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. * \ IP] IPAPM .v pnmai lit,tr and Propriety Kau ? ' ? s ll.'" .. ?? lia BBoa.aa ?' ti ?? three months . m ? . ssaaalsaMaai rarmvllla. va. FRIDAY, MARCH fl ??mi kim. niMMi.r IS m?:mi? |!\ lill I IMI>." . anti S'l'-n ,i neither | ? ? Slag imr ..,(, nor Emperoi not C/ar sets .ts though there ?t< BB*, atom of truth ni lt. lake our own country t pie, aud tell ns what tan nation has il.iiie or promise- to do f.?r Hie dine! Utteriuenl nf Hie mini wlm works Hie ?ir tlie eily, but dare ool a . emeu I of n j-(,f "ie Lend ninney lo Wall Bl let the "mau U-liiini tin and fl - l'?v a C*?J m&U carrier seventy-live dollars a mouth fer vidual contribution to the irnv ernrneu', am! iS-o a uionth to the coun? try mail carrier, who to comply with :tact to the uation, is compelled itribatS his owa strength and tbal of at leastjtw,. bOfSSS for an aver? age of Milson hours a day. ess axaltelb a nation but - a curie to any people. The Senate is still playing a lone baud, while the members of Hie lower house are draw ing pay and dui: ing. _ Hie Virginia legislature may remain ii for many many mon-: "may t*.-forever." The candidate fur the Honselfl Meek Kui.un: to succeed Hr. McLean, has bo opposltl ii hie will tie able to reel bil title clear. ?itichmond News leader. BBBastOBfl iii the >. Mr. t'levelaud says tie is too busy t , i* prsflldeat af bb art club. Mr. BoossveJt and J. Pknpolal Mor gaii have had B sevret cmifereii planetary -ysteui may be in danger. ?Hill OUTLOOK"IS III I ll lt. \\'e have never looked upon the brilliant editor of the above periodical sad of the South, bat the'"Out? look" is hotter. Head tlii? and yon will agree with u-. "The negroes will remain here BS B separate race. lilac k- am! whites, Afri? cans am! Anglo Saxons, will not inter? marry. The two races ail] never inter mitiglt as the ABglo-rJBXOO and Hie races intermingle.! ii. Britan. Never means a loug time if any doctriuuire is inclined titic or nther grounds to quastiuti this assertion, lat BS say that Hiere i peospoet of aay each absorption of the negro race by the white race in MU time, or in any time imw tn lie taken BOOOUUt Of. j . "The race problem will imt U'solved, sn far as tins gBoeratktn caa see, by say Hitermiiiglnig of the ra.-es. I f it' v. so solved, it would lie by the deterinra lion of one race, if uot of both. Irish, liBIBIBBS. Poles, Hungarians in time l.se their distinctive |ieculiantics and bs merged in OBS American race?the negroes never. "The -southern protest Bgalnal equality is fuuiiameiitally a protest against race niU-r-iuarriage and so race deterioration. It may sometimes foster prejudi.-e. lt is a Jest, natural, divine justine! for the atiou of the lace. The light is breaking, aud day-dawn will yet illumine the dark It looks as though tbs legislature . . BtS sf ''"linn i ti e.