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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
BONOB PCS TIIK PAST, HELPfflFOR IHi; PRESENT, HOPE POR TIIK KCTCHK. V v"" XIU FARMVILLE, VA., FBIDAY,NOVEMBER7,1902. NO. 6. CITY DIRECTORY. - R 1'HViilsOI, - - nnd \V. W. I', winnini ? ' i - kk I', ll. I'. Klee. ? - Hart. GILLS, M. D , i w IN I vs; s | . ornCE over first national bank ? . 11'. m. I jr R M 8IDGOOD, - DENTIST. ? HAITI IL. Lanwastcr & Mcilwaine. - \ i i i kk . ? .IM*.. 1.1',,.,. hf . Bl ll I'INi., arch. tl- C FRANKLIN ATTORNBY-AT-LAW, - ? VA. Edward '??url ot 1 0 WATKINS. R H WATKINS WATKINS 4> WATKINS, --ATTORNEYS AT LAW, '.lill. VA. .??I. I'uin onl Ame? lia, and i - t'tiiirt itt KichmonaL lion 1'nnl Ki cases In bunk C P. VANDERSLICE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. in iKitli Stale nnil r'tsltriil Hull,lui*-, Milln st.. - ilMVll.l.K, \ k /? S. WING, I'. a . MI.AYV, Green Bay, Prince Edward County, Va. ?^Courts:?State and Pcderal. (1 H BLISS, LL A IC HON KKK. I A KM VII I 1 I li is nnd adjoin i uk ^'HITE A CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, ? illy i 'ompom .VK.I.K. VA. t.\TIUCT Ol WWII i J ls frequently adulterated WK WILL (J1V1 IT TO roo RE made tltreet from the Pure Kroiiinl S| ii. (. (Kin:. sVooorost. When io Need < ti. a good, bracing DRINK, . . . Cali, poh Did Henry Whiskey. Always the time. Mild, Mellow and Pure. - i by HUGH O'GARA, i:m\ ii.i.k. Y k. \ s: NOTICE! 0 Kit lonou,I.,Ion I lull lose. R. FRANCENE'S riB ? s In tli. . H.- r.iiroi I nnil llllllll-slle. ..ear rOIIDd, li speeinlly. Hall abell, jm rkeso, *t mom, Fri Half-f: 16 cenis,ami St cents. ? ?lit*.. vs. m. &05, 907 E. Broad St., BatfUoBB from Hie (Hy Hall, Richmond, Va. # T A I! Hie Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. rohealthj Kidnm Make Impure Blood. All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil? ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches andrheu 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 is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and one-dollar siz? es. You may have a sample bottle by mail Hom. ot swami-Rn*. free, also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when wriiing Dr. Kilmer it Co., Binghamton, N. Y. KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis? eases. COI CV'0 KIDNEY CURE lt 8 iULl I 0 Guaranteed Remedy I or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi? nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles, PRICE 50c aaa $1.00. Sold h.v H. C Ci. Admiral Schley, A Pur*', unadulterated Rye Whiskey. Thc Best for medicinal pur? pose*. 1 howe do! tlif largest stock, Imt claim tin* BEST ol iii.- well known brands. 'remium Club. has no superior. tichmond Club_^=-. lins few equals. SorT BOM in minti that my is the I.KST kept in Kanuville -in, e Hie days of Richardson Urns. PULL MEASURES iMiariiiitii '1. C. H. BLISS. I C. Wiltse Bells nothing bul what's guaranteed t< in* exactly ai repre? sented. on Can Rely (in what you buy when il1** ELVER, CUT GLASS, WATCHES, or JEWELRY of him.-<^am -. That's worth everything he National Mineral sphalt Roofing Makes a Good Roof. yon don't BOsOMO it SOUSS OOOrO to FOUNDRY nini ***?* ft>r v-mrsilf. Paraville Mfg Co., G. M. ROBESON, Prop., Farmville, Va. GE I I YSBURG, THE THIRD DAY. <) ititi, - ?' I formed ? their brazen thi. . .u ii ..'er ll ? ' 'till. amid trie st'.rm of fins, - In gray allin*, tn* forth grim -. ai If on dre** parade, i r flinch, at on earh 'Ide liV, ll. Oh. men nf valor, true ye are. ?kui h.nh abor* thc smoke of war ? ?i.t- hill are B ' aba ll pour out a* fast. At gunner* In their Karb Bl bf their nun* until the . the columns newly A* In their ranks the gun* sad havoc Fer. fr..in th.