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Mt- J Mi
Mr. W. ii V
Monda a m mi li -
n . Walker I
Mr. W . A
v im ha
. nn hu hu- been \n-ith
me, retui ut
?mt of the
W.H. \N . nf Prince
it that the
hter of Mr
ille, will rel urn
and family, re?
in Ked H
? ol. and
? ? ion thal i
i upon any
? t, and
Mi. \v. P. Gilliam
i ll Will have
? Ue town council iu
>f making tin
u Ide from the
Il ha- time l" .?oii-ii. i un, ii j,
nm. failures, lt takee
waler in make watermelon*
i ;n>l too ininti of il
Mi. Paul Jones, who ha- been bring*
?j n.' ii- ol | each*
. eui.lie benefactor. Hoa i- n
w i apota
Vi - never liean thai
n inn.I Pani bad an umbrella big
'' ? ?? -hiei.i tia d from Ihe
in.hneil enemy. Ile n.iII !?
? - M C. A. ..I' I'arniNi
the la-t quarti i baw
tendance ami iutereel is every
daj Improving, ihe management i
ei|iii|i the gj nina
1 Um- adtl. a i null
? t he furnishing of the
ada nf our
uphold thi- in
ii hy moral and Quanda! aup*
. tn ie elevated,
Wuh I inger nlgbti our
:? I'l.iit these
? a tu. el V\ il I ni Iii. iii.
? lt -ita
ini- are too
'Le -' n ami cheerful,
. Mord i 'i youl neigh mi-.
ber nw can
i 1 .ni,
Ai,.ii, ? ( ,, n.uii Katawa,
Ai di, ns Carnegie -tate- thal he
thing in tin- country that
will '??? Hildy with the
han lin- public
"ml- in the United States, Only one
..li" hi ! am! I raveled
u through Km .pecan estimate
If ad hal NNt.iild ll.nv ir..in
iiniiai i.iad- In our own country, lt
would really change the couditiona ?f
he life in Ihe rural ami agricultural
i ii- i- Ih" kimi uf work
hat justifies th Ininti-, if
i raise e on*
? my tn delay -ueh work.
Tin \.\\ Plan ? 'i ll'.ii.mrri.
The Karmville Building ami True!
lompauy, up m the recommend i
if its directors, has incorporated in its
ylaws an unusual though mosl de- !
feature in interest of those n\ bo
Ni>h ! ii re il
it-en that Hie borrowet had tu pay his I
????ii t lil v installments for an Inderi a I te i
lelind. I titler the li.NV I.N
.- th.t lin- J
ry tu mature bia -
nd pay hank Un- luau will nut ?
I 'ii- i- an inducement fur
nn h i.'h is oflen d, sn far a- NNe t
i, hy nu other luau aaeoi la
ii Un- country, ami prospective bor
Kill,,I M nu. .ala* i'
i ..... :- ?:
uni after ii.uk
ii_- a few fl walking fur
lia linnie near Toggle's Tank. \\
hunt f. it ..f town he - it
ti\Nii alougside H.- track and '
isl ht.und fi
rain struck him and so injured him
bal he died during the night Dr.
led the injured man
? lam i ned .
Hind that his w ninds were fatal.
I had a jury -uin
IOUI 'I and au ii . helli, the
eitli't leiiiir in accordance with the
iinji).*, umiii- Party:,
and happy ouUng party is
ampin i Mn.-, twelve miles
i timberland coun*
Ile I'll j
mi Miiry Berkeley, L-oulieOralle, Her- (i
ie Davi Morton, Nettie j
ilorton, (thea Si itt, a
Bead Boykin, Mr. Bondurant,
nih.?, A. E. Uralle, W.J. (1
w i mis, lt 8. il "| i 'ii. K.eh- |
nl-<ni and Mulline Mm ton.
lt. I alni.
? -I the yi
: otli.'hi on
-h.mid iiml ii- way h- ie.
y m. ground fur -i'll
larm. Should one hundred cases lie
? ?nhl t
to doctor, o
alive- ur *
Experience in past epldein
ly in Bichmood in 185 - Hie
iii that yellow fever cannot l?e
I tin- elevation ab ive md
limn the deep water. If,
lien, .mr "cities hy tin- -ea" l?
ii- open wide mir I
? I inMic refugees i"
?etiun and health in mir midst
u,l, v. immunity from epi*
. .nd. Iel u- grate) illy
uvite the less fortuuate to !"? al
It'.lih.il III' l.in.r.