-- ate likely ?0 voluminous that it will be righi hurd to know how ho U'gin work on tb-: Kx-tJov. O'Kerral! say- Mr. t'leve lai.d is the projter candidate for the I9M rate. Mr. Cleveland say nnd uine-tetiHis of tbe Democrats of the land a<?ree with Mr Cleveland. Ths Orange Observer is lil and 1 I, and so happy that it sings nut of a full heart this glad note: "In all thi- sunny .Southland then' ll no more healthy and liappv journalis hc youngster, and it i- growing strong or every day. The flowers nf friends are piled high io its pathway, and the words of praises wann, sup|n>rt Ita evt - ry step." Here is the Herald's flower aud words of sincere congratulation. When we meet la the mountains we will "shake " Mirra, BOTHER Ol rm: QUILL ? .f us wlm wilie that others miy read, so often eoinplaiu at the smallness of the peeaassry reward we . but there is nothing remarka? ble in that. In the 1Mb century we read that ti autlmr whoas reputation was -lied and wi. orr pop? ular, such an author as Tl sassoas were iii every library, sin h BB author as 1-ieliling, whose I'n-.pun had had a greater rim than any drain i MaCS The BBSSBtlS OpSSB, notuiies glad tn obtain hy pawn? ing bk)beal Boat, the means of dilling ? rn tripe at a ooskshofj BBiangltaiml. where he could wiite his hands, after ii, OB Hie back o' fniiudlaud dog." Sall ii ,i nhl town "ii?m iiilialiitauts, and yet in fl years -! t-V-o by lire Salem bas SB wlm I.Hik well to tire Hie old, old story, "an ounce ?I." i muming ! Have v..ii hail ihe -ter Herald tint it BOW. HOW ls it With "ynileli-.' Our brothel, Ol the Petersburg Index Appeal, says "poor fnlks gol no Lu-i Hag with pi - tiie-Msir folks have pjoeo in | .rue nut ? inan's boy want ? e and pa says "no." ?viii bs tnu-ic In tbs air.' Naggshv The I vam-rat ic party is still seeking a Mose*. While in reality all it dairin.?Ball mon ls ibat. BB t i BM 111 pr. liol -111 l-l ll Un sta Wll 'lill J III I bod A and Bull aro lu t Wli A Ca! DM MUM VMUIII I MIM'thl. lb. Ministerial I aloa, ol Ktchiimi'1 ,11 BUtklBg mistake* of 'ate, tl . --I lb, in being when Hu appoluted a c.'iiitnittie to visit tl ,?vvs, , of Kichnioiiil, au "thal church notices should t published fin-." lo tins the Rid the fn rowing goisl reply: ?I be adrertislns columns ot a noan papei inc it- fltoeh in trade, ?- sarel I- upon the shelves ol th merchant, lt - 'inc member of th ,.rlal I'liiiui bad "lt- i".i ;t I' H lui ititi io appoint a committee to vial any ol Hie Ki. hm.'lid stores ami ri qui-I ih.-il gtssla be liiiiiisbitl lo tb chin, h.- inc of charge, tito reaolutlu ? liol have I tech -cl rn:.-ly consul cl. il ^ cl Hu ic is nu tllltcreuce I principle between making such a ii quest of a mervbaut and making s B uuest of a newspaper to prim advei - winnmt charge.' B 'ililn'l .:?. i ? cloth or to :i groot i.vniiiii fol a p 'inn -t. and why ask i newspapei foi -pine la Its column from m - lu very life? Tninl again, brother, and you wont. Thc church of Christ isn't a penakni er ami wssn'l commissioned lo ? about asking alni-. Tl , ;- in tbi- wise: "Oo y into all tBS world and preach the go pel, and lo, 1 am with you always.' RB true to that and the world wil pay Willing tribute, and crow ii Hu grmt bead of the church ''Lord of all.' I busy building am bidding nu ships. ?il cuard fm Miss Alice ROOM - from the Wbiti IBS i- afraid o ledge Mann sa.is his bill BBS country people to say whether or nd 'they want a bar-risiin in iheir inld-l. Thal Would deprive them of the pleas. ure of gol uk through tbe eel of drink Bli inn..ml I'mii-I'i-patch. Tbs !'