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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
HONOR Killi THE PAST, HELP KO lt TIIK PHKHKNT, HOPE KOK THE FUTURE. VOL XIII. FARMVILLE. VA.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER10. UNK2. NO. 2. CITV DIRECTORY. ...I ar. ! . I I I Ililli ? GILLG, M. D , OfflCE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK ? iR R M 8I0G00D, - DEXT1S1 * ' ll M'li.l.l. M.I lu ailie. \ I I wv. . . - Vu hmm;, w. C FRANKLIN LAW. url of IC BM RH WATKINS. WATKINS, AHORKEYSATLAW, I, tillie . lunik U P. VANDERSLICE, iW. /? S. WING, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 6mn Bay, Prince Edward County, Va. ?Sr>C" ie .'uni Federal. (' H BLISS, l. Al criONEER, U'HITE 4. CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, ^-osaaaaannaanasanM HARPER WHISKY i )i?tilled, Aged, .lately Pure, ? by Jos. Manmini. I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. taloa all of the a 1 kinds of f ai,d never I ! live \ many \ ? I cen d. IS iii. Child :.n *'*?'? Miriveonit. *,r*td' id itt unnecessary. Cures all stomach troubles rVirrhi ?.' ibJcfl . iimsstht Otx.-. ali Aii'iti- .:i iiruu <Vaopaoy .' in.--.iro S * ? , ? ? i. lt.. VK. AWi. <?WA Laxative Brnrno-Uiiininc -?*">*? ??-*? ?*t?r . ? roJd (- >a? als*/ Bnuci iii VANim n& : \V I: 1(11 the i**n ll. I. (Ul H., liiuiri'ist. Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. AU the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil? ter out ihe waste or impurities in the blood. It they are sick or out of order, they fall to do their work.. Pains, aches and rheu? matism come from ex? cess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working In pumping thick, kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries. lt used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin? ning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy ls soon realized, lt stands the highest fer Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and ls sold on its merits by all druggists in fifty cent and one-dollar siz? es. You may have a sample bottle by mail n.w of Swamr-Rw*. free, also pamphlet telling you hr out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer Si Co., Binghamton. N. Y. KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis? eases. mi CV'O KIDNEY CURE ls 8 iULlI 0 Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi? nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles. PRICE SOc and $1.00. Sold i.y ii. c. Caora. NEW FLOUR!_ Wa wish to inform mir ewtonen in hiive nuiiiiii-iiffti grinding NEW WHEAT sod Judging fruin tbs i-uulity t fthe gnlO, ll Will I'llHlile Us tn tri VI' vmi ..1 ..r BETTER FLOOR than wt- lent- aver been ailie i" make. We an-ul-" makin!,' n niee urliele nf BOLTED MEAL, BSOfJa fruin the BEST H uni: cohn, forsopsrha i" tbs West ern nieai niii'le fruin iiifeimr "in .?uni offload tm tin* nun rift. lin tht; farmville Mills PlowBOd Meal, Which v.ej*!iatali tn to gin nUstfceUoD. Tbaohlog you for your patrol THE FARMVILLE MILLS. (admiral Scliley A Pure, unadulterated Rye Whiskey. Tbe Best for medicinal pur? poses, 1 have ""t *?"' largest stock, bul claim tl,,. BEST of iii.- well known brands, Mm Club?^^^ lins nu superior. ticllllioild Gul) ? Ii;i< few equals, toy Baor la nlod Uiat my Btne* i- tbs I'.KSi' ke| I iii farmville alon Hu- don of Rkhardson Bna, ll LL MEASURES guana teed. C. H. BLISS. I C. Wiltse gells oothing bul w li.il'** guaranteed bo? be exactly sa repre? sented. 'ou Can Rely on wliat you buy when it'l ILVER, CUT GLASS. WATCHES, or JEWELRY, J nf him That's worth everything V M. nie I Farm. If MO want a iiiiHlel farm JW luvc^ i- tn snit rea. H ls I'salerl In univ "f ConbarlODd. We will takel ?asure in BbosrlOg >t *<> yml Farm ville Fakm Adi BETTER THAN SMASHING* Hum Our Union,, I,, Knit.na Iii ult Hill. H.