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??NOW IS CHlR.'ST RI3E^"
"Lo. I tm fe*
A****milY t* ri|it
A . ul.ir ietalla resp^rm* thc deatb
^*^ aud his l.ui.iiil in ..le .
new lomb, wherein nene hud
prevloarij bona boram and ^espe-WlUg*
* iliui; of Ihe tomb and th-' Mt
vine of n gnu rd leet the body should be
.if Bight Hm ? Mle Mies.
ters are Interesting t" us. thej |
wbly d Impor?
tance Hi.it they bail v hen they w. re
Written I mm
Jaclin I general char
ac ter of J
his resurrection, rawer tban to inquire
particularly respectfng all tbe details
which they enumerated. In bread
??ern it the characters of the
ore tV'iie factory
1i. i; ? to take their WoM
the resin re. timi of Jesus
sud bl ? subsequent appi
Uiein "M the other hand, if they Were
hud tuen or Otherwise unworthy to be
believed, no amount of details respect*.
ni;; the tomb, the watch, tbe seals, etc.,
WOUVd be MtlsfSi lery to us. I
sunning and designing men could make
sp their desiri
But lt w:is net so al tbe time of our
Lord's death and resurrection lt was
then very thal e\ery little
detail should I
ter .vere unimportant to
I ll" li,
day of t
? s I*
'"Ho Rose Anain on ths Third C
t'elll ll Ol the H ti ll. hie wus lint ll
my suppose, bul
I ? .I like a large
he ny, would be cumbersomi
ill for the women, Bl
The Sorrowing friends of Jesui
sallee at tha Mata what he had
. them respecting his cnctflxlon
i resurrection, ii
^ r.* surprised with every in.*
but -d tlNa r *******ita on that event
ful Sunday rv'ruil,K Tho uncel a'
ns brlgbtuess. tbat he
mlRht not be mlstakv' for a man H,>
told the mama who s"uPht
for the enib-tiinlnjr of the Lc*, d's body
that their Master was risen fro;" iV
?lead-rjuit he was no lonper dead; tha!
they would see him In Galilee; and ti
so tell bis disciples. Oa the way
met them and revealed himself le
Another account tells us thai
Mary, separated from the other
Iesut alone and. mistaking him fa
asked whither the C ?.
iad been removed. Then Jesus r
vealed himself to her. Bacognhdi
flu st -red him by the fi
thouph afraid that he wnwid lean
be U ' r I
not j I to my Pathoi
tom lid be meutloued by
asia jamming, milln t i - I
They knew lt ..vc as je.-i.s. ysl i." w .!>??.
different from formotljs Rmi ma rmi
that thO| did not dais ssh hun re?
specting*'th# ttKtet.1 th- appeared
agata ta above ft*re*bdndred bM
in 1l1ei14.u1ni-.1iut, oCHolilse, uti'l iiiiiti
ly, by ?;ip|M>4utmeut. hf met the eleven
.at the,top of the htqnnt of Olives and
*d out of their sight.?a cloud
lng bim. Only oa two
;ire we Informed that he appeared with
nallprinta in ids bands and tbe spear
wound in I wid ou these two
ms we -ire distinctly told that be
appeared la their midst, tha doors be?
in;; shut, snd that he vanished agaiu
from their sight
Thoa did Jeans demonstrate to his
disciples the faci thal ha wus no I
dead, bul alive, and additionally, the
fact e.*uaii\ Important, namely,
that he \s.is m. longer alive as ? man.
.\> st. Pani de
put to death in iie*-h.
but made all1 ? In .spirit." lint ?
precaution w.t- taken to permit their
natural powers of observation to com?
prehend the spiritual truths revealed
and ascension, it wai ten ?
ftletb da;, ?
that the bely Spirit
canie, .'ind thus demonstrated al
that tl -i-. lived a.
on the spirit plane and that bli -
d been prc sented and a -
and. ou ti
J ? lon ot bis*
wblcb they bad presented In his name
? ept.d, and they wei
of tbs holy Spirit, tba! they might
become New Creatures and share In
his Kingdom and glory.