. ijrd ''it? - lessing CbrlsUan who won't pay iii- obligatioi s to bis church or tn indi viduals ought tn do one of two things He niight either to quit prof.?mg or gn p. paying, and do it quiet. Such a "professing Christian" does ths eaass ol religion more barm than a doaSfl every day sinner-i who do not pretend to begood. ?Richmond Times-Dispatcb. ll ia about the tine church building that has basfl enjoyed as a luxury by a (XingTegatlon abundantly able to pay, vvnn't pay? How BBOBt the Mi--i.li Boards In debt'.' The man Who i- kept out of Hie church beeau-c of the li ency of one inside, ought toletasegoodBsonej 'hen- i some c.iunierfeit money in circulation When Mr. Mryan bseOBSei a iniimr ity-Hein. . lat it will Hien lie time enoogfa to criticise bli cbeeh in aspir? ing to leadership. That bs ha- the sympathy of an overwbelBilag Biajor. itv nf his party goes Without saying. A- lom; mj bs has a voles in the meeting. Nobody aecBflSB him nf aspiring to leadership again and we trti?t that nothing will occur lietween now and the nomination to cause him to chance bbl mind, Ile OUghl tn lie eiti-ii.-d thal be can't will, ami no J.iubt comforts himself with the kimvv ledge of tbe fad thal BO 'I her Baebeuan. To dub tbs Cleveland lisshsm lamnnl comblnatkin Dernoc ?acy i? folly. n ci nu noss mi.i,. Thi- bill, with Senatnr itarksdale ns latmn, is mw the law of Virginia. udale who BBSS lunney to win urfeits thc otlice and renders hmi-elf iable lo tine and imprisonment. Now - jool (hanic, "moneyless man." Ir it limy be that the fellow who hasn't -. eunuch to make ninney in ? nt of his own allairs, the ?opie will rn t bs willing ii tru-t him vith public business, .king, however, we have MVer bsea Of tboss Who feared unfair lection metbodfl miVirginia now that i BBB I oii-titutitiri, by virtue f which an Impending and overston! wing danger ha? been removed. We elieve the white people of Virginia re honest, and that they are not made i by human law. Still we have no lijectinn tn the law, and now that lt I, let no guilty mau es i\*>. "It i-better not to vow than to ow and not lo pay." ?(.OSPII. Ol' KII.VWTIOV That's what a recent writer desig Btes as the pre-ent-tbiy want of A int t - ins. Another writer wisely lays . the gospel ",li-tnbution." merican life is altogether too "stren iii-" fioiu president down ls peasant, id while we hive become expert at ?cumulation WS are in the a. b. c's of stribiition, s mic ii,e i aie ns) rich great many men are toe |?>or. fa me diistries yield abnormal returns w bile a larce number of industries tan lisbmeiit might be written on this ie, hut mir tine purpnse ju-l now is tn aphasias the Ajnorleaa necessity for ' and "distribution." The mighty Mi?iss:ppi has bid de nee tn levee ban ii rs and imw rushi? er the adjacent eoaatiy as a maring ii Maa i- Impotent la prt.'ence of id watei amt sweeping Ssases, lill MM I ll KltV iOMI.RKMF. S'nrtbeiii indentists and thcnri-l VS been asking Boothera while men meet with them and smne repre itatives ..f tin.lured race at a petal ith. In discuss the iblem. These S.u I hern whites are I eiithu-eil nver tbe pmspstllS Of Ti a meeting imr hopeful of its out nc. Northan men and representa ecolored men will have lo abandon ?ons before they can hoi* tn nd on a c.lunion platform with the ~ iib OB the | -stinii >f the hour. . doesn't! leglstM he lintels where he st..p?, but every y ku-.vis he i- town. I inver Kri|* ?. (ll.l repute ia. no siii.