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The Father &i lioase.
S im? Cat hers (ail to gain their
Children's confidence by an appar?
ent lack of sympathy. On the oth?
er hand, lew young people ever
take the trouble to put themselves
in their father's place?to imagine
liow lie must feel tiiis or thai be?
havior, how a disrespectful word or
look insults him, or how a voluil
tarv confidence is prized him.?
There are many things, no
doubt, which boys and girls do not
care to speak of before their fath?
er: but they do not know how hurt
"p.iter. faniilias" feels when a con?
versation is stopped upon his en?
tering thi' room, when lie is made
to feel that he is not one ot the
circle?that he is a power to be re?
spected ami propitiated, but no
in 'i*o. Very often a man has liiui
sslf to blame for th is state ofthings,
bit: no; always. Often it is mere
love of secrecy which make girls
especially exclude their father as
much as possible Ironi a knowledge
of their doings, their fears and
hopes. With some this reticence
must be necessary. Confidences
would only be not with suspicion,
or blame or ridicule. Hut most men
have a tender spot in their hearts,
??von tor the weakness and foolish?
ness of ??; heir own fiesh." and feel
pained when I hey are silently con?
densed as unworthy of confidence.
Paler familias may be too proud to
show that he feels hurt. He may
wrap himself up iu dignity and af?
fect a con tempi for the trilling con?
cerns of the girls; he may even re
pel the fust advances, but his heart
may be exclaiming bitterly against
the coldness and hardness which
excludes him from the knowledge
?ii bis daughter's mind and heart
which is given to half a dozen
school girl friends. A girl owe.
much to her lather, even if be !?
mu been all to her that a paivu
ought to be. He has bad to work
haul, very probably, that herbn ;ut
and butter might be secure. He
has borne cares, anxieties, strug?
gles, temptations, at which she can
butguess?of which she can form
n<> teal conception. It be is hard
and unsympathetic some allowance
for the nervous irritation of an
overworked or anxious man maybe
made. And a girl never, we be?
lieve, litis any conception how prec?
ious she is in her father's eyes.?
Rough words and cold or angry
locks may seem to disprove it, but
is true nevertheless. More even in
a sense, than his wife, she appeals
in bis protective care. He may
scold or slight her: but let any real
harm threaten her and she will see
thai to touch her is to touch the ap?
ple of his eye. The day comes, no
doubt, when her allegiance and
sympathy are transferred to anoth?
er, in rieht of a still highei claim.
There is little wonder if poor pater
familias looks askance on him at
first and is slow to admit that he is
the one at whose coin'.tig his reign
must end. It is the way of nature,
and it must be so. Hut it is hard.
A father often loses more on his
daughter's marriage than her moth?
er does. ,lMyslaughter's my daugh?
ter all her life." Hut a father's
right changes entirely when the
ring is pul on the finger. Till the!
jairv prince comes, then, let pnter
iamilias be considered and deier-j
xed to. am! if necessary, humored.
Let Him not be made to feel that
bare duty is to be paid to him. Let j
him nut feel himself a stranger in j
bis own house. For many a little
sacrifice, many a gentle or patient
void, unnoticed, unacknowledged >
nt the time, ami soon forgotten by
j er who rendeis it. lives in the
memorv of him who receives it.?
Hew 31<nls arc Served in ?w Orkans, j
Few set tables. You are served i
i\i iiie morning before you get out;
of bed with a cup of coffee as good
as can be found anywhere in the
v.'irld, and some bread or little Cre?
ole pie-crust cakes. There is no
trouble about your meals. There
is a restaurant on every corner or
so, or you can have your meals I
served hot. and at the most reason- i
able rates. As a general thing,,
however; they do not "go in heavy
for breakfast here. Your coffee is
supposed to satify you until mid-1
day. when you take a slight lunch
:it some saloon. About C in tlie;
evening you sit down to the big,
meal ol the day. Supper there is
none, unless you drop in at the the- j
at re, alter which you eat something
light. Thus, at lea.-??, von will find
the natives doing, and those whoj
have been visiting New Orleans j
each winter for years will tell yon j
that it is the most comfortable way J
to live here and best suited to cli-j
"I suppose few drinkers of whis?
key," said a wholesale dealer in the |
fluid; "realize how little of original;
value they get for their money.?
