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THE FARM Y IEEE HERALD.
HONOR Hil; lill; l\\.-l. HELP FOB THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR mi: Fl ULl FARMVILLE, VA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2-1,1 KO 14. IL Will TORY. Li npson i \ - : - ' i\ rttos. nd Dr b' Sundries You Run No Risk '. .tu h nil wc lonj? ! wc - .'iiiil W. T. BLANTON. kvikt aid Op: CLOTHES OP QIMir WE SAY NOTHING WE CANNOT PROVE. US. ' Richardson & Cralle, Farmville, Va. CALL IT A -PIPE DREAM." Mrli/lll.in I'l.ll.r Illa,-,,arr kl I'l. H.s....a ...,, I ? I ' H ? - ' LOVES RED FLAG BETTER. Pallor fttok.a l-lla Wita a|?. I'lui-ra -111,1 l.l.ir." *?).ni. - ' ' - - Il ? : ra?.' ss ni thy ?. sl,??.r ?f |)?.I H| S-B. I hy tbi ? Ikii ll a i ? Miarra Dla.- I. a M III I., un li ra. l-l Tl SUI I : is ii . FrU-k Hii'l fro - Nulli.uni <? ...r?. Vl.BANY. S . ? ? II. mi... . I,tl.- Urilla ?| \raa \..rk. MW lin: a , - - I . .ii. I llilr. lu. - ? ? I ? uhlf. ? ll ll |'li.ai. "I li.a-1 III I-. an ? I I .a -lt. III! EVELYN'SOWN STOR1 Dowling Decides For Oper Court to Public and Press. THAW WA.MtD A DOUBLE SIRIDI t.iiniK Millliinatrr I . hil to lii.tnii ni. oas iii, lu Parla ami >i....t < url,. - Ult- Aritn-a \. III. n.i.l Im . n?.-? .1.1 YORK, Jan 21. Evelyn Nee . tba ssiin.-s' tba 1 ol pi busband bc I in tbe crtmlna :- of Slal,f.-: . I to h.-r narniils, ? trial - of t hi ? Ute objec-tloi ? illly <?? -?.rs be ' ? ssiinti'ii ber in tann ? ? .iilnmim ssill EVELYN THAW IN COURT. ll lui.-lit ss hi:.' they - D the ]>art of tbe -Iii* that tbe u Itneea wt* ul ? aiul when Mr. Jerome waa overrule*! igbt strenuously foi ? argument ou tbl rn th" fact that ["ba? ili crime three yea ri after he bad hem wtakrl ls hud unhinged bli mimi. Mr. I k np the tl the witness story where lt had bed broken on Friday, and she wtnl tell of lier rf Ital to Thaw In Purls o ,? with Stanford White. ading up to the climax of he ?i did not ff ?ame dramatic sequence that Mr. I>c! i at the flrat trial. Be was held down by Mr. Jerome, whosa frequent objections Jarred the contluii tty of the narrative. In the n ter of faft way Mrs. Thaw told Of he I with Stanford White in Ul ?tudlo In We-t Twenty-fourth stree! She told attain of the gorgeous fut -s of the house, of Its divan and Its mirrors and paintings and u ?sing In the romn mi th ? the young woman who hail I : tr to the house and who int rr ber to the architect wei. In this swing, one after the other, ana how ai their feet neared tia they would kick through a great Japii ii that was suspended user t After ' -.sire other visits t tn another that Stanf'in White had In a house on Twa uti to his rooms In th . iare tower. Tia frequent dinners at the tower, and s them the witness said Stanford Whit maklerate of her. At none 0 them was she allowed to drink mot than one glass of wine, and when the kite took her home In a cal Then came tho story of the vKIt t the Weal Twenty-fourth street stu.ii : to lind a dinner pei rve dtisvn In a ca wbleh While hud sent for her and <> | ? ?? home found him thfi ' "turn." them dossn." he Mid. Ihe wltnes a ,\ '-? shosve her through the different rooina au ? llOnlll willi ll : ? peet ? - a-.a! ott I ss hi. I, th.