Big Stone Gap Post in Big-Stone-Gap, Virginia
13 Feb 1907

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13 Feb 1907

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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - February 13, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia A in insult court House a. 5\rrnt> it a. Tune 13. If a. A a Quot a c not mrs. Goo. . Of Brooklyn. N. A. Is at Piuac 0. H., on a visit to mrs. A. J. Lilliston Tito Eastern Shore agricultural fair commences this year August 25th, and continues four Days. Ames shield a co. Solicit your attention through our columns this week. See their new advertisement mrs. Harvey k. Bul Loop of Farsi vile va., daughter of or. G. Lloyd Doughty. Is Home on a visit to her parents. Or. Herbert Lilliston. Student of Medicine at the University of Vir. A Titi a. This session arrived Home on last wednesday. Or. Oldham. Jr., clerk of our county court is beautifying his dwelling by the Liberal use of paint a new porch Etc. The Chesapeake agricultural association will hold their annual fair at Cape Charles this year on the Glrst second and third Days of september. Especial attention is invited to the following advertisements in this Issue monumental fruit co., w. 1�?T. Custis amp co., Bever Whitaker amp co. Commission merchants All of Baltimore. An advertisement of the administrators of Emory j. Chase deceased appears in this Issue of interest to Many of i or readers. Head it if you want cheap goods or Are indebted to the Lute firm of Lankford a Chase. B. T. Gunter. Or. Special loud Iii Ziouer. Will sell it Public auction on saturday. June 27th, 3 p. M., at tracts of lauds Iff which Levin Parker died seized and pos Sessco. For funicular see posters. Five vessels belonging to John a Chambers will be sold it Public auction at Pocomoke City my. On Satur. Day. June 27th, 1899, at 0 o clock p. In., by Geo. W. And l. Floyd Nock trustees. For terms ac., see posters or address trustees. Samuel t. Boss special Coutu is Ziouer will Ell at Public auction on tie premises on saturday june27tli, 2 p. M., a lot containing 3 acres situated near Piuac c. A. Aud known As the Quot Edmund Lii Listou see posters. Or. Win. P. Custis commission merchant Baltimore was in acco Lihue this week on a visit to shippers Ami other numerous friends and it is needless to add got a cordial Welcome from All especially the shippers for satisfactory returns made to tin m in tic Pim. John it see a trustee will sell it Public auction on saturday june nth. 2 p. In., at Keller station the valuable real estate of which Ben nit Fentress died seized Aud possessed situated in upshur s neck and containing 1-95 acres. For full particulars see posters. Taos. Mel Sou and Samuel t. Boss special commissioners will Tell at Public auction next wed Sedaj 3 7t> inst3 p. In., at the front door of l he courthouse a very a valuable lot i f which James died seized am possessed situated Uear Accomac c. Ii. A or particulars see posters. Thomas e. Fitcher sell at Public auction on the promises on saturday july 4th, 2 p. In., a the Bichard Fletcher tract of land Quot situated Uear Oak Hall Al Broomtown stations if saute Lias not been previously disposed of at private contract. See advertisement in this Issue l. Flood Nock special commissioner by virtue of a decree in the suit of joints Carroll Evans is Vinnie leu Chandler and others wid st-11 at Public auction on Satur Day Juu 20ih, 3. P. In.,at Oua cock. Valuable real estate containing 20 Nouv of cleared land Aud 11 acres of v Ood and. See posters. A fair will be Laid at Mears vill under tile auspices of the i. O. Of by Cha bite on wednesday juue24t> the District chief ruler of that order will Las present at flit next meeting of pc Cmok tent on saturday night june 20tli,to exemplify tic unwritten work Aud the members Are expected to be in attendance. Slip Milf John Al. Wise left yester Day for Wilmington for the purpose of bringing Back to Accomac for trial Joseph Ocaly. Now in the custody of the authorities of that City Ocaly is a Frenchman and while employed As Cook on Virginia Oyster police Steamer Accomac about ten Days ago robbed Captain Costin in command of the Steamer from $300 to $400 and some valuable papers. When arrested. Tic most of the Money was f. Und on his person Aud recovered. William Moore Aud Aaron Byrd non residents both coloured were captured by capt. John b. Thomas off state Schooner Pocomoke last wednesday one mile South of Watkins Point in Pocomoke sound for taking crabs with scrapes in Virginia Waters. brought them to jail and