The cost to the distiller of making:
the best possible whisky is only;
about -HI cents a gallon. Now, a
i;ill is a fair quantity for a drink,
the charge for which at the most
stylish bars is twenty cents. That
is to say. a thing costing the pro?
ducer a sixth of a cent in Kentucky
is retailed at nearly forty times as j
lunch. Of course the government:
Tax takes some of the enormous;
profit, and the wastes of storage
The gains of the handlersremaii j
astounding. I know of-nomoH
solid temperance argument than
the ridiculous high prices charged
lor liquors by the glass."?New
.Taney asked us: "Why does my
lover always kiss me on one side of
bis month?" We don't know much
about that kind of business, Juney,
Maybe he uses the other side of
hi*' mouth for the other girl.?
There is nothing like keeping a
good edge on and having things
A rather cynical lady, .somewhat
of a tlirt, says most men, like colds,
are very easily caught, but (lilticidtj
to get rid of. Her mistake is ap?
parent. Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup
will cure any cold however stub I
burn it may bo. Price 25 cents. ?
Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbago. Backachfc Headache. Tcolhache.
Sort- Th i:<>:> :..*??...?<; I ?? t". S J>r? In?. ?i-u ???.???
IHii ii?. Nt nlili. frio.l (Mlvm
AMI OX OTIIKU BIIMlif PAINS l.Ml tllll-s.
Sold Ut |flrtt<|*f "" ^ I'et.'T^ f\" rvw h.'l f. Flftv I'cutsn l-ullle.
.V"; SffiS- ^SS^?c.?.*
TO Till-: FARM HKS OF AOCO
MAC AND NORTHUM I'TO NT.
1 AGAIN OFF F i! FOR SALE
The Derr? Walkit.a: Cul.ivstor, The
Dent* liMiiiu: Cid;iv-i;.?\ CieekTOW
I Munt er. ?ml latest ? tit. roved Potato
>j.\iy aeres of la:i?l e:::i he worked
vcarlv with '-irli enltivjitii-. aim earn ran
be culist ;*.<?' i with it until it li feet high.
TWVi.iy aces of com can be planted
with !'?< i ; .11 i r per day without laying
out a h.iiv.w either way.
The I'ct.-i.o Diitucr ia warranted tu do
tlie work w. li
The cultivator is now used by 200
fartneis on me Eastern Shore, any of
whom areoii^ii-d as ref>rei ire.
Either of thelulior savinv iiiiplenienl
will lie debvert'd at any slafdou on IV.
insttla. Tei if.s one-third eiisl:.
1 will.be at Di uuiuion?uotii the lb*!
day of every comity court. Fur f?rt Iii r
W. T. OAKUETT.
Representing [he Goods of the
OF SOU FOLK. YA.
OFFICE--58 Main Street;
FACTUM' Si WIIARVKS-Rerkley, Ya.
Sealers in Meals, aM
Importers of Pmiaii Guano.
Walter F. Irvine lof Va.1 President
.1. W. Pern (of N.'C.) Viec-President
Bassei t A Marsdeii (of Ya.) Treasurer
Frank K. Wilcox [of N. (.'.) Secretary
li. B. Satiudcrs (of N. (J.), Manage! &
Superintendent at Factory.
R. Ii.Gaines (of Ya.) (.'heinist
Special Brands fur Crops
Bone and Peruvian,
This is Fine for Sweet Potatoes, Grain
and Trucks ol all kinds.
(Nine Gold Medals Awarded this Brand)
Excelsior Potato Guano
Prepared Expressly for potato Crop.
Excelsior Peanut Guano
Unrivalled in Results on this Crop.
ITS ill'11 CCAXO CO.,
Thorogood 8. Season,
Accomac County, Va.,
DRESS GOODS. NOTIONS,
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Matting,
Paints, Oils, Glass,
Hardware, Cuoctcsuy, &c
Fine line of new troods iust received.
Ol-l stock purchased of II. T. White
sold at and below cost.
L. X. rooos. W. l\ WATERS
Boggs & Waters,
(Successors of J. C. r.opps *: Co.,)
Accomac county. Vn.,
? pkaleks in?
and other Fertilizers, Glass, &c.
