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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
BOROB POR THE I'A-I. HELP POR fHE PRESENT, HOPE POR THE PUTURE, VOL XIII. FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903. NO. 28. CITY DIRECTORY. vv ?' ?? I K ('ralle and v larrU and v - cl BJ. .'. m, K. I.. t I ? I I Hllll ?v V\ s . i. .1 r. ll. C. Klee. I ion. ' - Hart. READY. Landreth's New Crop Garden ( italogue free. II. I'. I ll M. Hru-irist. *.yM J GILLS, M. 0 , omer, over first national bank, i p. m. j )R R M. BIDGOOD, r- DENTIST. ..nu - HAITI 1.1. .i s. Mcilwaine, vi LAW, mv n.i a, - - ? inoixiA. ?(. ? tniNKB Bl ll iMMi, STU C FRANKLIN ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, i- vmii.in i nv, vv. tow R H WATKINS WATKINS $ WATKINS, -ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KA KM VI I.l I ..i. Cam? ila. .. - in Liank Q SWING. (ORE! \ AT HAW, Green Bay, Prince Edward County, Va. itsTCouRTs:?State and Federal. (' H BLISS, Ol NERAL Alt! him ER, Y M'.MVIl I ' this and I ' White & co., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, nilled. . A KM Vi I I I When in Need t >f ,-i good, bracing DRINK, . . . Cali, roi Old Henry Whiskey. Always the same. Mild, Mellow and Pure. Sold by HUGH O'GARA, Fa km v n.i NOTICE! ', don I tall lo se R. FRANCIONFS ""^^PLACR<^*~~ i LAI is tn Um Half sh,! Prj llalf-f . .1 gSeeata, H VIII Hl|.I l-.'ll. 905, 907 E. Broad St., Half Moen from the City Hall, .iii.hkI. Va. Il M BYOI R PRJRTIEG DOM! * * AT THI BERA LD Jon Ol p" K, KARMVII Tired Out " I was wry poorly and could hardly get about Ihe house. I was tired out al) the time. Then I sties' Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ami took two bottles to make me feel perfectly veil." Mrs. N. S. Swinney, Prince) Tired when you go to bed, tired when \ i up, tired all the time, why? Your blood is im? pure. You arc living on the border line of nerve exhaustion. You need Ayer's Sarsaparilla. SIM I bottle. All Ironists. A?k v...:; .' adv ne sud ??? willi ii ,-jii-i i il. Take Ayer's fills with t!; parilla. They setoalae livi biliousness, beedacBe,constipition. il CHAS, M. WALSH, ? I I. \ v. MARBLE and GRANITE WORKS, PETERSBURG, VA H UK Monuments, Heads.'ones, Tablets, &c. A,'S? Fwrnrnt Iron aud Wire Fencings -?ArflBBBB* . imiikk pei CAPT S. W. PAULETT, Farmville. lins will furn ?lil.. Ill . KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis* eases. Cm CV'O KIDNEY CURE lt l iULlI ?> Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi? nent physicians as the best (ot Kidney and Bladder troubles. PRICK 50c and $1.00. ..v ll C. Cl Duvall, Robertson & Co. Farmville, Va.. Commission Merchants. KULL LIM Hardware Carriages Wagons Harness, &c. Just teeeiit <! - ul Hay, Oats and Corn. Sea Fowl Guano For Plant Beds. HARPER WHISKY A Delightful Bi verage A Sale Stimulant, A Goo I Medicine. - il. ly Jos. Mannoni. j, j, GILLUM, W. M. GILLIAM. GILLIAM BROTHERS, (Burcsaaora to BUBBARD A GILLIAM. ? Dealer* in ? Fresh Meats ..( all kimi-. Fish, Oysters, etc., nUaasd MtronatNi <>f tin- pan lie is earnestly solicited BteBBBBBf. the ittentlon tn nil ord* Call plume \M fur BBytBlBg I ? mr line. try prodaes. lU'slH-l-tfllllv. Gilliam B.os. STAGE LIGHTS. Kalali j-lei In . i i he i eeurii Dumber of I3f opciai ....i ing bli in-' .ni iuid other ? nm.ms iii I . .- afford i profit ol rn I., man . (im nt ci,ni : ile I'.i i liner Tageblatt, In acknowl ? ? for the paralyzed tvetria!, Mme .' I tO I lie flo' t hat lei p. ul litit li gi ti !? i ully know n in (ler ' : inkloi i Mme. Melbs'l welcome in Australia t ?.