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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
R FOR THE PAST, HELP POR THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. yoi,. \. FARMVILLE. VA.. FRIDAY. MARCH Si. 1900. NO. 2*5. CITY DIRECTORY. nnil lilli Vi . ' I li. '-.m. w. i-:. Mild VV. K. * < iiml IV. V. - MOIEDWARD County Directory. irt. ; iiml Countv ix Circuit timi I Hunty. .1. W. ? l Hf. 1 W. FLOURNOY, KN EY* Al I AW. ? \\ C FRANKLIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, PAMPL1N CITY, \ \. ? tri of k 0 WATKIHiS. R M. WATKINS. watkins $ ii: rn:/.\'s. ?ATrORNEYS AT LAW,? KAI'MYll I K. V V. ''lilli Vi mond. UV HODGES MANN. J M- CRUTE, MANN & CRUTE, I L.iw. i ?**; P. VANDERSLICE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ? ?: I'tin.i- Ktl I- \I.M\ ll : ! \ \ (; S. WING, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Green Bay, Prince Edward Coun.y, Ya. ...I iimi u(i (' H. BLISS, !. AUCTIONEER, I v K\| v. n.l.K, v \. 1 ItiljtllilillK y\ M. MARTIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Richmond, Ya., Farmville, Ya. Kiiniivilh- fviTv Mot, day. PLANTERS' BANK, FARMVILLE, VA. I'r, Cll*llit-r Capita! and Surplus, 575,000. DIRECTORS: ?? I-:. BARROW, R. M. HC KT "OH C M. W VIKI K, . v . ..I iain). ?m Hil prill. - uirl Col. \,yH!TE A CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, [..un.I< .1. VA RM Vi 1.1 K. JEWELRY. trott iuIv _ lion. ??JXIIXi:2Z2*T2XZ2ZXXIrTZrX A BEAUTIFUL IXXXX2222222Z22ZZZZZZZ2ZZZ .. t.f Silver Noveltii r?, 8-lvenvare, Silver Bracelets wd Silver Hearts for same, Watches, Clocks, and a vt** --..rtiiifiit of Kii _ . W. T. BLANTON. FEMININE FOIBLES. \ Muir,, itiul M.rii.,1 t tiiirUm ol ii iK ii-i it ii, ti si. .uni riakt 1* -I.HI'.'ll I ural la. To describe i ht in i\, ::.. ?, jxiitit of in w iv.ml.I lu tu ; Flinn i in :, n;il wi- learn I the chief causes vi In n won take the tsfa mark the ; iiml hi nut wt.in ? Anv one vi hi tin- ;. nt er uni 01 plaint - her infill. nut'.* work, and i um- in ih.' nurserj <n school. Heaven from such ii fati thc COrsel t Im' ; judgment still gt their wi;irinir. About t! dinar; Implemi nt ..f is what it amoui thal i erable proportioi ulation Iles in the I ?leep thc body ihe ahape iiml ra thnt ll HS !?? .tl. lt Will ahock ' thc practice of I fact. In I .linne thc li stand upri , i.t.arti, bracing Ihe ??. hilc being laced. I I io oin int. ? f thc ? h mi inm ? girl ns thc rici In tian mart v r or a Life. CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT. Ml** \nthiin\,? Saceeaaor oe P > -- lili-nt of ldc \nilui.iii Hom.*'. SiiC.rniii- \**iiciiilltui. lin ? ipman Catt, vv | ? usan I'.. Anthoi thc American Woman lion, is unquestionably tin' for. active suffragist of this .lay. ? up th.. ? ul hal devoted to il all thc time si sonal.lv sparc from her of the household. Mrs. Catt was born in Iowa am! livid in that stir became thc wife of <.. ? t. the big dredging contractor. Sines thai time rio. lu.* maile her home ia New ?SaX1 t > .'a - . ? ' CAI'.! York titi and in Bl Sea. white ihe (.'alts hav. ? summer i laml. Thc new- head sufTriv Bf out of linc with tin ? false) Ides of the won an. She is an itlt al ' keeperof enviable ability ai anti S cook win She is fond of horses, flowei pretty bric-a-brac. She i anti om- of the most eloqui in the country. She is in I movement ami thesi convict blt- o' the lu? cidity of her argument nm potability of her com n... i Bought ? 'i an office in tl ? ? vv . .in. I, I'nt'-lu*. :il disturb! ? ' ? a nd Apj.lv lied. MISS ANTHONY HONORED. 'til lt. rt li ,1 ii * ,,f tl,.. Suffritgf i uler I tittil ii t,.,1 with <.r,-ii| I'.el nt al \\ n*li I n Kt tm. nan Hiiffrs Susan B. ?i\ the birthday party of her life 'I inv brought gifts, I ? ..mpli ?,which tliev laiil with at her feet. Eighty little 11- her, aiid each dropped a rose into her lap. Each rose i- ni" a year in the I if*' of th.