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A Tia-Aere Farm.
My friend and 1 had Ik-cm talking!
about clic growing tendency hr
America lo;i return to country life,
and tlien I learned tor the first
time that Iiis was but a ten-acre
farm, or had been for twenty-twO
years, until three years ago, when
live acres more were added to it.
-Ami do you really mean," 1
' said.-that mi' of these ten acres
you have support oil your family,
.and in riigge?" New England!"
' -Yes; and sent the two elder
boys to college for the Junior and
Senior years, and bad. with my
wife, a trip to Europe.''
The memory of the thousand
acre farms 1 had seen in the \Yest
lose up very vividly beside this toy
affair, ami 1 frankly confessed t"
my friend that hi.s ways ami their
results were beyond my under?
-Well," he said, -there is a great
deal in choosing the work we are
best titled to do. t like farming,
and 1 do not like the noise of the!
World. So I choose farming tor
my work. Then when lieft college
and was casting about for the clear?
est rnad oil which to settle, 1
stumbled upon a good number of
young men returning from the
West, bankrupt in almost every?
thing but their eloquence to plead
against emigration westward. In
the East, they said, we hear of the
one man who is a success, but -1
most never of the hundreds who
an- failures. And so it was per
haps in ."his way that 1 was led to
(oncludetliat a tew acrescultivated
e very foot, and with neighbors and
schools, and churches, and doctors,
and middle men or near markets,
ami in a healthful neighborhood,
was a better outlook than many
acres in the West, all studded over
wirii chills and fever traps and
loneliness. So, starting with a
patrimony of 84,000. 1 paid 8800 for
this [dace?its owners, unable to
make a living, had gone West?and
i spent 81-00 more in repairing
and furnishing. I brought my;
brideto it one summer morning,
and told her we had the farm, the
interest ol?2l'00 and our faith to.
start lile with."
"But the surprising thing is not
that yon have done so much with
so iktlo, but that you have done it
mi worn-out soil."
-That the New England soil is
worn out is the most amusing ar?
gument that is ever presented
against New England farming. The
soil is not worn out. and is only j
hard by comparison with western
virgin soil. Old England is smaller
than the State of New York ami
it has been feeding her millions
for centuries, and exporting as
ndl. Germany sends to great
America cargoes of vegetables,
and. in tact disgrace!ul and al?
most unbelievable, hundreds of
barrels of eggs yearly. Mountain?
ous little Switzerland takes care of
herselfand exports too. While com
paratively small France has worked
over and over again every inch of
her soil, and given to all the world
a share of its delic ire products. 1
wisli I could tellyon theexact num?
ber?I have ir somewhere?of the
hundreds of thousands of chickens
raised in France yearly, and of the
great income therefrom."
"But a!! these people.you forget,
are just living: there is no to-mor
r ?w for them."
"I don't think the tillers of soil;
in France, for instance, need to j
come to America to learn the lesson ;
? of to morrow. Their to-morrow is
assured in the peaeefuInesSj and
c intent, and quiet industry of to?
day; The fact is. I believe I am
coming to the conclusion that vast
territory is not an unmitigated
blessing, Our young men are led
by it In reach afar off for what lies,
unheeded at their very door, and
they are often wrenched to pieces
by the effort. Hundreds of them,
altei dreary failures, ate now wear?
ing their lives out on miserly wages,
while the-farms of their ancestors!
are going to ruin."
-But you confess that fortunes
are not made on farm.*'
-The lesf. and peace, and home?
liness, and hcnlthfuluess of a coun?
try life may well be taken in ex?
change for the bare dream of a ibi
tutie. and more than you think
would take them if they were not
crippled by a fear to move a step
Irom their seemed crust."
"Well, now let us go back, and
tell me. pray, how you brought up
a large family on ten acres?"
-It has been done by industry,1
economy, and turning every shad?
ow of an opportunity to advantage.
Every one of us has been a pro?
ducer. Everything possible has
been made to produce. Even our
two sugar maples have contribute.!
their share. My eldest daughter
has made bees her study, and has
a regular market m Boston and
Springfield for her honey. M.v two
elder sons, w hen home, devoted
themselves especially to the raising
of asparagus and celery, and be
came famous m the growing of
both. It was for these two vegeta?
bles that I have bought the extra
five acres for my two younger sous,
who will be farmers. Our chickens
and our tuikeys in winter have
S'ft..dy sale in near cities: and we
sell hundreds of eggs besides.?
