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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
HONOR FOR THE PAST, HELP FOR THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR THE FUTURE ?rm vi mi:. v^Bimdav. uk ^[?????????I^BHHHHHB CITY DIRECTORY. ? ? i I. n, ? w . I-:. ' W I il Vf. r. : Prince Edward County Directory. li, w. - j w. C FRANKLIN, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, PAM Fl IN fin. V \. A D. Y> I R. M. WATKINS. //A7.V\<\ ll'. //7\7.\'N. 1T0RNEYS AT LAW, FAR :. f inn W. HODGES MANN. J. M- CRUTE, MANN &, CRUTE, Atloi ' Law. m P. VANDERSLICE, ATTORNI ^ \T LAW. MVII.I.K. VA. \\ i ? S. WING, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Green Bay, Prince Edward County, Ya. , ( ] H. BLISS, \L Al LTION1 i m;m\ ii.i.k. \ A. R. SPENCER, M. D., I'hftsii inn and Surgeon. }l M. MARTIN, ATTORNEY Al LAW, Richmond, Va., Farmville, Va. \yHlTE &. CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, r \KM\ ii.i.i;. V \. Good Judgment W ilnit you buy JEWELRY, WATCHES, SILVER WARE eal .'ii-i,e.l juill i [ABLE ll"! - E. WILTSE, FARMVILLE. VA. PLANTERS' BANK, q v q o un DI W ?Alu Get lin ty FARMVILLE, VA. - - Capital paid up, $50,000. Surplus $30,000 DIRECT! H. I H. A i . M. wai Kl IR, D \ Wi Ol'. PiUM saamaaaaaaaaaa dr UM wool ll i Atlanta, 6a i IT IS RIDIiTLOlS i I.tim lo mal.?' .i i Inns, li i- simple to say it, aini hi ru pie t.. swallow it. If tbe fannel raisw tl only one grain for each grain planted be would starve. bis goods for dollar, al the price be bought them, ml in time, labor and ex|?nse. We Most Live, md we live by mir pron"ta, bul we lou't prey ou tbe public. Out , I! ACTUALLY LOWER he mu li bragged up belo* GOOD (loons HAVE IX) BESOLD BELOW COST TO GET RID OF THEM. Our Goods are Good. ii- to baud ie them and y< ny. We don't have hi tull.it Inly - ni Hire mn -ales: our good fTered at fairest prices. We don't towtl any one to I.uv. IT one will i-t look at Hiern they will be sure to Inly tin-in. lemember the Place, Mr. VE USER'S OLD STAND, i to ll. I-:. Wall's Hardware ' Karinville, Ve. , eaders of Fashion and Low Prices. < iiir -took consist* of ind Boys Ready-Made Ciothiug. SHOES ?I Man, Woman and Child. I i its' Purniahiug Gooda, Trunks, W tli-lii- and weiry, Umbrellas, Paras >1? aud Mu* -. Hit-, laps and Notions. WE MAKE SPECIALTIES Lad idy- Made ?loods, such Tailor-Made Gooda, skirt-, Waists, i-. Paney Uuderakirts and ? -i-i I pt ions. ^ ours foi busini I. S. FELDMAN, PARMVILLE, VA. Nexl .1. to H. 1. Wall's Hard Ipring is Here Sd i- our stock ??! ipring and Summer Goods. ol i tl,I br pr SOI ari I tl.. un ll' lia fi. usually pretty selection <>t en RY GOODS, NoI'loNS and? Gentlemen's Furnishings. FLEMING & CLARK, I V RM VILLE, VA. e Have Completed and now occupy am ; NEW AND COMMODIOUS STOW j,,, ? e. i I \KM\ III I . \ \.. Wi- -Ii.Ol I I I Mill- Ol %erai Shelf Hardwar*t Sa*h, Wiwin timi Door*, <yon omi Carriage Materialf st nih baker Wagon*} ricultural implement*, Float**, Va*ting*, ,!'?. aa wo (.Ll cal par I, bj A tin pit i ? i ,,.,, ! ' jinn lind v. lu lor -. Lime I ? rm ! OB mi I i: Duval., Robertson & Co. PRINTING AT REASONABLE PBH BB at herald orrie 1 A LESSON FBOM Ll FL Dr. Talmage Eulogizes the Late Jus? tice Stephen J. Field it.ilui".o? Tralalaa Laid ike i <.? .li.lu.i> ul Hf* I liiirneler ? The l.reul III, inc'.. I i linne lo u Depart esl I'ricmi. (Copyrtghi itas.) One of the must notable chaim our time is Hu- subject of Dr. I.iii discourse, and tin- lessons drawn ara inspiring. Text, 2 Sam "Know ye not tliitt there is a prince and man fallen this day in Israel?" Here is a plumed catafalque, followed bj King David and a funeral oration which he delivers at the tomb. Concern v bner, tin' ; I wi eps out tin- text. Moie appropriately than when originally uttered we univ now utter tlos resounding lamentation: "Know ye not that there is a prince and i in.in fallen this da j in Israel?" lt whs 30 minutes after six, the ex? act hour ol the sunset ot tin Sabbath (hiv, iiml while the evening lights were iiein),' kiniilcil, tlu.t the sinij ni Stephen .1. Field, th.- lawyer, the judge, the pa? triot, the ( hristi.iii, ascended. uni- departed friend came forth s boj from ;i minister's home in New land. il?