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KK1I>A\ \ri;n. 12, lin l ID DOLLARS ' un.mut if I MONTH OF JANUARY, 1901. h Arel mouth Ul lii-nrcs, al 1 //n if PA! LETT A PA! 1.1 I I. A WORTH. MM ESSOB. i!,f The Sun." \ \ , . - ii-, il in ihe ? : . ! tH ' VT ARRU, bj - I parts GUARANTEED CA TARRH < rf. ct CAT \ ? "'ul'- and ' ' \ ': CAI - niiut cure CAT \ write full ? ll -Hs I SM iii.' - ' Iii the ED? WIN i .l-l, . ii w lill the lin plc nf tbe lui . rt i in t ie vvnrltl n tit-* r and 1 in ttl! pul ts ii ' t ie body is fan Ular willi ii, Oil! ? - estated by be warrant Buy and Try a Box Tonigh:. ik of it, go buy and try a i andy C i thart;. cative.tonight You'll never I mic tablets stani; C. Xever SO bulk. All druggists, ioc. fur m. - and Ovei , lew nore patten 21 yards ? a -kiri. Educate Yo ir Uots-cla With Caararrta. *?,25c. It c. C C. tail, drugKistsrelund monty. ion- Kulili by vv s lin (tiinrli illili IV tilka lill' tllC (lilli. -Quinine Tablet* \ ? i lure, no Pay . ju ir in 4. Te (inc a (ubi in One Day. i tbe ni ii ) if it f. 1-:. vv. Gi ture le NO! 1. I ll. \|.\ t- IC I lal t(v would prefer thal advei ? the 1 scala i willi tin- . ? :Iv ml . i I N I - per line - . li-ellit ll "1 ' i KIMI.I. fnl P'r 'I" i ill nf ? ? for salt. i im i AKMV11.1.B Farm tauten ru tit th th nt th !H til bi ih in vv. Ill ?Iv in ni li an .1-. tn in vii Mi to th rt i coi - bi UM lin- Taara < numil. Probably the busiest council nie. nm 1 >". mouths w.,s bald t with a bare quorum preaent ? ? witb matters u aiielai.cernlnsbapei in booda and billa An ord drawu bj Attorni j \ D. Ws I providing fur refunding ? "r ""' ! ivn'a bonds, and authorizing the mayor to cause to be lithographed thirty etiiipni, booda of tbe !i"" " ? ii. dated .lunn ii IW1, uml payable Um ty yean Uieir date, bealing I ute real al tl "' '""i pei .tm pei annum. prospective dispenser} profits touched iipuii, anti the use of these discussed. Quite a deal of bu led unil it wns u very late lieu tbe council adjourned. Tbe members pn senl wt re Blautoo, preaiding; Messrs. I ert, .1 B Farrar, .1. K. Martin, VV. E and Di Auden 1 be Sergeant's monthly i approved, lt foll 1 7 1,1 11 Din iron* w. ii The treasurer presented bis n for tin months nf l March and A| ni. The) lowe: l Hi: I EBRD A R*t RKPORT. ? 'ti1', ll . band laal DIHl - . ...I. ?'n.t. ' mr current exp l l I in: m vin il REPORT. . int, SI. I l-l.i,n - ? nu: APRIL ku * 11.i;i i.$ The following I>i 11-- were allowed: . w . r I li i. .irinv i. il Mat) .irinv: bruis. r. W . I An ordinal ii-nni of mies, making it an offense , deface tlie Coi ?lo trespass upon Ita grounds. The malty fur tlii- offense is a line nf not -sth'iii 1200 nor more than 1100. On motion ol .Mr. Brambert tin wu- instructed tn ive the reservoir in front nf tbe -itiei.ee nt Mr. W. .M. Davidaon lilied nh dnt. Also the reservoir near the I Maj Martin. Mr. Davidson, who ever -ince lii rehip in the Council began bas I voca ted the creation of a sinking nd to be used only for tin- cancelia* ni nf ininti- a- they may become due, -ul the subject He moved per alumni in- reserved lui a ikniK fund. There was mi second tn e motion, ami the town will cootin i without any definite means nf re* - i nu! n.mi- bonded Indebted* --. mi the apensary movement. He - ii far f ur years been inveetlgating e it snit- of dispensaries in uti ? .ii*., and fell With their He believed the town au practicable, vote i-m-haif nf the town's Interest ? ; int <.f its bon - .., come due. ii-, however, could only be done after lade tn the i ,v by ii il ire next - Kin- Informed the Council ? ne, based nu .linville la-i year, the