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O i'll KMBKH ll, IfMMB. C siot J::' fapirAtisns ?Zos a.** - -_ Vrsmttlv T^id. pffBliuma ^:-:c:n-:::v wa-' j:;::.. Paulet! <& Paulett, I uh ti rance thal I dhu rea. Vigorous! Kabblng 1[h |. \ nliiient will I .ililli!. III la JaT^,..' | known. Ko Kit iimoM), Va. I rminil hllSllie lill ?it hilo your -tor e ..- 1 ditl aol wm ' ' ""' a ? Hone Lilli v Igor I vvus ino-1 ulna ap the sm en " rellim of nu the - .1. I Pratts Fooil tor Horses, Cuttle um! Poultry. Kentucky Horse Tonic. ll. c. ('ut it:, Druggist M. k Headache Voted per mc . Iitth .. ihles. I ol I lol un .i I nlil in One l?iiv. Take Laxative Bronto Quinine Tab All druggist* refund tbe money if it fails t" cine. K \\ ilgua tan i? mi each box. pened in Dgton, ami tlie lobbyists arc auitiug the prim-eiy entertainers. ?sprt.nl Like vTUdflre. When things an "the best" they be Belling." abraham Hare, ,i lea I -t, "f Belleville, o, wi Bitters mt- thc bandied in Moa t dis much I ami - ? mea up the . kidneys ami '?'il, strengthens the ie i ea multitud uirslailie-. I ls up thc eulin tfiu. i fe and vigor Into any weak, sickly, ruudowu man ur woman, w bite a Ca, Drugg .? liver, i Tba Richmond locomotive work led with orders. McKinley i- a saUghij man arith railroads aa most all nf tin awaited bb fsaTei HI.I In.nliles. I rial treat un ut Free. ticer, old rofula ii-iiu'- mi the skin, pim nol pam-, il mil, itching skin uni all blood <>r poison, ,., ired hy taking one t<? six ti ti Botanic obstinate I! B. H., which Thoroughly tested kee tbe blood pure ?ik! rich. Druggies, |1. Tnal treat free by writing Blood Balm Co., I . Medical advice free from ?|-?eiali?ts, iv rite t .lay. How churches are built la tbeaub)ect nra article, in oi.t mir exchanges. "lit would i i complete &W& ? f the aniline Laxative Bromo-Qiiinine ? U? renitajy tim' runs a cold In ono day For Mih I lu ap. ling stoves cl order. NV. P. Kn ii ir] I .univ ille, Va. Mop- ihe Ceagfe iiihl narks off tba CaW. , Dine Tablets cure *< - ('ure, do Pay ? ; meu un DiugA Clark's. interfeltsof tch Hazel .-i v.- Most of UMn ? -- or liable rn i !VJ,lr> .1 ii. Witt's Witch tain cure for piles, H*iu disease*. Winston Dru. I kiug skirts . skirt. thing and beal K"* Hl ii t"i anv pur . ih-w m's aitch veli known emf tor I: heal- flores 1'.cw ale of Win-toil t pair "' ?" '?-niii.-: a i lat k's - lo 1. Hi.it Throb-blag Headache von, if you iiM'tl " Kuii! - Nea l.i!.- Pills, rttousands '" ?u" i m. n match leos i Nervous Head i !n ikt pm,, blood ami tiilihl up Only - M mev - . W bite a <-".. i, m w ali ne lac ap to tin ail th. im nu (ac ll 1 nhl am Me thn tin l-'ii Bil Iml I'm; by froi liol al! per wit .-Ul' .-III il vv wit due tim: stol . La cb i () (.ie Ucl \ bai eiiv pas -un li? llie -I"' nu I"! cul, l-'iV deo ni" Dal lawn t mint il Milln The tow ii ct ni nell niel 'I'm -I tv inch in regular monthly seasion. Hie foi I 'wini; members were pre-cut with th preeiding: Measra I I I . E. W's l I. M-'iii-, VV I Davldaou, J. B. Farrar ami Dr. Andei son. Thesergeaut reported as follow-: . .. ? Bj |., h.oi . - I'lic tiea-ui i submitted the follow? ing: I Ininti Ih-i report : coiiiiiii--Iiiii,-i, instil BMBM ? R iry account, lo |.o,," account, nie injin occouut, i lo cemetery account, , , 20000 s| s| i.icu-! account, lo "inane , 1,711 S3 - liv I Iii.- followiiii,'lull- against thc town srere approved ami ordered to ba paid: H. W. 1'i.nL M. Jr., -tree! wurr.. K. M. Jones, repairs to barnet .Jenkin- ,v ' .... sboelns ni I. M. t rule, iii'l-., Clllte .V Anderson Inn- io., medicine, K.l. Matthewi Harrow .v Cowan, lab ? VV. J. ' nv I. I., toi.h. tax on lot refunded, H vv. I'lniieii, jr., nv lal nu ordinance rhos. A. Kui II. 1 VV gil, uni- . I. 0 I \V .. :.. t , ledi n- llgbl Supplies,. 