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IMl'OKIAM COUNCIL MttlING
M i. I
1 topic in
the demand for coal had
k. I I'?
ll they i. ? to di?
- to mils- the
? . Wi linton
1 Mind wat
he ill ?!
ted tlmt the Cati nd I ii qui -I tin*
irfolk ami Wesfaru author!
i ? m ho are
limul I'lieX He ? were
us mai -
I if tm* be true
re plentiful, i
' that the fuel q
re in dh and in cool
?1 nt i woman in
\itli a thi'
the nigh! ;
? ii ha.-k street ss nh I
ananiiiioii i to by Un
I ? ed wil
I amt ll I .s nh tim nol
. i ly distribute it cul
v to d'
i from Mr. L. ll. in
jul llitelldelit nf Ult* Ssa'
for not hei
ti by nm
ss im opened their
iver night ?
-e of th i ii the
? 'I to the plant fi
on Monday and Tuesday. Bri
tu (rael ssiih tin
I for. It prov!
iden! quantity of water in tbe
: <'. IL Morton's
aud report to the
in Hy heie i- Imss each emu
IO doubt llial the
r corni liable f"i
i town should bi li
i. Wall said in- ? apanies
i coin; ?' id.Te tl.
?ii of mai cou t rac I by the
. , the luiiii . rn John
: that tin
[?any i i nol only ill llii-*
had lived iii
sch day ll
- imt in the
. .1 by until tbe
n alt in He
did l in- loss ii Incl
i ssmiiil minni, i
IL lu In sad Ihe company
.int iml tl>.
? of the in
i un il
.'? n. < Hi III .Iinil of
lr. I 'a : mn u;i- I .
mis the quantity u the
andpipc nf the
ni !?>ll. mni SS ? .!? i ii'- I'i uni |? I l,i
? ifnlk iinil Western autbi
i to tbe rt i '? il of Parmville
('pun the miler of thc ('.inn.Tl I
? iiiui*- a telegram ssas -eui tn
king that tine. al be
le tra to the
? ni wan
P. M., nd by rn o'clock, or
ithin three and one hail hours, the
il the di-i
I in' mayor on
iruiug ni the quick arrival nf the
al wired hi- appreciation to Mr.
' dnesday morn I
day Um mayoi
thc coal would
si cents nd per ton, it
sid thal thc Noifolk and Western
ul (Imiati tl the freiidit thai
?-it m i \ i...i - BMtlas
? ni nf rjupei ?. Isors mi
mi Burton being ill ut
mc Mr. W. II. Hubbard |
ily mm in nit i of public concern ssa*
ttl. Il ssa- th.i
mai Hie farm of Judge
atkin*. A committee ssa- ailinn
ii lion lu
unt L-t agaiusl the cou nt jj
SS York appi alalme, III.li-'
? \n alto*
ssar Lnmsc l'.ichany,
. donna; sbe caine mi t:
Ti an n md ease lhat
: ly aini ss Uh good
iy ss..i : Willi
i light ballads
. I o ? li, -! . ilcctise.
, ami sshen she ii -. . - willi
ley burst iuto -;
- appian- ? and ss mid nol
lil *!)c I. tliinl time; ber
?tut tmie- were linc." luis famoii"
get will ;
upany nf line artists, and
y ss ill _ oth.*r thu.
It ssill he a
al tn at tn heal it, and In hear Louise
hauy i rhe Last H
inner'', sshieh i- in li.
Mr. Gills' Thrilling Experience.
c-leiil t i Mr. J. V.
t witta a very nai mss e-, ape from
uml the I'i. dVs li lian cbfTach, sshen
suddenly ftepw d ai to s
well nt water. u'''i*nnAitt TA tor him
caught nn eilht'lsideSPTfii* ssell anti
ss himself up tosafety by muscular
'Hgth. Mr. < im -ll'fk tn
and had be
a- in- did ssmild Inn.
ind certainly bean
lr. lilli* thinks the authorities
nhl Innk into this dan
., i m. rprlslNfl DrfaSHrtal
enter] in White
everything m theil lim* for their
ny customei >w hase the
lis is the wonderful
nily ih . ing -lull I
.vcr Un.nuns i
11 absolutely enies Asthma,
?.hu. ? i . rs..- ?*, i mun.
tilting shoe ss iii s-huI the
.-mu- "i tylisb,
ir J. B.
rat A. I '
IML L.ULAT SNOWSTORM.