town would its, man annum ii- share nf profit ! been formed that |60,000 wa- Un- am..nm ,ntl ii would requlreooly . hali ,'f ilia! amount to D le'-tin- ""? He tl he dui imt know bOW the dbtpen* y? would act Im- the place, hut he ped it would timi those who favored it wish. in motion nf Major Martin the iyor and Treasurer were authorised negotiate another temporary loan fnr b purpose nf meeting the toa d A hill I by the linty nf I'm , foi nne mile nt road, wa I t" tin' Ihe hill nf Superintendent Wicker eleen ie ii^hi supplies wa- referred ..mian ni tin- Ughl Commit* j jat r for approval. | lo to ad i' m lu in VI 11 Cl hit th Ih bli !,., Pe th th Int ki Ur le 111 HUI KI'S AND PERSONALS. Me? llie Atlanta (otutituti v- vin nan rr. I ii- rOU timi ll; Hot nt ci,1,1, m, h.,. |(1 milli! ll I ii ii - it innahlov uni. for makin ba*, : ralnln', Bili roar rn Ith . in for Bab; r Inter rammer rail, ?I. -i bc iliiinkliil fur .in all ! , DI HO. .-- in Mtier -,. Me I,||,W , sunny. Milk ami h.. A ml .t Jingling worill i,r nu.,,. I be Sup, rv is irs meei (,?: , Monday i- Prince Edward county COUrt day. I>r. Henry Watkins baa been quite sick for suine weeks, bul il is now tbougbl that he is improving. li an article is worth carrying in ll ,- worth advertising to the community. i. B.8 Hooper, of Lyncbbui visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. ami Mr- C. R, Morton. Attention is invited to the ail-.. 'neill ci Garnett, Armistead A Co., w ho are conducting a bankrupt - i M ise Mary Reynolds, of Hampden* Hid ney, is spending some time with lei lu.iiini-, Hesxra, Richard ami Watkin- Reynolds, of Newport New-. No advertising effort i- lost if it -en -1,, increase the hold of tin- linn on the community, ur sweiata in re? taining the hoiti already eatabliebed. Dr. Harding, who hail been visiting b - daughter in Nortb Carolina, I turned and occupied bis pulpit morn* i evening ol leal Bun I Tlc ikler ha- commenced it- work "f laying the dust mi Il will be nf little service, hyw If ii ii brought out frequently enough during a dry, windy day, to ? in- tin i doan. \ Mend naked ne; "Why don't ?lampeon claim the Funaton honors? He was mi the .-ame boa! when tbe iuccessful capture was effected, or when -chly did the fighting and won the .ni,,iy." We vvcic nut ahle to give lim satisfactory answer,and respect 'nily refer it tn our readers. ? Mr. I: 'h.- lasl link in .ni chain. When that baa. ?e. n lini-iieii he will build a branch t-ad to the home nf Mr. Donnington, ind lin ii, a- we have been told, may vmk mi Sycamore bottom. We Indulge he hope that Ihe tune l- imt fat dis* aul vv hen there vv ill lie nu hail bottoms i'linc.- Edward bigha i !ii^h lime that Prince Edward ml sister counties were having the onveniences ami comfort nf a corni i n phone sj -icm. Such thing -I in other portions of tin . ml if we "would keep np with tbe iboUld tun. Wt ll ni to trot nlntii* iii the rear. The Hiiitryinaii should summons his ph.v Ician with the same LaCilltj y the townsman. It muel come, and ling time not to hurry up. Hie ( .min- Fair. We mean the coming Farmville Fair, 'on maj an t- Un- Buffalo Exposition ml ihe Richmond Carnival, and we mild love to go With yon, hut what mst Concerns ns is the home eil'irt ,e wi.