Produce taken in exchange for
O. DijDO?GUTV. TUOMAS WABD
Doughty & Ward,
c-Acccmac county, Va.
J. 11. Ill 111). <?? T1IOS. BIRD,
s, m* mrm a mm,,
Accomac county, }'a.
Contractors & Builders
Have a large corps of competent work-1
men constantly employed, and will ins
contracts for building houses on any]
part of the Eastern Shore. Plans, speci-1
Hcations. est i mates of Churches J louses.
Barns and Bridges furnished on short
notice. All shop work finished with care j
and dispatch. With an experience of
several years as practical mechanics, we
belic\e we can give perfect satisfaction.
Thanking our former patrons, we re-]
spectfnlly ask a continuance of their pa?
tronage, j. n. bird & BRO.
'ixccrqc .7. Jjciisoii..
Acc mac county, Va.
in all its brandies done promptly,cheap
iy and satisfaction guaranteed.
lTOltSlcSllOEIXO A Sl'HCl.VI.TV.
Arrangements have been made with
Mr. l.onis 1>. Drummoiid surGrango
ville,to have all necessary worn] work in
connection with his business done on
most favorable terms.
: Aug. Mencken & Bro.,
368 W, BALTIMORE STREET,
i Piirtiul list ut l'o|ml:ir l'.nunls innnufiiciurod
I Chesapeake Yacht Club,
t-7"r.owest estimates given mi private
! bniiids.triianinteeiiig satisfaction. Send
. for full 'ist and prices.
A?G.MENCK EN & BRO.,
E. G. Polk & Co.,
ercliant Tailors and Clothiers.
PCJOMOKE CITY, MD.
We i iviie I lie eilf/cns of this and ad
joinin eotini ies to visit, our sb ae. and
save lime and niooey by purchasing
I heir Ura-'y-Madc t'iothiiig. Hoots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps..th'hl.s' Kiirnis-h
iiig (iot*Is. bur slock is full in ail of the
? i nspeel ion is courted,
! K. (!. Polk will visit Drnntmomltown
j every ('.unity Court with a full and
Choice line of samples of Worsted and
i Fancy Suitlugs.
All orders promptly filled and satisfac
I lion guaranteed.
; M"L NN A CO., of Ihn SOIKNTTPtC AMERICAX. con
; Unnetoacl n? Solicitor* fm I'at en t a. Caveat*, Trade
? Murk-.. Copyright*, fur thu Unitod Seiles, Canada,
! England, Krai. Ucrniany, etc. H.iml H.?ik about
. Patent? senl free. Tliirt y-soven years'experience,
j Paten:*.;.|,.,.,| thronch MCXX .V Co. iiivniiliced
InuiusriKXTinc AMKitiCAX, tin- lantcnt. NsNt.and
? nmri widely circjiated aclentlOc paper. t?.3Da rear.
Weekly. splendid cnernrlnca and Intervatlna In
. fonniitliin. Slieviinen ciiprnrthe Srlentillc Anier
Icnn mini tree. AddrcsN MUXX A CO., SCIE.YTinO
American Onicc, 1KI Unwdwuy, New Vurk.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
; It gives us pleasure to announce
that we have completed arrange
Iments direct with a Large Carpet
Manufacturer in New York, by
which we can show a very large
assort incut of Carpets selected with
I the greatest care from a Stock of
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS,
Thereby saying our customers
the 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 Croft &
"PATENTED CARPET EXHIBITOR"
So constructed that we can ex?
hibit a very large number of sam?
ples within ? minutes, and show a
continuous floor covered from each
Sample of half a yard.
As we are relieved from any loss
by remnants or depreciation in val?
ue of stock by obi unsalable pat
terns and do not require any extra
floor room or investment of capital,
we can afford to send for and sell
AT LOWER PRICES
than the name qualities are even
sold for iu New York or elsewhere.
We can always show you the
newest designs as soon as they ap?
?'Carpets cut to fit the room, also
made up if desired."