A -lartliii.' lui ld -ni of Which Mr.
Philadelphia, nn..- the
I by hun as follows:
? ifni coudition.
iiii.-i yellow, i.ve
? - m. ai'i'i '
w lug NNe tker day bj *
.n nie up.
ately, a friend advised trying
I md I . my meat loy
n?| au bottle made a
-,? for three weeks, and am now
i well man I know they saved my
, ? of another
? lld fail to try
,, . centa pei bottle al
foi Furniture and yu
Aili -ave yourself monet.
DEATH OF H. C PAULETT.
Hi Kisses Away at Clifton Forge While
En Route Home.
At 20 minutes tu I ..'dock Saturday
morning, July 84th, 1810, at the lintel at
Clifton Forge, Va., the redeemed -pirit
of thie godly i""" lefl Ita frail tenement
of clay fur its building of God, it- bouea
OOl inaile wit li halide eternal in the
Mr. Paulett wa- .1 year-nf aga and
hail been in declining health for mme
and ahum the l-t uf June he left
hume fur the Munroe Ked Sulphur
Mprlngs, hoping to receive benefit from
healing watara Bul it wa- nol
in them to arrest the pregNM of his
dn-ad di-ease, and while un his return
borne be breathed his wu- out quietly
ami peacefully In the oweenee <?f his
frllle ami brother, Mi k. li. Paulett.
<>n Sunday afternoon, at the Meth?
odist church, the lae! sad service- .vere
held, conducted hy his pastor, Kev. T.
McN. Blmpsoo, aeelatod by Kev. n. M.
Hope, a?i-tan! editor of the Richmond
Christian Advocate, a funner achoo!
male ami clam mate in the ministry,
and Rev. Dr. Harding, past.ir of the
Presbyterian church. A lar^e crowd
attested tbe esteem in which lie was
held, and paid BOTTOWfUl trihute to bia
Mr. Paulett was one nf Farmville's
m. i-i honorable and high tonedctUatnt,
ami mie uf Methodtem'a mool worthy
repreaentaUvea and faithful servant-.
ia imt a iiuisy worker norademoo*
atrative Christian, bul he waa eaiueel
mid could alwaya herelied upon to lill
the place and discharge the dutie- a
?igned him. For fifteen years he nvil
-iipeiintciident nf the Sunday school of
bis church, and a more careful, pains?
taking officer could not have been
found. He luved his church with an
abiding affection, ami he waacbertehed
i.y his pasturs ami honored by his
iielhien. He served his generation
Faithfully by the will of God, and he
reeta hon hi* labors and ins works do
In res|M-ci tu bte memory the Sunday
?clioul children assembled iu the ha.se
ment of tbe church and from therein
i h.?ly inarched up stairs to the funeral
During the coona of his remarks
touching tbe Hie and character nf the
lei iii-etl, Mr Simp-tin -aid: "Kmther
Paulett died in Hie faith. Year.- ago
ie accepted the Savior, amt through the
retying fortunes uf the changing years
ie tried tn walk in the way of Ula
?iiinniandiiieuls and to serve the
?hurch. In the fal! nf 1 -ST", he shxxl at
he dun: of OUI annual cuiiference seek
og admlaalon Into the travelling con*
ie.Pun as an itinerant Metlnxlist
machar. Fur live years he went in
md nut in eames! diacbaiga nf the
int it-- that belonged tu his position,
md then al his own request, Without
be abadow of a complaint l'e reiired
tum the active ministry tn the rank
?f Ihe laity tu serve with as diligent a
land and as willinga heart as ever.
"I ll the sphere nf hu-ine?I OflbttB, li?
ll that uf the pasturate, he Bought tn
bow himself approved unto (.od?a
Milkman that needed nut tu lie '
?hamed, Hit work le dont no mon
viii he appear in Ins accustomed ]
'larc-, lint hi- Influence and example
nil linger. May his pun mantle, mi
III I led by apot ur stain, fall mi other
Mr. I'aulett leave-a wife and tluee
hil.lien. His father, Mr. K. S. I'au
ett, and two hmthers, Capt. S. W.
