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I Idl. VV, M
Tried Friends Best.
For thirty years Tutt's Pills have
proven a blessing to the invalid.
Arc truly the sick man's friend.
A Known Fact
* bilious headache, dyspepsia
stomach, malaria.const ipa
and all kindred dist
JTT'5 Liver PILLS
AN ABSOLUTE CURE.
Cus! ? From
\\ ? -
war,!. . ~ le Virgiuia ?.'ene
rally, m you ku
.-.mtititit* until : au hour to
then work uniil Hie -nn goes dow ti
lint Un- Weat i brothel
..ni) until 10*30, when
the (linoel un I'* the house.
.- in a hui
ration nf -.'tain aud before 11.30 i- in
the ; ?
Al I p. '"'. Ihe bell announces sup
I ...ml-, ami t li i'?
ii ne -riven in*" ? halt ration
nf eon., mni by 5 i- plowing aa though
the .1 < I'tiifil. He
continue* lo work until ?!u-k aud then
nine loi Un night I prefer the
Vi rn i
io mir manner** ami eUMtoio
yet ti .invei'-ally thrifty
and well to do. The owners of tbe
lam I- il.' all the ssmk of the tann win li?
llie wive* ami daughter** du all the
work "f the housebo Ta la
,| nolle to pin. The
_* from thi- I- iiniiien-e. A
Virginian BB lani, "all the way up anil
all the way down, all the way through
anti all the way round," I prefer the ex?
tra-anti not -" much nf Un* aaving
We o III '"iii.- t'lt, bow* -
ymir day. Mr. Editor.
I know t.fat lea-t one Virgiuia lady
who ha-- picked ii|, more of the practi
eal out of ber experience "t "ne wiuter
in a weatern city than she had done in
man.s it in Virginia, ll, i
.??tl used to pay tailor* tw,. dollars
t, and now it is
(lune at bon
that ' in tin
id Ironing have
fear nf losing a trail il ha.
gOM out of life. Her loyalty, bo
to the m.,!i ? - uni her love for
?ind prac! with
the pas* ?? ill nol ad?
mit that "U iht li?
the Vt -. n"i Bow
nor women ug, in>r men so
chivalric, nor welcomes so wann, nor
, m>r hon
dear, imr ii '
friends so true. I sing on tlie
Hu. Ul un in. ni Mates
V., May IO
? ir tuinn
tryiiiL* bard t" eateb up With their work,
hut even \s ith the hardest wmk they
will be a couple ile in plant
Ih. re i- the usual cry ol
bul I >U|T
Usual, will bave a pleuty af
iv hi le.
-till in the
? ii of "Walkin
? thi- phenomenon.
k the buggy wheel*
: os n the "Devil's Kl bow," u hen
uni lev. rue
th.* pi cern when they u.? Southward.
I ida tea ara very plentiful In
Buckingham am! monl people who
nave never tried it thiuk thal county
otli.-er* just -imply roll in wealth ami
? wmk nor eare, hut those w li ?
it know that tbe faithful,
entious oili,i r earns
of hi- pay, and in some cases ti
imt pani half enoUKb. K,.r in-tan,-e.
supervisor*! are paid u and
H bile the nlliee is Di
Importance to clerk of the couuty.
Very few men eau afford t" serve tbe
deal people at u salary ?
mouth. Another surprising strange
fuet iu psychology is that svhen Mr.
? "iiididut, be is such a nice man,
and aa - ion aa be la elected be
as the i "iiiiiii'ii enemy of the
people, and the mora especially if his
office i* (hat of assessor or collector of
ind critics by the score stand
ready to pomt ,>ut bis defect *.
Reminds me <>f the way commission
mere ban ts i d, so nice w hen
jrotfl want credit, and siieh
slunk-'' when they want you to
Well, it-all righi anyway, and af*
mle we'll be too busy planting
ii tu think aboul these -mall
I*. M .1.
