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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
,|nXn,; W>R THK PAHT, HIT.I' FOR Till l'I.'I'.SKNT. IHH'K l'n|; nil' ITITI:,.; Cl I Y UlhCLC I UKY. I s \ ' I. ll. I VV. I ' ' on!.. I Htlil I > uni w. I. I. W. K. i W. K. - .il tutti W ill Ulai W. P. \ !'. Ml Hit. '? ker. Prince Edward County Directory. ? otirl. ut. ?uiiiissiall I, nt Ililli i; M. Hulton, j. \t. \ ? \ \. liol,".-.. I. W. W. ' H. I T. ll !? I!. I ll ?' tl- C FRANKLIN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, PAM l'I. IN iii V. VA. \p|...iuiit|.i\. Prince I Rli'l < I ' A. 0. WATKINS. R H. V. WATKINS tf WATKINS, AHORNEYS AT LAW,? V IKMVILLK, VA. Iward, rum* ? m..ntl. ali.iii pal.I ' rupli'.s. W HODGES MANN. J M- CRUTE, Ka' MANN &. CRUTE, Att' t Liw. Will i C P. VANDERSLICE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will | '.'SI.. PARMVILLE, VA. i< SWING. " ?? ATTI 11 IMA M LAW, Creen Bay, Frince Edward CouDty, Ya. wm ha .ml ad It im en nil cn j Ul Ii ( ] H. BLISS, ION KER, KMl.MV II.I.K. VA. in tin*, iimi adjoining J R. SPENCER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. ? i'ii. i ibst* i ? ? ?piniif. "piinii ami Tl m usia' ' ^| M.MARTIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rlcbmoud, Va., Farmville, Va. Will I j Mon day. lt Vii Ko, amt Salt Jes -int ol' I- I Wu ('nil \yHITE A CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, DA PARMVILLK, V \. Good Judgment Would tliiiati* that you buy JEWELRY, WATCHES, SILVER WARE tai -nih. ,,f an old established snd RELIABLE HOUSE. Bitch Ls tis E. WILTSE, PARMVILLE, V \. Gi PLANTERS' BANK, FARMVILLE, VA. R;x PAI Ll PT, - - - 'Nm ? ? I. '...,? e. Capital paid up, $50,000. Surplus $30,000 DIRECTORS: h, h. BARROW, K. M. BDRTOH, a. A C. M. WALKBR, I. I" A VIS, ikini.; basin, * ? -.1,1 ..ti nil prim 'ipi,!.-.' wtinit. n ins 111 public Ital*, ( tn. ll!. Wei our lin boase iiny lu I'M I. PLO! I unit IHK M A I . sk cy latin FRI: E. _I DR i' ra woolley to. Allanls, Ga I market cannot .mi; I Lazy Liver ?'I htiTa br,;, tronlil'd a ur?*at deal *?*? "?? ?' DStip* ' "" I ' ? al \t.ii claim il trial, ? ber sappi. .. ? ? J. A SMITH as-iuehanna Are , Philadelphia, l's CANDY CATHARTIC ? *??. ^mr w>**? i r-ir-irs i is^, TS/.OI MASH PIOlSTtSID CURE CONSTIPATION. ... 1 .mt*, ,..m,.lair.... UmtntL !S?? trwl. nt wn.Tfl.B8n B nu iu*OAb . .in IT IS RIDKUOl'S l"i any man lo claim lo nuke iimn ?y by sell lng ni a Iimm. Ii i- sirnple to ?av it, ami irimple tn -wallow it. if In- fiiiTin-i raised only one main for rain planted tie would atarve. [f the merchant sells his Roods dollar ol'il,.liar, al the prire lie bough! them, ie i- ont iii lime, laboi ami expense We Mosl Live, nd st. live by om profits, bul we ? .n't prey on the public. Our prices IO ACTUALLY LOWER tau tlif muan bragged up below r.-i ol nther-i (.< m ?!> (ini IDS >\ I HAVETO HE SOLI) BELOW < <?-i m (jet LIU <>K IT I KM. Our Goods are Good. pays us to haudle them aud yon to iy. We dou't have to trifle our buy* teri flee our sales; hui ti fains! prices. We don't ? ssil any oue to buy. !f oue Will ? i look at tinni tliey will u- sura i" buy them. emember the Place, Mr. VERSER'SOLDSTAND, xl K.orto ll. K. Wair- Hardware Store, Karmville, Vs. aders of Fashion and Low I lill -stork Consists "I it'-, Voil I h's aud i:,.