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AN INDKPI SDI ni NEWBPAPKH l'I I ' AN . J. I. Il WT, .Bilitor and Proprietor. ti. vi i ? i-ii-i n>N : 1 ' >py, one yeiir.fl.00 " otha. " " three mon tin. .- . ? - s 1 KIHAY.Jl SE rm: am KR tc ko altai da v. ?ion. to tlie and in mir,', moat lni? tentiou away with the i ti, anil MTit , ,r. from the other days of the and ,. ami vt . Thai it ii-1 ? otleii on by ila- Iron ,'. rations, that f ia disturb? ing i lon and handling ol ma '-. thal nominal ('im lion of theda to plea and that the world at treating il iy rather than a holy day ia known of ail men. Tbal it* ti. i Hie inc ie it |fl time for love of law, Christian and non-Chriatian, I thht the m of our institution. We u our t:, In full sym? pathy wi! body, which iii one of il prefer red to alli the Ameri? can rather than even the Christian who call themselves lim- Qg the day aa al] : rm mid, ami &*. we sprung, inday newapaper i London, and the atora of i ; tesl which bas mel tbe venn doubl drive it to Ita hidings. No mau ol ind who lovee order,, in doubl the value of a well observed Sunday, even aa a hu? man Institution v. .M 'i he compares md nilli I with Spain, or with imii.i. lt i* hurtful enough that lld ut,. the capital of tbe land, but their grasping and tl inda must be kept from the throat of our American Sunday. We do not plead for a day of tuntenaw than foi a i' gloom, we do not say tha) uld remain lntbeditcb until Monday dawn.-., we would nol young luau-, we would nol sing funer? al dirges in our churches Instead of Joyful anthe** ? bang emiliem- of in , our homes when , but we would "beep ll it the "day of all the week the i?? Tor readiii-,* Sunday Bi noe the land i- Hooded with religious literature Of moa .Nor need Un? tiled mau or i i .itt the day Bleeping In order lo rest. Utaangeof w,"k ? if. An hmii in Sunday ?ebool . early hom on farm, In the office, al the dine, than an hour on the I intoned luau of :i : lind mi , from an hour than au i: market reports. A \ ulplt is up-iil't lo life than one read from the columns ol a newspaper. shame upon the American young man who would "play bair on Bund ?-haine Upon the men and women who would encourage it by th '?'I"' o ..iii keep" until Monday m.triiin::. stonewall" Jack eon would not mail a letter that would rei pi ire Sunday work in ll don if he could avoid it, and ifrald to fl Sunday. "Fear Ood and '?"mniandnient*.," bu nol the creed of cowards. We mus! uard the Amer? ican sun,lay against tue encroachment of (he devil no matter what di Ihey are clothed in, for willi tb of our Bundey away goes <uir liberties ?pie. t.fi BLOW. Wed in by that ^encourage laxiness, or inaction, as the snail 1,|,t wi i t" waru against the break-neck ..., which t'1"1^' failure." 'lin- daily papen bring ua da couoti I<'",l> '" ' ,.ne of Hu i:U'"-' *"'??'? .. Plower, of N i V.,!k. The mi sams strain to which -a, ii men are subjected i- lim? ply intense. I,, consuming and the rest of the ul mer. ui.ui who gambles to make a living can know i?, rest. Sm Nidi nigh aa ii Itself. Tbe cry 1 day by day, and no whal ti.. d would be well if the mm ' " that it i*. "", '" ver*, rich ?weno ?"? bul beyond ?l,:*1 ? lo go. jth. UOl the only Tillea- . do ml i un No he Wi poi eil I not tua neath the oppn and iv hen be falls In I i bettei miine the ti "bear! failure, ' w bal Ik thal ?letory worth windi cauaea the heart tu fail7 Sixty mile.