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FARMVILLE HERALD. ? i.\ I NEWS! c .-.? w j Ku: 11 three inoiitiis. I lt St KUI DAY. JINK '?'. ivf. Our Old Command ig the w sen the WC the -. much so thal I ordered 1U ? n. lt wu- w nilen on tb *i,>n of tii? McClellan mmand of tba anny, who ar idol, 1 author gave I d ti" "Mocking Bird." e theorist baa - uni to n bal I hey can do with bul tin- whites of the il them out run tilt ni md, not |K'r. mitted to spend tbs nignl in ? Weal Virginia town, dare I Cab In York city, and nothing remains buttoremaiu in Dixie and vote the tic ticket. Adi . borne ?fain ami the flrsl thing to annoy him wiil i ? Ifork banquet, win-h Iting and -peech making, IT word for it, neither are accep? table to tlc ? lor. Honor him, it don't worry the life out of him. ?1 pay lesa than any other human institution. They ly populai with gormai and di A quiet evening with friend- is delightful, bat a fancy slip? per i- disgusting. Much ;- beirut written now a-day? on the subject otu divided DelUoci I Virginia If the minority will only i/.e the fact that the majority [gbts which mu-t and should be .Mil be i.o dividing. The May Conference vva- com) .\ n<? will be loyal t" bra enacted, \\ e do not believe . led in the interest of any one man i i. The "unterrined" were ..?Untied by higher and holier JUill i.i-e-. Fanning i- to become luxurious not remalli altogether laborioua One of the New Ymk comrade- of the plow ni electric plant, aud this will be operated by the power 1 finn a-mall stream running li thc faun, and when in motion will cook the bod, warm and light the honsce, turn the home mill, do the Churning and no doubt in dui will do the plowing, the harrowing, the cutting and the mowing. Hurry up ai ;u, and be -ute i lidenl McKinley ha- recently re? moved 4,(UK) officers from the 0] I of the civil service law. Let ns all go. "Tn the victor belong the spoils ll not why imt .' If we cnn stand the shock incident to change of | ' irvlve the cutting OsTofOther Official head-. The "in-" ought to become the "outs" now and then, r mge keeps the il shak? ing up of public | ap i, interval- i- \.?:.. useful b) the body politic We want no more Cleveland foolishness. Divan will have a Denn., eratic Secrelai v of Bl kl No man lcd lien on in th : the United S All legally qualified citisens of thi* State arei \ seat In that body from Virginia, and the voters of Vir? ginia have an Indisputable right to nani- the man. The Democratic vo? il ill name the - s<ii to Mt. Mai ii:,, and In -Heh man to them. Th. rant who objects to thbi is not worthy of the honor. If the people are not to !*? trusted then indeed i vernnieiit a thing of thc past with us I mmittee- In Ch I ninon wealth, will meet in Richmond on the 12th inst. and their conclusion will be law unto ail loj ita. ??ii of ded reeolutl of univt peace, from i the "House of the w la" in the Netherlands, but In the :i deciding . formidable . Hu ?ia bas g upon Chinese est while the ? in the ' Islands of the Pacific. Under such corni _: ul Hague m as an interna? tional far. ??. The delegate- will enjoy for their surround!) - very luxui inn in ber wi Kich Hs og re ' I ? a the beadquarters of all f that \ .hun h. Nashville will bi give up the for. n < '.numil we had to J Ichl the semi nar v, and we expect uexl to know that the four seminaries have b>.on nolidated .ami all swallowed up bj 1 mon. "In union there ls strength," and no telling what tin- giant will ac? complish now that il i- iii elbow touch of "up to date" city preachers, lu the meantime what will become ot the country churches.' City-bred i t tolerate travel ovi i the rough load- lo reach them. EDITORIAL. Mill ? Spam is represented in Washington again. dd, i- -mc of acquit ? all the outrage done him. lt i- believed there will be a call for ;.".,ikni volunb Yellow fever bas appeared In Nea Now for the usual pani.'