I ? I I ? I . <*.. It-IUl. Mill Hllil I < '
The intense itching and sm
Incident tu | - instantly
allayed hy applying. Chamberlains
-- in ilintiiieiit. Mai
ti pel maneiitU i-iiii T
by it. lt ia equally efflcleul for itching
nipple-, cha plied banda, chilblains,
pei i. Cunning
Dr. Cad '
? o||i||||.i||. I ,
Minn' I hill
lin di, nie and Un* isest in
ningham A '
THI-. TOWN COUNCIL'S ACTION
Ai the I'"" n Council meetiug held
? i noon Hr present
Ul inion, presiding; Messrs. 11
irrat Vi i I un id
L Kramliert, I
? ami Hr. Anderson.
?tuomitted hia n
vhiel) ssa- approved ami eu tired ol
The billowing lulls wei.* ordered t*?
a .? I ;.i
. E. \s
U . I
I. Mai i ia
.1.1'.. 7 lin
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'. .1. I.. \\ lui.
'. Ami. i
Mr. Wall offered an amendment to
law hy Which the .iwini of
I doge may he subject tn a tine
: 1.00 for failure tu pay the prescrib*
tai on In- doge. Tabla amendment
i- unanimously adopted and ii will
viate the necessity "I' catch ii
Mr. Gilliam asked for f 150 tu be ex*
mle 1 hy the ladies who have in
in* improving nf ihe cemetery.
i waa approprial
l'he Street Committee wa-, mi mu?
li, instructed to employ a civil en
. examine the roadway from
I nf Main stieet to Cumberland
? ml repori ihe beal way tu make
? le in blgb slitter together with
? ta i-i.
'?.I. C. M. Walk.i and Mr. li I .
all had prop.-iiion- for paying one
lt Ute coal "!' p?viug -ni" walk- Iron!- ni
: their property on Third and Second hi
lively, providing tbe ax
VD will pay the other half. The in
iinei! accepted tia lon anil til
va* Instructed w
tn tin Un* wauk, ru
i. mi the part nf the ( uni.
* heartily approved hy .Mayor Hlau- th
t, whu stated thu* permanent I
i vernen ts in the town was a lea
tin- Council ?
?ap, i *. i*in- \, iimi-.
ird of .?lip. rviaora met la-t
lay, oi , I ier than Ihe reg
i time, in oid.i that < 'ani. Hulton,
iiilvei Hom this district might have
luituuity tn attend the Conl
union ", k. The
i.'. M. Burton,
A. Haskins, W. II. Hubbard and
Billa were allowed
? d that after working
main thorough fares foi a distance
en mil,' .i mville Un
I distrl forked in the follow*
? nd; Bu Halo district,
id: Hampden district, fourth; and
?mville district la-t.
l committee was appointed tn ascot
i what assistance can he had from
towu uf Farmville, Hampdt n
i Mr. W. n. Dunnington to?
ni macadamizing the road I
< place and Hampden-Bldney, ami
nilli, r ascertain the coal "t i
iii ami tn correspond with cont rac
? and du w li itever in their judg
nt limy think ezpedieut, and report
and Mower for sale Both
; i.paii aud bough!
ap. i. in, ii n.n-.N.
I'll. III. . ? Wi.i. Inn.-.
he annual meeting "f the stock
,1,1- ,,f the Plantera Warehouse
: iv, Mav ! o'clock
M. JNO. ti. MARTIN,
y. ami Td
A i'i i. < i. -* r.??. --inn.
' he mosl pied,
iii-ine-- man can have, lt ia ac?
red, ni nm lined ami preserved by
lain qualities that 1 believe are in?
cut in the man. < .radii i* Ilk, a
\ n may
ak n ant! put it together again, and
milty it may possibly
? - it ever wa-, hut tin
'ni., and ymi can see w here
i ,i- i i. li h. Anti -'. tl i- with Un?
it w bose credit la once impaired,
ahle tn buy |
stauding among; mercantile houaea
\ fair, imt it cut never he
lured i" the superb condition in
ieh il once w.t-. And sn I would
rn all i.haul-, young and nhl, tu
? I with, m. i
i injure it. Di m.
mlii mn |
Pauli tt .v. Paulett.