- Knelt with father and mother iii morning and evening prayer, learned from maternal lips lessons of piety which histed him and controlled him liiniii all thc varied and exciting seines ? I' a lifetime ami helped him to di.' iii peace an octogenarian. Biol out from American history the nan ministers' sons who hare done honor t,. judicial hench and commet" jirtl circle and national legislature and presidential chair, and yon would ob I tara te many of the grandest chapters if that history, lt is no small advan ?? <1 from a home w herc ? oil ls honored and the subject of a vorld's emancipation from sin and snr ?ow is under constant discussion. The ran Commandments, which are the bundation of ail good law Roman nw. German law. English law, Amer! an law ure th,, best foundation upon vhieh io build character, .'ind those t'hJch thc hoy. Stephen .1. Field, m. ?ften heard in the parsonage at Stock were his guidance when, a half entury after, as a gowned justice of he supreme court of th.- I nited States', ic unrolled his opinions. Bibles, hymn ""ks, catechisms, family prayers, at tosphei .? sanctified, arc good suriound i boys and girls to start from, nd if our laxer ideas of religion and iiiiinith days iind home training pro iiec as splendid men and women BS h.- much-derided Puritanic Sabbath ml Puritanic teaching* have produced will he ,-i mutter of congratulation ml thanksgiving. Do nut pass b\ the fact that I have nt yet seen emphasized that stephen . Field was a minister's son. Notwith tanding thal there .ire conspicuous ex ?pt ions to the rule- and the exceptions live built up ii stereotyped defamation i the subject statistics plain and un ?uialile prove that a larger proportion ministers' sons turn out well than c to he found in any other genealog al table. Let all the parsonages of I denominations of < hristians where lildren are growing up take the con lat iou. See thc star of hope pointing i\\ ii to that mai; .Notice also that our departed friend is a int inlier of a royal family. There ere no crowns or scepters or thrones thal ancestral line, hut the family thc Fields, like thc family of the BW York Frillies, like the falnil.t ol' e Princeton Alexanders, like families that I might mention, if it iv beat to mention them, were "the ildren of thc Kin j.r." and hud pilton ? ni honors brighter than crowns and ?h lcd in il uc ncc longer .'ind wider than Thal family of Fields traces honorable lineage bael ibertUS dc la Feld, coadjutor of Wil? li! thc Conqueror. Let us thank God r sui h families, generation after gen ? Tion on thf side ol that which is ?ht and rood. While all parentscannot aspire to have ii conspicuous hon sc holds as the one ? linnie of whose son we now cele itc. all parents may hy fidelity in lyer iind holy example hate their is iiml daughters become kines ami eena unto (.od, to relgi ?r. .et young tr.'-n beware hst they by ir behavior biol such family records lh some misdeed. We can all think households thc name- nf which ant everything honorable .and con rated foi a lout' while, hut hy thc d ot one sou sacrificed, dil. 1 blasted, hook out how you rob ir consecrated encestrj of thc name _\ banded to you unsullied: Better trustee to that name add something rthy. Do something to honor the :.;id, whether a mountain nu rn- ii cltj mansion ur a country sonage. lev. David nudley Field, though :u rs paased upward, is honored to-day Hu i hristian life, thc sci rice, tic th of his son Stephen. mong thc most absorbing honks of Hilde is thc book of Kings, which in ami again illustrates that though ? l hereditary. the style of pa? ts much to .io w [th tlc stj lc cseeiidaiit. It declares of KingAbi ?lie walked in ad thc sins rn his icr which he had done heforc him," lg Atariah: "ile did thal eh was right ill the sight of the d. according to all that bli father ariah had done." We owe ;i d'ht tu ie who have gone heforc in our line certainly as wc lune obligations to ie who subsequently appear in thc Behold. Not so s:k ie,| is ymir .dd '. whi<h you keep ms memory, or the eyi hi eh which your mother studied t tit? le in her old ;? tr.' as thc name they '. the natue which you inherited. p it hripht. I charge you Keep it lit.