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AN INDEPENDENTNEWBPAPRi Pl'BI ISIIKH BVBR1 PmiD v\ j. L. ll viii, .'.?'. lit.ir nod Proprietor R vi, ' ki rr ion: One copy, one year.|1.00 " ?? xix imnitli--. ?? three months.... -?"> r'ririnvillcilN i money should be K. w - iper. FRIDAY, JANI AR^ 36, 1900. ?i hiv v\ vm i m. BARTH. ' \\. mean the ninney kines whose ny i--till for more. The last report . their centre of operations ls to the effect Unit all paisaeuger trrsfflc i of the Mississippi bsabeen tsbmrbed by wiie management, ami that vast changes as to time tables, agenti arv lo be nia.ic tad oil, and iron, ami steel, with S0OICS of Other things In tbe bands of a Umlfed few, rand money with well-nigh one master How long before S -Morgan vv ill buy all | tin-faun-of tbo country, and revive r fsudalism with all Its attendant li*?r- y If priri's are dictated OD the 1; Hour- of exchanges rather than in open bets, it unty not If very long. If lunney is to be so contracted se timi a poor man can't afford to have ?ii of lt with which even to pay - to support unnecessary ann and unholy pension demands, it can* tn not be long. And yet the people's only ct leader and only hope, now being least- o eil fruin eily to city, ami received a.** tl no private citizen ever wa- before in -m the annals of the land, is told tbat hs musl part with Iii- identity', yield that Which made linn just wbat he is th to In- siiHering fellDvv-eiti/.eiis, or ta go down in a atscond defeat beneath a th "willis nu -s" of ballots shamelessly pl bought ami cruelly used. "To your ' >, Israel." .Mr. Bryan bas been invited to ad dreaa the members of the legislature and Will no doubt accept the invitation. That a big battle has l>een raging be? tween Boera ami British is no doubt true, bul particulars are not known, nor results. It is said that the late Mr. Moody ?raised :'.,ihhi,imh? for church work, and yet died a poor tuan. "Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven." 'he United statis du aa it maj Suffolk, mir sister near the -ca it will not expand ot become Imperial*. itOf Martin is apoken of as the coniiii'.' chairman of the National Democratic Committee, and CongMe man i'|t- sa member of the Congres sionai Committee. vim: pistols in Kentucky might t" bi made a felony. The blood-blot on the blue L'i:i-- BtatC SbOUM be Wiped out. The shaine ami the stain has re mained ail too long. The legislature ha- been (asked tn appropriate 1600 tn aid in carin-,' for the grave- of confederates buried in Hollywood. The tax payers will not moplain of thc additional burden. The presiti-nt nf a New York Dem? ocratic du ' gave Mr. Biyan a dinner on h.- n-i-ent Visit to that city, and had 18 at the table. Miiylie he isn't SUpefSUttoUS, Of maybe he don't want Mr. lilyan to win. (.en. Wheel, i made mistake in go? ing to (lie Philippine. His country didn't need him then and until such tim*.nu-let the nhl lighter rest mi hi- laurels, and enjoy a leisure he has so richly won. Mr. Hwanson was allowed nearly M-000 for contest expenses. This whole Mibjeot of allowing such expei all wrntnr. Many defeated men make Contest for the ninney there is in it. re might md to be a dime in it. A cru-ty old bachelor, of New York city, Invoked the law to quell the yell? ing of a baby, but tb** law failed to give him relief, ami the baby can keep on yelling to its full capacity aud tn the horror of the bachelor brute. Instead ot using sharp words on tber, what's the matter with tbe laing them to cut their I'll 'j ill li I Tilll'K Tbe - Doe to our unong whom ti Sion there are nu "s|re||-hiinltV-." If the pre-cut legislature adjourns without having enacted some legal barrier ?gainst Hie encroachments of ince, th*' bold-over members of >ughl tn be forced to re sign, and no member of the House should be commissioned tn -ive lin-piil.h, in any ..Iii.