-h well to everybody, hut a little ?ttci to Farmville, Prince Edward r counties. Ami Hie next Farmville Fair mud, i les. Bul tu ac "in Isfa this money ami men are needed, I )id the lasl fair pay? We mean til'! pay in cold dollars aod cents-: We ?lleve it did and a lull liundlcd ???lil This return dui imt. however, cum? in' with the social results, ihe com unity benefit, the good to felton man eeting with fellow man and receiving reel ami permanent good. All this ; be repeated ami Improved on. A w men are ready to do the work, no ny abOUl it either, anti the many niild he willing tn pay thc hill-. Nut ilime to be wasted. Gel your check iv. Give freely and don't nut all mt it. lest Pani Hill Ma. he Helli lp. Iii, Ki.'hill.uni .New-. - .i-t a bare chance that diar? ite county will not give that tent farm the state a- h..- been extensively vci Used, I". uti ni i?inner of Agriculture Koiner mined home Baturday nlghl and thia riming he waa Informed by one of i hat on leal Friday Colonel chard V. Galnee, of Charlotte, bad died bis ellice and left word thal be tl talked with the BUpeit karlotte ami tbe lender of the t.-t m WOUld he w ithdiawn. Mr. Koiner said that Colonel I tl been a candidate f>>r mai ?ni ami bad appeared before : last week in Lynchburg ami i- given an tititir in which to set forth . qualifications for the office. Tbe ard decided to elect Mr. Ih nn-ylvania, and it i- tbougbl that II R t- :, it ttl Colon. 1 line-. M K . DI i Bald thal he baldly ought that the -in ' Char? la would decline tu pre-cut the farm, thing imt reaped ami id'>- feeling f'u- Colonel Gait i -imply tbougbl Mr Ht-me tter lilted fur the nia:,-i-'-iii--iit nf the m. vt t lu he heard ni. line Rc-iilcncc Wit. cheap, a line residence Int Mee dwelling front of thc rc.-idcii'-e of Mr. J. ll. atkins mi 1', \,,,,|y to W. P Vi NAB! i . ur of /.levier's .-ott -line- for lies ami children Fleming 4 Clark, sole agents. UH 00 -lt de -ii -n tai at) pr Mi 1; 1. I ' I im au cit np WI I ? in bel tof ni< Wi if il I yei un elli I vv a ut I lief 190 be viii '?.IniMiTa' Animal Reefing, The annual meelina lolden Of Ih,- I-.univ Ul a i- ' ,itii.n i puiis ,,f thc president and -? snowed tbe company to be in excellent financial condition. .\ desirable feature of tbe company is tbe recently Incorp u itt d in u by-laws requiring aa the maximum tune univ ten veal- in which In ma? ture a luau accuiiiit. Thia la a definite period to winch borrowers may look with satisfaction. Tbe officers of tbe my were all re-elected. . follows: Dr. Ja-. I. White, President R, Main , .-, ,n mtv at.d I i Walkin- A Watkins, Attorneys; <>. i Wicker, J. M tulle. I;. H. t'lalle, Truateea 11- I. White, l: M. Borton, ll. E Wall, J. H. Wall, A H < < nile, E. L. Morris, Direct The cotnpanj earned a div Idi I11 |"-r cent, which wa- entire!j factory tu the stockholders. Meadows \\.I. Mr. Edgai Meadowaand Miss Annie were married i. Miss VV.I caine bera some timi and accepted a position. Her nome was m.,! Pamplln. Bunday Mr. Meadowa, who operator on tbe Norfolk and Wi unveil in toa ii, called on Mles Wood, and the two went nut fur a Stroll, The stroll tunk them to Itu idence pf Rev, s. ll. Thompson, who made them one They tunk the train fur their I. Pamplln, Easier gaaeaj in Paraville. Ile day wa- an ideal une. Sun bright, -ky hlu. lng, Innis liappy in the tree to] -. Bowen (raglanI tic! fun! than their | - In me hum.- al |. as! thc lily shone out ?lothcd in spotleaa while, while tbe .loleta filled many of um bornes with heir modest presence and maidenly mi Ity B 'lil.els Were never hainl iiincr, di. --(?- neve! richer, cong inn- iii our churches never larger, nii-ie never tweeter, preaching nevei nore acceptable. Oul ut Bucb a >\:iy, miler -nell influences and fruin in-li sunlit mountain tup- ?<( pru nen and women should n- urn tu life'* rork w nh inuic nf charity, faith, eour* ge and good cheer. < I hey may. M im (,m answer Editor ll- raid: ?Some one aaki I nie , ii nie toe officeraand object* nf the illc Mlsaion Society." ami I iuldn'l do it Can you? If so you Major Knighl Seiionslj 111. I .