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- - i i ?nt the that he ' ha I nm\. i ll mir ' ? IIKIUS Ml I'lKSI.NJIS. Ili,umi ill is up* i cart biiv. prompt Mr. r. I. I Inti tiniomt, ind reis shall lu ru I, il you ? -Ifni iv ? ??I' tl," |>lir] ? ?. uni vi iii I We inn' ri.i,l t" see mit mi the i-l Int-.lay Mi. J. Vf. \\ .. . nt bis iv n. Iher, Dr. J"- i? I ? lenton, nf in, Hon. .1. I). I We mi itt' attention to the ad ?tandan! Dr. Mi eal and timmi Richmond, announces cen "f Hr. ember Dr. V. j morn? ing tn al Dr. J. C. 1 bnitii ? MIk* Ouldie Wal thal I, of Hampden l lllls),I Villi. A tm ?iii mlv. fm one i inls i>f ii han I nilli" - ' A I,"lilli'., iii mi Tuesday <"i a ft w da*. 8 \ i-it tn Kick mond and the Jameatoa position. Mr. A .. with the I, Drug *'"., has rein: i Mr. Hamilton, who : tn Mr. Stl leveral months, will return today t" ii* home in <" ? I vvhliil till (iiniiJi announce 'or the loth oi November will ba uni* the lii-tury "f local entertain i t" at I'tnl it Invited ' ni,, w. ii. mch irdson and Capt. Druraeller, was thal !?? not think, how surroundings "1 the < 'onfeder itf monument hai i been lm| ? md yet Hlgl jem. Tht' ladies of the ' ' burch -/ill entertain next Thursday ri he armory with Hallowe'en party. Vmi art- promised an Interesting time n company willi the spirits of dark refreshments will tu? rill the whole, Includli . Will bf "li Pr. NV. M. Ilolladay, who bsa been ' II fur ti taken las; lay lu Richmond l trent impanled by Mrs. v. her mother, Mrs. Kniily anil Dr. i ills. Al Inst BO ?uiiiits Dr. Holladay'a condition was; lory t" the ph- ' ?. rh ur sd Wa. 7th. Fred Emerson Brooks, iuni..ri*-: I bute's drug lint'. Tuesday morning, Nov. 6th, com? ment Course no addi '. i umi,lt-. J'be must unfurl ti , ? "pie "il this earth are lie grumblers. They roi> hmm et) "I it- 'I -elli's pie in , easonable circuinstai ,,r house, while the licti Among the "li soldlera a ho wenl atti Tuesday t" attend tb nu,rn al Jamestown wera: Mi Hilbert, < sptaln 8. W. I'an- ' ? \. i; Venable, .lr., J"lm ' ll Davis, l. U. Outbrle, ' : \. i borne, Nh- I han Hell, J. W ? nn om* ... .Ins. Chick, t,m, Bill Aile i, .'"iii Fraiak , \,Innis mill "V. .'. ."is v . Warning. niiel imt tu hunt ii ihf lands ?t ihe undersigned. Our ? .,ii them wlli i i ieult willi according 1 .1 \V W'.vt v. K Vf. r NN ii J. .1 I Like Nutice. I .uni nu om i tu linni on il undi illy, A. l;. Viv vin which pr->?: ? 'uv i- for tin rn great, bul a- a nie they soon begin to shrink. llftoH l,i|l!illiil. i iv ii co "ii the ni in ol Januai v 2 ith, *in.t end mot . lm Banka, ths wo? rn in u ho bad , ired foi him as a moth it lust been apprehended and 1. Jills Wlls lieeoln -luviile, and Kheri ff Dickinson left Wad nigh) tn bring tbe prisoner lo I "rt in I here isn't ? doubt as to the Identity "f i.-'vi . confessed t' ? a lm made tbesrrest He . itely t" I ?nil? li nial at the November timi ut emin. An Indlctioenl , . : bim soon after the shoot ? ie I at .',, i lepri -mail children. fi"in Farmville, where bf is s,.,?