Very respectfully vours,
Dealer In General Merchandise,
JOHN HENDERSON & CO.,
(Formerly R. Mason & Sons)
Manufacturers of French and American
Candies, Fancy Cakes and Crackers,
No. 145 and 1-17 W. Pratl St.,
Baltimore, Md. \
No. 4$ Hanover St.,
Respectfully informs the citizen.--of
the Eastern Shore of 7a., that she
is prepared to entertain them in a
homelike manner, and requests a
call from those visiting the city.?
Her rates arc as follows:
Board, per day.???! to 1.25
? *? ? week.5 to H.W
Neatly printed at this;office by a first J
011138 artist?no amateur work.
WV solicit a trial for nur goods,
ui?l guarantee full satisfaction.
YOUNG, KIMMEl.L & D1GGS,
*;S2T W. Baltimore, Street.
J. ?. SAVaGK,
?Wholesale Cuiu mission?
Oysters, (Mams, Fruit,
Pier IS South Delaware Ave.
T11 ! ?:
pain null $mnj SEgpr,
and a in ill's Cif
Second In noneon tlic Beiunsiila. which
enables us to turn out 1*1 h'ST-CI.ASS
FR I N T ING at ( TIT PRIG L'S. We
nienlion just now
I LETTE R-H EA DS,
but beg leave to state that we can prTffl
anything that any other similar estab?
lishment can execute, cither in
PLAIN OR FANCY COLORS.
Call sind see specimens of our work",
and learn our prices, before you think of
si n ling to the cii v.
The-undersigned, in the interest
lot" the VALLEY MUTUAL LIFE
and VIRGINIA KIRK AND ma
, lf-INE Insurance Companies, will
I make'-frequent vi.-its !n Acciiuiack
and will be glad to have ? he patron?
age of those desiring their risks
carried by good companies. All
communications promptly attended
G. G. SAVAGE, Agent,
Eastville, or Shady Side, North?
ampton county, Va.
AccoarAC County, Vieg-tkia,
Wish to call the attention of the farm?
ers of Accomac and Northampton
counties to their different grades of
Pure Fish Guano,
all of which they are prepared to supply
those wishing a first classs fertilizer.
They have established a depository at
Custis1 Wharf, Powelton, where farm?
ers may purchase in quantities suit.
Prices until further retice, as follows
Two-thirds dry . 20 0( [.CASII.
0 Months Credit ! Two-thirds dry 22.00
For further particulars, call on or ad
E. B. FINNEY, Agent,
Accomac county, Va.
A. S. KELL AM,
Accomac County, Virginia,
has opened a First-Class Hotel for the
accommodation of the public. Board
furnished by the day, month or year at
Travelers conveyed 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 the 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
Rvnee of are HrXw.
Formerly of Accomac County, Va.,
'Commission Merchants, in Tarty Traits, Vegetables, 'Ous?
ters, Jerrapins, Wild Towl, Tags, Poultry, and
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Corner Bowly's Wharf and Wood Street,
(Formerly of Aecomae county, Virginia)
IN EARLY FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OYSTEIS, TERRAPINS
WILD FOWL AND ALL KINDS COUNTRY PRODUCE.
No. Oil W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE.
j tdTShipping Letter, "IV
I K?re barley halt Whiskey,
W ILL CURE ANY CASE OF
\jDyspcpsiat Indigestion, 'General Weakness. ^Hemorrhages,
OR PfJLMONY COMPJsA/yrS,
I If taken in their early starres, and relievo, if mil alisohitely cure, the inosi obsti?
nate and supposed hopeless cases. Try it! Try it!
Should your nearest Druggisl or Grocer not have it iu stuck, send directly to us
and we. will fin ward it. securely packed, iu any ujianlily. from aiptart Lottie to a
barrel, and to any poiiil or address iu the United Stales, on receipt uf the price,
cither in.P. 0. orders ord raft.
PRICK, ?-00 I Milt qua KT j iOTTLE: or. 83.0b PER GALLON
AddreiM >iil coiiimuLlcatlniii) to.
THE DUFFY" MALT WHISKEY COMPANY
Baltimore and Calyert Streets, Baltimore, Md.
g A. R. DEALBA, Proprietor J JB LTI MO RE.
RpSOLE A GETS for THE CELEBRATED BlTDWETS P.EER.
il?; I~ ROBESTS & Q%
7 WOOD STREET,
Consignments solicited ami prompt returns forwarded.
