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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - December 11, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Iii str . Accomac court House a. Saturday april 24, lsi�7. I Uteri at the Fos Toffice at Accomac 0. A. Va., As second class matter. Greece and Turkey Are now engaged a a a War the result of which Cau hardly be regarded with in Dii Torence by the Christian people of world however Remote they May be from the scene of action. Greece is u it As the Champion of Crete people of her own Tongue and blood and is the Only ratio a that has responded to the Call for Aid. Which that people has asked in their struggle to relieve themselves from the oppression of the turks. The fight which she is making for them is in the interest of civilization Anil christianity against n nation whose whole history is made up of crime and which in a few years has slaughtered tens of thousands of weak and defenceless people. What the result will be if Greece is to be left alone to make the fight against the turks Carnot now be seen but it is hardly probable that All of the Christian nations of the world can be kept out of the Light Long if it should be disastrous to the greeks. The Christian people of the world will Force the great Powers to take a hand in the matter however reluctant they May seem to do so. She is certain to carry her Point either by the splendid valor of her troops or the Aid of others. How much it May Cost Greece before Aid is Given by other nations is the problem. The first great Battle Between them was fought Jast wednesday. The greek accounts say it was a draw. The turks say that the greeks were Defeated. Many of the papers which claimed to be democratic but which did All in their Power to elect president Mckinley and the Republican House of representatives have since repented of the Folly and Are now bitterly denouncing the action of the party in Power. Even the Baltimore Sun so often the upon Gist for the republicans is not altogether pleased with them As the following editorial which lately appeared in its columns in id Cates Quot when the present Congress met a month ago it was a very natural suggestion that the extra session would afford an excellent Opportunity to revise and prune Down some of the extravagant appropriations which had failed to receive president Cleve. Ennd s approval. Inasmuch As the extra session had been called for the express purpose of providing for a deficiency in the revenues of the government it must have occurred to most sensible persons that one Way and perhaps the surest Way of preventing any deficiency would be to reduce expenditures. But to All such suggestions the answer of speaker Reed and the Republican leaders was that there would be no time to consider any other subject than the Tariff. Accordingly the appropriation Bills with All their admitted and confessed extravagances were passed again by the House without reconsideration or any Opportunity afforded for either criticism or amendment. The speaker declined even to appoint the necessary standing committees to which they might have been referred if there had been any disposition to put in Force that rigid Economy in expenditures which president Mckinley in Bis inaugural address had declared to be of equal necessity with an increase of Revenue the Tariff question As these papers ought to have known was the Only question which i a Republican Congress would consider and they ought to have known also that taxing a people As it proposes to do would not restore Confidence and bring Prosperity to the country. With the possible exception of Texas Virginia probably contributes More Money than Uny state in the South to the support or Aid of her Confederate soldiers. The auditor has already issued this year warrants for pensions to the amount of $100,000. Besides this Aid the legislature makes an annual appropriation of $30,000 for the maintenance of the Lee Camp Confederate soldiers Home. The daughters of the confederacy have started a movement in Richmond looking to the raising of sufficient Money to buy the residence at Lexington la., occupied by Gen. K. E. Lee while president of Washington and Lee University and in which he died. More than two Hundred people have lost their lives in the floods prevailing in the Mississippi Valley while 130,000 have been made homeless. The damage to property has been conservatively placed at $100,000,000. It is an interesting fact in connection with the present contest for the democratic nomination for governor that never since the foundation of the government has that Honor been Given to Richmond. In Norfolk All democrats will be permitted to vote at the primaries while in Portsmouth Only those