. Dewey says Hobson i- "serious and manful." Isn't he the boldest-bashful lissei the world ever knew. In Manilla the decoration of ic while one of mir gui Shelled the WO d-." Ex-President Man leon delivi red an iddress In Han- on Deceration Day, .aid a glowing tribute to I.. (?en. Wheeler i- being aniimin Alabama's next Governor. If he isn't bim ju-t what ic want-. .Mary Anderson, (he I sen of he Stage, ba- exhibited her good look ug baby to American admirers, and [one hack to her quiet English home. The 7th N. Y. regimen! icc apli-niof feather- as it mulched up 'iftb avenue on Decoration Day, and nd at a- thc "feather-be i lent." Helter do battle next time. "Which meal enjoys whal tim world mtains, the man who I: etty bit ..f it in recorded title .1 raman who baa the hean io feel the MUty, the glory and wondet of the 'arid?" The question i- not bard to newer, i nd me of it dealing willi the ui" ai tarrion. And what to be the result of it all'.' A few pro. lotions for bravery ami a legion of irials. Statesmen do -'.me limes cl mistakes. Hut, i- Hal ateaman? or i- there hope of in- be* g made one'.' Even .Mr. .McKinley ould whisper an emphatic no. Two French editors fought u duel 'er this foolishness: one of them in itici-ing Bernhardt's rendition of amlet, Insisted that Hamlet should i repn being fat, and the her tiiat he should be presented as in and lank. And .-ne of the light - wa- actally wounded. This satis d wounded lmimi '.' they -hook iuds and parted a- friends. W . countrymen ! 1 he Washington Post think- the ust business cannot euler lan to thc next presidential canvas e platforms of both panic- will de ire mightily against them. Thal d so, but who will believe tim devil la aint because be happen- to be sick7 hen Hanna begin- to denounce iru-t iple will begin to smile. WASHINGTON LETTER. un our BssnlarCorrespondent. Washi.mil'N, June ?">, I dr. McKinley ha- given the country itlicr exhibition of a lightning inge of mind. After allowing tboee 0 talked with him dui int: s to get thc Impression thal be was ut to Call for volunteers for tim ilippines, lc soddenly changed bi? ni and announced thal the Cabinet 1 decided not to cull for volunteers, to replace the volunteer- now in Philippines, with regular-, ami to borise (.en. Otis to enlist native-, s believed that Hie principal factor bringing about this lightning nge, wa- a cablegram from Prof. inman, president of the Philippine i. containing a fairy story mincing Hie cally surrender of ilnaldo, -.ii same author were the basis BOf early peace indulged in by the alnistratloo, som, , The . w bich la-t- iluee months, n in thc Philippines, making it i? - to worry maida much for that length of i. That's why no carly stn I all probable. m. A. J. Warner, President of the etallic League is in Washington, said of thc probable Democratic orin of rn- lb,- Dum. C party will stand by the Chicago "im. The money plank will bc ? a- full and a- strong a- if there nu other i--ms. I would bc in of makin nation ist trusts, u- if that were thc only ; and thc same with our di -t Imperialism and the ppine war. Nelthei question can id to ob- ure or take | ? other, but all combine to <ue that I believe the pop;. >rt." latevcr may be the defects in brunches of thc government ?c, and they ure numerouseuough, body kimw-, c..niiin--! mei Dueil, c. s. Patent Office, i- conduct mt office with in rators, patent lawyers, and RMb than PM 'lone fur a long tune. tathra Gordon, of O Ti put Hi N. ^ Iel || r.-iin Man pion lum nmg On Wolli Wa man, lc, Iii ly of tl , il; "\\ Loewi tinnl. Il? pili.In him are lin luiih iona, i- oom , ind il ldc I ?i nt* |.pominny, tiley H ill beat Si iliatol Manon'- cindi I have i.I?*a a bo ?iii be named aa tm D ; le (lo ? meul al Hie pols (bi? lli I milli.