>l. 1.1..1 t . I \ --.ll lllllllll
Thc I'rince Kdward Mem ulal
elation In lil a public meetiiii! in the
? ??tn I house oil Un- uiglll ni Hie Uh iii I
lill- a--ucial lon Im- fol n- ubject thc
erection ufa suitable -hali io the mem
? uv nf I'rince Kdward'a Confederate
soldiers holli liviug and dead, ami
much In (creal i- fell In the work. Ai
thc meeting last week there ??
rowd us, im* tu Hie un agre au
nouucemenla given, and a numl
interesting feature- wei.- omitted un?
til another time. Judge J. M. (Tut.
presided .'ind Mi. .1. L. Hart wat
cd secretary pm. icm. < ap tain Pau?
let) submitted a rep 'it of subscriptions
raise l hy himself amounting to
lin* amount ca.from four ur live
liberal citizens and swelled thc memo?
rial fund tn nearly 11,700. Thc sum
1 lu properly -tart the work un
tbe monument is $2,500, ami it i- be?
lieved tin- in a -- ns am,unit will be
Judge Crate was appointed a com?
mittee tu Invite or "Bob '
ray lor, of Tennessee, to deliver au ad*
nu- fm thc benefll nf Un
'iation, also tu invite Dr. McGuire, "f
liicbmoud, lu give hi-* lecture mi Btone
Mrs. Edmunds stated Unit the object
if this meeting wa- to reawaken inter*
-1 in thc Memorial Association. Ami
.ini several anecdotes of the war t"ld
iy < 'aptain Drumelier, the meei In
'inned to meet again next Friday
light, the 19 h inst. Everybody ls in?
ned tu attend this meeting, and we
nive ii ot a doubt that Un re w ill he a
irge crowd present * In that occasion
'aplain liruiiitTler w ill dehvei an ad
Km in rmi ii. nt
Will relit my faun nf 223 acre-, with
nod dwelling ami outhouses, fm minn
U piemen ta ami pan ul inuit-, rn
.mihle terms, I'.?,?inn given Au*
u-i l-t. Apply tu T I.. Mouton,
May 1^, 'I'''. Farmville, Va.
Kn l in \ ll I. uml l-iiss lii.ln ti Kuli l.tu.I.
Thc Farmville and Powhatan raii
nid, which extends from Bermuda to
'armville, with one ur two shun
randie-, i- to he extended i" Man
lister, Va., in the near future. James
. Weith, geueral manager of the corn
any, in a letter tu the Afanufacturert'
'coord, wrin- that righi <>f way is now
ting acquired for thc extension, o Indi
ill he thirteen inilis In length. Thi*
ill give the road a terminus in the
ihurbt "f Richmond a- well a- nt
luther point un Hie James river. Tin*
lestlon nf extending the line from
armville tu Boaooke through ren?
al :iml Southwestern Virginia la al-"
ider consideration. People aluin* tbe
nile have offered inducements to the
tm nany to cover this distance, which
? ?Uld lie abOUl I IT mile-.
it.? ? im.I,i tu Pa-pUs.
Professor Cridliu gave a very enjoy*
?lc evening tn hi- music pupil- at hia
?mc las! Friday, ?? *s"?s almosl
[elusively for tbe young people of hia
i j - i?* class and therefore bul two oi
ree outsiders were invited. There
ere aboul a -cure pn sen! and rigbl
vally did they all -teni to I
cmaelves. A number of pi
iiih were played on the profea
iw grand piano by himself and
ipil*. After several hom- ot social
.nt ii freshmen ta wen- served
id Mr. Hunt, thc ph itographer, n
'?lure- of thc entire crowd by the
A Illili. ( om flinn lil.