who voted for Bryan Are qualified. It is said that seventy five. Million of dollars have been expended in the South in the education of coloured people since the War. Tuesday sights Frost. Loss estimated to be about a million dollars in Norfolk Section. While most of the truckers of this Section slept last night the Frost wiped out hundreds of thousands of dollars in the shape of growing crops and of Awakening this morning a depressing scene presented itself to them. Up to last night everything was in very promising shape but the wind which saved the truck the night before had lulled with u withering blighting result. Frost and ice both Quot formed during the night and half of the Berry crop was swept out of existence while the potatoes were badly damaged. The Beans and tomatoes also suffered destruction but these Cau be replanted if the Farmers Are fortunate enough to have Tomato plants of hand. Some of them were in Norfolk to Day buying bean seed for replanting two of the largest truckers made estimates to Day of the aggregate loss in Norfolk com to. One said it would foot up a million dollars Aud the other said it would not be far from that figure. The potato crop suffered More of the Western Branch than of this Side of the River the plauts not being so generally up of this Side. The cabbage crop is All Rig lit. Bur needs rain. The Norfolk Section not Only suffered. But the North Carolina crops likewise especially in the Eastern Section and in fact the Frost extended through that state and into the Northern part of South Carolina. A Public Ledger 20th. Virginia news. The Virginia episcopal Council will meet in Fredericksburg Mav 10. Bishop whittle will preside. At the local option election held in Ali tesone District Lancaster county the a i lays Quot won by a majority of 41?. It is thought that the heavy frosts of last week injured a Good Deal of the fruit in the Northern neck. Major Green Peyton the venerable Proctor of the University of Virginia died saturday morning in Charlottesville. Congressman Joseph w. Bailey of Texas will deliver the commencement address at Roanoke College june 10. The directors of Wharton Grove Camp Crould in Lancaster county will meet tuesday May 4th, for the coming season Ami to consider bids for renovating the buildings Aud grounds. Or. Henry Ayers of Prince William county has lost 43 sheep from the bite of a Rabid dog last february one dying Only a few Days ago colonel George Plater Pavloe died sunday night at Home half a mile East of Roanoke. After an illness of some Mouths he was the son of col. John Tayloe an intimate Friend of George Washington and was born in Richmond county va., october 10. 18o4. He was one of eighteen children and John his oldest brother As a lieutenant in the United states Navy participated in the celebrated Battie Between the Constitution Aud the Guerriere August 19, 1813. It looks very much now As if there Ould be Only three candidates in the Field for the govern ship. There is no Prospect at present of either col. Buford or Fitz Lee being entered. The fight is clearly Between or. Ellyson and major Tyler up to this time but judge Baker p. Lee May be Able to hold the Quot balance of Power Quot and name the Norfolk virginian. Circuit court proceedings. Continued from third Page Joseph t. Kenney is. David us. Decree allowing defendant. Sarali e. Tarr to appear specially and move to quash writ sustaining motion to quash writ recovery of costs Aud rerun did cause to rules. Trios. E. Davis is. Patrick w. Taylor and wife Etc. Decree sustaining demurrer and granting Plain Tiff leave to Amend Bill. Sylvanus w. Russell and wife Etc. Is. Vernon f. Taylor Etc. Decree confirming special commissioners re port filed August 12th, 1s90. L. Floyd Nock judgment creditor who sues Etc. Is. John Brinney and others. Decree removing cause from docket. Sex Parte petition of Sarah a. Ward foreign guardian of Ferdie l. Ward it als. Decree confirming re ports of foreign guardian and guard fan in this state and removing cause from docket. Albert f. Meurs. Judgment creditor who sues Etc. Is. We. T. Youngs adm. It als. Decree confirming report of special commissioner. Geo. W. Hall Assignee Etc. Is. Roil Ert t. Halls Admix it als. Decree confirming report of special com missioner and removing cause from docket. We. Ellis who sues Etc. Is. Maria Mason s adm. Etc. Final decree. Susan e. Fox is. Alfred s. Kel Lam. It us. It at. Decree confirming report of . G. Blackstone attorney settling Dower rights in Oliver land and from docket. Anna p. Riley a guardian is. Anoa p. Riley it we. G. Riley is. Shul Davis it us. It als. Decree confirming report of late clerk Anil receiver and specially the loan therein reported. James h. Powell it als. Is. Nathaniel