This very parlor carpet is the re
Mill of the snh'of blackberry pre?
serves?berries gathered on these
Franklin hills, where hundreds of
quarts of them yearly go to wuste.
You know, perhaps, that we im?
port from England and Scotland
great quantities of preserves and
marmalade. We have even sent
choice flowers from our conservato
jy to Boston florists during the
-And this reminds me, what do
vou do on this ideal farm in win?
'?A farm in winter has disclosed
lo me, at least, what possibilities
lie in every human being. Our in
door lile has developed in our child?
ren the most curious talents. The
eldest boy, for instance, now study?
ing art, actually mended when he
was home all our shoes?the lesson
learned through occasional visits
to the village shoemaker. The
second son, who has selected to lie
a minister, built, that door in the- j
wall and made the sofa you are
silting on. Necessity, in fun', has
made t-lioii: so quick to do every?
thing, that calls for outside help,
with us, are almost known. As for
my own winters I have generally
had three or lour lads to tench
with my own sons; and my wife lias
given music lessons. It was, in
fact, by these winter methods that
we got our trip to Europe."
My friend was apt to hoeomegar
rulous when his family and his
farm were under discussion; so
here I turned away awhile, to com
That evening there was a great
wood lireon the sitting-room hearth,
for Hie October nights are cool.?
Said my friend, after a silence.with
his eyes fixed on I he dancing flume,
-'?.Faruling, too, is the safest occu?
pation. A farm can't burn up.?
I One can't be robbed of i': ami its
products are always growing and
increasing, even while its owner
; idles or sleeps. And then, too," he
J added, a little tenderly, ".i farm
; gives the children a homestead."
Kvery human being has a mis?
sion to perform. Every man has a
part to act in the world's great
drama?one of most unspeakable
importance. Hut how few are there
who come fully up to its standard
and endeavor by divine assistance
; to fulfill it. Man wascroated for a
: noble purpose, endowed with an
'immortal mind and is capable o!
j performing a good work. Consid?
er how great may be the influence
of a single individunl.citherfor good
or evil. If we have been influential
in reforming one, a being made in
the image of God. but sadly misled
by the cotitaininating influence of
vice, we have performed a good,
There are various ways in which
good may be accomplished, but
when a good resolution is formed
the work is too offen begun with a
lack ofeonlidence and perseverance,
and impatience to accomplish the
undertaking, with despair at tin'
tiist diilicuiiy. This should not be.
but with mote faith, the more ilis*-j
taut the day of reward, the harder
we should labor, and not let our
arms become palsied because we
do not meet with immediate ami
large results id' our labors; but in
time or eternity we shall receive the
Much gooil may be done with:
the pen, and how much good has
been done in this way. by which
the influence of many still live
while they have long since gone to
their final resting place, lint we'
would not have you vaitil} anibi-1
tious to render your name humor
till, thinking to make a speck in
the world by figuring in the pa?
pers. 01 assume the importance of
a fly that imagined itself turning
the wheel upon which it was only
turned round. Hut whatever you
do. let it be done to the glory of
God, and remember that "lie
that coiiverleth the sinner from
the error of his way shall save a
soul from death and hide a multi?
tude of sins."
(?rains of bold.
i Love is sunshine: hate is shadow.
He not simply good?be good for
lie that giveth, let him do it
i with cheerfulness,
i Ignorance is the soil which is
most prolific of prejudice:'.
None are so old as those who
have outlived their enthusiasms.
Keep from the ways that bring!
thee pain, keep I by tongue from
won Is of ill.
Avoid giving offence, and if von
do offend, have the manliness to
Go halfway to meet a man, and
he wili go twice that distance with
you without a word.
It is gold?dial aider: it is genu?
ine all the way through, and wash-j
ed over the surface merely.
A helping word is often like a
switch on a railroad track?but.
one inch between wreck ami pros?
lie who seeks exclusively his,
own interests will never find them,
for they lie on the path he is pur?
Many a child goes astray, not be?
cause there is not a want at home,
but simply because home lacks sun?
A man must be excessively stu?
pid, as well as uncharitable, who
believes there is no virtue but on
his own side.
Delay and procrastination, indo?
lence, and indecision, are effectual
robbers of time and defrauders of
Work and relation are. both
means to the same great end?the
perfection of individual happiness
and national welfare.
Many people use expensive ar?
ticles of food and dress when cheap?
er ones would be. in every, way bet?
ter, and more serviceable.
We seldom find persons whom
we acknowledge to be possessed of
'good sense except those who agree
; with us in opinion.
