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FARMVILLE HERALD.
AV INDIT'I V
Rbi day.
J i. i
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R AT 1
?py, one j (MU ..|l.O0
? Iii
" three monti
? i
k a
Flt! DAY, MAN 1.
?tani I.MiU* xv MK ll W AB HIGHT.
? Ht.' lilt i
"blue." (ia i und of
Chickamauga lui in the
shock of I..itt! I. I poti
thal historic field I mu
llifiil li I- i M lilian*
"united in death."
Thc
I IN Hov
WU"
A- \si are united lu life, and they
united in death, ld one monument
perpetuate then I uue people
: Tu I of nil ?? er bold
in grab lui remembrance all tbe
nf (lint terrible coull iel which n
mon free and retained e*
thc nation'- fl ,
God-defying Ingersoll, conimeutiug
on a Southern lyn. bing want- to know
"iftlu* government han no powei i"
\ murdered bus
band of the Southland, could bi
witiili! :i-k u like question, ami an unt?
il.
All ruin ls by which tlie ex Confed*
ivel liave been tending to
Charleston thi* week. How vyv- hast'
brightened, and heart beaut quickened,
and memories awakened aa comrades
have clasped hand* again and looked
Into each others eye*-. The las! meet?
ing for aome of them bul it must nut
bc thc la-t meeting for all.
A death-dealing Blizzard ha* swept
over a large portion "f the North weal
ii, and the wt.mle! i- that all those I
-il people or man*, of them tl,.n't
to Southside Virgiuia
tlon. May be they don'l know what
? Ihi- i-. how [Tea
.-ant our lim-. We musl tell them
about it. '?Hun. d0 sc)
am! that quickly.
It is quite evident that "humanity"
aid Hanna mu-! have more volunteers,
ami tbe question i- where an- tiny to
come from? Embalmed beef hasn't
awakened enthusiasm ami fighting be
b the burning ray- ..i a tropical
sun t?. drive even savage people mu ??('
**?-*??? : a their low landa
t" their hill lands i- uol very iuviting
When the honor ol thc nation and not
Hanna needs our voluutet rs, tl
ready to respond by the millions, li.
present call la not an inspiring une.
?ld bug writes from Wash
that Bryau i- losing ground. He
?y leaving it lui,mil him.
If h. i* m.t the mos! popular m.tn In
America I
Ihan
when I,. u, N
liim-. j, ,,, |?
nels more thau ,r idol
ami this viii! |.
******** ? ;u,i..
lie opini >ii
1900.
tu
ni
m
he
lill
lill
III
lin
\\ .
I
our soldiers in ti,.- Philip)
isn't i.
aboul them, on tin* contrar*. ii
wh
C a
Ml
M
.d
M '
dive of th '
(lao, prop rty i
garded ami .les., .
wak.-ot our anny. I
I d |.n
wai put tu death. That
Amen,an soldiers should -'?;,? I i- .vi
thal they have beeu
ited and that ev diuuid
**" provoke punishment it musl I
they have then ?,, greatly
provoked. The whole ai! ur i- deplo
m.l ii,,. Presidenl musl
restlessly becau.i in- pan m lt.
Venerable Princeton is to I
chair fruin which politics Mill be
d. li is an experiment ami will
he watched with interest. |f tbe
Standard ls elevated hy p...;
done."
We would enj .y listeniugto a discus
' someofthe subjects ui
of ""?''d tu ; aud wb|c|i
'"""' U : ir will
-"?? "land prepare (?,.? "practii-al poll.
Such tor example a- "How lo
Lp ' Cam
*
Them, How ... -
Hoa io lleceivethi : n ,?,,,'
"I"1 "!'!1 M???ta.u nihoiKl
?mk the |.
Big Held for large tb.
?Haly of people ?i
!
| m. une ,. ,
a
Alu
lie,
Mil
one
thu
SV l\
Spn
by ;i
lu- V
ti,
fm- l
ti-ty
ur p
Vt a \
aupp
mun
wan
li i,ii
poi Al
In- pl
intern
lion ld
?ul.lim:
lal the lllllfai
ll H.. Ililli
and Iel the |.plc i '"'"d Willi their
though harmony
.,,?? im . financial kimi were
un know ii fnctors In Ihe allairs ol life
l,ut nu shadows fall hetti dy
mi that minus*, stieel bul Iel ll
?
Sell ami 1 Uld rc ip. i
and lend, mine and manufacture, work
un finn ami in
'ret I e\l-i
tse all lite profll and pli
they may gel oui ol the game.
lilrllOldAl. Mlll.V
In Kansas ? mob of negroes ly uched
Lynch
nfi ned t i :
lum and it" way - to be de?
plored bul always i" follow itiiain
? ?Mell
?