-t it ol.-. small pill, easy tn buy, easy to take to Bet, bul neve- failing in re 1. I tis Karly 1. imus and act hs | tonie be liver, earing permanently .-?The . ? u Ad. in the Herald always pay-. I and let us give you tbe history of of le.ent dste. Eyes Examined Free ?BY? Dr. H. BOYD, Opthalmologic Specialist Or vfttghaT Institute, W.isliiii-fuii, I). C. Has Temporary Offices at Hotel Windsor Until March 22nd. ? or i-i-iiim.M'ii.1. PHYSICAL LAW ? THE I rn M>A I ms. Hue vtlio .,.i,|,l.|in,l~ Ile . iie.k, tir.-.l tci-is nm lin- relnllt.il In liiiitiini ill-. Hi r.-iiuii. a Natara! Doctor, bo itlpaUon1 nut. ii .liiniee to i.-I..,, hoi. . , SI UH.I..Ul- Ol (lons, |hus cut Im; Hie Lid s.v inplt.iiis nii.l '"I1 11 tell illili I e.Kl.l r, -it ll-. IT voil lire u \ v of tl,, ? Tl.lo .?? ill vt ill. Pr. Ilovil iin.l li , linnie uml kept for tatars DO HOI DKLA1 ..f Uskl Dr. H. BOYD, Teacher and Director Optics, Wagner Institute. Temporary Offices: Hotel Windsor Farmville, Ya. SEED _ 11 YE CLOY Kl! TIMOTHY GRASSSEED k WINTER SEED OATS '? w' ' 'i\ CarrelFs Prolific \ Seed Wheat. iV Low Prices mi above jO quality considered. Farmville Commercial Co p\ na oaros i ^v PABMVILLE, VA. AN INTELLIGENT HORSE rn WU.I. MU l-A? lill- I1AII.M-- -liiiK until purl of it lin- I ' back, li ' ?ml e.imt its vi.-ii ? ill work lt tier iiml -np .mt more splrlti 'i.t vi i- ii h brand STYLISH HARNESS. lill V VII il iiml the elothi - strong hsrneat ?iii coal so Ililli tbal vu eim't nii'lersiiiiiil ii liv i.l.l om along for ycart on youl back. We hilve been talking Baggies and Carriages ? le.I ll ld. MN-. 'losing mil our ( ikiim room I.. Spring Stock. If iou vi mit lo ('(line in mid let ii- -how .1 on i,'ii -i...-k. J. F, Walton & Co., PARBIVILLE, v.\ for -ollie tillie. ? our KKi BA KO MN-. cloting oni oat CH Y \ 1", ii.:.kiln.' loom fol .. ' The Best IS THE Cheapest. If tUs "ld OBJ lag i- true, then tin MITCHELL WAGONS AIM. Till. CHEAPEST. If you want a BrsfOfl glvi PftOrtBaltV nf showing you that .MitchelI'- Hie the DSSi 3AULETT & BUGG, (Successors to Paulett, Son 4 Co.) Special Oller For 31 HIS, Wi- iril] give a discount of 10 Per Cent on all orders for SUITS till April 15th. leming & Clark. M. NOTICE! - iimt i ll ill HOI i . <l bj nu for vv 1.1,-ii I Vllllllll I J. A HEARS. ' inih l 1 Nil i l [Ol ni m \n ro CALL "N lil -I Bot TH nih. . AT COST!-* Foi ii- I bare deci? ded to d:-.1 >ntllille the . . . MERCANTILE BUSINESS . . ul Ilmni i|.ii->iiliiey Then fore I ..II r my entire stork ..fe AT EXACTLY COST PRICh until cut I of, Or to :niy oin- ilc-iriiiK a Iii--1 ? PA1 ING Bl sim ? i will sell -tock nnil lixtun- n- B whole. Business Profitable m.-I :i i ut opportu? nity, ("all ob or address E. W. Venable, ll AMI'liKN-Sll'NKV, VA. Guano For Tobacco! Get Only The BEST. It Will PAY YOU. "Armour's Tobacco Special" -HAS KO EQUAL Amii-. .?lion When \--..lutt'ly PURU HONK, which rosalie BBsarpaased by aajr fertlltasr offered tbs trade. A-*k tboss Brae save ii-> 'i "Arinours's Tobacco Special." ft B. BABROW a CO. bavs tbs sidasiva Mts of Ibis Pertllissi al Kuialie, Ciiiiihcii.