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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - April 1, 1908, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Ice ibo Uit 6�trrpr5f. Accomac court House a. Saturday August 14, 1807. Entered at the Postof Liee it a a Cornac c. H., va., As second class matter. Democratic ticket. For governor .1. Hoge Tyler. Of Pulaski. For lieutenant governor Edward dec idols. Of Sta Uptou. For attorney general a. .1. Mont Agie. Of Danville. The convention of the democratic party of Virginia met in Roanoke at noon wednesday to nominate candidates for governor lieutenant govern it a and attorney general with nearly All of the 1,518 delegates in attendance and was Oiga sized by the election of or. G. D. Letcher of Lynchburg temporary chairman and col. John hell bigger Secretary. Mrk. A. Saunders of Franklin county was made permanent chairman in the afternoon session without opposition. At the night session Hon. J. Hoge Tyler was placed in nomination for governor by or. Carter Glass of the Lynchburg mews Aud at the conclusion of the Lirar seconding speech on motion of Hon. J. Taylor Eliy Sou. Nis Only competitor the nomination of major Tyler was made unanimous. Hon. Edward Echols of Staunton was nominated for Lieut Eraut governor on the second ballot. Tie ticket was completed on thursday of the third ballot by the nomination of Andrew Jackson Montague of Danville for a to Torrey general. The nomination of major Tyler by the Roanoke convention of course was a foregone conclusion Long before the assembling of Bat body Aud will be received with great satisfaction by the people of Virginia. is in closer Totie with the great body of the people of Virginia perhaps than any Man in Public Hie to Day. is a Man of the people being a Farmer and known Aud beloved by them. is now Aud has always been in Accord with them of the Money question being one of the pioneers of free Silver As Well As in other important matters they favor and he is nol Only in Accord with them but is pre pared to serve them being fully equipped tor All the duties of the responsible position. That the people will elect him As their next governor of course no one doubts. The other nominees of the ticket Are Young men of Fine Char Meteraud excellent ability whom every demo Erat in the state can Aud will give t heir Earnest and Hearty support. The mercantile agencies report a Gratifying improvement in business conditions All Over the country Aud say that better times Are surely Abend of us Aud at a distance not very Remote. They base their opinions on the Good prices being realized for wheat Cotton and other farm products. And everyone will agree with them that it is coming from the right direction. Good prices to the Farmers Means Prosperity to everyone else and our Farmers surely have reason t it be encouraged at the present Outlook and to some extent Are Able to verify the predictions which have been made. The business depression which has existed with us for years is certainly not so great As it Lias been Aud evidences of returning Prosperity Are reported in other sections of the stale. It is a real pleasure to record such an instance As that reported in the following paragraph of the Danville Register of the 5th inst the improvement in business which has been noted in other parts of the country is now apparent in Danville and is becoming More Ana More noticeable As the Days pass. All who have occasion to borrow Money recently have found it fur More at. Tui Able than a year ago. In fact Money is now plentiful and can be Luid abundantly and at reasonable rates on Good Security whereas less than a year ago it could not be Hud on any is this All. The tendency to hold Money is steadily disappearing and Lias been succeeded by a tendency to investment Imd to a resumption of Industry. Aleu Are