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ruCBSAT, MAT 1908.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ATTORNEYS AT-LAW. John P. Judson, lswyer, office fourth floor Hyde block, rooms 993-4. 30-6* SPECIALISTS. Dr. Boyd's electric coll; best known, treatment for rheumatism and dis ease! of women. Granite block. 6C-0 FEET. DJIAttBS. Standard jPual & Ice Co.. E4OV front TeL fit. Carbonado, Rock (Springs and Summit coaL Marti* Do lan. manager. SECOND RAND GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. 303. 31* River side. 80-9 MTJSIOAD. Reemer's orchestra and Inland Em pire band. Latest and moat popular music played for all occasions. In struction. Violin and cornet. Of fice and studio. Riverside hall, WIS Riverside aye. Phone Main 3999. 74-*3 DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS. Parisian Dyeing A Cleaning Works. ■108 Howard street. TeL M. 8117. I*.' A. Lehmnnn. prop. Best house Id northwest. No solicitors. Drese plaltlngs factory in connection. 288-8 8»AOTTIO TRANSFER 00. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery- TeL 818 SIO-S HORSESHOEING. Chas. Stnley, 21!) Pacific Aye. ■outh of N. P. deport. 128-26. CLOTHES CLE A ITERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean and press your ault for BOc or your trousers for 18c; oniy 6 to 15 minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. 620 Second uvenue. Phone 8252. FOR SALE. House, three rooms, new, nice lot, two blocks from car, $450. Hull' cash, balance monthly. House, four rooms, new, good lot, good view; cash; $350. House, two rooms, two lots nnd • 0 Chickens, all for $450. House, two rooms, largo lot, east of Hill yard shops, $275. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside Avenue. Phone 1232. We have sold in Minnehaha addi tion and Northeast addition to Ross Park 107 lots. We have three nlco lots left nt $110 each; $5 cash nnd $5 a month. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside Avenue. A BARGAIN FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. We have a five-room cottage, con nected with city iewer; finest littlo home on West Broadway; must sell at once. Small cash payment and balance easy monthly. Have list of resilience property In Oil pails of city to satisfy all comers. Also furm lands in all sec tions to suit. LICHTY A CO., 64 Jnmieson Block. Tel. 1295. FOR BALE—MISCEEEANEOUVtt For Sale Large go-cart, cheap, al most news. Inqu' c Mrs. Roy Smith, 01710 Callspel. FURNISHED ROOMS. Newly furnished rooms for trans lent or permanent; free and heat. TeL M 4347. 423 Third ave nue. 60-6* HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS. Two furnished or unfurnished rooms, close In, for rent. Call at E5 First avenue. SITUATION WANTED. Jnpancso boys furnished for cooks In hotels, family and eve ry kind of work. Tel. 22 19. 433 Front live. 139-2(1 MONET TO LOAN. Loans on furniture, pianos, horses, etc.; private; no delay, A. A. Bar nett 625-G The Hookerv. 65-T Loans on long ot short time. Daniel Bros.. 627 Hyde block. (6-0 Money to loan on real estate. Se curity mortgagea bought. J. W. Mor rison & Co., 3 and 4 Sherwood block. TMI.OKIMU. Clothes cleaned, pressed, dyed nt 3 Lincoln; goods called for and deliv ered. Tel. M. 1328. a. Bluaioa BARBER SHOP. The Leroy barber shop removed from 810 Main to basement 420 Main, Michigan block. First class haircut, JBc; shave, 10c; bath, lßc. Eight Bathrooms, hot and cold shower bath. 84-» PAWN BROKERS. If you want tl loan, go to I*. Hick ford, :i:is Main avenue. • BOOI'IHU AND REPAIRING. Tin, copper, sheet Iron, stove and furnaoo work, iiniry supplies, c. B*ashak a>]Co., 0024 moumo st. «4-2f> WORKWOMAN'S ROME. Frea employment bureau. Beds ami bath, 10 rents. 42 Main ave nue. 148-11 POE SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. For Sale -Fine young fruit trees, irisnri sixth avenue. 117-10 BLACK HOUSE NUMBERS Tlio Only Figure for White limine*. Manufactured by Spokane Stamp Works Poatefllo* Building. ADOBE HOUSE WHERE SHERIDAN MET FUTURE BRIDE CLOSED TO OUTLAW GANG THAT INFESTED IT "The Old Kiiddiok Uome. ALBUCJUBRQUH, N. M., May 10.