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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
HONOIt KO lt THK UA- dil'. PRESENT, HOPE FOR THE FUTURE.
FARMVILLE, \ A.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IO, L899.
Prince Edward County Di
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H i H
A. D 'AAH R M. AM
WATKINS ff WATKINS,
ATrORNEVS AT LAW,
kV. HODGES MANN. J M ? CRUTE,
MANN <&, CRUTE,
C P. VANDERSLICE,
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( < H. BLISS,
(J EN EH \l. \; i : IOXI
I R. SPENCER, M. D.,
I'll if-iiinn amt Surgeon.
^| M. MARTI
Richmond, Va.. Farmville,
^'HITE 6- CO.,
KAUS! STITT'.. VA.
HUGH O'GARA & CO..
mCHARDSOxNT & CO..
Whiskeys, Wines, Eic,
I: Voa Drink, I'
COOPER'S OLD CORN.
^AHM VILLE, VA.
Capital paid 130.000
H. A. 1 ,.*,,. v
ll WK Viii; PKtXTIXll
DOM. vi ri! di,
WHAT WE I
Dr. T ia! Our
Tha- Objt-Pl ? t Har I ' uss
tu ilse i -ml *?"' '*0*?
? _|-.., al*.- 1* t'iil> lor
is w bal he
In Un* inn-.
. in nil thal
while there are others making b Holes
ssi Ui *
From tho sraj I sr-.
about ot ?0 - ?! conclude that
? r ac
? h and
? f our
? win n
Ton ' Bible
nf v.]. ? OT prirl
' [il.-mt it un
' --t it toward you.
? Ice the
\ "U ? imp^r
? lt u ith nn
itude. t- well nenin,
? ?? cen
? In nn
-! svhiit I i f you
" "Tn thi born."
. .I svith tn word
? 1 mir
b much, bm
w im v. world
ssill il nn! Iv ho tnrn-d I Per
? nini r.'solii
- | Infinite t >
Irable for eb rnnl rsstd
All the end ssh
all the winters
aral nil tho
:itl nil thi?
ll, nnd thf
? I -I ??
? I think lt would
I ssorld thiin
v , ne. Hut I
: nr an em parn
? ;.trill tn this
rit's end ss-as i
lld say th.-it
l earth's worst
' na ssas oB
- T lin
SS i tll
sad frmn i
? if the
ud In I
d his anny
rnniL- fnr nil thc
moil. WlnTt vcr lt he. in whnt
r fnr nwns
In this or utlon.
hnil. homo of light nn-1 lnvo nnd bless
otlr.ess! Thron:;h tho ntnnir g merry
? of Christ, may we sll get thors!
WANTS A DIVORCE.
A t.v|i?> I'rliii".-*... Wini.- I n I h lina..,
S Ininti"* (Itt.- of thr I rll lil?
li., u. ..I lift Uart*.
iniwitch lias applied for a
in that he frequently
? ? -\ i ? ? . it'll to
< ' The
joj itnj the
d of being the onij
rot] to as
- und bravo her hus
I rt-o hill sshieh nosv lio-i
? ii office of the
VT ANTI NO MORE OF THIS.
;;ior!or court is B sign
that i traditions of ceniorlea
among Aw wanderers has been broken.
.--many lass is that tho gjpsj hus
band ind forever tl.t* ?
tl la, n oreover, sb abso
i, bedecked in her i|.r orna
iring the Inevitable
shawl over her pretty bead, handed
koree bill orer to William Mc?
Carthy, tl though
da] occurrence, she
McCarthy she ssa-, tired of
her husband. She did not ssant to
with Bruno any more. Anyway,
id another man whom she liked
elbow before tbe
[f thi - a..; ? ?? ??
.-: in to tho assertions of
-lits ho did not soe 1;t to
tIniii known. There were a
number of oth< r gj pay mon there, and
? I on without a word.
ness of for
; the bill by offering to tell
( lork McCarthy's fortune.
DOG WAS MUSICAL.
Illa Hit ri. ( li I med Ila rmo? Ional > arith
a CUumIs *iing llfinlfifil li 7
a < laelnaall Mst.
\ rery amusing incident occurred
Igbt al the commencement
nf a ? Iii ge al I Inclnnati, 0.
The hall ssa- crowded almost ttl Miffo
uiUi the frioiitLs and admirers
of the graduatea and those who were
.-? i: mme hail al reads pro
? i pretty svell, and the attention
waa on ths qui vive.
Noss linne to tho front a singer?a
;nl young girl, of solid build,
still dressed In short clothes, and ssith
k nf childhood on her
wslked demurely to the pl
where her teacher had
If to play the accompaniment.
