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? i lu
> W. Paul,-I' .
Ill tin- vt
No Ililli: lo I gline****
ii nulli liv int; ulm
- ii love
I ilil In
Volcanic Iii ii|iiinii*.
H. ( '
- when the children
lld when the
Bt?a*Sa?rk*8 Iron Vu..'
? I. Il
? i Wall Paper go to
o , ciiitaao or New Yoi lt
Mi-. .1 S. WI,uley lei; foi Ki. I
I. M. I 'lille.
i iKland returned
.- mt \ i-it.
tl ?lill I III" week l.y nil
. .| Hill (lee
i from tin- limul
'?ii-. 8, VV.
11 Ul iv ll |.
ue mus be
ni l.y neilin il',
alni K i
ie Holman, one of Danville's
uni Iel .
.Hy, vi hu baa
..? Mis. ,j. b, Wall, returned in
'iclimiiiui last wi
ll W'righi aiiti dan
Mi- .1 W. < aw Hmm and children of
a|i|H>m . al the h
I 'lilian, a !
?' lui -in vii Ia*. I.iil now livinu' in
lily, wa- in town Ihi
|i; Wnistuii, accompanied by
j s, neut tn Richmond on
? ml tim B V. P. I
Mr. <'. !>. Kleiuiug, tbeaigbl of
king after im
\. llaiiii.ek and hi- little
turned to their
nine i Hill Park, < ie
. itv, Va., mi Weduesday.
, ni the rjtatl N 'I mal
l tin- -nun.
i tin hi-, and vi Inn last
: toa ton,
Tin I. Sandy
b nt vi hom then
. .ne much pleased at secur*
Dr. I leo. I'. Bagby.
i- linnie is at the lira! nairn
I our common
i in-ti i it \- it is, tu view iii
hich people lind in fratricidal -
ni ueigbtx i-i ls! To tin m
no vu tue in effoi ts to beal and
trmouize, although the Master bli
Mr. J, L. Hart, editor of this ?
ding tin- Press
ition amma! meeting al the
ile baa for years
. of thi- body. M
Hart and In- sister, Miss Myrtie,
t with him cn Monday,
ludge Flournoy ought to be beard
I he old enjoy tbe pictures
true to life, while thc
? mphaalzed tbe
itlis of history wbicb text hunks do
'What a beautiful town you have,
?h handsome residences aud bush
ind splendid factories and vv
and well -hailed
from a si .filed
? of our citizeuH thc other d -ty. He
? i ?
Ve will watch with interest the
A Paul Bagby. Hi
i- triumph aller haul,
?%e thc plat*
I, I- full of
Itbful vigor and only avian- a
,m e in thc future
red timnils of ll
i;. v .Dr.
W ? : isl tbal he
a.uk lure. Nu \ihere
earth mon ih in lure dn |.pie of
.uti.ni "dwell tu
;ev Dr. MciIw on thc
lg in active ell rt for H. 8. (
li my. In quick -
<l ? > I llIU ..I I ll\t II ( lllllll ll
11? i iri
('i.uneil waa held rueadaj eveuing
July nih. 1899, Mayor Blanton pre?
siding, Present: Messrs. Bugg, Wall,
? ant Miller and Tiea-uti ?
submitted the following reports wbicb
? i ?
I..,- .-ii i
' 'Ul i.
' mi hand lani report
m. ni- ? - ni
moe tm linn.i
'Ihe finance Committee presented
thc following accounts against tim
I'M n, which, mi motion "f .Mi. i
?ult red tu he certified tu the I ii a
siner fm payment:
- 1 Tn
- .miii. coin nu I..r i...ii|.. r- '.. 7 ,
i.i. Noel, poll. ?
i. ii ,i i' . nunn
al le. I Will Ililli ^
i . M. W 7 71
l .. V. ml. [mi.i, ult. a I'. I I
r. iii for pauper i ??>
The committee appointed to draught
rei limns governing tbe
company, presented tbe follow?
ing a inch ucie adopted:
i-iimni between tbe town of
I .ii un Hie, Virginia, and Venable
d K iv im., i.i - et- of the Karna
villi L gbt, Heal and Pow?
lat. Tin! the Water Works Ik- sub*
inspection by tbe Watet < tom*
mittee of tbe said town al all times.