His Death and Resurrection Needful
It ls needless that We *",.)?. to dispute
as to wblcb was the m..re important
event -the death of Jesus er his resur?
rection from the dead. Both were
equally Important Had be aol died
there wouid he no basil for I reCOOcQ*
tallou of adam iiiid bbl demo
ed to deatb Had bs not risen there
bave been no ona to apply me
merit of his sacrifice. Had he not
risen then- would bare been no call
of the ('bur fa during this Gospc I Aga
to be the Bride of christ. Neither
Would there have been Use for the
promised Mediatorial Klagdom :
established st his Becond Coming for
the blessing of Israel and tbe world.
Thu-. .1. us ej ? the two
with ns on
the day ol bil I*
<t heart t0
Law and In Hie
from ? . that In his nan
. any be In
? God until .
' d. until the redemption
? repent of
sin und to reform and to live 1.
trary to the tendencies of his fallen
nature, because, in so doini;, through
tha Redeemer, he may attain unto
The eleven Apostles were commis?
sioned, "(jo ye, disciple all nations."
<V. IflL) This did not signify, as natte
sup|M)se. h command to coavsrl ths
world. It meant that they should
make dlsclpisi emt Ot psepte of all na?
tionalities and not any tonger, as for
merly, of the Jews only. And lbs
Master's Injunction hus been fulfilled
tl of him, have been
found Jn nil nations. But. ns Jesus
did not tay. Convert all nations, nei
ther has tbe Gosi done this
Those accepting discipleship were to
be baptized with Christ's baptism in
the name or authority of the Pother,
Bon Bl I spirit. In all. the-**?
have been but "a little Hml." iLuke
12.32.) Bul theirs ls the -high calling"
to Jolnt-heirship In his Kingdom,
whii h the world.
But tren tbli |
people of ali nat net. and
a half - . in fulfill?
t -Ci r
nellus I t it
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Let Me Be Your Druggist.
SS>?MSS?I?lill I I?**M?SSl-^S??*?*?
nd, formerly II I tfullj solicit a
share of your patronage. '
MAIL ORIJI-KS I'KOMI'TI.Y ATTKNDKH.T"
i \ .1
, \ MY AIM IS TO PLBASB- ?
J. A. GARLAND,
I t& tf\IN STREET.
v On and after Dec. 1st, the prices
of coal delivered will be as follows:
5 per cent, discount will be given
for cash in ten days from prices
Splint Lump, best quality, $5.00
nias Lump, $5.50 per ton.
K I A-di Lump, $5.50 per ton.
1'a. Antin i r ton.
Hun of Mine coal, $4.'i0 per t
1,000 lb.. Splint. $.
t\0(H) lbs. Red Ash or Pocab
ZOO lb*, any grade, $-1.59.
3<'0 lbs. any grade. $ ,
All my lump coal is screened on
va'rd in-addition *to being screened
at the mines and is free from fine '
c al, dirt and slate. I burn the fine
Coal in making ice and can thero- ?
Tore afford to gire you clean nice
lump. \V. C. NEWMAN
Office at Ice Plant, Phone 41.
YOU SHOULD BUY.YOUR
li ii u'et nice, fresh
PHONE 181. Mainstreet.
\ V A TK T N S v 1 '. ROC K.
ATTORNEYS AT WW.- ?
' Prinre Edward run-iber
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I'rin.T Edward uni*
-t of Viririnis
**? U/flQ^TN WALL
ATTORNEY AND C0UM8KLL0I AT LAW
FARM VI I LE. VA.
Practice in alt State and Federal Court*
Office 237 Main RTSirrr.
Dr. m powell tynes
OF-KT OVER PEOPLES "HANK
P tONLZSl. isac Sk
J. TAYLOR THOMPSON
ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR
CousTa?Princ* Edward. Nottoway and ad
dining counties Prompt attention to billin***
(' .I lee i ion ? made and promptly remitted.
For Ste** FSUnt,
i e.mmnn.- nttK Ok ??**?. *?>
Houbsgonts, Hudnuts. Pirers, Col
gates, Rogers snd Gal let Perfumes.
They are all here. The White Drug
Orders taken for all kinds of high
class engraving. White Drug Co.
12 1 *
12, 16 Ham-.
> Hunter Si?gje . and.
Hunte Vest's, Tl
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C. M. Walker's Sons.
N. B. * fimirea are published
. , and w. it
t2-*U P. M. N.
Nttt-t" HI:el'MV Leave Burkeville.