-ial capacity. Muru Halstead tills q. that the Bennett san in the Bennett junior tiie leading editor nf his day, ami we have been wondering if be V H. rn',I is without doubt one of tbe great papers "f the (age, hut lia. ti,,. jUI1ior on bi? ni foreign seas made it so? ' tu us tl reputable a Virginia .- isjihc Rock bridge Com ahould ac* ''"**<??'? Bryan nf running af? ter fai-e gods ami th.- Demoera tbe presenl as being unlike the De? mocracy nf the past which "??!..ned in ni ev cn vb III v.. ht 111 do 'lu nil Ai tb* I'.a liol le t las .?ia vie rat pla nut lng nth fnu his ravi B cen iiml f.iui nan I By and doe*. dyh ?ess in t with Oi in tl conti prise The vd lo tho in th nresc the great longs The I iiutlii ni'-: w ileclai those often leal <> tims I will lt struy From t dd. bl'uiigl ..? Den in sin silver, the fu pail,'!!. most si eratic wini sh Preside "I am i oppose* the I'd govern! iutentn Pinpin! pendent < 'unaiis pension should I have tri peaceful the thai (?..I. Brr, Federal every 0 ft de. in L '.*elng Ihe defend.i ul tbe n ! , la-* i, i-i-latinn." lt Hu lilyan I ?i Mint i- nv la. B IM ml "I Un? people pray tell u- webre such frieud sa la wanted may be found'.' The Orange Vt ind ibe Pitt ?ylyania ir,'mm are after the I Pbe former says: "Thia section will cer? tainly make a change foi the ? when it plants dead beats aud siiL'ar beets." The l.'ittel anya: "Two thirds of the world's sugar ia produced from beet-, yet we have no record of a Bingle beat or ? pair of beats producing evin s grain of aug The Richmond i" il"' Richmond Timet In Hus -* ??The Richmond / eels a pa* variety of opinions of oue kimi snd another, lt ls alway- i iii' in opinion upon anything that i dong and of course ll exhausts tbe lubjeel at one fell swoop, and mt an inch of ground for auybodj u stand upon. "In fact, it is only by COU hat we call them opinions; th cally mandates, autocratic infallible md inflexible.'' Faithful picture of the only D 'retie '.' paper published In Virginia ! ' Perbapa our friends who see so much 'prosperity" of tbe McKinley i yingaround us loose would pr..baldy . gard the fact tbat Mr-. Kelsey, of [bunt Vernon, v v, was able to give ii i dog a Christmas tree and to it In tte a number of children, to whom be dog made valuable presents, la an vidence Of the voluptuous times m hi*'ii we all should rrj -Ice, I a- a time when a Kunian em pl roi lade his bone ? consul. There were [her times when the moneyed people tuldn't understand why tbe people mid not eat bread, and suggested mt they tty cake. Do the Indications lint tn anything line these examples? Staunton .Sy.< ctator. ?idet'd, and "more BO." A lit .?niore McMinley-expansion-comblni ? ritl'-single standard prosperity, and e Hannas may all sing bul tbe peo* e will all sigh. Wm. Jennings Bryan stirred Balli ure to its depths on last Saturday enlng. The Academy of Music waa ivvded tu Hs fillies! capacity, and the ?quent advocate.'! tiie people's rights list have been at bis best <?id men ?re moved to tears, and all men who ard lum to enthusiasm, Even Jtimore Son gave columns "f en rsemenl of tbe mighty effort, and lered In no wise with the positloua public questions of this foremost of nerican citizens, save and except on ? lunney question, and but that the Itimore .S"/i i- very rich, and can : appreciate that any one else la in I need nfadullar with which to pty es, it would know thal tbe flnan? l views of Mr. Bryan are his best WI, and that put Into practical ope inii WOUld bring most relief to tb in people of tbe country. He will at least abandon them, and if cling to them be must go down In an er defeat, he will shake the dust n his wings ami again -oar above -lui competitor in popular >r. x-Speaker Tbos, B. Reed, in a re t article contributed tu the Satur -tvs: "Men have ni by experience, which is another M for knowledge, thal it tines uoi in tin- long nm to destroy property, hereafter they will lind out thal it - tmt pay tu destroy life. War la lg out because men have aometbing tu do, Thej d In trade, 'iiterpri-es which war Interferes I." i the oontrary ll ap] sara to na thal ieee latter day- war i- made to ribute largely to business enter* ? in which busy men are en wealth of this country wa- in.tr usly Increased by tbe war between md, aa we have befon esecotmuns, Ibe prosperity of the nt day cnn lie direct!) traci d to war with Spain, and ins been ly increased by reason nf Hie pro d struggle In the Philippines. auk and (ile of humanity have Og to do with ni ikim,' ur uniinik ar. Hut few nun in any country re war ol decide on i" e e, and few, alas that it should be true, engage in ii tu accomplish polit r financial ends. \\,- fear the s yet far in tin- future when mon ?arn thal it does not pay I human life. WASHINGTON LETTER, mr HasalsrCorrespondent. W.v-hiv.i.in, Jan., 22, I lilyan'- visit tu Washil it abuut a general Intercl meratie opinions, which resulted iwinir, beyond question, that tru*ts, and Imperialism will be ramos! Issues In tbii year'i cam While w tiling tu talk freely un injects, ('ul. Bryan will nol ii opinion un where Hu- Iii nm I'l'liveiitiiin should be held, .u uultl bc Hie candidate fur Vice nt. He -aid of Imperialism: d tu Imperialism I am l in the permanent retention of iiippmes. | h, lieve that thia neut -li.mid at once declare Ita ui tn give Independence t" the '-. "ii Hu- -ame tenn- thal iiuie ' ii pi..mi- il tn the I am imt opposed in al i eh prnpu-i ,i anni xation ?'.'ed mi it* nwn merits. I ed tn distinguish between thc ? usiun nf a republic ami Ige nf a republic into an sm i H bi- attitude toward trusts, van said: "I propose Hint a license shall be required ol upuratinn organised in any ton it Hallowed to do busineas lilli*-!' 1 .''I p. Ililli Hit I . lb ml go vellum ni i* ? ?"!' I, to tl.. ! ll "li Of Hie state in w inch ll il, ll should nit Impair the ri/ lil ol any ?u ihe point ol' prohibit lou, a- Hie ; I tin ir | roteolioi slate a concurrent. 11 would liol lie ifi lu flkc ll I ou t-dd protection ia liol com lue si i takt n away, the pe 'plc of the state would be entirely helpless in case the ruoiio|M?lle* wi re Itience I . without a const! chief mal lui 111 md Chairman J iver what should lie the policy of the ... no foundation for Ihe al I'lie two ni politically, and on tlc nm-i li i .1 '.cnn-. While ill ?'? un, < family d va- one of Hu lemuel nd listened I" I ll the t'illltlt of tin- i ..?ml- the public ipii - ion of Hie I Now thal He ad iu in ii ti itiou ba lill ttl fol ll' nd I ? : ?? ? : ' ll 'mk, i :i lin? er Mr. McKinley's lin id I nu ll have to fall in ne and -u| l tin ii ii- v* ill bc bitter pill for many Repub them ill have the -aid to vol ni the a- bill . Hiing 0, vt bile li: :. v* iiu-ii m -.?II--MH in the .: thal illiv l v. ti the Phill' . to the I' innu-iit, - oting the : - Lin io waa am the i d uh niall-.n of the Pl i ail the of thal w . dcb most of the i-t ihe Philippine war ? extremely rn Fttlflttln ?u,'i- credited with ki w York p 'lilies thoroughly. He ?a that with the ex poratiou rs, tbe ty In tl- i i llb Col. ran,and I bat Ihe ?nt financial tra <<f ibe asury Depai tmei I ed tbe i iud tbat ? ' in a : I ly. .md ' si.t'. Deji mun nt refu ,<i. sen .1 republic. And rutibli lit, at which tic ' ilk, vv Inch mun e Mr. McKinley squirm, if i ,?'.