?Jud. That thc stand Pipe be Hushed
?nd cleaned every sixty 80 days, and
thal the water mains be flushed i
Um ly day R,
3rd. Ihai the vvaiei pressure shall be
indicated by a water gauge to he placed
mi .Main street, wbicb shall shun a
|'le--llle indicating 3d feel "f water in
Um Maud Pipe, ami fifty pounds gauge
pressure located in the basemen) nf the
lin. 'Ihai thc water -hall not, ex*
?epl in east nf absolute necessity, be
? hut ult'lunn all, nr any portion Or tbe
nain-, ut any times, except fur repairs,
ilterations ur extensions to the saul
nilli-, ni lire hydrants, and ii lien poa*
ilble only after 24 boura notice to con.
Hillel-, and in cases where maiiufac
uring plants an- affect d, Un- nine tu
?mh alterations or repairs shall
tl Upon hy the I e|i e-eli lal I v . -
if the water company ami tbe owners
: plants, and upon their failure tu
tgree, then ut such time as tie
Committee, aftei bearing tbs
estimony un boto snies, -hail direct
vv hen- Viatel Closets ale alJectetl
he water shall nut, when possible t"
? 'illili w lae, remain cul nil' fur
mitt- than ". bou rs consecutively; il the
mik cannot be completed in thal time
t must be stopped temporarily, when
in?ihie, ami the water again turned
at I'-ast mm h.,m, after which
inn- it may ne ?gain stopped for five
and -" until the wm k I- c.,ni?
nth. The -aid lessees nf the said oom*
any -hall keep al ihe pump bouse al
asl live tmis of coal, two curds of dr*
im- wood, fifty pounds of waste ami
? ms nf kerosene nil.
mh. Fur their failure tn comply with
ny nf the above requirements tin- said
-hall he subject tu a line nut tn
cceed fifty dollars
Tilt. Thal tin se ? und tinns -hall in
? manner be construed as to annul,
?ridge or repeal any of tbe provisions
' tbe franchise, ur of the hydrant con
nth ihe -aid town, ur nf the said
The Bond Committee presented the
Hcial bond of Sergeant Miller, which,
t motion of Mr. Rugg, wa- approved
,- the < 'niiiicil.
The request nt Mr. w. p. Richard,
in to be allowed to cul down trees in
nit of his store bouse was refused.
On motion of .Mr. Brambert, Mr.
range's salary, as assistant police,
a- raised from I i|M| to$600 per annum,
on motion ni Mr. Wall, dm Finance
immittee was instructed in examiue
I uld tax tickets and tn cull and de?
my all that an- erroneous ur agaiual
? lead nr that have moved away.
un motion the Council adjourned.
Poll., ll. yul..tl.ni.
rim full.>w lug mle- ami regulations
Winnie; the police "f Ihe lOWB Merc
opted hy the Council at a called
?eliul', held July .'lid, ?
I. When un duty tim police shall be
der the control <>f the Mayor, a- par
nf the charter.
:. While nit duty then services may
required f'?r any special occasion
lr the opinion of tin- m iv.h.
;. No police shall, al any time, be
gaged ul interested in the
rltuoua liquors, wines ur lotoxiea*
g drink-; mu shall any Dolli
liiuk uf litjunr, wine, Ac., within a
r-roora when un duty; neither shall
enters bar-room while un duty ex?
it in the actual discharge nf ins duty
. \> regular police employed by tbe
rn shall engage in any occupation,
ilness nr calling winch would ruo*
liiiti u:.lil, ur in any way hinder
ii in the discbarge nf lu- duties to
? town a- prescribed in ita
i. Should information nr oom plain I
uni -lillico III evulcnce |'."
,-, .1 io prove thal any part ur all of
? above named ordinances have i.a
lated, tbe c*J>t shah be dispoai .1 ol
per article 26 of the charter ><( the
i n, approved February lotta, 1890.
Om I.ii.iIiii.I. ? Ai. Om .l.w.l
Veofteu fail to appreciate the bonoi
n h belongs rn mir town and section
muse of the triumphs ami hu
- ami girts ulm :,fi, |
patieul lui- imus effort pam tbe
eal and an- graduated. Il.HMS we
?w them w hen children ami a* child
, vv e are slow In believe in them,
n when honored abroad.
lind rather than nmimy gives Char?
il ami standing In lou ns as tu nu n.
Mr.tH hi rai io cu.* ?<? xi ??, ii
KOKS, Vi Jul
I saw in y.
I. ut ai tide l.y W. M ll
men Ung on my article relating lo un
limn to this -.tull-. I Hunk W,
M. H., approvi 1 ol my HUggestl Wt
l-l. Thal we have the laud tu settli
2nd. Thal we ougbl to sell lam! un
bette*; term than wc du u
? able us t.. -eil lands
isy tenn- vie mii-t have -niue
mulley tu tin no.