-r.- s\a< a bott! of value. Premed to take some of th drank a li and t I rumbling and After that sh ' ?? broke at that happened tl ? difficulty. Thu ? i.issn completely and wept int handkerchief whl. h he h. Mr Littleton :itt.'iii|.t.'.l t.. aealal Mr WU In .Urti seemed about to cry, but the har .-isa- le all th. Ihe nar: year. . when I told bim ibm this. | : np ar down 'l moaned and to Mid tl Ile blt his nails ? My Oodr" | al lal that k> Mr. Uti 1 Mr. Thaw say when fl l - ? ?! my fault ai .lit just ns much 1 he wanted nie to man bim, and I said lt would make laughingstock of his friends, for sou ? Bte -ssaiiti-.l to ?! alniut m\ mother uinl how often sh.- b ? I White and what be bad dona foi h>-r. l t.iid him my mother didn't know anything about lt." rn fi-.itur. appeared In tin. ?ny of the ais ssa ssh.-li - : laudanum at In I9W in an atti end Iii- III*. Previous s to thia ul thc liraiitl hotel In N< talked nml had lined. Sh.- ssa- ?? it ..f ? when I "Wh? at tin- - oded Mr Je : tbe wit ;. ber. pr the In.,.: r.aii iii Europe and of l h -.titi tilt! I In Plttabura 6, lu the pi mother and i AFTER FORTY SIX DAYS Three 'll.irr. lira, ur,I I rom -I ...ii linn and Uralh al Ila Nra. LIA . .N's . Jail '.'1 tombed forty -i\ d \ it Ba ? - l- J Bn Mci.aid - Hg tbe - ? ? ih.- stre< "Ab!" ssa* the onlj ss the iir-r tn reach I Ile tottered fi.i w :.r.l int atc-l him. ? I- that yon, Arti his brother stepped for ad embraced bini -?sen \s- ? ration. . a- ti" rot her of his ? chew nf tn . Brown, ss Ith a '..muli. iis lu- ssa- led flinn thi; mine abaft tn the lal.lill .if th.' Illila Mn.a- men were made com foi i JERSEY JUSTICE. \\ ll.,.,. I il..I . .,,. a I. l,,l .1 .liu-drr and S.-.il.-iii ri| SM la Mn.- M...ii. NEWARK, N. .1. lan .1 Within nine hour* fruin the H. I brought tn death for th. Frederich H. Homer, an nml' I In h|a roo hotel in < "rai. I'll. ill! rai'lil r.ir ih. uefeii*.. He admitted I h.- .ii.i n..t at ta < k i: til he " i. son dbl ' 'Im; In a ss ben found The ' nf death In . ginning Man h _ for th* ? . nllrar I a l>> la Hr....- l.iiaiii.ia PHILAOEDPHIA, -ian 21 ed aa a si <"hlrurgtf-.il ? se of his re latlnns with Mr- Franklin Purdy. stiff of a wealthy New York I ker, On Still protestlnc bia lose f..r th.- wo man, the student promised fi:' ? ills In the st.iry Whl out of his I attempt t.i pawn a diamond Tort Insurance brokers wlfi had given lt to him and then hail In? formed her husband that lVrrnrr S|?|.a Srarrh For Wll*. SEW TORK, Jan -" Frederick A Werner, the ah.lealer nf Booton and I.nininii, ss boee wlfi i from ? word to Hi'iiiy w Wack, bia rho baa been dh.Una tbe ?parch f"r Mrs Werner, tn tin nothing umre until he heard further from him This is taken to Indicate that tl . onvtoced tl rner i? weil and ? here, i rid,lara llarar lanai I nnlraela. Al 1U NV. N V .lan 90 -tate canal eenMtlon here today vs lu li the report nf F. V ? state Buperintendenl nf pub Iii- VS-'I ? - ini-nt of barge canal affairs in tin- ad? ministration of th' gina. Ila* a*, nod Wanla lu ll., i, NEW YORK, tau .n w Haywood ad mea here and annonnei .1 thal i -t nomination for ll at if it SS aa ..ffera-il tn him. II.' laa-rg ut lo ti, fires. "Lumbenm n In ?