| p> have purcl . uni a pah of brass :ii ni Hrs. Annisli'ii:!. Kum-, Va., int 22, '07. th, nt about 6 o'clock A. M., this neighborhood was ii "I Mrs. Amanda B. A rmi-U nd. NN bile she was not c ,n flned i" lui bcd, she had baan ti great suderer for some tine, but shs 'sire vi Ith ' inisuan fortitude, until the summons from mi high came tn take ber home, where there will be nu inure p in nor death. Mi-. Ann;-',, ii u ai ni ber 7'Jh I by all with wlimn sin- came in contact, bs she was a true . kimi hearted and accommodating, ami labored faithful? ly fur those anum! her. She leaves - and three sisters tu in,'inn her l"s-. Brie vms buried at Cumberland Church by the snit- ni - and. Willi Ibm whodo*tll all thins Ti,er, A. I h. Victoria. I his young eil is ? rapidly. , warc houae, butcher shop, barber simp ami iv an' going up mi differeul squares, ami the music hammer make Hiv welkin rinu umi planing mills an humming, work about the new depot progresses, the fia! chute has bean finished. Mer* if laying in car lots ami pro a iiiii arord of tbe hour. - iine; ami contracts for a -ie making. ie doubts that the division shops of tiif Virginian railroad will bi located and added to the timber interests must oombine lu make h toa nt.'. ? lins is i ht- recognized metropolis of Lunenburg and everybody is watch lb i ASIONAL. ri This Anynay. Here is a simple home-made mix given by an eminent authority ni Kidney diseases, who makes the statement in a New York dally news? paper, thsl it will relieve almost imy ease of Kidney trouble if taken before . ol Bright's disease. IK- stnt. j inptoms Hs lain, pam in the side, frequent di ? lally nt Dight, painful ind discolored urination, art- readily 1 Ipe; try lt: Fluid Extract Dannel I om pound Kalgan, one ounce i L'ompound Syrup ? three lintis. Takes leasponiul afti -,id at bedtime. known druggist hf if In town i itv that these Ingredients are nil har , ,; home by shaking well in a bottle. This mix , ilinr bealing uni ing effect upon the entire Kidni i imarv structure, and often overcomes - ul Kheumatism in just a ittle while. This mlxtu ill blond diaordara and cure nnatism by forcing (he Kld ieya to Hiter and strain from Uh- blond mil system all uric acid and foul,da ;om posed waste matter, whlob rj it you aren't well. lt Was A Dray,. Ws b ' inewhere the (bl? owing good stun: Two gentleman in tbdi way to church wars discuss. og neighborhood affairs < Ins remtirk ?d to the other: "I presume you have leard of the arrival at the paraonaga boy?" replied ins companion. "I inderstand Hie parson is rei-y proud md thankful for it. I tfuess he is also hankful foi the liberal donation bia ii,ni gave him recently.'' "I wonder which he will mention irst this morning?" "Why, the donation, of coi' 'Mil WBgei a new hat that lu . first." 'iii go von.'' J his is a section of the] ?r thai morn) "O Lord, we thank rhee fur this lately - - lt was a draw. Ihe bet was declar ll ult'. In union there is strength is a say ng as old a* it is tine, lt doesn't pay "litary. lt I ni it is ruinous to any lealtby growth of ,i ghboily. i.m't sponge Upon each tither but be .ml helpful. NVe cannot li\e ii un bread alone. Tbs broth if hun, , noble thought tu Ul priu-t; ?tlly ll j lu i, ? thing about i reputation is what a lue time you could have Ifyou didn't. . ber cliff k to I ublic It'i . really do it when me i round. tai an elopement n usually means a blggi iff in ths nea in the other raj. What i* hume without I A newly married man prob irmor round her. I bas started many man un the mad tu the Slmsho ra of tba man who in always larpinn about honesty behm thi I he w ire less has leaped the seas anil ou eau whisper fiom r-lmre to shore. Ii:ii|tiliill-l!,illilliiili' tin the bili it Bobbi isiah, ths hi.? ot ths i * pan md Mrs. J. I H. Baltimore, Miss Minnie Murkland Baltimore, became the bi i le ol M r. urville Francis Leighton, of Coving* Ington, Va. Tha decorations of white ami green tasti f n ll % bi -I* e.,Ill bined lo make this imp ; ol beauty. Nt half-] asl ths biii.il party vi . Into tba beautifully