? cl that a niall i> living there on
i- um th of f.i b w< ck and thal
he ha-ii't suffered I rom iud
nut.
The a ifeof a <
ii by
bing in the froid yard.
e the dear woman didn't owu a
An enthusiastic Democrat rem
iimi i,1 nation tu the Senate
aould < iiiau the
Itepublican party of I'miit-s I
w huh bas reached a point in it
a Inn it eau uol be disgraced.
('nay i** now spoken of as the Hena*
|ui fruin th' ae Slate.
A lawyer discus ? before the
?uiirt wa- interrupted by a loud noise,
iml on Investigation il was ascertained
hat a jury in retirement to considei of
bell verdict, waa being led In earnesl
by one "f their number. Thal
va- all right, the only mistake being
n ide by the good limn who ihoii
.ty to make a noise in ord
. ? heard.
Some one ha- been confounding
tiger with "the country," ami tin- baa
iide ihe New York World a-k if Al?
er is the country, m (Sagan oi
tour. "Hardly."
Too much u'"''l in the treasury, wi?
re told. 'I'"" little with the people,
.et lier mit. Pay foi work nit public
rads N .'ting min a-k- I'm
in-.
< >ur latin i- large military
tablishmenl i- immensely expensive
i.i a constant menace tu civil lih i
ut wi.. ? una foi the up.
the fathers. Farthings me ul i
uit'ein tu him.
In December I*'
mbled iu Washington, ami the pop
iitiun uf the city wa* linn he!
:hl and nine thousand.
\ LETTER
tun our H
W -.-HIV.I i\. Ma) 8, i
md li?
lied tu Washington, i* lacking in
my uf the ch I
ike an Ideal -
attempts tn make up for all nf thean
th gall, nf which he ha- aboul as
i'iv man w ho evei held a
i (folio. And lt'- lah
Te beyond al! hi- pre* I
111.' Rall lui'-. 1 le ha* ?etu ll
'ai a- I, ,in 'ale lo Mi. McKI
' public talk of hi- li.iM'li nil
? i- if' sal lided with the
ing Riven him by I
n and t T" mlie a
i Riven bim by of Ihe
litary '"mi: t uf Inquiry, which Mr.
published, h'lt demands Mi it Cu-r..
r- -hall be deposed from tl ?
ad uf th" army In add
have told him
litl not i -'I ? the
; < Commander uf th" ai mv to
? ?I the Military Divisions, he would,
i?ii' it himself,
- fuifim,' Presidential action one
or th" nther. It ls nnt sui prising
Mr. McKinley should hus.
ed to go tu the Vn_' ma 11 ??
ngfl and try tn dear mit hi- -
I few hu' baths, lint it i- \'
i ill have tu clean mit tu accomplish
thing.
.-- Platt'sedie! ha- gone forth timi
Y"ik -hall have but une candid tte
he Speakership, and that Payne,
ami possibly other members of the
ration, who baveeitbei positively
unally ann >u ice I tbi insetves wt
idates, i .mt nf th..
mi iii Hie un.milli.um
ort of tue delegation.
us lhal S.Tei ni in bad iii i-i.
lianna t au-eii 'julie a inarki d
l ill Sn. niian stu lilian
?. ni lavoi in
au Hem beaded "ti .
In me , ,i- ,.i
i
?
: ' ? ?
ni in K""'- between bis nollie in
?iihii ..n i his utile* in Cu
?'' Uol , .t iu havi
tory i" perlormat
ll.lle nun. -. ,-*,..nu,, i i- ;, l
?aloi .- , .,* uoida in
<,\ a lu
but ui the Indian a i
- ivie.
mei carried an
~ ' '?. Hom Mr.
lelliug him i. oruvitas a
I
IT
I'i
it :
"il
an
ih
th
i
nun
and
1
gist'
U
pail
Otu
Th
A
bicyc
Ma
tue i
front,
rheiin
lately
of Chi
kuow
wanle
il in ll
I
u herc he li
ss ii Inmt evei lo
ti. sun, ihon
uiliei i il men \s ho w id
milts, " \s hen i
Ihey i
Mi Mi K
? itli tl
dive ll ii"
Chairman
iittee th it teit
Whin I nf Ihe bill,
In chai ited b>
the |(| ,
..?pr,, vi?
ii before ii . Ilen
I a fellow
-
'
univ ? ? ?
that every clause iu Hie bill bel
put ll
Committee. Tin
McKinley.
lt ba- Im en di '
tan leaders tba'
1
in tin* full, bul in "lib linm
Ihin
minds
later lo tl ? so, Un y vs ill nol say more
I
.,; out
A -hort I
McKinley
nexl yea1, hui noa
Tue nf th, in - ml: "Mi, McKinley
Hill, Of fi'.'