- battsrl** on the crest . 'iiiake. And from tho ranks come burst* of And rank by rank the soldiers fall, -fems to mow a lane With . ad grape, and ball. 'Tis man to man. ai. For in And i ? ;i.> n!s cnn arrive, -wept. ? nd fl t the day wa* won; The t-Tuund ls sacred In our eyes to Jur hearts rejoice at deeds of val Hy those ?ln w.ire th.- bl For as o'er the storied hills we r< And live the wines of war a. ll ? ml. 1. in ??! O'af the men uf Gi ursa and of Maine. ^or men are men, and a human I i by Hu Implsmi nts ol lift- blood, and they sink to i ?\Vhlle yet the triumph ls afar, io of the thousands that Went forth that day. Kron) out the wood, In valor strong and true, a !? -v returned, the rest th Down whore they fell beneath the night Aaw. II. J. LA TO UK LAST SHOT OF THE WAR. ired by rn I. ian Id rn Hot linnie win. Yaukrra on the Old I'al.i Alto llulll.ll. 1.1. A T vin in Washington tells the 'ost Unit the last shot el tlc re* cllion was fired bf Capt, B. li on, now a prosperous ranchman in eslern Texas. He says: "When a line of the confederate iviilrv was Slowly retiring from the eld tm Hu* plaina nf Uranna Sun ago, in Texas, where the hine ,-ni.l ia fray hod met in deadly saaoao* ?r for the last time, a soldier turned i his saddle, an.I, throwing his gun > his ahoeldor, lied, lt prosed to * th- last shot of tbs last bottle, id it WOS certainly the Inst nh"t of ie loaf war. Berton was s i tin- ci'iifeili rate army and was -hi In high esteem hy Iii- BBpsriorS ul loved hy the ht im Tl \ans he .1. "He now lives rit llel Kio, ii, I ? mv BS "I"- "f tl/-' ill. KI HE ll THE LAST SHUT. .st desirable small ranches la the ie .md Boaatderable toa s property. i ton in sure that he fir.-il the t sli .1 at Hie close of the last lint of (he civil war, nii'l l bellera ii, for ht* is a perfectly truthful n r.nil WOald riot misrepresent a f (lint kind in the least, not n to have his fame Bpread over 10 history. Tats story of that last hattie. ieh was faaffct on the 19th of May, ,'i, after the war and . e ama deels red, bas i Bcaped lae nation thal ii merits, for it erm nfTair or no little Importance, Gea. teri Brows, who recently Had nt st l'liiiiis, Mo., was in emmi;.ml tie federal troops to smithem .?is, nnil be win- doubtleaa well ba* iiicd concerning the terminat ?on host ill 2 i ? Slaughter, i coinmantlf'l the coufeileratc .ps eiieampol at Brasoa Sn nt iago, boord rumors of thc surrender the annies cmnnaiidt il hy ntton nnd other generals, hut he red no oOadal notice "f 's hoot toa WOf tlcpart lt. OOO. BrOWO, limier a mtg of ?e, iiiforiiit-il the coiifeder.-i' of afTnirs oboOt Wasliing antl Kiehmoiiil, at the same time ting than to come in uml lay ?n their arms, us the var SMI - nighter refined to act in the ir of such importance until he waa ler informed. Therenp' a ( "1- Mar? at thsheadof aconsiiierahle f Led to break up th* ?ne s CAmp. A hot battls ensued, and. ?rn lin. Mn ? ill, fra wa ?I rloi Kat I'.-. fm lit I ? 