- greal hilder of American woro? on v\' piiril in the an "Sh< began her career among riding it :i ?-hnuer ? ml listening of almost innumerable and ruling ' of the hour. I.. ii woinait Square (rpers house, ii.', where ihe ovation bad ionic tlnre for the e of pa,\ int: homage ne. 'I.- queen, if she .1. She wore a marvelous : ft I vNTri'.NV Dd fla? il ii i'i nt: I lie . rich i irple cloak. lined ? h-'st ..!' . '? ? wai the I : ami the n ? ? . I ap] ' ' nee. . .1 po thony. Most long to be printed, but by William Lloyd Gar Am himi> strongest ed tim public sentiment sweetly and well. lt is: ? ; ? d etsi rrown, 'ul 'Ife ? vv d brow rests honor's t faced all adverse fortune ' ,hl pn own I -ide, and sea-t I ? ?' . ? . In the sui. i tba **? lt I ? lu.ny all lint wept our ?| ? jitioti. especially . ihi dresses, and then sgain hildren almost buried her in i tm' to Int tv. ? tears of joy, of course - imt she speedily pul ? ? i cont roi and fin not iced the !? neut. ? ly attempted to say her \ fi w wmds that reached ? it in thc gvoat silent hall. l.ale Lei II Kept InisV all day, il, ii she had trie.! tn make formal :.! of a!! ] well w . lelah la lei- (ream. 1'hilad. Iphia iee < nam is made from l . :? .'? w in.-h ls scalded, . ? illili am! thc remaining hall ded cold. 1 be vanilla ?. ii'th is invariably used, la added hoi en ain. The lii:in is split in scraped out and th the sugar, tbe sugar mixed Ot Cream. This is allowed tc ? ben the cold cream i* added snd e frozen, (inc !? sn will bs nt for two quarti of cream, snd ? r sre allowed U quart. Thi ctloners do hinery In making Ice cream. ni freezing should be slow. .-ind tl continuous, i- done bj hand with s largs n paddle. No other method would ly I'hiladelphian.?Ladies* Horns rial. II, ht* In liltientlon. cal garden, says Median's ? .it ornament to s city. and ii i able adjunct to si bool ? lon. 'I he child who Can St I and bindy a moose, an eagle, aa alligator or any other strange beast of the field jf.'1-t what no book can teach. THE OLD 81 1 stir . I * \ ??: told Go on, go on, my I '? li the time for lOVI uti I rh Ho do not lose your cl The Joys thal days I would tn,: keep f' on. Cr v,on you'll flr.d the happy tale Won't alwaya seem io new. We used to stroll, long ytars ago, ? t the aamo o!d w ?vere a blushing malden thf. And I a lover | I Hold you how my heart was youri Ard that I 'rue. 'Twas aa old, old tale I told yon, Kate. Hut ali, we thought 'twas Ant a* I itand and watch Them ! n Tl all come* bach to mt; The ?had> walks, the loving talks, In daya that- used ? There they go walking slow, i! Just ai we used to do; It'? an old, old tale he's tolling. 1 Hut, ah, they think 1: But can lt be that I am tm I Kruwr, Cl Let me turn back life's closing bo k. Ar.d view that older page. I'm partly wrong. I i <ht, I.'.vt'i story's o'.d. 't'.s true; Hut though 'twaa born In p?rh> first morn. ri si-'.f is ever new. ?1'aul Laurence Dunbar, In Good I keeping. I Watching a Troop of! & Elephants by Moonlight p s ' By E. Vau?hn Kirby. Tj.^iJ' '.ic -/i-vJi.*- -ii,* -. LET me ' lidt'.'ivnr t., camp and it tin- readsr may become a participator In thc thrilling ? ire in ?:ation th.- feelings of st ? wonderment with which I gazed upon ns such es f ra huntsii ir, limpid sti yards wide, flowing our sandy bott. D low ban' crcd with rst'd*,. ten to twelve fl the right bank 'I' ? but narrow, sspars I stream from a wid. level terract er.d with short prfiss. Straggling bush, nm] here ami there a fine spn chenga tree. Thin terrace which bi tl.1 Hmo ls covered with '?' bs.ck for n rMstanes of 1 yin', ? reid flood bank of .he stream, * above Hs present len 1. On the t? ? edpe of the bank, under shelter of a hupe Inchenga, nv camp ls pitch, d. r..rest trees surround it, ami ll linn,ches of the? are hun-* musk.- nnd skins dry ot dry ? 