decorated parloi by thc strains of tbs wedding march, as bil? low*: Mr. Chas. Minter, of liuv ulina, ami Mis* libel Baltimore,Mr. Walter <'amit;,fis and Mi-* Virgin) i I more, Mr. David Dre?ier,of Allegheny, and Mun Daisie Jamison, Mi. Werner Kalthnort, of Kosnoke, I i ,i. Mr. C. L. Ball nf ihe bude, was bes! man, and Miss ll iltimore was tn i Mr. J ll. Jamison w as n monies, Mrs. c. j . i ll| pm j layed ths g march. The groom with Ins bast maa, ami the bruit- with dei maid "! hu,mr entered, and st"",I I wiiite flow* v. j. B. DeBerry, came fur ward ami united them according to the ritual of the M. E. Church, ami ii i mat rim mini lm e ami promise, until death do us i art, ? the prays! thal their lives might be one ol happiness, and their path strewn willi fl The bruie waa elegantly ntl white silk, carrying asbowei bouquet of rarechrisanthamums, white nm: Bvpargaus rems. Her minis wore pun white. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mr*. Leighton left fur Karmi Hie, where ok the live o'clock train foi Jamestown Exposition, where they will remain a few days returning via home of the parent- to theil hume in Asheville, North Csrolius, where Mt. (.leighton is a popular conatruction foreman on the Southe rn K. K. ut (hat ride I* one "i < umber land's most popular young ladlee. Hhs has many friends w ho wish her hsppl Im-iil iNhus Iliirty-THii Years Agu. ? hi Saturday last during B storm the lightuingstruck stn to tha residence of Wright Barb Farmville. Mr. Barber, a bo a ed mi ins verandah blow from one of the splinters, sndmsy gratulated thai it wan mt fatal Dr. Jamison, ol Kinmond, writes Hs follows : "NN f had a very III mun from the Kt v. Mr. Has Fanni Illa. 11 ls rustler a bs 11 ry, very, very good, Text: Touch me not, for 1 have not ascended He will make i is mark one day. Mrs. Mary E. Mottley died at her residence In Bichmond Monda*, of last I .billi Morris, deceased, ol Buckinghan, and leveral j resided In Farm? ville where ?he was highly i- ? Mis. .-mah E. Mcilwaine died ii PetersbOIg ln*t Monday She ? Wife of J. li Mel I va aim Esq., ami daughter of tbe I il Kemi, Esq., "I I iniir lill nill be sincerely mourned bj a Imst il t'lt-mls in I iirin vii le. (Farrr Tba ninety-ninth comraencemenl at Hanipilen-Siiliiey B ?! ind ly. lune '.th, when Hie bBCCS nun wu* preached by tha Kev. < ll Bead, D. D., of Bichmond. < in Friday last, a team "f hoi "ii.'inir t" Mr. Miifon Bal ne, took fright and lu lied doa n Man ?mashing the wagon and playing the lichens generally. 1 Fann io Wednesday evening the tilth, Mrs. Virginia O. Booker, wife or Col. Kiehard A. Bookal Died mi Sunday night, JuneiMth, .barlas Edward NVitt. infant sun ol ? i Winston, aged 8 months and ii days. "It is wall with the I Juli.'? Last Thursday night tbe Owathmey ? .in milen front this town, wa [truck by lightning and totally de troy ed. ( bas. Kui;;.', Esq., i? hui inn t lol ph House painted throughout pre laratory of taking , ths 1st Inly. The Revival Services. The re\ hal san leas a hich hs inducted st the Methodist Church foi bc pilsl ten days ii ,-ed \N eilm ? lav light, ami another d an last ii^ht at the Baplisl < hill'-h. Ihe meetlngfl winch ended with lay nigh! - at the iietbodlst ('bur,-b, vifa- among tin? iest helli in Farmville forman] fhe Christian men and women went arntstly tu WOt*k, and vi ? ,y many sinners being brought to a avlng knowledge ol their Lord. Dur u? the 1 irs.t wttk, Kt-v. UcOlge NV. "ties, of Norfolk, preached, bul on icemnit of Indisposition bs returned to ns honif on Friday