-: . of tin Ill tree ban Ix eu di* ind te poi ted tn nt. by the il. al H Hi eluding aa follows: "Artificial can bi ii ""? L'eiiuii.' tn bard I j M (tli it, iinil "tie cannot say thal -limn, fol it i- conn imie cell1 In a coun of iii l by .-unit re; ii, and where all the ?otton titted in tin- mr ini-t i 'ruin far .ld be I not alarm ! it i? km lUt lui ' IlKe lie chemical procetw by a linnie, W bi. li ' i ban the natural diamond ol the ame - r, w bich rendeni the The friends of itive Bher ming thal the Kendi i-iiip combine, luto rhich b i the la in nade ii iiili i -?? ut tbe only W ti ida te -iiip. lt i ? il Unit it was formed todo thal ely thing, anil thai tlc ration to it, lim i i tint -Inp (-U kii-il, mill < i > ll ni-ti.iver bim. m.ul.' bim ndeaii i r-bip limb ip in tbe J iin ni ah' made II flint it ;. itbdraw in Hei favor, long 1 a.\ in"? place, at Hie le ail ol tbe ' III .Melli- I o|l|l|l:t!'i . 0) i. lill il tin ip nf tbe I'be ailbdrawal of Hopkins in i of ll ! I i ' the nun: proprlatioi ed lt, al th Bl Hopkin* i- aller Hie I 'oiiiinitt.e fm Iiiiii ,1 keep- ni ,|e I' p'.ol .k ahead mi.I plan ahead no thal ppol tunny pie-ent- iteelf A much >le imie A prudi nt il careful ;.. ? ?.f mnl . Hie - fellow a ill wail nm. tlipela it ami then nun J11 Hil: lol i Mop ty, be? lt-, tin- .m.iinil dol? li aud tb u un ingham Di ug \i Wa. I., tile LivinK ue w ?? .I. m i- uuniug night I day. 'wo blaal fui pig iron ; cii.l at Joh Ul linn?? Men lilli 'ictim- . kidney nun, ami all feel tin- blood, back M.*he, ? .od tired, linties*, run-down . to (eel ? tba!. ville, Ii,ii. ll" - is -: ? jll-t Hie Hill . rj don't ? win tb lt did elite tl: ii now eat any tl ruaranti mu fae rs from 1890 to 1898, inclusl ? . e than ?#,000,000. ?n- lol th ,| the ? it which i i'l at stony Point, near I. H iii, Cham i u'? Pain H lin was I hi y ot bi ? ?Oinb thia ('un ii.tm i *? of th - in tbe i I- l>elim muli of tlie equipment will con pen ben tb fm lEnl liol li om Thc Qajaj ill tba! 1,11 (.. I',. - of Newark, Mich., in tbe Civil ?llllli'i lie ll bim. Eruption. i ny Wi. ? - predicted that tin apple crop in t- Hu- yem srill l-e Hie lal. .story of tbe - Who Is To Blame. Kidi lb il il mem bu a i hild lo bc ll lilt chlid un if lim If, when tim i lil. I lu li il Should be control tin ll '.\ Uh bi ll ll pclld Upon of the difficulty i- kidney ? p sicmld be to ? in- h. iiim nt oi th. se important I is due ic kidneys and bladdei ami not to Dil. ia rbi umntism; pain or dull nelie in tlc b,,ck il Hie Wile: in iii if it stsini the color ol rusl ii ll; il lin ie nc puffy or dark - iinlei the ? livei ind bladder ri med) prompt idimity effi . ' telling all bj mail Addi' : imton, N. . Winn ! this Fat ? I Ikrald. ? ihai nares ;rink, tull get enough liquid for ii tb.- dew .n the they . I I ..... I I 1.. I 1 >.t_ III.M.ll iu.,..ri, Milln I ?Mill .|| i- i.iii or . ? ? .1. WI.en t (Hirl II lim- of Furniture ??? lor, chamber, dining-room ami nursery. < 'onsull tum ?! buy From others. K ymi want anything in household ? il furniture, < 'ai jit-, (lui tain-. Pictures ot Wuii Panel go to tie ami Poultry hood i- -till the li hy H. C. ''Kl ll .linville. PIANO PUPILS. i Piano l'ti|?ils - If You Are THINKING of BU. ING A KOWER, REAPER OR BINDER, 'mi will lind it to youl interest to get DUI pllce- lol the BUCKEYE. fe have ibese machines on hand and they M I -T bc s,,|,|. Do you know w hat tbi- lucan- '.' You CAN BUY CHEAP ? nie and see u-or write US, We will take pleasure in mailing ? you a catalogue CHAS. BUGG ci SON, AGENTS. ~hey Have :ound the *aby, Marian ( Hark, .miiiI the place t<> timi CLOTHING suitable for Hot Weather, slid ool Serges, Alpacas or Sicilian Dats and Vests, is J. B. WALL'S. H i Ti W toll. inn ol Ol R.i for Wi Farmville Herald ANDTHE hrice-a-week New York World. Doth one ? i.iai. id ord. THE