1 pin I wi pie sui Ai, li nv aaa "I i fie, oaf tl . the h,?j ?fl ? over tin- Mi ? fore. The I ?' ? li the MHltlo , Slaughter post, ? of the federal troops. Sei > ral encounters occurred, and ti., |< me of the ? v ere. "While the hatti, con fed* antes oere fmqaeetly Inforn .?.onie I,,.!.! cavalrymen ii war is ended; win "kV! ? - ? for B I.i'd: ! ! ever lost, be ordered thc Iring I I hut both Busies began I "Aa Capt. A ll Bartoa, h ad he fell fr That vi , killed in tin |..i rn wnr. I lieen Doable I ', lld the The la-t ballet I ed bim. Prompt, the enemy. I Inrned in fl fired ti which I taint] I war.' " ORIGIN OF "FIT MIT SIGEL." All l:\-l un fe il ern lr- I l.liil.. Hi, ll .11 Kuiimii POeMa* Marled in ii Bia*. ?,.url I nun lim un. ol (.rant IV I Shu ol ;i with ? !, re? mind. BM of tlie tillie Obi v ex-eoofedei In .New York who wee el n who 'lit mil Sifei" iii t hat paper, "lt wai Mis. "tiri thal Hers called him, was invincible. iVht-n we Ina rd ti 'aiin,! Bigi 1 eas ii -n the inion - I : in til wi . Any hing la camp that waa I ailed BigeL Wlicnever we got inion ?oiintry when ering hetween the SSCesb Bed the inion we blOOght thl iroiiin! by sshlag them boa tba ? , country thai had to hire a ! nun to fibril! Its beti start (I the laugh anil often WOE n re? mit. "Finally we areal up agsinsl it in the ?attie of Pea Ridge. It ijil.ire : we bsd tloi oeording to history, wa were t te didn't tit up in camp much after hat tinging 11 about igel. "Hut the saying: 'He tit mit ligiasted, 1 think, in the ci.url of a ? i W lill at a union a ?' before bim oa I teellBg boga. The ai ?fslnittl pretty hot ami the " !d .1. I', was tcratching hil head anil ' tiru.' tlie ends of lu until * : lonked like a li? fter a rabbit chase. The *?? -peak much. If arv. English, as pat on the stand, and mat naethlag the juttice didn't and. "What'- ymir clim* trying ' ked the just iee of the count ry la. -ryes replied ol eonras the *' eyer did riot know?'he *ay? 1 i he didn't steal the hi : ie ju.-tice. "Prisonerdischsrged.'n tnr-ilier Q BM Im IH?iimrtt*tl. He glided into the oAee .int approaehad I' "1 bara written a poem." he "Well!" exclaimed the editor, willi look anti a tone intended to annda? le. Bat he calmly resinned. "I have written a poem ? B My Fa er's I!;irn,' an?" "Ol" interrupted the editor with traordinary gentleness, "you don't ow how- fleetly I am i em written BB your fsther'l h;irn, ? I was afraid it was written on ad that, you vi.: Bte I ? blish it. If I should ever happen drive pust your father's Imrn I'll rp and read the poenV" Hui.. Indian Prn.lnner. krills! ri Bf < "rn.ilk. vv | intetl a pension by the Mt rtb Caro* los board, h the i alj I ; ii a Cherokee. i!>- ? ? ty-nintli North Carolii rn A; I the I* Sol Labeled. he opportunity of ti life! n has a lahel on it. Chtcsgo Iiaiiy , ik.i line. I nm willing to admit." rivi ii ia n ni tie- ape." Hui," replied the sharp-witted i-iier, "von might to ba nt respect for your admit lt."?Ohio Stats Journal Familiar Term Denned. 'minny Kigj.-im I'nw. w!. Io .nil ? 'aw- Kigjam?lt is a man who. BBBktla that ? t ,.f clotlie- kO milich thc ' raid. Frlsltl. When I hear I ing $40,000,000 or ttoftQQJOM h,'" remarked Uncle Allen llways wonder if he t ??zing out his competitor..'' I hi* o Tribune. Xm K.tlmale at Art. Ii.ive j'iu ever written I t you were ashamed of?" inquired severe relative. No," answered the eather. ?e to some day. I need tbe money." 'ashington Sur. rn! ll 1 "fi Ihe clea lbs in l OHIO MAN'S FUNNEL He Uses It Constantly to Obtain Heat and Drink. lil. A |i|n iirnnrr In a \. >v Orleans Snl. lim.,?l Turill weil Hie ll.ri... |i.r-"i n.alh.ii in ;*..lie. ItSrtlSfS, i w Ith their : . ion-fa? in,I nu u who slo.. tin ir 1.. which ii.es ihe fork willi tba : Who Uses neither ol i nor his liquor to thi suck thi up in .