afternoon ?. < . Hatcher then conducted th Dg each Dight until its clo At the Baptlal < burch, the pasha lev. II. M. I ,v Kui. J. J. Hurt, nf Ark Deafness I annul BS < Brad ry local applicationi cannot each the diseased portion of tl litre is nilly one a i i mai is , . lUonal medics. I '? by an nflamed condltiou "f the mucouslin ni: ut the Eustachian I ube, When in* tube i* i ii il an ied you hsvearumb ing sound or Imperfect hearing, and rheo it is entirely closed, he result, and Unless the inllamma iken mit and tb ; io it* normal condition, hear ni: will bf destroyed forever: nine i by ( atarrli, itu,ii i- UOtbllUI but an inllaui, item of the mucous Burl ? n\ e aili glvs ' ins Hundred Dollar* ni any ? M d bj atarrbj that cannot be cured bj itarrh < ure. Send for iiicu ars free. '. J. Iii i Hold by Drua*gists, lake Hall's laiinly Pill for ? Itch cured in '?" mlnuti - Hillary Lotion. Never fails, sid by H. C. CrUiS A < "., Dr.. Hi. !*? The Hm Nh,un (iradi:.! Idasat I H-bool at Worsbam i on Mondaj w nh . i pupil*, ian the lii*l d ? I. amt rollmcnl rea. ] ii j Hs enrolled. Jin* - Include pupils from sc.i I mic do/en wbn la Btiended tba two room school nt Hampden-Sidney. .- menU a ill probably bs mads . these may attend i sham sfbiHil, which will run the en? rollment to over 100, a Ith ms ir.n yet to' ill I ited Into thi* new th we-room sd ina Ii. "il at i m-Hid ne j, with , "f al,,, in sehool it ? ut 17: h one-room al I brock, with about 11, ami a one-room scboul at Worsham, with ? i io Worsham, ami will haul about SS to 80 children. Tba oilier wagon sturts at Thtock, and will haul about l . children. -i-hool ollicials aili nitertsled pal rons, wini made this new venture with some trepidation, aa tin: that tiny did liol erect ii foul ro.iii building, lhere is talk of rent ttra room at NN'or-lutiu ami putting ni a fo rth (cacher, and this will be done ii tire conditions justify it J he new school is prettily bleated mi about two acres "f ground, being the "bl Courthouse grounds, with nice ?I graSS I ht se LToilnls vi ill i up ami nicely cleaned, ami i bf separate play-grounds fm the boys and girls. The leschen Hie Mr. W. Tulane Atkin*. who irrad? iated with high honors at Hampden -idney la-i rajMsion;and Misses Mamie Fowlkesand Edith Duval, graduates ol' ll mil. pupils ("mi Bedford county ami one from Millbank arc attending S.M.I. New High School Opened. I h.- new tiiiir-rumn Behool building it Klee Depot was opened last wuk with approprl ? I a law s*atharing of ti pupils, patron* and other friends of the M-hool. Dr. McAllister snd Judge A. l>. Wat? kins were both detained Hi linnie and heir absence was much regretted. Superintendent J. ll. Davi nlk to the par.-nts ami eili/e rratulaUng them on the success of their 'Hort* to prm idf a high school for their ?bidri'ii, ami urging them to continued uteresl i dion. Mi. li T. Bonduranl aleogavean .1 ineh wns greatlj A Citizens Behool Improvement l.ca :i Mrs. B. H. < ar era* president, and a District leach irs1 il ani/ed willi \of. Korners as president. Pro/. Somers is ably a*-. ? Hiern. Ihe enrollment promli :,, di iiiand ii fourth tine her. All of tbe districts in Prince Edward irs now prov nled with 11 i l: h schools ixcept Buffalo. . 