'aiil.tt and lt. H. I'aulett, and three
loton, Mrs. J. M. ("rufe, Mrs. William*
nu and Mr.- <'. F. Btlgg, als., survive
The hurial was made in the Farm
illecemetery with Masonic bonon,
Y. M. C. A. Moira.
Un- Board nf Directors of Ihe V. M.
!. A. held their regular monthly meet
Og Nh.inlay night
Nut having the time tu attend tu the
mies nf President, Judge Crute offend
?Ignttlou which was accepted,
mi Dr. Winston was unanimously
booen a- his alienator.
ihe financial report for the quarter
eginnlng April loth and ending July
nth was as follow.-:
cm.i.i i i tom,
le inlier-li I l's.t 11778
. ?? '?>
Total . .? ???
Of thia amount tS2.98 baa been ex
ended in titting up rooms and paying
iii rent expen-e-.
inly Howard called attention tu
be fact that while the actual running
xpenen fnr the quarter amounted lo
13] 81, receipts for memberships and
alli- for the same period amounted to
I2SS.75, a (lillereiice of only |8.86,
lna-much as a V. M. C. A. is usually
uiisitiered furtunate if one-half or tWO>
hud- nf it- current expenses can lie
I.tamed from memhers, the fact that
be young men have pani burtaen*
Ifteentba of the eotta is eneouraglng aa
bowing their interest, and proving
rbal can be dune in the future.
The liath mums were well patmni/ed,
vereiu'ht hundred baths having been
aken during the (piarter.
The necessity <>f having a gymnas
niii waa <ii-?weted, ami a ntfbodof
ohing nie needed fund erteeuggeeted,
i Inch will l?e acted ujion at a future
Mr. Howard retorted that after
otlectlng reliable subscriptions, mily
.,o additional was needed to pay the
nure indebted nen far Utting np thc
....tn-, and an etlort will ls-made tu
aise at least a part nf this amount.
How many unifies do ymi poteen Of
e. real value to you, yet coull! lie turn*
d Into mmiey by selfing them tu ... mit
me who does need them? I will, for a
uiniiii-sinii, place these articles U-fnre
he public and DO doubt lind a nur
?ha-et. Anything DOW from a Jack
Knife tot I.neumutive. Who will be
be I'n-t to try me?
H. W. Pait.ktt, Ju.
CHARGED WITH ANOTHER MUR?
Alleged That Hali Carter Waa '?
First One Murdered by
Thos. W. Price.
Intone! continua In tbe ?
Thouin W. Prue, whan con*
and aentenn foi tbe murder "i Hall
Carlet, re-t in th' bandi ol th
amor. The appeal tm ezccutive clem?
ency le eigned hy over eight hundred
citi/.en- of Prince Edward, and ll
peeled thal the < toveruor'a di
nviM be malle knowe in the cou
another week. If unfavorable to thc
priooner, be will be banged on Tues?
day, Beptember Sth.
There ha- been considerable talk nf
another murder alleged tu bavi
oommlttod by Prin before he abut
Hall Carter. Simm; color wa?
the Htartlinur -t"iy hy a lettei MO I last
week tu the Richmond Titnt ? fy a
merchant nf Darlington Heighta
lettei i- eztraordlnarj, and aaja:
"Mrs. T. W. Puce ha- BCkllOW I'
to Mr. Fdward Slim ter, of tin- ,
that Mt. Puce did kill John Baker
ai mut Bevon "i eight yean ago hy it rik*
int,'him over the head with a stick of
"The al.nve will lie -wmn tn
an officer, if necessary.
"NOW let -..me nf the I'lieinl- !:
signing the petition -end -nine help lu
uld Mrs. Price, nv hu i- in a destitute
condition, hardly anything tn live
Upon, and -ink.
"None nf the papen that bavi
crying pity, pity, mercy, men
the nhl man have tnought or been in?
formed of the conditions and surround*
Inga nf Mr-. Puce.