\i u i .ollie I ? ii liar iii thc rn- iii il.,- ara] ba a Biked Bp io the har and . . drink. '1 lie ii i i-i nins behind the ? as ba tlid foi At tins the niiin pn ? I from or two of rubber i fl Bad hi? nt ck alu! asked the harki , p, I Io kind? ly poer tba whisk] Into the funnel. At Int thi .- him a practical joke, hut led i whisk] marked thal tba liquor arm thc genuine article and then walked "ut. lt was hoiiiii time lief..re ihe bar? lil, and in the : mit ol . . ? reral drinks. trioaity ol in had i the point where he could Ho ? "lit roi it, and lu- asked the rahal it was all about, and bow it was he did not take his swig like the ri ntl. id he had beeo n r orer tba i Ohio, and hi I ippoinl incut nd tin- breaking np of bia home hud gulped down a big ? WHISKY WAS Pt arholi. sj in the I i hurry, Bs aid bc took enough to kill 1 ? . op!,-, l.l.t lief..! . onipletfi! thc Job ol delivering bia mil to ? i.er, the in : OCtOT had eoine along and brought ack the fading lil pera sing sppa* . sting bis melli- through tillie ii as a veritable show ur.ul tbs ber* oom for son at a runt, win re lie used sepia "f soft-boiled eggs fm- break* i-t. Il,- a !-o d ra ilk quantities ol coi? la, and all went through the funnel. ? on lind a funny experienci with lill? ian, ll ; one glit. nnd wa i lol ked up he only articles on his person were I inne 1 and a few din it been ra thc dil asea] adm bring in a drink of water. The jailer ? I request om tl ? ?'. told in Hore w:is a bucket of water in e cell and he could drink I ..iitt-nt. Hut could riot drink without n- Istsnce, id ti n a Hy the jailer went to him. The sb then produced the funnel snd re* ?? poured la. ie jailer in arly dropped OUgbt he would be oliln In the morning a! en the ia repast! d the operation si -t they began to realize thst here u proper. ? as all (he attributes of the .: tl tim -ti t li ? ? d the :? tl bm perl rticu breathee at >!! ns am lindy, and there is not the f lr* rnlarlty till eat: 'iking ? read, am! thl ow his lian.!, or his n., k. Ill,Ins Make. Men Crn.?. \ pr. ' t nne ls the ia rial. ? v..rk - lg-, nnd through them the brain. ? I ? in eli miter is a ? ?rn an opposite cause. ?.rime t niter.Hy Statistics. ? legiate t' ' lercmin:- ne man Ire rsi ty; in .*Votl*nd, in Krgland, one in 5,000. A Thanksgiving lliiinir. leary aatiBg li moally the first cause I itttacks indarrie ?iii'tnhriinra lining the Hom* rvet of the ttomach, ? 'Sting, hesrl* . sour ri li nally . rresand ?urah. Ko-lol (ure* indices il i, ali stomach Heel | using and the glands of stomach.?An ducin irrah '.ion at Fleming A Clark's legligee shu ti*, stravk hats, lawns, etc, 181 MU wi Iii, cal coi ntl cl Hr Co III Big Ilk, bat Kc; \ lill' lill ? ml I chi I inn pell thn .vai wa* late min thn -lim coin mer is si etti timi Pm I. teat: loll nini Wassel We would like to ask, through Hie col timm of your naper. If lhere is any per? son who has used Oreen"* August Flower for the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia Hinl LISSI Troubles thal lins not been cured?and we silo mean their results, such as sour stomach, fermentation of food, habitual coitiveneas, nervous djs pepsin, headaches, despondent fi -ness?in fact, any trouble coo? nil led willi liie stomach or liver? Thi*. medicine has bam sold for ninny years in ?ad countries, sad we wish to ' om -[Mind with you anti send you one of mir hooks free nf cost. If