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ILLE HERALD, rKinAi .- \..iii i .lilli-. .,((holli vt uh Hu Karmvllle ? VlllUVIU Xl,,? i t.' un i h ii-i mo ,*-??? m n,i li il ;t.|v.t italtx ; thal w the other columns ol' ? -'ii Bli The toug the locals ? tilli lill- | rigidly ad< lino - il Insertion of who have b the Hi kai.u fur tregu it retotore, i-ertitiit ol . mg the local i?t m. La Urtpp* in i it., i loleta. if it nure hundred Pai'i.ett At Paulett. - the geuuine ? '.vue. UMit.lllHili-ii; Hitit.tl PUimw. lt Ul Let tba ible. Ymi t -ii by buyiug mie ol ' ii LETT. '.linton* New* in Dr, l>. B. < '?Pour ? A Indi Ililli ? it mi ber tint the lu - ie t cure I*, cont .iel- have Bitten la the purl tier known If- the uni. tetter, ?I runuing . in -I-.- digestion I ? illllli t is. ? nature, **? ho i it H. C. Cl ute'-, vi il! i Only . ntul without miler from j ever had maa Syrup tbe civilised world. ? milliouBof i iiml ymir druggists marvelous. lilli lallllL' I by physl ?il.- will euro ur ' - iii all trie Globe* -tie liv H. C. Crab , li ag Viltu-t lr Int* i ? . "It i- Prof. tat in in . in all ; lin- la-t ten i 'U- having r than an.v , lt md f..r couetipa -men, positions, . exist, thal l I .ihi i- a grand liol injure the system .eellcllI foi i indigestion." 8am :i till civilized eoun Iricv tb brush guar t tbe bristh H. < Druggist. Ile I onli ?| Ilir Siir-^t oil-*. 1 Kiimk Hamilton, i -Ull'eliliU I '.-lulu, lu ? cured blmsell Xrin.it u the world. 25 . White i showing ? upto-date colored I'rUUk. II" Viii I ni' till'eiim Hit \|>(m lilt ol a 4.oaf I Lv all |.r ilv-, ? <>llt ?! A Life Pills, tbe woi dy, gives I ll ? ill an J lulu! thal iii*iii. (Mil -_ rug atora. / ?ward ?ffifniini, in way, '? ii- ft.it 'ii. ?n thi faitbfulnesfj l.llllilUI I VI high hoon lin- 'i h.. ul in.' bride's pareuts in thia ol i 'harlot te county, ami Mi** .1.,-,j,tune ?: 'it"n. daughtei M , ,| Mrs I I Morton, vlei, united lu the hoi-, of matrimony, the Rev. Dr. Harding, pastor of il, by tin I Unit,rn, ' I in- walters vi \ I M il,,ii, V\ Ilise and Moi :,.M wo* mani Henry Lee, ol ' Flower b ai. rs, little Misses Minnie u an.I Mildred Richardson. The bride via* beautifully attired In a handsomi ide -mt, au I rmi ail Beaut} -rose*. Mr. .Yatkin- i* an b??u ored uni,-ial nf the Norfolk ami ho cai rio- with hun from Farm ville's garden of girlhood a fair flower. 1'. m. tram fm an exteuded North) rn followed by the good wishes nf a bos! nf friends On 'heir return they will 'heir home rn ville'-, loss i- nu: un. Hie Viticiioiiii (,irl. I'lie A. (,>. Bcaminou's Amt Uirl, a comedy drama, was glveu al the Opera House in Wednesday even? ing to tho luteuse satisfacti.I the most appreciative audienci gathered within it- vt . and -n she shone pul lights on lin*, mei The plo! li too. The World men ami women acl mill with marvel empb , old age bad it- boui >l and orphanage, childhood laughed, ami smiled au eil, but spai ie artist won lau? rel-, the h>, ed ber bead high In the air, the schemed, chuckled aud lost, thi womati was bumbled, the richly fur ni-heii parlor glittered in the full blaze of electric lights, the comfortable cham? ber of the widow was dimly ligb the flickering ll ime <>( a singli while over aud atiove all. tbe Aim *-irl -li'ino ami sparkled like 11 uiug star, and reigued uucrowi muli*, | leeu, Tbe audience laughed, ami cried, applaud d "called hack,'' and weut I aud --aii-ii 1. We ii-- uol hesitate to *av tin itali < url i- the success of the - Wanted. A lillie more -ami iii tl.' A little less of Bu ' our Wa A little in,.re nf macadam i tween here and Hampden-Bidney. A little n 'trio lighb dark nights A little linne nf labor during the A lillie I" >av I., tlc -j.rn . A little mme attention tn sbadi in town. A little !??