. No. ll", f.%> A. M daily. No IS, b:zo A M. ea
jnday. No. 120. 10;*U A. M
1 P. M. daily.
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Noa. ll. l't. 13 and MM Snd day
e?chea. No*. 7. ?. 119. 120. 17 and IS. da, coach
POPULAR YORK RIVFR LINE
Laave Richmond 4:30 P. M Monday* Wednea
lay* and Fridays for Baltimore. Phi adelphi*.
Sew York and points Mirth and East.
i im una i). P a.
920 E. Mu a it.. Richmond. Va
g.H.Coapmao H. F Cary. H. H. Hardwick
V. P. '.e? Mgr. ., if. M?r.
?AVE FARMV.ILC Q
KOKTB AND FAST
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a uro wm t,
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lt. h. barrow. Ur W. J. G0k R. a
Town Clerk-Jos. ?.. Carland.
( uunsel- A. I). Watkins.
> . * . ut, E. 0. Lipscomb sad f, ?
Chief Fir* Department-Lealie Forus.
Iud te of Circuit Court?Hon. Gaort* J. Knot
-,'lerk of County and Circuit Courts -Ho*.
-kof County and Circuit
. reasurer-S. W. Watkins.
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10 6.17 Hallsville 6.9 41
(5 17 6 2! Tobaccovilla 6.04
I.., aaa 4.so 7.46
7.i 0 ar Fannville Iv. itt
r. m. am. a ia
Time of irrivals, departures and eonr.ectieaa
not a*uai .nteed.
F. B. Grig*. G. P A.
Herald and N T World ll 61
Two Noted Jurists Recognize the Safeguarding
Service of a Trust Company
As Executor and Trustee
[lowing cl jffHiij.iti<mi ot' tl Chief Justice Fuller by
Thc Merchanl ipairmas one ??f the executor! and trustees under thc will,
?(W-amliert Tree, anothi I jini>t, the jK-tition
in il rited to the probate \>uvi on Wednesday by I
handling thal botl i minent in the
profession of I i" the w< I tribunal,
the othei having distim ut both contii ?! ?' dip!*
: their affair-. And thor. :
inure than this pi When mi
requirements and I. turn to th<
trust and use Its machin .rd fur th
it. Thc estel ' ?Hf''
i al nearly one million dollars, while that of Ji. ia more than lour and a half
The above editorial clipping from the / wa9 handed to us by one of our
thoughtful citizens with the suggestion that we make it the hasis of an advertise?
We adopt the suggestion because it empb ur proposition, to-wit: That a
strong institution like the VIRGINIA TRI ST COMPANY is better qualified to act
as Executor and Trustee than an individual. Tlie reasons are many, and we invite
the opportunity of pointing out these advantages to any prudent man or woman
interested in the matter.
Booklet on trusts sent free. In it are given some valuable information about the
drawing of a Will.
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY,
DESK RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Cash Capital, $1,000,000.00
HERBERT W. JACKSON, President.
JAMES N. BOYD, vice-President. JNO. M. MILLER, Jr., vice-President.
L. D. AYLETT, Secretary. ? JNO. H. SOUTHALL, Treasurer.
JAMES N BOYD Planter, Sm ll ,W. J ACKSON. President of th* Company
All HAMS, Jr., Capitalist.
JOHN M MILLER. Jr., V ie*-Pre*nleid and Cast,ur
First Salt anal Bank of Richmond.
8ITTKRDING, Vie*-Pre*vlrtU Virgina Rod?
way and Pimm Company.
L. Z. Mi IRRIA PretnderU Satringt Batik of Richmond.
I MORGAN, President Virginms-Ctwolvus
PHILIP WHITLOCK. Capitalist
JIM'S H MOSBY, J. B. Mosby A Co., lue
E. li. ADDISON. Lnrector Salumal hank of V.
J. J. MONTAGU*., Vice-Prtsxdmd Plantart Satavnd
Bank of Riditnana.
Vf. S FORBES, W. 8. forbes A Co., Whdmd* Pro?
.JONATHAN BRYAN, Real En it*.
1 WILLIAM PEMBERTON, Vie*-Pret*d*nt Inf.
Insurance Company of Virginia.
M B KOSENBAUM.CoBtta/t*.
ASHLEY HORJ-1 tnt atui Mrnnafathtrr
J. ELWOOD COX, Presuleni Cvme.erciai Naharid
WILLIAM A. MONCU11L, Lou*yer.
Tha funds belonging to each trust are kept separate and
distinct, not only from the assets of this company, but
from every other trust fund.