V. A. MAPP,
OF THE FIRM OF
Produce Commission Merchants,
14 & 16 Roanoke Square, Norfolk, Va.
And representative of.the following commission houses: C. B. San
born & C?;, 29 North .Market Street. Boston; Vogel & Br?utigam, 104
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.
Ol- RICHMOND, Va.
.INSURES AGAINST FIRE AND LIGHTNING,
Tl alf A Ce'NTT'TCY in successful operation. Has paid hundreds of J
thousands for losses in this State, and over three millions altogether.
All kinds of farm property taken at lowest current rates.
Wm. II. McCarthy, Secretary; W. L. CO WAR DIN, Prcst.
A. FRAS^?C BYRD. General Agent for Eastern Shore of Vir?
ginia. Otlice:?TEyirERA>'<;evu.le, Va.
Saleaiii Eictase Stalles
Accomac county, Va.,
LEWIS & PARKS, Prop's.
A largo number of Morses anil
Mules, suitable as roadsters, farm
and draught purpose-;, kept con
stavtly on hand for
Sale or Exchange,
on reasonable terms. A neu- sup?
ply of horses received weekly at
their stables, will enable them to
J. S. JOHNSON &CO,-,
Importers and Dealers in
Gilling Thread, Seine Twine, Rope,
Nets, Fishing Tackle,
Oyster Baskets, Corks, Leads, Etc., Etc. j
Seines and Nets made to order J
61 SOUTH STREET, (near Pratt),]
David B. Taylor* & Co.
Successors to Taylor, Chadwick & Co.
manufacturers axti dealers IS
No. 20 South Howard Street,
JOHft F. HOPE
Wheelwrittht and Hertaler,
COFFINS AND CASKETS
constantly on hand, and orders filled at
any point on the Peninsula on short no
Frank P. Brent, of Nelson county, Va., Graduate of the University
of Virginia in tlie schools of Latia, Greek, German and Historv, Litera
tare and Rhetoric, Principal.
Wm. C. marshall, of Pauquier county, Va., Graduate ol the Univer?
sity of Virginia in the 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'-.nthnll comes highly recommended by the Faculty of the Uni?
versity of Virginia; Las had two years experience in teaching, and in
tends to make it his profession.
Mis* Moorfi comes highly recommended as a successful teacher of both
instrumental and vocal music, a very brilliant pianist, an unusually fine
vocalist, and 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 InstrumcnltlHfusict
the pupils of this School, whose voices will admit, now have an opportu?
nity, seldom a Horded in the country or in village, of being under the
training aifd instruction of an accomplished and 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, lor the
children of the Eastern Shore, preparing them for business or to enter the
advanced classes in college, thus lessoning the expenses of their education.
A Department of English has been established, in which will be
taught, with special attention, an advanced course in the language
ami its literature.
A Department of Art, embracing painting on china, in oil and wa?
ter colors, drawing, &c, will be established, if Lire number of scholars
desiring to take lessons shall be sufficient.
THE EIGHTH SESSION,
of this school will commenceon .Monday, the 15TH of SEPTEMBER next,
and end the last week in June, 18S5. The session is divided into two
terms, the first ending and the second beginning February [), 1SSJ.
-:-:c:-:-TERMS OF TUlTION-xo:-:-:-:-:
For Lower English Branches,in ding Orthography,Rea<ling.Writing
Arithmetic, Geography and Grammar; per term?10, or per session $20
For Higher English Branches, iuelwil gabove branches and History,
Philosophy, Rhetoric, Composition, Chemistry. &c, per term Sl.">, or per
For Creek, Latin, French, German and higher Mathematics, each j>er
term 85j or per session *1U.
But ail tuition fees, except 'or Music, are not to exceed 525 per term, or
850 per session
For incidental expenses, fuel, &c,$1 per form.
Muse on Piano ?10 per quarter, of ten weeks for the first, and 37.50
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. 87.0!): but whan t he pupil is at the same taking In?
strumental Music the charge will be only ?*.*> per quarter for Vocal Lessons.
Scholars may be entered, at any time, and if one month of the'term
lias elapsed at the time of entrance they will be charged for the balance
of die term only; but in order that fche.v ma.v be classed with benefit to
themselves, and without confusion to flic school, it is earnestly recom?
mended that they be entered promptly at the beginning of the session.