Hut we differ in our opinions a- boa
tn Kel thal ninney. While W. M ll .
i- limier tim impression thal Un
ami Building Association plan oi some?
thing similar to thal will accomplish
the purpose, I differ from hm
two practical reaaona: Tbe I,..an ami
Building Association plan work*
factly vi hen- weekly or n.thlj
nieiil- an- Ihe rule as in thc case of
wage ? i be larmer, bo
is nut a wau- earner, hut a producei
and the nature nf hi- occupation ami
in- earnings, which come li
in compare with those nf tbe
earners, would nol allow lum tu join
any association formed mi Um Lian
and Building Association plan.
W. M. h., further suggests a clan by
Wbicb Ihe c.meru thal
lunney shall also hi' real
(stale, while I make the distinction
thai the party Who ha- Ihe rn
the trust company ami tim party who
sells land and Um real estate
should work independent fi.un
other. W. M. Il , overlooks ll
that I du wish tu -ce proper banking
facilities for n al estate ami lanni i
for tbe purpose of Immigration alone,
hut fur tbe general purpose of farming.
I w lab tn see capital loaned lu mir
farmers in enable them to Improve
their properties, fencing, tim
planting orchards, buying cattle, erect
-uch fm tm ns vt huh change tbi
products nf fauns into commercial
products ami Um subdividing of estates
br Um benefit <>( immigration are
? une nf ihe many iisi!ul thing* money
s needed fur.
I thank U . M. H., for lu- intel.-st in
his matter and I nope he will use lu~
nfluence to arouse public sentiment to
ce the necessity of getting hank facili* |
ic- (ni Hie fannel'. ,
W ? may dill'.-i a- In -nine minor
letails, hui I thank W. M. H., thal he
?i ith me mi thc main point. If
?i want to do something uh len, ti, il,
-1 >. .-nully,
I'll I. ."si III
ll \ I' I
Baptist Young People's Colon
i' the United States and Canada is
olding a mammoth convention in
iebmond. The capitol city la en*
lusiastic in efforts to vt. Icomi
i.ooo ,,r 12,000 delegates and \ isl
ul glorify tbe cityon th i James.
fill Slnl.ill.lt: ll?>.I Kim. K
Boys hate effeminate boots, limy tl
ant good, substantial, handsome .,
inls like ,1. I:. I.cw I- < d.'j v>
esister? int youl boj a pal
ni will he surprised bow long tiny
ill we u and look well. A. I. li
ls tllllll. ,,
lill. M.. I I ? Ho.
Major Richard M. Venabfc
; Counsellor and lawyer in Baili
me weill limn Prince Edward,
admited at Hampden Bidui
? ha- reached the acme of legal stand- st
g and makes it pay. He is princely in pi
s gifts tu hi. relatives in the old
univ and tu his alma mater.
II. \. I M. X -.Illili.
Ultln- good i'('"i'le of Farmville liane
ligb w hen Ihey Hunk ?>( tl
irt lime which Un- godly ni
linnie hi- loving, faithful minntra
is in uni l"W n. ruder the limila
is nf his church
nw than foul yen-. Hi- sermon
nlay night before tbe united con*
gallons mi "making -weet ami safe
borne*1 wa- timely, thoughtful und
\ ll v\ ukin- I - I
tinguished gentleman, we
proud I" mile, i- fast hie.mini: the
-t faiimu- counsellor and attorney
southside Virginia Hi- employ
nt by the commonwealth for Poa -
an county a- pn*secutor of the
ide iel nf lin- lille W. kl
nee "I hi- popu
.runty nt faithful service.
he noble qualities of ins honored
ter and saintly, consecrated mother
ie mit iii thc - ni more ami ni ue i
linn.Illnllnu III.I Dix nara.
, Mi| I Ut I ; <
? uilKli liic.v
le 111 a -1
? ,l hope i
I- I Hiv ht -
n otlmrs full. Kor ".ale by Winston *
? lenin of Un \ l? Wt*
Mrs. raiiin la West, who for several
ni-ha- survived ns* husband, .Mr.
e.X We-t, died fluUUlfT^' Ut llt>*7 ?
ur Wednesday] n. - ie had
t previously lulu ill, i'-rv'iiu; visited
e nf hei neighbours tbeday before.
I'he funeral will lake place from Hie
iv at lu O'Clock.