171 I.' Huies nf the council were suspended nut thc passage of an amend? ment to section j ,,f chapter 13of the town's ordinances, so a- to read that iu> firecracker* shall be bought or sold of a ls (han live inche- tu length aud one-half Inch in diameter. Buaiuesa being resumed under rules tbe committees' reports were continued. I'micr thc bead of Light Commit report, Mr. O. T. Wicker, superinten? dent of the light plaut, reported tlie great need of a larger dynamo for In* ?amlc-cciit lights, ile stated that tbe Increased demands for lights makes it ibsolutely necessary thai ihe capacity ?f the plant he enlarged, otherwise 'm tiler applications for litrht- will have o be rejected. Mr, Wicker called tbe ?mincil's attention to a second Ininti lynauto which can lie purchased for Tba original coal of Ibis dynamo is tated to have been about 11,000, in isa only three months ami guaranteed o he in Urstclass condition. It lias apacity for from 'inn to BOO lights. Tba capacity of tin' town's present ynamo i- 350 lights, ami luis been in he use of thc town for nine year-, aving been a second band piece of lacblnery when Installed lute. Mr. Wicker Stated that whenever a atron of Farmvllle's electric Imht- did w Li ol have ii Kooii light, H was lunn no ^ mit of tlie town's plant, hut due to It eft-olive or lom,' worn tampa, Mr. Eramberl moved thal thc dyna- 1(| ,' ..I,.-?? Tiii-ic was |u i second lo thc motion. anderson moved that tbe electric fbi committee he empowered t.. In* Iji ?silicate thc matter and, if they deem accessary, to purchase thc dynamo commended by Mr. Wicker. Car* t-d. Mr. Eramberl waa Instructed to bave earmory front painted and penciled. On motion of Mr. Wall thc treasurer foi as instructed to keep separate from i'" lier monica, the special tax levy ol nts on the ~ 11 h ? laid la-t Bpring e specific pm pose of paying for Hie dei ac,ulam load. On motion of Dr. Auderaon tlie fol* Bring resolution waa adopted: Resolved: Thal the following oom* Ittee to wit: w. T, Blanton, mayor; . K Davidson anti A. I*. Walkin- Le <1 they are hereby authorized to gotiate thc -ale of tlie bonds author* tl to he Issued mulei sci of assembly proved March 3rd, 1900. Saul bonds be payable 30 years after date with ? power reserved to redeem tlc- Bama er the expiration of Qve years from ,,!| ?ii date and to hear a rate not t .vi- d- the I I per cent. Bald committee la nol to tem ike any negotiation for lt? thin thc e value nf -aili bouda. ? ?I bel i.. ? ?ih in rep 1 opt stn Illa thc ic Sectimi nf thc V. M. <. \. Coarse. lu-citi/t-n-of Farmville are undei mei igationfl to Mr. Howard, thc cairn 1 efficient secretary of the V*onn n's Christian Association, for Intro ring a bigb order nf entei tal omen ts, i second of which was given on la-t day evening, when Mr. Edward i'. loll occupied the b larda, ami di ited hi* audience from start tn lab. He Introduced tbe programme reciting two exquisite selections in tbe gifted Riley, and then for an ir gave tbe "American Citizen," In ,iis of pathos ami comedy, sonatina, thc various ena li marvellous accuracy ami power, I without thc uni of music or other n or woman, doing the full work of eil appointed company. He closed b an artistic and Judicious repro* tinii nf a conceited ami love-truck le, leaving the stage amid a perfect nt nf applause ami Ins audience inicd wnh in- varied gifts ami un I genius. n the '-'mil we an promised Hie a Club of Brown's LJniveralty, and t must mean au eVCUiug of ran cm neut. I'lli!.ilia I'lVVt Illili. .moog the teus of thousands who e used Chamberlain'a Cough !;? m ?I- ami la grippe during the i hw veal-, lo our kuowledge, no! ;i bas resulted in pneui ,-. VA limn'I.i a- c., Lim W bicago,one ot 'he mosl prom nt retail druggists In that elly, in iking of tins, say*: "We rec.un ul Chamberlain's Cough Remedy la grippe in manv I i- - t- it iml v gives prompt ami complete re? try, tun al-o counteracts any ten* ? -ult in pneii i. i i ,-s||o| te! A Iel IV . rlington Heights. Ikkai.i) and Wortdoalj *l.fl0. reel Mic ?ral A mit a ve in I'll." hilt wen amt wen nilli eve! Tl Ctl'ol t.ll'ii ol I rein holli ieee ll tull wen cam men mini Al emil y.ui mah li?