\- Heady Made Clothing. SHOES Man, Woman ami Child. Ladies Gent**' Kuruishlug doods, Trunks. , ? -. Watches ami elrj .Inti.,. la ami .Mn* I Iustruments, Hat-, ( ap* ami .Noli, m-. WK MAKE BPEC1 V LT I ES Ladies' Heady-M ls, auch ailor*Made OikmIs, Skirt-, Waists, ippem, Esncy Underakirta anti . of all descriptions. Yours foi busim M. S. FELDMAN KARMVILLE, VA xt door to ll. E. Wall- lliinl ULETT SON & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS oceries, Hardware 4c. tne attention of their friends and tit. loch el rs, i s - ! \KHW.\KK loch <?! Har/, lorn, <?? Lime, Plasl lilian. . tr, pia i .I- i" ? -. sslio in town and In m.tn.' linea sa low sa load oi iii it superior PI EDMON i WHITE ROCK FAMILY th, EVER) BARREL nl? il I- (JUARA*! itt i- lu GIVE - \ f TION. nave In ? oar i<?i"i of litchell Wagon* ..-..it tm lit.' lng boaghl rn ,i tn yon Ml il- lust om- tm UM ,. boyla id -'?<? '( ut , in both OOODH and PR1 Paulett. Sod & Co. 'BINTI NU --i.N \i:i.i: PRJ \l HERALD OKKI CE in ll! oi ll of M . r th I 'n loi in "t! Ila pll bei I iii. lt ISSI ?' up dri. a if me ntl "1 san1 "} half ?'. son M lal late "Il Isn't ?'\\ Sort! wiih on!, i just up ti thal their mit ti "Ol "Wi ?Ti Mrs band tr;i.'ti' wm ii Mal sn id t tl.P v\ hr. B saying. multi : could lu cam "I tl office | "Wi the .!< ru-nn, a WV. st "Oh. w'tb a THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPER. tlie ol,l country weekly?hoar dearly I - city dally I quick turn id ii- quail ? ali. A hoary-bt sdi ?] editor1 pride; ' I hui,.- ,.f locals In ss hi. li ail 1 of kinsman and Ttn bli and i ? Its crude correspondent ? caper; It*, triti ly ? ,1 jny_ Tiny all may lie found in the countrj ? r? ..tis- paper I rea I -W. li. I THE POSTMISTRESS AT DOWNINGVILLE \ By Hnydr-n Corruth '."a." .'. DOWNINGVILLE ss ? <i half mile frmn thc tannery to the bau mill, iukI with mily Mattering . ? o church) establish a center. Llkew ? ? ile number of J ill. fl? oss past ma - "i' public inoccupied tt ndury between tbe build li Evei mis from louse, with a corner <>f Squire Pom* ruy \s wood-lot coming up almost to Its ?ack door, as il !? lucb ii a.-. a town at all. Hut. aller all, if tl ? s the cit. i ,.f Hoss ningTille," ll hically, it lated, hut in ma ? wnli ird lit ? is hotly h;itl tocomi then rn- the mall, anti there Wfl o tu! ,-. here everj body hail r? po for anything. Hut I ? the post .-taut postmaster could un mi ll tea* . to think -mn, ? tat the folks who got the . Mr. Blodgetl was tbe postmaster, but ? ran the \ lllage gris! mill is hid. \s it-, a everj tbl ni sell grea! length. So i* ia! practically the t ntfre worfc i ssas abel Loomis, mTio lived with her t u quarter of a mile up the road on e uncertain edge of the til The work of thc office, altbo rbaps hard in ol sas cer .?tii g, and the hours Miro In the morning 1 Ding, usually. Vacal fest, ant! the sslarj WSS OUgbj hut Mal. 1 ?? did the tvork to the *t of her ability. beautiful i ?; .-lie hail joel flulsbed ['Utting up ? titi mail, and the hoy who carried ti) the station liutl departe a or thr. Inn! ns let I ? Malu 1 waj aurprisi i appear nt the general delli Why, good morning;, Mai".'