.my the Worst M. tn
Afforded tho Poor.
fall nulli Mond i
? ilinloss ii. Dliriug the tu
bil fifo,| am 'i\g the
? il of ".imss ami
\ u uni be i nf citizens looki d
i immediate i
?I lo Ult' la
ug ii; tbeir household fur
linne for fud tn keep oil Un
i mle! thc
unislaiiit- the |
...?lal. aid :,- ol
ind in wes hasc
hough the toss n ssa
aplain Ma; . irfolk
ml W .Hind ,,| evey station
. . .
lld .., hilt
.. instance tin- a no.
' 'Ss n authorities did ss hal tims
? ?- al lei iating thc Bum
porlell tn Hlcin. Ml.
ralle, nf Uk* Poor Committee nf thc ai
inned, reudeied mosl excellent uer- I
? told. Judge Cnitc and
nlice (Hli oted linn
al.halh lo a-si-lino .
UlmIII lin* tn pla tl
Dr. Winston, Mr. Cridliu, Captain ?*
'atkins ami IT- tike in- ??
- iii the Work nf ss
ninty amt lunn door tn door they '
kell tl f those sslm-e
it-idc- are always cheering ind coin- d
and lo ss Imin ssant is un- '?
mssn. Tiny were quite successful '
dy one m tsn. approach) d refu*
cullin thing to tbe needy. *?'
. ii. nit B o'clock Monday "'
uh: and Tuesday morning undei Ibe VVl
collie -liii-hine thc *t
Past Weather Conditions Recalled. ni
Gardenia, v.s., it i,., ii
In your issue of Issi ?"
, "nobody I. ind ,'n
? , ipell of
, ire bad t b
ditional fearful ei
me witnesses whose testimony j
hilt thc lint ,,
.. ss bile the thermometer
I below .,
po, ssith an additional c. is ii Tntr nf IO .,
-IntSS' nil thc - niches nf la-t .,
?ck Ula- ? Hie like he
adc i* noli. ? i*. ...
the memory is concerning tbe weatb- ?x
ll sse are .
Imss Ihe last
mill nr the limul'
?r ii- a: . fearful .,
Heather ssmst* than the ,
-cut in the , and mi lins .
Jentiue'sday of 189!) wbeu we bave
i.,ik ssith a fork fnr ^
i i oetic nurse i- tempt* ...
' ll- tn Bing nf the hcatltiflll SOOW,
cc Un- clouds bave rolled aa
riding majestically in the
? ur i,e dad Imt -I- an- g
? - mora Inspiring ssa
iT-haiiiier d' '65, sou
musl refrain ami the burden nf mir Usa
ig -lmtiitl he bog and bomlny fnr Un* gto
? r. 1 lie niue s", ill coma nnd that ssit
<ss ill think that the gm
- ot lin- pa-t half month nie Me
to he compared ssith sshat tba
dilimis ssill be lian, ami mi life |ar|
? Hui',' the pa-t anil bearing |',ei
ih impatience tbe burdans nf the abo
DOW ai d then in a pi
lillie (hat -ollie reiiiai kahle display ,,f
laiurc- 'I- tenaciously to pia,
memory and like Baoojuo's ghost .tm
ill imt down." 'I'. '"'rill nf
?'?'? I' pai
dreadful w i
rarity timi ii impressed Use
clihly upon thc minds of many |
iW living, not so many either; vu.
in the I- yeal- that I ? d (*rl]
ny bave -.'oin- rn their loug bornes i
I that most unjust ssar th .
a after upon the South swept 'J
he pinn.' of manhood ssim mig
e lived mi, and ss I
,? het n covered ss ith l
ny winters and truly tint -?
.- tln-n lis nm a
re, Buckingham com
teaching school. Th.- wind hi'
oiisly fruin Ihe North drifting ii
ss ami hail in many places tn tbl
?I nf tlc
ld nnd then
?as mi I
hank-, the slmss drifted tn t
111 nf I
inetl III thc public lad a- an ll
-ihle hairier fol mon tbs. It l ;.?
