Big Stone Gap Post in Big-Stone-Gap, Virginia
5 Jun 1907

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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - June 5, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Sci insula a Iii Rise Accomac co it How so a. A , september 2g, is9g. John w, and owner. Local mews. County court next monday. Frost thursday morning the first of the season. Board of supervisors meets wednesday october 14th. Special shoe Sale at Ashby amp Belote s next monday. See advertisement. Or. A. , is Home with new goods and offers special inducements to buyers. A joint debate it is rumoured will take place at Cape Charles to night Between Tom Dixon and Hon. Win. A. Jones. Every prohibitionist with Republican proclivities in the county of a comae will vote this year it is stated the Republican ticket. Hon. We. A. Jones our representative in Congress will address the people of Accomac at the courthouse on next court Day 28th inst. Lukey Harmon a coloured woman Well thought of by those who knew her who reached the Ripe old age of 01� years last june was buried by undertaker l. J. Hyslop near Exmore. Last sunday. Mrs. Marceline Melson will open a select line of millinery at Lee Mont on the 28th Day of september 1806. The ladies Are invited to Call and examine the styles and prices. Or. J. 0. Taylor acc Mac c. H., is now prepared to furnished Heaters and repair at Short notice All stoves or tin work bought to him. Heia vites you to Call at his place when at court next monday. Everyone who attends our court next monday who is in arrears for subscription is expected to Settle on that Day. Send the Dollar by your neighbor who does attend if you cannot be present. Torn Dixon a oratory at Onancock last tuesday night convinced one Gold Bug that it was his duty to return to the democratic fold. The cause of democracy in that Section was greatly strengthened by his Visita joint debate is Likely to be arranged Between Hon. We. A. Jones democratic nominee for Congress and sex gov. We. E. Cameron representative of the a Republican Aid society a at Accomac c. H., next monday. E. Benson will be at Accomac c. H., monday next court Day with a full line of samples of fall and Winter suiting Trouse rings and Over coatings comprising All of the newest designs for fall and Winter Wear. Give him a Call if you Are in need of a suit. Tom Dixon was honoured by the presence of republicans from Many sections of the county at his meeting at Onancock last tuesday night the people of the town generally did not turn out to hear the message of Bro. Dixon from Wall Street in the interest of republicanism. Or. N. B. Wescott continues to speak daily in the counties of the first District on the Western Shore and the report received from him through a correspondent in that Section is a that he is doing very effective work and is accomplishing much Good for the cause of t to platforms have been erected in the court House Yard for accommodation of the political b. Users expected Here next monday. Hon. Win. A. Jones will occupy one and speak in the interest of democracy and a or. Popham Republican will occupy the other. The Norfolk landmark reports the marriage this week in Norfolk of miss Jennie w. Marshall a a very pretty Petite blonde daughter of the late Samuel Marshall of Accomac county Quot to or. Geo. A. Etheridge a a popular employee of the new York Philadelphia and Norfolk Tom Dixon in his speech at Onancock in the interest of republicanism admitted we Are advised that free Silver would Benefit the Farmers and such the testimony of everyone Republican and Democrat. There certainly should be no doubt How every Farmer will cast his vote in november. John a. Bundick trustee will sell at Public auction at Parksley on saturday. October 10th next the House Aud lot of James r. Lewis situated in said town. The dwelling is new and of modern style und located in a desirable part of the Thrifty town. For particulars see posters. The minutes of the Accomac Baptist association printed at this office Are ready for distribution and will be forwarded at once to the different churches As soon As we Are advised As to the number to which each is entitled. Clerks of churches or some member who May be in town next monday court Day will please Call at the office and get them. Neighbourhood notes. Rom count tax. Capt. Edward t. Marsh of Smiths Island md., is with us at present visiting his parents capt. David a. Marsh and wife. Capt. Wesley Marsh Schooner Lillie Helen Aud capt. James r. Marsh Schooner William Mason Are at Tangier and Smiths islands to buy oysters during the coming season. The political issues of the present Campaign Are the main talk of our people who Are pretty