II KHALI), Farmville, Vs. Gen i</r Milli I We lillMIH MUSIC Mi? Belle Johnson will re Burne her M i i< < i. am Sep? tember Uh. 1899. THE ts 'MIK M..,. Ki D.VOMlUAL i KNOWN, A.M. THE BBS! IN lin. WORLD KOIt DRIVING lh.lt I' MACH IN SKY. Il tuk ? no fl ri ii ir 'ii rc|iairih.. li ls i ror rum un. i - Haler. IT IS VERY CHEAP. PRICE, $13 to $300. ll i alto manufacture Patent /.'" tating and ExIutuM Inn*. end for Special Catalogue on Ventilating L. H. CONLEY, Sole Agt., I- Al;\l\ Il i rou'II Need Us When Ymi Want Clothing. fcc ? OUR SHOES ! -I\ le. :l Of I'APLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, SH, MAIS, CAI 1 L'RNIMHINi . Alli' Richardson & Oralle, I \KM VI U.K. VA. Spring is Here Sn i^ our stuck ul Jpring and Summer Goods. I'e un rn ol . itiHtially pretty selection of \\\ <;<M>i>s. notions ;i!nl Gentlemen's Furnishings. FLEMING k CLARK, FARMVILLE, VA. ( Tl C. i Policy. h.mr will Proves - 1 -ll" LY. Q( , thal is limn -t. I A. & H. V. Baldwin, Farmville, Va., j I plate, H 3 Have Completed and now occupy NKW U . I '.. 1 \l:\t\ I Ll I . va.. its and l ?nil ^h> // Hardman. Saith, Wiwin and Doornt ton and Carriage Material^ Studebaker Wagon*, il ult ll lill I III lill nu nts, I 'Inns, t nstimis, ,(?<?. Lime ?if lllll.-llN. Dttvall, Robertson 4 Co. The Wheel for a Woman. . Chainless Crescent Model 18 ADULTS' CHAIN MODELS $35 /;/ ///./. / ii; . / CHAINLKSS HODEL 4H AJ IENOT'98 ?KLS. (HAS. I". BUGG M.; FARM VILLE, VA. Farmville Mfe Co. LUMBER )f every description for building" pur? poses. Prices are advancing o place your orders larly and save money. C. M. ROBESON, PROPRIETOR. )N DRAUGHT, k Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer, LD, Kli Kl -iii\i;. INVIG a - for I WHIHKII -ii AIM. MARYLAND WW, BRADDOCK, DOPERS OLD CORN. UGHO'GARA & CO., RH HARDOI > - LD STAND, FARMVILLE, VA. ' The PEOPLE'S OPPORTUNITY FOR FOOT WEAR, \\ <? iiif.'in, ut com-.-. SHOES for Men, Women and Chil? dren, go to the Ballimore Clothing House. There \<>n will timi Course ;unl Fine Shoes <?t ever) -'/?? and .-it prices that will aston? ish you. Satisfaction is Guaranteed 'ii every instance "t a Male, Umbrellas and Parasoli ii th<' finesl -?t' Gloria Silks li.- Baltimore < lotlting Souse - the place '?> go. These ujoods are entirelj NKW ami .ii' tin- very latest styles. ['rices lower than you have ever seen them qualit) con? sidered. A big lol of tin-in ;iii<1 the) inn-! lt<- sold. We hate -i nice assortment of? TRUNKS, .vhich we art- offering at fae hiv ju.. They were Miii-jlii at a big discount, alni iii- a<l\ alita. .'.'?<? yOU, I'ln\ aif even one <>t fine nake, ami we invite your in* ipection. Remember that we are headquarters for FINE CLOTHING '<?r Men, youths ami Chil Iren. Prices a- \ow a- the owest. Ladies ami gentle* nu FURNISHING conns n all iii.- latest -t\ les. Spe ?ial attention i? asked t<> our uperb lim- line <?t Neckwear. BALTIMORE CLOTHING HOUSE, Farmville, Va. Oj joi-ite ('lilt.'- Ill NOTICE! moved from mj old itend a., i ? ior lo r -mr.. .. lliail MES DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, k. CARI8LI BB Winn' SHOES. DOUGLAS SHOES. ? (fully ask for a continuance of that . nm. L. J. VERSER, I A KM VI U.K. V V UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. KKK Tm VIRGINIANS In The Academic Schools, lers, Science, Law, Medicine. Engineering. s Hi ..i Ma I o ii Hi ci i.iiiii.n. B. U tRRINOER IVE YOI I 1'1,'M ' I <>M. Al il' I iii I MI) jul? OFFICE. FABMVILJ I Bryan's .'toy Book REPUBLIC di EMPIRE? tie ramp um i'IIAM.?.iJ?Y\N ? 11 'ur. lion. ? ? .1 THE GOSPEL CF A HiCHEfl D BROADER LIBERTY. I III UM ^ l AGENTS WAKTi D I niel til- otlifr cnn i in tb* ? ?n ?f? th" Ml* ><-HT ? nm?, wheo cull tim: oj Til r IH FRI ir..ll.l.,l I > ? ? ..fiat upon var ?i ja KJM .ruo THE INDEPENDENCE COMPANY, Publishers, FRANKLIN BUILOIRO, CHICAGO.