| liv Un- illness of har f a t h. i , ., win. vvns suddenly .stricken down bj pu I-, ly si-, willie awaiting tba arrival ol I.is daughter. Mr. Mitchell ..f Melbow i . (il/i-ni. lie whs for iii.ii,v yens one of its lead? ing buildera uml contractor!, ths ex II tlllillljllg le Hie; his ] work. it Mi.s. laaagtrj wLbiery ling " journalist instcud of an J-.im Everett Milhun lough! a place for lier as society cd l.itc. the London weekly, and :. lui I.ch,,If toiiif-thlng over The editor offered half Hut, nnd lat' . ; to $3, oo(i, bm M.-. I... i.ei.y had already de sided t ? --tnge. where her peculiar qualification! no doubt count? ed for mon; than they could han done la n mere newipaper ot' A novel f. attire in theater minago ment, the wisdom of which mend, it to all, has been introduced in Philadelphia. A regiiter, similar to thal of i hotel, is provided Cr profea ilonal men or otheri who .-ne expect. ing an Important buitneii call. The ???fl the niimlier and loca? tion of ' ii which each man may ba found. Attendant* of the thetv ter may thus local.- and notify any pei<...n win. may be wanted without dkrtnrbing other memben of the au IfEMS OF INTEREST. The od, Mc., are ? of | nu murial to William i"itt I I I ii t si ii le. ' ernor. Ile I Would lie the yoUDgllt min to miic In tl t leat.t half a century. After a inj>>e nf .'io yean thi .! I'. Ii. Hoi - e baa i ? tributed jun .f the tnpreme curt. The gross estate of --f the telegraph amount! . BOO, The nianogenieii' . iiiuch that after de uses there wai left for final distribution only $.14(1,000. Cecil | isoleum. the plai Inl fo.-which lins ju-1 been com? pleted by John Tweed In London, will i lions] proportion* lt 1* to be built of block granite nt a cntt of $100, 000. It it rectangular in ihape, much I in design thSS the QrSSl nS> ument in Kivertide perk, Ken York, ind will be entered by four mnttive doon of copper, one on each lide. There wai a rush in New York to pay city taxei on the firtt day of collection w bick broke the record in the . of money paid and in the number of persnn* In line. Estimated I celpti for the day reached $9,700,000. When the windows were opened more than 2.000 property ownerr were' In line. Thi largest tingle payment re? corded wai from the Vanderbilt* and the New York Central. This came in the form of one check for | . .restate paid tUOfiOO. CHURCH AND CLERGY. In the period from 1SB0 to number of Protestants in fiern created 13.6 per cent., and the Bamber of Otholics 15 per cent. p tint, coadjutor of Biohop Groin-mi, of Athabasca, hm been in the f north for over 45 years, with Dal] three visit! to civilization. It is affirmed that in the I Ti.is-ionary world there are now not far from 21.000 schools, of ill | lr. which a Christian edt ".ooo pupils. "Two churches In Nocdcs.hn. Mo..have offered their bells for tale. The rest of the churches,have none. Thechurch imitees and (he pastors agree that the bells are an annecemry annoy NorthaSld, ..ii te be tin only place in thia country where any day in the year a vi-it.r ma] Instruction in thi Bible. Two lectures or (likcoui -es on that labjed are . iy dav In tin year. rdy sect il that of tl > renes, founded by a Hale tilk weaver. u irz, who emigrated from louth and w. ., ts ngo ind tettled In Hungary. Thi Nazarenes are regarded la (lermnny as a bard? let king, God-fearing sect, despite their peculiar doctrines. They take BO part in politics] life, refuse tu take oath or l-ear arms. CURRENT WIT AND WISDOM. Judicious diet and exercise will fre? quently improve a man'i opinion of I If we didn't have to do io many things just to thew people that weean, we'd have a good deal more tune to 4o Ihe thingi we want to do- Indian News. v-nt linne | ; in atehlaoa, the mam! which stay at home and rend. A mem? ber who belong! i 'fiat io i op in that In - gil ii chance te read, and that he In? tends to quit the lociety.?Atchiion Glube. i, .re II .tu.ni- Bftd-WlatSf con? dition is lietter limn ever before in ihe of the oldest inhabitant. Thanks. Mira Minuit- Wail.