-r ll ri ll Ll iii; 11 ii si,mu,I timi tin- lu ii-liri iii. inu s?,,,,,?. lady of i .ni until tl if.'lilli lint sli.lli it InllL-. ' self ii aila :i revolver timi ; pii'iona thal ? than w. m. with I in convivial loon, nini i'. int.. the plan litiiitni her berni, lhere waa n startled party of tippler* Indeed. Straightway she commanded lier husband in leave 11 gn home. Then she tuned to a maa R UOHTO." in the party who had demurred t" ? i in* place. "YOU ? ' wife lit lim i arked, quietly but firmly. "Yo* Iiiui in e, and go right now.*1 Ile lieut. turning tn ' . "vmi liliiiv mit ymir ligl loch op this place. Eleven i>'el'>ek is inn! if the i illagc author!. ? aol enforce tbs law, l will." she the whole party left the place; ?onkeeper eli ralkad away la the night, the V..;i n with her Ininti still fi nu I. handle of the re vol ver. Shahad ' a ithniit sninsliini^it, nnil nat inient in her m n tows applauds her net.?Journal Pr, STARTLING COMPARISONS. ?liiini- of Hip Iii 1 ii k . M Illili COall ll* llnac Milli (hr Miiin-i s,,,.,,( for Drink. When a prohibit to talk? ies, the general effect Isa men? tal blur. A prohibition orator who eannot nttlc "IT lauris mi thl tlie rum trudie until the audience i*? IHng whether tWO lind two ? worth ineit .address n DO . erthe id ic* by lir. Swift, n Ifethodiat clergyman ol 'it lint to I - row dre!! when Ihsy Bron ottered. Owing to tbs Umlted width nf this column, it is decided t" omit the genera] totals and sti.-k to thl -. if the money spent ob liquoi eor a and it would '?.nil nf 10,000,000 familit barral* of flour, i*i pairsofsbt '" clothing, '? ' f pola : soo poondaof meal (old sty le) lin* dttall Mil would pay f'T all the N la the Ualted sin" I i.iie-liillf iMinld pay fur all the farms in Illinois ? nt hs; wipe mit all mir nat inti ty and town debt* ia one rear; pay for all farm animals in the United states in ten months, ami dupll ?ate all bank deposit* in two t nf the rum t lilllie for a J BBI than all tbs nuns that han leen given for bena (uni forelj lions liv all tho chnrchea of th< ry from tb* time when mi n the pn- int. It la I- ii' . nt yearly fur education,pub? ic snd prints, Par this enorm leinliture, according to Dr. Swift, ws ret 7." per rent, nf tbs crime nf flu* mint ry anil :. - r cent, nf the i. Bl ? i. Y. P ' Mark, nf s|?. eal opoa the human face s instinctively as right, B a Ni iv Ol '?; DI piper slates he fact that ? n i!t Inks by the pe iiliur discoloration of his skin. Then I, it apjienrs, a livery of v. hi . ach "nc tin I. with strict Indi iiluality. In nt little corner nf the ? I he the law nf life or the la* ? h. ('mihi wc hut trace tn ifs itter end thc destructive f evil we would d ? e distinctive mai i.i 1 in bodies. I ..milli In fur Inri llnrlli. I... - fully alitc t.- advan, eil Micni. tats W.Cl i ? snots foua ll* in Fort Wortl u- iiiiii. ii,,n nf Will. Th is 'lllltilM I . I., f tlii lgu in ; - (lld topis lime Their Trouble*.. Mr. I'rim is Little, of BntOB ! uh., is .mr right] J SO he hus in'i n mal ilh indigestion and constipation and has -ribing lo use fur tbon Itara ti in's St i un nell sad Liver Tall? is and was soon teabag much better. -.1 lett*! he SST*, "1 hie. i .' ml now think BBI WSlL" These tablets improve the tbs stosasahs rer and bowan. For sale by The The carnation likes a sunny si tuat lou. A CIVIL WAR INCIDENT. Hom Tu., \.,i,,,K , ,,?f,,,,- rn i,., \\,nl fur \\ iilrr I lirnuuli a Hail ?i t un ..I. r. ? .Sun ol' I. U. II. -Mait in. stop Bring, snd bots.