INO NOTES' OF Tilt: I
? aic one "Mignon,**
I.s l.i-/! and thc little sturdy singer
put all ber soul into it. Ai
r, with Ugh Homeric fore
. d well pleased, for the Kiri
when a few
?in fruin the front part
turbid tho l.nr
f the fair high
l rowed professor looked a little au?
lt he wen! em svith tho accom
? ii. bad no! procei dd,very
far s. v more canine ojacula*
o-ry hotly in
.?ht on. Laughter ssas
lo-ri tl. Hut tho pro?
? r Interruption from
ce, and the
mess lint angry.
audience when, on the
the pet dog
0, nu*], hitting the Iden?
tical chord, brought tlie performance
to a ha rn,..lilt.us close.
"What's the matter svith Freddie?"
asked the hos V fm I. cr.
"He's svi.rried user his studios He
has an example | ' he has $10
ami pays I
;.ts for a steak ai. ! sari.u
bar things, how much ssill hi
"Well, tell him not to bother. I'm
Bot going to have the earoles-s Inno
of ehildl .! .'i-'nr
such useless tn nd.*. It'll Ive time
enough for him to face tbe awful prob?
lems ? I up and has
She Was Thinking of lt.
Mrs. BrsTSOfl Oh, Mrs. Downsleigh,
I hear that your daughter Mabel it
engaged to Fred Waddington.
Downeiei* I ? j ex* eel
to be married i during th*
wi liter. Why, what ina kc*, you look
so funny/ Ho sou knoss- ?nyl
Mrs. Eh no; nothing
milch. I was only thinking. Once
wi on lie was a boy I beard mir minis?
ter say iie expected him to come to a
bad end.?Chicago I'.
An Indistinct Imur.-aalon.
"I dunno's I exec! I if dat
?peakuh." remarked Mr. F.rastus Pink
ley, as he ss .is walking homo from tia'
lecture svith Miss Miami Brown.
"At what point does yob. compreheB
liveness get itali*
"Well, ef ho sus- he favors ile polios
of expansion, I dunno's I nn'atan'a Tm.
Hut ef tu favors tit- expansion o' policy
I's right svif Tm," Washington Star.
Ills Illili Trail.
"Dawson's ar. awfully extravagant
"Yes, he ls."
"Has he got much money back ol
"I'm afraitl he has more, in fact
than ho has ahead of him."?-Ilarpor'i
A W iinian'a Aim.
Bride? If J on es ? r ttl rt svith any oth
tr woman, Hans, I a irmi
Mott} What I Could yon sim a gns
at sour oss ii husband?
Bride Yes, I couhl and would.
Harry then, 1
should be perfectly safe.?Harlen;
A lin..- Slander.
"It is claimed by the complainant
that sou assaulted him," saitl the
"He lies, sour worship, I iitv.r
touched him. Hobson and Tilfbi
licked him up and carritti him to ths
pump. All I ihi was to ssork the pinn*
Booh Agent What kind of a mar is
your neighbor. Mr. Puffed up f
Farmer Bornbeah Wa ul, I eaeker
late he ina I there won't bc
? re wei ss.'ather this season un
',? M he withdraws his objection ?
\.il -Mich a Illa Kimi.
Emily?I am so unhappy. I begin, to
? at Arthur niarrhd nie for my
Ber Dearest Friend w.n. you have
the comfort of knowing that he ls not
fo almple w* bo looks. Tit-Hits.
In the Ills; Hare.
Tha race ls rot In every cass
t'nto "hu swift, they say.
Ard hy that soif-sjam* token he
That loads the fastest V.tc may h-s
Passed hy the man who "i*gs asvajr."
?Ohlcafo Dally Ness.
OH, Till", nu i iiiisi i;.
"What a wretchedly dark hole this
"Do you think so? were
ntairietl, you always -said it svas the
delightful in Hrighlon -so fe*
Whatu'er bstlde, O murmur not?
Was . reath upon your lot;
? Mle you arum!.le, fli. th ?
, u In, nilKhi
i ct I'ress.
r.i.-t r> and Resift] .
Ile?ld go through tire and water for
.nd that. Would you
agree to go through th.- operation (,f
making tire for me.' Yonkers Btntes*
"What is an Investigation, Uncle Bod*
"Investigationf Why, it's h
up a lot of blame anti putting it on
The War In Vain.
"I do svish tl.. -
"Because it would make good singers
.* V Truth
A I.Hid on i <illi Kinna
Mrs. Hi i.ham I wonder wh) our boy
I ? v.riiten lal
bern Be's probably I
luck at p.
% (lui. ..f (inf.
"Hoss do you keep so /oona;, Mrs.
"W.n. I never worry about mj
- Detroit Free Press,
rh What kimi of gloves, madam
- walking g ?
- Way! n'k Mercy sukes, no! I
lon't m-iir ?.?.??si *. on mi feet - Judge.
Afraid of Am.-rn an < ..ntrol.