- W ishington papi i -, tbe prin 1 laic, i and Ma ?mi, and .. c. V'ui.iiid, Sulzer, Lent/, i ? .' in. YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? :y TrouWe Mnkcs You Miserable. lost everybody who reads the news . is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver I. and bladder remedy. lt ls the great medi ??iumphof thenine ' teenth century covered after years of atific research by iVf\i Dr. Kilmer, the emi? nent kidney and blad? der specialist, and is fully successful in promptly curing tack, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou d Bright's Disease, which is the worst : kidney trouble. dimer's Swamp-Root ls net ree? ded for everything but if you have kid *er or bladder trouble it will be found remedy you need. It has been tested iny ways, in hospital work, in private :, among the helpless too poor to pur ilief and has proved so succer ise that a special arrangement has ide by which all readers of this paper ?e not already tried lt, may have a cottle sent free by mail, also a book lore about Swamp-Root and how to if you have kidney or bladder trouble, ritingmention rea . '.rous this paper and ur address to gfBBOp fifty cent and es are sold by all good druggists. VOI I; PRINTINU vi M'llli; ill.i; \I,D IB ol-KICK. FAI.MVII.ItK. w ll FOI The i Til rend WOMEN IN TROUBLE. Tho Approach of Mot Inn hood io the sion of Much Anxh-ty to All. Every woman dreads the ordeal tlir.iu he must pass in becom* lng s mother. The pain nnd suffering vs hil: risa son int anxiety, fear ami dread, to say ii of the < inger w hich the comb i entails. The Joyous antieipati ms with which she looks for wurt! to babj 'a c..ming gives vvny to an ribablc dr- ordeal when she fully realizes the critical sud try lng event which will soon approach and to l?' end hall with delight a remedy which Insures to them im inun!t offering snd to child-bearing. :u?ly is now offered, and women need not fear lunger the lu.ur nf childbirth. "Mother's Friend"?is n scientific liniment?ntul if used before : ly and surely prepares the linly for tin* great requirements i safety to both mother nnd child, and . the ev.-nt with com par.-tt:-. mfort. This won* derful remedy is praised by every ?ni who has used it. \\ bat woman i-? not Interested In "Mother's Friend?" This wonderful ', han been tested and its priee roven by the experiei of lmppy mothers who have used it during tin* must critical fe?the approach :. ? It lm., woi) their everlsai for it gave them help and hope In their most trving hour and when most needed. Every woman may dav I cr's Friend." Tho little book, "Before Baby is Born." telling nil about it. nnd when it should 1, will prove of great inter : V all expectant mothers, and will be sent free to any address upon ?Hon to the Bradfield Begulatoi Company, Atlanta, Ga. UGH AKA! dinger mewing mac $17.50. Tin price of machines is $25.00. \ .van! i" close oul our hem, and in order to o -" quickly, offer them at v cry low price. iOLD UNDER A GUARANTEE CRUTE <&, BUGG, WTS, inville, Va. I, Ri* i Viii in K'S ..; ihai i* beal id dainties! and mos) fragrant. til only with thc beat, i such variety i . timi h. i ..wi, ig them. ANDERSON DRUG CO. > ! CLOSE PRICES ON Green Coffees, Granulated Sugar, Meat, Lard, Nails, Hardware, pricultural Imple? ments, Fruit Jars, &c., ell Farmville Commercial Co., tidolph ll" NM RSON, V. P. E. LEE WORRI armville Herald ANDTHE Lrice-a-week New York World, Till. ll ei.au>. Karmvillt*. Va. \ mo ni.I. i 11 Icu. B All flinn A.I'll. s< .1 Grizel Iii IVKI Kit fiction iii;; of lodi All! Ol'I', | Slid -nil !'. Dyke, Wiitin. Allen 1 BPEt I FRI spoil ai ll \ I: l.y Sen: N Illustrs ami f.ri I'uvis and in Appleto .Medan. others I0TIIIU any add Cl i.i Dutchess Trousers. For sale l>\ J. B. WALL STHI lill I 'il RT nf Hie 'nillo Iward m. the I i mary, IMO: iiiinl-nii. .. Pl .lntlff, M. McKlnni Mel ii , ,i thal the ? v. H. M. K Inm iii r* .1 licit lu- 'lo it, vihI it i* furtln ? ? d .ti iii.- ? a. \i I.rm ..I tin i ..m.i* ? \ copi Vi. II I li Vi K-|.. ?'