Feel a want before you provide
against it. You are more assured
ihat it is real want: and it is worth
while to feel it a little in order to
i feel the relief from it.
What a Mugwump is.
Mugwump is an Algonquin word
which has survived in the local
speech of the New England coast,
and which was brought to light
! again in the newspapers about a
'year ago. Dr. .1. Hammond Trnm
! bull, the Chief authority on the dia
! lects of the Indians of North Amer
. ica, has recently explained that in
'the language of the Indians of
j Massaehiissetts" and Connecticut
H'lnngquoinp" (or. as it is now writ
; fen. "mugwump") means, literally,
"great man," and it was the title of
la captain or superior ofliccr. In
! Eliot's Indian translation of the
! Bible it stands for captain, leader
land duke. The first settlers,
j having borrowed the word from
the natives, used it to indicate aJ
inan of importance, and in time it I
acquired an ulterior significance,i
and was taken to mean a man wboj
thought himself of importance.
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m ini;iwt."rni:w:s r>k
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Chesapeake Yacht Club,
CV" Lowest estimates given on private.
Iinuiijs,guaninb'ein!l Sat is!art inn. Scud
fur f?ll Iis; an.I prices;
Alii. MKNClvEN ? it'.'(>.,
I E. G. Polk & Co.,
MercMBt Mm nl Gliiers,
h)comoke l mtv, mj>.
We invite (lie eil izeiis of tin's am! ad?
joining ciiiuities to vi.-it mir stOac. and
save".tune ami nioney by purchasing
theirItealy-Miule Cln'tiiing. I Ii nits and
Sillies^ Hats am! Caps. <bints;' Fiiriiish
ii:g Goods, nur slock is full in all i f the
? tuspcei :mi is courted,
('ompetil inn defied."
E. (t. Polk will visit Driimmondtown
every County Court with a lull and
elmice line of samples of Worsted and
All orders promptlyjilled aia! satisfac?
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It gives us pleasure to announce
that, we have completed arrange
incuts direct with a Barge Carpet
Manufacturer in New York, by
, which we can .-how a very large
' assortment of Carpets selected with
the greatest care from a Stock of
IIUXI>rtE]> THOUSAND DOLLARS,
Thereby saying our customers
I lie wholesale dealers or job?
bers intermediate profits. It in
eludes the most beautiful de
signs of Velvets.'Brussels and
Ingrains, as well as all the less
expensive grades of Carpets.
We show you this immense stock
through a new and very practi?
cal invention, called (.'roll; &
"PATENTED CARPET EXHIBITOR"
So constructed that we can ex?
hibit a very large number of sam?
ples within ? minutes, ami show a
continuous floor covered from each
sample of half ii van!.
As we are relieved from any loss
by rcmngnrs or depreciation m val?
ue of stock by old unsalable pat
terns and do not require any extra
floor room or investment of capital,
we can ail'ord to semi for and sell
AT LOWER PRICES
(ban the same qualities are even
sold for in New York or elsewhere.
Wc can always show you the
newest designs as soon as they ap?
?'Carpets cut to lit the room, also
made up if desired."
Very rcspe'ctfully vonrs,
O. .1.' LUCAS,
Dealer in General Merchandise,
J 15. THOMAS,
JOHN HENDERSON & CO.,
(Formerly It. Mason & Sons)
.Manufacturers of French and American
Candies. Fancy Cakes ami Crackers,
No. 145 and 117 W. Pratt St.,
No. IS JJanoyek St.,
Respectfully informs the citizen?of
the Eastern Shore of Va., that she
is prepared to entertain them in a
homelike manner, and requests a
call from those- visiting the city.?
Her rates are as follows:
Board, per day.81 to 1.25
Ii U (( wcek.- t() 0 (JQ
\Vo solicil a trial for our goods,
and guarantee lull satisfaction.
YOUNG, KIMMKid, & DIC.GSj
'.">:.'7 W. Baltimore, Sired.
?Wholesale <'on i miss ion ?
(>ys!ers, ('lams, Frinr,
Pier IS South OJaware Ave.
E?EnD j j j PRI?G
E STA B LS S H ffl E MT
ami a coi:rs ok
Second to nojicoii the Peninsula, which
enablcsTis tiirii mil FIRST-CLASS
I'l.'INTINC at CITY 1'HICKS. We
mention just now
Iii KI.-II KAPS.
EX YE LOPES;
Cl K( TKAiiS,
^ but beg leave In srate Mini we can print
[ anything that any other similar estab?
lishment executes cither in
PLATS OK FANCY COLORS.
i ('all and sec specimens of our work.