?
ain that he will Min. The scandals
jiiI.i in- administration have made il
lifiicull foi hi- friends in defend it.
uni others, who
nive figured i'i' iniiieitlly 'ii tin
uinistralion, hive imt added tu Mr.
McKinley's reputation oi Improved hi*
bama- im renomination, dm
servers b lieve that Algerism
nd Kagaiiism will prove lo he a
: load lliitn Mr. M, Kink
ai ry, .'ind lhat .sen if he should I"
hu Would I"' '1'
The ITuTpp rn situation con!
com bi natl
(rilling, although tin1 adniinisi
laims that the submission of Aguinaldo
? noa fuII\ assured, bul ihey d
iv a hen i:
-ur.* timi'.' from the first, but ii
hoih ni tunnel
? ?uti than it Will ilh lo lin
opie nf Hli- .
lin tn H <
ne 1. i'bite J
lixed 1' ?
A Thou*, uni Tongue*
Could
unie 1
liladelphia, Pa., when she '
r. Ki
in fi K.n li i . y cured hi
T m it
lp, bu
? in ni my '
d l<
\
?i
1 ..uni; < i.s. :\ .nili il
anted, resb to the
Ap, .1 B. WALL.
Va.
?
Dum (miall.
i- value nf the iniii consumed in
I Lill,lill es
*
? iii pl" \-,lay
ha- ii,isv become a law lu
?U, ul
lu- hardes! kimi o Hie
i- now frequently troubled with
ii ism. "I bad i
," he says, "aud procui
? i. li ilnl
? "i tbal I would !.
wbal you would
d it both for his
Teir h
ml lal
ailed, l-'oi
tr, ,
.Mi I
I arm
OH I
Who Is To Blame.
I ? hil.I lo lie
ll |||| il Ilie
T. when ili.
? lu ii ii -limilil In?
inti il i- yel
lt pi -ml upon
Hie ililllciiltj i- kidney
Hill] be tu
uble is due
ihe kidneys
'
p u'n or
I
?
delayed
\i:h kidney
l ir Kiln
i
? i Win ii
I thia
i I KB M.l).
: ulation
31,000,000,
ir in a major it,
\. loo.,.111.. . .null.
nearly
:
ami'. Lellifd.s, . I did
.? would
i noticed an Im
I him
ii medicine
I esi'i n d in the
?louth i i n. Pa. K? i sale hy
'nunn
irgains iu all kinds of
? uruiture i- al D?\
Tin* lowes! pi ? tn iml al
i-ays tbe iii : j ii- for flavor*
ll. c. Crate, Druggist
dei - in penny
rough! nut every wei
. London.
Mo, ?oatrr.l. S.a. I.
If you wan! anything In household
i trivets, ( urlain-,
i'i.-tuie- ni \\ gu tn
Pratt's Horse, Cattle and Poultry
Kor -ale by
H. C. I ; foi Karmville.
w .un-. *.ii|i|iii<ii.
want posh
I f you Mani elive
ids,
'
nd-.
: mn cards,
I
. ophliT- prim.?I,
I ol any de
lie lu-! sty le and at
tilrl ce
.,,,Yi,...i,,...<,.V.-.Y.,.VmVYr^
ij A FREE PATTERN
-*t -criber. Only SO cents a y.-Ar. SE
MS CALLS
MAGAZINE
T
.Tl
1 ai
A LADIES' MAGAZINE.
3 LadT ??i ?? nd lor icrmj
? itteraa,
-* BAZAR* \
Patterns
*F
i iNo-Svam-Allowance Patterns.)
S ti?none ht-fhrr
'.tilly every eily
ll .tn
THE McCALL co.,
: 138-146 Wed I 4th St.. Nea York.
wimwmtmmimmmiimmm
2.0? BOOK FREE.
ie Bei! Cook on Horses Published.
ul
Pr
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am
mmi
)
i
I thia posl fni' Ii.hiIIiit nilli MK*.
IIH-IMI. I oar. Ih.. I..-I tntn- .??..??nih
liilli.lii.l. ami I IKS. I I ll* MK
lt laltl. th. I'i,on nf th. Kura; Hom.