11.. I l: -lets,,,. Hal all stvii fleming .v lurk! Citizen Keplies tn LinincJIiiian HaH.J Herald: Well, ona brothel rn tbe Council has "stood up" in tba erson of our nervy Mr. Wall. When read lu- enid l.a-t week In the Her lid. I b it tbnt I must surely bs tbs ?chief nf sinner*," thal "such aa I bould write anything thal would in my way turn out to bs a ri i|Hin Hus purely u n-i 11 i -11 Council. dealt in nereonalitlaa, and la Imated that only the good people vi? ed for bim, sud that be was criticised a- I ." I bal be it BS not oil he Council fur "loaves," and it made ne feel thal tte was not reading on 'bread ami fish" imt wa* eating knew not uf, in! thal he had gotten BO pilled up ,nd mighty that "such as i" could nit iii any w av view iii* nib,nil actions. As regards thepood people putting um in office I may bs allowed to say bat the result of the recent primary muli indicate that the eySS of BOtnS f the good people have been opened, i alee lhere weie a g.I many ''back? biters." \- to bow he has voted winn ,|iH's ioiis have come up in the Council incline;* |q which bc wa-, personally Qterested doss hs feel ipiite sure . lint his aili,iii lins been.1 lins be ?iI lection of benn.' in any meet rig, and niter using hil ll imt by argument ? in- excused from - ea as ersonslly Interested'.' Whi is nerve than? ami whose i-uuld hf look to iir*t .' Would hid pocket nerve ' i d ' Are he ml his supporters so good, more Dian iota! .' I* bs sltogathar si .nat position lu- took in December teeUng, 1804, when ths question of llowing the foutilry 'pbOOS t" havf IO tbe Corp tate li The law quoted in my fornii I ill imt be "di ur indirectly" "Interested" in ?uti willi Hit- town. Has mit the ah-r ? h the iwn'.' Dora Mr. Wal 1 not oonslder iract iii full brea? NVhat nilli Ile say wt re the ? omni! , franchise to another coinpa y to supply water in the town '.' lindi he then be "bot or cold" or ne of ti ? I w ill now ask if it is not the duty f the i ommonwealth'a Atti" ring the Court's attention to this latter. a violation of law, ? have the mattel remedied? ('all ir the booka and see bow many coim ilmen own Stock in franehi-t- of the sion. I do n, iv right as a "citizen" if the editor of ' iatslgnatnre. Whan I think it ne I will give you my 'eiititle icil. and until I do think il irv I will still be an humble Cn ? My child wa- bumed u rriblj . neck mid I ippllsd trie Oil. 1 be pain md the child -auk into ll -bep." - Mn. Nancy M. li I umbu g, If. N A trot ?lift. THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. Marni, a l.lrl. lt* *?y; , womanly way, ' That nlway? iwm.,1 la with . and i-arm-at ia Minn* andr ? | ?ant; ? irrayisl, ' 'ne - ivan for ll I' to do fl kllnl act to - no does mi I.kc you. nany houses beautiful and costly thal thc yoong folks are not permitted to open tin m. Who does not Ilks a "good morn In" rt? lt makes the whole day brighter. No mattel boa coarss the garb of ths i the true heatly Wh I high? er than the heartless smile of the must aristocratic and iocIbI aequaln I rue politeness ls tbe comer stone I is une of the most un portent of human life, lt onosjsts of frankness, cordiality and gantleoess toward our follow creatures. BeauU fill in Us truth nnd simplicity, the lirst that youth should learn end the inst that aire should forget. It le one th big to go about our life work ai 'em duty, ami an? other to go about it in a way tb make i Mitti ourset ? ry body about ti* happy. To be pleasant is a oonsumatlon that lies within the pow? er "f ev erv ons "f u*. I" be gnat is thc ment of the few. There ls nothing that sits so gracefully upon a bright woman as gentlem annies*. The greatest Intellect the Lord ever struck from out the etern? ities is devoid of charm without the gift of affability and iweetni manner. The InctN) nf Home. A man has no right to enter b lour with a Cloud