No deduction will be made from the fees for the term, except as above
stated, and in cases of protracted absence on account of sickness or
other good cause.
Bills of mil ion will be sen ; to parents and guardians, and will be pay?
able a short time before the end of each term.
Good board,at reasonable rates, can be obtained in families in the town.
"aPFor circulars and turtlier particulars apply to
UPSHUPv B. QUINBY, Secretary,
August 27. 18S4 . Onancock, Virginia
S. B. Snead,
CALVIN CHESNUT & CO.,
-: :-AXD DEALERS IX-: :
South & Pratt Sts.
Uf Now auU Beautlfaj Designs lu urbl" and
No. 21 N. Charles St.,
above Faxette Street, anu
110 South Charles Street,
,-Q B. SOME US,
I tO. WITH
L. Greif & Bro.,
MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS'
Kos. 10 and 12 Hanover St.,
gSTMake a specialty of Pine Goods
0. D. DOUGHTY,
BELL HAVEN, VA.,
Agent lor the Improved
j Sewing Machine.
Three-fonrths of all the sewing ma?
chines sold throughout the world am
genuine improved Singer's. They run
light, are simple to work, and are hand?
somely finished. For durability and ele?
gant work they have no equal. Anyone
wishing to purchase can trv theni. Ad?
dress 0. D. DOUGHTY,
??11 Haven, To. 4
X? ST JOSEPH FR fEDS ERG Eft
fRs2 GEX. ~\VA YNE
I-Ioi-m? an?! <'arriaae I3asi?r,
Cor. Baltimore and Paca Sts.
UCTIONiriages, Top audi AUCTION
? iXo-Top Bug-; ?
SALES, jgies. Harness,! SALES,
Tuesday, ijtc. Note.-The; ?
j Thursday, ilargcstconsign-i Tuesday,
Friday^ Iment of lwrsesi Thursday
Saturday, land mules on! Friday.
? jhand at private] Saturday,
lOo'clock. jsaleto be found] ?
Joseph Friedberger, Auct'r.
??Tarties having stock for'sale or in
w-tnt of stock would do well to call at
I the Gen. Wayne Stahles, cor. Baltimore
'and I'aca streets. All stock warranted
j as represented or money refunded.
! je. w. mmM$>so#,
Cliincoteague Island, Va.
Offers his service's to the public and
1 Uood-titting sails?and. if a misfit
should lie made, to alter it free of charge.
2 Will till all orders promptly ;uid
without cost of transportation to any
part of the Eastern Shore.
8 Will do his work as cheaply as it
can lie done in the city.
Any reference desired will be given as
to workmanship, &c.
Diagram for measuring sails forward
en on applical ion.
Material for sails furnished l>v him.
Accouac County, Virginia.
L. F. Marshall, Proprietor.
SOAED. ?1.50 PER DAY.
Livery Stable Attached.
Passengers conveyed to any part of
the Peninsula and' met at Pocomok?
City and Pitts' wharf upon notice that
a conveyance is desired.
From tiie.-ic sources aviso tsrec-ionrtna of
tbo diseases of the human race. These
syn!p:o?ii3indicate their existence:?033 of
Appetite, Bov/cls costive, Sick ITcad"
ache, fullness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or ir.-nd. Ernctatlon.
of food} Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A feeling of having neglected,
?am? duty, Dizziness, Flattering at the
Heart, ?>ots before the eyes, highly col?>
crcd TJriue, COXSTIPATIOST nnd Ce
saar.d the use of a rcmedythat acta directly
on the Liver. AsaLivorrncuicineT?TT'S
I'lLLS have no e.iual. Their action on the
I?Jncy.,3iin.I Sitia is also prompt; romoring
all impurities through these thrco "scav?
engers of the sy.'item," producing appe.
tite, sound digestion, roprnl.ir stools, a char
cauao no nausea or griping nor interfere
?with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTS TO MALARIA.
TU1PS HAIR DYE.
Ctiiay Hair or WniSKEES changed in.
stantiy to a Gloust Black by a single op.
plication of this dtk. SoJ'l by Druggists,
cr 3ent by express on receipt of ?I.
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