I and learn our prices, before you think of
! sending to the city.
Tile undersigned, in the interest
of the VALLEY MUTUAL LIFE
and VIRGINIA FIRE AND MA?
RINE Insurance. Companies, will
make frequent visits lo Accnninck
and will lie glad to have 1 he patron
age of those ilesii'iiig their risks
carried by good companies. All
communications promptly at tended
Gr. G. SAVAGE, Agent,
i Easlville. or Slialy Side, North?
ampton county, Va.
Accomac County. Virginia, |
Wish to call the attention of the farm
el's of Accomac and Northampton
counties to their diiTcreut grrtdes uf
Pure Fish Guano,
all of which they are prepared to supply
those wishing a iirst elasssfertilizer.
They have established a depository at
Custis' Wharf, PoWelton, where fann?
ers may purchase in quantities suit.
Prices until furtherrrcice, as follows
Two-thirds dry 20 0i J
Green. 13.0 i)
0 Months Credit \ Two-thirds dry 22.00
For further particulars, call on or ad
E. B. F1NNEY, Agent,
Accomac county, Va.
A. S. KELL AM,
Accomac County, Vikg-inia,
has opened a First-Class Hotel for the
accommodation of the public. Hoard
furnished by the day, month or year at
Travelers conreyetl to any part of the
Peninsula with comfort and dispatch.
Powelton as a sea-side resort has many
attractions for lovers of gunning and
fishing, and che proprietor of the Hotel,
in soliciting their patronage, desires to
say he will furnish them with every
means to gratify their tastes in these
bathing unsurpassed in a short dis
tance of the Hotel.
IW- It BYHD &. C
Formerly of Accomac Count)*, Va.,
'Commission Merchants, in jEarly Frails, Vegetables, Oys?
ters, Terrapins, Wild 2'oivl, jEygs, 'Poultry, and
A LL KINDS OK COUNTRY PRODUCE,
?a^psfps. Gorncr'Eowly's Wharf ami Wood Street,
L P, Just is S Co,,
(Formerly of Accomac county, Virginia)
IN EARLY FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OYSTEI S, TERRAPINS
WILD FOWL AND ALL KINDS COUNTRY PRODUCE.
No. W W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE.
[^Shipping Letter; '-I'.''
. i?RE SARLEY HALT 'WHISKEY,
WILL CURE ANY CASE OK
jDpspcpsia, xndujestion, 'Genend Weakness, %l.cmorr1jafjcs,
Ol,' PULMONY COM/'LA iXTS,
irjakcn in their early stages, and relieve." if not ahsnlnlely cure, the mosi obsti?
nate and supposed lii.j>clcss cases. Try il! Try ii!
Should your nearest Drnggisl Or t'rnccr not have il in stnek. send directly to us
ami we will forward it..securely packed, in any fpniiitity, from aqnail buttle to a
hand, and ioaiiv point or address in the United Stales, on receipt of the price,
cither in V. (.). orders or draft.
PLUCK, 1' J I: Q I A ItT BOTTLE; "r, ?,oo f ER GALLON
AdllrctU) all L'olllllllluU'IltituiM Im.
TUE DUFFY AI AKT Wl! KSK KV COMPANY
Ralttniore and Calverl Stive's, lULTDlOUE, All).
UNION BOTTLING CO,
I A. lt. DEALBA, Propiietor g baltimore.
RS^Sole Agets von ttte Celebk a ted BirmvEis Reer.
GE?, R EGBERTS & CO,
7 WOOD STREET,
Consignments soliciterlanil prompt returns forwarded.
MISCELLANEOUS ADV K RTIS K AI Ii NTS.
V. A. MAPP,
OF THE FIRM OF
MAPP ? BJMlXSi
Produce Commission Merchants,
14 & 16 Roanoke Square, Norfolk, Va.
And representative id'the following commission houses: (\ I). Sati
horn & Co., iy.Nortli Markel Street. Boston; Vogel & Br?utigam, IUI
Park Place', New York.
Particular attention given to sale of Irish and Sweet Potatoes.
Stencils and Postals furnished on application.
Virginia Fire and Marine Ins. Co.
Of UK .1 IM ON D, Va.
.INSURES AGAINST FIRE AND LIGHTNING,
Tl.iT.f a century in successful operation. Has paid hundreds of,
thousands for losses in this State, and over three millions altogether.
All kinds of FAR3I property taken at lowest current rates.