enlarging their business making additions to their plants Aud and forming new enterprises. Already several have been noted. It is not a Boom but a Mere steady Normal growth that premises to enlarge and continue. There has been Money to invest All along but those who had it were afraid to risk it under discouraging erudition. Mow however discouraging conditions have passed away and there is Money to be made. It is being made the Exun sir. Of business freon All will feel the impetus of enlarged Trade All save the drones to whom Good times and haul times Are alike unprofitable. Torney general Taylor Scott and Aud the announcement was expected Shock to the people of state As it was generally thought As on the Way to recovery from track of . Lie was known throughout the state to the people of the Eastern e especially because of the mania which he handled the Poco a sound Boundary question he was a Man of great ability be seems to deny and Liis record official will compare favourably stated with tie Best the state Over had. Congressman Otey of Virginia a Progress. Tie congressional record of August Atli. Contains an interesting Speerli from representative Otey of this state in which Many facts arc set Forth to shown the Progress of Virginia. It is shown that tie state is making great headway in the cultivation of tobacco. In 1875 it occupied eighth place in the list of states while in 1s0 it it Lead advanced to second place Kentucky alone being it the Lead. Virginia also according to representative Otey stands second in the list of Oyster producing states having no less than $0.500,6 10 invested in that Industry. The Mineral output is shown by Huu to be increasing every year and still More so Are the lumber end Agri cultural interests of the state la the matter of manufactures or. Otey shows that interest to be steadily Quot of the increase its product Lor 1800 being placed by Liim at $100,000.000. La referring to tie moral religious and educational status of the people of Virginia he shows that �15 per Cut. Of tie population idol Diug lie Groes Are a Uttieri. While tie average throughout the United states is Only �8 per cent. That the census of 1800 shows that two persons out of every 1.000 of tie population Are divorced while in Virginia Only Oue out of 1.000 has appealed to the courts to dissolve the marriage vow. To less than 22 percent of the population attend school and one third of tie people of tie state Art recorded As Church communicants. asserts that while Virginia is Only fifteenth in population it leads forty six states in the ownership of a lurch property Aud seating capacity la Virginia the percentage of Chiw a Unis to each 1,000 is three while in Massachusetts for instance it is seven. In fact or. Otey presents a splendid showing of thu state s condition in All matters touched by him a Roku which much Good should come. A Norfolk virginian. Skit i of the next inventor. Major j. Hoge Tyler no Iii a de by the democrats for governor of Virginia is a native of Caroline and a son of the late George Tyler who lived a Long and useful life Aud was highly respected Aud honoured by a people of his county. The major comes of the Best old Virginia Stock. was a very Young until when tie War broke out hut went into the Confederate service and made a record of which lie nun family have cause to be proud. After the War he went to Pulaski county to live and has spent tie major portion of his life there. Hail a loudness for agricultural Pur suits Ami made a Success at farming. took naturally to politics Aud participated actively in the demo i Ratic campaigns. was Cut tithe state Senate in 1877. During his one term there lie became a Leader in the retrenchment movement Aud was largely instrumental in securing tie passage of measures cutting Down exp uses Aud reducing the tax rate. saw no More of Public service