THE FARMVILLE HERALD
HONOR FOR THE PAST. Ill 1.1' FOR THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR THE IT ll
, I v FARMVILLE, VA., FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 22, If)
i, li.ill.int Soldier and
! friend lionu.
?; I ?'. . buried
the nexl day,
inducting the funer
? d the fol*
I .',] bearers: Judges
Capt. s. \v.
B M. Cox, E
D M. Stol ?
. aa iiorn in Prince
He began busi?
ly of st. Louis. Mo.,
of it when
ipon all his plans
lefense of Vir
? tlic South. He
' that frat ?
Gen J. I
Wee with him at
; tn- death wound,
? ? :
than any I
who author] i
:mw upoil -
This he i
md at the i
his own re?
? ? onlj ?
' ' e carried I
!; and humbly.
?? se ' i
? ? . ? nor
1 was born with a
Recepfln il rte Cooservatoi
pupils hi and Saturday
noon. e hundred and fifty
young ladi' ned.
Dr. Schemmel delighted the .
willi improv .en in his usual
happy style. Mr. Harrison san
era! very effective numbers.
The refreshments were presided
over by Mrs. Hugo H. Schmidt, of
Davenport, Iowa, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Schemmel, and Miss Schroeder.
The following young ladies
ed: Misses Willis, Pag< ! Btelle
Stanley, Ruth Dabney, Mattie fopen
haver, Kate Reynolds, Patti I
Hiiiitli of Hon. II. IJ. I(|()li!stnn
Hon. |). Q, Eggleston, Secretary of
mmonweahh, died in the Me?
morial Hospital in Richmond, on last
Sunday, and his remains were taken
.! day to his native county for
Horn and reared in the sister coun*
harlotte, the people of Prince
Edward have rejoiced in his 8U(
lui career and lament over his death
just when new honors awaited him.
The office he held is one of the
(tractive in the State and will
?eriy BOUght after. May Ins
mantle fall on worthy shoulders.
I muni' EitertaliMeiL
nal School \ uditoi linn, li I iv
night, October 22nd. An eveniiiK
willi thc betti ie
IH[ PIM CONTEST.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING CHA!
.LLOTS WILL BE COUNTED,
WHETHER OBTAINED THROUGH
ANDERSON DRUG COMPA*
R \T Till; HERALD
IFFICE, THAT ARE NOT DEPOSIT
DON "l< BEFORE SIX O'CLOCK
IF THE WEDNESDAY FOL*
DATE OF ISS
.. will be lound the count in'
i mtesl of al! \"-'
ip to V. ??'. ening at ? '. o'clock :
For full pat
bund on pa:
? iber 22nd, has been
set aside as Farmville day during the
?'air. All the merchants, schools,
manufacturers, Itc, are requested to
? business from
! p. m. to 5 p. m. in order that all
nay witness thc tournament
ind balloon ascension.
W. T. BLANTON, M
Let there be hearty and unanimous '
espouse to the ahovc Farmville '
las done much for ns and we will '
iv to Farmville.
Bow'i This? (
W e -Her <?ne Hundred l>n|!at
>ani for any case of Catarrh that can- '
urea by Hall's Catarrh < ure.
i , J. CHI ma .'> Co., toledo, (?.
We, the undersigned, have known i
. J. ( bene, lor thc last I i year*-, and ,
?elieve him perfectly honorable in all i
- transactions, ami financially *
ible to carry out any itionc
K innan A Mai ,
the id.i i
I New Vork Worl 1 |
THE BURGLAR CAUGHT.
NONE! "HI III KV AND VATCIES.
PtcketlMk MeitltM ls That nf
llMwtl & Sons.
US went to Norfolk on the
early train of last Saturday and return?
ed that night with om- John Rivers, a
colored tramp who was arrested in
Norfolk, and from information which
? nt out from Farmville, was
thought to lu- connected with the
breaking in of our stores.
Being badly wounded in the chest,
he has not been en< luraged to talk,
though a pocketbook found on his
person has been identified as that of
Baldwin lt Sons, and some of the
money also fastens the Farmville burg?
laries on him. He had 1336.13 in
money, sonic of the notes being that
of the First National Hank. Farmville,
while some of the small change may
have been taken from the cash drawer
-I' Mr. C. Iv Chappell.
The man, when arrested, said he
' ' ville, but Chief Fogua
believes this was done at Wellville
while attempting another burglary.