- of something elevated in character. I rumple not undi that w hieh to your fat her ami i wasdearer than life itself. Defend their ? hey defended your cradle. Nut icc a I si i thiit uur illus triu ii- fl i.at ia reasonable and rem Kent. Ol' the 1,042 o|Hliions he le iiuiie was mure potent or memorable than those rendered while he V small minority and sometimes in a mi* noritv ol" one. A h-arned and i guished lawyer of this country said he would rather he thc author of Judge Field's dissenting opinions than tu be thc author ol' thc constitution of the United State-. The tendei with the multitude, to think what oth? ers think, to say and do what Othi Sometimes the majority are wi ;ind it requires beroi s \o take tin (iv.-, hut to do that logically and in good humor requires some .lem. ip not often found in judicial dis? senters or, indeed, In any class of men. The ii uf American Inde? pendence wa> a dissenting opinion. Thc Free < burch of Scotland, under Chalmers and his compeers senting movement. The Bible Itself, Old Testament and .Ww Testament, is a protest againal the theories thal would have destroyed the world, and is a dissenting as well ai a Divinely in? spired hunk. The Decalogue on Sinai repeated ten times "Thou shalt not." Fur ages tu euiue will he .piulei! from law hunks in courtrooms Justice Field's magnificent dissenting opinions. Notice that our ascended friend had such a character as assault and peril alone can develop. Ile had not come to the sufi cushions of the supreme court bench Stepping on cloth of gold and sa? luted all along the line hy handclap ping of applause. Country personages do not rock their hallies in sat in lined cradle or afterward send them out into the world with enough in their hand tu purchase place and power. |*a lalaries in the earlj part of this cen? tury hardly eVCI J car. Economies that sometimes cut into the lione characterized manj of the i. if thc New England clergymen. tonne; lawyer of whom we sped; to lay arrived in San Francisco \-. with only ten dollars in his pucket. Williamstown college was onlj Intro lue tOI*} toil postgraduate course w hieh lur illustrious friend took while ad mi li? sterine- justice ami halting ruffianism tinid the mining camps of California. )h, those "forty-niners," as tint were ?ailed, through what privations, .brough what narrow .seapcs. amid \hat exposures they moved! Adminis ering and executing law among out aws never has been an easy undertak ng. Among mountaineers, many of timm had nu regard for human life; ind where the snap of pistol and I if gun were not unusual responses, re* nircd courage of the highest metal. Behind it dry goods box, surrounded iv tallow candles, Judge Field i" is judicial caner. What exciting !..? passed through! An infernal lachine was handed to him, and In ide the lid of the Fox was pasted his ecision in th.- Pueblo case, the . >n that had balked unprincipled BpecU ltorB. Ten tears ago his life wuiild ate passed mit had nut an officer f the law shut down his assailant, lt mk a long training of hardship and luise ami misinterpretation and threat f \ lolence and flash of assassin's knife i tit him for the inri) place w le mid defy legislatures and e nd presidents and thc world when lie mw he was right, Hardship ? rindstone that sharpens Intellectual lenities and the sword with which to rik.- effectively for God and i ii ii try. Notice also how much our friend did ir the honor of the judiciary. What omentous scenes have been witni our I'n it cd Stilt es sn | ire mc court, on ch and heforc thc bench, w heth ? far hack it held its sessions in the .per room of the exchange at New nrk or afterward for ten tears in flu? ty hall at Philadelphia, or later in the Har of yonder capitol, the place where r many years the congressional li ary was kept, a sepulcher where mks were hiiried alive, the hole called John Randolph "the Cave of Tropho us!" W hat mighty men stood before at har pleading in Immortal elo lence on questions of national import! live the invitation which illium Win. the great Virginian, rote his friend int Iting him to - (irenic courtroom: "To-morrow a ?ck will come on the great steam at question from New Fork. Emmett d Oakley on one -ide. Webster .