placed their boat a Bateau 30 feet Long in care of a guard. George w. Powell another non resident captured on same Day by t. B. Stokes mate of police Steamer Accomac for like offence in Virginia Waters was also sent to our jail wednesday. The Bateau in which lie was caught is 22 feet in length. Neh notes. A. The Kickapoo India doctor i in town. Or. Walter Griffith is on a visit to his father. Rev. J. R. Griffith. The cemetery co., Here has Ini proved its grounds by the addition of a new Iron Fence. Or. F. C. A. Kellat sr., we Are glad to report is out again and looks As Well As lie has for years. Or. P. T. Ayres has improved Liis dwelling by the addition of a new portico and a coat of paint. Mrs. T. A. Jones and daughter and mrs e j. Ames of Baltimore were guests of mrs. L. Ames this week. Tote Peninsular Telephone co at its last annual meeting declared a dividend of 12 per cent., besides holding a Good Reserve in the Treasury. Our Farmers Are starting or their round potatoes. The drops will lie Short though much better than was anticipated two or three weeks ago. Pungoteague Academy will hold its first commencement next thursday evening the 18th, beginning at 7 80, on or. G. W. Mcconnell s Lawn opposite hotel if pleasant weather if inclement if will be at the m. E. Church South. Tote same afternoon the ladies of Vliem. E. Church South will hold a Lawn party at the same place Aud furnish refreshments for those that stay for the commencement. Park Lear. George b. Mccready has the lumber on the ground to rebuild his Blacksmith shop. Several insurance Bucu have been spending the week in Parksley in the interest of their companies. Johnson a Sou have a Large Force of carpenters erecting a Large Grau Arv to be used As a feed store. Miss Wyatt of Gloucester ta., who has been Here of late on a visit to miss May Joh Sou has returned Home. Or. E. Vau deman has been engaged to lecture before the fruit growers convention which meets in Chicago in a few Days. Pate a Mason have been Busy this week making an inventory of their goods saved from the tire Aud have ordered lumber for a temporary building to place them in. By the burning of Johnson s Hill i sea Trout Are being caught at this time in Large quantities Liy our ii Slier Inen. Schooner Maggie e. Davis gave an excursion to Winter Quarter Light last week. William Boston and miss Viola Evans were married on tlio4th inst., by Rev. G. A. Pc Riefe. Or. Joseph Gordy and family of me Tompkin have moved to Chinco Teague their future Home. Mrs. Mary r. Tunnell who lately moved to this place from Ocean View Del., died on the 8lh instated 87 years. Pago Grimsley and wife of Philadelphia Are Here on a visit to his father Rev. S. U. Grimsley and family. The Stockton dramatic club gave an entertainment in our town Ball last week to a Large and appreciative audience. Mrs. Mary a. Hudson daughter and son who moved from this place to Philadelphia a few years ago have returned to live Here in the future. Mrs. Layton Jones accompanied by her daughter spent last week at the Atlantic on a visit to her son 11. J. Jones cashier of boats men a Bank. Or. Louis lie Altos Atul wife of Baltimore Are at Cliine Oteague on to Weir wedding tour guests of his parents or. And mrs. . Lie Altos. Or. K. Smith and miss Maude Jarman were married at the m. P. Church Greenbackville of the st inst. Rev. J. Beauchamp official ing. The members of Union Baptist Church now worship in a Tabernacle Uear the Atlantic hotel built by them since the burning of their Church. Beulah Baptist Church had a festival lasting three Day last week children s Day sunday night and revival meeting now in Progress at the Church. Harry j. A Essiek express Messon Ger. Lately transferred to the x. Y. P. A x. U. A has been returned to his old route owing to Lack of business of the other Road. Seventeen More of the sane titled baud and the last of them left Here to join the band in North Carolina last week. They sold their Oyster boats houses ac., at a sacrifice. It is needless to add that we Are Happy to be rid of them. Sheep Peru aug Holiday this year a big Success. A a to Day Large gather last week the Parksley baptists lost ,., 1 lug and everybody Happy. Confer their bibles hymn Hooks and Church i 8. And sunday school outfit including Between three Aud four Hundred chairs. Our m. P. Church held children a Day services last sunday night. The recitations were Well rendered Floral decorations tastefully arranged and collection Liberal. Miss Olive Lewis was awarded the prize for the largest collection a Nice teacher s Bible. P. A