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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
HONOR FOR THE PA8T, HELP FOR THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. VOL X. FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY. D13CEMBER 1. 1890. KO. ll, ITY DIRECTORY. NCY, FRANKI A. 0. W?- R i ? MANN & CRUTE, C P. VANDERSLICE, O* ii 3 v" ( H. BLISS, ^| M.MARTIN, PLANTERS' BANK, E, VA. FARMVILLE, v; r irnlture 1 . snr. . - ? ?1 ut 1 ' I - '. . * ' ' I there * i the io the nch on :t I - ' ? ? ? * ' i with Littra* ? nt on f t Ii** ? ivory : the ri anil rs, ami full play. ' Ufa for Ihe rn mit with .' j are ? rney . ..r the ?! with his i ? 1 ' ? ? ? iu)titur1e ? ? f the r- the e.>nn i, ear ' pl to ? ' tobe well te i ;ition ?! the I come ' it is I intain I ? th d tin- White ul, i- apt to that fusioi. BBOSt jtlapetl to < xt.ie admiration, nut! lr. * I '?" I IS, from the wi riiu.-h Impressed with I ' ? "s, and ?? I B .?tnt int.. ? : tried to d ? l ,; " Tho air : ? "world, ?: ??I." Ilii-ri- un- I in three or four weel i ii, such s ni sii.h terrible lisa ruin- (hst they ming it until ( Ill-K? iel. ?I. of ? iT.ni i,,;.iv people . dos] riail ? ? ible along with you, a lionr fm secret prayi I yon bs sam i i ? >l saturnalia. Keep noli, I bath, though they dei ?.i'.l Puritan. Btaod off from gambling ? her i; Btitutlona which to Imitste "ii thia aide ti ut the Iniquities of Bades-Ba en. 1 I vour moral mid your immoral hi keep pace with your physics Hon. md remember that ali the sul? phur and chalybsstc Bpringacam ? much good uk ti , il flood that i real ? forth from ?he "ll iv be ymir ? rice it a til i I Heaven. ? her temptation hovering ur nearly all our watering placea , We all a sot think thal iis ghi to ba cultu of human dsgrsdstion. Thc not of snell inp ?van race. The Bible inti] - better than a sheep, and I is better than a horse, like Joli's Mullion. Ins r.<< k bcd with thunder. B In Olden Un ? rider the Lan of opie, and in our dav the same Institution has come up under fie I til "- mu? tti, r r ? And lt is rm "agricultural ' liing that is Improi ll inning, bul ? and t! ? Deas, and th.- - bond* lion th.it fOUBd tinder t l,e old I I I never knew a man yet who eould give himself to thi | of tli-* turf for a long reach of time raia. They hook up their , n and put on '. lng cap and light their rir.'ar and - id dash dOWB ? : The great dav at I ; ( ape Kay i riv all the other watering pisces is the dav of the races. Thi ? d. every kind of equip. | taken op at an almost fabulous p and there are many respectable pi g with Jockeys and fumblers and libertines and foul-mouthed men ari men. Thi ?au 'i ire bets run e . s. supposing ail IB fair, put in their moi Ogh it. Three weeks before the icel ? lind the men in the secret I -teed to bet their money. The nun on the horses ri.linc BtOUl d Ump. BgO arranged who shall win. Ll .nd or from the can ? sad women ko sbsorbed ia tlie struggle of bone and muscle and tr that they make u grand harvest for the pickpockets, who carry off the pi books and the portemonriairs. looking on see only a string of fa with tl - flying around ring. Bot there is mativ a man OS that ? honor uno domestic hap* ? rtunC white mane, white ? in the ring, ? lety mid with fraud and with profanity ami with i black neck, black foot, black Neck snd neck go the horn's In that Epsom. Whits horse ot honor; bia. k horse of ruin. Death says: "I will bet on tbs black "I rn ill bel on the white Thc white horse of honor a little way ahead. The black horse of i i:itiiii ted, all the timi . him. Spectator brest] ? ut on the lash, dig in the t] They are past the stand. ,1 ii?i as [expected. The black horse of ruin has won the race, am! all ti ? lories e - "huzza! huzza!" and ? ni to pick np : j Meads, hi io do with horse racing dissipatiooa amer. her temptation : g round ? place is the formation of .iii.i Ufeloaf maible for more of the do must ic infelicities of Ihe try than nearly all o' bined. ? icter aaa ba who form compaaioo amid such eircui iv where tl one pr of life you want more than glitterati.! splash ia not a ballroom ? : b iw and prance and ! SW inf of loog train can . up foi nm,.ii sir ?.