Dr. M. i pled an
\ itati?>ii from General A. L. Hawley
ninian,lint; th" Military Department
Natl 'ii ii i'< a -c Jubilee, tu
in-itiiiii un hi- stall Hr. Anderson
il attend tbe Pea i ibiiee un the
ol Ins! at Washington ami |
ic in Un pat
rhe stable <>f Mattie Lipscomb w boee
me i-ju-t Un i. lim .-, (Tun
il.-iml county, waa totally destroyed
lire Wednesday night aboul ll
Ind.. The origin "I the tile i- llll
?uunted foi, hut it is believed t" bave
?ii -ct un lire by sonic mean ;
ic ho;-' ami a mule were burned i"
nth ami a considerable amount of
? 1. riitir \s.t- noinsuranceou stable
contents ami therefor* the low ia a
un s aii Pi i' ??
l'he following statements baveseveral
in .j peared in the advertising
iiiini- nf thi- paper, "no bu
nth mon than a kami, el." "Kamh
- mc leaders in both price .'uni
ality." And Un*-latcine'il ha- Leen
ide by Rambler agents tbal ali musl
I'litually c .me don d tu Rambler
Ices. IH -pile nf thc tact that Hil*
- hen the bigges! season manufac*
era bave ever hud, thc bigh priced
inufacturera ate already falling int"
,-. Tin- Overman Wheel i
riiiy advertising "Victors" ?
ambler Price), and others are quietly
mint- tu then customers
nu they have to. Proving that
'ambler prices are right"
11 i- - ml hy those iii a position tn
ow that the proposed bicycle iras!
ll nut affect Un* season's prices,
.hnily can tell what it will du for
in neal jw
Am \ m m. Va , M I
Buckingham county courl ot
y, had the day. The independents
? mit in foict .1. W. Word, foi
dill; L. K. Lc .cm, fm- commissiooei
district N" , -'; Henry Spencer, cnn
--inner in district No. I. Tl
Republicans, bul running as "Iude
!? \ Forbes, derk, and B. W, Hub
i attorney, have no opposition.
Fine ram- vegetal] in booming.
ll. ui H
V I ii.billi! Ulundi i
tal. (ut oi Braise. Bui kiel - Amies
bes! in Un' world
in ini,I promptly In- tl it ?
il hy Wi
A Maal w ariki h'l'
?aiilli' done nil I but i
.trill?* for tin
hope liol, uni,at n mam- i
and the officers >?! the Furmvilli <
tery Association, Item Ihe Indulgence ol
the Editor, l<> allow them through the
columns nf the Herald to m i
ti for aid.
In a town tin- -
bersbip lasl only alioi
how small when wc think of tbe wmk
I iu be done, i ? aboul
fifteen non-residi ra who paid
ital of I'm. Tin
membership fee ia only (1 j
little more Uno ? i month.
bul in indi apliab what we
would like we mt d a largei and a mora
witlc awake iiiemhel ship.
Surely it i- ;i cause which n.
to tue hean - of all. Few indi ?
the bornes wbich haye escaped tbe
1 ith Angel; from
'?ii taken lovell
busbauda ??! a ives, and fi
the i.ium,' life .iui blooming into
promising manhood or wi
Some sections ara only marked by one
tiny grave, bul all point hack tua daj
when the hume circle waa broken, ami
ill the world teemed d irk and drear j
inder thc beavj cloud ol affliction.
L-ei u- eau b one, mau ami woman,
i-k ourselvt lestlon: D
.vant to see tbe city of oui dead kept in
illow it to remain a neglected -,
lur object now is to improve tbe ? u.
and lin- w ill mean .-.
penditure of money, w ?
lot hope to do iill foul aides lu
?ear, hut we ale SO aiiMoii- lo keep
Ul the -tmk w Inch al time- bavi
a,Ily defaced the wmk al.
) ? nd think because wc could nol in
nc year transform tl -itu a
? di kepi city cemetery that thc cause
- hopeless Wi musl ss.uk with
atience ami he Willing I" make -
sci nat - in accomplish thi-.
In a I ne ladies will Ii
canvass nf the town foi members, I
lift the ii cu,hally, enc turage them I
i the wauk, and after vmi join conic
ultu the meetings ami -ce what ia
If all will work together il will univ
B a question of time until the cine- I
?ry wiil present a very different ap- d
earance from what fl did before thi* ci
i'll; wa- undertaken.