- X I T 'h. sect: Brain] ?Brier snspet itii. t i be iioti.v ot Jacob Miller, udora waa found in tba woods near H at ''?pot lasl Tueadaj apparentlj bad been there for more man a monti i ia- remains bad been partially itt voured bj vulture^ eyes plucked hon theil sucketa, aud the oulj meaus i d' iiiilicallnli wa* tile dtad mali' Clothes. .Miller Waa a mai ind iii.in "od Wbeil his vv ile wa- lpn -Hom tl COU earning bis fate she replied with mon is Indifference, saying tba! bel husband bad knocked her Into insensl bi ii ty tba leal tum-.-he saw hun. Ex? amination Of the hotly hy tin- acting colonel revealed ? kihi shot wound, wlinn broke two riba ami cauaed, probably, instant death. It appeals Illili Mun i waa ln-t Shot while 1)11 a lonely path In the Woods ami then dragged a short distance to tba buabsa, 1 rn- murdered man bora a good repu? tation ami lite people of both race, ni the community are highly lucan He- terrible crime wim-n baa been com? mitted. CommonweaJtb'a Attorney Watkinsspenl yesterday in tlie neigh? borhood inyeeilgatiug. Bteger Uaaaj. On Wednesday afternoon a pretty marriage waa solemnized In tba borne Of Mr ami Mi-. J. K. Ligon, their daughter Mi? Mamie ami Mr. Hunter K. Bieger being tbe contracting parties, im- ceremony wa- performed at 0 o'clock m the beautifully decorated parlor, hy Kev. S. H. | 'hump-on, and immediately after thc Uoalng prayer Mi ami Mm. stager repaired to tba Norfolk anti Westell! depot where Im-v boarded the eaal going Lain for an ex? tended wedding tour. The marriage rn exceedingly qniel one, there teing present only tba Intimate friends ?f the family. Mr. H. W. Walker, a lend ot thc poon acted a- beal nan, ami Mi? Fannie I,mon, si,tn of lu-hmle as maid of honor. Prof. W. ! Cridlln played the wadding march. Karun Mle I.railed ami Ililli Minmi. Koli of honor for the week ending lecember 7. High school: Anderson, vtiains, Farrar, Whitehead, Wblte* Ide, Winston, Alice 1'aiilett. < trades: 8 Dundee Martin, Madeline ticb, Oacar Wlcki i. I Mary Davida ni, Grace Walton, ?; Lixzie Davis, lugh Garland, Ethel Ligon, Marjorie socktttl Walton, Willie Webatei ? n Rives Hoopi i. I Louise Grayi ; Paul Barrow, Baall Jackson, Tom* nc I.mon, lit tue smith, |) Henry hutiii. Emmett Webe) llriital Attack Haiiv Pickett, colored, made a moat ratal attack upon im old negro Damed in Coy on Hie UIghl of tlie nth inst. ink, it is alleged, waa aituosl holly unprovoked. Thc old man was locked down and kicked in die aye, calving a terrible wound. Tbe only use Picket) had for atriklng Coy waa e latter'srefsisal to give up bia own inh, which he had already divided itii i'ltkett. Pickett was before Mayor Blanton e following morning, after lodging ** jilli over night, Mid waa made to pay ly a linc otto and ? Hie I .univ ille iiml Powhatan. application ha- been made m the cw and Equity Conn, nf Richmond, a decree lo sell the l-'arinville ami whalan railroad, ihe application ia made last Monday ami the court December 21st for the bearing. The ?ne will be strongly Related by some thc bond holden, Parter leetlBgef the "I's." \ pallor meeting of the "Y's" was tl at thc hospitable borne of Mia, w. Venable Thursday night, lit . Ii wm pleasant to gather together thc miine nf the cause which we resent, ami yet t" pa-- the hour- In lal Intercourse one with amil her. in- programme for thc evening was ned hy the singing of the "V Bong." r heart, wen- touched with pity by selections from "A Singular Life," l by Mi** Littleton. We under id a- never before thc powei which um drink may have over a person. s Louie Mini-'- reading?