equally divided in their opinions. The majority of Thorn expect to attend court next monday where they Hope to get some Light in the matter. Mrs. Bettie b. Marsh wife of we. C. Marsh Aud daughter of Thomas a. Mears died on Friday september 18th, of cancer. She has been a great sufferer and for two years has been confined to Lier room. Mrs. Marsh was highly esteemed in this Community. And died like she lived trusting in Jesus. Her husband and two children survive her. Funeral services were conducted at the residence of her father in Law capt. John w. Marsh on sunday september 20th, at 2 p. In., by Rev. L. Dulany who preached an impressive funeral Sermon. About two Hundred persons were present to the last tribute to the dead Aud express their sympathy for her sorrowing husband and Motherless children. The interment took place in the family burying ground on Clifton. Ii unit us. Or. G. B. Fosque is quite sick this week. Margaret Academy is continuing to enrol pupils. Onancock Public High school will open monday. October 5th. Or. T. C. Killarn Aud family have returned from a pleasure sojourn at Niagara Falls. Prof. F. P. Brent and or. T. Scott spoke at Cashville to a Large crowd Friday night of last week. Rev. A. J. Reamy has just closed a very successful protracted meeting at red Bank Baptist Church with about forty professions of Faith. Rev. Tom Dixon spoke at the town Hall last tuesday night in the in Terest of Mckinley. The speaker was introduced by or. the Onancock and Broadway Baptist churches have unanimously called pa9tor Geo. W. Hurt of Georgia to serve them. has accepted and will come at once. The Bryau Aud Jones democratic club of this place met thursday night. This is expected to be one of the largest clubs on the Shore. Or. S. F. Rogers was elected president or. W. J. Doughty Secretary or. John s. Waples treasurer. 5yk<n. The Baptist Church at this place is nearing completion and will be a handsome and commodious building. At the meeting of our town Council on monday night the question of establishing a Public cemetery will be considered. Infant child of Edward and Annie Martin died on 11th inst., George o. And Eliza Evans on the 15th inet. A and of Elmore f. And Mary Corbin on 15th inst. Oysters Are scarce in Pocomoke sound and very Many of our people will seek More remunerative employ ment in the Oyster business in the Pocomoke River. Our town Council meets next Man Day night to consider a petition of the a Pocomoke City transportation company Quot to allow them the right of Way to build a 6treet from their wharf at the Dorth end of the town to the main Street. Cd Marti note. The Rosebud society of the drum Bondtown methodist Church will meet next sunday afternoon at 3-30 p. Revival services begin at amiss Chapel next sunday night. There will be no services at the Chapel in the afternoon. Rev. Or. Sanford will preach at Onancock Baptist Church next sunday 11 a. M., and at Broadway 3 p. In. Rev. A. J. Reamy will preach at Zion morning and Naglit. To those who love music a Sermon will be preached at Parksley m. A Church on sunday night september 27th, at 8 p. To. Special music is being prepared for the occasion. A revival meeting will begin in Temperanceville m. E. Church South on the second sunday night in october. The pastor will be assisted by Rev. E. E. Harrell of the Wachapreague circuit. A revival meeting is now in Progress at garrisons Chapel conducted by die pastor Rev. E. E Harrell which promises big results. Eight persons were converted last sunday night and up to that Date there had Beed about Twenty in All. The altar is crowded nightly with penitents. A fair and festival will be held by the members and friends of Leemont m. P. Church on a wednesday september 30rh and october 1st. Supper will be served each evening and everything will be done to make you comfortable and Happy. Ice Cream and confection eries in abundance. Oysters will be served. School Nollac. Pungoteague District school Board will meet at Painter october 1st, at 1 of clock p. In., for the purpose of contracting with teachers. All teachers must sign contract before opening school. J. Turner sept. 22, 1790. Clerk. Domoci Ruthc 2uii>. Como to Accomac c. H., next monday court Day. Our present and next codgres8inan, Hon. Avilliah a. Jones will address you on that Day on the issues of the present canvass and Steps will be taken also at that time towards forming a thorough organization and prosecuting a vigorous canvass from this time on. The above is authorized As will be noted by the Foll Vlug from the county chairman editor ent Burrisk a a will you please give notice in next Issue of enter risk that Hou. A a. Jones will speak at the court House on monday next also