Thc ladle- icincinlci Hie
tip received from the l'mindi la-l --.
rar, and also the subscription from *,
ie gentlemen which enabled us tu ??
ose up the year's wauk freefroindebt; ,,
ry i- needed now, and
I of the nil with
ie citizens tu it id their aid, ami to
ve their hearty co-opi ration
ie work ia brough! before ila
May I 1
Mr. Boykin Called
The Kev. Frank Stringfellow.
n parish, bavin ? the
B tykin h >
lanimoua call hy the vestry tu the '"
ctorsbip nf that parish. Rev. Mi. '
irish for Un pa-l year, during Hie
isenceof Mr. Stringfellow, who has m
rved a- chaplain of thc Foul Hi
IC.1 lin lan..
*t*_r lucid mt nf w hich Mr.
ibu Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
lcd hy him a- follows:
ssa- in .a nio-t dreadful condition.
y -kin sit- .Uiih i-t yellow, t yt -
liken, i ? d, pain continual
initially growing wt ii.-1 day by hay.
irtunalely, a friend advised
llectric Bitters,' uml tu n
tl surprise, thc lii-t hollie
elded Improvemi nt I continued
ell U-e ful tim uni aili HOW
well niau I know tiny saved in.v
i', and robbed thc mot lu r
?inn." Nu one should fail lu try
tin. Only nu ceuta pei bottle at
bite .v ' -inn
Mr. Kim! (Haiiim, rn -
oprietor of tbe Bcharwenka '
tory of New York, will be directoi
ol of music in tbe Asheville
nt nu i School and Conservatory dur?
kin in July and Au
i. ildea being aasiated by
i- leading teachera of thia famous
nservatory, be will call to bia aid foi
Ile school a Dumber of the
rst prominent artists and musicians
New fork. Please see advertise*
ml iu the Hit; ii.h.
I'lnit Throbbing- "Imnlarlie
Would quick.] if you u-cd
. Kin_:'- I
proved their in
md Ni i vmi- Headaches.
ey make pure hi",ul snd li
I build up vuiir health. I
y Iiiein On.
1 Mid hy White .v. Cu., Dru;.:
?*lii*i iti Overbey, "f Pittsj
linty, who ssa- a native of Prince
Iwaid, dud la-t Tuesday at Chat
m, nf pneumonia. He bad i
Brill of that county -ince 1875, ami
is regarded as au efficient officer
? I a in -' , m.upi.u\ man.
\.. \. ?_,... - i>.
Weal Virginia, ami toot
ld of Republicanism tlc
VU iii full force, mic which
dares Unit li" iii Ilse herc.
t even -tay OVei night ll "i.!
I- race happens to lund licic he i
ra notified to move on, ami in such
Dannel thai be i- -me tn move.
lum,' tn the Republican i i
demanding that thc i
Ti -hall liol on IJ
I I tency, thou art In
ligba 11. uounds.
I'RIKFS ANI) PERSI
llosi much pain the evil- thal
? tv How aboul
Mr. H. V. Baldwin, of Man,
-pent several daya of thi- week in
Mr. D. T. Ela much uni I
in health aa to have heen able m take
a drive <>n \\
lier the pt ticking
'? Hundley waa in town Mon
? u loni,, to Cumberland fur Its
? u you will not worrj
a.it tbe condition nf ymir health.
"il of affliction"
it. What -ay the Nm Ulallie-'.'
Tin i I up to Wi '
lay, I . lowed for tbe
Mr. Frank Ww edi*
oi ol the Dauvilli
? alum daughter.
- oi the puhlic
< hool .lill ht- helli touigllt ni the I
An Interest!i u will
ii ami the public Will
Hut a month nmre ami Un- normal
?rued tu then homes,
nd with uo summer school ol methods
ney will ' from tbe
lu the school afar! in New York a<
mled by Miss Lula Morton, nf Un?
lace, mit ufa tins-nf niue hundred
upils contesting for honors, the work
Woman's Home Mission
ol the Methodist cburch will
;i Farmville on tbe 23rd inst
i ly continue foi thn i
Mi-, ll E. V\ all is th
The ladies ol tbi ti church,
ed in the entertainment given
elli of the Towel Fund, wish
, thank all who so kindly assisted
bl ip. and liie puhlic
? good tied nf
mk to put it iu the condition it
muld be. The appropriation made by
ie town of (1.50 ia ninney well ?
