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JL lin ll1 Ll' HOPK i OH HIL. li ii RE VOL IX. FAKMVILLK VA.. I-'IMDAV. .1 AM \\l\ <;. 1899. NO. ia. C TV DlRECTC T ?i I. ll. d W. K. I?.. I., sv I i SV. B. ' W ill uml sv. p. Cit J Prince Edward County Directory. linn t. Hon Hun. A Countj E. .1 ss cull mni - si . H. uni.'. .1 a. \. S ll n-l.i:.-. U SS". SS . I \S'. ll. I r. ii n B. I H Thom:. ?. D WATKINS. R H. WATKINS WATKINS $ WATKINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, \- s. ? W. MODStS '... \ MANN & *E, C P. VANDERSLICE, \IH Ul Md X \A WU! I I 1KMVII ( ' H. BLIS*^ UKKEKAL AI UH l * UM VI I.I ' - run n i lt I NINGHAM A ' < -*? Druggists and F . I IRMV1I OAT So I R. SPENCER, M. D., Vs t'lij/sii ian ami Surgeon, ey, Morph I ?. i iplum and i Habit*. :n ns tr . ^| M.MARTIN, ATTORNEY VI LAW. Richmond, Ya., Farmville, Ya. Will I .. Mon d.HS\ ^'HITE A CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, I'la .1 I SUMS II.I.K. JLSTTOKKMIM)VOL! That HUGHOGARA & CO., Havt ; o! - RICHARDSON & CO., Whiskeys, Etc., li' You Drink, Drink the H STUART. MARYLAND XXXX. BRA! uni COOPERS C -I. iari(i rt, All loIUIIIUlin a ,:,. ,,,,. liol of pul.lie iir .re*.I nbl fun: ten In ? 'il,lites t.f rasped sud raeolutl ? fur itt the rate ol flt e -"el i line when published lei tin* HajtALb. (nels oe dfvlatia i doi ? -.e. ption will be niii'lc X ill-'ll'. io 1 ' ' SS Oil ll I ' ' ' " ? ' Crimii ' I li li. SI .1 ? \\ 111 ll tl . 111 ? S 1 Hill t ; Chi i! : . 1 Of till' fertility of ? : : I Mi iiii inion ?i of lin h ? ? ? Ing tbi - . ism until tl ut h tremendous rate > fearful destruct! d propel ly . a swindler ssim nj. prOOCl ami tells lin ill thal lie li.i I ini? ii nif a jt sselis ttl arrive in a f. ss tins s. ' and if the dray* man happe thi u. bj take to the store of the merchant will Le kind : ? (the swindler) is to be out of tnssn for a fi ss t! house which bii| dian! I d lli.-in. 'lins n i ? for thi \s ho turn* up il 1 inn- iniii carries them swat fin bill for the goods la sent by Ihe le house to i han! lt to pay. il i" [las \.- far a** heard from counts has produced do man pumpkins, abnormal sweet potat< of iiny kind, hui a poor i" tl word ss a that I ? rt of rations, and 1ln UM ll,Ililli . ? I -; ? it bia fi ? ? ll,loss ii assns bj N I" ss N. . abundance of I ? ? De W I just a quarter of a centurj I A WESTERN EPISODE. i a Thrilling Experience .. ls ll li.i bj Hu nu Int ? ??i Ui mu I ru. I., III*. Hem Liri ? IC. Mitiil .lust in | I,,- M.L ul lil.... in oi tbe .'., i . a K. i nail i. "Well," I I "Are j .? i brough with yi ? toty. 1 ain"! i ' a round." ? ' man in I I I "hut 1 ' ? ; i < claimed: "Where's sour b*sr ?. Jake. We I Listen! 1 She telegraphs: I ? tis iii"* to break in n t fully lid: " I f * fellow, lil kl ?'? io \\ hen Jake returned a fi e let! another horse hs the bridle lin-.* for i ? ss.a tal ?-.ill.*. (ouch. Its thai I ? | ' ? 1 ss i11 i - I ? ? the faces ol i ss i t h "lil go as. far ami I ? up." lt S' ? sss itch ? icked ually I bet ? clothed in uti mi?? sou? "III. ? "she | I ' that ssi ai.oi, ot I' ' ? ' :X. ?li.L" in to Bentrop noss! Thej sst.ultl I - If I (old tli.ii Ihe truth they n at me. If I iliil not ri tins Passn ssa- inaiis r. mis to break in ? lin- opp BCl nil from op. iv and de e of s pro . On open ? Up the hill. Ile ? illets . coat. ? Sll the d then ? eler. I iiii in ? i ?uni. ? ' truth ? ( ins \ Y it lliilnln'i \ i?