\. ll gi among the gayly ' 1 :i,lu go um..: | light sprsy of the. sumnur watering . lind character tha-t can - of human life. In the battle r,f life yOB want a : than a line fan or a Mit* hind <f life is v that in order to draw it you Braal a team StrOBger than that made np of a ma isshopper anti a femiuine butterfly. If there is any man in the community who < con tempt .n^ ame onght to excite the eon f .n. it is thrf r 1*1 in striking ing infant ' I .. tie of . timi lr. i.nd'r Th, ? I her i i - I ' ri wa torin;; mm h.O'. r all around oin ? ? r hO?l well .i ? cheek anti put a ? - eyi. she is , ? . drunk. :' thc : th daught.-r of som- man in . ' . j mi may sriv ir. ? bat she is "con ? are full of ' plc. A' the cn- i on .lind f ? cali them, lint "I pagae i ? 1 ".'? niau h.- r up ar.! ' i him .". : , indeed C ID yOH ii a foul BS ' : nan to a grade, to a th - > about like the tor 1 Dd short o ff. I' man gu- dow ii t" des trui I it is sin I- ^ you cr, .ii the I ' hr st m it is the fourth mile it is ? sixth r r,and thei . until .... ? thou I is red, w i n it st it ., like her t mi tr'rry ot h. me- which will b. i d perhaps quite arm J ? re are ' without tin.ling ? lng p! ? taiaa opt n I uncle; r of sal'. i ruck .mt of tl..- rock in the ! bj Hagar. Water to drink and i be In. Thc riler of Clod, which is full of water. Water o' which nev. r thirst writer in Ihe val? ley of ! *r"St< r tal fi.nu ai throne of all of us. V throw f mir tr.;i it is without ] \o long sad du I In . ti all bubbling np, ai d they wi re all dif erent, and In r i Diing np Into eternal mlle, \ . bemli I will gt) I of tbi r watering | take tl ,] T' 'I you th.it i' sn mach of iron and so mai li Of Bods and fo much of linn- SI ? i wt il. thii stale, ' that . for ' I e. I "Ho. ev I this r you tr tcp in it! Tl ? I 'he covenant '? er. Why I in it? Some of v>u r.re too Wi take a Btep in th ? n we take yon up in the arms of prayer ead pluage under the wave, hoji ing that 0 and who, ! into the Jot b dive came up, h r.iploxioned n* the flesh of a little child. LIKED THE VU But th j Chicago G.ri Dida't Care for the Lieutenant lie.-eiit war Drina*Oat Ihe Bjeeaaree tal a rsa ..t n Raaiaatle Vaaaaj Winnini VI lin Hail I tt ii SlrutiM Btrlna;i in lier Saw. ' ry of - of lilt' .nt of Danish war. The ., Chi* lo him k Into ? of Inti ant bural out: ! want yoi. into 1 '.v." : we bare our reputa ?'. look after, and we don't know what i..ii nii.l 11 ? been doing mit lhere iu the Phill] ? dence of the fri, t that only a ful woiil.i ,! mic bj one tl ? view thc photograph nf n beautiful j m. I he w re i.y the i hundred would timi thc original of thal picture. alive by the Kill] i the woman. They Introduci d him D and wom? en, bul tiny all ikly at thc Lieut. Jackson pro documenl in evl* ? i th I i :d mtstified , i in an April t ? : t unity ? i /.. return mail carried an affirma? tive reply from the J gether with his photograph. Though her to m rite t.. him hi y further communication. Ile served through the war in without s d was then I to the Phill] where the elim..te undermined his health. T e landed In San I caine Immediate!* lo I his wiil-o' ? Aft- ? h the young worn prom? inent and a mut U with the officer on thi lng. At r if the bronzed fal I of thc name thc girl was startled out ol during i he ' ' ly to continue conversation. .?ailed." said the friend, maliciously, '" j nu of ? "ti. boa i i, lieuteiiair exclaimed with visibh can't you -tay for t1 . It will "Voil don't I." In' "Why. yes; didn't you know it"' willi it scowl at tl | I j ,,ii \- li'. . your letter "ii. j ea, I know. li. 