- expressed a- to the condition i JobnT. Knight, of Richmond, ie son ol our cou n ly mai i, ( apt. J no. ll [night. He is dow in the govei n ienl hospital ai Washington Barrack*. Ie la Buffering from a complication of H oootracted in the Pblllppii [is areakened condition makes tbe eatmenl "fins eas,- exceedingly dif* mit. It will i>e remembered that ajor Knight Buffered a severe attack V un tropical fi vr while in Manilla ni it wa- due !,. thi- that he returned T i the I lilied Slate- While eUfOUte , tin- country I"' Buffered ia relapse id arrived in Washington nu Sunday a critical condition. A telegram a- -tnt tu Mis. Knight who met tbe .tin in Washington with an ambo* nee and a Burgeon. Major Kuigbt as taken tu thc government hoapital lietf ic i- dow e infloed. Both Mr-. Knlgbl and her father, ' ititi ul 1'. M. 1!. Young, aleut lu- I Tl lc Whiles,,mc ii-ai i~ expressed as Major Knight's condition, hope av sn tel tal oed for bis recovery. H.- will I e taken to Richmond on as ne is able to travel, lt is now ' tn, ought, however, that tins will not CUI fel - nie lune. de Banda] Behool Organtet tl. Herald: A union Bunda] ' DOO] wa- organized Ital Sunday alli i on at the home of Mr. Hailey, wno tuples the old Hard Tune- nome ne lillee mile- wc-t uf Hamp- ' ii-Sidney, vv ilii Mr N. (.. JoiM - perititcmleiit; Jim. Bagby, asslstanl "i perinteudent; Poo Butcher, Beere- ' ' ChernauU, treaaurer. The Be eudaoce wa- large and thc Inten ipbetic "f a working - ibool. lt was divided into four classes, with ,'n r. I'oii Butcher, teacher of da? No. Mi-- Irene Booker, ela? No. _'; Mies ,u Cheinaiilt, clam No. I; xi iin- Bagby, ela? Nu i. In Hie-c dav- vv hen I beologii I moved to city luxui i| a- a result pie telii i- -.v ill prefer ' y pulpits, earnt-t laymen must take ' Hie ?? .iinti ? wnrk, ur it j* fr ii 1 nut lie dune. mch Bunda] - 'hi- oneju Mern* > of different churches will "dwell ptber in unit! ' and a uk b urn ui-ly, ?? ll hie-- 1.. VlSITOH a rTondrring Reader. /A raid:?I read with fol -t of Prill waul which it appeared in . Ile, hut have 0000 WOOdt ring Bil b it an Indi' itlual nf Hie DOUnty ls Worth live tillie-at* Hy ,- any Other? lt had Imt led to nie Hilt this wa* true. Ki v Nuti-c. hereby five nd .ss or Jewelry In my | iiisiiies- mUMl call for them on I ? - . trday, April -'"'h. Fri I. on thai Hay lall remaining will y, loll. ,y, lc -pectfllllv. B. F. MEBANE, ttlv l-'arinville. Va. we v manuiswturing plant in Farm - tie. Apply t" Farmville Farm Agency. I nun Itin kin.li,nu. cami U, \' v , April 9, will ul lbs talc Juli.. K \\ ll III 'lill, Wa? ite Iii Buckli ?v court mi I lugbter aiitl lu iti.er qualifying lum-, giving bond In 1100,000. i Ma 'in 4 natorand bia young protege, our young Congressman, were nandabah ii mgsl theil friends, bul I didn't i Word of politics fruin either. Mr. Martin lett |,,w ,i in Mr. Kvan WU* ???I' 2 j', tn , foi N.-vv Canton, presumably direct tm Rich? mond. :- very low in Buck? ingham, Montague and Bcboteare the tb ml evenly divided. We have nu anuouiict .1 for the (^institutional Conventl Mr. Hubard. Bx Jink'.- Hall ami r. McKenoa, of New Canton, sa* tun idle in, ii, have signified their willingness to go if the people want them . bul both are dil inclined to posh their aspirations In - no organ ization in the party in oppoaitlon to Mr. Hubard, soil looks aa if be will i walk-over for the nomination; bul this time, nomination will nol be equivalent to election. Mr. Hubard'a wann personal frieuds, amongst whom I class myaelf, think it : enhance his political future if he would withdraw from tin- race The feeling i- prevalent that tbe party baa ii mored hun sufficiently up t.. ami tnt natoreblp is^ looming up in Hi ? neir future, fur which the - tv be i- au aspirant. One fact area evident yesterday al ? 