\Vm. II. McCARTFtY, Sceietary. W. l. OOWARDIN. Prest. 1
?. BYRD, General Agent for Eastern Shore of Vir-1
ginia. Office: Tempeeanceville, Va.
Sale and. Eictap Stalles,
Accoinnc county, Va.,
LEWIS ct PARKS, Prop's.
A huge number of Horses ami
Mules, 'suitable as roadsters, farm
and draught purposes, kept con
stavtly on hand for
Sale or Exchange,
on reasonable terms. A neu- sup?
ply of horses received weekly at j
their stables, will enable tliein to]
J. 3. JOHNSON &CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
Gilling Thread, Seine Twine, Rope,
Nets, Fishing Tackle,
Oyster Baskets. Corks, Leads, Etc., Etc.
Seines and Nets made to order
Gl SOUTH STREET, (near Pratt), |
BALTIMORE. MD. ??
David B. Taylor & Co.
.Successors to Taylor, Chadwick & Co.
MAXtfFACTUJiEKS AND DEALEIiS IS
No. 2G South Howard Street,
The sloop Surah Ellsworth now
in good working order. She car?
ries 42 tons ahd draws ? Feet of wa?
ter loaded. Terms reasonable.
Freeport, Long Island, N. J.
Frank P. Brent, of Nelson county, Va., Graduate of the University
of Virginia in Ilm schools of Latin, Greek, German and History, Litera?
ture and Rhetoric, PlUNCrPAL.
Wm G. M ars1iat.l, of Fanquicr county, Va., Graduate oi the Quiver*
sity of Virginia in i lie schools ol Latin, French, German and .Mathe?
matics, Assistant. [A .second assistant to be supplied if number ot
Miss Mary Alice Moore, of Georgia, Teacher of Instrumental and
Vocal Music, [An assistant to be supplied, if number of music scholars
Mr. M trxkii!l comes highly recommended by t he Faculty of the Uni?
versity o|' Virginia; Las had two years experience in teaching, and in
tends to mnk.- it his profession.
Mi.-s Moore comes highly recommended as a successful teacher of both
instrumental and vocal music, a very brilliant pianist, an unusually line
vocalist, und as a thoroughly qualified teacher of Art. She is also a Full
Graduate and Post-Graduate of the Alabama Female College.
Besides the advantages of thorough instruction in fmtrutnaiLil.l/imc,
the pupils of (his School, whose voices will admit, now have an opportu?
nity, seldom afforded in the country or in village, of being under the
training und instruction of an accomplished ami thoroughly qualified
teacher of Vocal .Music.
THE OBJECT OF THIS SCHOOL.
This school will continue to have a primary department, but its
principal aim is to provide advanced education*, at home, for the
children ofthc Lastern Shore,preparing them for business or to'enter the
advanced classes in college, thus lessoning the expensesot'theireducation.
A UEl'AR'niENT OF Enolisii has been established, m which will be
taught, with special attention, an ADVANCED COURSE in the language
and its lilerafu re.
A Department ok Art. embracing painting on china, in oil and wa?
fer colors, drawing, &c, will be established, if the number of scholars
desiring to take lessons shall be sufficient.
THE EIGHTH SESSION,
of this school willcommenceon .Monday, the 15th of SEPTEM BF Ii next;,
nml end the last week in June, 1885. The session is divided into two
terms, the first ending and the second beginning February ?, LSS?.
-:?:-: :c:-:-TERMS OF TUITION-:-:.*: :?:-:?:
For Lower English Branchos,in i ding Orthography. Beading.Writing
Arithmetic, Geography and Grammar, per tenii8l0, or per session 820
ForHighcr English Branches, includ gabbve branches and History.
Philosophy, Rhetoric. Composition, Chemistry. &c. per term $15, or per
For Greek. Latin, French, German and higher;Mathematics, each per
term 85, or per session 310.
lint all tuition fees, except 'or Music,are notto exceed825 per term.or
850 per session
For incidental expenses, fuel, &c., 81 per term.
Muse mi Piano 8L0 per quarter, of ten weeks for the first, and 87.50
per quarter for each additional scholar of the same parent. No extra
charge for the use. of the instrument.
Vocal music, separate lessons, with special cultivation of voice, per
quarter of ten weeks. *7..~>0: bur when the pupil is at the same taking In?
strumental Music the charge will be only 85 per quarter for Vocal Lessons.
Scholars may be entered at any time, and if one mouth of the term
has elapsed at the time of entrance they will be charged for the balance
of the term only: but in order that they m iy be classed with benefit to
themselves, and without confusion ro the school, it is earnestly recom?
mended that they be entered promptly at the beginning of the session.