The Ellis Trial.
I'lm Illili nf this case a huh ha- elici
I ao much of public Interest ami at
tto.it. wa- tu begin mi yesterday, hut
.ia- nol though! probable that ajury
dil lie obtained in Um cltj ? Nn lit*
concern i- manifested bei
? i?ue nf tins (rial a- the young
uly 16 whu i- thc cuife?ed
lulen i of lui hi months "III chilli,
ille nut a native, -i tnt -eve:.il years
bel hie in Karmville.
Udgea Walknis and ('rule ai?
led with Mr. WeuHeuburg in her
i.i un 11.-rfcta
? . ami think nt Un- c -nilli;
? all the others put togi titer
Wonderful tbingi have h.en done ii
conquering thc realm of nature. Tin
Intellect nf man has brought lin- end'
of the earth into nearly Instautaueoui
luui h with um- another. Timi
to live five thousand miles apart ia tx
a i.ar tn communication than
lu hale lived live lilli.-- .Ipili III lill'
olden days. \,, language can lie Un
extravagant in recording tbe doings of
Ihe , ciiliuy.
world nf morals ami nf religion
i Ul the Upbeat al. < im- hun?
dred years ago we did well to call tbe
i woman "lim New Woman."
However, a- In all major points tin- in?
terests nf mini and woman
there can he tm "New Woolan" with*
"Ul al .Ililli' outline of ' I In
New Man." During tbe coming weeks
of the summer, therefore, this column
will endeavor to sketch lu- present ami
? ? characteristics, I rat, there?
fore, let Us COUSld
'Ihe ''New .Man" a-a boy. Bom
?ni tu, ju-t like all ..tiler genera
"f limn children, hi- mother
- in in- au opeu-air woman, with
an open mimi one who has nol beal*
tated in dip before marriage into the
wonders of biology tum who under*
Un- combined power
nf heredity ami nt environment, mid
i her husband accordingly.
Tbe man-child pressed lu her b
is uni univ beloved and Interesting
he represents in une the union
nf twu whn have deliberately called
him into being, hut also because he i
midi up, as -he fully understands, of
influences thal extend hack for genera*
ll l-'lll side-. She -ces l|| him
therefore an Individuality made up of
inline' ni work either fur or
lanius: bissui " S-. Hercbild becomes
i thing tu lu- studied fur his own sake,
n order thal fruin his tendencies as
hey -.linn upon Um surface of his
.Imoel transparent nature sue may
earn what she bas tn deal willi, what
n develop, what tu curb, SO that his
may he all that is possible,
The "New Man" as a boy, is tbe ra?
ul! nf lovi ami Intelligence applied
min i raid, so thal en*
Iroumenl shall mould inherited mi?
ami inherited impuhn
ht environment. He
a hen wc understand
icu human being is different
hun every lither human being, and
oust be treated differently or his na?
uru be warped and injured, ile i~ a
vin'.; protest against the old bullet*
?old method of education, where poor
tile Helled iu the lierce
rueible of Ignorant and unsympa
tetic training have been forced into
ned shape nf mind and nf at*
iinmenl no that ibey should think
ike, -peak alike, read alike, and 0 nm
i a like Shortness nf stature, when
linal w hal they might
lim rising nf the sun. each
?vi m.in a- a h.iy if righteously ('Ut?
ile Um wall-nf a feeble-minded in*
Itution will declare the beni of his
iwer before he is twelve years o!
ul lu- hie?ed mother, with bet i
ole open towards the shining of ber
in sun, will "treasure these Hunt's ni
r hciri " and thus -ce tn it thal nu
i nf righteousness is kept stoop*
ml tennona until
Illy. Ihe child nf lld' ln\e, at the
me Hine the child n( her I niel li ct,
.fi1 guarded fruin the unin*
a I Ional cruelty thal bas iu the pas!
nut race f<\ eil so many square
lures, w ith pain, with anguish and
th protest Into circular surroundings.
Ihe new mihi a- a boy, shall imt be
ced min precociousness just tu aecure
i' applause nf flail visitors, hut he
aiii.e developed rationally -Linly,
just a- mic would develope
rude landscape from the wild tangle
ml -tale. I'his I-. nut dunc
n din un' it all I.ie dead level
doing in la ire tbe
ginal outlines of tbe land, yet pr un*
timulating there a
ile ami expecting from ihe bleak
[bland never (he sam< a- from the
rm protected valli
i.. . . "V, is here already
the limn-ami- ul homet w In lc Illuth
live w li ? mc something mme than
Im- human reproduction.
e new min i* bera and being studied
.vim b ire him and tb
0 knows bim Um best, and -In-, willi
? enlightened nature, i- going lo
len! that hil ' $
rall as ml.
iee; thal tl i of the tv
th cou tai u h wm members ami thus
mit a closer individual study: i
ul he c.xcliati e of thought and
?ouclusions hm v. and
, i : ami lil.a ly, that the linn
he women a hu bave Um appoint
- -hall then.