-in i <' ft, sunny Bide and Pw FOR 8 Ml Bl H. E. BARROW & CO., Farmville, Ya. J. R. WEAVER, Rice Depot, Va, Three Hundred Pounds -OF OUR GOLDEN BLEND COFFEE Sold in one week all agree that it is what we claim for it. 2 lb. Package for 25 Cents. CHAS. BUGG & SON. j Things Have Changed, Anil tviilleriiiir hiiiii.iiiily reiip-the licneliN. li ls BO beget i j_ say to drlak a barrel ol water toffoteaouBeeofB.il Kcliol-' l'leiliiKmt I'oiiceiilMleil Iron .-uni Alum '.. locsd I one hiiii'lieil iiiul *ixly i:nn-i hy the IvTiols'|,riici?- which ret.-iin* all of jj, ? ItsorlflBal BssdldBBl propertiss sad cnn- Bbeomatisra, Indigestion, I j. Kidney ami Bladder lr.ul- Complaints, Catarrh, Bcrof I Stoiiiach tmulilc uml nil HIimhI dsSOBSSS in all their ilillen-nl lorin-. .;. X. PbjrsaclaBe weald Bot prescribe lt bbIssb ll bad stars merit than baad ? j. . itii|ioiiii(lei| linn,'-. j. Three cent-ii il iv ls all tbal lt OOstS to BBS il 8 ? h.lilt- 60 ct Ut-, .J. j. laos bott* 1 Por sale a tee bj all tbs principal druggists bbb Bier- .:. j. ebaata J. M ECHOLS CO., U. IVI LUhULb UU, | LYNCHBURG, VA. J :? I Spring Overcoats. Spring Suits. < ZZZZXZ-2ZXZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ > OUR stock ia at last complete with the choicest pro dm lions ol this country's finest wholesale tailoring Shops. Wc used the utmost care and discretion in making our sekctions'and we aaenreyon that the results are worthy of your greatest cpnsiderntion. LOOK FOR, Among the best nittkis y^sJj^THIS LABEL :niii tboss tbal sn amend neel blgb tbs prodoctfl of Mi ?r- Mi.h.'iel the famous tnaiiufa. of ililli freds clothing, which bean this, label: COPY RIGHT .1903 niCrlAEL5.5TERN&Ca ROCHESTER, N.Y. ONTHE MICHAELS-STERN FINE CLOTHING. Men's Handsome Suits, Millie from superior QBSBtflBerSS, \\ OtBSSds ami < Tu viot-liiiish.-.l fJlotba, theiliirk hine, hlack ami Mimd- with mat Mri)*- ami check ell.cl; galil for which JN u WOO 14 SZ| " I to pay J-I'i, to fl'i are here at. Men's High-Class Custom Tailored Beads iivieat--,it-, iinilc from the liiie-t muir. ( heviuts, Bflgltsh Twseds, aifl nspned fassliiisros and plain braek Tblbets ead Vleaaas. The trtaunlag, tailoring ead general ippearaaes ol tbesc Bulbi are equal to tbs bsst dasi of ssadi to measure clothe-; raits lbs which you STOOldl ire here a!.-. Everything That's Worth Having Foe Men sad Boys, laeindlBg Hats ami Fovnadilng Ooods, yea will lind here at priees that an- Baoderats for merciian li-e Hint will nive you perfect .tatisfiiction ami the 4,'reate-t amount of value fbt your money. Another tUIBg, B -lieil -imply to -ell you our goods and lake your money; we want you to lu- SBttsAsd, ami if you are BOC, we BOB ?der ll a favor lo l,e permitted to exchange Ihe BBSatiefadory arti, le f .r -..incthitiK that vi ill bs Btfbfaetor*/ Of return .?our money. $12. $15. J. B. WALL Fencing PER LINE F<)(>T. [f you don't believe thc above BALLON US iiihI wc will PROVE IT. Farmville Mfg Co., G. M. ROBESON, Prop., Farmville, Va. II HUI MINO AI'KKAKONAHLE PUG** AT HERALD OFFICE H E BARROW J R CUNNINCH**. H. E. BARROW & Co., Commission Merchants, FARMVILLE, VA. Fanning Implements, Hardware, and Heavy Goods of bary Dcscriptiss It will pa) you to call and examine our stock befsi buying, as we carry the largest in our lin.- in South-;,!,. \'ir. grain. Wi-have ic?-i-i\.-(l in th.