* d a whit ? la his front their v. streeton of brothel ? ericka* STARTED ON i Illili PERILQC8 JOUR burg when I ? ;i* mareil ii . t|iiiek time, v. .. from i.en. M Inned to ball ob the marah, tl 1 t, rribly from When i: Minmai ghting. Ah of cool ul bat? tery. This ; ? when haman nature could it th un? der ls, a have been h.st in the 1' volunti . r fr..m Ihe sprinpr. With a bi over their I he two ? ? ? lourney. Ai- ?? arith ? ? ? I'he ti' iif* un? injured, and qulel teens, while I itched arith breathless int cres*. ?very i hem st mck? inn n. Suddenly, as if by magic, the ire of ' I ben as their return to the mt frmn between the pei cry, and, lifting his it to iimke 'rmn ti Hie "Iii ? i-rncd the i >f the lads and pi irir.jr. The i >y the thirst;. a few noments later they were pom afrashlng water (binn their 1 ? the nen and boys of I ? the unfortunate ? in blue in danger of a I catii in the burni first rreat battle of the war. DEADLIEST BATTLEGROUND. I Trlatmlc In Mlileh \\>r<- t'mniht s. \. lill nf lin- s,.,,.r,,| ll,lille. of thc lilli \\ ar. (lair tullmlliind ii he l'h. ? ni rf*, qa, t.-rr.line I.. "Alimit 1- I Kred rieksburg, in Bp mid alinut thc siimc di : i . is the Wil .i line frmn inii nf thew- p..hits tO tbl I ? ack BfSifl !? barg ? and nil Will ill, draw a circle I mern bl the battles of tbi ? I aurel ill. Bpotts] oort H -ural 'nts. ? erhapt, been killed ai irth" lhere in be no question that more men ere killed immeiiiaitiy Bl ,rg than in ll the 6.000 years lat men have been fighting ba; t: HtoteSn null Paraiysta ? .rimelt. nf thU i ricken with partial paraly-. - ?.z treated byan eminent un for quite a while without relit ife rceomiiu I tim. and aftt ii "f il ht \b - obalo, Man, Logan county, W jvcral otb irtial pat i f this liniment. Il i idely kn sr, at a cure for < i, sprains and bm | , f The Wimton Drug Co. mD of i.: REVEALED IN DREAM Truly Remarkable Story Told by English Clergyman. I ll III pi-1 I I'll lil I li si ,,, I.,,,. I .. - a < SP] ul un nlil Mnrrlnm- I <-r lill.iii. ir.i,ii \ lear of an nt,..ur,- I hun h. ? : ' i' ? Ut*r u ny, allin.ugh i 1 fei; fl to the ' limit knoll . Iliilt it .1 the clerk that ti .. hui thal another train ? prom ill me. ing a ? linnie nf tilt! M hieh I ll i hid In t r;n ? ce, however, the rain 1 hail t fur another. This if just . pretty . n. I i\ . i ? neil 1 hilt he ??il the ? . J "f the ehiireh. At Hated, bul when I per* i .ii church, . ? ind proceeded to th. ?'?/& ill TIIK BOOK AT HAN. rere n number nf !,iih I fooh d"ii i : Hy fell 1.1. it time lief t I tie in t' i ? ? ti..n thal iually was a vi. n hmir by rail, which answered ex n in my dream. My in ;.. I went to !-. I was tub! that the train had .ne. but thal ? lother half an hnur, ead, baan* fill i.'.ii .Ii ? ike a walk; nf ort i. r. anti n my rel urn t" 1! ? .i the ni ly I by the third ii traided in rnj t W hen. timi I arrived at ?, 1 if my ? irprise I bal Ihe i ie.. ? ? : ?,UC*t fur tl ? ? led. 1 went t" I lie eh iireh an.! entered the if with ..f brown leather i"bi" .m. and my heart paie a mid when 1 opened it at rsa* kial Kllen -." te of the entry in tail and returned to the vicar Bjf tl" ld returned, tter**of-f*et way, I asked r the giving dates, cte. At there ? natter .'niue armed Hut n ld got it, what was be the i thinV nf nnl_\ ..nc i i tised in m. turn nfonnlngme every r the certificate, as it was of nee to a family of rclim r had in affluence s a larpe fortune lon of e certificate In que l I ni.ir- li,ul of llnlrl. font of pure guli! weighr ?03 peta I'l Ilene l.illilliellt ? .rfu fur rlieninatl.m, tlralna .