j. Mason s teamster was seriously Hurt tuesday near Hunting Creek where he had been to deliver a Load of lumber. His mules ran Oil with him throwing him Oil the Wagon entangling him in the harness Aud running the wheels Over him. Fortunately the team was caught before further damage was done. Xen t Lii Icli. Bains abundant in this Vicinity and crops looking splendidly. Or. Gordon Jones is having a House built Here for the cooperage business. Miss Kate Nelson of Pocomoke is Here of a visit to her brother or. John Nelson. Mclain a co., Onancock have opened a photograph establishment Here for a few Days. Or. W. W. Dryden absent from his office of late bus returned and is it Hist Ost of duty again. Children s Day exercises at Berea m. P. Church did not come Oil last sunday afternoon but was postponed to sunday afternoon june 28th. A severe electrical Aud rain storm passed Over our Village sunday night but without damage except to several of our Young men who happened to be out in their courting clothes. We had some Fine a speeding Quot on our race course Here last saturday. Several new horses expected to Day. 13th ii and several interesting trotting watch leg promised also no Bicyclic contests. Open to the Public. Only. Children s Day exercises at our m. E. Church South next sunday night. The entertainment at the Baptist sunday schoolhouse on the 5th inst., netted $24. I air hotel proprietor. Or. E. G. Fox has just returned from a tour to Southern cities. Miss Sarah a. White of Baltimore for several Days has been the guest of miss Carrie Beloate. Rev. L. T. Hitt t. J. Savage Aud miss Annie of Brian on the sick list of late Are convalescent. Miss Carrie Beloate will have a handsome dwelling built on her premises Here at an Early Day. Or. T. B. Taylor of the life saving service has arrived Home to spend his summer vacation with his family. Or. A. F. Mears has just received a Large Supply of barrel Stock and will open up his factory at an Early Day. Brown Jug a horse owned by the late John Adair and a favorite of the drummers died at the Home of its owner or. T. J. Savage last week at an age very beyond the limit of usual horse life. Big value for your to Mcney it s. W. Auns a co. Itonery sales largest Ever known the receipts at one stand being $125, Deputy treasurer Hopkins collected $1,100 of the grounds. Commencement of Chic Oteague female Institute came Oil at town Hall on the 4th tost., and the teachers gave an excursion to their school and friends to Wallops Island Onith. Too much cannot he said in Praise of t he lady teachers in charge of the Rcd tool. The school will resume under same management this fall. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week r. T. Holiday Dover Eba w. Tunnell Lewes c. T. Richardson c. V. White Snow Hill Cecil Mullen Baltimore m. E. Selby und family l. F. Marshall d. F. White j. F. Powell j. Hopkins j. W. Broughton. G. W. Covington s. W. Matthews s. L. Fayette j. A Parks Accomac. a. Miss Lelin Powell is visiting friends in Baltimore. Trios. J. Powell and family Are visiting friends in Oua cock. Or. K. Coleman clerk of or. W. Ii. Parker is on the sick list tin s week. Children s Day was largely attended at the m. E. Church sunday morning. Miss May Powell of Snow Hill md., is visiting the misses Nock on Kerr Street. Miss Jennie Ames of Pungoteague is Spe Diug a few Days with miss Jessie Tjui by. The closing exercises of the school of miss Mary Tyler takes a Dace on the 16th iust., 8 p. To. Mrs. Bettie Custis and mis. K. L. Shield Are on a visit to mrs. W. 1. Powell st. Mary sad. Or. E. E. Miles returned Home wednesday and we Are glad to report him very much improved. Miss Edna Williams of Eastville is spending the week at Ingleside the Home of or. R. L. Hopkins. Or. S. S. Kellim student at the University of Virginia this session arrived Liotine on last wedge Eddy. The bluebells were the victors in the game of base Ball and not the rosebuds As appeared in your last Issue. Edgar infant son of or. E. W. Robertson died of thursday Tali inst., aged one year and 3 months. After funeral services conducted by Rev. A. To. Reality of saturday the remains were interred in Onancock cemetery. Miss Jennie Barstou. The popular music instructor of Margaret Academy left for Philadelphia Friday much to the regret of Many friends. Miss Nora a. Tyler and or. Geo. A. Will of Baltimore were married at the presbyterian Church wednesday morning Rev. Byron Clark officiating. The following gentlemen were Ushers e. O. F. Custis j. W. C. Leatherbury Harry Orchard and wal6ton Tyler. It is your duty to