THE FARMVILLE HERALD
HOXOH FOR TH
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mops oaoj pulpit
HF APOPUTIl STROKE
N sh.ickford EipbtS While
I '.ailinn lonference Koli
w ealey Hhackford,
i Queen county,
I ul apoplexy at I ally*
miles frmn Lynchburg,
. ifternoon while calling
Mt quarterly conference
,t-l church there tiver
t- presiding el.ler.
i :t member of the North
i-i conference for two
m - transferred to the
Id 1876. He is
iii < n, ineof whom,
, v resides al S ia
H i- the tither of
13 pre> lous to hi*
di t Uome foi Lynch*
the true sui.lier
refront ol battle,
eg il tight now
nights lo Horse
| - V
fly and let
.? ;- have eulin!
?IC[ GOES HUD.
MEST SHOWS MATERIAL
ws iii! M.iiiv Voles Polled.
i oiessor Blair.
were brought to Rich'
ni ol high liter
D i perhaps tl
bei ol the faculty o
\a - greatly re
and teacher. Owini
? he resigned hi
aoved to Rich
survived by a wklcn
" to be selfish with you
Dead of Mrs. Daile!.
September 'Jud. The funeral took
plait on the following day at lier home
in Cumberland county, conducted by
her pastor, Rev. J. li. Da>
by Kev. ll. M. Fugile, "t the Farm?
ville Baptist Church. Mrs. Daniel
lacked just twenty-one days ut' being
sixty-five ye and she had
heen a member of Cumberland Cl
fur nearly fifty years. Her remains
were lani to rest in the family burying
ground within one hundred ya'
use in which she was born.
She leaves to mourn her departure
une sun, M. R, Daniel, who bad been
with her all of his life and had nursed
lier with a sun's loyal devotion through
all of her sickness. One daughter
wives. Min. Mary H. Joni
three brothers and t!,:
The following pall?
bearers .it tlie funeral: Ml
Hives Daniel. C. A. Hunt. Sidney An
. A. B. Arm-': I R
Wellers and .lames Shannon
? -i with fl
had heen tastefully t
I rimks Galore.
the 7th and 10th NIL' trunks
of tlie Norfolk ai
: these must have been in?
tended for the Normal, ami this would
indie.r i breaking number of
t;irls in attendance.
Meetiiiu of Library Associ.ilimi.
old a pu.
n I tile
? lean ?e;
THE LETTUCE CROP.
SOME YEARS PROHTABLE, BUI Mil Al
Seed Ihe Experience cessfa
al lie lia
ire and iw jht fei
? will not ti
hal is true ol the
'. : '
lett ure grower is "Study your
and stuk to it." Under this
may all conquer.
. t regret lt. Smoke Print"
Edward < lg
Dyspepsia ls oui national allmen
? Burdock Blood Haters is the nationi
r cure for it. it Btrengtbcni stomac
? membranes, promotes flow of d
juices, purifies the blood, builds vi
s If there wore no loafers in this o
" world, the police courts wouldn't hw
v much to do.
People who are always harping <
r their troubles don't dispense a ve
| high grade of music.
UH. S1EKN LOOMS VELI INTO HIE
lllMIIIIIIMiEEHr fAKMVILLh GUARD.
lirilli.iiif AsseaiMafe io Witness the
< hi ' M lt the
Armory the Far,: ? rj was in
?pected by Col. Stern, the stern in?
spector who for a quai --ntury
en keeping s sharp eye on the
soldier boys of Virginia. We
glad to report that he reports the
Company in most excellent condition
and which he did nol
The inspection ovei
il to the drill,
including the manual of
under command Hunt and
? lanton, and
the soldi* i
hanked in ping, in the
end of tin a pic?
ed Main street wil
Thanks For Peaches and Flovscrs.
We ;'. D.
Lleiteaaol Hibbard Resigns.
Elie Farmer Isn't liettimj His Dues
J Card tn Ihe Peel
l. Be it oi
?e unlawful lo -
Sabbath day. cigar*], cigarette)
drinks, fru i hei srtic i
p usually sold under merchant- I
md medicines used i
i ? ation of this ordinam
ir shall be punii ne of not lei
,,; than two or more than ten dollars u
:1 rips ordinance shall be In loree froi
' -tit. mbei lat,
\ ? ther a drug, or a med
>e license, I still think I am eumplyir
with the ordinance in not runnir
wagons on Sunday, it ha- been st.tt
.j ed in the town paper that there is r
ii ordinance forbidding running wagoi
e on Sunday, and I publish the abm
111 showing my authority for the stat
ment made by me, and leave the pul
jj lie to judge if my statement was 60
W. C. Newman
m When it comes to teaching ortho
ry raphy, the old-style spelling match
j a pronounced success.