— The recent raiding and closing up of a notorious resort for murderers and thieves In Albuquerque revives an In teresting romance conceded witli the marriage of lleneral Phillip Sheridan. When Sheridan gradunted from West Point he was appointed lieuten ant in a company stationed at Fort Duncan, a post on the dividing line between Texas and Mexico. The garrison was frequently at tacked by bands of Comanche In dians, who were carrying on a reign of terror in that region. On being repulsed and pursued, they would generally succeed In crossing the Rio Grande before they could be over taken, the International line giving them refuge from the vengeance of the American soldiers. One day Sheridan and a. companion obtained leave to attend a hall given In Albuqui rqtte nt the home of Cap tain Ruddlok, whose wile and daugh ter were tlie only American women in the town, tlie feminine gender there RENTS HENS FOR LAYING PURPOSES CORNING, Cal., May 10.—Probably the most unique Idea tn the history of uoltryA raising is thai of N, A. Lyheck, who lives a short distance out of Corning. Lybeck rents laying hens. His charge for these hens la 3 cents on every dozen eggs thai they lay. lie decided to start his hen rent POPE PIUS DEDICATING THE LOURDES SHRINE This photograph shows pope Pius X formally blessing the new Shrine of Lourdes, which was dedicated in the Vatican Gardens, two weeks ago. The slnine is an exact duplicate of the famous Grotto of Lourdes and was the gift of tho Bishops of France. The Pope is shown surrounded by his Papal household with the Swiss Guards in white helmets and the Noble Guard in plain helmets, grouped near the Papal Throne. heing a mixed type of Spanish, Mexi can and Indian. As Sheridan nnd his friend ap proached the scene of the festivities they were recognized by two Coman ches who were wanted at Fort Sheri dan for the murder of several white settlers. Thinking that their hiding place had become known and that they were about to he arrested, the Indians skulked to the rear of the house and held council. Their movements ex cited the curiosity and suspicions of Captain Roddick's little daughter, who was then a tiny miss, nnd she ran to Lieutenant Sheridan, of whom she was very fond, and told him of what she had seen. She was none too soon, for the Indians had already prepared to fight. On Miss Ruddlck's alarm, however, they were quickly surrounded ami were forced to sur render. Captain Roddick's home was fre quently visited by Lieutenant Sheri dan, and the attachment between the ing business hist December.' Ho Im mediately built a tremendous brooder house. Ha now has 10,900 young chickens, the oldest not over 3% months Old. In a year from now Ly beck expects to have 50,000 chickens; In two years 100,000 laying hens. It will then be the largest chicken ranch little girl and himself became stronger every day. On his leaving Fort Duncan to engage in Indian war fare in northern California he carried with him a tiny cross given him by his little friend as a memento. Years went by and he lost sight of Ruddick and his family. Date in the year 1875, long after Sheridan had distinguished himself and won the nation's applause, he met Miss Ruddick in Chicago. The little friend had grown irilo beautiful womanhood. Her heart was still loyal and not long after the meeting General Sheridan and Miss Ruddick were married. In the meantime her old adobe home and birthplace in Albuquerque had gone to ruin. It had been con verted into a saloon and became the. resort and hiding place of every kind of outlaw. Crime after crime was committed under its roof and recently the police determined to (lose It up. After raiding many of its occupants, they barred the door and windows so that now the criminal class can no longer find shelter there. In the world. Each hen will average j 1 r.O eggs, or 12% dozen, each year. At 3 cents on every dozen eggs Lybeck j will receive nn average of 37V4 cents ! a year for every hen rented. When j a hen stops laying Lybeck will take ■ her hack" and supply a laying hen. All his hens are White Leghorns. COTTON MANUFACTURERS. KNOXVILLE, Tcnn., May 10.—It was a distinguished gathering that faced President R. s. Relnhardt of North Carolina, when he called to or der at 10 O'clock this morning the ninth annual convention of tlie Ameri can Cotton Manufacturers' associa tion. The attendance numbered sev eral hundred and included representa tive cotton manufacturers of the New England section ns well as those of the Carolines, Georgia and other aouthern states. The English cotton trade was represented by J. \V. Na sniith of Manchester, who will ad dress the convention at the special In vitation of the American association. The forenoon was devoted to tho CHE SPOKANE PRESS. M GOVERN AND ( MURPHY AGAIN V* BHII.ADIIL.PHIA, Pa., May 10.