protect your eyes one of the greatest gifts to Man. Cheap spectacles will destroy them. Or. Brown of new York has Crystal Pebble Lens and prices to suit the times. Will be at Onancock one week. Examination free. C . Capt. W. C. Evans caught ten Sheepshead one Day last week the first of the season. Or. George t. Finney of Baltimore md., is visiting relatives and friends in this place. Children s Day services will he of served at Broadway next sunday afternoon at 3 of clock. Or. B. W. Parker and sister Levouia paid a visit their Uncle gris at Pocomoke City last saturday. Messes. J. T. Ami c. P. Finney Are having a line dwelling erected of the farm lately bought of or. William Oliver of Pungoteague Creek. Miss Weinma Hundley daughter of capt. Win. Hundley met with quite a painful Accident of last monday mor niuta while gathering cherries. She fell from the tree and broke her leg. Or. E. W. Robertson was called in and set the broken member. She was doing Well at last account. Hymen Al. Miss Marion t. Johnson a very attractive and accomplished Young lady daughter of or. Solomon t. Johnson of ilor Utown Aud or. Charles o. Robertson a Tuer Chaut of Petersburg were married at the m. E. Church South Horntown on thursday 11th just. Rev. Baroti clerk of the presbyterian Church officiating. Miss Neely Taylor of Richmond was maid of Honor on the occasion Aud or. Win. Holden of Petersburg Best Man. The attendants were miss. Hope of Hampton and or. S. T. Guylor of Norfolk miss Robertson of Petersburg and or. Ernest Johnson of now Church miss Sal lie Holland of Horntown and or. It. A Watson it it a Baltimore. The ceremony was followed by a Wod Diug breakfast at the Home of or. Johnson father of the Bride. They left on the afternoon train for Petersburg. The Parker House Pocomoke City was the scene of a double wedding of wednesday of last week. The contracting parties were from acco tune and As follows miss Florence Edith Young and or. Julius a. Glad Diug. Miss Minnie Lee pen Well and or. Louis a. Young All from Onancock and Vicinity. They re turned to their Homes on the Day of their marriage. Or. Warren 11. Young Aud miss Henrietta Sharpley were married on the 3d iust., at Groenda Ovillo Rev. A. S. Beau officiating. A Radii nil in Lull. Miss Loti a Edmonds formerly of this county is the Only graduate of the Newport news High school this session. The following notice of licit which appeared in a newspaper of Newport news will lie appreciated by Lur friends and relatives in Accomac the next feature was the delivery of the valedictory by miss Loula Edmonds the Only full graduate of the school. She had chosen for her subject a knowledge teaches toleration Quot and she handled the subject with clearness and originality. A miss Edmonds Lias taken an Espe Bially thorough course. She attended the Wesleyan female Institute at Staunton for two years and this closes her third term at our High school. She Lias an enviable record As a faithful and conscientious student. Prof. Epics delivered a diploma to her at the close of the valedictory address. In an address that was a Model of its kind Hon. Thomas Temple Powell delivered miss Edmonds a handsome medal hollered by the Board of Mil Vici icily Dpi Rural in fire. The steam saw Mill of or. J. Frank Mason station was Des Troy Eil by lire on last saturday morning. The lire was discovered about 3 of clock and at that time had made such headway that it was impossible to save the property. It is thought to have been accidental was Worth about $1,200 Aud had no insurance upon it. The dwelling stable and barn of or. Mason would have been burned also but for a very strange occurrence Viz tie blowing of the Mill whistle. It began about 3 of clock when the roof of the Mill was about to fall in and con Linued until All the people of the neighbourhood were aroused by the noise and attracted to the place. Without the assistance rendered by them the dwelling ac., could not have been saved from the plumes. Lite st Hall Xuy a a. There will be a Gunolf base Bazaj Onancock saturday. June 13.3 p in., by Walm Pregane nines. There was a game of base Ball played last saturday at Mappsville Between Mappsville nine and Mutton honk nine resulting in a Victory in favor of Mutton honk score 13 to 14. The Umpire by allowing a run to be scored by Mappsville after the Side had been put out thought it was 14 to 14. Any number of old Ball players saw the game and play in question and can vouch for the correctness of the same. Lover of the game. Dpi Iii Mot Iii the members of Ocean Lodge 110 a f. A a. Are end costly