** of throw in the streets. A little iimio nf ehaiily hi milli iiml mau. Ah" Kuli" in human couduct. A llttlo helter atteudauci. County ('milt day. A little lil.ire Support nf J institut A little less nf politics and rn patriotism. A little moro nf cheerful paying of tho preacher. A little hetier knowledge <>f our? selves. A little iiml.? consideration nf old people. ? ? A lu; vin |iinlc. A little mule COUnty |'l nie. A little in i nie A ll country pride A little ninie local paper pride. Pickpocket')! Il.tul. Alex. Janean, tho smailes! negro in Farmville, ls in jail, having , id jury el. with picking the pocket of ( ii- that mi Sunday last Coles via- with a in nf hi- friends In lurtbouse. Tb< - Hiding around a tal timi. Logan wa- tn i anil in the lan. i - la.iiraii via- a purse ooutainiu Presently Logan retired from the room ami ('nie- -"..I, thereafter, missed his book. Hi- remaining compan? ions were all searched hy their co ami un! 1111111111,' hi- mmiey suspicion al miio attache,! tn Logan. A v\ -nil ami Oflici H. Lawyer Wm. ."-muh, nf Cumber ippeared In behalf of tin- i er Monday ? the evidence .1 ?' the ,t ,,n in the grand j tnamlt <i hun tn j iii Until (hf next of tho county court. I tu- "-tale. \ . ;,n ilk located ami ? ? 1 i,,t iii ihe i,rn n ni Farm? ville tm ms varying lu sire limn 100 Ui l,0uu . In the county of Cumberlaud, body, 1.1'"1 acres ni laud . IC. Oueoftbi I'll lice Hil". limber, fe** -.,,0(1.1. .mall hm valuable I i ii.'.ut 140 a,-ii- in 1*1 icc, 1770 euell i,, le Farm Aokncv. Where dui you get thal tie? Whj ,,,,,,u- iv Clark'*, niey aro iht It-adei-t in neck weal. "Hie Iles! Wai tu Iiml (hit lin ?Town." ^ ?* ingei dropped Intu the Herald ict niiy a ni bought a copy "I ibu i'an. i, ii marklug as be did so, "1 ll the beat vial to timi out the toa n." Did he mike a mis* I the Iii BALD a tatt lilli! mirror ,,f Farmville life? I- ymir idvertlsed io Us col um t We try to make it local. Help us. Iii*' I'h.i*. Baal Statement. We beg tn call attention to the state* meu! of the Planters Hank, which ap. lu tin* i-u,. ,,f n?. Herald. 1 : strength is "surplus" and 1 bj this the riant,), i- impreg? nably strong. The town aud surround, are in be congratulated "ii the t ck bottom fumulaliiiii* mi 't* leading financial Institution Board nf Bapenrlsora. Al the last monthly meeting of the Priuce I'.divaui Board of Supervisors ml' ? ? rtcepl Mr. (J. Vi resent. They were R, M. Bur '. presiding; a a. Hat km*, i: I,. and W. H. Hubbard. The allowed a number of accounts ' ? ? 'i 1.1. iuperiutendenl ..f the poor was authorized to have his granerrj covered with tin. Messrs. Burton, Dupuy, and \. H. id were appointed to buy a bone at the po ir hiiii*e. By the unanimous vote of tbe Board the salary of tbe county judge wai In? ti tu |600 pei annum. JR. ll. I. \. M. rnor Tyler baa signed inc bill incorporating tbe Jimmr Ordei of Aimil.an Mechanic* It is said (he i'u-t step the council Will take will he the ousting of certain of their own viii., Bided against the state council in it- righi against tbe national organization, The State councils ara n .ler suspension. Should they pelted tin- i roperty holdings I DO( be alli Cted, and they are in a position to go ahead Independently m i mw miler. I m. 1 aiiL'hs l.tuiil. We take the following frmn (he Bi, : A newly manieil couple applied al a popular boarding bouse yeal a d u. * board ami lodg? ing .uni were accomi.lated. Tin v -imvveil fatigue of travel ami theg.i lady made them comfortable ami kt j it their presence a secret until .?.ii nen the other boarders be 'I ni- ami the Story came HUI. A /'" reporter got tho tip ami upon , ui found them tn he a run iple I ni Cumberland enmity. They were Mr. W li Price, a widower tie thirty summers, ami MU VV I Lilith- eu vt .i*, both i f ? 