-.., nil paint. ' it, at ?ii limit Co. ur fall Bolt BOW KleiniDK A uk I'uaraiitie a lit. Hampln now lon. Mop lin on Uri:.: ul I tbe itu" for goin? Hoyne eau pha*eyou id pr lee d ntyle. The waters of the Caribbean will float BCSt winter Int of Tb- Cant** Ameriean warships which ha. been as \aial Mnnru.fra , ships nf tin- North Atliititie Bsmadroa ? about the middle "f november, sad kl I the Smith Atlantic squadron at Ba? hia, bi a m-eks later, while Admiral ( mu ninshit-ld will gather tba nsuls of the Kiirnpear. squadron at Gibraltar, and it ? baas .a tbs I -lands. will sail acron ti The arith all avsilsbli torpedo boat* und destroyers, will mobilise at Culabi r Porte i ni Qo*Bl .. abuut the tir-t "f January. There, f"r two moats*, ti" ; drilled. Six ..r rei. iiattle ihip*, twice a. many cruisers, and I smaller vessels, bring? er inure, will COmpon the .lei! fur this impressive game nf war. maneuvers, nays the Youth's Compan inn. will SOBOaraf* a healthy rivalry ? ii the divisions and pun The "man behind the gun" will be drilled in the art of loading it quickly .ind pointing it accurately, ai appliancei for improving speed in load ing w ill be I ? les this, the I the licet w iii lie -, i tn thc problem of the .. of Porto liieo and the appin. tlie pr. , ian canal. The war panie is not wholly play; it is a prep? aration fur possit*!* emergencies inci? dent tn the enlarged responsibilities of the Dall "Traveler, tu thia land might pain (011-1* and Letter ImpmsloBa nf us," . . ,, said William lt. A nirr lean Lite Karie, uf .1 lt. Iletl. chuBetK t;i,uhl? rk Commercial Adver? tiser man, "if instead nf visiting \.n *i i.rk and then hastening fruin tun, fruin llostnn to Pittsburg anti fruin Pittsburg to Chicago, they should take in the -maller towns, live their life fur a feu-, dm-, baaooM ntarated with their stmoaphcra. A traveln in l'rnnce will imt kOOW Krnnee marls sn well if he made a dash fur Paris an if he tunk in the dear little town in the nntbaaal and na th* m [ think ynu will find a truer ? -inn nf American character in our -mall towns. Within city walls one -ii easily Into a mere type, and becumes so mitti rial in the (Of the gulden pud. In tl;.- sum ll tmi us ynu may be n lealthy, happy Individual contact filth Unit simplifier of nil things, na? ture, must make you so. And the ife itself is ao delicious, with its aim, its hospitality, its general gu,,il viii. Kveryone knows everybody .<! ft is like living with a | family. I am sure of this, ?n: American girls make mun. ?f f..reign Visitor*; but the lumber WOald be increased out of iii proportion if then penile peen mt knew mir small farms, fur tiny ???r mid mon winson* i iran girlhood than mir proudest elty can b It is lint to be wondered nt that a >*arl necklace "collected by a de? nian" sold ii 110.000. The thought of u tb-. g about collecting il Kidd, In the Chl ? rest to he most ordinary transaction and es of the theory hat mir period of usefulness ceases ritfa death. I sh..uld dis .ute the story had we not read it n a Sabbath newspaper?tin. ep"'it"rv "f useful and diierting M:iti-tit-s fruin the public libraries f the United Mut.-- show a rapidly ?ip demand fur work* of flc i'in, thc pera*Btag* "f 1.ks nf this iletl for being reduced below 0. There is ii gi Halag demand fur ooka mi history and technical sub **rt*<, political economy and other uliieets that, srlll be worth some ling to the reader after he has ?s iiniliitcd their contents. A Typical Ninth African Mure, ti. li Lance, nf Bay Villa, Baadays iver, Cape Colony, conducts a Siorc Si mt li Africa, nt which eau teed anything from the i al "iie-die to an anchor." This store I in a valley nine miles from the ii and about twentv u- mill - flinn the nearest limn. Mr arson atys: "I am favored with the I farmers within a radius of drty miles, lo many of whom 1 have i's remedies. All stiiy to their value in a hom - tdviee is almost out of Hob. n it li lia oe* mile sf my is perhaps sixty. within tbe past twelve months, ni fniirteen han bet a ai cured by Chamberlain's Cough Raine* ,-. 