— McOovcrn, the Brooklyn featherweight, and Tommy Murphy, of the Apollo A. C. of New York, are to clash in the main event at the iWftlonal Athletic club's show tonight. two are regarded as among the top-notch featherweights of the coun try and the result of their meeting Is awaited with much interest in sporting orioles. Both appear to be 'In'fine fettle for the contest. Take Care Of Your Heart. It is the engine that forces the blood to every part of the body; this blood conveys the nourishment that makes flesh, bone and muscle; it also car ries off the worn-out particles. If the heart flutters or palpi tates, it is weak, and is work ing imperfectly, so that the body does not get this nourish ment; it also fails to throw off the impurities, and they re main to poison the system. If it is irregular, skips beats, or is painful, the heart is prob ably "leaky" and the circulation poor. These conditions are dangerous. You can make your heart well, and keep it so, with Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, which is a heart medicine and tonic that strengthens the heart nerves and muscles. "I have been a sufferer for years from nervousness and weak heart, and I have tried all the doctors In tho community. They all told me that I had heart trouble, but they failed to help me. My druggist prevailed upon me to try Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and Restorative Nervine, saying that if tho first bottle did not benefit me he would return the money. Every dose helped me from the time I began tak ing it, and after awhile my trouble was gone entirely." BURDETTE DeKAY, Cuba, N. Y. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If it fails he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind ASPHALT CEMENT AND BROKEN STONE TOR BALE. The Barber Asphalt Paving Co., Room 21 Exchange National Bank Building, Spokane, Wash. PENNYROYALPILLS formalities attending the opening. After prayer had been delivered by Rev. K. B. Olmstead, tlie visitors were welcomed by Governor Cox, Mayor Class and William li. Lockett, chairman of the chamber of com merce. The response was embodied In flic annual address of President Rciiihardt, who spoke at considerable length on tlie outlook of the cotton Industry aial the various problems confronting the manufacturers. The same SUbjeotl were treated this after noon in papers presented by leading members of the association. The con vention expects to conclude its busi ness tomorrow morning. The large and representative attendance and the Interesting program combine to give promise of the most Important gath ering ever held by the association. rrvE CENTS Cures a Headache STOW ELL DRUG CO., Corner Riverside and Stevene. BISHOP WHITAKER 75 YEARS OLD. PHILADELPHIA, May 10—The Right Rev. Osi William Whitaker, bishop of the Protestant Episcopal diocese of Pennsylvania, was 75 years old today, and the anniversary was remembered by scores of his friends, both in and out of the church, who sent him notes and cards of con gratulation. Bishop Whitaker Is a native of Massachusetts, having been born ln Salem on May 10, 1830. He wns edu cated at Mtddleburg college and the General Theological seminary in New York, graduating from the hitter in 1st;:). Six years later he was elected missionary bishop of Nevada, and tilled that position until 1885, when he was chosen bishop coadjutor of Pennsylvania to assist Bishop Stev ens, who by reason or age and In lirmities wns unable to carry on tho work of Such an Important diocese, tn IXK7, when Bishop Stevens died. Bishop Whitaker succeeded him. PRESIDENT IN CHICAGO. CHICAGO, May 10.—With three separate organizations playing host, President Koosevelt found himself hooked for a strenuous time of It on his arrival In Chicago today. The Merchants' club had the first inning, and n committee from that organiza tion met the presidential special at the Northwestern station at noon and promptly took the distinguished guest under its wing. From the station the president was escorted to the Audi torium annex, where there wns lunch eon in tlie banquet room, at which 150 persons, Including the representative business men of Chicago, were pres ent. The Hamilton club had the president for Its guest this afternoon. Two thousand invited guests met the distinguished visitor at a reception given at tlie clubhouse from 2:110 until 4 o'clock. This evening the president Is to be the guest of honor at a ban quet of the Iroquois club, the leading democratic organization of the west. The president's departure for Wash ington is scheduled for midnight. OHIO MEDICOS IN SESSION. COLUMBUS, 0., May 10.