'tulls uni horns And inp plaos Iii some tree* from the- tent, whllt form of logs, under r- -.Tass thatch, is n pile of tusks. Beyond camp st i tm extent of park-like foi the river there is do open bench i. - it and the fl....tl bank hut i broad and almost iiiijiei.otrablo an I grou inf,* mi tl;, sand] Intervening hollows, throng! times branches of the stream lit.iv. Ab..ve, on tho opposite high ha' I ? thick Jtinplo. and lacking tl ? appearance of th.- eountrj en the righi bank. Tn the li-.'lit of ds view ls a color*1 scene of gres t bri 1 ? for lt la DOW nearly mldsUl tho -rreen reeds are tn (lower. t! i elna In blossom, and 11111117 with * SOented balls of j.ink and g. many of which give forth del - perfumes, aro sprosd In elli-1 spangles through tho vivid -.'reen of tho vonni; praia, or huns: in tesl of color fruin the larper tr Tiie forest itself lu ti wei,li h Hape and color, to which my th tin- powers cannot do justit-. Brilliant butterflies flit from flower ? while every DOW and then n black .??? ?', yellow swallow-tat! darts through the forest openings, skimtnlnp j.n*t (lie tent into tho foreat beyond, end drag on-fllos of startllnp color dart on gs u/.v whips amonp tho reeds. Rlngflshers Keck their food tim.injr the an branches, sweet-voiced birds at morn and eveninp court iitlmiriitioii. myriads of insect* swell the murmur? ing voices of these solitudes even in tho Intense heat of noonday. But non* the sim bus Sd bl i h. glpV ;I and the threatening thunderclouds havo passed iwny: the troops of thi "monkey-people" have drunk thi and sought their resting pla. tiie topmost boughs In the f. doves have c.. .td their evening lulla? by, and* fr;., nco li ns uttered f Ix- i r . good nipht; the brief twilight i and tho moon is over all. h. a silver shield in p. sky of blue, s'nd ded with stars, whose brilliancy tho dweller in northern latin know. Tn the open it is still a as day, but in the shsdowi is tht ? f night. Il * nipht. such as might '? 'erl in nnv other par: of t! | mut confirmation wrtc ? d that ?it of a hunter*! cain;) In the wilds of Africa. Ab'":' m. I had finished the various little du? ties which baie to !? a camp after 'he dar* spurt la over, hat! cleaned mv rifles, written np my diary, ami. hm itu.' smoked my et half-ju'pc of tobacco, li'! turned into my mosquito-net. both ends of 11 rema In inp open. l'< rh a ps there ws taikinp among the hoi s 1 h: any rate thc camp seemed quieter than usual and in half an hour I wa* Daleep, nly I awoke, conscious that a loud, Im list- sound IU that made by a lion winn - prey, was ringing in 1: by a rush, a crash and a plaintivi sueh as a buffalo calf ott doprivecT of Its dam. I sprang up In mr cot. llsteninp. and saw a dark form errerdnp toward the tent, and then Dolambl, one of the carriers, crouched "A lion, ii ? a buffalo!" he sgaln 1 ? i.e bleating sounds v the gent ls wind. I j l rt lng th.' a'tackb of ? I, vt l.icli pierced .-..?inti, I moke of the fires listened in? troits appeared to i ni? nnie up the river, and the bois said that a ? of li. Ired a young buffalo <oop in the reeds, sod. Inp d' i.. the opp..-it. batik, devouriog it and growling be tlsfled, for I r before h.aril a lion .iliL- the sound be ill doubt, w briens in this i doubts. ? I prunts I ' i never con ig about anti feeding con. i in the ? to whore a lion li;,.! attacked them. I believe ints." I ordered the boys to remain quiet, and keep tho iw, ai- it was evident some Lip re sd vane! ng in our direc? tion. A .pinrtrr of an hour later and ii as to their Identity was the slumbering foresl ranp with thc shrill, trumpet-like botes of *: then a brief pause, dur slill vibrated on ? air. and once moro, i forth the shrill, defiant ehal How that sound electrifies a* camp, and what a thrill of excitement ' the heart of the hunt snd music of th** lion'i ial and unequaled charms, but it Camp in a wonderful way. i round tl 'h bated breath, ami plane lind and around them into ' the tb i ? ' ? ? band. But the shrill ebal a elephant excites and e*> bilara iealixes that miphi fth is. Lupe el the neednot I lip Into immunition thi fin ? '? okc to li ira it work of a moment; l watched that ss it blew sometimes ?