* an hom i- too la-t, and yel tiny an- arranging schedules for t-uick* el going. Stall to the depot 111 tillie lo catt li the Ullin nt nu easy rut, and avoid Inducing "hear! failur means >,i a rush. (Jet up a hu i, in tin- morning ami don'l I" e , going to the office, ie plainly so the (.linter and podimidei may uinlci-tati.i what you ile write. Take lune local ami ? the cruel slavery of nil Take tune to res! and don't l? rn the day tncd. Take time to read a d leam aa well a- live. Take tim'' t" \i so kill mit Hie selfish -pi.,i. Take tum' to go to church, a?.d know tlmt it ia not "till ol' life to live, liol ali of tudu-.'' Take tuneful thinking uml so avoid blundering. slow, but go onward, up heavenward. A steadj will "gel then, skip and jump," ani breath, and the doctors will iy you died of "heart lui lure" ??16 to I" ia aboul a- potent a lt- adherents are in lhere will be no repetition of the gold bug Tbe latest national air is known tt "Hand-- Across the Bea," A 1',. mature in sentiment, but m it "bye ami bye. Wc hope' Ih. i* p>od at any rate. General Wade Hampton declines thc oller to rebuild bia li-hi e by popu? lar .-ubs.-ription iu his state, and -ay* thc "well done ' of hi- Icllow-cili/.en more than compensates foi ail he may have done for the public. e mau told a tpieer story in a .New York court recently. Ile sayed Mr. Hettie Green a i lax bill, she refused i" , , i ami threatened to -hoot him foi hi- rights. The effort will craze the average ni Dewey's ??don'fs" ai,' i much nf commendatic Ex-president ila to them, and now they an general approval. Tbi ,? can be no question that "don't-' ofim* mensa value In the history of the Nvorld. Presidenl McKinley \i i present ihe Jewelled sword, tbe gifl of tue i to Admiral Dewey, and lite nu -. bis brave men. ile ought to make "the speech" of his life. Wc should Imagine, h iwever, that ii i * n , io make. I ne land grabben law ni ll] l> i ed at the bidding of publ ? oilier enormities can i -ame medicine. The flourishes b |,lc love a drain. Chi t 'ii '??? and moderate drinkers support the business. Drunkards nevei badmoncj enough to do it. A few men of this country arc labor Ing under thc Impression ihat the fu? lure of the nation depends in greal measure ution who shall be the next Congn I. lhere are ju-t a lew of them great iiody of ua must plant and plow, work and reel a- thou.' men thing ai i * un e I luted Sta tl A:t,r Waterloo England,at act 11,800,000, presented N\ i splendid estate. Tb S iII.ihhi, one hal! I be building of u borne for Ad liney and the ethel b ?d lor hw benefit, 'loper thing ttl do. .\ t imposes t" devote 1160,000 In t he hero. That la in our opit expenditure of mom ng money on the part of the rich i* all as it should be. If Hay wont ive it out let them spend it. Tin.- i- the aire of life insurance. All Sngliahman recently sen! to one ol tbe ugo companies of our country his heck foi 1180,000 and he i- ! i n S0,000 each yeal a- long aa lu* lives. lc i- m.iv >n year* of age, and thc inst ion is :l- to who will win, Ihe ian or the company. If b ic centenarian mark of c largely thc winner, and sh,ml,I he ie iu one year thc company D rgely. A successful business man o ake-cut his ched; to thc -une oom* my fol uni he i- to ; i annuity of $8,000, and at his (haili 100,000 is t?. i-e taid to hi- estate. bess transactions emphasise lu, fad mt such Institutions are regardi upregnably strong. I HI I OKI M. NOTES. "TTie world ow,- im man a living, it that it owes every man and all en an equal chance to make a living just a.