requested to be present at our next regular communication june 24tli, for the purpose of electing officers and transacting other business of very great importance. Supper will be served at our new Hall for tie Occa Sion. Time of meeting 7 30 of clock p. In. By order of j. W. Helium w. A Marguret Aemil Cox . The commencement exercises of the Margaret a cadets Yon thu red ayere interesting entertaining Anil instructive. The weather was Fine pro gramme excellent Anil everything passed Oft to the gratification of those interested in the Success of the Academy. The morning exercises opened with prayer by Rev. S. Dulaney of the m. E. Church followed by the delivery of certificates of distinction to a Large number of pupils class prizes Anil of the Chi id Rey and Powell scholarship medals the Childrey medal in primary department won by Thos. W. Tyler. Jr., was presented to him by Rev. A. J. Beamy in u very Hue speech and the Powell scholarship medal won by miss Annie upshur Nottingham of East dle for highest excellence in academic department was presented by or. Montcalm Oldham jr., in a speech very Beautiful and appropriate. The exercises at night were opened with prayer by Rev. J. Carson Watson of the m. E. Church South. Every part of tie Peninsula was represented on this occasion Aud the musical programme both vocal and instrumental was finely executed und heartily enjoyed by the Large crowd in attendance. The medal in this department was awarded to miss Annie e. Fosque. Daughter of or. Geo. B. Fosque and presented by Rev. Geo. E. Booker in Ati excellent speech. List of distinctions will be published in our next Issue. Itch Allm. Or. E. E. Kellat formerly of this county but who left bust fall for the Bahamas died there on May 22d. Mrs. Ann Bell a lady generally esteemed and of Fine Christian character died of dropsy at tic Home of her daughter mrs. Jeremiah Mason near Bloxom. On 5tli iust., aged 77 years. A Sou or. Win. T. Bell and two daughters mrs. Mason Aud mrs. Alex Taylor survive her. Mrs. Sarah Mears relict of Joseph a a. Mears deceased died at her Home at Accomac c. Ii., last sunday night of consumption aged 51 years. She was an excellent lady and had the esteem of All her neighbor. Funeral services were held Over the remains at the methodist Church of which she was a member conducted by Rev. Geo. W. Jones on to a. Or. Calvin t. A dears a Farmer died at his Home near Oizae 0. 11., last tuesday after a lingering illness of dropsy aged 55 years. was a consistent member of the methodist Church a Mason in Good standing Gootel citizen and generally esteemed. The Brethren of Venn Lodge no. 110, of which he was a member attended his funeral on wednesday and gave him a masonic burial. Rev. Guo. W. Jones Liis pastor preached the funeral Sermon. The remains were interred in the family burying grounds on the promises of the deceased. Arrivals at shield s hotel Exmore \7. St. Clair wife and child s. 11. Scoggins new York mrs. E. Wise Boston ii. B. Carpenter Philadelphia mrs. We. Ii ale Washington e. T Rockis ii. T. Mason Baltimore j. Boyd Tenn. Or. Of. T. Wilson California . Harper Cambridge Thos. Cross w. E. In Jiuu Norfolk j. Lee Winder Northampton a. Nottingham Accomac. When you want the Best of any thing in the tobacco line or in line cigars order from f. A. Davis and co., the leading tobacco jobbers of Baltimore my. Or wait for to Weir Salesman Frank w. Byrd one of the oldest knights of the Road. Frank always tries to please and be of Bee lit to his customers. Or. Brown is endorsed by the medical profession and is not to be classed with the travelling opticians. Will be at Oua cock Otic week. Examination free. A Call on s. W. Ames a Cotor baby carriages Large rocking chairs and bedsteads. To Weir styles and Low prices will Surprise you. How Are your eyes or. Brown of new York is at Oua cock for one week. Examination free. If you Are looking for a near Nobby cheap suit of clothes or a pair of pants it will pay you to see our Large Stock. S. W. Ames a co. F. W. Shivers manufacturer of ice Cream Peninsula Junction my. Best Quality and lowest prices. Send him your orders. Our shoe department is equip Etc i All the novel i s in indies and gift s. Call and be them. S. W. Ame it a t o. See the Lodver Themert of Ames shield a co., in this Issue. We take this method of expressing our thanks to All who have tendered their sympathy by words or letters for our losses by the late fire at Parksley. That sympathy not Only at Home but by letters from Haiti More. New York Philadelphia and tie West notwithstanding our insurance