If up user thi
red tbe ssill- Tj
rs. lt si a* intel
lcd the them.'Hider nf M.nula
moil'..' -iom.- ai degn ?
? i/iiu* Domestic snd wild sni
? n-in d in greal numbers from
ld I ll -nllle place* SS lm|e flock*
of turkey-ditd mi Suiuliiy falling one
by one from their lo. in Ibe
\ai"i trees. Men wera found shu
apparently alive, and holding
' be reins, sitting erect and the
ii What ssa- nin-t
Bboul this simsv it all fall
in the ice of twenty-four b
ie in blinding -heels. i he high
?old wIud penetrated every crack ami
ie dwi carry
un: ss ith it linc mist-like simss- with nu
tn the lasvn nf gravitation,
raking ii all in all: considering thc
furs ntuic is inti, tba Intensity of the
?I the amount nf hail ami sums
hat fell in sii limited a lime, thi- i
!?? mosl leinarkahle
hai ha- fallen m iiie memory nf living
mn and pei hai>-nf ila* century.
The Fury of the Storm
( . SKIT.MS, V.V., Fell. 13,
i'd: I have lievel
mytbiug tn equal thr weather ss.
mu has hil.'. Unfortunately fur ?
>f our people their winter supply nt
rood is small, 'l'he puhlic schools
lase ali I in mir section. I J
III glad tn MIS llln*t nf US SVlltl liaVe f
cen uuder the influenceofgrip are imss
tis rapidly c invalesclng. I
Simss ha- heen mi thc ground fnr
bout ten das* and it I Ugly
? d iu some place- aliiin-t iinpa-s- p
li,.;, lssometbingvery pictur- ,.,
?i|iie in a deep snow, lt reminds one ;i
f some greal iiml beautiful city svith |,
t massive pillows of pure wbite, and i,
icb link- pim* bends its bead in ma- ,.,
indeur ami imss ami then ymi H
e drifts forming beautiful lanes nr ,|
lounds ami then pyramids as if ttl t|
lark the las! resting place nf man, .,,
ni it ai-o reminds us nf thc spotless ?v
urity of tbe celestial city and of Him K]
i w bom tbe destiny of man depend-. M
Simw causes greal joy 1111111111* the ,,,
nilli; but to tbe |.rand unfortunate t(l
Miflerlng. We speak r*
hui sunny soutb hut it tine* imt look .?
mt ssay now. I always thought if I .?
ere ahle I svuiild du as tlie wild KBCM
-I (? ililli ss Tilters. (li
The greal loss nf life in thi- -torin nn |n
milt ssill h.* appalling. The ground <?]
il' musl have -cen hi* -hadosv. Hnss ,.(.
ssi-h he could have been killed. Ui
all anxious tn come tu town, ?\
ni I expect mn ('issn folks would not iii
jed seiy much to seeing ua, imt alas! ,*,
t country gnu- are inow-bound, and ^(1(
lera sslhle, I fear, ssill he mud-tied IK,
our beautiful road-. It does seem t|,
inc that we OUgbt tn have a dog tax ,.,*
Hoping, Mi. Editor, you ssill haven
Kgb rule ami plenty nf snow for
niii, I remain yuin* indy, ,,*?
The Musical Event fm
iVe pn ? bara in tin- Issue
outline cut of LouIbb M. Brehany
i* famous prima donna nf the Louise r
ebauy Ballard and Opera Company,
ni tn (avof in ssith a visii.
c ha- gained a national reputation
.. nh Sousa's Band, -?'?'
iCbicsgo Marine Band, Edouard
uieiiyi, 1; mail Ltstemann Oom*
ny an I otbei md at
- year head- her own company, ?"?
iii)* an ad nf the grand opera Martha
costume iii addition tn a regulai
leer! program. Sin* is a faiinm- -,
lad singei: iii fad. -m-1- considsred
? bes! in America, ami ha- for her
me renowned artists Thai
ire musics] traat ami ibould
mended, as it is u rare thing
mir music loving CitUena tu hear a
1 uni nf any 1 , 1 di singers.
,;- at once at ('rule Drug
I ll. ... I 1. 1..