-. S*BS BS vtaltlngal l^nealaftssai court le-u-e lins returned linnie. Havsjaal fitted up i neat duuef npiirtiiieiit in the rear of mv rurniibed at all boan at able price-. Armour's -teaks and other productssipeclslty. Oles us atrial. J. Ash hy Armistbad. TO OUR CANARY. 1 : so small, and yet how gi loy weet tongs, ni Anil still their anxious I Just ai the slender Illy itel Tb! glorious calyx Ulled * fume, the fragrance of th. ti cup Pours .jut and fills li Sweet hird, I wot.der what I flt), I .min theui i gue"... but I (Jo k: Thai.. , dost tl ilo.Vs messages to us r.ot ill . Ofttimes his ministers are our eye*. All day thy merry tor.g Bill out tl ? Krona morn till ive, 'r.?alh sui. ?i Hit aa ma. Thy dulcet notei tweet fal'.irg Ilka tr.a thewan, joy seems Ihiobbii.g through thy restless fnma. '?s ring true a. trios And' echo round ai.d ruur.d tn> i l brain, i. - Thy tli.y body aeemt a tl.: . v :.K high ard higher, upwai : to us empyrean h. - ? I listen to And my ..sir. heart, li ? - r The Story of a Runaway By JULIEN E. CANTON. Ni. through freight, weat-bound, ? 1 o'lt <.f Brocka ;i un hom j neer onthil the tin ns I,,- made out in on er for it lo take bonn. . I summit of the dix v four ll ihe wai ? ' . ol(! ? engine, was bahai li How? ever, ti ? had all he ec - amount of st. ? ' it tiny ever took bim il The engine I uinil the top of : reacln dind I prent bead of item jer re? quired. : door ..f the tire-b shovel ind wiped I ? ,f his Jun | behaving | - accountably. Although I ' shut off the broken - vv biri bj 'il I t uttered i irpriie. ; miles an hour. He back at the rock!! cat*, half hidden In the <?' A brakeman vvnt cr..ne!. | -o fearfully that I I ld erect--1 ? 'ign.-illing had paid no attention tao] ? wrong A dread ll mind. rVhil gone crazy from the heat ' had happened. Al a bon Hie svvav in cr cab ti ' old engineer natural poiil i-.n. with om reversing lever, and his j,, "Poi shut her off"" 'it. but ! .1 of hil voice w;i- l.,st in the (tie engine. Ile grabbei and ?tarted to ibil ind he d ll bach limp seat of hiv cab. ,T | little horror, ll. ' Hmorl in? -i m.-u'e f a i n t. pected lurch, Jobmoa threw ont his ? baekwardl -.ff the engine. When they uml nothing bul ID ill ' broken b After 44 left Scamille. the brakeman ri in the caboose im .-aged, and did no) notice thu :n I until the the tommi! Brea then they wet - at the : sever, ll the > . and no brakei were thn ? wrong. f the brakemen, a fi How bj ide name of Carwell, climbed npon the I car. and tried - ? r. but a'.l in ? even cut off ?' oonstaL ki.ew : f..r lum to walk erect, sad to the flat walk Skat ISS the length of tie cir. he crawled toward the ia gine, determined to investigate. Wheat he had pas-sed over lix cart, the tnia broke In two jurt one car behind him, thus cutting him off from bil nalned behind. The Ara! .section, with Carwell, forge*: rapidly ahead, and soon the lecond MCtioo wai far behind. The second brakeman and .uctor Mt the h.. ? the rear lection of the train, ai wai loon brought to t ttop, Juit In front of the little itatioa et Sombrero. Tha conductor made a dart for the telegraph office, but the opentor, a bright young fellow, waa ?1 I ? il t ? i.mei. . iwiy, wai ' ? - < s : i 11 iona r Smith ; Hy, bul thi it wai . ll Smith (itv in '?Xi, ll I .lim ion heard aa moi e. Chi 1 .ned to h. I, and lu- sank back into bl i -truck him. I pe lind mu ?il felt u in- ii the train I I bim, I,m it wal .i.ly momentary, mu.I bi "ll |..V\II!