is nearly worthless which was Given us by smooth tongued agents encourages us to redouble our efforts to repair the losses which have failed to us. A. F. Makaus Nettie Meaks. All lire insurance policies cuu celled by tie company or attorneys of Quot the Lloyds a must lie accompanied by the Unen med premiums on said policies to be legally cancelled Aud i advise All policy holders of s. A n. A. Aud n. Y. C. Lloyds Dot to surrender ten in policies until the unearned premiums Are returned to them. W Lien this is received tie policy is legally cancelled if the premiums Are returned at pro rata rate. A. Frank bran. Lit to to it i i j c Toni re. A us a r on i hut i ver Aid that 1 a a a a Ever cheated capt. i r. I of it of one remit Teli 1 a it a a or in t a nor in than. A. U. n. Belinda va., june 9, sufi. Business notices Notick is hereby Given that i will prosecute any person who trespasses upon my property on me Tompkin Beach or occupies the same without my consent. It is for rent by Day week or season. Thos. W. Russell. Midway a. I. 15. 18. 17. 20. 21. 23 7. 0. 13.�?2. 1 5. 3. 0. 4. A. A. G.�?150. 80. 83. 23. 11. 84.-88. 5. 9. E. E.�?100. 103. 300.�?a. G.-09. Notice an Alemey Heifer about one year old White and red color without Marks came to my premises in May. The owner will please Call for her. Pay charges and take her Uway. A. B. Hargis Tasley a. Lost of the Road from Parksley to Accomac c. H., Oue bundle of account of sales mostly from Star a a go., new York. The Len Der will please Send them to j. Watts Barksley a. Money to loan. Apply at this office. Notick i am now prepared to fill ail orders for building lumber it my Mill at Accomac c. H., and to deliver same at. Any Point of the Peninsula. A. J. Lilliston. Notick to my in leads Aud patrons is hereby Given that my shop has been restocked and that i am now ready to fill All orders in Eracli Branch of my business. A. J. Lillis ton Accomac c. H., a. 2t. Wanted a woman to do general housework at hotel Doughty. G. Lloyd Doughty Accomac c. H., a. Want do a Good Blacksmith at once. Will rent shop and tools or hire a Man. W. S. Nock Hailwood a. Heifer 1 year old White and red color left my premises about two weeks ago. Information of her suitably rewarded. Juo. Johnson Parksley a. Notick come to Bloxom station to buy your land made harness and to get your Carriage repaired Aud painted. First class work at very Low prices. Call and see me. B. L. Payne. Notice i am no longer connected with the Linn of j. C. Justis a co., Hunting Creek. May 8, 1891, j. C. Justis. Notice use Blackstone a Strawberry chill and fever cure for chills and fever and la Grippe a. Never Falls to cure. For Sale by All druggists and merchants. Price 51 cents. E. 0. Blackstone. Proprietor Mills Boro Del. Notice a valuable information for one Lewis s. Byrd who settled in Minnesota about 1858, or his heirs. Apply immediately to the undersigned with vouchers of identity and full proof of Heirship. Any one furnishing the above information will be suitably rewarded. 0. P. Byrd a co., 9 South Howard st., Baltimore my. May the 21st. 1s9u. Or. Charles h. Wetzel of Sudbury a was so much pleased with a remedy which cured him of rheumatism that he made affidavit to the fact for publication As follows a this is to certify that on May 11th i walked into Melicks drug store of a pair of crutches bought a bottle of chamberlains pain Balm for i Alai amatory rheumatism which had crippled me up. After using three bottles i am completely cured. 1 can cheerfully recommend it. Charles h. sworn and subscribed to before me on aug. 10, 1894. Walter Shipman j. P. Pain Balm is for Sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by Blackstone a Bell Accomac and w. Parker Luu cock. Land Fob Sale a several Nice farms of different sizes water situations ac., improved with buildings in Northampton county a. If not sold before August will be for rent for 1897. Apply to t. Scott Onancock a. For a knt for the year 1897, the farm near Accomac c. H., where William Drummond now resides. Mrs. E. A c. Garrett Accomac c. H., a. Fob loan�?