'int, and thal I- if Mr. H. -till - ucl secures tbe nomination be will be I hy an ind-p"iideiit Democrat, in I indication-point to a Well known .'eiitleiiian on James river, as the selec* toii, and I am in p ait ion to -tate poe tively that tbe revoli will be wide I saw no repreaentative of your town it mir court except Mr. Wiley Gilla, Mr. William Goode, of Arizona, and i ilias Lizzie, youngest daughter of tbe t ate Mr. Samuel Morris, were married .i tbe ii I reside In . - in hu- i i Mr. Robert M irria contiuues very fi i al li slouotain. il o? li. Paraville bra ul ami IlL-h School, Roll of honor fm- the week ending ,ptil ii: ?per, , i. Whiteside, Wickt r, turton, Win-tun. Urai Lillian Thompson, rank Fallwell. , ; iiy Davidson, Charles Hrrri* D| ni, Frank Wootton. i. a ? I lavis, Hugh < harland, eenie Glover, Ethel Ligon, Marjorie ft humps, ii, Locketl W alton, H - oel. : Rives Hooper, p, i Fallwell, Louise Gray, ,j. i Paulet!, Virginia Smith. (i i-ii Jackson, Lawrence smith, -, iininic Ligon. j,, nh Fallwell, Blgnora Thump- y n, Della Wilkerson. tv Hi. Elizabeth Smith, Emmett Web t|, .1 Webster, Hazel Cobb, Easter IHusee. Editor Herald:?Ht Emmet Lips mh i- a bacbel ir, bul occupiea a bouse -even rooms, all of which were J mw n mien to the young people of hi iniiiiinity mi Easter eve for a dance. J ie] were there tn g.Hy numbers, ul I hai en a merrier, nap? er gathering. Horsham and Wood fur -iicti the music, good music it was ', and the ho-t led in Ibe dance, id sungoul theorders I did not un- ' i boa --i many couple- could nve harmoniously in mie room, but ' ey did it gracefully uml well. At H-30 a sumptuous supper was rved and then thc deucing mtil tu in- continued tu thi un of tbe morning. Among those present were tbe Misses ixlegrove, Allen, Hain.k, Haily, icrnaiiit, Lipscomb, Rice, overton, Iden, Harri- and Coleman. Messrs. ?crt.in, Allen, Hancock, Watkins, orsbam, Womack, W.I, Ll| wi kee, Roberta, Cnernault and oker, I in- man wh > can give such tainment as that ought to have a ic h. care for. Visitor. Monument i'linil Kc | ni rt. Will you kindly per ; us through tbe columns of your per, to call tbe attention of mir ,ud* tu iof < ur Monument nd. While we at Hy ""' ri * nt wili - from all d ice u- in the irroundioga, ?ll IO make I- as '.. .'. I., '-?" t lt rn .?,,riy-ti and three cent-. nie to our lnip .mee more. ii have stood by OB 'erauM. you WC appreciate and -hall av- thank ynu for it. Keineinber count on. two old B .-. W I'.vi u 11. H. I). Ml 1.1.KU. let be nil Wi Ri di un du nu "I nu de COI hu na tai in au il. tbi I yo in Un Un | Ba i '? BM BO I tba bte mt! With Our I .uiiii i -. Editoi Herald Notwilhat the ,1 nuvv amt then | intel with a Kum. a Itu callie "Ul ol lt with Ii|c|,iy fnr 111 I ..mi in-as! ami something tu -,-|| i Bpicuous among the numbai i- Mr W. M. Gilham, Un- nw mr of a lim bul w Im tm account ol education .nie- rent- the Calkins brm, mal HaUlpdeliSldlleV. Il l? ll,III this farm In- b ? ia-t fall and thc guod w,,rk still "i. I drove tu the hume recently, andjuatael gol in full view uf the premises I -aw two womma standing lo front of a barn hmm which clover hay wa- hein?s' loaded for markel. I culllfss th,. s|Ur|. I |(, loofl upon, I wa- eommeutiug upon this -nine tiny- after when I met the owner 00 the go, and in- i, in irked: " I havt het-ii fniiiiimr fur a iiiimU-r of yin-. ever bOttgbl hut Uti hay in all that tune, ami felt mnrh ashamed of lt thal I have Bevel repeated ll rbefiset fe a neighbor who caught bm in the vary ad Bald to bm: "if yuiii father knew rd thal ba would turn in bil If mir staaten WOUld all feel tlc -""ii become inure independent l ap* tc in something of it- full turee that la-t -ea->h wa- a "terror," ami .ne fernlen seem lo defy wet and div, enid amt heat, -i.