> ? river, then In the , : ssponsl re I ? ' Thc eh'i g toward OS, the spparently ' ? fon ll "ii the had 1 ? ? * thal as the above the stream, fortune might favor us. and thi ne within sight, so that I ?? the Dove] experience of hem by moonlight. We ? H to walt, for ? ut the crashing of reeds and branches as the hup-* animals I.e.-111110 louder, till nt d hear thi the wi,ter ns they walked down the 'in their trunk-1, throwing lt over their Dodler, Snd blowing thrnnarh their trunks with a sharp, rattlinp sound. As I took up my position on the bank in the shadow ten hore rifle at hand, and my double metford on to which I had slipped the enamel sight?on my knees, there enters the first of ii vast troop of mighty crea With my eyei fixed on thi * amonp tho moonlit reeds, which Stretched away like S allier band b. p forest, whore the .tit erushitip and tlcep rumbling the adv ance of the elephants, I mai ked the waring of the lofty among whoso feathered heads ll black, sinuous objects, twist* .mil twining about Uko prent snaki - I ben from tho B dark mass and on a hlpli sandbank, a hupe flpure, deep black In tho shadows, plistenlnp pray In the high lltrhts. with twoamall ? of white where the moonlight ..ti tho tusks. She was only an vv. bul In tho spectral light she looked like a monster, stand ne moments with trunk up "?? air. then outstretch? ing lt In front of her shs ll, benn! doubtless by every mem? ber of the troop, and simultaneously all ms . rd. Th. i eran.1 beyond word*. Ons bj one, and in compact black and : I Inure cr. a ? de Into view, till tim wholi ' - ard ? bes 1 1 of th" camp -. rang out I ' the reeds, the nd and car ..f tho Pi ri. fted heights 1 seemed to live ? ' 'cf hour dttrtnp : our : ??nt. and I i that there wai Prom Sport Africa. vt* nnil Manlft-otntliin. w Inter, but my ii cold ?i't look SO I "oh. ho winter ba? ll blood.'tl. he ? ' - Washington star. ROhDS ABOUT MANILA. They Are ll. imrtt.l lo lie Minni mm Had a* ia Minne Part* nf Our tit* ii I ni tr.l Mule*. When the tr... ma to Ms iiiui the pasaj road was full of mud ind it was almost impossible to move ihe troops from Camp Dev Fort Malan- i.i ti i When the thy season came and the mi n co i dd penet rate between the bet of bamboo into thc narro** lane the roi.d was belter, but still the H., Went spla sh inp th rou ch the mud. Ons lioic in particular grce deeper sad broader and roupht-r with the wai of thc w heels, hut hand to fill it up. I h.- Fourth cavalry wa* brought in from the line during the latter part of August, (apt. Hugh .1. McGrath vms lilian.I of the three troops itt the barracks, and it was he who first conceived the good and obtained permission to hire a pimp of Chinese coolies to do th. work. Ihe work bepan at old Kort Malata, and tho chinos were quartered aionp the stone walls of thc fort anti ate their meals there until the road had crop! alon-,' past the quarters. Mien the\ moved their half roofs to the south and wore ready for another lap. Lam? bo.) polios were carried by thc chinos to thc places where they ii ere needed, and the bottom of the road was first on these bamboo pubs, ti-, tr them was piled stone ami dav. and then a surface of sand from the beach was laid on. Afterward a heavy roller waa dragged ap and down until all was solid. Shortly after tho road was built to the trench* 'h.- cavalry ?*.is ith to join Gen. Schwas on ..ntl it rbi ri leth volun ? Under Mal. IL road build r toward San Pedro Ami if the volunteers arc left 1 llfl'i' ? that the highway will be flo ? ? lid in this bably tho wurst road in all the territory through which thc wag? ons have to go is from Mob. los to Quin pun. Thc ? ? | m.iles, ? '.-ikes the bit fer part ol a .hiv to pet through. Hut from Qufngus to Baliuag 'here is a good road thal has been in existence for many years. 