(I (J i ll a dozen His int< p;ine, in,.!, if p...--il.I.-. . . h.I throw mi ii - cldenl had happened t.. the .lld render this i. Would cut I ?? them, Lt? ing Ihe en? os t.. it- own ? ? over ? y "WliV remembered ?I.e ip .inply .'..ii! cu.- between ( atwell ill tl the cn j :. i r be? hind bim. mid he wan rapidly Smith ( itv. i a i well craw led n which he h:nl been ? -1 Lu himaelf into th* rmptj coal ...r. With lome difficulty ?? bach of i .lu-t -.ell renell. . ? h.- rly :-t Smith (itv. ( newell -aw ..i.l J bj there ippan inly dead lb- did ?in whether the man wai dead or alive. Ile knew I hat tl ? ? 1 lie mut, if | - to know- what to do. Wiih one hand In- m. alni with v on the bruk ?-. lumped and Jarred wor i ever, bul her mei' aol out : to de? train ? ll **"S i one I.... -....i:. f>.r ilmoil Imm if Hie ll e-rabbe ! a red Bag from I ! In a . the exp!. ? Half ll in ihe ? ,'ninblv awaiting lilli!.- v. ? lick, ind he 1 h. Jimioa did not ni ? ? inly: i ittoll, gi - lill -I. -ll. I.1WI !1?. "I've just beer. -mears ? "Where ar. eat."? -Journal. Naturally Equipped. -.. ith glee, A fiery laugh and a !n't arbitrate." tat! he, "O'er my tupply of fuel." ?YVathlr.gton Star. OPEN All. WEDDINGS. Iowa Couple Wed Each Other in a Lonely Corn FielJ. Ui.lM.er niel Ills ?>?,-. Hi. ni i Vin .le 11 ur Hatter an if.i. vi...I.- i.r ii,.p>? 1 rr.-m.,ii> I Miler a Ilia Oak Trrr. Duri1 umber winch are in Four ari tint I, a Mr. Hertha in a coru Jt appear.- thal I ? ivcd in rVaj se county, li. The ent of Lucai Ul way to the b: erythli . ,v for the pi 11. rm . wheo, to his horror, the . e Coull! liol I mar? riage iu hi. uwu county. It wat too late then lo rectify the error, for the fun . ? tabled, c ll] bet weeli them not] ri.ai iki lliciiltl. . the way, with al! the ii. . which si..od ill I. U ? ? i uniqoi At the ? a ? ? . ? !,..p|.i r iii. in the stuiie field in which tin J mil/ | Over van w. g in thil, m. ! iippy couple iver, in the I iii the i licateasnt in the i - 1IKK I.i iv | V\V.\Y original i mann- I n the Jei !.e fell deeply in love with OBI of the charminggirls of that town. When the . earned away ti ire from a llngslaff on a near-by pron weekly after bcd the steep cliff and look . picturing no doubt the stately vessel ind h, ai she i The Uentensat was *o struck with hi* .- ii tliat he arranged I to be perform. I where his bri. - I habit of gaz? ing ont to sea and from waved i r. TJadei she tall pole from winch waved the itars and and in full ii,w of the Atlantic I he marring! - ted in fa large ai - 1 ?-.-it-it Hale, very long I DOfl of 1UU p. : emony (ducted under an illino tree, from a branch of which hung I e wed fllhii n on the gi The moil ? ilr wed nmers on Iatike Michigan : ? I the vessel not on!.v to marry the woman of his choice on the I the steamer, but that the ceremony nd un? der the broad canopy of the 1 upon tl ? s-trangeand. wife. Waaa Hell-rrl Injnrr.l Cmrailr. tliat I :n! been injure.; b\ a gi llO, while i r, fell bothered by the ' lt fell Hirongh the I t he till as if ftetward. to hil great in? to the * Itel buzzing Broun.: I a few lick him all oter. I him gently ? and flew aw. ? ' I comrade, gate him Did, and then bore | I -.me. ,-r of deport ui ttiiii'i.dmei.t totbe army lull ?pBteprlstlng 1240,000 te provide nias Am- ii- SB! baie lbs fr:itic|ii*e for railway fnun Aiii-'.eidam 1. milea to h. I.cn Hm Hutch SBSOaiBBB yankee enter. The Iniled states-aud Great HritalL .re letter* and pcri i lian all the rest of the world put