'umbi Hand courthouse. i - I hat the lovers have - 'inc months under dif? ficult: . . - father ob -?? -?inlicit- that ? Idea nf over gaining ent to thi i.. : iag<. and con worse w hen tie y md maile their plans ; ? j ung lady told ber ,iiil imt cat.- fir Mt. Price any more,just tn ease their mimi-: ami late Sunday afternoon she mel her 1 they drove tn (Irewe, mi - >utberu railway, enroute tn Pel* i.ani. N.C., and finding they were pur? -uni by a cousin nf tho young lady, changed theil course .anil iimve Mime further through the country tn ! .. station, where they tunk du, arriving in Danville o'clock in tho morning, then they timk the 6 o'clock train tn Pelham vi here they were made man ami wife hy Par -nu Waiker. It waa an exciting trip, tiny di.ive thirty mile- in the rain ami . i Dight young lady i* pretty ami accom? plished ami seemed to enjoy hei ro? mantic adventure. Tbe nappy couple left hy the 1:30 Hain fm- their limne, and to explain their conduct to "Papa " Hay mule friend- in thi- city. NOT I! K. ,; finn tn let mi shares near tile. All plowing linne tn date, e...,d leam-, .Vc lt, \y. H Richardson. i.i .1! Bargains in Beal Estate. m ?,f ion acres in Appomattox, convenient to railroad, with oom ties ., ,,., it tn pay fur the Apply t" rm. Farmville Farm agency. A ClUMM lor a Hume. We Inn- f.-r Mile uno nf tin in the Karmvill. tiict. lt contains mme than *-'H? aero-, hut can he divided intu four Danns, with dwelling, barns, Ac, mi each, opportunity foi young men who me renting. Apply to 1 in. I .v it. mv ii.i.k Farm A.uv v. "Iii Hi* Step*." ,,.,- under the manage? ment m Chas. M. Sheldon, author nf . [it Steps," will lu- issued fur one . Diug M 11.-li 13th. Mr. 11,.waul al thf Y. ll. C. A will take db tm Uk' same, -? cents fm _ |||?, ,.V. lill lit ll V\ IIIIIMH. Another great discovery ha- been uni ilial Inn, hy a lady Ul tills ; list ase fastened ita clutches ,u. .11 i'm- ami f?r seven years she witb 1 -1 tests, but her vital .,, re uudermiui d and death ,1 imminent For three months uglied Incessantly and cou anally discovered a way to pun-basin title oj in Discovery foi sumption and was so much relieved tat she 1 I .nth two bottles ba* , ,|. Her name 1* M 1 , Lutz Thus writ.- w. * . Hamuick a c..., nf Shelby, V < lt V. lille i"* ' 0. ? -,,,,.. |, Oe and Tl I i..ittie guaranteed. Tin- I'nvflling Iai i. i*t *. Al 11 -i in |.. I- ii - il, terestiuH i sen ? to the pu-i ulai,"ti "I inc p,,u di .. tbe late Dr. J. M P. Ats forinei president of the i l>r. P. Winston presented lin trait, Which Wa* '.Ma. .Ililli ed hy Dr. Mell vallie. L[tC\ |-i. I".red pi md/ P*ffu M. lliii1.1>.11, ginla, delivi address. In presenting Hi/ j/fn ., ton -aid: I ' teem il tPhigh prl President, ladies ami geutli mi '?vin an bumble place lu lt i- bul tardy justice to lender this c to the memory of your pn de whn fm mme than a quarter ol a century was on these hallowed grounds, moulding character and shap? ing men. Good men ami true, I im mortal. Character Devei dies. In uther liva * men hve, transmitting their virtu.*, blessing and making better tbe tide ol humanity. The fain.ms Dr. Arnold, of Rugby, whose life fashl.