until 1888, when he was made lieutenant governor Aud served out his term with distinction. was a member of the debt commission and of other important committees. Since he retired from the lieutenant governorship be Lias spent a quiet life of his Larm at East Radford. Major Tyler is a Man of charming manners Quot of delightful personality Anil will be a most popular governor. As a stump speaker he has few equals in Virginia. is an elder in tie presbyterian Church lius a very Happy family and is a Model citizen. A Richmond state. Foil a knt for year 1808, or a term of years Lay storehouse dwelling of live rooms attached la 2 mile of me Songo steamboat., wlm if on reasonable terms. Jelt d. Menus Sanford a. Notick Corn for Sale at $2 per barrel at my farm on Folly Creek. Win. Coxton. Notick i will take parties to and from the Beach during the summer from my lauding on Linton s Short at moderate charges. Comfortable Ai Cousim Odetious furnished. John h. Jauis loan Sivilic a. Foil kist a for 18118�?the farm adjoining Law Willis farm. Kind Laud to trucks Money rent. Clu up with approved Security. T. A. Loyuis 241 South st., Halti Fuore my. Notick the boarding tent at. The Eastern Shore agricultural fair this year will lie my by tin under Siguil in Good style with the Best of accommodations. A new building will inbuilt to accommodate both ladies and gentlemen with Comfort who wish to remain on the grounds at night. Smith t. Marlin. a sow of deep Blue color Hole and Swallow Fork Marks in Light ear left my premises about seven weeks ago. Information of her suitably rewarded. Major Conquest Only a. For Sabez three Good horses which 1 wish to sell at ouse and which i will sell very Clu up. Titos. 11. Melson Accomac c. 11. A. For Rex to for i sos the Willis farm near Exmore station. Recently lifted up and painted Money rent. Cheap with approved Security. T. A. Joynes 2-11 South st., Baltimore my. Quot for bred Collie pups. W. M. Turlington fair Oaks a. Notick i will commence to sell my Stock of goods at auction on tie first saturday in August at 2 o clock Aud sell every saturday thereafter until the entire Stock is disposed of. I Ulso expect everyone indebted to me to Settle same without delay. 1 need Aud must have the Money due me on store accounts. Jas. P. Dougherty. For Salk Orchid la guano the great land improver. $10 do Cash 817 Loon time. F. O. B., Baltimore delivered at Railroad stations or Steamboat wharves. Conquest amp Tull Oak Hall a. I Margare Academy. Frank p. Brent principal Janu s Madison. Associate principal. Miss Jennie p. Bars Tow piano music mrs. Frank p. Brent. Voice culture. Miss Mary Bagby. Graduate Hollins Institute primary department. Mosquitoes in Delaware. An army of Jersey mosquitoes has crossed tie Deleware Bay and taken Possession of lower Sussex county. The pest Ferous insects made their appearance last monday and have been tormenting people of Tomt Section Day and night. The plague they have caused has become so bad that the summer Camp meetings which were to last ten Days have been temporarily suspended. On Friday night while Rev. Joshua Abbott was offering a prayer at. A col ored Camp meeting near gravely Hill u Ilock of mosquitoes attacked him and i lying into his month caused him to choke almost to death and put a Stop to the service. The plague Lias caused the negroes to become wild with superstition. Many of them Pray a Day for it to cease. The negroes believe that tie plague is the forerunner of u big drought during which the world will be burned by the Sun. The plague has ass lined such proportions that sunday night Milton and Lewes were in darkness the residents of each having agreed not to turn or permit to burned a lamp or Gas Jet after Sundown. A x i lit Moi Ralic paper in Baltimore Baltimore md., August 7.