No deduct ion will be made from the fees for (he term, except as above
staled, and in cases of protracted absence on account of sickness or
other good cause.
Pills of mil ion will be sen - to parents and guardians, and will be pay?
able a short rime before the end of each term.
Go.nl board,at reasonable rates, can be obtained in families in the town.
LV- For circulars and further particulars apply to
UPS HUB B. QU IN BY. Secretary,
August27, 1884. Onancock, Virginia
S. B. Snead,
CALTIN CHESNUT k CO.,
-::-AND DEALERS IN: :
South & Pratt Sts.
or Now an l Beautiful DoslgtU In rtrbln an>l
Gaddess Eros, j
No. 21 N. diaries St., j
above Farctte Street, ami,
110 Son)It Charles Street,
Q 15. SOME RS;
L. Greif & Bro.,
MEN'S, YOL'THS1 and ROYS'
Nos. 10 and 12 Hanover St.,
8?TM;ike a specialty of Fine floods
0. D. DOUGHTY,
BELL HAVEN, VA.,
Agent for the Improved
Three-fourths of all the sewing ma?
chines sold throughout the world are
genuine improved Singer's. They ran
light, are simple to work, and are hand
somely finished; Fordunibillty and ele-1
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wishing to purchase can try them. Ad
dress ?. D. DOUGHTY,
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: ?/J* BY JOSEPH FRIED3ERGER
i-[oi'sc arui Oarriaso Bassar,
[Cor. Baltimore and Paca Sts.
UCTION;riages, Top audj AUCTION
? i No-Top Bug-! ?
sales, jgies. ir.irncss.i salus,
Tuesday, \&c. Note.-Thej ?
Thursday, jlargesteonslgn-j Tuesday,
Friday, jihent of liorsesi Thursday
i Saturday, and mules on: Friday.
? " hand at private; Saturday
10 o'clock, isnle tot>e foil ml j ?
j Joseph Feiedberger, Anct'r.
; 63? Parti es having stock for'sale or in
want of stock would do well-to call at
the Oeu. Wayne Stables, cor. Haiti more,
'and Paca streets. All stock warranted
jas represented or inonev refunded.
Cliiiicoteague Island, Va.
Offers his services to. the public and
I 1 (iood-titting sails?and. if a misfit
should he made, to alter it free of charge.
'1 Will lill all orders promptly and
without eost of transportation to any
part of the Eastern Shore.
:i Will do his work as cheaply as it
can he done in the city]
Any reference desired will be given as
to workmanship. &c.
Diagram for measuring sails forward
en on application.
Material for sails furnished by him.
Accomac County. Virginia.
L. F. Marshall, Proprietor.
BOARD, 81.50 PER DAY.
Livery Stable Attached.
Passengers conveyed to any part of
the Peninsula and'met at Pocomoke
City and Pitts' wharf upon notice that
a conveyance is desired.
From tbeso sources arise tlircc-roartlis of
tho disc&ses of the human race, fucsoi
Bymptoiaaindicatotliclrcriitcncc: jCos* of
Appetite, lioivels conti 'c, ii'.clt Head
Mac, ftjc ia after cat!::!*, inversion t?
crertio? of Body ov znir.'d, EracSatlon
of f.Tod, Irritability cf temper, 3Lov7
spirits, A feeling of baring neglected
s:imo duty, Dizziness,l-'ltitterlnsr at 25io
ricart, 5>ot's before ilic eyes,high!}'col?
ored L'rluo, CUXSTIPi.TIO.\, aad cs
taancl tlio use ofa rcmodythnt a<t3 directly
ontbo Liver. AsaLiverroodlclnoTCTT'S
PTT.L9 have no equal. Their action on tba
Kldiicysiind Skin Is also prompt; rc:no<-i:::r
iill impurities throigli these thrco'* war*
cngcrs of the cystem." producing apps.
tUp, sound digestion, regular stool*; a el 'at
siiinaii'tavisorousbodv. Tt'TT'.s PILLS
can3C no nausea or griping nor interfere
with daily worlc and arc a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA,
Boklovwytrii ro.S.'Je. Office. ?OMnrr.i)-fet.,X.Y.
Gkay ii.?.::: or. Wiiiskf.es changed in.
stanUy toaULo*sy Black livasir.pl.-. sp.
plication of Hits Uve. Sold l>y Druggists,
cr sent by express on r??c< Iptof g??
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