you never tried - til hollie tint : known of itt failing. If so, something more torlea! is the miller wiih you The SS cent size bas Jeal bsm Introduced 'his ><-.ir. Ilagalai size 75 At all dragg S, Woodbury, N. .1. A luau of one idea isn't so bad if the iden ls food. (illili td Hiles arter 40 Vesrs. Mr (. limey, of (hm,'va, Ohio, had tin pi;,., fsjt forte yaam Doctors and dollars could du him no lastiiil' Dewitt's Witch Basal Salts cured him permanently, invaliiableforcuts. burns, soi lim, lacerations, amarna, letter, tall rheum, ami all oilier skin diseases. Look for the name De Wilt OB the package all others are chenp, worth'i-ss counter? feits.?Anderson Dru In thobosbsboboto chiropodist area a woiiiaii is forced to nek now ledge the corn. (liainbirl-iiiis* Stomach ami Liter Tab? lets. Try them When ymi feel dull after eating. When you have no appetite, When you have a bad taite in the mouth. When your liver is torpid. When your bowell are constipated. When you haven headache. 'Alien you feel billions. will improve your appetite, cleanse and ioTigorsle your stomncb and your liver ind bowels. For 'i Drug Co. "Kolx*rt caudal -/allusion" il I se for a bobtail lln-h. ? klh> "'Iv l-ers Kiters, ron will fl i ow, v. nu ur. ..trow? el: ju-t (noach tale. fiimoiis pills do not gripe, but nov,- thc bowels gently nnd easily, lei.in.itig lbs liver. Their tonic clTVct .-? Bgth I" lin- gfanda, preventing i ni ii i n of the disorder.?Anderson Drug NotbiDg ,1'siroys some people's mein ry- like doing them a favor. (lue Minute Cough (uri* s (he only harmless cough cure that ives quick relief. Cures Coughs, Colds, ?toop, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, 'netiinonia, Asthma, HaUrippe and all lima!, Chest mid I ung troubles. I got ?ked bv rsin, says Gertrude K. Fenner, lillirie, lad., nnd contracted n severe lld and cough. I failed rapidly. My druggist recommended One linnie Cough 1'ire. Thc first bottle rooght relief; several turn! BM. m k io my old weight, Ml lbs. Om linnie Cough Cure cuts the phlegm, re* ey,- the c nigh at once' draws out In* iiuination, cures croup. An ideal re? edy for children.?Anderson Drug Co The man who always wants) the most ?r his inoii'-y should never prop woman who jars the -enies at less Hum 0 pooods. I'li'siciaiis Prescribe lt. Many brood iniii'led physicians pre nnil Tar. as they ? r found so safe and reliable a inedy for throat and lung trouble* as 1 nu di, inc. Sold hy ll. C. Crute. Though the man of pti-h may lie in 0 rear you onn't keep him there. Aiivioiis .Moments. , ot Hie most anxious hours of a Hiller's life arc those when the little es of the household have the croup, ure is bo oilier medicine sn effective in is terrible malady as Foley's Honey and ir. It ls a household favorite for mat and lung troubles, ind as it con ns no opiate* or other poisons, it can safely ! by II. C. Crute. Many a broadclcth man owes it la hi iiriiii-'e willi a calico woman. (sui hui! rbis ls nat a gentle w-nl?but when ii think how liable you ari not to pur? ine the only remedy ii ni vt nally known 1 n remedy that has bad the largest e of sny medicine in the world Nj for toe earl ami treatment af optica and Throat and I.i.ng troubles ih..ut losing iii great popularity all BO, you will lie thankful we lad ymir attention to Boschec's German There are so many ordinary Iga remedies made hy druggists and icrs that are coori anti cheap for light d*. perhaps bu. for severe Coughs, rachitis, Croup?and especially for there is difficult lectoralion and coughing during tbe 1 mornings, then* is BOthlag i! in Syrup. The M cent tim - i.i en' introduced this year. ijular size 75 cents. Al All druggists. - the woman who manages lier iSaad BDd keeps the secret fruin light Hats lin Mis Hack ? ur.'l willi two application, of HIt.Ii ve nail Hone Liniment, lt will cure -.nu. nelli .