-"Wear White Ribbou" -reminded the nbera of tin- Influence which thia e symbol may have. We all cu? ll " I nat (lld ,-vvtcihtiii of Minc," teti ny Miss Debbie Jeremy. Mrs. Iburne honored us with a -witt i, li i which thc Kiil> "en- veiy eful. a poem,''Convict Joe," was 1 hy Mi? Maude Gray, t the close nf lb< onie a -sim,' conti st tunk place. Tin lee bad represented thc nation- in ry puzzling manner mi tabli different places about the room. prizes fm' the "<-r '-ion werealmple, significant "white bows." They ? awarded t" Mlaaas Lottie Morris l bene young ladlee ? ei'ii-idered very fortunate In wiu r a "I ICC "I nix'' wa- a noticeable feature ot thc ling. ie mental strain, occasioned hy the t tn unravel the mysteries mi thc -, w;i- relieved by the annearance raltera. a- wi grouped om md the tahh s tn partake nf the -hniciits, we reallied that i ur well a- 'in minda, wen- le ive the benefll ot this meeting. ie rear/of tbeeveolng paaaed pleas _\ In gamea and converaation. We a/ban the boar for parting e. ami each OM Voiced thc -ciiti t that the evening had lieeti thor dy enjoyable. .-em marnbi ra, we n fret that poa d not he with Us. We hope thai will realise what you ?lased, and e it a point to be present at tba meeting. Mai uk E. Cuan , i'lc-nlcut. (LACK DEA1 il' In-ei ticide for i ( abhage \? omi-, and 111 - thal feed "ti tree- ol plant-. n.e. Cat i n, Drugi BRIEFS AND PERSONALS, i. n .I barden i- the IIB r< bear; I.k on ii, lill it. .inl.v, ?I np and walk beneath i. rail in.t for sorrow, Halter aol foi .. But on Up, lill lite ironl w u m. Judge Hundley waa In town Tue. il day, Hr. ami Mi-. White have been Ol a vi-it io fii.'i d* in Abingdon, Mis. c. ii. iimt i- visiting friends h W Babington, l?. c. Normalises are working onHat urday in order to have a week foi Cbriatmaa, Tbe meeting of tbe V-'I'm-day after? noon wa- better attended than tbe hiisiiu? meetings usually ara, Mr-. Jim. K. Wilson, of the''Refuge," Cumberland, baa gone to Indianapolis mi a visit to her son, Mr. J. R, Wilson. Mis-pearl Venable tefl Tuesday for W aabingtOO, I). C., where -he will -pend ;i mouth with her Slater, Mt-. George I. Vaughan. If you need a lir-1 class lion -ale of thc very baal make don't fail to cull at th-- H| k u ,, otRct ami consult ii-. Wc have a bargain for yt m. lhere wa- a time when thc wort efforts nf the merchant tailor wen superior to the baal of ready madi. That time is past The io.nl- are still glorious though thc HiiiAi.H predicted mud ami mire in a recent issue. Hereafter we will md t-io-- bridgea or wade Uirougb mud until the nett?ily i- mi ii-. The sin et in front of the Wrigbl iv i- not ,inly unalgfatly, hut may he rlangeroua Attentl.f Hie Btreel oommlsstoner i- reepeetrolly In? vited thereto. 'Ihe hoy- in thc country are having tournament.- just as though the winter hadn't conn- Tin- last took place jil Darlington Heights, ami tilting ami baTI were marked by unqualified sue Watch for ihe s|e,.pliiir man in OM if the store windows nf Main sstlSjet, ?oinineiicine at ?"> o'clock Monthly even- ' im ami lasting until Tuesday nights tbe sleeper being awakened al the Op ii t I louee. Tbe Farmville Guard, in command if Capt. J. U. Martin, willi glittering icw uniforms, Babrea ami guns, took ?ait in the great parade in Washing* mi Wedneaday. Aboul forty ni auk ami Ale, linnie tlie mp, leaving ?ere Tuesday and returning last night. Mr. Joseph Hannon!, who has I ibaenl aboul Big months in Europe eturned home Ttteeday afternoon, | ii- voyage in both directions, aa weil sin- extensive travels were pleasant t( a every detail, ami ot a most Interest* ic character, visiting places of bis arly childi.I in the Island of Corsica, Ie enjoyed thc beal of health all thc lille. Mi. Main.mil- friends wel unc bis .