together. Hr Married Her. 17e (after ihe honej moon) ?Why did you at one time talk to nun h al lng afraid that some one would marry you for min 6he (a.smart wsunaii) BecaBM ft anyone did marry me f. would be-Mich a terrible mistake iou know, ,ny. ii- ii un fea, yea, of i ur-e.?. W.T. Weekly. Jsrll.nii hy Ihr Hal 'There wai ai | ihoe"? The funny old soul Mother Goose tell! about. Though the rhyme doe?r,'t say so. Itt noni the less true, She wat a Chicago old w?mtr, f.o doubt ?Philadelphia Preta I.MI'OH il li. M ing of my dangin. . i ,u know. M r i' ' ? >et like il iu nntry.?Chi Hr-. Nun,I.er (lnr. know, 1- I.. vv ? should w. ar it out. \..l Mr. Diluter.. Hcmbliiiglv) Ot lari in tiie booie. M st It'i Mr. Blinker! jual In from thi Club. \... mum. it's 1 i ? all- N. V. Wi ekly. i Problem af tai Pi? ?? ... I i ? will get along wit. glyn Life. Hull. ?lii,.U. .1 Un,I . Hewitt ll.w did you like ll I vuu'.' I have .-n.. I.i .' Hom Cigars-. I I moke.! ni y of the kind you gi. Judge. \ Ililli rent spra-les. Flaherty (the | ? av tliim ni jits that's ll WI J st ll i- frisli.ai' dh. do, mi 'ii -lb fellah I 1 touch it tO see if it's dwy.? .mile ? Blaenau. Mi-. I Mr. Bi J ..ii? Hiing to go to the -. but you're not I . an. Sn lunn, v m Inn, "Hale iou ever tried the faith cure ? ? cure to nie ind lg than ever irving to understand it."? -lnr. I ..mid al Last. EmplOJ incut Agent ll fife like that girl I tent Mr. I t girl must itraighi from Ht been with ni I week, and my wifi made a complaint.? N. Y. Weekly. Ilradquartrrs. "Uhr makes you think, dr, r| In- aide to support yOBff daughter'.''' "W.-ll. I haicti't been able to my? self."?limekiln Life._ Only One Key That Fits We have found that ncar.yal! thc are |?>pular seek first to promote apatite and help digestion, thea 1 elements which almost all ailing people require. J'robably iron is the most im? portant of these needed clements, yet it is very hard to give iron so it will do any good. There are thousands of keys in the world ? only one or two un? lock your door. So we know of only one or two combinations of iron that seem to do the work. By far the most generally useful prescription we know of is We mention this by name, because we know what it is made of, how it is made, and how wonderfully helpful it has been in numerous cases in this very town. Vinol contains thc medicinal qualities of cod liver oil, iron-that can-be-digested, and a little table wine. It is pleasant to take, and we have so much faith in it that we will sell a bottle to anyone suffering from lois of appetite, a run-down condition, tendency to colds, or to weak women and pale children, etc., and cheerfully give you the money back ii it docs not help you. H.C.CRUTE Wall I'a|H-r lu greatt-t variety, beth f print-at Hoyne ? Mop That tough . i you. Ur. Davld'srougliHyrnp ? . ,,ii,l.r- will U-^tll). ll I- tlH l.,,,/.- Lotties K cenU at i w witton Brsg Ba. Then . pattlmora will tie l with i.irniturc. I .. i.iippe lough n Hr. ratvIds i of pura i somp iiiri : ii usc trou iu>n Dru! i... England tia* larger mv.-imeiils in America than all other Kurit paaB nations i-oinbitii-il, ll vi. Nene .uni Hone Liniment i ,--t on ,- o in for r stralos i, i . , . . i fer both i arae iH.itie i> c? nit, at on Dm io. I In- Baa] I'rt-M magi for Malaria Chilli SI bottle "f Arnie's l.i-t.l. ss ( hill Ionic. It il limply Iron nnd 'Quinine in a tattelt's* form. No i Pay, Pries The St Louis public-library lian for ty-eiftil branch ' f^mWail Beaton*! il t Chicago's nearly -even Mops Hi, (.muli and Works off the cold. Quinine Tablets cure u cold in om- du) . N.