-d after the same high ideal na- -., ci,,.cly paralleled i.v our loved president, bad fur bis great aim to be jual and honest and true. He lives today in men having higher motives and mor.-cerated efforts. Fur inure than tvvn soon yeal- thal .?aim, benignant face ha* been recalled with inspiration lo tbe right Fresh ami fragrant la our memory of him. That severe ami lofty estimate of duty and that discriminating judgment have served to uplift and "trengthen many whn have fought and st! in tbe great arena of lire. Fm tbe love we bon bim we would perpetuate tin* Instrumentality for good. Thi i do mora endearing, m enduring ties than those by vv Inch a leal ncr i- bound ill reverence nial gratitude tn hi- faith? ful teacher. Phillp, nf Macedon, displayed rare wisdom in employing the I. Ile a- tUtoi fol lu* BOD Alexander, who was In he kirnvv ii a- the The latter wa- accustomed to say thal he loved Aristotle a* In- tali' mie having enabled him tn hve, thc uther tn live well. The pleasing duty belongs tn another ;tiul worthier bod tn consider at length the vi rt in-and excel lenci-nf cha; (he heroic life and labors ..I' ?uii - Tn him l cheerfully yield. In the name nf Ihe former ntl of Dr. J. M. I'. Atkinson, I am structed tn present tn mir .Mina I through you, it* honored tin- memoi ml uiloriii-j affection. It- noble m iginal Inspired ii- wit li high purposes tn live well. "Hi- lilt- hath *ei landis i ti-." 'iii-t thai the moral ami *| iiitual qualities a Inch dominati some faint edin in mu-. May lld* pnrirait, which Ihe artist basso hap? pily executed, and which attractive your hall- ol ? , Impress for lasting good thc lugeuuouH youth whn frequent tlc shades. \ fall aline Party. Felder, Va , Kel.., 22, i (or Herald:?On the evening of February tbe 11th lhere wes a "Valen? tine Party" given at Irk'linnie nf Mr. J. ll. Allen. Vrmnpily ii), *. ven o'elm k the guests arrived. Pint, beartaVreraMil \t\ twopieces in different shales and pul In separate baskets. Tbe g\lt draw from one basket and boys from tbe other. The boy and girl whose pieces matched were partners t ir the evening. Then the fun began, each one irv lng to Dod their partnen If a hive of bees had been fixing to swarm they couldn't have heen busier. Unknown to the guests an odd piece nf hem! was put in each basket; ihe tvin wbo drew these wera the iiu-ie-t In tbe crowd trying to lind a piece to match theirs, but boa disappointed they were when tiny fiiiuul they were the mismatched couple, of course tbey were tbe "Old Maid and Bachelor." Sec.nd, quotations wen nail from diflennt authors, the couple whoguess eil thc ni'i-l iiuthms received a prize. Mr. F. .M. Eversole and Mi-* Estelle Chappell were the fortunate couple. I here wine a quotation composed by nile nf lill- 1,'Ue-t* lUlklinll ll tn thc li *t nf tin- crowd: "i inc lovely daj down bj tbe brook, 1 mt I ,.. -hath nuuk, I felt ll th"', And *."i'i I''innI mit "ii lu uri tmiii Winn ! I tell yuii vt in.t i ibo*, iii'i rois. Pabawl nive u.iu*t>i ? Neil lune .lim w nu., ? When tin- was read it wa- told thal the Mtbol via* in thc ilir-e Ibis created quite a sensation, but tbe majority guessed thc right one. Third, a larerc hi at t wa- tack and each couple snot at it with ami arrow, tho couple win. | Deans! the centre of m.