* Minor It'ik lo.. Kl, lom,imI. Virginia, ,-iiiK four N' rv. Bon* Liniment on my bark and lind I! i like ii el.arm. For eliflit dnv? I lnnt ii mi my I,nek niel .oiliii not fl r two appUeaUosa 1 sar, sow eel sat] ts ines. Very truly yours, K. r. m.ni k.i. North View, V*. ? ld by While A Co. and Wlrmlon linne lo. mr linc af footwear for ladies sod Idrcn is complete. Fleming A Clark. .Iiniipeil on I Ten Penny >all. he little daughter of Mr, .J. N'. Poweli ipe.l mi an invirted rake made of ten ny nails, snd thrust one nail entirely ?iiLili lur foul snd a second one hilf through. Chamberlain's Pain Bslm applied and five minutes r the pain had disappeared and no e suffering was experienced. In c day* IBO child was wearing her I ?* usual and with absolutely no alts fort. Mr, Howell is a well known chant of Forkland, Va. Psln Bslm ic and heals such Injuries tout maturation and in one-third the : rr.piired by tbe usual treatment ssle by Tin- Winston Drug Co. mum's clothing fit, snd are guaran i le, quality and workman . i. Look at samples at C. M. Walker Prices tbe most reaso nable H. D. Cobh, agent. In, I FL. I ten mg OUi lon knoik What iou are Taking When yen tale Ii. - Chill Tunic bseBOSS Ile I'ii. ilia la plainly printed mi every hm tlc showing that it ls simply Iron am! QbIbIBC iii a ta-!e iii. No i ute, Nu I'm. IS mole, A -un-cure for in-omiiiiin is to have willie OOO knock on the do,.,- nnd tel) you to get np. ive Hromii-ljinniiie'lul a cold in .mc day. No line. No Hay. cents. Lamm's clothing mm pb your while lo look over ai Walker and - ll I) I '.?Hi:, Hgt 1,1 Notlrel The mercantile partnership ol H. B. Hiruovv .ii C.,., composed of ll. K Banoo an,I (. A Dunlop, i- fr. in :!.: the sih day of October, 1902, dissolved hy miilual coiigent. The said l. A Dunlop, boeing withdrawn anti halag no longer a iin-inU-r of said linn. The linn, however, will still Im ci in the name and -lyle of H. li Barrow .V: Co , alni ;is-ui!ies nil the obi I ind indebtedness ol the linn of which <; a Dunlop was a member. - th,* prim "f om i, every pair warranted Fleming & Clark. la Grippe Cough nf pure i, Horehound on eiirih 'or i .? linn Iii.?? bl**. Larne bot and Winston linne t'<>. The average doctor's priviilt* opinion of the medical f sterility wouldn't show up well in print To (urea (old in (Inc l-.n. Take Laxative BfOOBO QololOOTablets. All druggists refund the ninney if it fails tu cnn*. B. W, dora's signalers is mi each box. "i") cents. Women can't drive nails hut when it BOOsmta driving baifOlOSabs has the sterner sex beat a block. Cures ItltHiil Poison. curt* |aoiaotoad of too worst earn by taking four tn sixteen bottles of ll. H. .nu- Blood Balm). Have yon tehes in hones or joints, ulcers, emp? tions, scrofula, Bom mouth, mocOOUS blotches, rhiiniiiii-iii, oileiisive catarrh, falling hair, festering eating BOfSO, BOO* (Br, eopiier-eoloreil spots'.' I hen 11. I!. H. will heal every sore, make Hie blood pure mid rich, timi stop every adie. H. M. H. testetl thirty years and cures ?spu ?nilly ll.. Druggists ri. Trial treatioaot frae bj ivritnig liioisi Balm Oompaoy, Alioota, ia. Medical adv ne given tree hy ex ii'its on blood pi?i-oii. Write Imlay for nh iee anti trial treatment. Hold hy ll. C. ("rutc, Druggist. A philosopher says lt la littler to ?