.'" she . mi 1'en't looking for n,e mi ly, were you, now? Well, I'd iiniii foi , '.ll I timi: p In. Didn't know bul I might hsve .stal or something frmn her. telling to ttair till i ? to, there isn't anything foi in tai Mabel. Aili, I didn't knott, you kino t tell, lint I BOppOaV this for youf" s'o. I've been up on hour mid a 'on don't tell me! Well, I think ? ? git u]' too corly, that's t 1 think. Beens ns if Bli it dir out ai illy nu you hate to si nt night." ?? comes In at noon, yon know, snd ?; quite nubile. 1 ben, tbe work hard." 'di, lt mni not behsrd, bal [should that lt's Wi ai ii,g, If I'm n ? ! pounding them that thing, and filling out I rs and tearing them off Mi so, and fixing ti ? a this window for thia hoi. hotly iiiui tin- oilier bo,!_s thal want li tura, and forty other tl. litre 'twould just pester tht life f me !n no time at all." ). I don't mind it," returned Habel, fully. L-ll, I n.nd be | i going on ICUrsion next sveek?" ii afraid I can't gt t sway," an? ti the giri. on waa rummaging lt hag. a: .idis d. -rna as If Blodgetl ought to pay ?bl said. es flushed. She had not hut she could BO! sffl coralon, whntei he bad told th- Th In ? thal aba might ru? the of ? nt; but die IC sin link b< ? t tlie pa] ?.," ? nd. ll, nint be l ? tbal light," ison, moling toward aor. "Hut I ntl his nilli pays him right I I'd like, la ? thank yon." answered slabel, rather sad smile, a* lin i t t i v ? tl ii M tl ?I 1" ll tl .. M. 1 mi h\S ttl tbl rr.u Mi, he it's Up! "J Still M to I Ullin to ht "V than rulei "N ter ii If he conn tl.-uh by .-( pie." ?'1 i Tito It "Larg Smith "ie (ni pi ia con nnd ti? bs, bri ia pit! I Do yo toll Vt back i you bl Mab. ' worth thal le ? trry I' lott ll. mi tra ? "I ea paid. %. ry re i In her k. but Ihi "I'm afr.. for nu- i h hat ruefully. . Mr. lay hi re thal daj if I him, bul I . ' ut.tr that's tuitsble. I arish i earn n Bul then sta ? >r th. bot ? ? ? gel tl.. ' In r ii them ai ahe bad ? nnd it made bi r a li: ? ? il thought ii. Bbc ts , of tin Tail. (Mil. 1 ' of moi thi i ' la lamil] li Her mot! lelp ki . able I, had I . icrself. Win ; ?'lui: work which prest .! had been with thi d ion to keep her j onnger bi had given np < vea hi r mu ? much, lt ? l.-r, perhaps, thal ?? thought hon little Of Illl , tish "li tia It uns a little after ll c ail tin . illvery, that be ?? ? lack of In ? iw ami "ls thei i M. Pi iii. nnd Mabel bad placed it In the fe which stood Inti ? ?Ted him in the ai'. ol,ci. he it in ned: Thal li ? The ru . Ton in nv," u: ?, I had forgotten. ' ger here, bul I > taking out a number ? latter ? brough thi 'M. I' M ? very import li the rain." lui Ic on Mr igett, the postmaster, bi ? nnlng it thc* man. Twlei Tig up he miinioss he bad gladc< d i ihler al the door. She hu. ?i duty to t ?lld fully t it belongi tl io him; bul in Identification "f whi? test Li ''er of prob ri-elf and her employer. . got lots I i ?ed letters rm less identlti this, and al lal - " the said. d the o, I don't think I nm. A posxnias : '.''