- I the I'll-t In I"- maine I, Pul I: them failed i ' strike Mc -.. Ul on At eleven O'Clock relic*him li served in tin diuiog .m. i course waa tbs ai I ?turu nf the evening. Last of all, b ii,,, er,.viii waa In ld -p- l-bound by the beautiful music of M and Ettie Allen. M. M. Holli I <iilt;li. I'lialilTC. Moil Have you tried it pail of on wearing Z ilglei -ice-, the; Cutt i-. Fleming cc Ul irk, i rn mt r in tl,' ? ,.r nfc Prince Edward's spring term of oir cuil emiM uni begin uexl Thursday. We arc * .ny lo report tho iodisposi i ('aptain R, m. Burton. trouble generally Dud it. . too few fi I ," many. Mrs. .1. .-. VV haley baa gone lo Rich? mond on a visit to her mother, fur a tenn of our county court was ol short duration and little ? u nu lu ia attached. Muses M uley and Mary i went in Richmond Tuesday i pedition. l he cold -nap of tho past fen days ? . bul -till We have im nut to urge againal the winter Wmk on the macadam is ai a -tami -till. We regrai that the bad places uni Hampden Sidney i in iiiih'. Mr. M C. Judd, vv Im lui- heen a it ..I Kanni hie for several will leave tonight for N< hi vv Inch i- I., di cideeither -.f intoxicating I aimvilif must iu all le ? tera! election ?heh i-, the amended Walton owl, flers 8 wwi, And the growlers growl, Ami :he ."nil . uigbt of light, : :l-T111, ? -t and wa* , DOW il liv ' Tuc N inn il -chu,.I, ii Hu- Bpi "ll, ililli the juiiiur male quartette, of Farmville, ' inlett, m new lauri 1 ;i* "ni stones." ?I"lil|l|l|"llt Milt-' -lld bl ... lived. He "I will see you ! Still another ii ibis week or go to the devil." He'sgone. There are hun i to take warning of -i.nl pay np DOW. I The February Dumber ol the Hamp den-Sidm y Mogo itu ls belora us. Under tue bead of "College and Cam .ic lind thi* paragraph: "We are , lu form tbe n aden of tbe Maya thal tbe macadam!) from Karmvllle has steadily advanced ;i distance of some thirteen feet, fmir our la-t i?tu*, the last four inches In the unusually of tell hutu lay night a ma-- meeting vva* luiil In ll.urtbouse when the subject of tenjp.'iauce.^ia* ably di [;.x----.A-i.iirv- ?hristian, of Lyiichhurt-,/irO Kev.^lMnJh Cannon, Jr., of HlaaptoJc, A Hence was pi.-cut aj'i^ m<i-t respectful hearing reu fUr> speakers. Otley presided over the meeting and introduced Mr. Cannon, who in turn present! d Mr. Christian. vt ti iii Farmvilk Dtlnued -erinn- llluess y, funner belov tor of tho Baptist church ben, * in the home of hi* son, ,. of Richmond, where il of medical attention ls given liiiu. Hi- condition, as report* d terday, via- critical, iiml little b | .iiicd fm ..ly. Iii !',*cah ami An Boar Milli Har Farar-era. H tlc i ?.. which now he? ll. M ? iieti it ? razing i giving I mt yield, while the diuvium in lui live hundred ? I- wi.) the . iii "tnkie them with i deep iitms, hut untiring, and tin- re suit is satisfied. Ii ts food mr the ' < (lie pill. but little rt adv mow j -i viii. , nail i lui.Ii.-n, Hi nf determination on hi- face, fella ptain* li that be will, tn reasonable time. title to every indi of it. That kind of Virginia plink is splen? did. .seed through tbe home farm of Mr. Wm. ii , Friday, only -: . I |0to a hun rilled with strippers, aud ali lUd lin VV.l-le Of tillie ill ?lr. ll. i Mt i*.ii, Hum chair and be key unto to the i a leaf, ami I Would really like to know bow nindi ? waa in .d' ready foe malkai In that ham on that day. The owner waa too much engaged for au inter ii thal visit, ami 1 iuu?l gat it next Ume. The farm of Mr. C. T. Anderson, on lin head waters nf Buffalo, is uno nf the moat beautiful and attractive In lue county, and gives evidence nf the fact that it luis heen m ihe hands nf a master fur In, these many year* Herc the low lands are thoroughly well cleared ami ditched, and scarcity nf corn was never known in tbe history uf the farm. Hy the way, Mr. Aiulcr-mi remarked tn ymir correspondent that his father sent him then in 1st;, fur a fewdays aa ho then thought, and then he ha- tittil ever -Hue. He COUld lint hiive fallen heir I" a Letter place. I very much regret tn say that he baa walked and worked so much that "his ure Hied,' a* lc expreeee* it, hut glad tu know that "healthy .