<??? tern - ?inn i". amil fire ' hava> way as ; Tha ? whit-h to bn it aJl lumt- - f a fir* tlneulsti It ' ih< Jaar fj Education and Ability, Prof ira, anal uliy. i quite I I a in in of I . SCORES CORTI LYOl". Tillman Says IVay B' Decla? ration of War Next. I CSUEPATIOS Of ID.UR, Hr. SAYS Paaataa 11.....1 aiur.ii..,, 1,, - ll ui_a ..,,I -..Lil.., 11 -. naliir'a Itt I i.-r \. ... da?Tai aa m. ?ur ..II \ lal> lal.. WASHINGTON, lan fore th' 1 ? li ppnrenl Mr , .ima li When tba I think tli.-.s "f the ? I'-tl the a and Iud iii the - mit of the "We I il, "until Mr. i inten? tion of Mylng Mr Cortelyou 1 'I nf- I.al. "in this ? !iuii of ; ' It ls lina. 'I tl" a ian, "nn ii- ..ss ? ? a doc - ?f thi: . "ii I du lint know ss hat ',- It may LOEB DIDN'T GET IT. < . I'. Ni.rm. Ml to Hr I'rraldrl.l of th. \\ aaliiii.t.'ii I rm.I..11 1 .lian-. \\ ..SHIV. ; four bonn I., the - ? "f the - "f Mi it wa* (holden ._ nf the '1 ed for Mr. Loeb and ti . ? ii tun ? adulate and lt al bani dent of tb. ll V\ Ml.ll < ."I. ll I. .1 CHICAGO, Jan Jl I ? "i mis appropriating the fnnda nf that binti I :ury, vs hi. h aideril . reached ai. shottl.' after ?, o't loch in th-- morning, but th. verdi. I i-ourt 1 ls. Tin which '-' - iuiprts onmenl -I of not , - ? ar?. It does im' permit tli.- sun ~t i t lit I. ail nf ll lill" t"l th" ; -hlpa.r. . U on Har. \ ll PORTOMOI I ll. N ll .lan .1 il In tin teeth ? ItlC nf Phils lass I. k nek nn th" ledges "ff Rye, ne? ?la.' \\ -iMtll'll and is hind and fa si In tb. bul Um ?:. saving her is slim. a 1 in,uah. MON |..?i\li;i:> . Ala . Jan 21 linihai. I it by aid Int ' I I' Srnnlr Uri. .la H.,,.ara rll'a \,.li,li,.. WARHINli l"N at" in '"tl th lt lOO Of I" alika I - \ II I !,? "ll pei ipon th nomination, whli h -??nt in by the 1 m. IM TORON H' I a -I Hie lia ' Mr J and Uk ike Hn furth" ? Dlrlrrl. li a.... Illa?r.r. NEW 1" 1 Hi *slfe. ? ? - List Your Farm. - ml eaafa f.>r your fan I at a fair pr. ; what it la WOCth, Hiul sa amt tn -? quickly, I am in I to limul atty of Ian bet if Hie prue- are right will 1 with Wm. W, Ja. . A . ! K I in ungi ] ahern Fat . 11 le. Va. Phone I. apl CONDENSED DISPATCHES. -aotal.lr I'-amta of thr Wrrk llrlrfly I linanla-lrd. ' "Mina: ? 1 . : ? ire \s bom the held, mel and BM.aa .1 , At I' i I and robbed Mi-s Marj Fd.ty. ly ssas John l: w the de* funct ' Mtin.il bali'. nf mtsapproprlatlng the ? f that Institution uii'l.r the lass fur th.- crime of which Walsh waa convicted ls Imprisonment for n perbal of tis., sears Without tbe option of a :. ? - ? through the dark I. . a dis ? a bo ls said to be threatened with reHrement ails muke it -ibl" for him to sit u horse, ls in At autii. Ga . visiting relatives and Incl - President il hat all urti.