-aft- return with greetings of ne heartiness, Mr. Woodson Venable, son of Mnj>r . K. Venable, Jr., has been appointed milt court clerk of I'rimv Edward runty by Judge Hundley, Mr Ven- u ile ha- qualified and entered upon a- important dutieaof tbe office. Hi* ?pilly, for thc present, i- Mr. I ll. rmlstead, who was fora number nf di ?ars thc efflcenl deputy to tbe ajor H. K Hooper, county and cir ut court clerk of thi- C unity. w All honor to thc olliccr- and men "f li e Farmville Guard I They are pub* r ibenefactors and oontriboton with it hope of return. And the BBJM Ll ne nf those wlm form mir Hand. No un unselfish work i- doiie in our wu. Tbe man who inal-.e- "two grass grow where only i cw before" nopes to sell one of them, n t our sold iel hoy- ami those who ike music for ii-, can indulge im 1(i di hope. Why imt give them a bau* \\ et v or some spproptlate < Ibrtatniaa , , Itt "i li.i.'ttlv ul lour I'riciiils. Ihe story of a remarkable coincidence ,] ,- told at an informal reinmm of <'. n (i| lerate veterans in Columbia,8. C., (|w s the New York World ha Bishop < atp rS, the Kev. I)f. |av Swain, the Kev Dr Whitford Sinitb |,a I the Kev. Dr. Duman, of Virginia, |le -h entered hi- eldest -"ti at a board- w, ? -din il at Cokeabury, 8 ( th 'lc four gentlemen were Methodist in.- ami liiui been lifelong friends. au un 'ne hoy- remalued tn thc school i ?male- and roommates for two * -j ii- ami then entered Woll nd <lol* w.(. i-, standing respsctivi ly, Brat,aecond, tl.r rd ami fourth in a Large rt4I 'bey continued to be roommataa for ,[,, and ullin graduation, when ao ding waa relatively Sn md, third ami fourth. BV1 be young men then entered a law > m in Spiiitaiihur?r,S. C., and studied ,.r() lef thc same chancellor. risen tbe war brokeoul they entered t|lu .tain Walker's company, Jeokln's ure le Regiment nut hey were in ? - mates, ami, being ,x\\ r thc s.nn- height, stood togetbar tm. .attic T t tliesecoiul hallie of Marni?i- a |,jr, il frmii a Federal battery fell in the ,lln l-l of Walk- "iv anti BX* t|?. led, killing these f '"*" comrades, ,(? t InjuringuootbaraIn Uiecommand. ,|,,. lev were burled on the hattlclield ,|,.4 | sleep In tba same gTBVe. which is a , i marked by a granite ? i wol Hi. Hi st Plaster. Wbi puce of Dannel dampened with ~-N" uiiiieriaiii's Pain Balm ami h..uml bor be affected parts la superior tn anv !?' ? ter. When troubled with lame |M. ^ k or pams in ih.- -ide or cheat, give ... trial ami .vu BIB Certain IO '" -'?d' wiih thc prompt relief wei nh ii affords. Cain Balm also cures T n. tine application gives re- ??,, - ih- by Sh utei .v larry, Dar rton ii- u;hts. ' -_?,- lal* Inf lieut. tba very deni rahle tl wei, nu' boOBB. ' ' Apply to W. T. Dbl btb. timi "What Mai Happen in ll,,. \,\t Hu ilrnl Vcars." ' rs of the Hiaai, will remember tbe late Di Frank H> Watkins, who lived on I Yillega Hill t the beginning of tbe war between th i wi,., wa- actively engage iii thc practice of In- piofoeeliin . deon "f hi*, j,,hn Blfreth Wai kin*, .li , ha- asked the "wisest am in .st can ful men in mir greatest Inatl tutioii- ,,f science ami learning," fo '?rio the above query, ami in (in Lodi Journal fnr December "liocltd the BMWSfS, TbBBI we propoaa to give to mir raeden in condeii-ed f,,rm. There will Ix 00,000 iii America, The Americun will be taller from one to two inches. 9| ailing bj souud will have !*?< i> adopted, ami thc Eogllsfa langllBgt m.ire spoken than any other, i will rank sseood. Hot amt -told all will lu- turned 00 frmn spigots, hy which thc temperature of hostess will ix- regulated. Mosquitoes, bouss-flies ami roache.