-last few ,i;,.,s tl,,, followiiae* goods: 1 Car Wire 1 Car Nails 3 Cars Flour 1 Car Meal 4 Cars Hay 1 Car Oats and Corn 3 Cars Shipstuff and Bran, We are agenti for these celebrated brand" of niano: Armour's Guano and Bone Meal Patapsco Guano Company Old Dominion Guano Company Lynchburg Guano Company. We iel] the "OWEN8BORO" and "TAYLOR" **#**, which gre equal to any in quality and price. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOP COUNTRY PRODUCE. Mr. .1. EL Cunningham, of the finn of C.inninghara A.- Co. tobacco buyers, baa acquired an Interest in our finn. MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE. If you have property for rent, let me secure a deniable ten. ant for you. If your rent is not collected promptly, let me collect it for yon. Thus you may save your time and more than lin small commission of5 per cent. DONT DELAY. Farmville, Va. A. V. RUSSELL. Real Estate and Rental Anencv, iii ?? '.'?? ,: ?-'.: .'?: i*\ ir i .? :>: ?', "? :,': ' WE REPRESENT Companiefl that Issue FIDELITY, CONTRACT, OFFICIAL AND JUDICIAL BONDS, ? '? ? AND?-=?-* FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICIES. . . W. P. Venable & Co. . -.0 :..:-.:..:-.:..:-.:._:-. ?;--;--: ProC n.e.w I.r. K. -i. LYNDON, Al IBT'H ld A CARD. LABORATORY Ol lilt SI ATE CHLMIST. is kpnl li ?!.. I ii -.tmpie ? ? : .'I U ll,IK. LABORATORY OF STATE ASSAYER AND CHEMIST, I I,,,. . ei ms --ll. A. -ii .BT - BTB + VHIIs ' This is to suv that HUGH O'HARA !. is th,- s< ILE AGBNT for the CELEBRATED: - T i. K. A. STLARTS Rockbridge Co.. Pure Rye shiske.v for FarmWIIe. Va. j DAVIS 4. ATKINS Richmond. Vt. ESTABLISHED 1867. fl Planters Bank of Farmville FARMVILLE, VA. CAPITAL, $43,425.00. SURPJ3 and UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $61,000.00 I . |... pared i.. oner you i nt with prudent Banking. Your Account Solicited. Interest a I lou ed on lime Deposits, fa T. J. i' ;?!!' W. <; VKNAiii.i. I \S . I'. Vis vin i \-- -? tut I I-. M. Wai ki it W, Pi DIRLCT.ORS: j. m. Cai ii ?A i: m. iii bioh jm H. K IUm. FARMERS' ATTENTION! AT RICE '?' ,|l!'. ? complete line of Dry Goods, Notions, Confectioneries, and everything for the Household Hardware of every description and Ii >d> ol all sorta Agents for th'- celebrated Chattanooga Plow. Just received in ('AU LOAD LOTS, Thornhill Wagons, Barbed Win-, Mi: -1 Salt. AT OUR FARMVILLE BRANCH we carry .?> tull line of Groceries. In Car Load Lots we have Flour, Hay. I pstuff. FERTILIZERS. ^' ,l;,v'' ?durances from the Austrian and Italian tobacco buyers tin; il' farmer will isise first class tol.ac.-o. the HIGHEST PRICES will be paid them. We have theexclusivi for the Bale of thc Virginia Stale Fi-rtili/- I tods, which embrace the following well known brands: "Dunnii Special," and tbe cdebrated ''Austrian Tobacco Grower," and all other guanos manufactured l.\ thi- concern. Havealsotl Blackstone Guano Co. - ."ods, which embrace tin- excellent brand "Bellefonte." Il will lu- to your interest to call mi us before makin-: your jmrelia ? Sai.k-mkn: AtRice B. D. Hubbard, H. C. Walthall and Joel W. Hubbard. AtFarmville ?. W. Hubbard, Jut Voling and W. H. Hubbard. Our Mr. W. H. Hubbard gives lu'- personal placed "M*1IS Wmt mumal*} af Fura Bmw Bama Waal, Very respectfully, VV. H. HUBBARD.