that members of county committee Are requested to meet at the court House on court Day at 11 o clock. J. A. Box Vdovin. First District pol Hie. The democrats of the Eastern Shore Are being aroused and will give a Good account of themselves at the polls in november. The advices from Northampton Are to the effect that the democrats of that county Are enthusiastic for Bryau Sowall and Jones Aud that with few exceptions everyone who has heretofore supported the democratic ticket will stand this fall a and that several persons who have heretofore voted the Republican ticket believe in the principles enunciated in the Chicago platform and will support its nominees. In Accomac the democrats arc rapidly falling into line. Clubs have been organized in Many sections and Many others will be soon. At Odu Eek where the bolting Democrat started off with such a flourish of trumpets the democratic club contains about 100 members and Large accessions to it 200 or More Are sex i acted before election Day a Aud the boaters there instead of making headway have lost three of their number Aud More ure expected to follow their example at Hailwood and Vicinity everybody seems to be fur Bryan Sewall Aud Jones. At a meeting of their club on last saturday sight. Or. Frank p. Brent Aud senator Geo. A. La Cato addressed an audience of 300 people or More Aud were enthusiastically applauded from the beginning to the end of the forcible and eloquent speeches made by them. Their club now numbers200 Udd is growing daily. It proposes to remain the Banner democratic club of the county and will or her every Democrat in that Section in their fold. A special to the dispatch tuesday from Heathsville Northumberland county says a. B. Tyler the Republican nominee for Congress for this District and colonel r. C. Hubard after making a canvass through our county left this week for other Fields. They made speeches at three different Points in our county and left with very Little encouragement of or. Tyler selection. It is known that the Young aspirant for congressional honors Lias been greatly disheartened during the canvass in our county and sees but Little Hope of his election. In the speech Mude at Weedville the Republican speakers were hissed and the crowd kept impatiently Call ing for Towles a Young democratic speaker. Although the audience was supposed to have been composed of republicans when col. Hubard in his speech asked which of the two candidates they would have to represent them in the next Congress there was an uproarious yell for Jones. It is stated that col. Hubard remarked after the speech that they the Republican speakers must have made a mistake and gotten in the wrong meeting. There is scarcely any doubt but that Jones will get a Large majority in our county and Tyler a fears of defeat Are Well founded. adopted by a to Arterly . A berets brother Avni. P. A rights a term As our presiding elder on Alacli apr eague circuit expires with this quarterly meeting and conference a ear. And whereas brother alright Lias so faithfully zealously and efficiently served our people and cd Trch we therefore in conference assembled hereby resolve that we deeply regret parting with our said brother and elder and in parting would Supplicate a throne of Grace to prolong his life of usefulness in our methodist conference and most heartily commend and recommend him to our sister churches and circuits within the Borders of said methodist conference wherever lie May in the Providence of god be sent. and Cobbs. Garrisons Church sept. 12,. Dou Foft. Mrs. Mury Dillard wife of prof. James Dillard of new Orleans and daughter of the late Lafayette har Mauson of Norfolk died in Harrisonburg va., last sunday and was buried in cemetery at Norfolk on tuesday. Be was a lady of Fine Christian character and generally beloved for her ready amiable qualities. News of her Early death is received with regret by a Large Circle of relatives and friends on the Eastern Shore. Mrs. Nancy Marshall wife of Richard Marshall died of asthma at her Home near Belinda on thursday 17th inst aged about 65 years and was buried on the following sunday. Be was a very estimable lady and her death is deeply regretted by a Large Circle of relatives and friends. Or. Stuart Evans died after a Short illness at Oak Hull saturday 12th iust., aged 05 years. I ��trucily0 fire at Loi Zioni. The storehouse and Stock of goods of or. D. Johnson and grocery store of or. I. T. Johnson occupied by or. Emory d. Hinnan located at Leemont were destroyed by fire last monday night. The loss of or. D. Johnson is about $10.000 and his insurance was about $3,000. The loss of or. I. T. Johnson is about $400 and his property was not insured. Or. Johnson saved Only