-md ? self on the other. Come down and ur it. Emmett's whole soul is in the se. and he will stretch all his powers. kiev is said to lie one of tie ?ieiatis of the arc. as much a Phqcion Fmmett is a Themistocles, and Web imbitious as Caesar. Ile will t he outdone hy any man if it is wit li? the compass of his power to avoid Collie to Washington. It will he a abet worth witnessing." 'I I ?me court has stood so high ; ul and thc United stilt.- that the es of a few who hate OCCUpil portent pia.-e have not been able to grace it. neither the corruption of meis Bacon, nor the cruelty of sir u-e-c Mackenzie, nor thc Sabbath aeration of Lord Castlereagh, 'o that higheat of all tribunals Abra n Lincoln sailed our friend, hut he ?d tong enough to honor thc supreme rt more than it had ever hi l. For more than 'i years he sat in presence of this nation iind of .ail Mindel judge. I'earU igrity,devotion tu principle,charae aed him. No bribe ever touched his id. No profane word ever scalded tongue. No blemish of wron -red his character. Fully qualified ; he to have hi- Hallie associated in I history of this countrj with the : the judiciary. s ut il' o'* iock day by day on yonder the gavel falls in the supreme court tn, and it is announced that thc . bief ice of the United States and the as- I 'iint ii. enter, and all ??" 'ilu- bar ami all ?ti 1. ni. ami i lu- officer with the words: "Oyez, oyez, oyex!" mil'- thal all is now read} for a ? I exclaima: "God save the ? I I ?i.-li we in imagination gather toj pied thal lr diebil place in Hus and other lands, and ? enter, and after the falling (ravel had demanded at i we could look upon them nil, the giant of American juris id John Jay, of whom Daniel ter -aili in commemoration: "When tie i rmi ne of the ju ili<-in 1 : nj John .lay, it touched nothii I him Itself," and Rutledge ami Cusblng and Ellsworth ami Joseph Storey, called the Waiter Si ott oi' common law, and Sir Matt hew Hale ami Lord Eldon and Loni Tenter Meltitosli ami , field and the long line of lord chancel* - from both r they had taken their places in our quickened 1. ililli ilistillLrllisl ?en tu rica which they decided in! on, after the assembled latioi I lated: "< iod aave the Stat ol America," "I iod save Britain," "God save the nations." Ah. how tin- law honors ami sanctifies ?rerything it touches! Natural law. 'hil lau. Social law. Commercial law. 'munnin law. Mural I; v. IS ti cal aw. International law. Oh, the dis;* lity, the impressiveness, the power of aw! lt is thc only thing before which 'eliovah hows, bul He bows before hat. although the btw la of Ilia own nuking. The law! By it worlds swing. '.y it the fate of centuries i- decided, ty it all the affairs of time and all the ? .ii,iiv uill be governed. Ve cannot uk so deep, r reach out so far, or Ure so long s.-a|>v it. lt is the throne on which the Jmighty sits. To interpret law, what profession! What a responsibility! Hist an execration when the judj Lord What a benediction if ?? be ii Chancellor Kent.' \ini ever realized how much God nored 1;i\n in the fact thal all up ml iIonn n the Bible Be makes tbe judge type of Himself and employs the si f a courtroom to srt forth the grand irs of the great judgment day? Hook f (ienesis: "Shall not the judge of .-ill th <i" right?" Book of Deuter* io in n: "The Lord sh .-ill j rn Ige His j,ro? lf." Mon! ni Psalms: "God is judge Hook of the Acts: "Judge : quick and dead." Book of Timothy: rd ia the righteous judge." ever will it be understood how God ind courtrooms until the lunderboll of the last day shall pound i- opening of the great assize the ly of trial, the dav of ch ara iv of doom, the day of judgment. The in of the case on thal occasion nn ill be ad. ;uid the indictment of ten coonta, hich are the Ten Commandments, isticc Nvill plead tin rial us, it our glorious advocate Nvill plead in ir In-half, for "we have an advocate th the Father Jesus < hrist, the Then the case nn ill be de? led in our clearance, as the Judgenn iionv, tberefore, no ndf mn;itimi to I hem who uro in Christ rider the erowded gallerieaof md OD that last day and under the vying upholstery of a burning heav - ami nnImIi- tin- Alps ami Himalayas