<Tn sst:, V.s., Kel., 1
lumley at noon while tha bHxxard
- at ii- ss,,i-t tba alarm of Ara ssas
mini, and in le? than tsso noun
? lame t mi Li 1 ? turned to tbe
uml. Ineluding\tbe i-ank building,
li large ball linne, three lar^e
eery stores owi pd respectively by
Iles Tile, Km met }J^v,ii- ami
- Shorter. Ahuye Mr/flevilli- ssa- a
re millinery stoat kepi hy tin* lilsses
ille. Mr. Disvns' dwelling was
v.* his itore. Nothing was
11 either building, save tha hank,
st of the furniture was gotten DUI
that anti all the valuahle papers
?ed in the safe. Mr. Willie Dtsviis'
tba mily mle left mi the
Tr. 1*. Pbenll keeps a bar
m in the hack nf this, ami there
e plenty found Willing tu fight lire
he iiie started from a Lrrate in a
mg ma al...se the vacant
. ertained at tin*
tint* sshat the insurance ss
a meat deal nf -ukin? ni
ii and vaccination is the miler nf
Ir. D. McCormick continues ill at
home on Carolina Ave. Miss Janie
ummoned home frnm Rich*
id ss luther -In svent sonic sseeks
tn attend him. Hi- younger
mhter. also svith him.
he -imss 11111?t Ite ton deep fur sleigh*
?Wing tn tbl 'id all the
mil* in town have been eli'std for
? of thc B. K. I ..
1 -.'. T Mrs. W. Welbourne
lr. o. A. Wilson lefl
mi tin* marriage nf hi* sister in
. 1 ,r I id Anaj.
ng. ah or I
it-ass* or New York. (
WILLIAM B. COWAN.
This Well Known and Popular Gentle ?
man Passes Away
Mr. William 1:
Ing breathed lu- lasl calm!]
fully la-t Monday nlgbl at 0 o'clock, in
tbs forty-eighth year nf hi- ,
There ss;i* tm better nor niora Kaoer
ally respected dtixen nf tin* communi*
ty llian Mr. Cowan. In a 11?
ami Unostentatious ssay In* ii
among in* feltow-citlsens, bavin
muss their confidence and bigls
lad he entered
the printing office nf his kit.* lamented
father, A. M. Cowan, Esq., and from
then until the beginning nf ls.7 |?.
continued at his work with a fidelity
that ssa- the admiration nf .
Ha waa always frail nf body, yet bb
?ouraL'e lies.! failed him in
Indisposition. In bis retirement frmn
lim Hit: sin in l-/.**T, the publlt
dined a losauand lim-.' who had
?oiitiectetl willi bim ftir fears past bave
.'icaHy i)ii--Jil In- anti
'aitlifi. iuvetl his work a
ever ("|>. 11
?i ssay presented Itself to advance in
tOOWledga of and Un* manna! inter*
-t- nf his hii-im ? IL- wasons nf the
iio-t iin-elli-h men sse ever kness. j
with in* brotben and
riends and consulted their wishes In
verytbing svith windi ba had t" do,
herc was carried ssith Mr. Cowan an
nfailing courtesy sshieh helped imt
little tn lighten tha earea of others, '
erbsps one of tba beal tri'mtes thal
mill ba paid tn his devotion to hmm*
nd loved "lies i- that in sicklies- ur in
ealili he never -lurked a DOOM duty,
nt was faithful in all things tn the
id. He often took ii|m>ii his should
-a larger burden than they justly
KHlld have carried and inure than
ut him wished him to. Pet* n
uially lie ssas genial,acciiiniiindiitimi', ,^
inpaUieHi', full of the milk of human i_
inine.-. Efealwayi had i srakmn*
ig smite and a kind word fur every
ic To those who svere accustomed
i . , . th
i visit him froiuciitly since lu- con*
nementat borne, the oki place ssill
it look quita tbe Bama now lhat bte
? -cine i- no longer in be enjoyed.
Mr.Cowan connected himself with
e Methodist Church ami from thal
ne he lived a consistent growing
iri-tian tu tin* end. During tha ra* Mi
ul |>a-t he ssa- a great siiU'cier, and Sc
u* relined in thc furnace nf alllietiuii, un
I lovely charade! ?"hone willi un
icarlhly brightness, lu visit him cm
iring tba teat daya of hit illness and p<.