$1,500, the whole or in sums not less than $300, to any one person on unencumbered real estate exclusive of buildings. Oldham jr., receiver. Notice owing to tie recent election 1 have 3 horses for Sale from $43 up. Isaac b. Clark Accomac c. H., a. There is some one in almost every neighbourhood who is subject to attacks of pain or bilious Colic. Or. J. Kinney Starren Center fa., used to be troubled in that Way. Lie says a Otlie attacks were marked by terrible pains diary Lea and fainting spells. A such times 1 suffered exceedingly until i began using chamberlains Colic cholera and diary lava remedy two or three do gets of which effected an immediate and lasting for Sale by Blackstone a Bell Accomac and w. Parker Onancock. Notice cabbage plants Forsa Leat la cuts per Hundred or $1.00a thousand. J. W. Ward Savag Eville a. Fob Sale Fine ground dry fish in sacks delivered at factory at $25 per ton and at All wharves of Baltimore Chesapeake Aud Atlantic railway co., for $1.00 extra. Apply to s. K. Martin a co., or a. J. Morse har Borton a. Fob rent Brick storehouse at Accomac c. Possession Given May 1st, 1800. Apply to Thos. W. Blackstone. Sprouts srrouts�?300.000. More or less improved big Stem Jersey Sweet potato sprouts for Sale at prices to suit the times and season write for circular of instructions testimonials and prices. W. L. Elzey Exmore. A. Fob Sale or rest tract of land containing 05 acres in Belles neck. . Kellam m. D., Locustville a. Try an Export Cigar and if not satisfied ask for your Money. What Are they the Best 5 cent Cigar on the Peninsula. A 10 cent Cigar for 5 cents. The Best in Quality and Quantity. For Sale by f. A. Davis a co., Baltimore who i Sale Agars. Clu a Boss 11 Inch tobacco the be to 1 Inch if Yon want qualify and Quantity Chews b a it in i. To 11 Inch is Boss of the Road. Continued on second Pae you Are cordially invited to Call and see our new Spring Stock of we want you to see our goods on the counters and in the piece. We Are just now getting in a very attractive line of White and Cream dress goods for commencement graduating dresses for Young ladies and children s Day dresses for the smaller folks. Should you need anything in this Way come and see us if possible if not possible to come and Deal in person write to us for samples and we will answer y return mail. We have five lady clerks to fill our mail orders and More than As Many gentlemen at your command. Faithfully yours Pocomoke City dry goods carpets and furniture attention of the Trade is directed to our lines of Bress goods and mks us in silk and English Glona clothing shoes in High and Low Cut Straw hats hav Xiras Ftp furniture track and buggy harness the hat season is advancing and we Are offering Many bargains which we cannot duplicate when sold out. Respectfully Ames shield amp co = Onancock new Goode if goods and All kinds of goods at hard time Price for Gash or Trade. It is impossible to sell cheap goods on time. No one can afford to do it. No one will do it. If you wish to save Money go to a. and you Cau surely do it. Sells everything Worth having and at prices lower than the lowest. A my motto is under buy and my daily charge to the clerks is Quot sell Quot a sell regardless of Cost a a sell for i will note a few of the principal lines we carry and the men in charge of these Thev Are All men of experience having worked from 4 to �?�3 years they Are Ever ready to show you through. Come and see our a Tock and get our prices whether you need goods or not so you will know where to go when you do want them. John t. Kellam has charge of the clothing. Gents furnishing goods huts furniture carpets matting Wall paper 5c. And Luc. Counters ac., a with 1,230 suits and pants size from 4 years to no. 44, prices from $1.23 to $18 5�o in suits pants from 25 cts to $8.90. Will any of Giese sizes tic you do any of these prices suit you ? 253 pieces of furniture from the baby s chairs and carriages to chamber and parlor suits All prices. C. E. Mears has charge of the dry goods notions trimmings shoes ac., with 1,950 pairs of snoes and 17,324 Yards dress goods and dry goods. James c. Heath Lias charge of the grocery Aud hardware department grub loaded shells All kinds of boat fixtures. Stoves heating and Cook including the Sheet Iron for Wood. Get his prices before purchasing. Hugh Fosque and a. G. Have charge of the paint line. See last week s and. About paints in mosque also runs the drug fruit Candy Aud Queens Ware line Tea sets dinner sets toilet sets a. Call Early and secure bargains they Are Here sure to see them is to buy them. Yours very respectfully Wjk. U. Of. Mears Wacha Phe amp Gueva furniture six carloads a list ii. Big Linen select from chamber suits in antique Oak Walnut Birch Elm or , great variety of styles in Plain and shaped carriages this line excels any previous shades in All the latest fringes and colors. Matting carpets organs. Sewing a Cash or easy monthly instalments to suit your convenience. Tiibi Belle Haven furniture co.,Belle Haven a

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