? . ' VaIkIns a Wiitki '?il THE SUN R ALTIMORE, MD. i I' \ ri i- ni nu la ..ci.r, I III-. I'lol'l I With rm I MOTIVS sm sn i v Phixi ii't.i. are all li a tors i.nt ? net |ndl ? tn i ii 11 iii ri hi* kin nt I ri lire thu a lin- lunn pend. lia Hi-** ia Un- htgheal type of a mu* irta fruin nil parta of Um ita n; the trouble* iii the Phillp i porns* ? money vvii.-a you I ol ? ditorial m i it *i -nm.itu':. win i. j mi read r, u hone principal recotn mend poor tin i in: \i. ri.MORE w.S' ia BEttTl \ st I Ll Nni-i-ti'i:ii. tlic nt *i>ri'i ju attractive ? pond tn in iii. ? -. <-..in h i.niiiii. rj an Intern si * cniiiiiiii. iiml ii varied and attractive rest. .r. Inducement* I ipol chili* for I'iik vv L-c iii tbe In ida and :n. ni* Invariably in ad \. s. iBBLL COMPS n. . Publlnhera and Proprli tor*. iiiiiiiimii.. *i.i CRIBNER'S F OB L 90 0 [NCLUDES. If. HA UKI KS ??Tommy ami EODORE ROOSEVELT'S "OL : CROMWELL" serial) HARD HARDING DAVIS'S and -]" cial articli - NORMAN'S i ?I.- by WALTER A W Y< K lll.'hui . I ' i nc \\ ,.;l. i;i -MH;il.- ...V Thomas Nel - Des, i li-iiis van il Seton I in mp- ni, Edith un, Octave Thanet, W; Vb I te I m. ARTICLES, Hu- Paris lion. DER1C IRLAND'S articles on d exploration. VARD FIFTY YEARS AGO, itm ll linn-, The Cromwell Hon-, by celebrated Anieilean ?mn artist-. !'? - i.v John La llustrs !ur). il Illustrative schemes (in color black and vt bite hy Walter n Clark, E C. Pelzotto, Henry r, Dwight L Mm. mi..if ami -llaletl Pmspe- lil- - i,i plea Scribner's Bona, I'libli-licis, New \urk. -? Di Ila, nu, AM tTabll.litr \ any I timi. increi trie st iviii w lii-li \\ C. M. WALKER & Have just recei\ i car lots Oats Corn and choice Hay. zillie We carry a lar^e stock ot Bridles Horse Blankets, Buggy Robes, &c, which ' will be sold cheap. - -.? , Corn Shelters, Plows, Plow Ca . Reming? ton Shot Guns, Pistols, C.-.rtridge Belts and Amniunition ot all kinds. msm One hundred and twenty-five patterns of Pocfc. et Knives, each guaranteed. We also have a largo stock oi' International Horse, Cattle and Poultry Food. itthh FLOUR ALL GRADES. C. I. WALKER & SON, Farmville, Va. REMINGTON" TYPEWRITERS are in greater demand than ever before. ] In 1899 The -nit* nf the I.emil rtou t..'1-.te lia- t - .-rt tl per cent, i-ii-.-it.-r tilka flurlin.' the s^ni-. p. rind nf 18 The annual sale <?i the Remii - always Ix-en CTetiet ban that of any typew ! many others combined. It i- known, the worl . a-* he most durable and reliable writing machine Address W. P. VENABLE & CO,, m ville, Va, e Dollar. a dollar arni wt to el .initiation. . I U berni abn ind a better dlc I'Ki-nt isa . : ary containa 25,000 ui are to be found In ?I Wcttoten ? in Webttar'a and ? I'.CIIOSARY. The .'wlutelj -ket. K? ? Kpraatj ' ind ut FULL $*.9*>. Ai a I 5 NO EQUAL, .-.n-l *mt al -rpaaaJ *arie*s,fBK THE WERNER COMPANY, Pub:; -cturera. Akron, Ohio. [Theil ? t!.-;?ivlator. lyall, Robertson & Co. i er slain ? Fa rm vi llb, Va. m mission Merchants nnd DEALERH IN \il un rr, Cullli ry. Agricultural I mph mints, ,i <. . Hurrryu, limul Carts awl Hoad Wagon*. ?ni-- for ?THE CELEBRATED BABCOCK BUGGIES, : on Happy Tm tbe i i knowo. make* ECRETS OF SUCCESS. ADVICE to **-**ai*-t--aa the mo.t st. arly 100 nen. ? ? old. mi] IMF. WERNER COMPANY, s and UsBnr.tct.iren. Akron, Ohio. pure whin ood, in fact 1* tones th i-i- i he flow of the juii es and so ?, rth and flesh. A ?.ev lil*..' HARPER JOS. MANNONI, KARMI ILLS, v v. ON DRAUGHT, The Famous Pabst KilwaDl.ee Beer, - UNO, INVItaORATtM ? .? fiitiilly IquHi I. ra tor - ? f..r L'.-nt-ral Until -'. MARYLAND XX XX, BRADDOCK, : ? ;..ii COOPER'S OLD CORN. HUGH O'GARA & CO., ,\ii, FARMVILLE, V.\. N ed Us hen You Want Clothing. ,. in i" OUR SHOES nf ?Ni) FANCY DRY GOODS, - VKf Richardson <S Oralle, I V K VI V ll IK. VA.