( SS .illili salue of the United ... < 'S BATTLES. i HI rle 'ith EviL IS JT. ! lo-s - Inuit.I S p ,k. .li lt SS titi I.ill. an ?-. Ba i I ni Soi mn . ia mit li .nt.-.1 un III.- H.ii k nf .Si;-. In the !? practical -? nile of the hollies! lii/Ut'es ill the Bible to present en."on; Kphesiani "We flesh am; piilieipalities, n-t the rulers nf the di ii high pla and fastidiousness Iii Ilie ss. .vii he took aj hi-, band mi. lin- illuKtn employed the theater, i- ?..! race, ami n i ne Isthmian a of pine .. WI ?ath of i: ot- Ni-ineati game, : or ans Ihe man circus, bul lie fell he hail a right ? ti.l are ll ill HIV text Ile i .mt for si .at ss restling ami eulin ? H ?? mu-! mike ii wide -m. lin* low am! ss rcs! lit"/, sshieh pori to piu ii.us n an >und, ami sse. all ni .nu Loy!.I ? hful ami p ? ? .. i ss ??nt iloss n in . 'ni tbrow, in the Romani d tl mit :' ssa 1 ll l.o'.S I .1 lt vs as a e:s, its. nol ? -. hilt n the ? intern* icy ap* ot In-r vs il li pol ' In- af in missise hin intest. ? iv hat sou mean, in . n right ami . must not forgel i<> i \ ? ?. '.lits never helps. N mi are . ii a- you get mail, lin not ca ? i - murderers. Do nol higher n and theater goers children "t I io not -av that the dance iugh into hell. Do ni in sat np. : at ion and I e ami upi ami adjectives dynamitic. The oth.-r-ith- eau heat us ?* that. Their dictionaries luise more ob and brimstone We are iii the strength of (hui to tliross Hat mi '? back everj abomloa? the earth, hut let us mil our tnigftty antagonist ssith suavity. Hercules, son of Jupiter anil ne. svill by a precursor of smiles. he helped rather than damaged for the performance of his "twelve labors." The translators of ihe Bible made an unintentional mistake when they rep? resent 'he |.pie . liens by ? "i ?"the iin knov. li < "oil vs h iran! l.v ssnr ship." Instead j- them svith al indicates he complimented them hy suggesting that they hut as they ? 'nit there were some things ? I im! under ta ml about i Iod, be propo . things concern vs kin* they Iiml linc Paul ssho - '??ons.' and who lave.di ti - siiav cally to thrust iiovs n i b -iii- of the At rop ? 'arl lienon of i< 1< >1 :t nd .Itipitt ..f t hem. Ill tlo to the ai his havin applcd l.pell.l- llpoll the j ht ou riffl ' it. he ls imt read-,. ? ? hut. Alni .le.ni os. SS l ile.l ill thi? ll my - . hilt r him . : . ; I ? me sshMn I address it- printed their i have been I not mean. 0 worsted ire ( ross n fun i ? h.ivs mans i man may sin and he foi or Inns manv tm I ??ut 1 hase ant nority fo ? - llnit God ive 1 ? lL*d if you svill employ the rt i ill find ti I he lim I ? of high hone ami I men! ami I 'iii!. happy hollie, of sshieh : In ad. N ears of ha | on af of happin? ess n to i And ss l-.ether aiilioiu.il in . ami every nig od night." ( hrist mas ' May queens ami birthday fest is it io* und Th gathei id loaded tables. Hut that husband ami fat her forms iiii lin? ton rn ite h.iiireil. ?s bile, his money gone ami i shoved .mt ami Ignored and pushed away. Noss, what a di -hosts itself in faded window curtains and impoverished wardrobe, and dejected surroundings, and in broken pal garden fence, and the illili i i. iiml the .1 is loeate.I door heil, ami the tlisin ance of ssife iiml children from among sshieh they shone the bright? est and lan in-.I the gladdest. If any man ssas eser down that husband and father is down. The fact is. b Into :i wrestle ssith evil thal push,-,l and pulled and contorted ami. e.