"How many nf thc aignon fur mercy
will -end her MM dollar tu buy lui
medi. inc ami something tn eat '.'
"Thia end nf the count] baa imt bet o
fairly trialed or beard from. Tbe
abnve i- reatly for investigation."
Regarding tin- letter tin .
The '/'inns, nut being willing lu pub*
Heh BO grave a charge, tunk the n\ i
BtiggeoUon thal ll nee.led Investigation,
and a careful Inquiry tend- lo .
the Chargea in the letter.
A HfiM repreeentative, who fully
Invntlgated the cbargn, writea that
Mrs. Prue ha- signed a deposition, ill
which abe atates thal -he did imt re
member to have made anj atatemenl
about Price killing Baker, and that he
ilnl imt kill him.
Theoomopondeni further nye:
"l lind that Mr-. Price la nol
itarvlng condition, and thal her rela?
tive- an- allie and Willing I" can I i
"Parties ju-i (rom then state abe baa
abundance of fund, and thal abe denies
having -aid what the lettei NViitten
"I have seen her depositi'iii al-o to
thia ciied, taken today, lo which she
?laim- that -he did DOl make -m-h a
she abo auld to panie- present that
?ertain parties told her if -he would
riga -ii'h a deposition a- the lettei
[uihe Tunes claimed -he would
[hey itu- panie- attempting i"
Lier aign) would -ec thal -he wanted
nothing during tin- reel "f in -
she is very old and in lui <l- :
'lin- neal -.--ion of the Virginia
High Behool will begin Tuesday,
(inlier 12, 1899, ul '.' O'Clock a m. I
the Busineoa Department will he added
?bonham! and typewriting. For fur
thor Information address
N. c. Starks, Pi in..
Fki.iu n. Vi , Aug.
Editor Herald:--If it were nol foi
imtracted meetings our iiciglibnih.I
Anuld ceitainlN seem tb-ci led, for in
dead of plenty "f yoong peopl
Moally) all of the k'irl- are nil on -mu?
ller trips, several luiNim; left thia
or summer neorta In Wythe county
md the inuiinlaiii- near by, Couse
juently tba boy- are imt taking
nteresi that they oDce manifested in
his old neighbi il.I.
All of the Mt. Pleaaani congregation
tenth) the children's Day exertion
it Weeleyan church, Meberrin, Bun
lay. Large crowds lunn different aec*
ions of the country wen then to near
be "well-gotten up" exerclsea by tbe
?hiidren, under tin- management of
Misses Sarah Hardy and Mamie Taylor.
Mr. Willie Kdwarda, of Danville, gave
? very intere-ting talk on "The need
if Sunday schools," alter M bel
\. L. Franklin gave the dillereui nmin
if having a thrifty -'hool.
The farmers of tin-vicinity have no
leaton to complain of dry weather.
Kev. Tyler and Homily, an spending
:he summer with Mi-. Richard Btokn,
he mm hei of Mia. Tyler. Mr. Tyler
las lieen preaching m Kentucky for
?venl year- and ezpecta tu return in
Mr. Kichai.l Beete, flrom ??County
[due," s|>ent BatUlday and Sunday in
Tho watenneluii crop -erin- lo be
-trite a failure m tin- neighborhood
lt la thought that the "Fe!d"ii I
*i!l ba seen in Farmvllle oftonei aftei
;he gund mad- have ,-,.ine in |
Rt?. Tyler will till Dr. Murray'a pul?
lut at Dane's chapel Sunday afternoon.
Mr-. Kate J"!ie- i- Writing i.lilive
Matter John Carter, nf Danville, la
.isiting Mr-. Henty W.1 thi- M
Mr. Willie Gray, of Cumbertaod, ia
liuw the glle-t Of Mr. W. T. DiggO.
Mr. and Mr-. Landon l'mhly
in this neighboi Imoil -atiiiday, Sunda
Miss Maiy Priddy i- vloltlng Min
Martina t.allagher thia wuk.
Several of mir ymiiig lathe- were in
Farmville a part of this week ta
the public s?h....1 examination.
Children'- Din e\.i. i-.- will ta
at Mt. Pleasant mi the muming of the
fourth Friday in tin- mooth, lu the
evening there will ba a leeton given to
the children. R, Iv R.