upon his brow ami i temper in ii- heart His coming ihould rejoice his wif* and children. A woman luis bo right to be always somplainlng about little things and -how ing i li-cm i tent Ins thousand wsjrs i mil- Hie children in a constant .late of alarm for fear mother will i fuss about ii. There ihould lever lie a frown at the duititr table, tr at the murnini; t r evening lor should there be Hutt dismal silence hat sometimes brood*, mer ll I ind take* away thc appetite. Food iikeu in sullen silence w ill uol I Ihe bed ami the bunni sbmild always <t cheerful. J lie sleep viii not bc ? neel li ben there nie teal- UpOO tile ? illow . NN'e would be afraid to i child just before the eyes were closed ? i-ii? illy i- greater ipmi Hie parent than upon thi lien. I f the bather is lui mi: ai ?xnionable (?> bis boy- they aili ia nore apt tostaj si home and not wan let off*Into lind companj They would "the old milli." ? mid not be walting im him lo lie -o they would Inherit in* f the mother waa always gentle and lind ami reasonable to hat girls they rou kl love home too areli to make a oneway match or go with iinprinei i.ed young men. 'Make Home Hap* .mill be the wateh-word In , oily, lt is well enough tn hsve he little prayer, "(isl BISSS Our i painted, ur worked mi ' iverhsnging the mantle, but mir Cre ,tor will not tlo for us what we eau io ? Iles. A man without either natural or ul tl vated dvllitj is tlie im.st d - ibis thing in nature outside of a bur loCk or u hedgehog, but a woman rltbout the gift of s gracious ami iloftsant mininer is like the sight of a le-s stalk ni a garden incant o grow i Ahnnt Success. Plenty of work, with good iml increasing prosperity, are tbe efr? ain rewards of faithfulness, Let any ?ming mun start in life with I rminatioi) to put Hie beal bf bas into ry duty, ali if tba best things of life will eventu Otns his own. There is -till ?room at ll e top" and faithful' ne of thc essential condltloni en t. I ni last iii ny sphere of life without a certain egree of piety, in its older and more ?eautiful sense of habitual ravi award nut ti re and her laws. This ls ot the teaching of the Christian re Igton mily, but equally of all religion ml experience of mankind, i ire mor I mainly, moral law Hal to the preservation of a lear bead and sound judgment. Vhoover is no r later lind that he has been sowing ie wind only te reap a whirl-wind. rhich will mar if not wreck hi* hir? am's wile i I try mother remember that owever bumble her home, bo lonotonous her laic, ll sin bing lier children will I iel hive, her faith ami ihey will enter Hie pr. ind that otl ? might not And nut her children nly, but all with vi mtnd, will be Uplifted ami ltl*angth ned by ber purity and Steadfast ut then, tn liva each hour, adi day, ''gathering up tl" giving the kind B*Otd iv mg thought, the tender sympathy, tung (he homely duties that lie Hear? st, aa a daughter of the King, as asea in the royal line of motin mowing that all these things ate ielping to make those who come afier on "better Ireciuse you have I Mian a mund of ml ? 