* will he practically exterminated. clv-cooked meals will Ih- bOUgfal from eetabllsbmenta ami served through pneumatic tubae, hot or enid, I" the hume- q| the people No foods will I ? . dust and Impani air, bul uni he kept iii liquid* air refrit'crtitoiH. All Hallie In cities will be Mow or bid above ground, and automobile ve? hicles will furnish trun-|H>rtations for folks- ami freight. Photographs will he telegraphed lioin any distance, ami will he made to reproduce all of nature's color*. Traine Will nm 1VI miles an hour, ami Ire free from smoke ami limier*. automobiles will he cheaper than horses arc imlay, ami feimeia will nea automobile plows, harrows, waajons, ac, Tbe man or wmnan who cannot walk ten milts at a stretch will be cmi i weakling. 'ur -hips will go from New York lo DiverjMMil in two day*. In Btorma they win dive below the water ami Inic await fair weather There will he air ships, hut they will ie principally used uh war vessels. (Haili guns will shoot twenty live niles anti BCBttSl death ami ilestruc ioii iii wide range. Then Will be im wild animals ex cpt in menageriee. [tata and mice viii have baan exterminated, The a ill hiive hccoiue practically BX* Inot, Cattle ami sheep will have no hnrnv I in will sec around the world. (Hand pira will he telephoned lo private A university education will lie free i every man and woman. Pneumatic tuhes will deliver store ackagea tu bornes Vegetables will B grown by electricity. The fruits of ie tropic- will he grown in this lati ide. Strawberries will he a- Large as ap les. Melons, cherries, e-ra|>es, plums, il-, pea.-he- and all herrit-, ill tie -ce. ll Soil will he enriched hy plants which ike their nutrition frmn tlie air and vc fertility to the earth. There will he black, ?reen and hine sea, A pansy will he as large In ameteraaasun (lower, and violet* ill grow to the Bise of orchids. Few dru;,'- will he followed, ami only Inn thc stomach i* the scat ofdlcesSB, it- living hotly will tn all medical be tranaparent. afr. Harrow's I,al?nr Plan. Editor Herald:?I wish now- in write .on my plan to make lab H helter, h tvhnie. There ha- been some critl* ni nf tin- plan, and I shall now show . Hem in my plan baa been us.- in different sections of tlie ni iv. ard ht- proved t" he good. e will take the flrat Item, that of only limr labor by tbe year, wv hail that item in Virginia frmn my earliest -..lliclion until sixty-live We had bile hiring days or day. Tbe lir.-i y .f ibe year wea hiring day and ii" B hired nanda for a less time I han w liole year, and when we hired a lld, WC had the right then limier our i- to say whether tba hand that we il hueil should take a day ntl when wanted to do so or not. In other had tbe righi under laws ii tn control the labor (bal we bind, il we will bave to have thc righ der law imam t.html labor In-fore - worth having. he second item is In regard bi how shall pay labol ? That i- not ma? tch om c tn make such ar L'.-inenl a- -inls hun beat. The ni Item treats of the regulation Of ps to suit tbe bands that we have Hied for thc year, that was the old lem in Virginia before sixty-live ,'o one ever thought of potting in B p when he did not have the labor med to work it, and the result was I crops were worked then. They now planted and in many worked at all, and in no caae are tin- crop- planted worked as well a.* v should ba. hi- item al-" states how wc -iiould ..ni condition upon which we will The condition iii thia Item is -une that has heen in use in m -t them State* for the last hiin it l- to require tbe party i wants to hire to bring with lum latemenl from tin- lasl party tie kui fm, stating what liecaii do and ?n -.rt of character lie lian Such a the party wanting la Ui get tba kind of baud lie wanta. mirth item staten (hat lalmr should , d j a .I aoeording te what worth. That plan i- In USS in all I regulated hii-messes. Hem in thi- plan recoiii id- thal we |h-iitnm Ihe legislature tw gtslng the employer of ?r the |Hivver te control Ihe lalxd l he hires. North Carolina baa t, a law, and it has baan m opera i for twenty live yet.? .,r mure, aud | Dal rketl w.