A HOME FOR LIFE.
Such is the Offer ot an Old Soldier to
Mrs. Ellis Interested in the Wo?
Ki. iniiiiiiii Dispatch,
Mr, A M. Pettigrew, who lives with
III- WifB al Mullett-N lilt-, Allder-.Ul
county, a C., lia- ..Ih-red Mrs. Lizzie
M. Flli-. iiiinn in the a-yluin at Wil?
liamsburg, a home with them during
their lifetime, ami a boan of ber own
at their death,
Thia lettei wu addnaaed to the
Sheri fl ol Richmond, and la beautiful
in it- concern for the young woman,
lin- nn riling NNa- il.uie with lead pencil,
bul i- aa clear aa print, univ the letten
ne th,,-,, linnie by the hand pal-it-d
With age. Mir. Flii- has-urely found
a friend in this aged, and DO doubt
worthy, stranger, Following is the
"Moffettsville, Anderson county, B C.,
"July 17, i.jjj.
Slr, I iiml this announce?
ment iu the Atlanta Constitution OD*
closings Richmond apodal telling >f
noniugby Mts. Ells of ber infant
daughter hen- some week- ogo i
M ide tn ktiuNv if il i- true. If sn, nn hat
?line nf Mr-. Fib- thal is, the
linne giveu in Un- paper? If a- re*
ported in Un paper, -he muel lie borne*
- d iii ill-ire-- Now, 1 am an
ifederate -ol.lier, fought under
old Stonewall Jackson nearly all over
.1 Mar] land, wa- at < let?
ty shu rg, Pa , and at lin- -urreiidei. I
nu ucl i im-up io years; so la my wife.
We me alone inly have one daughter,
mal lied nuNV. If Mrs. Flli- ("lil
I. released, ur pardoned, I
Ui mid be glad to gel her tu cullie and
live nv itli ii-. We need -uiiiebudy very
nm. h. My Wife i- imt able tu attend
to the duin-s uf housekeeping. And, if
i doanytbing to help the woman
out of the difficulty she la in, picone do
bo; and il -he will ciine ami live with
ii- I Will give her a gund hume, board,
sod clothes, and .are fur hermy life
iiii I give her a Imine uf her own
at my death. Please do all you can to
help bel mit. I want you to write lue
ail yuii know about the woman. Boo
mu be akin to nie. I have relative- '
.Tinville, and at Lynchburg, too.
Who wa- -he before married'.' A-k
lui tn write to im. Pinto do all you
cm lu get her out of the scrape, and
to come to ll-. We need help badly,
and it i- mighty -
"Please reply -nun.
"A. M. Phi ii(ii:i:w."
Mi Pi ttigrew eiielu-es w itli bia letter
thc .lipping fruin the Constitution of l
June 29th, Which he refers to. Tin- '
; iii u Mn. Lizzie Bills, of '
Farmville, aged 17 years, had killed '
moutbs-old child by giving it
laudanum, and then attempted to kill
herself; also told of the confeooioo to
, lor and of ber denrtion hy ber
husband, of her abject poverty, and
te tu kill ber baby and herself in
coming tu Richmond.
lin- South Carolina veteran knowe
nothing of the trial, of her acquittal, <>f
the charge of child murder on the
ground of insanity, and her cunliiie
iii'iit DOW at the asylum.
IL- letter will be -cut to her at Wil- '
liamsburg al once, she can mply to it
ir not, a- abe sees beet Coolee of the
paper- telling of lier family and her
trial ami acquittal will be sent to Mr.
Pettigrew by Interested peroone In tins
rm, iu ra* t-aavgaa Oranuizr.i
Al Ml Jackson, Wi., AugUOl -. 1896, ,
tbe Virginia reacher-' Co-operative (
ares organized fur the porpon ,
uf furthering the bee! Intonate of the r
acbool wink nf the Slate. At Farm?
ville, Va., August j, 1899, the Prince
l.dwaid Cuiiiy League wa- organ i/.ed
w nh ihe follow lng officers:
Pu -idi-ii! N. ( . Btarke, Principal of
I lc Virginia High Behool ,
Vice-Pre*, iden! Miss 8. B. Dickin*
(rorresponding St.retary- Mi-s Rmi*
ly Ku 1.1.