�?chairman Murray Vandiver of the Diu Coralic state Centra committee raised 45,000 in subscriptions in two Lions. This morning to be used in is table skiing a democratic morning paper in Baltimore. Or. Jolin e. Hurst heeds the subscription list which includes senator Gorman or. I. Freeman Rasiul. Chairman Vandiver collector Frank t. Shaw and other Well known democrats. It is said that an Effort May he made to buy the Baltimore american Aud convert it into a democratic Organ. It let la Lii Luis re cd Ltd Tom. It Liviu Quot Wen ordered by the bite democratic mass meeting that legis Ontive candidates shall be nominated by a party primary to be held aug list 28th, 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the office of state senator. Having served the people of the 57th District or the past term 1 respectfully Reler them to my Olli Cial record trusting this record will show that 1 have tried to serve their interests to tie Best of Tuv ability Aud without regard to individual favor or personal popularity if it shall be lie pleasure of the parly to entrust tin with a to this office 1 shall continue to use my Best efforts in behalf of the Public welfare. Respectfully Geo. W. Lucato. To the voters of Accomac i respectfully announce myself a candidate for re election to the House of delegates subject to whatever method May he adopted by tie democratic party anti Hope it will be their pleasure to favor me again wit i their support. S. Wilkins Matthews. To my fellow citizens of the Eastern Shore of Virginia through a desire of represent the counties of Accomac Aud mor thump Tou in the Assembly of Virginia and believing Liat i could represent the interest of tie people of the Eastern Shore in a manner that would prove highly beneficial to their welfare and Prosperity 1 humbly and respectfully beg leave to announce myself a can to Date for tie Senate of Virginia promising you my fellow Citize tis. If chosen As your representative 1 will Endeavor to have legislation enacted that will mete out Justice to All and partiality to none that 1 will use untiring Energy and Zeal that your interest and cause May Ever be my interest and cause and above All things. 1 will do everything in my Power that will redound to the Honor and glory of tie Eastern Shore of Virginia. In making this announcement 1 desire to state that i am in favor of any Mode of nomination Eliut May be adopted by the democratic party. Very respectfully a Jons Row. Parks lev va., Marci 17, 7. Ump Rel news. On the most prominent whole Sale whiskey dealers in Baltimore says that there in enough whiskey already manufactured in this country to last the Consumers for twelve years to conic. Hon. Jolin h. Reagan of Texas. Postmaster general under Jefferson Davis during tie War Aud now 75 years of Ege. Lius announced his candidacy for the seat in the Senate occupied by Roger 4. Mills whose term expires March 4th, Iso. General g. W. Custis Lee lius presented to the Lee Jackson Camp of Confederate veterans of Lexing iou va., a lantern used by his father general Robert e. Lee. In Bis enduring the civil War. The lantern says the Baltimore american is Large and substantial tie Metal work being of brass Aud it is in a Good state of preservation. A Caudle was used to furnish Light. It is greatly prize by the veterans As a memento of tie a. Or. J. C. Wiede Rhall. D. V. S. Vete Vicary snip and dentist. Office at hotel. Accomac c. Ilva. All Calls by Telegraph or mail attended to Day or right Kelly d Nottingham a general insurance agents a and dealers in Fin buggies mowing machines the rambler bicycle and other go i makes tombstones &c., amp a. Onancock. A. . For Rex to for year 1808, my farm at Wacelia Prague at present occupied by or. Jos. J. Wescott. For particulars Callou or write to a mrs. Bettie m. Custis Onancock a. Notick a deep red cow came to inv borne in March last. The owner will please Call for her prove property pay charges and take her away. P. M. Barrett Bloxom a. Non resident pupils can Board i11 the Academy for $12.5 1 per month. Study Hall at right. Twentieth annual fair of the Eastern Shore agricultural association fair grounds. Near kti&Quot.