\. eil him worse than ans Ulympiai ever t reated a < Irecian, and i ? thrown. Thrown out of proa into gloom. Thrown ont of goo. elation into had. Thrown out of into invalidism. Thrown ont Hut one dav. ssiiile slinking through one of the ? ? ? - - not wishing to tod though! ? milli. for lie has heard of men timi;/ fi lin. Arriving at his house, he ms svife in. and shuts the door "Mary, lan Thia is imt ss hat I promised you vs hen sse were married. Von have patient ss ith me, and have horne everything, although 1 would have had tm rlgnl to complain ll ? fl me and gone home to .tn- to BK once ? hen I w aa nol n i hard mime-. Now I ssant intter. ami I ssant you to help nn .ni. I Lin ? ia ;o it wi e:i j on*! ? i. To-day li anew.*' Sympathizing friends come around and kimi business peopli the ti um to something to do, so tl eau earn a living. The children soon have i . that they eau school. The old BOnga sshieh tin sang years mem? ory, ami sin the cradle or v bile preparing the noon? day meal. Domestic resurrection! ile Inline earlier than he used to, -uni be is playing games ssith the children or tig lluiii vs ith anthill. ? -son- which an - hard. Time ; ami tome out to him that In - Hinch out of life as he OUghl t* proposes an of worldliness and dissipation, ll. consents to much Then hisold habit i nines h;t,k. Ile -ays he ha- I.n be? lated, ami could nol get back until midnight. He had to see some vs i -tern merchant that had arrived and talk business ssiih him before he gol ou! of tow m Kindness and gen lal it j t|iiii the disposition of thal husband iiml father. . The svife'- heart breaks in a ness place. Thal man Into u second wrestle with ha bil ami i- flung, and all hell ? the moral defeat "I told sou sol' -as many good people ssho have no faith iii the reformation of ii fallen man. "1 told you so' Voil made - about his restored home, hut I knew it svould not last. You can't trust the- -.shu luisa So ss ith this tiii foiiiinate thing! iiml his family has. House, iimi the pawnbroker's shop But thal un? fortunate man I Street one '??Uln: up to it diiirch dour, ami tht tlon iiii' sin hymn, tin? line just bi on, and il liam ? uss p. I hymn. ? ile ?... ile of the church iiml stop- there, not t. .Dough dn worshipers, and ha hear- the \ mi ss iii find the a Luke, tlu- i chap ten! '-'Hi ol Man ter in the ?if any mi La the 8 of N i found mc. and Hi i have m on mel" i he poor man ? ? b door, and when a down ? of wh ? hy the of .I through faith unto cn: th. for thal ? I liim. ami he aeisea it.;. bend I si.!.- '? until the limmen uml ssith hot h arm n air. and hun- it into from Ifl vs il! rise . it our Loni .1. ti, ? l ? q the other side in the for the svoi tlon I ' forces of thill." ? t hem; *V. I if the tia rk ness of this world, Ililli Th.- Bing -1 know quicken your pe ? . ' B ' the sii; I.e grappled by rigl I i. .