il Mount Washington are falling flat their faces we n\ ill be able to under ind tho ? Bcrip i. -[?? ' I, of li,id as dge ami employ the courtroom of ? niiai of tho scene w hen all ' .ll ho brought into tribunal. lo have dom- well, nil thal aucha pro? ina could ask of him, and to have di- that profession still mon' honor ? ? by his brilliant and sublime life, is ?ugh for national and International, Trstrial ami celestial congratulation. d then to expire beautifully while rs of liLs church nm re being ered ut hi- bedside, Hm door of min opening for hia entrance aa the ? til opened for bia departure, ? sob of tl.arthly farewell caught into raptures that never die. fee, he ?d and died in the faith of the old* I ' hristian religion. niinir mini, I want to tell you that ld believed in Hie Bible from to lid. .a book all true either ie rn- history, much of it Hu- history r 'ind nor niiin ap ? iiir friend drank the wine of holy sacrament and .-ito tho bread of ich "if a man ? ll never hun* ." lb- was the up and down, out and friend of the church of ('lu re had bein anything illogical in our gion hi' nn mild h.'ini; BCOUtcd it. for he i a logician. If there had been in it tnrtaaonable, he would have .?lid it. because hu waa a good rea* it. If there had been in it anything t would not stand research he would i' exploded the fallacy, for his life a life of research. Young men of i, young men of America, Dg men <>f the round world, ii re* ni that would stand the teal of Jns penetrating and all-ran* .iiu.' intellect must hare in it some ig worthy of your confidence. I till now that Christianity baa not only I the NNorld on its -id.', but brain of the world also. Te who ?it the religion of r.il.Ie as something pusillanimous, do you account for the Christian pinn .1. Field, whole shelres ho I.inv library occupied with bis ni fl cent decisions? ul now m.i v the God of all comfort k to tho bereft, especially '?> ber ? queen of his life, from the when as a stranger he was shown er pew in tin- Episcopal church, to ? f tin- broken heart. He ged ch il did not change ions, for the church in which he ! born and the church in which he ? in God the Father Al f Heaven and earth, in Jeana * l.ri.-t, His only In-Gotten , and in the cointniinion of saints, , in the lif? cni rlasting. Amen. An Inajenlons Exeunt, Thc Cleveland Piala Dealer relates it that not lung ago some yoong people ?.ut in the country who WCVS to give u hi.n thought they would he badly dis appointed because the old maa who had fiddled for all their balls as far bach as they could remember suddenly j day ? the dance wai to come off, and the funeral was to take place the day after, so, of course, they gUVS him np ulai tried to make the best of tl without him. [megine, then, their intent when the time IOT the bali marching In just u.il, riddle timi all, and take his seat iu the old accustomed place. delighted, and yet a little shocked, too, and one of the young men went np to ask liim the explanation. "Wail, ye ld man, I twanged his fiddle into tune, "ye see I didn't like V then < it ain't so much, 'cause arter nil the ol' Judy uarn't no blood relation, \e know." ids of Aiithor?lil|>. If you will take out the magi that caine last month, or perhaps the month before it wouldn't do for me to ?'?. too closely?you will find in one of them, says a Washington Lost item, an article signed by a certain great .statesman whom sverybody In Washington knows. The editor of that mega xi ns wrote to the great man, ask? ing him to contribute. Tin- great niau nothing whatever about the sub? ject suggested. He isn't nearly so I ns he is famous, any wav, and he asked ' i newspaper man he knew to write lt for him. Th.- i.ew sj.aper man vt as bus] , but he spoke to a member of his family, (i t female member, and she?well. Inst exactly sat down and wrote an ff trticle that has alt ? nioted far [" 1 li md wide. Tho great man received the mt I fancy the woman received ?j lng more substantial. Anyway, :he ls wearing a new fur collarette hat fairly makes one's mouth water. The propriety of using the expre ; referable" was recently IUD Sd bf the Hartford Courant to the ?