Powell it als. Decree confirming report of Thos. W. Unwell special commissioner and for removal of cause from docket. Us menu Boykin a co., it als who sue ac., is. Eva s. Justly it als decree overruling demurrer dissolving injunction dismissing Bill for costs and fee to defendants attorney. William Walsh it als who sue Ais. John h. Fishers administrators it als. Decree confirming report of commissioners appointed to assign Dower report of commissioners in chancery and for Sale. James w. Cobb Aud wife is. Harvey t. Landes add wife it als. Decree confirming masters report and for Sale. Jno. D. Snead is. Tabitha Snead. Decree dismissing the Bill for payment of costs and removing cause from docket. Edward j. Russell who sues Etc. Is. Sidney p. Russells adm. Etc. Decree confirming report of Thos. W. Russell special commissioner for payment of sum in lieu of Dower Anil for payment pro rata of costs of suit. Mary e. Holt s guardian is. Mary e. Holt it als. Decree confirming report of m. Oldham or. For withdrawal from Bank of the share of the defendant. May e. Bull and for payment of costs. Kill turd Lind who sues Etc. Is. Jno. W. Tindle it als. Decree confirming report of commissioner in chancery for distribution and report. Jno. A. Chambers trustee judgment creditor who sues Etc. Is. Petty t. Shores. Decree for Sale. Concluded next week mrs. Samuel Stamm of Loganton. Pa., bore Lier thirty four years of suffering with courage and fortitude. Her trouble was rheumatism in the knee. In consequence her limb Mil become so stiff that she could hardly walk. Or. Stadium is a Well to do merchant and Hail spared no pains or expense to relieve her but with Little Success until one night when it grew so painful that she could hardly endure it he persuaded her to try chamberlains pain Balm. The effect was magical. The first application relieved the pain and its continued use has removed All stiffness and Given her tiie free use of her limb once More. If you have a Friend who is troubled with rheumatism insist of their giving this remedy a trial. You can do them no greater favor As it is sure to give prompt Relief Aud if Thev Are a Little patient it will effect la cure. For Sale at 25 and fill cents per bottle by Blackstone a Bell Accomac c. 11 va., and w. 11. Parker Oua cock a. Business notices. Fou , 31 feet Long. 5 feet wide thoroughly sound for $23 one Hundred barrels of Corn at $1,50 per barrels Nuil 11 fodder stacks. Apply to a. T. James Only a. Notick cow cropped left ear solid Black Light around nose left my premises Jwuc 1890. Information Ollier whereabouts suitably rewarded. S. Thos. Kellum fair Oaks a. Fou Salk baskets and crates for peas and berries. S. East Only a. For Salk Good will and fixtures of an established boarding House in bultimore�?12 permanent boarders convenient to Railroad and steamboats. Address b. J. T. B., 100 w. Barre st., Baltimore Mil. Wanted a Small farm upon water suitable for Stock and general farming. Address x. A a. Z., Antku Puiska office. Notice�?1 will make my usual an Nual trip through Accomac Aud Northampton counties this Spring for the purpose of handling Colls null horses. Parties desiring my services Plase write me to Nassawadox a. Geo. W. Turner. For rest for year 1898, two farms occupied this year by George Chance Anil James t. Fosque. For terms apply to James n. Turlington. Fair Oaks a. For rest for the year 1898, my farm near Oua cock at present occupied by John Young. Money rent wanted. Apply to i. W. Bagwell or John s. Waples Onancock. Notick�?1 will make my usual annual trip through Accomac and Northampton counties As soon As the weather permits for the purpose of handling Colts Aud horses. Can reach me by mail at Pocomoke City my. Geo. W. Hancock Corn for Sale in upshure a neck Price $2 per barrel six Mouth s credit will be Given to purchasers o 25 barrels or More. S. S. Parramore acco Mac o. Ii.,or . Jones upshur s neck. Foil Sale Buff Cochin s eggs at 75 cents per setting of 15. Cockerel $1 each. Also a few thoroughbred Poland China female shouts. A. W. James Locustville a. Notice round potatoes and Corn delivered at Kendall Grove and Baluchi fungo stations Corn $1.5 1 per barrel. Robinson Nottingham or. Eastville a. In a letter to the manufacturers messes. Davis a Buzard of West Monterey pa., say Quot Chamberlain s cough remedy has cured people that our physicians could do nothing for. We persuaded them to try a bottle of it Aud they now recommend it As Ilo the rest of for Sale at 23 and 50 cents per bottle by Blackstone a Bell Accomac c. H., va., Aud w. Parker Onancock a. For Sale Light Brahma eggs at 30 cents per setting of 13. My Stock is Well known. Alice m. Johnston Wacelia Prague a. The example of w. W. Brewer Esq Justice of the