?hi-mi ck lubmisaion, bte cheerful* yei
--, hi- self-forgetful love and sympa
y, wm liiu a benediction. Be walk*
ssith Iiml, anti hi-life had a fitting _
ntly falling a-leep in Jesus -_
? i in- end ssas perfect pi ....
Los lng friend* gathered at the borne .
.'at half-pad Ll O'Clock, svhen the
taral servicei svere conducted by
IV.T. McN. Simp-on
l'he paJI-beareri wera Messrs. n.e. '
ute W. ll. TTiack-tun, H. K Har- ""
,v, w. K England, L J. Verssi and ?
I. Mart. ??
1.11. Lunsford 4 Son. Craft, Tex., .
I thai Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonic *
certainly the baal mi thc market, na
cy have never known it tu fail tn pei
c. ami their customers sa] Iteuret ,
?ncc. Rave just ordered niora and
i-t have it. Tasteless ami guaran* M,u
d. Mic. ssa
Draill nf U llllr U Mil.itI
Villis Waitmi, tin* eighteen-year*
-rn d'Mr. and Mi- J.Tin K. Wal
I, nf Karniville, dud la-t Friday, the
h inst. He had heen ill with kid- -J00
t disease from sshieh during tin* n"
?k ur tWO lie ssas iaii*rH<e.l In Ills .Pl
l hi* lufferlngs vere Very k''
inver IIS ad ih Kai ile.Tile a "*?*?
cr, nobler, brighter,utter ar a mure m"
?tl youth than " lluckV \y-altnii, and A
iinlimely tl calli hrnimhi SOttOW ftfOI
I sadness tn I mans i A -tri.
-tic quality Ot hun ssa* In* tim
furin politeness tn every une ami Bl
example In other leapeerj i* nth
itliy tu he fullnsved hy every samm* pas
ii. Ste grief stricken parental have do;
heartfelt sympathies of tba entire -tn
liuunity. Tlie funeral tunk place |
iday afternoon at :i o'clock fruin an I
I nl.-iii llolrl Itulra.
, Ness Hampshirebotel Issued the
OWins rule-, sshieh are worth re
he limtln nf thi- lintel is. "Du Ulltu
? i- ai ihey will du untn ymi,"
here are three department-?up*
Irs, down stairs and out doors. Out* "?*??
,rs istbecbeaj ^
f the hell ill your room l- milken
ni* the towel. *?l4r
te alarm cluck furnished hy the ?K'r
Dagement. Before retiring wind up ??Hr
i heil and hear the tn-k*. ***"??
o prevent guests fran carrying '-I* *
t fruin the tahle ss.- ssill hine no A
ny mic Wblblng tu take a drive after deal
di can repair tu the ss.l-hed and J. I
re nail* Pla
luests having nightmarei will find D.1
- in the ci Juli
birteen at the dinner tahle i- a had Ucl
i. It te a sign that thara will be no is i
lacb ronni supplied ssith a handsome t
ird ssith the following in- ha*
pion' "Ho; police- iu t
f the hotel is nut onjtbeirigbl -idi
id ii h.* known at the nil' ?
; it will promptly in* moved tu tb
'?r -ni.-. Um
0 -poon- allowed mi tia
1 ny newly marri
. prevent spooning In public.
ire not expel ted tu pay th.
s unless they pref.-: ta] BjOBO. We "*;
ive its trunk fur
Jurat** Test Bowi ls *s eli ( ..?. ants
BRUF8 AND t'KItSONALS.
ts I sll
on lite kiri.tintl,
%l> III h, r i,r. ;?tn
Ami BBj -..a. ol | .
I .rm umina -BJ Ininti, lils head
SPSS Ins I
: a lite lit-- t;
I sjrss sr*
Vu,I his mile. lill.li. ,,lhl.r
Monday nazi will t-e county eouti
alt. I>. W. I annies tn un
KnhU-r's ure OBJ -al valina
HOW many an- living in liom-L de?
na! lhasa len len da.s* f .
A*h W. dues.hu tba Unit da\ nf
awl fd! mi the loth inst. / _V
Mr. T. J. Davis after I ? ?-? nf
?eek-, i- ade tu U- at hi- place
[ business again.
The women never blessed ssiih ha?
lys kimss the must about the
i is to bring thean up.