I i.i-iii.-! Mi-- Mariina Gallagher.
Superintendent T. J. Qarden was (
preseul with his sympathy and co- (
. |o||. (
Tbe object of this easoclatlon is tu
build up the school work of this eulin- t
ty and to aid the State League in its t
greal mi?ion. .
Ihe next meeting of the County
League will be held un Hie la-t Satur
. nilli next, at Hampdeu
M.iu.y. An effort will bc made tu
make lb.casioD one of inti
teachers,school trustenand all papua
desiring to manifest their Intone! In
educational work, are urgently mquttt- .
ed tu be prnent, l
i.ii.iii SmiiIImi) ( ioiiIIII.iii.
Di Anderson and Mr. ll. F. Wall,
ut the SaintaiN I iiinnnitee of the Town
Council, made an tntfpectlcu Tot
of a number of plana auepeetod of ht*
idly kept, ami their report Nva.
iii.i-i gratifying They wen Burprioed
at tbe cleanly appearann of all ibo
dong (.rncer's branch,
and all uthei | 0 mien examined by
them they said wen in sanitary oonda- I
lion. They ri- immend, bowevn, that I
tbe Mayor instruct butehen to keep a l
lUautlty of -lack lune in slaughter (
ii ritsea and aftei every killing it shall
i ten d about the place, Thia
et mal suggestion and
we true) thal the order will be given
by the Mayor and rigidly enforced.
\ I- il, n.I Iii "arni 1?''
min. after the tire.
Il ne a prompt settlement if itt a
H a Paulett policy.
B baa a luil line Of Furniture
for pai I'll, t hanmer, dining-room and
i him Iiefure yuu buy
>? ?? t'rop
Turnip Beed DOW OD sale at H. C.
I'r-arlit ll-i> | li?iiKli|a
The New Man-Spiritual Wlih bl
brou fanned by the 'lawn uta n of Um
new century, the DOW man fae.- th.
light ami puts !>eliiiid lum the OOOtUt
les of hlack bigotry and liunleii-uim
BUpeiatltlOU that have made man ?
-iiuggle towarda apiritual llgbl Been
a cruel nightmare. The mw mau
spiritual, declares in favor uf a -pint
uai explanation of man'- dlvenifled
powen and deed-, but at the same time
he denies the right of any OOO D
any -d of men to claim that those
spiritual power- eau be i kueifled,
labeled and cribbed into one bm "i
belief or into mic pre-uidaiiiiil tn
development. He adm itt Hu- mu.li
pre-urdinatiuii that a- -indy a- tba
wallis nf a river gain in volume .
they How and glide uiiNvard to the
depths and breadth- nf the -ea. -? -lin?
ly shall man develop in lu- -piritual
experience onward fruin darkness
upward fruin material fm ms ami ct-it
ninnie- until he lind- the DOWeral the
centre of all tbingB tu he the trntli ff
all things. Vet, lilied with tend.
gard for I bon w Im camm'
does, he contends f..i freedom nf
though! Deeann all are nut equally de?
veloped in spiritual understanding; foi
as with the river so with the Stream of
human life, the di..ps that atc liven in
the furiuiis mountain torrent kunu
not yet the full breadth to which they
shall anive and so du imt even im?
The New Man Spiritual, sees until?
ing tu be dreaded in the fuller kimwl
etlge thal ha- come tn ii* ,,f DOW the
worlds an and why they ewing then
iinle- with Infinite accuracy. Th.
inure the dlOCOVerin the greater the
advance away fruin the putxllnga of
the savage toward a knowledge that ia
mure exact and that, being inure ex
net, makes the creator of all Uringa
-eem inure wonderful and inure ad.li?
lllie. The MW man due- imt dread
Ihe gropings nf scientist- anning Ihe
?icerds nf life and he welcuine- every
new fad that makes ns understand the
menes- of life in its material npecta
throughout the ranks, In myriad forms,
if all thing- that live. Thc law ofevo*
iition and the laNv that li \. -
lo not make bim dread the dethrone
neut in human minds of a creator,
ili-sed forever and In and over all.