*.?; a Worthy sire" have taken up tin- wnrk he let it tall, and that the ditch? es will *till he kept upon, Ihe furrows ; a* nf >uie ami abundant crops still cit.un the wnrk nf the 3 i took dinner at the uid Hubbard home, formerly tbe property nf the lalo H. E. Warren, and fruin which lie moved In Farmville in Mrs, Hubbard -"iii i. Mr J. E. Hui nm-tiie faun Wini" I waa eating In.ney and hut i, my hoi rn in i an frmn . ly nf Mr. C. M. ll iuild lng wa 't, well lighted ami admirably adapted in handling tbe weed f<v market. I have -cen and nf "tater" and apple cellars all my life, hut lc,c I -au my lir.-t tobec ,ar. A trail door opened tn it, and through it 1 went with the mt ina tu lind a "hule in the ground" windi lia* all nie advantages nf a steam beeta -ar- in this tobacco linn, vt 'ii round, fm no matter bow enid ami crisp the air w llb mu, Mt bU tobacco in all wt.uIn r, and .. The i is that all farmers du nut dig tad -fid ins ison'a crop satisfied with prices , id waa pi' | inn-' Un- crop nt another for market Then I met with Mr. Beverley Oates, next door neigh? bor, and lu* tn., bad -"id averaging fen (lullars ami a fraction f.?r "bright.1 Md nine dollars and a fraction fur shipping. Well i i D, and each nf '.hem ready fm- am.thor crop and another vic? tory. Tin- finnis nf three gentlemen, dwelling huii-es, ham-, -tahles, ur cbarda, ntl tu imik upon, l'he inud was .Inp. !,ut the drive tn ami fm vva* pleasant On mu I Present Hat ii.-rats. nv ??-- ? Related lu tbe 22nd}?No two lives go through jual the nina ex perkiness Mingled with tbe three gnat I hirth, life, death an- minor teeta as varied and a* iiuiiiciuii- a- the minutes of life. Consequently it is fooiieh in looking back at a life that has tieen tu envy the Opportunities that i ame tu lt. and that are denied tn oe. Anotbei man'- opportunit 11111111111; tn du with us except tn teach u- that tu ,1 and -mall iii the usion nf a natural intellect there cuine openings fur some surt nf useful ely and tn self. In feet tn e\my sensible being ls given tin* chance to take upllfcatone poinl and tn lay it duwil at a pol ul fruin the point wini .. u up. And in those wbo know th,*,and vii do nut attempt it ? both ,vt society and self. * * The man a lt 1 ? mn 1 erity in an ul b Mich an idea would i.e unreasonable made up rn oelgbboi ? c out? side t ' in . ? w hu doubt ll tine in the little . Illili in *n. rn, th. ? ui within, ...Mini fol i. f our limita? tion... distressing Iiml* titiona in harvesting it the ? indited and uiihaiv.Mcd i:. m. Dearer reckoning than tunda "f spaea J tba Baal : eternity, Lei aaa. quota au example tbat i* timely and tbat Baa not bs gainsaid, A -soot wittow with nine children, often doubted about tlc mite folding nf them, does hy them all her full duty ju-t h.-eau-e thal is tue thing lying right -traii<ht before lu-r tu be done, One nf them '"li, strOOg in the faith his mother has taught; mintons have felt In- pnwer, ami they in their turn hand on the influence ol tbeaaotber, white Moody and s|u. re-t fimn their BJ ? * ? The summing up is tn hnrabte f..lk. Von will nut found an empire, not mould a nation;jon will not stir a w..rltl, nor see your name bteaoraed bigb in the temple of fame, hut you .an be all that ymir opportunities ps*a> mit ynti to lie. The greate.