?' d. liters one to * ????rsOD in hold bli Mr. lllo.l | pnr ,r lb in ? ?? ld me to deli* iden tlon such as Mould I-e tal at a bunk 1 I know that vin a ouched for . known to the bank pea : i on inn, ignoring a bal al i Prom J ll Mailed this ru Isn't that right?" s, but I can't let you 1 roper Identification." Mabel wai man I pointment orry over tb nging his true character I ;tl manner tt. re : ii know 1 ? iib the <1> | ny letter'.' You kiatt I al ii Hie truth ive DO ri^ht to mail." i-l made do reply al all, bul held 1)1111(1 .. I bud lo ) I'm a fae rn bli in. It la a matter of d rimT du lt," ' Mabel man by this Hr' vlng d In ' erroush than r li u moment, and , "(If ? '.nilli. I'm ri st i i h "I'i! I | 1 "I'll : that ' jit for the f you don't "H. lei for yourself natl tv h.'i I ? ?!." Mab. "It > a*tter "I tiill h . ut. t], and hurry ? r by : abe Hog of re* and ju-t strm:. :; to istiinl i: asp. nf shut tilth a dull . :.<'d the i d uith e other spun round the cuni!. mb. Then the darkness beean .ben d no ia ird was ii con led mni Then phe ' Imt she mus il in th. | . lj mg on i buting t.ibli. Or Tie vll ? r her, I ett and roted of peo "you're go all right now. You can go ne In I' I'll gn along." about tho i it that . ? hist I Ki '? ' a home ?t ts hie! ?? drove in full ? ell" ni re git. n with a bad IL be bsd me ui the niau bad cu? ll by run ni eld to i! thal it no ed he fa for running lice of ? ai the ... ? le of i, who bsd srrested tbe men, lu? ng tl ter Mi ' waa bach In the 1 to ber tl ? ' In the al ape of n of ma of ? In after i io wouldn't ? ry kind," saitl Mabel, In I uldn't u can f/v.k :!iclal tt, re? nton. nifferonl Sureplng. ? r." nally, nnd 1 rooms aa NOT AN IDEAL TOWN. I a, Ta., Has HiiniN \\ 1. leh Wa.ni.I Make An> \l ht-iTniti n'a Hair ?in ml mi Kiiil. re ls the , ? here, ac l only e con I from one place ROAD REAR RENOVA, TA. wait" in preference to con? tinuing tb. there The il be a par ae ago riding -m th. i in muddy wratber, so d to etort- our a hird of tbe season."?Good GOOD ROADS NOTES ' Miss* rt 1 ? > rgan zed li ads com ,milty In the state. Dighways which are rendered Im i.ary rains?nnd there re lunn\ of tin in are not fit to be ailed ri , n of Bucyrus, O., have lied for tbe purpose of adopt* ai of improving tbe roads ty. Narrow tires and mud roods should [i. i (lily Ik- SCI . hand, as it en, "glimmeilng tbrm I* f things that were." The Mercantile club of Wyandotte i.an., recently passed resolu snd uiii ork for th.- fume at this session of ? ntl Baplds (Mich.) Ii, raM, ry pertinently observes ti >ard of ? ty cou hi con? tently take a hand in the good ronda it. ? mploy nt of prisoners in building i idatJoB of petty ? inlty. . hicngo, ii, h bai for se tion, have prnctl o for thc present ! tight agni aggnge * and . r efforta to a move g by county-jail inmates ndert Itei li :',! Ids county, Y. Tl: npleln unties, [thin ls In aucct ce of els or elglit . thc Juli. * illM', Of t Yoi?'? . . t ls |laV inty ha* OOO, and t Im Ho 0d ol STA Iii.ail 11 ra I unite That Drains. DC nut: - et of road that In prairie soil a ? ,r ll months .?in of I i'ound g grass aeed ac drainage. ? perform the ik* protected ? tion of the narrow wagon p turn ls always!n bet ght portions ls do rot follow ? form length the front and rear axle* of tvould for roads, considering; than any other v. lliirnliiK of Mark Soils. that muck refill drain ? |] unproductive, Ihe fer for plants \ I and in Bu* ? ?r. T arning baa on. The burning n 12 to 16 avail* ? ? tbodaof pi ? ? Stale Aid In Mlnnrinla. 