> MUS, Ko luiy. Pries, % seats. i nit-aie'-all diego" for going babies, hov ne i -.in pk -i-e you in pt ice and style. light Hais on His leek ired uiiii two applications of nixie ll me Liniment, ll will cure you. v U or Drug Co.. Klcliiiiiiii.I. \ lr.: ,v our Nerve .sii.l linne I. ml.neut m. n.v bock and Iii.I ll acta Ilka a oharas. For eight .lav- i t..t,t - mv back and could ami move an.I Ul I nm now out mut to Very truly fl -.in io, .North View, Va. a v .... : w -i- .... DragC*. England doea 11,071,377,000 Monti af tin-Hi.-s. arith Its I'liiouie-, vt iiuii i-.-t Hlawjwan} \ f...n<l Hiing. German syrup is tbs tptelsl pn-scrip doo of Dr. A. Boeel., s eolebretsd German Physician, and ti ackson ledg.-d tobe ..in- of the most fortunate dit ? ?ovcrics in Medicine lt uuiekly ind till lung trou I I he -eVele-l 11,'lt l||-,', r IllOVillg a-ii does, ihe ciuie of the affection and leaving the port! in n strong and in-all by cu nj it ion. lt j- not IB evperi mental medicine, imt hut stood the un, giving latiifictlon in IM, '.v lucli its rapidly ii rou I w. i million I.ollie- sold anuna!!) iGerman Syrup was Introdoeed in t h.- United stales m is>;>,, ,im] lg nos In every towD ind Tillogi la ths civilized world. Three doon will i ii.-vi- any ordinnry cough, Pl ind 78 cents, ai ail drugi Nevi mei-iii. ut, ni- ciiiliriii tin- re |Hirt that Mount McKinley, in Alaaka, i- the liighc-1 | <nk in North Aiinrim. 1 mi i.l.mi M vi vs lu l vi.I, ..\ i-.i gj m.... Ter..um. ni lui mv a I old in On Hui. Inke Laxative Bromo '.- ina Tab? le!-. All druggists ref.. .- money - o euro. B. V. ? e'fl ligna i seen box. The gout loo ..f allis nurrel toa ia Lon.I.m than it -v.i SSS in California. VII. i I a (.lippi- What.' i melli I hacking oonah and a general feeling ..I u.-i.klies-, often lead .:ig to fatal reaoltl after ll.e pHtieilt ii supposed to haas passsd lae danger point, foley'i Hone) uml Tar ii guaranteed to SUN the "grippe cough" and nuki yon Krong ami troll. It Itop I.Igh if tak'-Il 111 - !d by ii C Crate. I -irv ive iii au aim.i-|.here containing more tb .n one part of car ..fuir. <SW? Thi. signtture is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabieu Hit remedy fha* earea a cola ,m aaa eas* Half Cites to lloii.l.t. USII lind hollie seekers, viii ird Air Line Ky. i ll Mardi 24tb, and every Tueadmy there ifn r in .Milich :unl A| ni, I l.e Seaboard BS Ry., win ? i- ninl le.m.- Kahlil tteketS lo .Manatee, Bratdantown, and Bllentoo, in Manu ?rula, for 116,76one way, i.nl trip from KictimoinL uml for 116.40 OOS way, and mund trip, from Petenburg. Manatee eounty i- las aa a fertile a i ttoa af I- h.mia. lt is on lb well bates' ths froM lias, amt thoassssBS ? I ' i;e beal unoccupied land- -eli ". IlK-y will pay for them . linn - tin- lit.i In eari.v vegetable!. Tiiirtv-tlu. ? ?;. brought |3o,607.(JU. 'ibis county i- tin- beal tb leal in Klorida and delightful. The Tarpon I- i-llilig ott tl, i- tbs lines! Ill tbe world. inlier Information appiv t<> i. B. i / I*, .-"nilli, Q P A D. I*. A. h..nib, Va. ki.-liiiioiid, Vi. Blank made by Blank it Ln-to|, England, about the iiiidiile of lbs thirteenth century. ?? Hulkes the k i'l - - thing inj d bj ii C. Crate. r.r-uialiy titted dog blanket I BM PS ? SSh hs ik, If made without tiaiidkcr cbief poi lp* .il Kat' - ii.is..ab...ir.l \ ir I.inc,Kt. I',:iptist,('oiiveiiti..ii,iSivaiin:tb, (ia , May 7tb lo Utb, I'f ; On account of ?tie BSBBSBfld Air Line Kailway will-sell tickets at one ala for Hie t mid trip; .. Tib in Insl limit M nab, ami on I :"' "f U limit lo June 1st may ire obtain, -i. Por further information sall sa Bf address an v agent of flu- oom pony or, /. P. SM! I ll. Ii. i'. A. Kicbmond, Vi.