'ut we Bt-d mily nie,- ThMWIaa i'm,ui r...i?. An ? attire of the rice at wed ? i ford, is a,ely after - I'r.'lt i e thc bri a sbowi i >.f rice struck ? cf it enter them to bolt, with thc result thal the I ami ' eil l.y the ' lady wa- such that thc honey moon trip had to bc t. : I .incl. Illili fruit hu \i.ili,iteer. At a recent part* a j oung Indy I ? i ? eau io.i i. :'h. "liriibou-ousand I rt lier ." cried an auctioneer who ? - ? it. 1 SHE CARRIED THE OBELISK. A Once lamons Vessel That la .Nun 1 ne,I as n Sen Oalas < nsl llnrue. A vessel win.! Qg i il Lu , ia in port i.,. bulli fur tl.. . pt in :' the I ile. Bul l a ll. ? New York. I i i'ji i li.. lt - slto I,ii,,ry to i" lown on in forma with can? non ball- un.ier them for roi ? t waa placed In a crib Axed on a loon. The pontoon aid ship were lifted n a grating dry dock, head i.ml when this I ong and IS tigh waa cut in I I the ship on it (.'rome hal ii raprovised ball ..f cannon balls. Inside tbs ibeiisk was braced ali ? ison. ?ive.f about it to t nade si nd thi til.- ? ? ihe tit ally set sail for Nea i 1880. :arries meals to workmen. law nn Ratersrtataa Peaasrlvaals ll.it l? Laj ??? ,!" I':.Inti.in nt ii I'xrtane. ? " - tin- Philadelphia I: riirOUgh his ow ii .let li ... and only works on an av. .f six 1 i'om - d op the etnph to carry their \ ? )f the ' ' linne: ?' the empl. ? ? . and thc 1 nipt - able 0 carry the dinners in a kn ' ' push hich he titted ii;) with si ? . lia business Anally in hail to hire a horse and wa In Ol rom my starts out with the .linn. 1 a. m.. and .1. livers those that nr" art heat away. ! md collection at ll: 15 ..'el work in mills heir hornes, tho boy managed to baie ll thc dinners deliver* d bj I Iii wi r the u-o . ' vliich is moro than some of ; ?ustomers carn in the mill. QUEEREST OF ALL DUELS. Ine tit Hie Must lleinnrkiilile Affair tit lli.Hur Rv er I'laeeil mt Hieortl. ' ails ol 'anions. It&liaa fi bool of sm his own lr ? t way what he thOUghl ot lum. ? be weapons selected. I ere to he p lt, ami al the word of ? Inn to turn armin.! :.nul ! I1 I fl ii j...rt and thc w Hillel past his ear. ile tu r\ with thi listol iii hi- bai Ifni, ii ? . ?ave him a snun.! I iv ith I 'or tl : wan! until Pint's ? lu nt' \ lei..ria-* Letter tn la sal caa. \n r. ? i Vic orin, . >f the The letter, which d. pi.ili uni apprehends mlu-rs t.. follow, the emperor thal ? ? Yearly I'lectttlnns In China. per year, but h. nan forme. ' four ? ,n cen' Most of tl.' rho are beheaded are water pirates t.r ? lits. PORTRAITS AT HOME. i.ie lassestleaa for Amatenr I'll.itnttrn |.hers fur llnndllaa Although all kinds of in*' rii - w..rk rr.' the. .'. eam .r. It rio on di .il of ? -un I ly ? 1 with ? ? r, in a r< " -. Blina oas on this p lt v -an ordl ip to a from the hoard. cut to fit a csa* ' | 'V-"V lng. In front of tl ' board should be I of whatever r red, for a ? 'pure a . Hence in snell a wsj readily. .,:' light from I , is pro lided. . .. Idle ,-loth I i i. ur at tx ? wall, fastened <.f the cloth -i'll n strip .', like a ? BSrSSS | frmn the I'l'.'.'S. Anoil" | the celling of the ? .tmera, Will ti ? nf thc a full face plctUtS at.rl ill ii' ' . e I,iee for : .re re ferr. "\V! ' ht to lie a full-h ? '.unrter full le I that tho U] ? tl ra? it is wi ll,on this . white that 1! ..ward Bj ire. "Whi ly or tlufTy hair i QStS tim ? ?? top SCl'ef I, timi and t! ? in an Bf> far as pos? sible i be softs encl and to, ? nted." MINUTE SUBDIVISIONS. this Srttele Glvea i?u a Faint Mea of .ltl?it Baw Vert small au Alni" Ia. :' t he belief, which let us kia of sand, or ii ? my fine .. liolllil siiiaii i sj bs ld, if put under . assume ler com? pared with illusti loo of I. Quits tba m] with CO 1 h.' sub ii tem , out into fibrous dellca ? ? '? bees obtain. es. So :? - lt were, tif this ? .med that naked eye, .?md tl would .! the ends ? if a I. ta wore a rcpt* they of ni,spun rt w i t h i nt ure, a to the ? ?! it by .?le for e thc If a : BS of a ?;, a half* :'; ? thread, , ! sn inch ? i.i- . tlaaalo, A ail sida ls fi hy eight or nine inches rr