'or rood I now r the new l lu Hie N LADI LV IJ I rea mii : - \ Where frlendi ?toes ii Ol m . Waga tar ir I Midi Int ii; - WEAB RESISTERS Tba neatest, most irraceftil shoes iiiiiii.' for women's wear are "Waar ? rd." It isn't necessary to make a shoe I sjaraaap la resist wear. "Wear Resisters'" streiu-tli I* flue to u-'-oT nutt*.rial-, ttoiiest tsurkitmioinp. ll trittt.-titlou tu tin IJNBMm ss Ure Um ssiar comes. . Mad- i'-,-iia|H * I,, i ? cvers-foot.and - 'o -int .-M i) n.nto. Look fur "I...stitt ? aa evei v BBMM you buy. B LEWIS CO., Boston, Mut. ? Wear ResUtx-ni" for salo by A. E. CRALLE. Smithdeal Practical Business College, Richmond. Ya. Jk. The Oldest Business Colleqe rs, ita I aa si Ul Usa OM '.aiiini,ia. Uraod New Building. K.r*i i.i st a it-imiidiiiK ui Virginia; second la ths nulli. Olsrl) iin.l pructl ii: four are authors of valuable booka. ? loni** ure en . ? men : iii) have confidence In the InsUtu on. (.luces in two .las ? wara ot re I ii- -i lulen i-. Only two ol the sis could ? liiu,i. Neither of the two bad n writing ic-*,tn-. No S nd ma,Ucl,nu. I'as .'lint alghl lor pill lieu.a G. M. SMITHDEAL. !'ri-i,|<iil. "I , a.llni; Bu .III of the .lulim. Uudetphia uumofjrwplur. The areal anoesai of the Bmlthdcal Ool? ra ts due lo honest work and tin- dean la* ? instructors nike In tbe pupil-. - I iHiptUeA. ?Prof Hm I tnd ai is a deadly enemy of nil iiiailniial sliamfand RU|>*urflclal methods lea, lilli. I .!</?, .Moline, III. ou'II Need Us When You Want Clothing. We sell clothes thal make s our neigh* Iml ask "ts lure did fOU (el tl" in '.' ooh like ia ss nil thc nine. We make a special!) of Btrouse Brothers iaiim . , the sci> baal ia .allis. OUR SHOES io ansni i.a*-. .1 iii quality and stj le. An examination of our stock will con? on Hun uar nu ti- shoes made ij Klee a- Hutchins, snd lad loiin Kells, are superior In every .oas to iiiinf roods oostlssj sam* Wi save a aosasaata i.<>r PLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, (OTioNH, ii \ rs, c itfaa, OBtrn it;m**t!i\(; 0O0D8, kVOM, a kt siii'Ai;i Richardson k Cralle, KAK.MVII.I.K, VA. NOTICE! ive inns,d from loy i.IT si.uni ncno- lu ' iioit.t-itiiii' glen Hearse ai al to Cn Hore, tOCh Ullin lielnli. ol ES DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, ftc. m orated iRULB BRAND OP BHOl ? : and nus- UM tum OUGLAS SHOES. fieel fully a-k for a cunt i iiiui nee of Unit patronagi '" iwtodbre gi voa sss, L. J. VERSER, I \ KM Vi U.K. VA. Have Completed and now occupy fEW AMI 00MMOOKWI MTOKK. I-AKMVU.I.K. VA., be mni to -? a snd serve ear i and the pul,nc. Wa aimil ear ry la rat Shelf Ita ni iran'?, Sash, El iuds ami I Innis, ?a uml Carriage Material, St mt etta Inr ll at/nits, u/tural liiiplriiirnts, I'luirs. Castings, ,i <. ,i stock of Buggies, Murrey, nnd Road landllna onlj the manufaetun ..ultu.ml tu give ? ? of G < . tm ni, Ac, and it it 1.1 /.Kit.-. nm a l.t. i m i i "u in ral I uuiiiii ?Ignments. avail, Robertson I Co.