-ii. north Carolina a jUeted her law- to suit tin, | , condlttoossnd ha- praapered far mm than Virginia, that hu- been Blake anj ebal gsa that affected th new v..timr populatJoa. Now, if Mr. Hebdltefa or any "ti alse caa sea anything idealistic or vis imiary in lin-plan, he will perform i good service (o his county ami State h give usa better plan that is not ideal Lath) or vi-iohHry. Cnti.-i*ni i hut it take- hrains to formula! plans to conduct business successful!*, upon. I am md weil,let! tu the plan that I have given, I nave Only .trouped lin di Herein items that haw loin- been in use into ? plan. All of the (teena bsvs been tested and proven to he good. W, A. li IBJtOW. il Luck Of Vu lilitor. "For two year- all affbrta to BUB ?ema In tbe palms of my bai writes Editor H. N. Lester. ofSyi i Kan., "then I was Wholly cured hv Bucklen'fl Arnica Salve."' D's th',. worlds beal for Eruptions, Boras and ail skin dtaaassBB. Only 28c at White A (lo.'a. Fleming A Clark are taking ofdeis for mens'winter Suit-ami (Kn I wu I.immI lunn Mules For bbWi cheap for cash, Apply to Ca it. s. w. Pal i.hTT. Minutes nt" S|irinir (reek Literary Noemi t, DaKI.INUTuN HaiOHTB, Va., ) Dec. |0, 1900. I Wileri lamps wen- l|fhU(J In parlor sa The m.-inher- nf BprlBSJ UBSSfe L "society llllswi n d to , all. And to Hie hti?|ili?l,|e hom., of Mr-. Terry ? Ired, 'aiiiuieii! ni whit'lt itiiinv -hared. Dur, lYsslasat, Mr. Oliiiam, abo i n wini 111ni-n ease. First n-keit Mr. Terry wliov thought ss mi lit nh , ItU'lll aSBBSlacIf lie rend how the .liner 'fl wife tried T" BB rid of Ihe liner hv the kim' I n Bites, ks we sailed ob Hera asst tor a a We nunn! that she had chii-eii f,,r her -tll> '?oui|eii-al:. "lie Hermit, hy Goldsmith, Hell ? -|K)ke, Which was very milch enjoyed liv all Uta* rnry folk. lome hom Um toes mt, ??"tie very funny jokes tnt* Mink Twain, he masts, von know, was .surpaN-iiii(ly K'lt.d, When we tell you lt Was rendered hv sfssars Norval! and Woos. .'hilt-Hms hy literary enteitattiment- mn lillie We heenileil, All too noon UM hour for adjournment arrived, utah look forward willi pleasure on Dee. Ttii, to ooma By inv nation of miks hilly, to Mr. Wilker? son - linnie. Miss Dla Hooker, of Farmville, was ber parents OB the "viii. She t'aks in high temis of the Normal. Mi-, a E. Harrie ta very ill at her onie near bera, Our friends and nebjbbora are busy Hiing bogs and pis."*. Very little Hall lowing ha- been dOM yet. A large ut of the tobe. la banging In tbe irns, BS we have not had a good -ca? in for striking it. Mm. Willi* Foster bad commenced walk abottl 00 crutches frmn her ?rained ankle, when she lost her hai? lee and fell, spraining her arni very i.lly. lt is time for mir hoy* and gill- wbo e offal BCbOOl, to eoliiuience to count e day* lielore they can collie lloiiie. e have already colillllellcell count mir. How te (nre ( ruup. Mr. EL Gray, whollvaanear Aroenla, I1C hess county, N. V.,-ays; ??('h mi? riam's Dough Remedy i*the ix-st cilcllie I have ever UScd lt ls a lim ildren's remedy for croup ami m vt-i i-to cure." vVben given aa eoon as c chilli becomes bx i e croupy cough baa developed, it will event the attack. This should be n?e in mindanda botlleof the Cough ?iiioijy kept at hand ready nu lustani ? as soon aa tliese lymptoms appeal r-ale by Slmrler k Terry, Darling I Heights. Pratt] (lunch Mctltlimr. Fk.i.iu-n, Va , Dec. 12, 1000. Douglas church wu.