* true.' - ... man of good u-e. fclegraphtng without win- strikes a- marvelous, but telegraphing with rea no doubt imrareased our fathers th,- -ame way. Whether the "sun move" or not man i- making !*hty strides forward. >r. Talina'*!' reminds nj thal with i Burmese II la lawful cause for di* rce when a wife begins to cat I., I. r husband ha* finished his meal. were told recently that iii -oii,e lion-nf Wt-t Virginia thc eustom iiino-t universal for ihe "women" to it until the "men folk-" an- done mg. Horrid ! t i- more than marvelloua when we nt conditions to n rn .I the iii-t really successful i cn da Wt no -:i\ , ai dei lo), ill, sro Mc m . a li ll ldc, plc: hilt lilt Wilt pita natl lise s' , T in I .:,i. thal (be '. i. and thal Ul ls NN li il now. A \N oil lt thai the decline ni ii Hie couti* Tm- lu thu li"M iblc cuiidilfon ol Ibu pul,I;,- road . In bia opinion one inn lb in ? . next I ? iioiiiiiiec I i two old. ' lt ii to know Ilia could ll li ihe ? W li gun, w u ? ? fully i population _ WASHINGTON LETTER. ' - N - . ? b ' i i I ? ?cn i" arm than nod to Il, of Pen ? ami Bunouuced thal be : :? COUld dummy n, and I ?io sun by - u il be i Kinley I. Platl h . bart mean- that ,l hei rel b ii of bel i .ii ll,' icd, bul ni le lin r i . ? ? i in .nut mouth* ?c, in favor ol Mt k Domi? ni u bid for j ti Oe Wt tit \ \ ?on help foi t|uaj in bia 111 t' in thc - i . . doul oil* t" Mr. N] .Ko iel lc ne in - tu lielp found i}niy decided* ly "uppiatf" towarda tbe administra? tion while he wa- in Ihe Bel lite adiiiini-lration wa* very partic? ular t" hue thc wides! circulation given to tin- report ,,f tin- lleefCourt <>t Impiiry, bm it baa now discovered a pay f,u thc Inquiry ha- been used up, and plied mi thc print* which that . after t ,i pm iu twje. lt i .. contended ny many thal tin- adm lula trallon inver intended to . my public, and tins . though that ? licet. ' .??tl I.s the ig thc Mili? tating 'hal * I flag would incut, there tl flag; hence mau as d Ml. Me? ll io Ihe older and he opinion. This ck Hie ' lin port to nice, hilt ill ? of Cuba, tb ? ac no Consul to of uiijusl treatment landing in any ciel ty iud i-n't it. It did not nlil today, i ii, it will nol be , bouse me. , To Find Ont. i ?? a 1 UH - ? DO. ? . I ? ? li mt iiiaiinu HI...I.I Dist asea. ' ? a fini ime of Furniture dining-room and l all ii ni before you buy uni oiii household ?: I Wall Paper gu te ? '?nile ami Poultry ll the leader. Por -ale by H. C. Cn ile. Bi Policy. < I'rovea li. I ** rn , i n : - demon* ? linn,-I. annus paul lt,r A. & H. V. Baldwin, Farmville, Va., o ..... re Have Completed and now occupy ? OOM MODI s. ss. i . .1 ; I -VRMVILLK, VA.. We .hall .i varied Um m ral kt If llai'lu-a i ? . :-. Eiiimts and Doors, tgon uml Carriage Material, st mit iml, ir Wagons, iiiuiiuriii implements, Plows, Casting*, A e. al lt,rel Hire Ol . ''..iiiiiii iel . I.ititi' : I Duval., Robertson 4 Co, mal Mi FL Lette i ..i, HA MUSIC Mi Bi'lli -I ihlison in ill iv stttiic lur Mi nc I i i.imIi.t' Ith. 1809. lillie .' Tl BAI ' 111 i*- rm K.N,,W.N. AMi THK nu NNa.Ui.li KOH DRIVINU LUJH I .haiti; M.i; v. Il i.a.o ? a i IT IS VERY CHEAP. PRICE, $13 to $301 Motor In.. N. a Villi ll i at-a manufacture Patent En tating ami Exhaust I Send for Special CttllogH od Ventilating L. H. CORLEY, Sole Agt., ON DRAUGHT, Hie Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer, til.U. KIT . .NN ll.di: NI Ni,. Hoer? ' SH AIM'. MARYLAND XX XX, BRADDOCK, COOPER'S OLD CORN. HUGHOGARA & CO., Ul. ll Ni;, -l'. PARMVILLE, VA. I'nu'll Need Us When You Want Clothing. wv u. ' OUR SHOES tnt,i ? .APLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, rV.il Richardson ft Cralle >pring is Here So ia our stu. ?