-, commencing tuesday August 31st, and continuing four Days. List of Premium a division a horse de Puri Meni. First . ?t3l, i8d7 Best Spring Colt or llliy�?1st Pretti. $10, 2nd Prem 5. Exhibited at 12 m. 5 minute class�?1st Premium $50, 2nd, $25, 5rd, $15, Atli 10. 3 10 class�?1st Pretti. $50, 2nd. $25, a ird $15, 4th. $10. Free for All trotting�?1st Premium $50, 2nd, $2 ,. Aril $15. Ith. $10. Second , sep in Lar 1. 1s07. Best 1 year old or under Colt or llliy�?1st Premium $10, 2nd, 5. Exhibited at 11 . Best 3 Veur old or under Colt or lily�?1st prom. $10, 2nd, $5. Exhibited at 11 50 a. In. ��?�10 class pacing race�?1st Prestil. $-10. 2nd. $20, a Iril 12. 4th, a. 2 50 class�?1st Premium $02 50, 2nd, $51.25, 5rd, $18 75. Atli $12 50. Fastest a year old Colt or under�?1st Prem $50, 2nd, $2/, 3rd, $18, 4th, 10. Quot Quot Bird , september3,1807. Terms for tuition very reasonable. For catalogue containing full in orm Tiou apply to Frank in. Burnt. Onancock a. Franklin c. Lewis. Hunting Creek a dealer in dry goods a notions. Groceries a a Sll 1ngles, Cypress lumber a. G. Welly chord contractor and builder Accomac c. A. A. All work first class. Material furnished when desired. Plans and specifications prepared on Short notice. Lowest prices on All first class work can t be under bid. Work done by Day or contract. Write to me or Call on me for estimates. G. Veily c0ard. I Init Kappii in jewelry j. Adelstein. Onancock a. Practical watchmaker amp jeweler i carry a Large and select line of watches clocks jewelry spectacles and silverware of All kinds prices reduced very Low i have also added to my business a Fine assortment of pictures picture frames and Mir Rorsi All styles and sizes at Low prices and and agent for the enlargement of photographs. Special attention paid to repair Ork on Fine watches clocks spectacles and jewelry at Bedrock prices. A work guaranteed to be first class. Highest prices paid for old Gold and Silver. Will be at Accomac c. H., every court Day for repairing. I foe Sale Oral Villa guano i i in per ton Cash Quot i Roig lil willed a per ton More on time. Planet or. Cultivators Vine Turners attached. Carriages Dayton and Road wagons. Also shingles. Prices to Salt the times. A. W. Short. Special notice. 1 Don t care what other people s prices Are for ice Cream. 1 will sell As Low. 1 not Only will do it but i can afford to do it. My Cream is taking the lend wherever it goes and you Only have to try it once to he convinced of its Superior Quality. We. S. Richardson steam ice Cream works capacity�?30 1 Gallons per Day Maui of station my. J. W. I a it n Lis Bloxom va., proprietor hotel Barnes. First class livery attached. Also dealer in guilt so Lime heir plast to fertilizers amp a. Prompt and courteous attention Given to every Branch of his business. Pianos organs sewing machines embracing flip leading males. Pianos $175 Anil up. Organs $55 Aud up. Sewing machines $18 and up. Prices to suit the times. We defy Competition on cheap for Cash or Ebay Tenut All pm or write to s. C. Mcgrail Onancock Virginia. Sta Bpbbu 1844. F Hank c. Bolton. Lbs b. Bolton Bolton broii., paints oils and gals prize medal ready mixed paint. To a the. Family a plaint Saieg Tard. Machinery oils tar oakum and 1 itch engineers machinist steamship and railway supplies. 413, 420, 422,424 e. Pratt Street pm Baltimore my. -1st Premium $25, tl.----. 2.50 class�?1st. Pretti. $50, 2nd $25, 3rd $1�, a Atli $10. Fastest 2 year Olds and under mile heats Best 2 in 3, 2nd, $15, 3rd, $10. 3 37 class�?1st Prem. $50, 8ml, $25, 3rd, $15, Atli $10. Fourth . September 3. 