I'lie more he knows the mon certain
Ines it seem that naught hut an al
nighty power cuiiid have brought life
a the surface nf a planet wlm-e cle?
nents wen gathered in the uniniagili?
lllie heat of DtholoUt vapur: and the
nore certainly will he .-relit to the in"
erpoaition Of that almighty puNver tbe
bet that human beings have within
hem a something that sets them above
he other forma of life.
The New Man-Spiritual, kioka OUl
iver this great wurld and bock alutig
ill the ages nf struggle and of effort
md he claim- fur all the striving sutil
>f men in whatever degree they hi I
lodentood their auperlorily to tbe
a share in the spiritual progress
if the race. He venerate- a- pail ol
lu- spiritual history of the world every
brm of belief, ii" matter bow wend
md uiirea-o!iab!e it may BOtm to lie;
ur he sees in it a proof of the reaching
ip of m -"ul to tin- Bodentandini
iod Looking out Nvith the unbiased
?ve of hopeful judgment be sees al
vork a great law of spiritual evolution,
Hinging the perfect llgbl Into ei idem e
is a result of the glimmerings of
piritual insight when they Uni began
ii show upon tin- horizon of the human
nind. Tba new man spiritual, i
eady tn declare that a belief marvel*
msiy remote from btaowo io different
inly in degree and DO. e?cntially in
lind. The ni-NN man, therel'.iie, th lilla
villi UM -elise thai imt une man but
ill men, that nut une tribe but all
lilies, that not une generation but all
yiieiatiun- are -weeping forward in
ot towards troth; tod believing Uria
n his suiil he can be patient amid dis?
appointment and Brif'pocseeaed amid
Tbe Kew Man Spiritual denies that
here ever has been sn far a time winn
he human race ur any part nf it ha
indnrttood in full the poareror tba will
if the almighty centre of things. He,
h.-iefuie, holds thal all religion- aye
em- -imply take their place- a- Step
ling stones fur the DTOgnn of the
ace; DUI a- I hat progress ha- DtVei vd
cooed, n do eyatora eiaboratod in tbe
mrtial darkness nf the human BOUl ha?
ver yet been mon 'ban a atoppiag
tune. Hi.tetitls fur the rea-uiiable
less of this position liecause t Byateffl
nude up with human elements univ
epnoentt spiritual truth crystallized
tito the human ideas nf the time, ami
ts a cniise.|Uf nee DO BOOUM 1- a -y-tein
brmulatod than it begins to grow old;
yet every truth buried in a
ooner ur later bursts the band- of
leath, lays aside the grave cldlu-s, ami
uines forth again t<> live. Tbe net
uau?spiritual therefore, ls full of tin
ii.-piratioii that OOUMa fmin I"
lerfect know ledge lo U- lieaiel In ll
iow than it ha- etti >d been iii Um
riotory of the noa Aleo he can- bul
iltle fur himself a- tu whether perfect
tnowledge shall oona during tbe tom*
Mirary span of hi- material life, Ol
vbetberita foll gloriw ehail be under*
tooti when the spiritual is no lunger
Inthed and hampered and drawn back
lythe physical. Hi- only can ls thal
is he gains light lu- shall give light,
md that M he n-e- up into the eleni
itmotphen above UwdariUlngeanyone
if human wretchedni ill lift
ithers with him. Thoa is he happy in
petting simply that he rn |
The New Man .--piritual ln\
rho love truth. Truth is his meat ami
ii-drink audio the strength nf it ba
?oes forward. He bind- none lb
no, ion . d. i i ail men ? ?: oil Brinda
In Impe- 0|| timi"- | |
i ii. i in,m... mt s,. ii i san.
Editor Herald I '--t I irmvfllo
u.tl now th it I un per?
mitted tu walk vuiir si UO the
wonder ia thal i should have gone
OWaj ni -eal. h of a i- .ii. Having
traveled fer and wide, aud been moch
. mi- when th.- "m-h i- -.nd io
be on, i am a compete. i tba
tad that Ih
improvement righi lu n thoa I haNe
folllld i-l-ew .