I for SO Cts. (Worth $3 00.)
I lat m. I urn ar i- .ml rartorr, Ko.ookr, Ts,
?"armville Herald
AND THE
irice-a-week New
York World,
i ISRALD,
ii-i Illa, \'n.
wu
tor
Inn
Th,
iiml
-pf
cia!
-Milli
Opi
JOB
THE BACKUS WATER HM'llH
i- iiii. M"-i ia ' iNOMIU vi. I"
(TN, IND lill. BEST in THI
WORLD i"i: hui viv, I,n,ii i
MAUIINKI'Y.
? ini le room, lt di
i. it cannot nuss np. ii r.-*, =.
fuel, li ia lit.
. m. li ri nu' ti i
I
.
ii i ase
li i- Invaluable ft ? irxans,
i
? Tiiin-, 'I un.
. M. sai.it- Kn*,
loiui'-iioi o- power at 10 pounds pressure of
water, Iii-'
?.o' Illl
IT IS VERY CHEAP.
PRICE, $18 ?0.
Si-nit for Circular to tbe Bael ? - Watei
Motor i .... Newark
i in.
M's also manufacture Patent lin
tating ami Exhaust Ians.
Send for Special Catalogue on Ventilating
L. C. CORLEY, Sole Agt?
i \i:sivii.i i.
A Step Forward.
Farmville Telephone Co.
We ss iii fnrni-li .sun ;t phone; ilti nil of the
ssork ; a ind 6 neel I.-111
!"i $15 i" i 'oin. for place ol iin-i
1 $10 I" i') *-*?' for residence.
M> i TH KU KXPKNHR to those who
ssim ssitil inii-l |nts for
Tn' ss iring;,
All phones connect wltb ("antral of!
? a vice
NIGHT AND DAY.
kLRBADTi mix TV-IT vi: BUttHCUIURIW.
w.n. ii the u-t for the | people
if ymir lossn.
ibsci Iptloni willi
S P. VANDERSLICE,
ATTORNEY,
W. P. VENABLE
PLANTERS BANK.
Tile
PEOPLE'S
OPPORTUNITY
mmmmurwtma*
FOR FOOT WEAR,
Wi' mean, of course,
SHOES
ir Men, Women and Chil?
dren, lt<i to tbe
Baltimore Clothing House,
liere you will find Course
ul Fine Shoes <?t' e*ten size
id al prices thal will aston?
ish you,
Satisfaction is Guaranteed
every instance <?t" ;i sale.
" I nbivllas and Parasols
t!i" lines! of Gloria Silks
? ? (Nothing House
ihf place to go. These
otis are entirely NEW and
the very lates-1 styles.
in'** lower than you have
ii t hem ''Unlit \ con
? Ti'il. A big Int ul' llll'lll
I tli?\ iiiu-t be sold.
We bave a nice assortment
?or? ?
TRUNKS,
ifli wt* are offering al fac
y jirif They were
iLflii al ;i big ilisfuiiiit. and
* advantage we give you.
?\ are every one of fine
(te, and we invite your in
ction. Remember that we
are headquarters for
FINE CLOTHING
Men, Youth's and Chil?
li. Prices as l<>\\ as the
? ?t Ladies and gentle?
men's
ITRNISHING GOODS
II the lates! styles. Spe
attention is asked to ?>iir
?i'ii line line <-t Neckwear.
[ALTIMORE CLOTHING HOUSE,
Farra*! ille, Va.
? ,re.
PRIIN HM.
d' REASONABLK PRICJ
Ai BBRALDOPFIOl
^
<-">.
CRESCENT
BICYCLES.
Thc Best Known Wheel.
Sn ii i I, yon
will Iiinl l KKSlloN r 111' >' Ll
? adj there and tht lr reputal
UDshakl n. II" I.unoi.O' Hain. ?,
country
ron,!-, or ??ny pus.an. ind
olil i ali- Iiiiiii, uml tinar popularity
Increases with tin' ma
Adults' Chain Models $35.
Bevel Gear Cnainless Models, $60.
uescontalu
free,
CHAS, v. BUGG,
Ai.KNT,
PARMVILLE,
VA.
HEVILLE SloMMER SCHOOL ANO CONSERVATORY
?. ir! Ul
alura, Kxpresslou an.I Physical Culture,
r. Kinll liri. i and fro]
Hie Hcbarweuka
uk, wm in' *
lisle ti ?
ll Hi.- mn-!
Illulia '
? ll lin'
ss \ i.