—Promi nent physicians and surgeons from all parts of the state are gathered here for the sixtieth annual conven tion of the Ohio State Medical associ ation. The three days' program was inaugurated this morning with a gen eral business meeting and sessions of the several sections. Tlie formal open ing took place this afternoon. Presi dent S. S. Halderman of Portsmouth presided and the visitors were wel comed by Mayor Jeffrey, NOTICE. In the superior court of the state of Washington in and for the county of Spokane, ln the matter of the fore closure of delinquent tax certificates No. C 14300, No. C 36786 and No. C 86786, issued by Spokane county. The state of Washington to K. S. Brown: You arc hereby notified that R, S. Brown is tlie owner of the following described lands and tenements situat ed tn Spokane county, state of Wash ington, and more particularly des. rib ed as follows, to-wit: an undivided one-eighth anil an undivided one-half of lot 14. block 83, of Dennis Brad ley's addition to Spokane Kails. That Arthur I>. Jones & Co. was during all times herein mentioned and now i.s a corporation organized under the laws of state of Washington. That heretofore there was issued by the county treasurer of Spokane county, Washington, a certain certift eale of delinquency, No. C 36786, dated the 15th day of July, 11)111, for the sum of two and 3S-ii>o dollars, said sum being the amount of taxes then delinquent, assessed and (barged against an undivided one-fourth in terest in said lands anil tenements for the year 1900. That thereafter an un divided one-half of said land describ ed in said certificate and of said eer titieate No. C 85786 was redeemed. That Arthur D. Jones & Co., the plaintiff herein, is the holder of said certificate No. C 36786. That the holder of the said certlfl cate No. C 36788 has paid taxes for Other years upon said undivided one eighth of said lot not redeemed as follows, to-wit: for the year 1901, Sl.-2. paid 3d day of April.' 1905; for tlie year 1908, 31.10, paid 3d day of April, 190S; for the year 1903, 91 cents, paid 4th day of March, 1904; for the year 1904, 93 cents, paid 18th day of April, 1905. That heretofore there was Issued by the county treasurer of Spokane county, Washington, a certain certiti cate of delinquency No. C 14300, of date January 31, lxOx, to Spokane county, for "the sum of 110 29 for taxes against said lard for tlie years 1899, 1994 and 1*95 That said cer tificate was thereafter on July 15, 1901 regularly sold and transferred to Arthur D. Jones ft Co. That there after on July 15. 1901. there was Is sued by the county treasurer of Spo kane county, Washington, a certain certificate of delinquency No. 035785, of date July 15. 1901, for the SURI of $90.98, said sum being the amount of the taxes then delinquent assessed and charged against said undivided half Interest In said lot lor the years 1996, 1x97, IX9X, 1x99 and 1900. That ftrthur D. Junes ft Co.. the plaintiff herein, is the bolder of said certificates No. C 14300, and No. C.'tr.Tx.-.. That s.ald Arthur D. Jones tV Co, has paid on ace iqnt of said cer tificate No. C 85785 taaea for other years upon said undivided one-half In terest In said lot covered b\ said cer tificate as follows, tO-Wit: for the year 1901, $3.71, pil l November 17. 19o2: for the year 1901, $4 35, paid April 3, 1905; for the yVar 19a;!, J:t 84, paid March I. 1904; tOi the year |90t, $3 75. paid April 15. 1905. That each anil all of said sums above mentioned bear interest at the rate of fifteen (15) per cent per annum from the date of payment thereof. The aforesaid owner of slid prem ises, and all persons claiming under him arc hereby eummoned and re quired to appear within sixty days after 'he dale of the llrst publication of this summons. tO-Wlt: within sixty days after the .'nth day of April. 