18 /. Free for All pacing�?1st Premium $40. 2nd 20, 3d $12. 4tii $8. A a a a 3rd, $15, 4tli, 8 00 5 00 10 00 5 0 1 10 00 0 01 3 50 2 00 3 50 free Lor All i Ming is Premium my it a a. Fastest 4 year old Ami under�?1st Premium a to 2nd, division by cattle sheep Swine Best Bull regardless of age 1st Premium $ 8 00 Heifer 2 years Ami under calf 1 year and under cow regardless of age boar regardless of age Brood sow and litter not less than 5 pair shouts i months and under ram regardless of age Lamb pair ewes and largest hog. 3&Quot hulls not received without a ring in the noseg3 it Quot a a it. Brahmas a bulk. P. And Langhans games any Vry a. We a s. And , each 2ml Premium $4 00 a a 4 in a a 3 00 a a 5 00 a a 3 00 a a 5 00 a a 4 00 a a 1 25 1 00 a a 1 50 5 x 50 you want bargains. Hose bomb hlk.,w., and b. Leghorn each 1�. Minorca Home aids Plymouth Rock Dominique a fruits division 0�?agricultural and department. Best 12 apples of any variety a 12 peaches a a a a 12 pears a a and most Eliodee variety of fruit a a Sample of grapes variety of grapes a a Watermelon a a Musu Vuelon med Anle ii department. 1st Premium 1 00 2nd Prem $ 50 a a 1 00 a a 50 2d $ Best 12 Irish potatoes 1st Prem. Mgt no us a a 12 Sweet potatoes yellow 1st $8.2d $0,3d $5, Atli $4, 5th 3.lth $2. 7lli $1 a a variety of Root , not less than 2 of each kind 1st or. $2 00, 2nd 1 00 a a 5 Heads of cabbage a a 100 a a 00 1st $1 50 a 1 Oil a 1st Prem. $2 50, .75 .50 1 00 2 he 50 1 had $ .50 .25 ,0 a i our 25 a 50 4li $ 20 2ml $2 00, 3rd $1 50 a table beets a a 3 Squash of any kind a a pint limn beaus a a assortment of table vegetables a a nud largest pumpkins of any a misty 12 tomatoes a a 12 onions sugar beets of any variety a Grain and Best Peck or wheat 1st, Prem i Moats a a 10 ears while Corn a a 10 ears yellow Corn a a a a Bale of Imp not less than 50 pounds a a a a stocks of Green Corn a a 5 ears of table Corn a a fleece of Wool a farm Best single plow $1 00 i Best drag cultivator 1 00 i a a roller a a cart 1st Prem. 5 00. 2nd 3 00 j a a Wagon 1st Prem. 5 00, 2nd a 001 a a Oak Rake a Garden Rake each 50 r. Division j a ladies department. Best collection of Cut Flowers $ Best display can d goods any design 1 00 a Spe Eimu Plant of Citron aus 50 a Oleander 50 a collection of coleus a Palms specimen of Fern 50 a 50 a a 25 50 a a 25 2 Ihu Quot 1 in a a a 1 00 a a 50 1st $1 00. 2d $ 50, lid $ 25 a a 150 a a 75 Quot 50 50 Quot 25 1 00, 2nd Premium $ 50 1 no 50 1 no a a 50 1 00 a a 5o 2 Iii a a 1 of 50 a 25 30 a 25 50 25 $2 00 1 00 Mower 1st Prem. 3 00. 2rd 2 00 Corn Siu ller 1st $2 00. 2nd, 1 00 grub Iione 1 00 1 Pound butter my largest imm 5 pounds lard beef Tongue hard soap milk rising bread loaf yeast bread French Rolls swat potato bread. Biscuits thin biscuits Corn bread Fruitcake 1st 2 00.2d Pound cake 1 50 Silver cake 1st sponge cake Jelly cake Minnehaha cake Rochester cake a Marble cake chocolate cake ice Cream cake Coconut cake Ginger snaps doughnuts iced cake Pickle mangoes Pickle cherries Chow Chow Sweet Pickle pears Sweet peaches Sweet tomatoes a mixed pickles Sweet piece Luuis Tomato Catsup Brandy peaches _ Home Umade Vii Ign re Home made cider display of pickles a swat pics Cucu Bers a sour a so t Pickle onions preserved pouches pears a apples a plums a quinces i Neap a crab apr i tomatoes 1 Strawb s Gooseb s Black has cherries a grapes legs Xvi term n a Rind 1 want Lupe Pear Jam Jam Apple Jam quince Jam Cherry Jam Strawberry Jam grape Jam Apple Jelly Pear Jelly Plum Jelly Pencil Jelly quince Jelly crab Apple Jelly pineapple Jelly Cherry Jelly Orange Jelly Strawberry Jelly grape Jelly Vine Jelly display of jellies Quot and jams collection and display of preserves 1st $2 50 2d apples a pears a a of cd by is a cherries a str wbk is a whip to lev a Corn a peas tomatoes a. A str Tohaji f a Criari 50 1 no Mim 50 i he Rose 50 j As a jul 50 Plant 