* done than in hail company; hu nen arc in had ennpaiiy when tiny ,re alone. Pixie Nt-i ie ami BSOS Union ul . arth fm ri., uiiuiii-iii. praia* iii,rt nil i nailed fur Imlli mn niel I Hine .i i e. ..ni Winston Urine io. (iii ymir fall suit imw. Fleming iV 'lark fomaotm a m. Hs bi piss imw li exhibition. Slop Th.il Cough HOT S lt Slops JOH. I'i .Syrup lil cure ii, ns sambar* will testify, n lt Um -t SS earth. Larne boll ll - .'lute ,1 Co nie! Win-Inn Lruir to. (lo.('aits are "all the go" for going Hoyne BOO ple.i-e you in pi iee lld style. Die Best Prescription for Malaria hills and Fever i- B hollie of IJ io iv l - AS'i BLOBS Cimi i, TtiMf. It is simply on anti qololoe in a (a o cure, No pay. Prim VI cenls ? s r,/*s ij1 .\/kS *./*/?/* sr Anderson Drag Co.'s SXXXXXXXXXXXZZXXZZZXZXXSr Compound Svrup WHITE PIM' WITH TAR. (lol Oil Bl Bl I' Tm bi ta Large Bottk - r ii ii - ? rori n ss jti^f /. H. HUBBARD. Mssoo Merchant, CE DEPOT and FARMVILLE. AT RICE ll Hine of Hardware, Dry Qaeda, Iroeertes, MTU l-Vcl, in fad sissy thing for general usc in BOOBS hold and BO thc farm. Just Received ?ar-lnad lobs, Flour and Mill Feed: also a car of Thornhill Wagons, TIIK BBtfl MADK. AT FARMVILLE ur, Mill l-"'l. Oom, I! t ?and? General Merchandise. solicit ymir patronage, s, lion paid to the sale of tobacco, giv tn the name mv 0070 H utlon. Respectfully. W. H. HIBBARD. A l( i nhl -.?rt lo u w 111 ?ii,: I beti Mal It w taoa Dnl mei Dark Hair u I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for s great many yesrs, snd al? though I sm past eighty yesrs of sge, yet I have not s gray hsir in my head." Geo. Yellort, Towson, Md. We mean al! that rich, dark color your hair used to have. If it's gray now, no matter; for Ayer's Hair Vigor always re? stores color to gray hair. Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long; and it stops falling of the hair, too. SIM * toni*. All lr.nl*** If ynr dnifri-itt eann..t tupi.ly ynu, send ii- one il..I Ur ami ?? aili etprea* you a Isit! le. lu- tare and rive tb.* name Ot your ueareat eiiire**, office adair***, J.e. Ak; lt co., Lowell, Mas*. CALL A ml get oar prices on. BARB WIRE WIRE and CUT NAILS. Just received in Car Lots. AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS. 3. M, Walker & Sons. ARMYILLE GRADED and UGH SCHOOL . . . Session of 9 Months in all Grades. in thc ll l< ill SCHOOL subjects ndlad sis Penmanship. History, Literature, anguagc. Mathematics, Science, the Jinan Body and Laws of Health, rilim; and Speaking. I. rm- in tba moil SCHOOL r session of nine months. H BABB M. gun. M.A., I'M. H., I'riin ipili. i. \ i Mao. M. (XIX, U . I* kl I ? . ?? Cross? 'oor man! He can't help it. i's his liver. He needs a vcr pill. Ayer's Pills. T Want your moustache or bearii a beautiful brown or rich black ? Use Buckingham's Dye N.lhg, NH .most Everything :arriace*tsaddlery -in run-, 1JSP0RTATI0N LINE, ??xii* pt locomotive* anil a lea tn* ?I be IUND AT MY STORE. have tin- l ? -, W agunta, ?etnas, Harness, fTartdanTJ. ami all s"f Horse Goods '"inforlahlc lin? ter. A good boree blanket for your nsl will bs eppmeaetsd liy iiim in ice. ODting Season is od Now. . | --nt of :i nice gun ill niske him Ii untie for your in at. Thom who tsiuvrht a "Su|**rior tickled over J'idg it and it* Hm.- I J. F. WALTON.