'I'tii- inii-t -linly be a record." or sale by the Winston Urn There are not lass than 8 282 dilleretit i lisli inhabiting tin- wult-rs of nierieji north of the I-thuin- of l*an l he Wurst Itiriu. Multitudes are singing tbe praise of ie new discovery which it msk on sick |icople well anti weak inp what they eat, -ing and sweetening tbe st. id hy transforming their food iuto the nd of pure, rich, red blood that makes ni feil gund nil over. Mn Trsnflll, of roy, I. T., writes: For a number of isrs I was troubled with indigestion and rspepsia which grew into the worst rm. Finally I was induced to ute odol anti after using four hollies I am direly cured 1 heartily recmmind odol to all sufferers from indigestion ? pels. Take a dose after meals - what you eat. Anderson Drug urea (old in One Day. ivative Hriiiiin Quinine Tablets. Il druggist* refund the money if il iis to i ure. E.W. (J rove's signature on each box. 25 cent*. SUBSTITUTE WAGON BOX. ailapl.-il for Mimili,* Ma nu rr. I urlb and oilier Material. I njiirluii. to Ki-iiiii.r llnar.. Po* hauling niiiiiiire. earth. ste, a good farmer doe:, sot Uki I his farm i since il will BOt pre | .ni ap i thl road ni -eil fur all kinds nf trork as it nib when better BUB ls taken sf it. good plan tu bau- BB BXl to be used for th* rough work. If the fannel di l the trouble of having SBOds SI box, he may for some kind, "f rough and dirty ivrk, such ns BtOOS and manure hatilinp. replace the DOS nilli roagh boards I.-iiil loosely between the standards in the old way. This method TT? 1 has some disadvantages', howi thc bi it ti un b.i.-i rda arc apt to iv.uk ont of place and the side boards to fall ilium at tba b.i-t provocation. It is lie-t tn gu to n little more trouble .uni Bm Bf* the boards as illustrated in Pla*, 1. Use the required number of boards, planed on edges, to suit span hitmen standards and nail ur | to two or three eronplnn to hold them In place. Biaga the boards nt side so aa to stand up supported bj the standards when on the wagoe Bad fold up when not in use. (lr tin l may be put on on the outside, having back of bingi board*. Tin sideboards will then turn out instead V7<s fi Bf in when folded and will just turn in far enough to stand erect a tho wagon bcd. The enntrivanet will occupy but little room when use and may be set up against it cor? ner nf the wagon shea. Another wnv lo overcome the m.-iintiisadiunt I loose boards on the bed la lo have ?sch sideboard and the bottom board immediately under it nailed and ttrapped together as in Fig. 2. A couple if cleats nailed M the: bottom will leep them In place when put on bed, md tbs required number of joards laid between in the usual mau? ler will make the wagon ready for service. In making either of the ar -angements illustrated, the fa: expected not to go to any great f workmanship.?J. 0. Allshouse, in ?liio Farmer. THE CURING OF HAY. lome H.ri.i.ii. Wh, the Ural t|unllt. lin. >r<-ea>nril7 to ll,. Mi,.li? lli th* Shade. there are many ques* ions about curing hay. Bal ? ;ri?ss runtiilns inure moist nix than hut which stands until dead ripe, and lt larder to cure. Hay Ia grass with he water taken out of it. The water I removed by the wind n Imf bi e.-rn ihile the sun Is shining glvini ayniakiiig condition. The easiest, ray for the water fruin lie plant in through the Vhen these leaves are tiried and Hied first of all there will be BOO* iderabla water left in thc stem, and his will BBOn "ut very slowly. WI er, he leaves are lt ft fresh, they nick mi .ump the water rapidly frmn th* tem, snd thus dry lt quickly. Cut own twa trees in full leaf. From fie tnke every pi- ? nd let the leaves on the nther y wither Bad die. Ymi will fi? rst tree wet and Boggy, while the thar is dry having bera seabed mt amped by tbs leaves. Then Hiing* xpfnin why the brit bl y i- B he abode. 