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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
B^a^L^L^B^B^L^L^La^B^L^L^La^B^L^L^La^L^B'aSKNT. VOL x- FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY. JAM AIM 19. 1900. NO. 17. ClTY DIRFCTORY. I ? ? ? . wAHD COUNTY DIRECTORY. lisbt ? j VV FLOURNOY, w. C FRANKI ATTORN ~l 0 MU ir./y-A-/.' - ?4TTOR1 ? ?. MOO-1ES MANN MANN & C C P. VANDERSL i, s A!* |M Biv. Pr . a. (' H. BLISS, ? }\ M.MARTIN, ? | WV, Richmond, Ya., Farmville, Ya. PLANTERS' BANK, FARMVILLE, VA. - - Captui paid up, $.10,000. Surplus $30,000 DIRECT H. I. BARROW, K. M. H. 1 ? ? White &. co.. D Medici); Druggist i b FAR! JEWELRY. ? Illili::; A BEr in:: S inn! - ul a W. T. BLANTON. V-AY. j i ? ? ity, inn i ? .: li;i*l il with. ? I *? ft ti bul re ? ll ll]r*lll t ? in the ? ? ? M ? t .? \tith you bo ?'? of Injury ? i, like ? marr; ? train her ? We must I : cry, How can wi vi ith your ej ' ? it work. I ?ir*-iv ; if I v. illi a bul fun ? ? ? Do uae a I i111* ... m< ? "V Wy Iii have all ti "I - you." "N..\\ lei. after i-Iii: "Fal you every I bow much la evei "Oh, i don't know. I - i uiMiii your in.ni ntul meanwhile he i will have "Ai il if von do ry ii*-.* within tl ? n nv "I ' -. i! It'l it." "Alli. \..'l ll,!' I "1 luppos* "Nut ii' I know ir, *le:ir 1 "I I batt- you." Imitated Prank bj - ttr til.' lilt'. Itt a few t changed Intu a ? "Why, whal a ? "Vt.'i Hie ti ? "I tim qru "Now. "I .. but J i Wt.lilli Milli. ' ' I ? ? ? "WI "Y- a, pool will di thing1 it " ? I' kunu II. ' I will it." "WI;: ? ? <i shall i" -; PS (if il. I Julia. I Mr. Wy Vic relni very v ? character lhal I? lor.kn! upoi '; ly. Very fort*. \ ' Prank waa bound to< nm! sorrowful 1 j tbat i' tice. c ?lift) it lu? ihinp to icnl coi | thal al I ? i ? after circun i thc ii " I intel 1 ?. ru pled ? : ? ?? vra rd. Itali Int i-st I un 11 ni: II I Pl ugh laves! I. i V i P Y 1 .1.1 lu- *>> air in ii. - I ll Bp* - Ibe * ?' . Imt I ? mail. ? ' ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ' ? ' ? ? VS Ittr - ki nnil ? ? ? ? ntul tn priv i ej t.f ilil? li tl ? "AD. How I i i :t I' ? i. .1 ? . ? t nnil llnt^ lu . pi lit.** ii. ? ' ? tlian I Bl .tilth* ' SAT UP IN HER COFFIN. Bri ??.rt Ini'rni fruin a Pro* lrni-l..l Tra Slea ,, Uh a Blair} ol "t-i'iUK dir I.mil. ' fut \- ? public lhat I ht I relatii physicians, nail having all i ? up isl it,-.tit.ti that her pa , hei i rof a - DP IN HER COPPIN. . Just bad I best *.f - ? i. that : I lie I Hit ? i ; ? h< r she 11 land, or be, ia sui about tel 1 11 ? - cl her carefully ? i [lirt-tl. nml | ul waa Mil! nlite The Jobi soi a are i truthful people. - ed with tbt - ed through? trying the -.'ir! alive. LAST OF HIS KIND. I arie -l<.lin I'ailai-K. af Dillulla luus. I jr, I ml . Lives as a Trap iii* r, lt r liiiil** Iroia Other >trii. of Duboia eounti ? from any tither ? lives "I ode" John ? i. one of the remaining pioneer t mp ju , era of Bout bel u In ? - a gnni] living by trapping ihe mink, otter, t-kunk him! ugh puttie nu which tn '"M IN. ? ..ti *if :i little ? r : - ? - \ bj him ? ? on his favorite ipitallty lt . whir* n d of a frt-i-. ? .! fit r - BUf* ..ni annoy* \ per* ? lbe tra.:, rs who come il hun i bira but thi ni inn with Shirts Kiul tinta nf I The. Bterior of Ro IIria wt and bate made of the bark of ti tree, which is soaked la wa? ter to I t*1'. then beete* ka it pliable. OM Style KleslM Beets. A novel i ? Bf thc civil war, still pre rai la In thi ' ? Weat \ irginia. At nerdstown they hate a picnic called Each person Invited bringa a -I chicken, the h<..*t providing the .1 regetab kettles holding from ten to twenty gallons, and the combination is cooked over open ii j-***-, for st i, or until it is reduced almoal to a jelly. Pepper and other seasonings are Introduced. J he girls anti you Iowa mir the soup with long-handled linn spoons, keeping up a march or walk around the kettles as ibey ilo so. When ii -.'ill's spoon clicks againat the spoon nf a young man In- is at ll tn catch ami kiss her. Of .-tinis*.', there ure many lively aklrmlaheaand a ?lea! of fun in tbe gama. When thi c it is ladled out it.tn pia;. to bc delicti us. I he custom owes its origin toa i (Stonewall Jackson's men who wi entiled in that part of thc s ex-confeds keep up their organisation. Thej have a reuniot rate with a | ? Hen up should be ma.I*- ot - chickens, hut the veterans had : up f*>. i thc wur atiil make a com pi * .ninia and robbing . mu? tual uudt rstundlng. \ cloud of blackbirds t* Holli... amt I- . ? Bur. i blackl iiml bought him i ut iii. then ? dayab have ? ? ? eleni ? jr..blbitinf ?. fie cr tl will i and Informed the hie! stable that law. To i - evidence that tl ? 