. ? opie la
: at least
; he (I ictora who
d the dti u-niville
iow ihat out of a population
? ?re thai persona 2,300 were
ululated. The council pad :
Thc ladle-nf the Baptist church will
* ry festival on tb
the real of their church tonight
ie public is cordially asked to attend
lei the commeucemei
to I", hdd tonight in the
Izeu owning prop*
ty fronting on a puhlic thoroughfare
and H. E. Wall in defray
: one half of the cos! of flretclasa
: the nther.
v would sn .ii hast : Which
for tbe pas!
s iiii bel daughter, Mrs,
? i. of Washington, as?
her pu paiati.ui
dopart u'c to Europe Dr. ami
: on Wed
? 10th. I" at
nl the Inti rnatioual I
meena bly be ia
th liver au addn
\t Hu* meeting ol tbe Alumni of the
nf Virginia held last
ek in Richmond, Dr. W, E Auder
I, nf Ih
patt h referring tn the
ctiou -peak- of Hr. Anderson a- "one
?hte.-t physician- nf South
ma, and mic nt <h
.min nf the cul!'
.: rather -lowly un
illding fm the Star Ware
completed it w ill tie t;
nmodioua bouse in the town. We
? tnltl that the tl in this
. three other bouses in ihe
. Hie appeal rn
IU nf Un* Hil.AI,ll hy
order that I having this
uk in charge -hall accomplish last
i Hie .*?.-, >| ?
I woman in the town
si 111 le?
vi- the helping hand ami ihe '
lat) I the tit-i
nacad am laing ile
st meeting it i- boped that
111< riii.itinti fur the
tain. (., B
I will i
l-l. *>? Ill ll'.t I 1..Ill-Ill*
pllia to in a
i"W u w hen an "l'I lady lived, w Im
a* my object mi ihe tram]
all nf interest thal I
a- her relative- were
alway- glad tu exhibit her, ai it wcie.
Her appearance bon
.iii.iv wrinkled ami
When i' taking w hai
-he hail -cen ur done duilug a century
lhat will a. I pre-eminent a
i traordinary progress, her
ld univ th, I said
it with |uide: "Mother
than fifteen m
chere abe live- now, and she never
tunk much In tere*)! iu what was going
mi anyway, and I i i had
a mi a trip through the State uf
Connecticut, I heard nf another lady
who hail also passed the century mark.
I .,. ? Cperil I. tl '.sa- li?
lle uthei had I
. inn.tied um* in
.?very ni infant
those a hu waited on
ut, -he had nu inure control over her
iit i- usual with ii child, and lui
inly way ,,| walking around was by
tii-hiii ' her, ju-t
Tuiil would du whu wa- beginning tn
salk. The visit a i ? ry extend
? two ill-lame- nf the Very du?
i.. old age,
ihieh can he added tu in almosl every
i hood, ar,- mentioned ts prelim*
naiy I., a few thoughts in relation to
imation in various ,
t sshat aif called Hundred 'i
ti object nf these duh- i- uol -??
ni,Ti perhaps tu enable all th.- mern
. foll hundred year**, aa
ia fur the sliidy nf longevity. That
? t .uaI hearty
ml effective "lil age la a beautiful and
eligbtful thing, und ii could undoubt
liy be enjoyed hy a greal many mon
nm do imw enjoy lt, S I deal
lore tbougbl given tu thc wisdoms
' the Hundred-Year Club in thia
u will he good and good only.
tint I supp RB a man may he per
ition th,* value nf a men
.tension of life for itself alone. What
td*, over a lunn
Nothing, m. - itntched
oug the way Hie ? . IdeUCM nf u-eful
i of indi character; unlesa nen
burled weakness ami
nie the munnin. 1 t,, cooa
emorate a triumph over self; u;.
ie a kindness .lune ami there a g tod
i 'i tu the world hut
ily tn the object "ii whom it
lhat is life. lint it i- surely
?thing h. contemplate with calm
at there is coming a day when "ne
III be only a nuisance to one self ami
i tu others; or that the back
ml glance will show- nothing hut
md heed i .all thc
t'duii* thin,;- thal a life well .