peace and prominent citizen of it. Jewett pa., is worthy of emulation. He save �?o1 never leave Home without a bottle of Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diary Lea remedy Aud always recommend it to my friends. It is the Best 1 Ever used and never fails to give immediate for Sale by Blackstone a Bell Accomac c. A. Va., und w. Parker Una cock a. For Salk a boat in foot keel Luj feet Over All built in Waukegan Iii. This boat has two rigs cat and Sloop a with awning and air tanks Forward and aft built of White Cedar Copper fastened. She is the Ablest Aud Best boat of kind in Virginia. Will be sold very reasonable. Call and see her. Elliott Johnston Wacelia Prague aii1� o Uii pm ill Viii h. To the voters of Pungoteague magisterial District at the Earnest solicitation of my friends 1 have consented to announce myself a candidate for Justice of the peace of said District. Luther n. Boggs. To the voters of Atlantic District i hereby announce myself a candidate for re election to the office of Justice of the peace for sail District at the ensuing election subject to a primary election if Oue should beheld. Thankful for your support in the past. I ask the same at the approaching election. Very respectfully Lloyd f. J. Wilson., april 19 97. To the voters of Lee District 1 beg leave to announce myself a candidate for Justice of the peace for said District. Respectfully John s. Tyler. Onancock va., april 17th, 1897. To the voters of Pungoteague District owing to the inability of seeing the greater mass of voters 1 take this Means of announcing a itself a candidate for magistrate in Pungoteague District. Respectfully s. K. Mcmillan Wacelia Prague. To the voters of me Tompkin District i am a candidate for re election to the office of supervisor of said District and will it again elected Endeavor to discharge its duties in the future Asiu the past in the Best interests of the people. J. W. Wessells. At the request of Many friends i announce myself a candidate for the office of supervisor for atlatl a District subject to the democratic Prim Ary and if elected do Promise that i will discharge the duties of the office to the Best of my ability. Hiram Brittingham. New Church March 0th, 1897. To the voters of Lee District 1 take this method of announcing myself a candidate for re election to the office of Justice of the peace at the May election and respectfully solicit the support of the voters of said District. Joseph l. Cooper. To the voters of Lee District the announcement is hereby made that i Una candidate forthe office of Justice of the peace in said District and with the Promise of a faithful and conscientious discharge of the duties or the office if elected respect fully solicit their support at the coming May election. Go. N. To Opku. To my fellow citizens of the Eastern Shore of Virginia through a desire to represent the counties of Piuac and Northampton in the Assembly of Virginia and believing that 1 could represent the interest of the people of the Eastern shorn in a manner that would prove highly beneficial to their welfare and Prosperity. 1 humbly Aud respectfully beg leave to Auu Nonni myself a eau ii Date for the Senate of Virginia promising you my fellow Cut Lens. If chosen As your representative 1 will Endeavor to have legislation enacted that will mete out Justice to All and partiality to none that i will use untiring Energy Aud Zeal that your in Tori st and cause May Ever be my interest Aud cause and above All things i will do everything in my Power that will redound to the Honor Aud glory of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. In making this announcement i desire to state that 1 am in favor of any Mode of nomination that May be adopted by the democratic party. Very respectfully John r. Ukr. Parksley va., March 1?, 97. To the voters of Lee District notice is hereby Given that 1 am u candidate for re election to the office of Justice of the peace at the ensuing May election Aud will if elected discharge the duties of the office in the future As in the past to the Best of my ability. Geo. F. Park kit. To the voters of Lee District 1 take this method of announcing myself a candidate for re election to the office of Constable in said District at the coming May election and will if again elected Endeavor to discharge the duties of the office faithfully Aud efficiently in the future As in the past. Tank g. Killam. Fellow citizens 1 u obedience to t Hue honoured usage i adopt this method of announcing myself a candidate for re election to the position of unstable for fungo Beugt reelection District at the ensuing Mai election. Conscious of having discharged my official duties in the past with honesty Fidelity and impartiality 1 am inspired again