* ndgmeni of several college professor!, is kum. tiiiMW hnppen* with exjierts. e(J he opinions rendered represent both of dis with equal iee ruing One says more preferable" is illogical liould not h*) used Instead of "inure. callable." Another decides that a ireful jierson would not employ lt tilers pronounce lt pardonable, but lli ounding, and applicable only to a imparison of degrees of preference. Yale professor denounces the ques on as ft peace disturl>er and an ascnult pon the judgment Of the best writers mn times immemorial, who have ikcii full latitude in their comparison ' adjectives. After struggling trough a column of erudite letters the Mirant concludes that " 'more prefer >le' ls leas preferable" and that pre rable alone ls preferable. Hot air has recently been employed it li some success In the treatment of hits which have lieen stiffened ordis rted by chronic rheumatism or gout, ie limb is encased in a huge cylinder to which very hot dry air ls Intro \\\ iced. The teinjierature of the air thin theaptmratus is often abo boiling water, yet patients are said be able to bear it for several hour? thout discomfort, and indeed In iny casi's with positive relief of the In and uneasy sensation In the affect joints, nie treatment munt be Te? ated at moderately frequent Inter Is, although benefit often follows en one baking. 'Now, children," sahl a New York idergarten teacher, calmly when she Lbs tell-tale smoke and heard ? "machines" rattling below, "the e engines are In the street and you j all go down and see them if you do quietly and return s.Kin." Then she 1 the tots march out in perfect or- T" r. singing "Hail, Columbia." The fire, it happened didn't amount lo much. ? e of mind of tie sawd a stampede of TOl |*^ ingsters. And then, womanlike, the , ive girl broke down and had a go< d __ in inventor has hit upon a method j?4 putting 'tone soles on boots and 1?i ns. Ile mixes a waterproof gluei?< h a suitable quantity of clean qos d r.'i<i spreads it over thc leatl i? '\?*d as a foundation. These quarti .8 are said to be very flexible and cticably Indestructible, and to give foot a firm hold even on the most pery surface. current report pays the Presby an synod of Missouri has found out t young men supported at college bf lurch allowance are spcndli . ley for cigarettes and otherwise In ons living. The miscreants are to >e called strictly to account. Her- (*\t n example of base Ingratitude. \J\ mong the amusing incidents of th Hon ?as the nomenclature of some he candidates nominated by tte libitionists, They ran for office a ss in New- York, a Lager in Minne ? and a Swallow in Pennsylvania. f*\* names suggestive of drinking. \JV lmiral Bchley will have all the can use for the rest of his <. The state of Maryland, the cities 3oston and Philadelphia and the ibers of the Royal Arcanum are 1 to preient him with one. 40V, ?af lx>?t Mffc ' !?-i m?teriai?. '. I,itvc I tr made? J. B. LEWIS CO'S l*g&? Wear Resisters" n.ent tli.-> p I i ly hy J. B. LEWIS CO., Boston, Mass. For s.i A. E. CRALLE. imitbdeal Practical Business College, Richmond, Ya. The Oldest Business College : rears, itartlaa arila lbs <?i'i iona In lon.) Grand New Building. Klrstte nih Its building lo Virginia; asoond In the oath. bl li-itrli.r- mi' -rliolitrlN iiml priu-ti iti; four uri- anthon of Niiiuai.u- booka. i by iiuMiH-- men b i\ I- confidence In tba m-titu oll. H..-, miy-i\ placea in tNio .lays Nvt-re of ,re I Ita atudent*. Univ two of tba ala cou lil B filled. NsltbSC of 1 lie t?o hail li il writing ir--.rn-. Nu vacation*, ind gentlemen. Daj and ons. tull or writs for perttenlars, G. M. SMITHDEAL. Ii-nt. "Leading Bunine*.*. Collete south of the jtoiiuii- river."? JPhittutetp} - \ph*r, ?The great auceeaa of thc Smlthdeal Col* ; .. to honest work and tba deep la* rest thc instructor- luke tn UM pupils. - iektnond Ditpatch, "I'l-of Smlthil-.-tl i- ,inv of all lUcaUonal -liam-and -iipi-i-lli-iiil nn-lliodu teaching / ICollna, lil. <EEP COOL. efricrerators, [ce Cream Freders, Fly Kan-. lue Flame < )il Stoves At \i) Slunk*' CRUTE & BUGGS, I A KM VI U.K. VA. hey Have bund the aby, Marian ('lark, ami the ? place to tiii'l CLOTHING suitable for Hot Weather, -nell a doI Serges, Alpacas or Sicilian >ats and Vests, is J. B. WALL'S.