mit ii i- imt all important
something much m m I
tight after than Unit. Lengthen oui
ur life, if y ai will, hm broaden oui
ur hearl ai ' me. Living
th living long au l . 'here |g
methingmuch better, ami that i- tu
? in ike harness of effort Mere liv
ibeep i* perhaps harmless,
il human nor limn me. rim
M - "il I- and Should
I for to nillo' of ii Un- beal poa*'
tie covering fm- the precious thing ni?
le lunch a- one would devote care
- a jewel
di the care tu
liv taking thought to one's
'heil out a
i than now, hut w hat
ill thi* dread if earthy -alts in the
I from ct
ne the anxiety end-'.' If distilled
itel i- to h ive it* perfect work in
lu take you nut "f ynlll-elf
...ii ;l broader heart, other
se thc whole selfish. You
? 111 Hgv
ihe ci,imu- tu -laic at hut that dues
ru lUgh. If your iiead has
I down like tbe oi -imply tu
b "wherewithals" of life mit caring
comprehending the universe not
an that particle of it that is repre
ited by Un- very simple word of
eigbbor," your life will ha?
lt'and fruitlessly long, Such living
iiiml-one nf the very nhl oaks that
I Tami -
I feet Hi .
having fulfilled their
bey would have bi ncr heen
t down in tbe prime of atrength to
,e of il tfl 'tabers, than tu simply
m fur all that la un"
inc in old
ne danger In this
? -the fear of creating a Ming of
in the head- "f those
io realise that al the best, their
likely to be nan
rd to toilers and such who are held
illy t" one pb* c ur
N .-i -inh a feeling of dis?
tent i- not proper; fur a
if tbe wo, . iy and
du them all - the
.. therefore thal you sn dun
very amati and
relation to ail the
tot worid ol effort be very Important
on any mau
i ie wi ,i.-i of
i Utan the task hefure ,
ihein or live a tot} narrow life. There
mids nu i (CUSS lor even the
limul ss nh a routine wmk
? ?I the mosl hopeless kimi living .*o
Darrow a hie thai he bas neither time
nor heart fur the progress of thaj world
or the need and sorrow sod suffering
of lu- neighbor.
I i ? ss. i iiIKiik..
Mr. Hightowei -st- thai bf hmm
unknown penoo on la-t saturday
night aa be wa- returning from ins
ilneas down town bo ins
linnie un ViiL'inia Ave. Tin re were
foul about hied. tWO nf which struck
Mr. Hlghtowe* in the Calf of his lex
making a deep Beek woond. Hr.
Bryant ex ii aded the hall and lie is
-uni tu he doing Well. Atpre-ent writ
ing tbe aulhuiities have failed bl Iiml
out anything in regard tu it, i; is
tbougbt ihat Mr. HigbtowefWM mis
taken fur tomt INN el-e, ag he has no
enemies ami i- a peat-caMe, quiet man.
Revival iwrvicessN iienigeuiniiicteil
at the Methodist .hinch this week.
Mr. Franklin nf thc I'rince Edward
L'irCUil ii a-sls(ino i hr pSStOf, Mr. Me?
rallen. Mr.-Vaughan is assisting
in the Binging, l.aige Crowds atleml
uni it is IhOttghl that iiiudi good will
Mr. B. F. tuck.-lt and daughter,
Mi? Helle, leave fol l.uui-ville this
whither thes an* -cut as dele?
gate- to Ukt general cnnveiitinii of the
liapli.-t church which convenes in that
Notice to Water Consumers.
Water lull-are iiuw tine ami tu save
be 10 per cent penalty upon all tulls
ct paid by May loth, ymi are rei|iie-t
d (neall at the Company's ut li iv ami
ettie ur notify tbe Superintendent
i hen he can collect If not paid bf
Ti, wahi will he shut oil With*
SUI HU I lui UOtlce, The ullice will he
'??en (rom B a. m. until I p. m., and
ruin 2 p. m. to "> p. m.
I- ak.mviit.i-: W ai ku, LrailT,
Hia i ami I'nw ku Cn.