'WealthyPliilaiitliropisl Heals Chicago s Poor. Ml> is hilled (iver the Kem.'trkatile Lures nf a Mysterious Man Whose rccenfricltles are Startling. Strange Stories ar: Told of Quiet Stran ger who Distributes Great Quantities ot Food and Clothing and Cures Disease Without Pay. i-d over a numbai ol remarkable cures which hsve been effected by a wealthy phil? anthropist by the Bama of Cooper. His headquarters st Hie PubljcDrug - besieged with crowds and wi'im ii eager to b l cured of their ills. Cooper ls a quiet, gentlemanly pei smi, with Ku itudent, rather Kian a business man. Hi parentty about thirty-one or two yt ai? lie iir*t cams into public notice by In* philanthropic work among the poor. The large fortune , ile for bim to lil? li il.ute many wagon loads of food ami clothing among those In I curnataucessince his arrival in Chi I he lirst thal was known oft 'oopei'i pow et over db ten Mr. John -tani er, ot 180. Broadway, Cincinnati. < Miio, arno was In this city on but I that ? ooi.cr, the philanthrop? ist, waa ihe - ? ed bi* liic hist March, Hiter he hud been given up to die by lu- phj-steians. Mr Btauber steted that laat Maren Ihe iisim* hail told hun he would mil live until May, a* be w as in a terni,le . on dillon: , Maid lie lindi onsiiuip Hon; he had a nasty cough, with fie iiicnt hemorrhages, dizzy spells, and .Muk thal the least exertion 01 excitement would completely pros Irate lum: tin the stomach and back, and his kidney* were in innl condition. 'Aller my physicians gave ma up," -anl Mi. Manlier, "Ml. Cooper heard 4 mi east uni calli?! to sss ma. Hs left a pecull ii medicine which i inking ami I immediately began to im? prove. My cough stopped, mj nil no longer dutresaca me, nnd my kidneys were in perfect c ndltion. 1 rained seventeen pounds in md today I am as well ns i ?ver was in my A few days after Hus Mr. K. I.. Snl wel I, a Justice of the pence living at B22 Dem bom Street, reported that looper had cured lum uta severe case if stomach trouble w iib i Few i tillar medicine. in* trouble hud bean of long stand : be had tried many >l locton ami ineiliiiiies aitboul ?'rom the lirst dose of Cooper's med I ?inc he I egan to Improve, and ll today iitjj perfect health. J his was billowed by the still mon eiiinrkuble eiire of M r Thomas Wei ?ter. employed at the < 'maha Packing tiinpany, and living at 6210 -mill, Horgan street. Mr. Webster had sui fitd lor years willi pain in Ins slum ich. dizziness, palpitation of heart, lackache, and all other troubles, Hs ame to < looper's headquaru i lb-played sn soot-moos tapeworm, linell bc saul had passed (rom his y sit in aller lie had taken u len ,f the Co,.| ei medicine. Mr. n\ lld all his Buffering had left bim BS f bj niugic, and he fell like a new icing. i ort of these remsrkabli lew through the city like w lld lite, uni liC Drug Store, u lui.- i i making bis headquartei - - le siitteimg from all manner ol barents. The i,by llcisni of the city arc ania/ d nt the work hs is doing, and have ried t" ibaka tbe wonderful Influence er the people, even gmng s,, ?ii a- tn threaten prosscution, I mil accept any rooney for lu* erv ices and doe* not wive mil any ied Iel ne himself, they have muries* to mt, ? created considerable i acnl Bl the expense of the doctors by ?king them why they did not write heir prescription! in English bo their - would know what they iking. ? VV lil? li. Sd thal < o,i|ie[ cannot meet the eo pie personally, he ia receiving an uormous mall, and keeps a larg i sp hi i- employed in arise ei In the meantime stories "i ca continua to pout In. NI rs. li. Fry, liv ing al 182Oak mt luflsred agony for months from heumalism. In telling about li, ?i have had rheumatism foi over irs. lt bas i,ft.