50 a sea Niue 50 Unis 2 Iii $1 00 2d 50 1 00 a 50 1 10 a 50 50 a 25 50 25 1 k a 50 1 of a 50 1 of a 50 50 25 1 00 50 50 25 25 1 00 3d 30 1 00 a 50 50 2d 25 50 a 25 50 25 1 00 50 1 00 50 50 25 50 25 go a 25 50 a 25 50 25 50 a 25 1 00 50 50 25 50 25 50 25 50 a 25 5 1 25 50 23 50 25 50 25 a go 25 1 00 no 00 25 50 25 2 00 4 i no 50 a 25 50 25 50 a Ltd go 25 00 a 25 go 25 50 25 50 25 50 1 25 go a 25 50 1 25 50 25 50 25 50 52 50 25 50 a 25 no a i 50 a 23 1 in 50 50 2.3 50 25 50 25 50 50 a i 25 50 a 25 50 a 25 30 25 50 25 no a 25 30 25 50 25 fill 25 50 25 50 a 25 50 25 30 1 25 50 25 50 25 50 21 2 00 a 1 00 1 23 3d 75 t 50 2d 25 50 25 50 25 50 a 25 50 25 50 25 50 25 50 a 50 a a 25 50 25 Reary 1st $2 00,2d 1 00 3d 50 Chc iat caramels 1st 50 2d 25 Peanut Taffy ?0 25 sugar Early 50 23 Coconut Candy 50 23 silk quilt 1st $1 00 2d 50 Calico quilt 50 23 4 Yard Crochet edging in 10 i tatting a 15 10 Lim tip he h do chief 25 15 Sample darning 25 15 a Patching 2.5 15 dressed doll 50 23 specimen Button holes 15 10 paper Lowers 25 15 Sola Pillow 2.5 15 chair tidy 25 15 bouquet Lowers 25 15 outlining 25 15 boat 50 25 map of e. S. Of a. 50 25 toy of any kind made by boy a 50 25 Rug carpet not less than 10yds 1st $3,2d 1 50 3d 1 00 Home made ring 1, 50 25 Home made counterpane 1 2 00 a 1 00 50 Home made shirt 1st 1 00 2d 55 Home knit socks 50 23 Home made picture Frame 50 a 25 pair knit or Crochet slippers 75 50 pair embroidered slippers 100 50 pin Cushion a 50 25 Yard Crochet edging a 50 25 splashed 50 25 set toilet Mats a 50 23 Sot lamp Mats a 50 23 embroidered of Gibau a 3 00 1 1 00 afghan or slumber Robe crocheted 3 00 a 1 00 Centre piece embroidered 150 5o Centre piece drawn. Work Iso 5o i dozen embroidered dollies 150 50 j Lozen drawn work dollies 1 50 50 homemade embroil _ _ cred handkerchief 50 2-5 he stitched handkerchief que Lawn embroil d table cover drawn work imn a f knit sack or Jersey Crochet sack Home made in Shade Bureau Scarf embroidered in silk Bureau Scarf drawn Vork table Scarf embroidered in silk table Scarf or Avn work table cover drawn work skirt embroidered in embroidered Linen table cover Eui Broidy Dpi no cd or embroidered table cover in silk embroidered infant s cloak in Siik specimen of infant s or child s dress specimen darning specimen Button silk quilt worsted quilt Calico quilt Shell work Bead work scroll work artificial Flowers crazy Jar Oil Pai Tiu China .30 23 �?�2 00 1 00 a 50 23 a 50 25 a 50 25 1 00 00 m 2 00 100 a 1 30 00 a 2 00 1 00 a 2 00 1 00 a 2 us 1 00 a 1 50 75 1 30 75 2 to 1 00 a 2 00 100 a 2 00 1 my and a re Are prepared to Oiler same to you us Lio Firlit i o largely of summer goo is Aud want to unload. We offer lawns Dimitres Organ Dies and mulls at actual Cost from 3 1-2 to 12 cents and have quite a line to select from. In White goods our Stock is Large and have a Nice line of corsets hosiery fans Ifcic. We sell ladies vests from l Coats a pair up table damask at 25 cents per Yard up to 75 cents children a Sailor suits for 50c, 75c, and 81 children a shoes at 25 cents up. Our Stock of misses men and boys shoes is also very completed in fact carry a Large line in every department of our business. Call y ours always to please. Melson amp Dougherty. 1 00 50 a Wigdor Kins each 1 00 50 1 00 50 a bantams 100 50 a 1 00 50 a Sherwood 100 50 1 00 a 50 a Guinea fowl 1 0 1 50 Coop chickens any Vry not less a 1 my so than live a 1 00 a 50 a 1 Imi no Pekin Muscovy a 1 of 7/0 Rouen ducks Nix d 1 00 50 a 1 00 5o a w., by wild a 1 00 a 50 geese each 1 50 75 i on 50 k., a Buff a 1 my 50 Gray turkeys a 1 1 0 50 each a 1 50 a pigeons 100 75 no i on 50 roles 50 4 00 2 50 150 1 00 a 100 a 100 a 100 a 50 1st $3. 2d 2, 3d 1 00 1, 50 a 25 Kensington 1, a 75 50 collection draw is done by exhibitor 150 a a0 collect on paintings lion do exhibitor 1st 3 00 2d 1 to map of Eastern Shore of v Vrginia 2 00 l o . . 