-ere must ride "I tn Colonel Marshall, "if it i ry, but there ls no ania ??arili that I ?? : .Ult." -?i.i.rdar. Jan. Il ? is completed, au.i n t time for American ' that the Haitian l..ssus of Ol itii'l St. Mare are In the hands of UM revolutionists, but that in a batt Oona I vt At Utica, N. v. th.- Central New York Fal Indorsing the anti I mbllng bills amt i mentlng Governor Hughes on tho stand - taken on thia ? All New Yor'. n-nsslne drinking humbler Net, ls likely to ?" dis week days ai ? > Lont the ireh If the brewing la-t tak< pay the demanded. Irldar. Jaa. 17. i that the number ? " duiuIht of knossn i|- . - ' that after Mulal II n pro I suliHii there was au en . prising the i- ' ? ss ho had [i"UI"'l Info the ? ' him. ? the Pan within l that Its lilli -a ,i-ter I.e.,ii I ns-.r. N. II. who reported to the iiuit he had been bed np and nf office funds tn the amount ss ?a a' ss huh be I '?sr that ho manufact - poatofl 1 narada?. Jaa. Ml. A t 1'. ? . Slam. H ?: a pol a-ea I. That the t; the S, ireh ill ? ,??i wai of an Incen Ihe prill' l|'-' ? \, . .lia. ..Ill a I.,, I -. that ll iin-nt tai ihe n. ss t'lidan London Ti. of Immunity from pun appeal - a,ral Ml ll...a g ti-Hlt ' How to Cure Chilblains. 'I. Me ?I apply i it - ? ' of Itching pile-. S'othil until I Joh NEW CHIEF OF CREEKS ECCENTRICITIES OF MOTY TIGER. PORTER'S SUCCESSOR. Has Long Been a Leader in Affairs of Hi. Tribesmen?In.i.t. on Doing All Official Businest in Native Tongue. I Indian, at of an oil Ifoty ? If of the i a v in the ml\ Refill ag to he i . hy tak a aii'l the di affairs Hal In ? sshieh. in reality, was a war : should nf the and waa re ' ss hen that ? aa uneventful life. II" I ; many yeal fnrk. rise miles ? I twice mar? ri. ,|, t! . inn full bl to whom three children roman, who ls i B liberal man In tl of his children, ami they are ? of the aeration of ' aa and able talk a' ? executive offices h ts the capital of Ians announ' ? be "*111 continue the offices In Musko tht re. Foll iy years ago. Chief ejforyr/d&z - ir, but salun lt came tn offlcla a won ss uh bl- nation !?? I In bli ? r. In Engllah, though L' - ? I up as a I, lt ls plainly es blent fron all of them talklni ii. ! 1 ? ? ? ? that was I a non ? ? ? er, In a sv occupies. The If vi. t Name Mr - N i do m.,re uimh! aii<l rj ? *? _ Disturbed the Congregation. initial (ted to buy a U>t 2,000 SETTLERS AT WORK IN GER? MAN TERRITORY. Colonists Not Admitted Until Last Year?Fertile Landa on Plateaus Many Feet Above the Sea. :no vast - ' I coun try la so rb li in soil and stands so high .1 year ai The : onlzati' I in lan?* amt -.mbara on the vast, as and rich vi about . and tba ? there, ? many |ot In a or titi' t;lon-> i: ? ia still In Un vernme that ti? the)- \s - little diligent himself II ami Ruanda, I Carama ' miles from Um Open t ii ginns I' ( p fl.lil i German Post 450 Miles Inland. soon a. ' holding un al ? i land as I. I tl ? to brillg canoe in a (li lt ls a Immigrant - All tl' built nf I Ing of i The Q One as a - - ? ? ? ! I The ? East A' against the I railroad torla Nj send thi - British These effect a-. I road bul with so;.. PILES gel lir.xtdkte relief from Dr. Shoop's Mat?lc Ointm.nL 1