'I hs of it is known to tho quarter ' the commissaries who are Heil to lake supplies nnd pro i it. Lp to date the ' built any ? ry A. Armstronp, in Chica? go Haili Record. FOR EARLY CHICKENS. Hun tn I'll I p h lliuiiii for Them Id the darn. Stable I.nfl or In un '.liitliiilldlni*. In a hu rn or stable loft one can fit up a warm ami sunny room for chick '''in tho cut. Low win? nie put in under the eaves, ami CHICKEN ROOM DMDBB KAI light studding is vt np as suggested, b.iiii,- nailed to the rafters for the roof of Ihe chicken room. Simply lay boards in place for the top. ami fill in t lie space above with hay. Board np In front. leaving openings for doors. Cover the foot- with chaff, and put th-- h. ?* and their chicks in here during L< lunary and March, mid April, too. in tb. me states. 'I lu- broods will, d ? much better here than on the Bald, vu t i. Oraoge Judd Farmer. I'riitrttlnK Trera from Undent*. In protecting trees from roflents ono should usc exceeding care. Many thingi amended that have betti tried by a few people and found taful, but hilve been tried by oth .,.! found destructive. Ono is i in - pressed with this fact af avery horti? cultural convention attended when the ? n of the protection is brought up. Some of the oil washes and tars are deadly to tree* at certain apes and under certain conditions. The condi? tions and apes vary so greatly that the fact that a I harm n om- trc is not an Indication that it will prove equally harm1 another i r.e. li to depend on prut.-. Vi Ith som. wound around it than to paint it with anytl Bevlew. Electric G IL ( ( in- . Drus i forget to buy your boy a Tri.-y : WagOO "I I i..y lie. vi ,? and WnrldanXv * Atlantic and Virginia Fertilizer Co. Branch of Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. OFFICE nEIgUI! .VAKKHOISK, liicliiiitiiiil, Va. racnmuiD EUREKA m BRAND! And Standard Grades of Fertilizers for Spring Crops. Will pay if used on Truck, Tobacco, Oialn, (iius* and other crops. R. L, Barnes Safe S Lock Co., SiiccesexirH to I*. L Harms *% Co., 11.1 K. Main Street, Kichmoud, Va. raa rai m Standard Fire-Proof Safes, Burglar-Proof Safes, Railroad, Jewelers', Skeleton and House Safes. Fire-Proof Vaults. Burglar-Proof Steel Vaults. Safe Deposit Boxes. Time Combination and Key Locks. Ivxp.'it wnrk by skillnl work iiii-ii. Apply to S. W. PAULETT, Jr., Ag't., FARMVILLE, VA. You'll Need Us When You Want Clothing. Vlf st ll . I,tl,. * timi iniike vt.ur Delft). I.ur ask "whsrs lint .von K>-t them?'' I'll.-I look like Oem lill tbe time. Wo iniike a *|.?-cnilty of strouse Brothers I iiilur-iiiiiile iftiii.l*. thc wry he-t( tn *i v I. nnd t|tiallty. OUR SHOES -i,i passsd tn .|iiiillly ami style. An ix nm in ii I lt ni of iiur utile k will cou v ince von that our menu shoes made ? A Hutchins, and lad lea by John Kelly, ure SUpsrtOf In every way to other gooda cost!uk nama llitllte.v . H | sal I ii complete line of STAPLE AND FARCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CA I'H, (iKNTH Tl KNISIIIN.i (loons, BOOM, ART *?../! AUKS, A.'., 4c. Richardson & Oralle, KAKMVII.I-K, VA. W. T. DOYNE rtueeenHor to Doy ne Arion, UNDERTAKER and dealer in FURNITURE Repairing and Upholstering Done in the bent .Manner Witll Paper, Wind..vi Simile-, Liam * and Organs, Behool Furniture. FAI.MVILLFa, VA. - - Woods "Trade Mark Brand" of GR ASS ? CLO VER SEEDS best that cm bf obtained, and c ring same can always depend on securing as pure seeds and of as high a germinative percentage as it is ince. This brand is only ? --eal, and with a red label or tag on same. Full information in our Descriptive Catsloguw ol Garden and Farm Stills, which will bc mailed free on application. Write for it and prices of any Sseds required. T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, Richmond. Va. THE LAHGEST SEED HOUSE IN THE SOUTH. r^s\ojsstysmAOmmmmWS^