv aud has written extensively ed ucational subjects Irwin Slypard tho secretary is thE president of tho Btato Normal school at Winoua Minn which position ho has held since 1870 He is a nutivo of New York state and a graduate of I ouut Olivet college Michigan The treasurer L C McNeilL lives in Kansas City where ho has been nssistJ ant superintendent of schools siuco 1890 Tho schoolteachers who will attend this convention will como from every in tho Union Some will como from districts where tho log school llonco is still in use and others from tho largo cities where elaborately equip ped nrruoturcs offer every advantage to the eoiifirieutious teacher for study and idvauennent A largo number of oolr lego professors and university presidents trill attend and will contribute to the general iutorcafof tho sessions by read ing essays or delivering addresses on jducarioual topics As soon as tho con mitibn is over the thousands of school tetchors wilt scatter to various parts of ottheirThem will visit Niagara falls during their stay in Buffalo bq whcn theyi loavo they will go to ihp Boasboro Bud jiountaiu resorts jn large particeL this II ouoof the foaturVof the convention khicb makes its sefsious 1 pnlar and ttracts so ninnY thousands of Bchool itch rJOVCr71 M CnAT nnJ After DarId juA dollat obOe orolalmod wi6V The Clerk had told lier the ricer It VVby tbatn oxorbJtanW We cant afford tpsell it for any replied the olofk uWoll jGkuow where I getlJot 8nMWIXld business wonuui jo j paytdOTOvthano thingiswortlnVV 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