- tbe scsne of a ely marriage on Thursilay 'dh inst , rv. Mr Khler officiating, when Mi ? ircnce Allen heeame the happy de oj Mr. Allic Lipscomb. Thc hilde ls hamlsoiiiely altin il in a brown ih -un. hat and gloves to match, e ginini aron thc conventional ,.-k Promptly at 3S90 o'clock tbe tl ii piny entered the church t strains of Meudelaaobn'a wedding ireh wa* bsauitlfsilly retidered bj s. Hanson. They cinend a- follow-: en Cunningham and May iltT-oh proceeded up MM elate, ide Meaara. Arthur Alien and Frank II pioctttietl (lp tile other ?,? Mi-ses Stell Chappell ami Marnie bj* Mesara Goodrich Overton ami ?hard Bell, MsBBa. Manda .Mien and nm C. Allen and Messrs;. Joe Bell i Kmmett Lip-comi). Thc bride ne in with her maid of honor, Mi ? ely- Allen, and tba groom hy bia t man, Mr. Hamlett Allen. The le couple, Bert Walker Allen and litia Rice, were the Mower l-earers he church wa* beautifully ?: in running cedar. A reception wa en thc tindal party I liur-day night Mi a. c. Allen, of Ired way, broth* if the bride Ii*- Estelle Chap|)ell left Sund itlivilie. li-. Mamie Rajdd ami M.-s Kate lil will return te their bOBM mi tin a inst '/-W' ;,, one can rea-onahly h"|-e for gnmi Uh mile? In- howe!- m.-. ? h dav. When thi* i* md attended disorders of the stomach arise, mil? li.?, brade' be dyspepsia an I u follow. If you wish toavold neill- keep ymir boWetfl raft! lug chamberlain's stomach and ,-r Tablet- when required. ITstj i^eand mild ami gentle Pm -sale by nssaWterA Tarry, iingtoii Haagbte, : ililli il. lp i- n di ?: . ben a i* ? ?ouch or cold ma 'Md -hu d , .j .,1 oOCt lUgba and colds ami the w< ral i ea ?up, brooch 'hmat ami lung Drug Co._ "Bifore honor i- hun.. 1: at.il Ihe lill',. Hanna will never "gel then Man elixir. rd, N. ll . .' i -mt. rei lorlun :. uni, out Kodol ! i well man ,,[ a* H lt ? ii ! j rouble. Il ,,, 'he w..rst eas vmi good. W inst represent i , a it .ic pe i irina to .;?; . -- t protection against a n petition of ie Colorado horror. wind "i the ? ives When tin -too ut lt must bave i without food. K digesta what you eat" so thal you i a cit all the gootl footl you aral I Whiii it la restoring the health, lt i- th.I*, preparation digests ail kinds ol i .od \\ in- ii Drug Co. I he bSSl I i"l .. .'hinman. v\ ). D03 bs. Now I- the lillie vv hen croup .-, 1 lung i' ital. Tiie i-niy harmless n tnedy that pn du - immediate results i- One Minute Cou b ( ure. lt i- veiy pleasanl to take can be relied upon t,, ,( , coughs, colds and all lung disease*!, lt will prevent consumption \\ Inal n Drug < 'o. ihe Priuce of nc d the on a-e iii lil- llou-ti-, ami how 'I : in liiu-t toilow . Thia l- ii BB blow lo the knights Of the Mal iron. Thc most effective little livei pille Blade me DeWilt'a Little Karly Bil Ihey never grips. W Instou Dm. I ( llc.ip Hiller. Paraone Intewated in baving via r irought from their springs by win-ami nuke!, sa iii do well to write J. \\ . (h ii ii, i- ino-, nie, Va a system comrasratlvsly Inexpensive, The One Day Cold Cure. Bl y iud quickly cure. Dewitt's Little linly I. Hilly little pill*, hut tiny neve! fall 10 leanse the liver, remove obstructions ml invigorate the system. Wlnal n ll Uk,' Co. Namul a ir.I reliable larmer ami maid itli or Without family, t" woir. arc- <.I team furnished. To _'ht man a mosl exoelli ol chalice Jiu IN C. Dh MABWSOM Farniv ille, Va Dpera Housi 4 JOLLY NIGHTS, rABTwa Tues. Dec. I. ART, THE LAUGH KIN', I HI ? i ni I vi] M AMi ; iW M-H JUA -, ,, | UV. Prices ?_'?". .ucl li ? at*. served Free 5 I'. M. Munday. :.'s im . f m.i a >r Marl wm in nt window, who svl ' [Itt willi.ml fOO : Free 4 P. M. Tuesday. zmMZ , : I ?'Sf WI si , ___.i^J Jim** im peats "ni In Uk "ac $iT*t J)ay iiiadc him -lek. iftg*jti*& rfl? simply McAlpin's made him well, ? Road |., Health ID U i- P? ???'< -J Far, I . I : - I .\ KM VII.I R, VA.