-. n. SS hich of the preat the ol not. ss nether ss ar. or revenge, or fraud, a Inti Sum ' anec, or gam -.. m. It ss ill m.t be ' the Attest," hut the the wa el lt ss ill I evil th.- mosl thoroughly entre: M pa troiii. realtfa and fashl ti ?ind pomp most spplanded i prin? cipalities and possers alni ruler- of darkness. It ss;:; Bland, ssith grim . looking doss n upon the gre vee ihe other sam ahomina! tm- Imt slum-is of de? spair and surmounted by such epitaph olugy a- this: *"h hiteth like a >it pent and stingeth likean adder." "The ? f -iii is death," "lier hm ' 1, and her paths uii'o ai." "The eth right tn a niau, hut tin end t. v: 1 Inaa-gine ire ! at tin' time ss hen sse imt | ' I evil ni soiid to he wrestled down. ll itnnda, imt only looking up? on tin I Of all 'ht- ciitooiiihed lind tied Iniquities of the world hut aslng upward in de .f the hcavi ns and ahakil the Almighty, aaying: "Nothing .a.n put me don u. 1 1 . - of the hun.ati ed dossil imii destroyed, hut .- m. iiiui or foot, bunna or an Bc, I 'mt sim throw nu'. I ? nined ss ho ams. ami I swear by al the throne:, of diabolism . will ruin thia generation, i ? -. ai f institutions, iimi a all v.- thro challenge yonl I plant bbj feet on thin red-hot rock of the world's S ? a mj anns for the might! < '.mc ? Corni on!'' Then rig! ? ept the challt age, a iwo mi ? .ty ss . ,1 grapple, ll lei ns of cari h ami look down fria, . ha litton look np fr. lite other sith*. Th. wrest! to ;' turn I ' a\ Bad : the iiie mlghter of .. ami iiosv righteousness ah.mt to triumph. Thepii/c is worth ia m. hut the rescue of a ami a wreath put un thc brow hy Him ssho promised, "He thou faith? ful unto death and! will pise thee ? i bree worldi?earth. Heaven :imi in ii hoid their breath wini. ? tic result of this ?sith one mighty sss iii".' '?! an ann muscled with Omnipotence, right1 IS Innis tl.. t hen ' .iud don n. vs ith a crash wilder than that with which Banapan hurled the temple pot holli of its two chief pillars, but ke the throwing of Aetna ont of ; hy .Ittlin Milton: Hun the AhnfKhty poster tl uni . slag from tn*- SAM tl * ..SQ lwell .. fire, o av and ;n he willi his horrid crew - .!, rolling iu tin' Bery i<ulf, ortaL i hai - cheering Il.ght, and if ail the rea I "n- of ii. ology ;tre mi the nth -J] the logy are on om among them Gabriel, and Mirlut. I : " I angel td th. New nt. ami 1 king over the present awful struggle ami . triona triumphs; talking sentd baatar pillara ami in the ivory ; ., mg t he brooda aj - .tm'. II ' I..- ;-? ea! i %\ I .1 thc spi | ?sith rainbows like the "rainbows round the throne.'' anil ?is th* their morning ride . white I with poid, that wen -.en in in vis! am! ' : temples toe t h hundred and forts ami four thonaand !?? chilli!, accompanied by karpi i t ru tn pei .ts. and thunderings and hi ? ? . voice of many o ? le, and tho "high p aces of v. spoken of ? so high as the hiph ran, nhere there are ? 11 tilly ?os- .red, or in ami Barth for (hui be <? ? docks Contd I Ih av. ii, tin- UK ip nf '. tin Bon, ? ' ' ? d tlc work I . ? - Upon me. am! itch blood that ? ' ? - i".arl'that were I.sin'ls I I. tis uaeth: .. I .ce o' ? ? * ? ? ower j-oD'ier st '1 . .' o i: -, r r ve ken tt*. , i Utm ralst I .tl Lae mair, 1' toa ...... ?.