to ask my fellow citizens to re elect me. Promising if they will kindly favor Aud Honor me with their Suffrages and re elect me. That 1 will Endeavor to discharge my official duties in the future us in the past most faithfully Aud at the same time i will he governed by a spirit of leniency and kindness to All consistent with disc ret Ion. 1 now throw Down the Gauntlet to my opponents and competitors and def Aud Challenge a must rigid scrutiny Aud investigation of my past record during my official career and in this connection i am emboldened to avow mid proclaim that if my official duties have nor been Hen to the line regardless of where the chips Llew 1 will doff my hat Aud As gracefully As possible Bow in sell out of this canvass. Now my fellow citizens i again humbly ask you and Appeal to you with a grateful heart to support unil sustain me in this canvass As you have so kindly Ami flattering by done in the past by your votes and i Promise to deserve will the Trust which Yon May so kindly confide to my keeping. J. C. Wescott. Having Learned that or. Spencer f. Rogers positively declines to be a candidate for re election to the office of supervisor for Lee District 1 yield to tile request of numerous friends Aud hereby us nominee myself a candidate for said office for the next term subject to the action of the democratic party As to primary Nomi nations should any such action be taken. If elected 1 Promise a faithful discharge of the duties of the office. Respectfully Alfred j. Lilliston. March is 189?. At the request of my friends 1 an Vonnee myself a candidate for the office of supervisor of Pungoteague magisterial District promising ill the future As 1 have clone in the past to discharge the duties of the office to the Best of my ability. E. S. Wise. To tie voters of Atlantic District 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Justice of the peace for said District subject to the democratic primary. Levin t. Bunting. Belinda va., March 30, 9?. To the voters of Pungoteague elec Tiou District 1 take this method of announcing myself a candidate for the position of Constable in this District at the eur suing May election if it shall be the pleasure of my fellow citizens to elect me to the position of Constable i Promise a most Earnest diligent and faithful discharge of All the duties appertaining to the position to the Best of my ability consistent with discretion Anil an unswerving obedience to duty. Respectfully we. L. Drummond. Pungoteague va., feb. 10, �?T97. I will be a candidate for the office of Justice of the peace Lor Pungoteague magisterial District this coming May election. G. E. Winder. Pungoteague va., april 5, 1897. I announce myself a candidate for the office of j ustice of the peace in Lee District at the May election and will if elected discharge the duties of the office to the Best of my ability. Respectfully. �8. K. Nelson. Onancock va., april i "97. To the voters of Lee magisterial District if the voters of said District feel disposed to nominate me at the democratic primary if such be adopted. Aud re elect me to the office of j ust cd of the peace for said District i will serve them to the Best of my judgment and ability. Thanking them for their former support i remain your Levi r. Boggs. Cassiville april 0, 9?. Through the solicitation of the Public i declare myself a candidate for the office of supervisor for Pungoteague magisterial District Ami if elected do positively Promise that i will discharge the duties of the office on economical principles for the Best interests of the people. Respectfully Frank t. Stockley. 1 take this method of announcing myself a candidate for the office of Constable for Pungoteague magisterial District at the May election. Those who support me May rely of to giving my entire time and Utton Tion to the duties of the office in 1 shall not engage in any other business or Pursuit but devote my whole time to the interest and service of people. Respect fully Jim Bor Bull. Keller March 15, 97. To the voters of Atlantic District 1 announce myself a candidate for the office of Constable tor Atlantic District subject to the democratic primary if nominated and elected will discharge the duties of said office to the Best of my ability. Respectfully. . F. Groton. Jenkins Bridge March 3,�?T97. To the voters of Atlantic District 1 take this method of announcing myself a candidate for the office of Constable unil Promise if elected a Faith no and conscientious discharge of the duties of the office. Soliciting your support i am yours very respect ully e. Thomas Ross or. For the House of delegates i hereby announce myself for Floater Delegate m represent the counties of Northampton and Accomac ill the mouse of delegates of