-.nu. -ii ni|il. . of <(?. Illili; .
A Jersey (ny druggist is making a
oUectiun of the queer orders lie re
lum penple who scud children
dhe -lure fm thing-. Here are a few
ample* of them:
"lin-child is my little girl. I sent
uti live cents tu boy to dtlcss powders
ni up adult whu is sike."
I>i.ir Doctor, plas gtf baujajt live
?ii-e worse of Auntie Tu.xyne fur to
argie haiti's thrute and ohleage "
Au aux mu- iimi her writes:
"You Will plea* give the lettie hm
vc ,-nits wurtli of I'pcac fur to tlirnw
p iu a live montba old bato, N. H.?
be babe baa ? son -tumm ick.''
This mic pu//led the druggist: "I
ave a cute pain in my child's dia
i ini. Piesse give mjeon a*nmefhlng
? ia Tea-- H." A not her anxious muthcr
"My lillie iiahey has eat up its
ilnr'- pan-li plasther. Send au
iteilote ipii> k as pos-ihlc hy the en
oeed little girl."
Thia w riler ssa-1". dendy in pain:
"I haf S bot Hine in my insides and
lob I WOOd like it lo he extinguished.
'hal i- good foi tu extinguish it?
he Inclosed quarter is fur the pries of
al fxtingui-her. Hurry pleas."?
? York Sun.
itrai r.iiiiiiiiui ajsassa
You caniiut afford to -pend a little of
? ur Income to pay (bf life insurance','
u. How ahout your wife sparing
i of your Income w hen you are gum-'.'
leese wsaeenber tn a*k fur tlie eot>
ectofthc New York Life Insurance
impanjr. Psulettat Paulett.
I have he.ui a siitlerer fruin iTirmiic
arrhoeaevcf -ince tbs war and have
? tl ail kimi- "f medicines Ctr lt Ai
-t I fount! one remedy thal ha- been
-licet-- as a curs, and that ia cham
tlaiu'- Colic, Cholera ami Hiarrhnea
, nu dy. I'. E. Cki-ii.wi, (mais
ill*, L*X I'm -ale hy Cunninghaiii
\ -si-lei ii i -haraeti-i- named Ward ncr
bj Un- -ole siippurt of a church. (let
ll Un* ileacuii- he wrote the
Mowing limier the signature of tlie
troon whom he furci'd to ie*ugii:
"Brotben and Basten; I write to
Ta se I don't helieve Qod
se- Hu* church because none of yon
tillie. I ilnn't think you love each
her, lu ciune I never marry any of
ii. 1 don'l think you love nu- lt
'.',ii do nut pay nie my -alary.
,ur tluiiatinii- are mouldy fruit am!
?riny apple- ami 'By iheir fruit ye
all know ihtm.'
"Brotben, I sa going lo? bsttsf
ii called to lie a chap
n ufa iicnitentiaiy. Where I gu ye
mint now CODS* I goto prepares
nee fur ymi, ami may the Lord have
'i your -oiils."
Wmm* aVrll ami Look H. Il
A combination seldom fun ni In i
oe. Weat I* Often sacrificed tu
auiy, and comfort tobotb lt isn't
Id j i: Lewis cb.'a Wear-Resisten
ley |,,ok well mid wear well. Try a
ai at A. E. Crail'
Hoyne has a full line nf Furniture
or, chamber, dining-room am!
' in-uit lum befon yu buy
? ?ii mir advice
mut looking at thc Life In-uram-e
? iliad- thal We sell are -atidied.
ld il.lt A 1'aillett.
R.lurat" Ymir llnwt-la Tilth liiararrts.
Candy Cathartic, cnn- constipation farmer.
D.C. I ?, ret mid money.
Ilniolllatliiu llloo.l Dlai-aa-a.
. . nr. n.
in? rnadt though the) ur.- not
; .. many
n I n tl need to irs In
:,.,|. When that Ia
. .,r-. Thu beal purl*
,. ll does '
A stringent anti-trust hill hus passed
i- Minnesota legislstun.
inimUT of Indians in
n ida i- inn,i''t.;, au increase
i-r last year.