1 I r? not wlth red, but keep un pumping water rum the stems uni "-neat ut. Clover especially ls best rand l the cock. Its thin, broad re quickly wilted in th< bile In thc pile thev keep nt wurk. I* must ntaenl er that som. les of curly cut ii lain over ono ponada "f water In erarj t"n nd thnt l.'.oo pound* of the water mst be tnken mil in n short time! ne i.i-,.i, i I , th.- teililcr mok-t ich B useful Inn- tool ls that It rinks |h* stem nn I l'1v.*s 'he water chat -j.e. Tt nil Nev* Brinn*, rattle In I'orlo Hli-o. There ls no spot on the globe where ley ralie better milch cows and beef tttie than in Porto Kleo. ... It ay not lie generally known ord Dorbaai toeh with him to Eu ,pe In the etphteenth century e man pr of Porto l!ieo emu nnd bred them ?in at-nck, thu* producing tn* imotis shorthorn Durham, but sash , nevertheless, the ense. . . . id water are most plentiful, the eat e need no hunting nor care WOOteO ?er, and there Is plenty ' iem in of the island?a imblnatlon sf aOBdHJOBB that fore isdows a bright future for the cattle using industry in ! leo Agricultural Journal. In the use of paris green nnd Ion >n purple ns Bpraybsf material lt necessary to make new applica ona each time tb* powder ls washed I by th* rain. I Ilo/i ii Times a Mplit. Mr. owen Dunn, of Henton Fer. a., writes: "I have had kidney and 4.lib r 'mu!.le for ySBTS, and it I had that I was obi up al sst s dozen times a ived any permanent benefit from any edicine until 1 tried Foley's Kidney are. After using two bottles, I am ired." Sold by fl. C. Crute. Tho Best I-rescrlptlon for Malaria bills and Fever is a bottle of Goora*! iwiBi sn Chill Tome. Itm simply on and quinine in a tasteles* form fo care. No pay. Price 60 cent*. No Hair? ".My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed. I then tr ed Ayer's Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling alonce."? Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, O. Thc trouble is your hair does not have life enough. Act promptly. Save your hair. Feed it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. If the gray hairs arc beginning to show, Ayer's Hair Vigor will restore color every timC. Il M t bottle. All amalita. r ,t mi'iif yon, tend n- express y.u a bot ? rl.t th- BSBM A Unrest, J i All Li ..- , lowell. Mats. FRESH LOT <ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZXZ> I.IIVMVS C4NDIES, JUST IN -AT ZZZZ, IZZZ s Anderson Drag Co. WOOD'S "TRADEMARK" FARM SEEDS thal 'in be obtsJaad I imper* ? g, rminstlng qualities, It ia very Important if ? u Seeds obtainable, by pur Wood's "Trade Hark Brand " I Farm Seeds. Wood's Fall Catalogue Mis al Vegetable uni Farm Seeds I r Poll I'lantlng, Seed \\ heat, Oats, Rye, Barley, Vetches, (irasa uni Clover Seeds, i I .il l'alill"..'ile and . T. W. WOOD & SONS Seedsmen, ? Richmond, Va. ,wer Pills That's what you need; some? thing to cure your bilious? ness. You need Ayer's Pills. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black ? Usc Buckingham's Dye |aaa.a*eRjSjaJS*MrS P Hil'fcCo , Naahua.N.H alcuin Dentifrice. Nothing adds more to personal appear? ance thin I:' 'ii and and ?! ? ' i i; lm,:s. prevent -' ruy s al I gena life, lt I pumice ii. iuki lt ls s;x tlT"**S as ? les as pure, and six tunes HS boa Ask yuur' I tur Alcalln. I ric- Samples at Dentist*. Hold by li ? . CRUTE, Druggist. uRfyfr. g; f r colleST OF McOiCiKE-"-: " OTHTlUrtT PHARMACY Pi Practice. vu. I r. ?**** *ia*ar**e*aas Watch! ALWAYS BE ON TIME. If your watch don't run just ight, bring it arottnd. Will ive it a thorough deaning and aarantec it t<i work FULLTIME^ rety dnj after that. I. T. BLANTON, Jeweler and Optician, door to Plontcr'i Bank