The man is safely lodged rn jail
glad that suspicions have been
lilted from Farm*, ill'-' ipect Of
course the money will be returned to
the rightful owners, and the law will
deal with the bold, bad man.
A Hnril Munt Dur Liliran.
Editor lb "lit Hie th:
library. And in tl ' would
aged bj il we
many of the lal
I do not bel that I am in
some marni!' leum. Ti
The people '
visit ti ?
We want a home-like library. I
lo be I nol tn remain on
Mr. Editor, v.
desire t" ther many
I have I
not mentioned tlc
? nd yet in my "five foot" li
they do find room and no dust
eron then. I spend
an hour each morning with the Bible,
the first reading of the day. while
mind and body are refreshed by
sleep, and with pencil in hand, and
no commentator to aid me. I read and
re-read, and mark and remark ll
Ibis life is to end all I still re
mend the Bible as the "book of
Let Farmville be satisfied with a
lew books to begin with, book
lected wisely and well, and with the
Dooks the best of the current litera?
ture of the day. and Dr. Kerlin and
iis co-workers have lone greal things
for ns as a people. Reader.
11 ss, eczema, itch or sall rheum
lets you crazy, Can't bear lbs touch
>; your clothing. Loan- Ointment
?ut'- the most obstinate cases. Why
miler. All druggist! sell it.
\t a meeting ol the Farm*, nie 1 o*
incco Board, a motion was made and
tarried that there will be no sale- of
*) during the week of the .air.
.1 \\ Hui lary.
infill! In Taxpayers Town of Farmville. .
e or- i
rder. Do .
mi disn toms. ,
p ? . '?
29th and 30th of October,
fort has been mac in jn.
iparations al >ng tins i
line are nol complete, but the ii
era wh ? ily promised I
with us al that date are Mr. R, I.
Blanton, editor of the Virginia School i
Journal, Mr. Jackson Lavis, examiner i
for the Second circuit; Dr. Robt,
the Southern Educational I
R. C. Stl if the I
Department of Public Instruction; '
Mr lr W. Read, representath
Webb a Ware drawing in Virginia;
Miss Haliburton, Prof. Hodge and '
Andrews, of the State Normal I
School. Several others have been '
communicated with, but no definite i
reply lias been received >
On friday. the first day ol
meeting, the will begin al :
k and will
s and round-table d
The la feature will be
ed to -
bring to th is all the
pon which he or she de* '
and likew i ? I
may be able m the '
solution of the "other man'
in short to come with the pur- '
and not as a silent au . '
? r do
all in his or her power to attend the
I the instil
. ital importance will come up
? Mon, so don't fail to be
oil hand to give US the belie! '
I'. Tulane Atkinson, Supt.
SPECIAL SERIES CLOSE.
TWO WEEKS III EARNES1 GOSPEL
Eternil) Will Reveal the Knsiiiis
. and 1
au I to -i-iv church
.nd fuller and d
ceptions of the ' i
and the bro;
co-denominational services have failed
dts unless the Christian
people ot Farmville and of the but*
rounding country have learned that
they differ in the small things and .
agree as to the greater. Ti"' '
banner waves high above the church
No one can justly find fault with
the methods of Hr. Needham Ile
seems to be absolutely free from
religious fads of the day and his pres*
cine with us has brough! a blessing.
The Christians here were revived and
I has gone, but the
Word remains with us and preachers
gifted and consecrated. Why not a
L'ontinual revival ?
Money Comes In Bunches
to A. A. Chisholm, ol Treadwell, N.lh
v.. now. His reason is well worth 0
reading: "For a long time I suffered
i roi11 indigestion, torpid liver, consti?
pation, nervousness, and general de?
bility ." he a rites. ?? I couldn't sleep, i
had DO appetite, nor ambition, grew fl
? . .ry day m Bpi te of all medi*
?al treatment. ' Then used Electric ?
Bitters. I welve buttli i i all 'I
my old-tlmi r. Now I
?an attend t
?Uoinac Blood and (
a results. Bold bj
iii drug ?
lOSIl GLASS SPEAKS.
H.MiKhSSMlV USSHER Him IS
Uni Ififrniliiceri thc Speaker.
Hon. Carter G
: irmville on
evening ol last week. Owing
it the armory the
ipeaking did not begin bi
ind foi . d was a '
ind for ti i ason i
Hon. F R. Lassil also i
? aker i
to the audience. The Bpeech of Mr. I
calm, convincing and con- I
itic rule in i
Virginia and a scathing arraignment of ?