The pour are with ii* always. They
afar In bad weather. Than
no BM tO deny thc -a,I lad.
The poet win. wrote "heautiful
sUght tB have a gund ease of
ip?if BO*] - .iiieUu.-ig wu-e.
W. aie glad tn rep..rt that Capt. R.
. Burton, Who baa heen cuiil'mcil to
-?seral week-, is inipmv
We hn*ie there were thoughtful
inn i- ssim keep the hird- alive un
Slr places during tha recent spell of
bbelte ungani heir jingle, jingle
ily .Monday iiiorning and their
u*if ha* baan heard every hour of
di day since.
All train- were ni adi delayed fmiu
imlay morning until Wednesday.
ar,"dy any mail Bras ia .vised here
l'he marriage nf M..-Jvlwanl I). Lips
nband Mi-* Ploeenli fcyl waa noaa
md, for unavoidable t-aajpns, from
-ici'i.iy nsornlng lo lad night at h-30
'Nilli"" ha- had the gnp and BOaV
pieiilly his article- have heen missed
in these columns for several weeks.
. k yu may lind lum in a
gthy article ou the tii -1 page.
tba lireman mi tl ? sv-aat Lound train
Ivlng hcie Mum ay at 9:30 o'clock
tao badly fm-tinten as to badte*
ed fol further ?t*iity. He was taken
thc cah am! returned tn his home,
he B/orst sleet of the season in
-tetl everytbiug yesterday morning
I the small boy ha<l uol far tu go for
ding. Keep in Um inidilie of the
d ssa* the cuiisfant injunction to
'mni every town am! city in thc
te. Parmville not ixesatad, Um
- siilleruig during the Ui//ardly
uli.r of tbs paal week. Karmville
at nobly tu the n?ne nf her poer,
I relieved their nacaaall
'?.Iiii- nllic i On lid - ni<" very
<1 ssmk during the Brant Bf the
?ni had s'tell Of weal her. He ell?
et! him?clfquita earne-tly Sunday
I Monday in looking up and re|iort*
the siiilt-riug poor of the cum?
, bnaOf hand- cleared thc simsv
n the -uh traikBOf Main and High
i I t- the proper
lg to du, only the wmk might quite
propsriy Lave baan eontiauad to
ut- nf tha town. All tax
ar-du imt live OU High street, nor
di of then do hu.iinesrt on Main
lr. A. I?. McNair, of New York has
nlveiii-. incut in Ute Hkkai.u this
?kin sshieh heanimnii.es that ou
Nnr S?*ill IrHHilI
will have f"r bis subject "How to
ili/e the soil with pea*. ' Wi trust
rge aurfiem'c will greet bim.
rte, of Bsrkatey,
1 mi Kinlay |aj| after a lu nf illili?.
? iincrly Mi-* May I'-land,
:? BsStat Of Mi- H. V. Laid wm, of
mville. She isl well remembered
e by a numttax os our paopte
?cially hy her nl-l -dmul mate- lu
Normal Behool Who Will I-*.* -iincre
a' Hil- anlmuiiceliiellt.
mmig tin* prominent
i-e naiin- sse In ar inciitiniicd ns
nug ta] succeed Un* lah* lamented
;. Whit, bead, .-?* Iiiapaetot at tha
uii-r* \v- , ire Messrs. John
- L 0. Kniter and Tinker
ii-oii. All tlu. ? Bli BOW ur have
l ssalchoil-c men, either nf W bulli
apahle and WOUld reid' i ? -'.
lellt -i I
here is a rn ss-; apel IU < 'Inna windi
i?. ii piihhslie.l fur Lu-Ht years, and
. , noe .mis IpWO of it- adit.
I i BALD
baan kwuad f"r nota than eight
i- and im head ha- lolled In the
. I B hell tin* editor felt aiixiuii- COU.
I m IO imtehei- anil grocers hills
he luwe-t pine goods au* not al
, rj us for llavnr
H.C. Crute, Druggld.
,, to H ' UrutU'i Li lg itoti fm
Whit.* laud ami
ed I'.ii. ta
ie aoiioiiincs timi ou
he 'Jl-t in-t, he will
to On- fanners. Mr.
[ure kt tlie courthouse