'of circular itu,I I -. in]
Ala III UAI I
Ash
A VE Vol i; PRINTING
HONK AT Till, il KK.M.I)
JOT, OFFICE, KAK.MVII.I.K
KEEP
COOL
tors,
[ce < 'i'.ihi Preen tra,
Fl) I ,?,.,**.
Blue Flame
Oil Stoves-?
\" Smoke
Al
CRUTE <& BUGGS.
I- \KM\ III .
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
sir,-nf
VV. ll. i:
i
alni ni m.l name, in ion,!...
.SS Ililli bill
Arll I, ' Will.I.A HAKI'KK.
fACTS
r
thal every man waring
('lothcH -liciilil know.
Il- ? wiiieli hu- ii |i.H.r move
maill vmi cannot npOtt
ie ai i rate tun.*. Tha uaM TOO*
too holli- g-ind In < Hotbinc If
Hie Al 1 Al.-.' Ute in-nle* of
;i ltiiiiiii'i t, an- pootrl* nri'le,
Von eaini'i! expect t" grt weat.
\ug -uli-f.tttinn. The "Vital*"
Brand < Hotblng, -our < Itothlog
-ii|ieri,n' iii every mtv over
all Hillel Illlike*., Iieeail-e OVOty
irannent 1- lailon <1 ,,n it -trnTly
-,'lelilili''
H. if ur,- ii Ussr nf inuits good point*
J .ni .'Uiiin.! se. BUT OKT: 1 bf Tuit?
ion- m.vi r come .iii', be. ause Hut sn
? brough the cloth
and Milesia. To add Arm hess abound
I blades, genuine
, .a** i* a*. :
enough padding to retain tbe snape,
Pure l oai lin'
topmost -l.nii.il |.oiiil*uliil iiriiili.il.h
Toss n in bottom ol coat, pres*
shrunk io conform lo the !??*? i
- rio*. Ililli. 1-tltiTli'T, III L'ISr
permanent and properstiape, ai
1 I .s. I 11 s l! s i ?
J aril- ninia -Uh I lireatl *1 ilelni..
mts other m i
These ara bal ? Rm ot the many
food point- aboul our clothing. I ><?n*t
you Millik tbatt'lothlng adored ssnii
ss much care and thought as mir- i
n-orthy of your investigation "
l'he ls , ? s om
(.?lins more than ordinary Clothing
i.i in sun ly
interest the most economical I
7. .')D.
88.50.
i ?.
10.50. SI'ITS.
815.00.
J. B. WALL.
Progressive Clothier.
NOTICfc.
ITte lllnt'l -:..
Od-Wlll, A.'.. In .N. ll. 1 ? Ul BSf>
? i,I. il lo WIltS? A has iT-mi itill-t
like -.Iii, lin lit ss llli N. ii. I'-.S |i!-oll.
lt. Wu l-l. A Has ii
WHIT-MONDAY
EXCU
-VIA N. 6V. W. R. R.
rom Farmville to Richmond
WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 2.2, 1899.
Saj8*faaaa*Ba?*a*-a**Ja-aB?a,aaj*a^
HOUND I RIP l- tl
I.TVIKI.!, lu li.i II MOND,.|l "-ii
'.Kl,VII,I,I. ro ItK il MOND, .1140
Train LeaVM FarniVTl!-* nu tin; Following Scfladlk
* n \ m.
* ii ??
llutk.Ml:.' -oil
* -in ??
Nm lin. a.
Illu.'k-loii,' '.;.
Weils lil. '? ia "
'? .* '?
Kord I r "
Church Itoad Ml "
?Milln Mill,T I -ll "
urg imin "
Klcbmoud Mg "
?? RETURNING LEAVE RICHMOND AT 8 30 P. M
iere ss ill !?" a (flood inany atlraiTi"it- in the .itv that <iay, ami ann.in; limn
SPECIAL MATINEE
A- Hu* III Jot I li KAT RE for the K.viir*i..iii-t-, at IM.
SEPARATE (nit ms rmi COLORED PEOPLE. .?
i \
iii Miinuuer-, amt sun s? iii iiml ?var) thing - .'1111' tuterowdlns,
iii: aa. BEOAEDLES8 ai HIE ll El I III E.
?
Capt. J. K. MICHIE <$ R. T. ADAMS, Managers.
ARE YOU READY
, ft IX DE ?MaVtC/'
We ale -ole Al.elll- for
HIRSHBURG, HOLLANDER & CO'S
....
T .iii Pilli sBsVttriaJa.
Cunningham Drug (><>.,
I \U.M-. Il IK, ITA.
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