Republicanism as it is known in Vir- I
jinia history. Like his own private t
I and that of all other bra'
if business, the speaker enndi.i
1 that that of Virginia had i
irown, and it was not to be wondered t
it that it cost more to run it. If thia I
ISOn make the mosl of it.
Mr. Class admitted thal be lost out ?
it the primary but with enthusiasm ' i
ixclaimed: "We will win out on the '
!d of November."
Owing to the lal hour t
t in its entirety. Enough
lowever to drive to the conclusion (
hat Vii ire of the ?
faith, and thal it would be I
commit hei into
' ; .
orv is known and read of all
Mr. Wanamaker's Sunday School.
?ls in the countrj We |,
neut in detail, b it ?
(tendon to sn t|
mention of which |,
cry much in Vfter the .,
eachers and scholars gather in the M
ia.ll. Mr. Wanamaker steps to the
?ood moraine Mr. Waua- |(
naker. " And then the Superinten- g
d to visitors, and
i Princely Banqiet Followed?Post
?aster Gareetl Un. Host.
ind Hon. Mr. Ri i an* '
Republican ticket in Virginia, addi
?I the voters of Farmville on Wednes* '
lay night, and delivered
irhich .'? n of by many of the ?
lemocrats present as the best they 0
?vcr heard from the Republican stand ?
loint. The audience was lat.
omposed of Democrats who eave re* '
pectful attention to the speakers for h
ome three hours. "
Mr. Gainesconfinedlhimselftoques* h
ions of national Import, is a man of
ngaging personalty, and with many '
;fts of the orator. Mr. River- 1(
onib dealt with State matters and used k
democratic thunder tO Ure at Demo- ?'
After the speaking, Postmaster h
larnetl had I large number of friend- tl
ttend a banquet given in honor of '
is distinguished majority c
f those who sat at the table heine; I
till Democrats, true and tried. The "
cession was unique In the histor'.
'armville, and pleasurable ii
ne, and came from the hands of a s'
Alimony For Mrs. Howard Gould.
r of Mrs. ,;
ATFi * il.H,
Fararrllle's Witt Ifrlcalriral Ak lt*
clailcal lair linens l Her Kriiiht
skits ari FaferaMe l
With Siilemlid hhilUv
Wednesday, the sixth Farm*
,rural and M Lair
tree inaugurated with exhibits all in
losition, and the entire machinery in
ull motion. No onehsdbeen promis?
ed a World's Lair, nor a Hudson-Ful
on function, nor Exhi
lition, but those who were pi
.viii agree th t they have been pre
: with the most complete District
?'air it has ever neen their privilege
nd. A visitor who had been
0 the other Fairs of th,- ., ,..0n held
ti the State pronounced our Sgricultu*
?al exhibit as superior to them all,
he State Fair at Richmond exce| t -d.
t made one proud of Southside Vir
rinia soi! to look upon the vaned pro*
lucts which had come out of it. On
tuch soil it is idle lon that
arming doesn't pay. And then when
me looks at th< ind their
amities he is impressed with th.
hat the noblest profession known
men, that of the preacher
?veep- mly profitable, hut
veil, heall ? and
The cattle stall
mt Mr W with
nd of the ?
upon which aluino
? in number too. hut when ?
eginning twelve mon! ith a
! had doubled the
md in the mean time, out of
? lits, had bought a handsome
robe and carpet, it must be
that the farmer is distinct I
ho doesn't keep some sheep.
Looking over the poultry section
gain with one wi
f a ch ; that no
ranch of farm work had rn
dvances than that of chicken culture.
?ri of Virginia to move
?om coop to ?
r La ii
me and only ri found in
irown bread and sweitzer, small links
if sausage and ti noth*
r never made, but at our home ,
he ho:- ed food wea In reach
1 all. The ladies of Cumberland
there with the Brunswick stew,
uch as they only can make, and we
mic times thought that it may
ie that Kine- Edward has never I
f one, and when we think of it, our
cart goes out in pity to him.
And the Lillies of the Methodist
'burch were there who having first
Samed to feed their own
now how to (.I the rest of the
,-orld. And there were the Lp
alians represented by cooks who
ave enjoyed pi i from
ne days of the Apostles until now.
lon't forget that these tables will be
rowded with substantials and delica
day. And then the |
? asonable. i'-<' it '?aid to the
redil of the merchants of the town
lat Main St weU decorated,
nd to our country friends we 1
IV that they should see Far::
glow with ?
nd Pa in three,
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