Ul ul the fact Hutt Hie nhl il
?ointment \"< either head kn
.I ur p rlitical pull h I
-ed. in brief thai tiicday i- here at
m hen the n lucaiion, with
chi ne ry shall be din i ted towards
end -..lily, tbe development lu I
Ita latent ,
worthy predilections; thus ii
luinim uni human
lay and the I'u-t
da - 'law ii i- mi mir
? haine fni universal
a ,d wuii
:le fm omit i-.ti adaptive education
ow .m. i *??*
THE OLD DOMINION.
Brief Items of Interest Picked U|
Over The State.
mr d I'll.una- I.
and ls now at Rugby,
I be annual < reunion -.
the \ will he bi
AUgUl -her'- Hill, llll'lel ti e
BUSpil --hill- .
As m.- i.-iilt of Sticking a nail iii In i
Adam-, a highly respected Cbristiai
lady, died Sunday at Un- Wildl
In spui-vivania county.
Mi I leorge W. N < ? rm - k, ?
Wiucbestei - old and highly respecU I
v hile hi- condition waa i
although i" idly Ik-Hi i
The cuni. Ile Ill'.llUllleli
being erected al Masaanutten ?
tery, in W? dstock, t" tbe mem
tbe dead Coufl - I ht-1
will he laid with Masonic ceremony on
About ?> o'clock Monday mon
Washington Southern railway
liassing <lameroo Him cn
corn and driven by John Nevin, a
.-. lunn, r Tbe collision
Thc Kev. Thomas Mxon, Jr., will
move from < 'ape < 'harli- to In?
hume, nu Mobjack Bay, a I thin
Dr. Hixi.ii bas pureba*1
?f land, wuh a mile watei
and a large colonial residi ncc with
While returning to bis borne,
Hie, from tbe Fourth of July cele*
bratten at < apel Charles, Pearl I tefffgon,
a yoong colored mao, waa struck by a
train and killed. It i- supposed bl
waa riding along tbe track on
bicycle, ami wa- struck by ti
i te ps,
.Mr. T. Iluttcl, of W'iin i.
mured Mmnlay hy lulling from
i platform in the tl turing mill of w.
B. Baki i - B ui-. He is foreman of tbe
nill ami wa- standing on ? feedlui
?i hen be slipped ami fell lu the ll
I (stance of ten fret He struck on bis
ace ftiul was badly cu!.
'Ihe young ilainrhter nf Mr. W. C.
'.hint, an engineer on Hu- Richmond,
ricksburg ami Potomac railroad,
ms in a precarious condition ai the
! bel parin!-, in Ku d'
- nm re?iiit nf playing with matches.
he matches ignited, setting lire I
lothing. ."she wa- terribly hm ?
Saturday Mr- .leu. \\ Havener,a
imminent young greater of the I
..ttl.nt Valley, in Highland county,
lin tai ned yulte ? result of a
eavy charge nf lightning. Tbe huh
Ulick a SUgar tree in the pasture Held,
inler which wi ie standing seven fat
?year-old cattle. They were all in
I he body nf Mr 'Iii .in .- H mer a
lacksmltb who worked a itb bis father
i Burkevllli ind on tbe call*
iad track mi the Norfolk ami Wi
.ad, near that place Munday. Mr.
? .ri1.1 was returning from Pamplin
ul is supposed in have i
ith an epileptic flt, to winch be
tbject, and fallen from a freight I
i whnh h.- waa riding. The dead
an wa- about 2
i wife ami two children In New
I lil. ml In X...I I.
ie insurance man. after the fire.
lereil bea prompt settlement If itsa
inlett ,v- Paulet! policy.
Hhkai.ii and Wortdoalv jl M
i . m... i
Kunu n, V \., July !
Editor Herald: The farmers In this
i-tiim an- busy w nh their ci I
said that thc wheat crop is |
Laetitia and Alcye Allen left
'edin-.I iv for <'rene, w here they vi iii
.?ml -??nu time w uh relativi s.
i and family, ol
ive been \ (siting Mr*. Olivei '
mily for tbe las! two week-. They
Ni leave for Lunenburg this- week.