>iiii ami -un. -hine. It wa- my privilege recently to -pend a-hort time in the presence Of Mn Maria Edmunds, the vcncrahie mother of Mrs. K. R Craik and Mr-. R. s. I'aui.tt, nf four town, perhaps Ihe oldenl per-un in all thi- Beetloo. Her powen of mind and body arc so nell preserved, however, that -he jin ami strong link be* wt en the living I'ic-ent and the th ad mt ever dear pa-t. How delightful tu 'it at lier ft et and learn of social hy tmic in Suiith-ide Virginia, and bon intuitive waa farm life in Prince F I vinl during those dav- when she i signed aa Queen in ? typical Virginia naii-i,,11. The farm of her late bus the h. -t in all tln lortion of Virginia, and be waa prince moog farnc gullies cul th. ii Ijdy way th] initial plowed th he abundai v dad or iii-ftti servant worked thal i irm or waited about thal home, no iferioi .olen ut imperfect fruit on those trees, no poi waa .-cen mi those Hoon aud no el un that : > Such a wninan a the iow for her b as known in tbe g tie- a hen be tnong the elden uf the land, - peneth her mouth with wisdom, a i ber tongue ls Hie law of klndm [er children arise up and call her . Ami then the neighborly touch nf lat flay wa- BO delicate and BO delight- ?? il. Mts. Edmunds gave me Hus j Iga from it: I hi i . ,n -i i,, ,lv a.- Mts. Jno. A. Sc itt, who stj|| lives brighten and tile? UM linnie uf her nighter, Mr- A. J. Davis, lu tbe coon cf Mecklenburg, and who i-j'i-t ode tl -ar younger. There wa- a kind nf I" mt tiwiicr-hip between these two irgiula matrons of all tblnga nu the rn farm-, and they made fne BM nf cm. bl For example, it wa- Mi Bdmunde' '?' ihit tu kill a lamil every Monday \\ orning during the Benson, and pot it i,i i the ice. If Mrs. Sett had m., cted company (and I don't know . i . j.j al I -li,mid write the wold rnM cted in Un* connection, aa al Moy. ia company waa expected every day lin- year, -he -imply told ' I e man of all work, togo over to Mn. humid-' ami bring a quarter of nh. And < 'lcm went direct tu the ? bouse without asking pcm any one, eetocted tbe heel am) took to "nhl Mist lines it hap- sn ned that Mr-. Edmonds wanted that "' ry piece, and no| knowing ii had ()V cu carritti lo the oetgbbor'B, would |fi 1 r ii to h.- prepared for be. dinner, icu the cu.ik Would say: "La, Mi? jj t Miss Lizzie dune eal dat lamb ya ago." Mt- Edmunds abo said it was bo usual thlliL' t" hear a knock ur after they hid all retired, ami 00 I ti i ry would have answer like Hu-: h- her.- i- I Item, and old Mi? Beni rou mu-l -end In-r -nine ol m pies for next day dinner." Of i tree Clem carried them hack with ii. And in return it wa- not uiui I when Mrs Edmunds waa rab r* Him: company lo have Clem ir p with tbe cream already well frozen d dainties of exquisite vor, and then when club >? ire being is oo iutru* ii on the part of M ? kltcb ind. 'ardon t BM of . i- w ill lint , 'Honor fnr tnt -t Ibe ld of the Hi. ??1,,-ip tm the present ai ? tuturi lt (he I rc never helier. The ground ls irougbly wet once mure, and it in low , ii injured iiajur A. U. Venable i- Jim thal Am rjy ani.il tm- premium at the Pu ii, and thal, he i- in receipt nf 1 liter fi? .in the agricultural d n thanking bim for hts monheim, it the beti of all. Tin- M surprise to Bte, for I am fui ? ,i..i thal .