1905. which is tlie date of tile first publica tion of this summons, exclusive of the day of said llrst publication, nnd defend this action or pay the amount due upon eatd certificates of delin quency respectively, and delinquent taxes, penalties and interest afore said, and you are hereby notified that lv case of failure so to do Judgment will iu> rendered forecloolng the liana of respective fixes and costs against the respective lands and premises named upon which thSV are liens. 1 'ate.l at Spokane, Washington, the 20th day of April. 1998 ARTi.t'R 11 JONES ft CO . Holder of Bald Cert Ideate, By GALLAGHER ft THAYER, Its Attorneys P. O address. Empire State build ing. Spokane. Washington We don't claim a cinch—we only claim to be the r.ewslcst newspaper lv town; 25c per month. Watch for Symptom* of Xldney Dluuu. Berard Baokache aa a Daafea Sternal. Teat tha Urine. Help the Xldneya Do Their Work. Cure Them When They Are Sick. HOW TO TELL—There are many Symptoms to tell you of sick kidneys. First, the many aches or pains— Dull aching ln the small of the back. Sharp pains when stooping or lift ing. Rheumatic aching in the muscles. Neuralgic pains In the nerves. Headaches, sideaches, gout, sci atica. And the urinary symptoms, some apparent, some found by Bimple tests — Frequent passages day and night. Scalding, due to Inflammation. Scanty passages, or a stoppage. Red, thick, or 111-smelling urine. Cloudy or brick-dust sediment. Greasy, frothy, or staining urine. Other common symptoms are: Puffy eyes; swollen limbs. Pallid, waxy complexion. Drowsiness, lack of energy, lan guor. Dizziness, "spots" hefore the eyes. Weak heart; debility. Indigestion. There Is only one thing to do any of these symptoms appear, and that is to cure the kidneys. No need to experiment. Doan's Kidney Pills have cured hundreds of people in your own city. Their testimony proves it. DOAN'S For Sale by all Dealers. Prioe.SOc. Foster-ZCUhurn Co., Buffalo, N. T., Prop. NOTICE. In the superior court of ttie state of Washington in and for tlie county of Spokane. In the matter of the foreclosure of delinquent tax certiticate No. C 35757, issued hy Spokane county. The state of Washington to Hank of California: You are hereby notified that Bank of California is the owner of the following described lands and tene ments, situated in Spokane county, state of Washington, and more par ticularly described as follows, to wit: All of lot thirty-one (31), in block six («), of Keystone addition to Spokane Kalis. That Arthur D. Jones it Co, was during all times herein mentioned, and now is, a cor poration organized under the laws of the state of Washington, and the Bank of California was during all of said times a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Cali fornia. That heretofore there was issued by the county treasurer of Spokane county. Washington, a certain certiti cate of delinquency No. C 35787, dated the 15th day of July, 1901, for the sum of four and 97-100 dollars, said sum being the amount of taxes then delinquent assessed and charged against said lands and tenements for the year 1900. That Arthur D. Jones & Co., the plaintiff herein. Is the holder of said certiticate No. C 35757. That the holder of said certiticate No. C 35787 has paid taxes for other years upon said lot as follows, to wlt: for the year 1901. $3.74, paid November 17. 1902; for the year 1902. $3.90. paid April 2d. 1903; for the year 1903. $4.38, paid the 4th day of March, 1904; for the year 1904, $0 37, paid the 13th day of April. 1905. That each and all of said sums above mentioned bear interest at the rate of fifteen (15) per cent per annum from the date of payment thereof. The aforesaid owner of said prem ises, and all persons claiming under it. are hereby summoned and required to appear within sixty days nfter the date of the tlrst publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 30th day of April, 1905. which is the date of the first publica tion of this summons, exclusive of the day Of said llrst publication, and defend this action or pay the amount due upon said certiticate of delin quency, and delinquent taxes, penal ties and interest aforesaid, and you are hereby notified that In case of your failure so to do Judgment will be rendered foreclosing the liens of such taxes and costs against said lands and premises above named. Dated at Spokane, Washington, the 3Qth day of April, 1905 ARTHUR D, JONES X- CO., Holder of Bald Certificate. By OAI.LAOHKi: & THAYER. its Attorneys, P. O. address. Unipiie State build