Misses 0 ely-, Maud and Laetitia
icu. M mile M. < law and Ruby Han
n, return*: d Sunday from a verj i k
iii visit iii Trad way neighborhood. ia
I Maud Allen w \
ive in a few d ty- t.. vi-it Mt
lliniin ,i. Miss Mabel Clare Ali. ?
ring Hie month nf August.
il closed at Douglass, i
'conducted hy Rev. Hanbaran and tJl
! nc closing sermon a
?ached Sundiy nlgbl by Rev, A. I. I'
mk 1 m. R i: u
WOOD'S NEW CROP s
Turnip Seeds; \
are now ready. r*
If V..UI- Mi 9 V'
I Seeds, writ.' to Ul f< ' J U
Our aim J
ind suppl'. J a
I in kind 9 yt
growth to tl w \lt
lltil. illl'l t f .| ;
Wood's Seeda ? ijoy. g
(k-rman Milli I. Il.nl?I f* j,.,
Keans. Crimaon Clover, etc., i amu g\
T. W. Wood & Sons, ' ?
Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. $ j\
Hairy ar Sand vetch. Rape, Wlater f At
turf or lira/in.' J A
Wheats. Oras-e* and Clover-, \ ru
^ni-aia. ura*-c-- -mu n??.ai
Turnip ami Vetjetable Seeda, f
Hyacinth-, tulip* etc. g) ..
'?'? ? I I'f li;.,
Ml bon has wi bsgua
? iraliing i. ... ., ,Jie
-ndi - m n High
' -i'll maii-iui. |
BDd Kddn 'mhard
-"ii. win, now own thc huh' . g on thc
1 ' v I'hird
'? ' **-*-*-? room f..i a mon aaoderu
The Masonic building opp-it.- me
ph Hut,-!, ami tba Hilliard
i. I" mve
l'1" mimed dav,- |.| f,,r
will furnish ti, witt, t|?.jr ,,
? ?.....I linn,i? aaaaaiaatoaa.
?i Nm th Stale is -tu -d hum
' tn centre mi ti ? subject
1'll,i ?-* >' Work in < minite,
' md . points, farmers
are thoroughly arri used ami are
ting tu Increased tazaiten a
I ulldlng Institute a .- h-i.i at
? 'hail..lt.- mi the llth at wblcfa hy
- iud n -iriicimi,
?lengthened We nf i mnvtlla
should lose im tim.- in organising a
RDOd inad- chili tu keep Un -llhjcct
?? instantly h. ,.pi,..
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'1 with .mi. and . ' ii .ra in
faiituin -mee In- I,,, Iii, ami au Unit wc
COUld do for him dill ll"! -.en (,. -ive
I li lilli] tij vil?
li!! d Cham! ? i i -*> ;i;1,i
Diarrhoea Remedy. Since g og that
remedy lu- ha- nut been trou i \\ a
want tu give you Un- te-liiu' I. d as an
evidence ..I'.mr gratitude, not nat you
tn ci ii in .-, i mr m i itonoua
remedv <;. m. Law, K.s.ki .. [owa
: e by Anderson Drug Co.
mm n ? ru aim urana*.
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tisements tn ba Inserted an. mg us lav?
al new- maltcr, and would p'? fer that
idvertieera dm tba ottaM i I .iiin- of
Un- pupat, Ihe rates fur | ??-..-ni-e
are luw - ' -pecia'ly rn
nontba ami yearly mutta -. The
ates fut advt nt-.og ailinn^ ! '..- lucais
vbicb have obtained with thu paiier
une its foundation, will bs rigidly ad
n ntl tn, vi/: ll.N CENTS per line
0 u. I ' ? - ntl p?-r
me fur i adi subsequent in ? non of
na mme matter. Th have
ontractawitb thc EfiKALO mr rags*
ir advertiaing, will he, :ure,
Jlowed a uniform rata of i crail
er lin ? fol each and every ii i . timi of
Og mai lei annuli,' tba local
I i. ...alni. 'I'l.kela
ie Norfolk and Weetara ral ...y are
daily lill September lb, and
-inp ult. Final limb October
lat, 1889. Before deciding where you
; , rn tied tenn. S ute for
- unmet Folders deacri*
lng hilly, Un- location and prices nf
ie nn- popular Springs, Kan.ile
ir- iii Virginia.
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