-"iiii-id'- Virginia i- In a I ry. inner mi yuiir Mau. other day with an empty hand, and took the liberty him what he was going fe '"<>'? ii md I ,.in tn not rais? in- h.- ..vs,, potatoes ii, defended ' bj mying: ??! a.,, a ummom I b ive bo nm. t Bsasai mi truck patch! ?fey* ait.r ihi- i -, i Basedhji fenner onjroui Main -in.-t, .t sa fui tobacco grower, too, win, wasajlfasg. > in mark* ? ?? Mic i in- fanner waa wrongand theotbar righi I wosxlda't i'm.c.- Edward utrmon to as> I I" -Tnw tea, hm J ,|,, earnestly adv i-e each and ev. iv ,.m tt> '"?rs" N,, thnuu'hlful w,.rk is ever wanted mi truck patches. One of Hie eiitci prism* farmers of Bdward i- au Mthsaaasatfe w hcclinan, nm altmrether for the s|x,rt hut willi an eye to im-iiie-*. Me li vee Boase 17 miles fruin Farmville, and when the mails are pmi rarely cou - untie than une hutu in making the mp. Wheo he bile taw Macadam 1.feirbj Un-. ' Ha passed me lani U] winn J waa dmine; a tpiick Bfepper, and he made un- a-hainctl of Un- speed al vs Inch 1 wa i?n iiik Qtt, Bead gehan! laim-utinn. Every boy ami girl shoold ha ahfe to? Write a good, sOglbfe hand. Spell all the arords la urtlmary use. Know how to BM these words. S|*-ak anti write good KiikIi-Ii. Write a good social letter. Add a euliiinn of lunn- rapidly. Make mit an oitliuaiy account. Receipt1 lt when paid. Write an advciti-cineiit f, r a Ii cal n ip. i. Write a notice ot reportofo Bsjhtfe sleeting, Write an ordinary piumi?my note. Reckon the intotoal oe dlaeooot oo it KN <l.x\-, uiuitlli- ami years. Draw au oitlinary hank cheek. Take it to the proper place in a hank the cash. Make neat and Correct entries in day ?u ik and led the Bomber of yanda of citr|>et i for the pallor. i in the i leaf rhea! I I bin, and tba value ,t cnn Tell something about the fevre of and a hat io do ncr i-nc.v. Know how to i , .hlie and gt : ci al if ilJClj | 'll. be Hillie. - une acqu ilulam ? a nh the ,- ton fnatu Have -.une kuowledga of Hie flllltla iental principles "f pbiloeophy and itronomy. Have lufllcienl common sense tu gel I-.ii : in the world. lt in/'- Pickle's at t nd ii si, ii. nie Math- (landy al Cridllnto. bal crooked cigar came (koa ridlin's. I ry h. I .Hillville llnilM-s Im BOBBj \N.'e h ive fm safe twp -mall dwelling mses,one brick, the other frame, in ie town of Farmville, at reasonable lee*. I- VIOIVII.I.K Fa KM AtiKM Y. ri- Bbbj io Peel asson* Cuiuii iinH have found a cuing to the body la Hr Kim:'- New ,:, h positively cine I ''ii-ti llloo, Sick Ile niacin-, Hi//iiie-s. .I.-nin ni i. F,ver sad Agaa ead all Iver and ftosaach troobfea, Purely gelable; never grins er weaken. Only c Bl While A CO R. ?' Cuter, of oepet t, drag - Scctl lom. If vuii wan! good seed cum apply to W H. Ill IU1AKII, Farmville. Va., or Bios Depot. Va. I wani bide for delivering Farmville Una water in the eily. s. W. I'.vt I...IT, Jr. If troubled bj a weak dlgeetfoa petite, or ronstipatioa, try a few boom Cbsmberlsin's Stoti uh ami liver Tek* Every boa warranted. For sale Anderson Drag Co.; "borter, Dar igtoa Ih . I he beal tnot mat i- the Kenuiue unman, fur Mle by W T. Hoyne. TOWN LOT FOR SALE. on ,.r..,, r'u n Bet 'i of treal 'ta I nu Un i,Hi da} "I april, INW, "( r.'cur.l In , , k - ,,ni,, in ii,, 'i booh B, fill -el! t,,| , .i?ll I'.V lllletioll, lu ni ni in.-t -,iiirilii.it-.-, on Wednesday, April 24, M.. Um lol in UM Iowa nf .'arm . .| itt laid ile. 'I ni tl Lot Number 111. booh in oneil in ? locky ? .I iniild U.ll KV. Dyspepsia Remedy. hats All, Except it Cures Dyspepsia.