-. ol Jpring and Summer Goods. i'e invite Insper-l ion hi-ii.tIK pn ' .. ?il RY GOODS, NOTIONS ?ami? Gentlemen's Furnishings. FLEMING ft CLARK, PAH IfVILLl NUIICt. ll** v SS ll io until , l-s>,||. .' ..,t mu-; Wo UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. WV TO VI KU IMA NS In Tbe Academic Schools, rs, Science, Uw. Medicine, Engineering. VE YOI I; PR INTI fl r\TTHK HERALD JOH OFFICE, PARMVILLE N w I.. The Wheel for a Woman. The NV, work In in Ideal bh inti lilli, li. iiinl ni |,lu, oil' on ! Ch ai ni ess Crescent Model 18 niiii nu, ? s ? mel Ile ADULTS' CHAIN MODELS BEVEL ar ill CHA IN LESS Stan $35 ,,. $60 189.1 CRESCENTS ARE HOT'M MODELS. CHAS. V. BUGG, \<-i PARMVILLE VA KEEP COOL liefrigerntoi . Icc ( 'fc.TIII Kli c/.cf-*. Fl) Kins, ['lue Kinnie ( >il SldNC N<> Smoke. At CRUTE & BUGGS, I- SUMS Hill \ \. Farmville Mfg. Co. LUMBER f every description for building pur? poses. Prices are advancing o place your orders arly and save money. G. H. ROBESON, PROPRIETOR. A Step F 01 ward. aron ille Telephone Co. IT- stall Ital . ni Ute S .,',' 1,11 f*j,j5 |.. ,,| l>l|s|. -an,I JfO i?'i \'nr lor ri -1.lenee. to -.til. ll" Ni i\\ . II,.,., si,10 n .1,1 1,111-1 ? ' IIGHT AND DAY. Kil.NnN six n n I iii.it iii people oin loss ll. S. P. VANDERSLICE, ATTORNEY, W. P. VENABLE PLANTERS BANK 1 ih, To., LAI Vi i I r You Dislike the Term "Bargain," Perhaps. NV.d' nut -iii|n i-ni. a splendid u-oi'il Unit im- Ina! ii'i'iiim. like tin- lll.ll'|ile in Ind e.,||| |,:,ny. If vmi arnuad uhiIit-i-uh! Um re lilll 1 | ?: I- "Il "I UM Mont |e.ul -t,,,| ll.t ll lo 'll'. - Ililli Itllll-.-llII VV lilt I '. Il lill' i minn In lo Illili-, lil "I 1 ' ' ss h. rn.i I lill. l-t. Il? lili! !'. lu till ll,lill,,ll Hint Sse a.'t si nit len and i ur. $50 Wheeler & Wilson Sf.. M te $25, noss ls your i-liunee. Non ss iii t,.,i i opportuiiltj again wbs-a one. J. B. WALL. Tlie PEOPLE'S OPPORTUNITY FOR FOOT WEAR, Wc mean, of course, SHOES bi Wen, Women and Chi] ilren, go to the Ballimore Clothing House, riict.- you Nvill Iiml Course iml Fine Shoes of every sise ind .ti prices that will aston i-li you. Satisfaction is Guaranteed ti every instance of ;i Mle, for [Jmbrellas ^nd Parasols ii the finest of (iliiii.'i Silks be Baltimore Clothing House i lin* jil.'icc ld Lr?- These tkmI-* are entirely N EJW snd I' ilie very latest styles. 'rice-* lower than y<>u nave Ncr seen them?quality con* idereil. A big l(?i of them ml they mud !><? Bold. WC have a luce assortment ?of? TRUNKS, 'hich we are offering at fae i] v *>r' Tlicy were ought nt a big discount, .-rmi tis advantag ve you. 'hey are i t/en one of fine ake, and we in \ ite your in* lection. Remember that we are headtiuai tel - l<?r FINE CLOTHING ?r Men, Youth's and Cbil* ren. I'ii" es ;i- I.>w as the west. Ladies and gentle? men's FURNISHING GOODS .?ill tin- latest styles. Spe? ll] attention is asked to our jici'h line linc of Neckwear. BALTIMORE CLOTHING HOUSE. Farmville, Va. IppoallC (Tl.te'" I'rllU' Stole. NOTICE! tiara mot . -i from ai Ness a<mi Handsome Kiora lija I lore. Til > un ? ,,,| liner -io MES DKESS GOODS, NOTIONS, fie. M | I,.,sell,. ,. ? Aldsi.i-; til, INDOF 8HOBH ' .ns * Hie lui, )OUGLAS SHOES. ll Hm n eoiiiiniiiin,'. ai pal?. L. J. VERSER, ! \i;\i vn.l I I N.