ing, Spokane, Washington, DR. OTJNN'S IMPROVED LIVES TILLS. a l.uiy wi de us from Winchester, Va., she had heen tinder a doctor's oars for four years for dyspepsia. The pain appe nod I I center under the left shoulder Made, was so se vere she could not sleep. She asked us to send her simple Of I >r. Otinn's Improved Liver Pills, We sent net two pills; lv a few days she sent for a box. Now she writes the pain un der her shoulder is gone, she enjoys her meals nnd never sleeps less than eight hours; used the pills four weeks and cost her 60 cents for two boxes S"i Iby druggists. For dyspepsia, sick-headache or bilious attacks, use these pills. One for s dose. Made b> Dr, Bosanka Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by all druggists. HOIXISTEB'B >■ . . _ . «... ■ Rochy M»Hoia)B in Nuggeb A Busy Mc.Uolne for Busy Peoyle. Brl-trs Gclden Health and Benswed ▼Igor. a specific for constipation, Indl gestton, l.lver and Kidney Trouble*. Pimples. Ecsema, Impure Blood, Bud Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache aud Backache. It's ltoeky Mountain Tea ln tablet form. 35 cents a box. Genuine made by Holllster Druv Company. Mudtson, Wis. Oolaea Buggata Icr Sallow l , »o»As i The strain and struggle of busy life causes nine-tenths of the daily aches and pains and kidney sufferings of humanity. The busy folks—who work hard and rest little, who think hard and sleep little, are those who overtax the kid neys moet. To overwork the kidneys Is to con gest and clog them—to disturb and hinder them In their great work of filtering the blood. Busy men and women are too apt to neglect sick kidneys. In spite ol aches and pains and urinary disor ders they go on overworking until the kidneys give out. There Is no middle road for the kidney sufferer. He must either help and cure the kidneys, or go ths downward course towards fatal dia betes and Brlght's Disease. There is no standing still. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you. Tills great kidney specific has re stored thousands of kidney sufferers to complete and permanent health. It is Intended for the kidneys and for the kidneys only. SPOKANE PROOF. D. J. Dunn, brick mason, living at. 1029 Broadway, says: "I was subject to kidney trouble for several years, and during that time took various remedies which were recommended to me without any success. I once lived in Pittsfleld, Mass., and since coming to the Pacific coast, four years ago, I continued to subscribe for my home paper. In It I read of several people whom I knew when I lived there and had been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box and they brought me immediate relief and once or twice since when a hard day's work had told on my back the rem edy has acted Just as well as the first box. I shall always rely on them in the future." If you wish to try Doan's Kidney Pills free of expense, write to Foster- Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. T., for a trial box. KIDNEY PII.L.S. ALMA GROCERY PHONE 093. Second and Cedar Special prices for Thursday and Friday. Soaps Laundry, 7 bars. .25c Soap, Fels Naptlia,4 bars2sc .Hold Dust, 3 pkgs for.. ..20c Flour, fancy, patented, sack $1.20-$1.30 live flour, 10 lb. sack 35c Graham flour, 10 lb sack.3oc Com Meal, 10 lb. sack.. .25c Kolled oats, 10 lb. sack. .35c Corn, best standard, 3 cans, 25c Tomatoes, best standard, 3 cans 25c Peas, best standard can. 10c Deans, best standard can 10c Call for prices. Burr-McMahonCo. Wo have those little green stamps. Avoid Trouble and hard work ln your kitchen hy cooking with gas. With a kitchen range there Is wood to bring in or coal to carry up: dirt, soot and ashes to clean out. The blue flame of the gas range replaces all this inconvenience— the fire Is ready at the striking of the match. The cost of cooking with gas Is less than the expense attached to ■ kitchen range. The most economical gas range on tlie market Is the Sellable. Come and let us show you one. Spokane Falls Gas Light Co. 806-810 Sprague Aye. IhMbRDWOMEA Dm Ilia U for mmtlanl i .«cs»n«<tma«ni»noD^ irrtUUeu or ill ■riltneaj el ■■<•» Mabua, P»llll~«. Md 80l ulllB ■•at or »ol»uujui. * AWI4 hy Btrottxa*•*»» or MKt la J.1.1U mr»vvi bi eaerws, »'«i>«"i. lot SI OS. or > bolilrt *> »k. I CutioUi wt ea naaa>% A WHOLE ORCHARD. John Berry was over from Peach Hill Sunday to visit with tha Apple galea and ''luiumera.—Walnut tMo.) Tribune. j