2 0o 1 us 50 50 50 50 50 25 i must be sold at a great sacrifice. offer for special Sale to Morrow and continue for 30 30 in order to make a clean sweep of our summer clothing shoes a and. Dry goods. At less than half Price. Our goods arc the Bast up to Date and anybody who has the Chance to get fitted out with our clothing should consider Lucky give us u Call. We Are the leaders in Low prices. Slice Sefc co., Onancock. A. F. W. Shivers manufacturer of ice Cream p. O. Address a Peninsula Junction. My. Shipping station a Kings Creek n. A. P. Amp n. R u. Can deliver ice Cream at your nearest Railto id station within four hours after receiving your order. Write for prices. We Gna raut a every eau to give satisfaction. Will pay you to write for prices before ordering elsewhere. You want bargains the and can get them by calling at Baltimore bargain House. As Cun be seen by a few of our prices Given below. We offer you. Men s suits for82, Worth 5.50. Menus Good pants 43c. Quot 90c. Menus Straw hats 19c. And up. Boys suits 1.00 and up. Boys knee pants. 14c. And up. Menus shoes. 85c. And up. Boys shoes 60c. And up. Ladies shoes 60c. And up. Children s shoes 40c. And up. Infant s shoes 20c and up. Summer corsets 25c. And up. Menus shirts 15c. And up. Muslin 4c. Per Yard. Calico 3 l-2c. Per Yard. Gingham 8 l-2c. Per Yard. Table cloths s5c. Per Yard Worth 81-00. Suits bade to 08�, also. 25 per cent saved on every order by coming to tie Baltimore bargain House. Johnson s Hall opposite Doughty a Carriage shop Onancock a. 1 la a 17 4� tour it it in Wui interest and buy from us. As guarantee Price to suit tie Lin Rit s. We have n Stock a bracket jul Iii i Quot a ruin , mouldings Mamie laths Ujj ors , singles and a kinds of building material. Goods shipped to All Points of the Eastern 8-Hore, when requested s. K. Martin amp co., Harborton. A. A. S. i to. Fiato Aid Willow fare. Brooms brushes Cordage. Matches axe handles Axle grease barrel covers baskets blacking Blank books glueing bowls churns compasses Broom Racks Corn Poppers butter dishes ac., Candle Wicks cheese Bales clothes hamper ac., Cocoa dippers Coffee Mills carry Combs corks dusters . Fish Hooks and lines flour sacks hallers flasks gun Caps ice Cream freezers horse cards keepers Ink Keg i quip burners. Ac., pulleys lanterns. Lap boards Lemon squeezers Mato measures Marine glasses mucilage. Oakum Oil cans Well buckets tubs amp a 119 South Street Baltimore my. Logan Mellerson under taker Horntown. A. Keep everything needed in under Takira a Stock and has the Best outfit South of Wilmington. Del. Meets All trains and steamboats on Short notice. To amp has caskets always on hand by e full recognize this is lie age a of Low prices. Our Stock is Complete in fact Are in a much better position to give prices than Ever before offered. We know can make it to your advantage to Deal with us. And All want is the Opportunity. Plase Bur in mind that handle everything in tie building material a line such ask doors. Windows blinds mantels White in due moulding porch columns porch trimmings adjust Tihle liable ornaments shingles laths. Hair. Lime Cement and a full Liue of hardware Cook. Parlor gasoline and air tight stoves pumps store Well curbing. Wail paper. Tin Aud Crystal Ware lever setting cultivators harrows Alieel Barrows wheel , i.t.fa&&s&g9., Parks fit a. T. A twin e Back 0 a wholesale grocers. 129 Arch Street Philadelphia a. Represented by r. Fulton Powell Hickton my. A carriages Aud other vehicles also bought in car Load lots by the undersigned and sold at the lowest margin of profit. R. F. Powell. W. E. Doughty with Peter Rose amp sons wholesale manufacturers of harness folded hand parts leather Fly nets leather and web halters saddlery goods. Sew. Cor Light amp Lombard Sti. Baltimore my

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