THE SOCIAL WUHLU.
THE sill hi. SEAMING FAIIVILII
Kereutinns. lard Parties, Skating and
Sim iind Then ii Dance.
on Tl. .
and though ' I and furi?
ous without, within
Virgn ity and chivalrj
;? re" and
ed high water m i
old brigade and
lion's latest and nd in
line under the full gi
around the banqueting board to
ier on the luxuries of land and
t'ul refreshments wen
ni Retail ?ercbaots' As?
Death nf a Venerable Lad]
?? was a ip;
? ?: member
Church and now that her earthly 1;
* burs are ende
loved her are comforted with tl
il she has entered up
ii the rest "that remains fi I
A Narrow Escape,
I dgai \. Baj liss, s merchant
'*-' Roblnsville, Del., wrote: "About tv
I WM tiiin and siek, ar
coughed ail the tillie, and If 1 did a
have consumption, it \. as near to it.
commenced awing Foley 's I rom
it, :imi it stopped my* Conch, and
am now entlrelV Well, ami have gal
ed twenty-eight j omuls, ai! due to ti
good results from taming Poley
Honey ami Tar." Sold bj all tiru
A new and fresh line of men's neg
gee shirts now on Hale.
g. Fleiuiua <l Clark,
Easv money is the hardest to kee
i\niu;e io rainns.
the Di\ isiuri Superintendent have re
cently outlined what we think i
an adi I study tor the
ls of the county. Heretofore, the
drawn, bul hereafter no pupil w
promoted to a ihlgbei grade u itil he
.1- tat ifaetorily and creditably dune
the work of the lower grade.
Now it is incumbent upon you par?
ents to semi your children tbe very
iir-t dav school opens and keep them
la school et erv day ll to do
-u. Von ni them to be
promoted ;p I bern from school
the first month ur two and then a
? lay ur two of each week after* I
When a child - i il deal
thal 'ie doea bia work
i i. which gradual*
- worse until he loses all In
sud \. ant- to lb 'Aden
W e woul I r that
iud '-'als, and we
operation In this
i.- u ould
to ha ri ell :n all i
U . K. M al
SOTS! WITH BS.
FRIENDS WERE HI Ht
And Tin!. - [Hings. anti
l- a horse down M
? ?d which was s menai
? .t There
?'? already an ordinance bearing on thi
and if not Ol
dd be adopted and rigidly enfot
We have the beal governed Ute
in the State, and are nol
low our reputation in tl
I Pr. Abernethy, the greet bogil
x. ateb your kidneg
I w nen they are affected, life is In da
i). ger.'' Foley's Kidney Kemeily niak
;u_. healthy kidneys, corrects urinary
r'*l regularities, and tones up the wht
?.-tem. 3oM by all druajglsts.
Cut prices for cash on ladies a
children's low shoes, at
Fleming & Clark's
If you want matting or art*$'iua
be sure aud see Doyne.
lilt liUUHIilL IH utuul'JN.
IMHUSilM. AMI RUSINESS MEENMi
Number of Citizens Present. Among
Them Threa of Our Ministers.
. Doyne ami Ban
D. Mil int; S K\
H. C. 1
A. D -attorney; H. E.
ti J. W. Fretwell, 2
ni; ll. K Bullock, Eli ti
,r Re infant. W.
?n the treasurer
??" The following account the
tu town were then allot
W. M. Davidson, oxamint' l<ook -
1' V. G. at Co., ItMOimai ?? "n elec. plant
.. J N. Mci.;
'"' T. S. Whitlock, jil
.in. coffin fur pauper 2 00
j_ I,,- I .- -./department 4 96
"* I) ., for mule 3 i?
lima- 4c 3?
hose. 3 75
J. M- Lear, map of cemetery 1 00
. Horace Adam*, recording deed - 2 25
nd jack Foat*r. sprinkling streets
(k?. Richardaon. rations to poor ll X)
r. H. Davis. Supt. side walks - MPS
T. A. Bolling, gradin!* 2fZ BJ
H. A. Stecker. surveying streets - 19 50
.*? W. A. Slocombe. side walks 2.709 9?
Major Martin, Chairman of Street
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