*tt mau that ever hveil wa.- never greater than that. Attention Lailiss. Wo are -bowing a pretty line nf Plaids for Skirts, emile and take a look -it them. i* j i mimi vt Class. The One Day Cold Cure. I* tin! *. rt threat uv Kcrmott sChoco (?tire Quinine. Easily taken aa candy and quickly cure. A I nnrltl.il Vontk. **fio, slr," exclaimed the father, ln> presslve-ly, "you wish to marry my daughter?" "I do," answered the youth, reso? lutely. "Du you think rou can support her lft the luxury to which she has been accustomed?" "I do. When abe makes her home with me she won't have the gas turned down Rt 10:30 from the met-jr as a hint that lt Is time for company to go home, - won't have any complaints about the amount of coal burned In .riler to heat the parlor for vi ttl tors. I kind of think, maybe, the dear girl will be pleased with the change, li lime."- Wa.*hir.gton Star. Impenetrable. Mack O'Rel 1?A soldier vva* naved hy a bullet striking something he had In un IriMcle pocket, Guesti vt hat lt was. Luke Warme?Ilia girl's picture or a of t-ardi. Mark O'Kell -Neither! It was a pav utiiinlng a Koo Yerk murder mystery. Warnie- How eould that stop a bul Why, mulling could ??ate lt.? Chicago Daily Ncvt^. t I 'uah of Iti-arDt llii-n I. "I am very glad," t-.iitl the frit titi, Hutt yuii don't cherish any ill will toward the lady wini made such I 'eu- favorite part." The emili. ,, Junked indig ..' exclaim- di pe 1 know the rudiments of my nrt helter than to lot-*; my temper low anybody to think I am jeal? ous."?Washington Star. The Indolent (iardrnrr. Mrs. Suburb?No more milk? What's Her? Gardener?The cow has stopped gir 1 ii* mulk, mum. ? me! Why?" ;se she's dry, mum." "Then why In the world don't you give her a drink?"?5. Y. Weekly. The Words and the Air. ?"lillis?Ton say that Mis.* Sharps gave a solo at the charity concert last pf Why, -.he has absolutely no ear for music! Squibb*-? Well, you see she sang tho words and the audience, went outside. hi get the air.?Town Toplca. Trouble Ira tb* Nursery. Mother?What ase you crying for, child? "Johnny hurt me." "How, pray?" "I waa going to hit him with my flit, when he ducked his head?and I struck the wall."?Tlt-Hlta. Ara B-asy On*. Teacher?Jimmy, If you found IH pen? nies and aontheT boy should take two thirds of them sway, what would each. of yuii have? Jimmy?I'd hare six pennies an' he'd have a good thumpln', 'less he handed back the rest of 'em mighty quick.?N. Y. World. Tbe Paint ?( view. F.xa?per*ted Old Gentleman (to lady In front of him)?Exouae me, madam, but my fteat has cost me ten shillings and I want to ooo. Your hat?? The Lady?My hat has cost me ten guineas and I want lt to be seen I? London .Punch. Reward*. We hear the man who doe* his work Praised mere thar him who loves to shirk! -. the '.alter, day by day, rt, ease and time to play. ?n'laU-aa-o Record l> EPOR1 OF THE CONDITION OP I\ lin: Pl v\ I KU-* i: INK "'?' I- \KM Karmvllle, In tte Commonwealth of it the close of baalne-M, Febru lotte A dltor of Public Accounts ni tte loin mun weill th of Virginia: BOCStaSB. ' I -,.'!* . t?i ? ind (par Inn ? I'.Hil lt ks nieI I.ault' ? ? ? , 'll'l.. ? . -* ITIBB. i toch/k 1'. ? itel niki ?? . ,1. WM, ? ; I, VV. i.. Vi uni,lc i amii ler nf itu i named hank, tin solemnly swear th - ii ., io the best of my ? lief. W . i.. Vi -? nu i. iii-liier. ..rn lu Uefore tn*tl Noun I'tiiiiic. ..ttSStl vi. Uki rr., ) it. m. Bpbto?, IMrseters. Illus, i u. HkVEYOUB PfilMTING DOHE \i un-: HERALD JOB Of* KU K, FARMVILLE.