'th it. Mr. Volney itali owns many farms In 'inty, I'ti., anti southwestern New York. He is well known to be rich, and tun \ ear* ago was tortured nn.l rob lied. Ever since that time he has feared :?. Second asmult. ami stl slant fear nf some nf his neighbors, even u*? Ing afraid to collect his honest debts. Hence lt ls that he has now sought ret mong the paupers nf Erie county, uinler the Impression that In- will molested In such a rei ri A negro nf pious mien was recently arraigned before a Kansas! tty court on a charge nf stealing clothing on Sun? day. He BtlOVS to Impress the Judge with his piety. Being naked what he lng on Sunday when the gooda Stolen, he replied that he v. | his room reading the Bible. The judge asked him what part of the Bl ? sdlng. The negro hesitated, then said: "The?the len Command! Bub." The judge offered to let him go if he would repeat the decalogue, but aa the negro could not cen q commandment he had togotoJalL ordlng to accounts of a 7\v i in the border counties of Misson: Kun-as, between Springfield, Mo., and Emporia, Kan., cities ami towns hate sprung up rapidly, hundreds of poor farmer-, have suddenly been raised to affluence, industries aUied to mlnfng it*- everywhere flourishing, ami tins summer at ha*e I into the *li*!l itt. 1: mit l.e cnnstni- ted fast enough ' commodate the newcomers, thousands of whom are living in t. Much tm.re should be dune by charity, both private ami publii Bged ? than is being tim . New York Journal, with much truth. for orphan children, but eon little is linne for old people. An we all grow old, all our at niggles have, for object to - from poverty in old i Talk al.nut bad lin M'h laon (.lobe. An Atchison ??i'l sat ? her money all last winti time visiting a sister it. Colorado this summer, ami the sivter hail twins be? fore th< n girl gol h.r party _ Sew Invei I I for throwin out of work. Their utilities in creating work art > are employed In tbe vi ,f the United _^^^ loada of Readville I people who thought they baring a fl !|i ? rc"1 ? , a neigbboi inc town a feu ne np s total of 170lo ? ti laaaqaerading as a fare eolli Since Joseph D. Sayers became gi or of Texas K babies In that state have b-r.n named after him. "Considering Bil the De***;, s and S.'h!e\s," says the gr-vrr-nnr. "I think that ls rjiilte natter? ing." ?r+iA. ?^c iti '?Mm A WOMAN SOLDIER. Kirana** < Itara.-trr Vt lu, VA aa a nash. ina Bf-tUl*?rlal mt tko Plfsassaraia. I a il ia aa Uniter) . : spa of lils I nattery ea with : ..ult. Ot - * i.Io. He ssked me shoat one I un prl tate !n our baft try. I wrote him a de? scription a of this sol? dier, am! to my .ur, ras) sa r from bin .tt William Illa*, and ifuliy until June M. 1863, fi rli.iff de araa made, ill .'el and Die Fif? teen!: ' that "Hed ' I in ali ?, M years I. ley*B tleath. be that he m. Imm* "i.t-ut, | wi Ka 6, In chargl | resident ? --r*-e . ? noon be h the - a I'urpi I ?tay I t.n gun tm of ? 'ained ? en hs Hr handled **itlom ifould a ; miss if he had . The s gun, . a. lied I .psign >J ii,J liol ni VVBS A lal was In .v ol Sene ? ' laws serve rgt el Strgt. Ind., and .'. BOW of Kl ... ami t. Hi-ndricka, l I froal him he but his M as on gun No. : dubbed him . ? sp hy Maa md rook by ba dfl with the rest of Ile always carrie-d a pportaaitj it. Ile always ami I be lt of i.c would t . the next sut? ler to get a supp J. Bia clothes were . ..-anllness. '? ? ned, flt for duty at ths In stature Bbosil Ava fest three it ches, about IU or 140 in weight, red hH m. Ilia hand? writing, as a 'u the treasury Pemlnine. As a can . ? ? ',.? tn:.ment - a red rag i :\ersation lys polite, ?- r '),** war. ., oa me lo . and had g machins ? ha died In iii her BOW, wm a . the officers ina bat ? l;?- l-head t Idy look i wenty I war. be added . polities or dla ? | rovoca l tirade f. I do not i punished ty. Sae did eera in the to mj knowl (ler coi with people at I bl :>ve, if d. Ik-rage .\ainined| ? ? .! with tat Bane ata? ri .ti before Btrt needed; ?eri-d rick W. Foot, Ia Satiousl Tribune. ?M