|! getting worse MJ year until I have been almost a ripple from it for the past eighteen non tits. I have leen linallie to write ir over three yeats aa the knuckles f hiv hands WCfS M IWOIiCfl I mt f lost- my lingi-rs enuiigli lo Witta. Cvery joint io my body waa In tba ame shape, swollen and Inti ?sinful. The Buffering I i teat to describe. I have seen a doctor Wk for ten mouths and have ? iv to get well. JJ I week i came hare and bought oma of tha Cooper medicines. I Bias old tu emne back in case I did not im irove. I have coine back anyway .just y thankfuli "You sse my hands. Tbs swelling as almost gone. s" ha* tba pain, ll mi will hnil me a pencil I will show ou that I can write." Mrs. I ry isik the pencil and used it readily, 'i u|,I a neighbor who has rheum bout lt. and ene said 'maybe it Isn't inav bs It'i something I told her that until I knew i hat the something i l-e w a- I should esp mi taking the medicine and I ? r to do Uki ed the irmulas of the medicine he ls using rom au aged priest ill ssll ? own m *lld Mexico. J bi elle! S thal holy waler rn - at ii ral element entered Into the! mri lion, daily mil. I mung from art of the State, asking tor ad Tbe philanthropist reads every let rr carefully, and replies ti ? ? .Ivlaing the rt b is spplica h Muliv linn: While hil remarkable cures ai luci loplcofconversation, mani - i . i, money and clothing i amount I I bun ? isl two ind it is undenti od that he ill remain here on I i Ighl Da)- on ii; ii h Ww. Va ? (Many, sprain* .uni Iwi lliiiir- < eradu "III N ml inti the quinsy. My thu Wollan so I could hardly pl he,I ( ham I u Kalin and a short time. In I was all righi itterfourn, Mich., Cbsm Kalin in s liniment and ally valuable for - ?i Drug PRINCE EDWARD CCUNTY. Beck. ian, of l.ni-rciiec Mr. NV. ?lian. I B. Kedfoid, Mrs .1. I.. \N ca? ver. MISS Lotti.' I Mr. Boldrid ail Bttendad tbe -.-it urila-.-. . lltl'II, Of ! int .-linday evening with her si-ler, Mr*. Knby NN ? Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weavet ami Mr. and NI rs. Willie NN , Mrs. J. ( . N|,iring went on a ping tour to I rene Mond Miss I Mi*. Emmett Jenkins for tin ; Mr. ami Mn ' Mr J B. |. | lllsltlllll list fl Mr-. \v H n visit her mother at i'm Mi*s Mj ind NN t-i Innis Maye Moring anil Halide i Oth Mi*. Myrtia NN, md \n H. lay. '? i Mr. kins Mrs I. ll i ; Un. Ida Darlington Heights. Mrs. |, i,umi lo .h;orho..l trending several weeks with raia i Lynchburg. iii Mi? ll' I ill. And bop." iat she i, , Hamilton is vis,nug lends In tbe netgbl or? an!. , report thal Mr. iv I ri*.kill a lm had C , is of ' .1 the iw-mill is unprov mg. . and Mrs. J , , thc lion. I 'laughter, va, Mr. Lliioiic Anderson and Mr. vlug shorter were the guests of Mr. BUCKINGHAM COUNTY. Arcanum. ti, - i I* Niall ( ol Oil Mumbil al t ? I .. conductc : ililli,ol tb, i estimsble woman. i nir ne gib T. M ? has iiiul' lei tim Bl in youri town idei tr ainu nt ol I >r NV I . \ n, lilt u timi is mil muon unpin ? A bord' ? tbe < 'urdsv i i \N . ebditch, i ' ?libiirho.nl r the I wyn a I a- Ilium,d. M iss Pollj ? .ai mil bis goue t" Mat f w s county i" I .1. NN'. i md Ni. c. : ? ii nf i 'burch a* delegate and ni? nnie I, nod wI w .Si'LI-HCK KAI HS ll MK. the Skin and Take Away its liiipin ? Sulphur baths heal HI glow. ,w you don't bavs i" go "i -mt to gel IIniii. Put a n spoonful* of ll NM Ol KS 1,1 I IDHI Dill El ni the bot i I (ht in your own hoi Apply HAM Ot'K - Ll'1' ID I.iii I skill i'i i. ii imiia-. a pei i he N mir is i|. II \M in K H I I'.'l ll' .-I LI'IH K I N I'M EN I i tuples, Blackhesds ami all ii I -ll loll. lil, kill. nu Don't use hamil ; lion ii ali t" ronn? el toniach, c In un, : lumption i' ,in a neglected or unpro| ld I e ni,i-i i pia ? i lin ore than tbe tinki, i y ..i I mt ton Ont nf SI. lit. I lilt ol ?Hied h i. mit ol un Retire t" our i liston ? : Kid not her.