Virginia subject to a primary election. If elected. I will Endeavor in carry the following platform nut to make the railroads miming in the territory of our Commonwealth their District school tax to modify our present game Law to leave i lie Fence question to the people As it is a local Issue to pass no Law or Hill without first find lug out if it is in Accord with the wishes of the people to vote for John Warrick Daniel for the p. S. Senate to give Justice to Alt Ami special privileges to Noue. We. E. Thomas. Nassawadox a. Spring millinery a and la suitable for both Spring Anil summer Wear now opened out Ami ready for inspection by customers at my place of business at Onancock. Miss eanies a trimmer highly recommended by Dowell Helm amp co., Baltimore Lias been engaged and 1 can con ii lonely assure my patrons that she can give them entire satisfaction. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to Call Early. Friiss l. A. In Evilie. Incur go Muiren Gros in a Iii of i take this method of informing my friends and the Jiu Bhe generally that 1 have arrived Home from the City with a full line of Miili it it Erv. Dress goods motions slc., and am now ready to exhibit them. My opening Days this Spring for the display of beautifully trimmed millinery will be on wednesday thursday Friday april 14th, loth 10th. Both millinery and dressmaking establishments tilled with goods to suit the most fastidious and 1 will take pleasure in giving satisfaction in All respects. Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting a continuance of same. Yours respectfully mrs. E. A. Merrill Onancock a. Spring millinery. Will be opened at the store of mrs. Broughton amp co., Onancock va., about 10th instant. Stock will be full select and furnished to customers in latest and Best styles. Dressmaking. Also continues to receive their careful attention and a perfect fit guaranteed to everyone in this Branch of their business. Notions dress goods. &c., in Stock from which to make selection. You Are cordially invited to Call and see us. Mrs. Broughton amp co., Onancock a. Millinery and dressmaking. The undersigned will open millinery and dressmaking business at Keller station on 1st of april and respectfully invite the patronage of the people of Keller and Vicinity. Mrs. Mary Winder is now in the City buying Stock. Fitting and cutting done by the Taylor system. Mrs. Mary Winder mrs. Nona Winder. Your last Opportunity it to secure our services at Onancock will be from this this time to May Las we will leave the town on May 1. Call at once if we can serve you. Mclain amp co photographers. go. Communes Mefy Ifan is a Early fruits vegetables Terra pins will fowl eggs foul try and All kind of ip3r�4?. A122 Cheapside. A shipping l Fth r. To John w. 1 Uto Hixson with Stevens Simpson g co importers and wholesale commission a1 erd Janis a fruits and 232 Washington Street new York. Members of Trio National a Eniree of commis Ion Mer Connre of the United states. Reference Irving Natl Bank n. Y. T. My of produce lumber g Vaso Salt shingles Coal Oil 4c. To a pm South st., an i Bowly a wharf Baltimore. Sweet potatoes a specially shipping letter h bought cheap and sold at a Small margin of profit Are the inducements offered to purchasers of the following Cypress singles 4, 5 and 0 inches hearts a Quot a 6aps, fencing no. 1 potato bed lumber dry Pine laths doors Saab moulding Lime hair. Amp a. Teu per cent. Guano 0 per cent. Peruvian guano dry ground fish Pocomoke Sweet potato grower refuse Salt Kain it amp a. Coals stove egg and nut 2,240 pounds to the ton we Are also agents for Orchill guano jobbers in Coal Oil and dealers in a Well selected Stock of general merchandise. Hop2sihs <3c bro., Onancock a. Hay goal flour Terra gotta piping general merchandise amp a. In building material be have Cypress shingles framing and fencing Lime bricks amp a. In Terra Cotta piping we have following sizes a 8, 12, 15, 20 24, bought direct from the kills Aud sold cheaper because bought at wholesale prices. Is fertilizers we have Baughs 7 per cent., for round potatoes Rogers no. 2 for sweets agricultural Salt by car Load direct from factory. In gunk i a merchandise our stack is always Fuff Well selected and in great variety and we carry in addition to above also plows cultivators 14 tooth harrows and other farming implements Hay flour Coal &c., also j. M. Masury a Best liquid paints. We buy for spot Cash and sell at the lowest margin of profit. John w. Rogers amp bros., Only a. 1� goods a s watch this space. I. P. J Ulvitis amp Coa few of a mtg a t commission m la chants the 8 e. Camden a. Baltimore Sweet potatoes a specially. Fruits vegetal Dos and product if you want a a a Carriage $>1 0art or Ujj Janiesse Figot it at o o �1m Tom a. Shipping setter Jura gets for Ali Pitinii Oteague and Oil will ipod them As repro cd Siville l int to it Visso nations t seated every time Aud gotten up to suit Home Trade i have had x a Kidron Muir a. Many years experience and be Lieve i understand what Best a a a suits the people. My work is m gotten up for durability Aud will a look Weli for Many years. One \ a trial will prox a it. I have a com or the line of s. Dow tics. J. O. Downes establish �1 years. S. 3. Lovs n fruit Aud produce commission to 329 st. A White Frai i a i co nine or piano Jsu conies also a Phaeton Sun r is Psyhos track sullies Poad carts and 7.1 a mess new All styles Aud prices. My harness Are made of David Moffet s. Celebrated leather the Best in the world. Slim ii or no. 10 a. Members of Nati Ual league of com i re pairing neatly and promptly done on Short notice. Misiou of the u. A a. ,. ,. I appreciate the patronage already Given and most respectfully refer Leehy Terai he d Vigna amp the some. Respectfully m s. Rioha a a ssh a. Cd is. Pape. Geo. W. Covington a new Chur ii a. Manufacturer of ice Cheam Marion station my. Anyone interested in the Purchase of ice Cream will find it to their interest to write me before buying elsewhere. My aim is Best goods and will compete in Price with other manufacturers. Send me your order parties living on the Border of Pocomoke sound can if they prefer it that Way get their Cream by boat. 1 Wili deliver it at my Oyster House for them. Public auction. The Unile reissued will offer for Sale at Public auction at their puce of business of thursday apr 23, the whole of their Stock of irions consult Ink in part of dry goods notions boots shoes hats Aud Caps Wood and Willow Ware full line of drugs and groceries also a line lot of hogs. will a Oil mean Early in the morning Aud out indie ail Day. The Public is cordially invited to come Ami get sum 1 of the m my bar a Tilus to be offered Aud we also earnestly request our tiny and debtors to come f a Wail and set be the claims we hive against them either by Cash or note. If indebted to us give Atten Rou please to this advertisement Aud save us trouble Aud expense. Drummond amp Hall Marsh Marker a. Is. Sol. Our Well is. Q. The into no a Lei Wii or u Ink , va., unit 3. Mur to �?��?�oaj/.ui�, list ii mits offers his profess Lai services to the people of Chineo Eugue Island. Calls promptly responded to Day or night. Office Over l. J i Whealton amp Bros store. J. W. Howell. Amp i Arlen Pape amp co., wholesale commission dealers in a fruits and produced s77 Washington st., 430 amp 432 West 14th st., shipping number 500. New York. Reference new York county National Bank. John j. Guthrie with min in amp Woodland 217 s. Charles Street Baltimore my. Shipping letters c. A in. In c. I i u Al to vol r own Lizun interest add buy your building material from us As we guarantee pee to suit the times. A have in Stock a jackets a bands a risks Lime j Ylo did tvs m Indus Al alias pm cars Saab shingles and a l kinds of building Materia. Goods shipped to All Points of the Eastern Shore when requested. S. A Martin amp co Harborton a. _ Franklin w. Nmn Hunting Creek. A dealer in 1 by goods. A notions groceries a shingles Cypress ,.umber. Amp a. Also agent for the gasoline boat which leaves his wharf every tuesday for Baltimore returning Friday and which is still carrying potatoes at 15 cts. Per barrel and ther freight both ways at the same Low rates. Empty bams furnished at 15 uts., Money a Der free a saving m All to shipper of 0 cts. Per barrel. Is Eai estate notice. Mille i band the Cashville Cornet band is ready to furnish music of All occasions. Special inducements to churches. Address Cash i lie porn it band Cashville a. The undersigned having entered into the a Laud Agency business Quot at Pungoteague Accomac county va., desire to Call the attention of the Public to the fact. We propose to give the business our strict attention advertising extensively and be capable of finding purchasers for lands in Accomac and Northampton counties that private individuals cannot reach. All persons having real estate and wishing to dispose of it or those wishing to Purchase land or property on the Eastern Shore aare invited to communicate with us. All classes of town property water fronts &c., Are desired persons communicating with us having such property for Sale the same will be examined by us and advertised immediately. Business entrusted to us will be strictly confidential. Respectfully Winder Ward amp co. Rom of entertainment. Sykes. A. G. U. Glisn proprietor. Patronage of travelling Public solicited. Board first class. Horses fed. The proprietor offers his sen ices also As notary Public

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