? al bu.! ti '.tt rs In
Havel 1 a meet!
thei fits Ulai tb Cided to draft a p. I
to Preaideni Mi Kn.hy praylnf that
after tlie Spanish esaouation li.il thc
Ding of Ai trol, that
thew* ol. gill steps tal
prevent them from Berrying on t-fcaif
amusement Thc bull lighters rk
that their livelihood ii. th. ir
ability t?i continue their ol.
Sion, and that lt would lie gross Injus?
tice to tin m to la" deprived of the right,
beside n sore disappointment io the
le Of Havana if L\ otirci*
forbidden. Tho gladiator** wi':
In Un lr p. titiOB that Turing
his residence in ( nba, msi r mi
opportunlty t.. -?? ht and was
ye to lie fcoen ut tho arena Bl
st rs -fond of tho sport. Tins all
that all Americans ssho base wit ?
a bull fight are greatly phased with
the porf.u munee, and ss iii also point ld
thc fact that visiting I
fail toattendonoof these p. rforiuui.o.a
ssLeti tiny uro in Hasana. This i
that sshen their case is fully sit forth
that their business will in>t ix inter?
It took Hermans much longer than
Franc* to comprehend the rmi
strength anti purposes of tho United
.Iii gs ssith Spain, and
it ia gratifying to us to learn > . ?
thia late day that there has DBI
oided chai.j. I tn dews towai.l
us. Much of th -
to the diplotnncs of Admiral Dswej
the peru.nal reports to the emperor ol
the German obserreTS of the Santiago
aign. United States M
White hos all along Instit Sd, that Un
ofnehsl sentiment of Berlin was not an?
tagonistic to us; but the German ad?
miral at Manila ami the most inUiiei ?
Hal Dewspapers Btrtalnly reflected a
dilTerent feeling. Noss, the press, high
odicials and rt | itsenintisos of vast
oominon'ial In to rests have entirely
changed their attitude, and are out?
spoken lu the hops that tho I
Siana Brill not relinquish the Philip?
pine islands, and, above all, will not re?
turn them to Bpnln, under whom H..
.?ion and commercial troubles
WOttld bs prolonged.
In an article In McClure's Magazine
Mr. Waldron upsets the Hms ki
theory that wheat is the most important
crop In the world, and givea Uie pi!ui
tatoes. Over 4,000,000,000 biikli*
ela of jKjtut... s are pr.due. ii SSS I
<mJ,000,0<jO bushels of corn, wadla
Wheat takes third place svith an annual
production of only 2,500,000,000 bushels
Ireland leads all other countries In po?
tato eating, the annual consumption
there being 1.107 pounds to each psrsOS
?or over four pounds a day. Gennsuy,
with an annual per capita consump
tion of 1.3u0 pounds, conies next; the
Netherlands coming tLird, and Italy
bringing up the extreme rear with an
annual per capita ionofonlt
An organization to kata th.* i
Cuba by a system of industrial relief
has been Started in Hrookly n. The plan
is to aecure a tract of Land near each
suffering Cuban city, place an Ameri?
can in charge, and offer tmpi.
to Ike able-bodied poor in oulti-.
the land. The proceeds of tlie STOpS
will be turned buck into the r? lief fund
Individual workers will be assisted te
return to their old homes as soon sa
they can au-.tn.in themselves. Ibe r-e
bulldlng of destroyed hOBBBS and the es
tabliahment of free schools arc a
? ets of this relief movement.
(ii.e nf the ui.iipie features of tho late
tjempeign in rsiiuejlisiila was the u-w
of the phoi.ograph in the judicial light
in Alleyhai.y county. John S. Robb, thu
Independent republican candidate, de?
lis end addresses one night at Mount
Washington and Millville, anti ss hilt* lie
was sjieaking at these plu.es a i
gruph was re. iii:** off his uddr. ks to a
large audience at Hridgosilie.
Hulled water la a loading topic of in?
terest in Chicago, and the health c-.m
missioner sass Uie Ixding, BO be ef?
fective, must continue half sn hour.
After the ss*ater has ci*.let! |ttd tl.,
mint Milled It is poured off and LaT
tled. Having completed the bottling,
tin citizen feels ut liberty to take sn
antidote for breathing tho ?
( hiOBgO riser.
Owiig le the wound he received at
I . rt i'i>! St*, Qspt, "Hob" Kvans was re*
from the navy's active Hat stnl
w..i . ; after BUeh pN-fldlng
bs a joint resolution of congress, whi' b
oatiOB a* to disability. Ile is the
It is said the boind rs of
the Mar} hint! h limn ll of in.migration
bas Instructed ita seer, o.ry to ge to
Holland for tim purpose of obta
a nun 'i.lgriinta with whom
to settle a colliny In Mars Intnl. It
'he Dutch base taken Maryland
aa ssoll a* Holland.
A report from San Trincis-xi anya
Ter a litigation lasting 14 years
the w. * of an i stats la u.ut
, teni i" n
ned and litigation sus,
cause the entail I diausted In
f ? legal f..s. 'I ks lawyers gave
np ssh. ii the sack svusempt ?