I wa- iu ( the meet*
urable lire that -lined the chariti? of
tin- whole country, and some ye i
" ' thal when the sean had all beta
heeled, end on every hand I board the
ibo iii ? w.i- u> ue." Farmvllle
ha- been raved "a- by Bra,"and ll may
"I found it brick and have lefl lt mar*
* I lett it brick an I found it
marble. The only objectii n that mi
"Itl-Iinier can li. | uaiige
f..r tba better ia found in the tad that
lt leave, im,, ni ||?. eu||.lill mi uf |,in
u h.. wondered "when bi
wa- al I ? .i.;, ~ tn , ^ y**
lo-t ..I. i. mid un- oonataot*
ly confused aa tu my nckoniog. How
?ur towering ta. ;? rice, ami
bow in Impo led fronts
mi Main -lied. The shade lice- have
kept pace with your building boom too
ami where I hil a -aphng I lind a
graceful tree hiruiahlllg grateful shade.
Nothing adds mon to the glory and
beauty "f Pormville.
lia- everybody In town a ptoeaun
i me limn
-'-.-ui- ao. iii.- luina i- ever.
lt Could not grow in vain,-, the writer
being judge, aa it wu- .uni loUwnaal
uf all mineral watef - Kool DOOan
wen uevi i mon benuUfUl, ami l am
-ute I DOVet MW ymir people a- a gene?
ral thing mon cheerful. Ai d still the
iide.if progress owetpe on, laking with
il -nine ancient lamlnniik-. Om nf thc
Behn of the old new -uni un- have
and, and dow out i f ihe ooo*
I'li-ed ma? of brick am! i.tar and
limber consequent npon t i pulling
down of the Hill Kleon
,- tWO DlOi i. .-lin?
houses, fl) companione nf helargnl
and the best What a blsl > gatbtn
aboul then buolnen central Ami all
Hu- tu be followed bj n ? pulling
down and building up. The ni .-ic nf
nw and hammer dow w uonstantly
-i the mw ami imp og eran*
boon and otorage room, will woo ht
m.leaul by the volume which will
?ni Hie building nf au ither ma
-onie temple on the-pol -o mig dedi?
cated to the non "f H: | | and
honorable order, Trulj Farmvllle Jun!
now i- th.- subject of congratulation*
and yet a- I oflei linne I am -ally re?
minded Hut -lu ha- been lo i ,-- Well
since I la-t walked her .-ti. et.-. Ioho
Doy ne, one of tbe oldetl ol her butt*
in-- leple-elllal.Vi - III- di, i. tin- t NVu
Mi-Kiniieys, the two Cuoninghamo
Fitzgerald, Dtcklnoon, Whitehead,
Johnson, Farrar, Kt ed, tl. Hoopei
brothers, Zimmerman, Mi rria. Cowan.
I lilt i<f the a-lc- ami oil! nf I he debil *
bouses arin again, bul thenour friends
we du nut hope tu return to the old
Shall are not live again in the
"mw carib ." R I! IL
iTmi Ttarehblag Benda etat
I quickly leave ymi. if Non ootrj
Dr. Ki - inda
, ne proved their na i
merit I shoe,
Tiu-y in ike j. H.- Demo
iiiiii build up Nour health. E
Try Hiern. Only .'
? v White >v
I ,,, ?.(., m.IImi; ll,, 1,1 K ll,,, ka
Boya baie effeminate '?" ta They
wanl good, aubotanUal, haodoome
boote like J. P.. Lewia Uo.'a Wear*
Besisters. Uel ymir buy a pair ami
you Will be I I they
will wi ai and look wi ll. \ E. Cralle
To 1 in- (.lp..tun. 1 iv r.
if i .'.i'i:,,, H.oney.
. i. on good Work
Horse. Apply tu J. P. Lao total.
Fal in ville. Va.
\ i rlgbiftal Biiimicr
Will often nun a horrible Bum,
i ut or Brui
"ie b.-t in tin world, will kill the
pain ninl promptly heal it- ' an
." lons, Corns, all
Skin Erupll ???"ll
? inlv i Cure
\.?i ii i. ki m?\ i ii ii- na
Tbe Hana ideas*.
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