a Small portion of his Stock of goods. Or. Him an was in his store at the time of the fire Aud succeeded in getting out the most of his goods. The fire started in a granary Back of or. D. Johnson a store about 10 80 of clock and its origin though unknown it is believed was due to the carelessness of some parties who tearing off the weather boarding in the rear of the building had entered it for the purpose of playing cards. Or. John Bon and no one in his employ so far As he knows had been in the old granary for several Days. This is the Pecoud loss or. D. Johnson has suffered by fire in less than six months. His storehouse and Stock of goods at Parsley were burned thib summer with a loss to him of about $4.000 More than insurance. F. W. Shivers manufacturer of ice Cream Peninsula Junction my. Best Quality and lowest prices. Send him your orders. Korm Piialii. Mrs. Am. To Ali Accomac c. H., is visiting friends in Norfolk a. Mrs. E. F. C. Garrett arrived Home from Buffalo Lithia Springs last saturday. Or. Geo. A till druggist of Baltimore is at Accomac c. H., the guest of or. E. T. Koenig. Or. Perry Derby left on thursday to resume his studies at Houston Halifax co., a a. Master Oriu f. Taylor son of mrs. Lottie c. Taylor Onancock is a Pupil at Hoge Academy Blackstone a. This session. Hou. John a. Paker seriously ill of late at his Home on Onancock Creek was very much improved according to latest advices we Are glad to be Able to report and is expected soon to be out again. Or. John a. Duncan with his wife will leave monday 28th inst., for new York to visit his Uncle am. J. Duncan of that City and at the same time to make it a business trip looking up goods suited to his fall and Winter Trade. Avill be away about All the week. A or. George t. Ames formerly of this county is a candidate in the 19th Ward for first Branch of City Council Baltimore subject to nomination at democratic primary to be held in that City next monday. has a fair Prospect of Success and would Liis friends say have been nominated beyond doubt if he had entered the race earlier. Our countryman or. Am. T. Bundick who is making a tour of several counties of Maryland in the interest of the prohibition party is being Well received and talking to Large audiences daily. The papers generally Are complimenting Bis efforts. The following appears in a the Crescent published in Charles co., for an hour he talked most interestingly and made a Strong argument in favor of the Temperance cause. seemed to catch and hold the sympathy of his audience and wan liberally applauded. Or. Bun Dick evidently believes that human nature is More easily coaxed then driven and pins his Faith to persuasion rather than to denunciation. To called attention to the fact that however wrong the liquor traffic May be from a moral standpoint it is legally As right and proper As any other business and placed the blame for its recognized evils upon the people who by their votes maintained it. To Tux Fay a of is. a a . I do not wish to be compelled to take any other Means of collecting the unpaid taxes for last year 1895than by requesting those who have not paid me to do so at once. I am compelled to have the taxes to meet the orders of the Board of supervisors drawn on to and i Trust no other notice will be necessary to secure a settlement with those who Are in arrear. A a word to the Wise is done to delay and drive me to enforce collection. I must have the Money. I will Endeavor to attend All Public gatherings for this purpose. Your obedient servant Edwin t. Powell treasurer of Accomac co., a. Until october 3rd Slocomb bros., 9f Onancock will save Yon from 20 to 25 per cent on All dress goods and notions. Card of thank. Or. Editor a please allow me through the columns of your paper to thank the people of Leemont and Vicinity for their valuable assistance during the fire at this place on the night of september 21st. I heartily appreciate the timely Aid they rendered in helping to remove the goods from my storehouse also the expressions of sympathy that Bav since then been received on All sides. Very truly d. Johnson. Leemont a. To his Public. Having been granted the right i am now prepared to practice medi Cine and surgery in this state. Those desiring my services hereafter will find me by applying at hotel Lewis Parksley Ara. Dorsey i. Lewis a. M., m. D. Democratic clubs should be organized in every neighbourhood in Accomac. Organize at once and report to us through your Secretary what you Are doing. Remember that Slocomb Bros Cost sales will Stop october 3rd. Tax notice. Notice is hereby Given that the state tax and county Levy for the year 1896, Are now due und that in pursuance of Law the treasurer or Deputy will be at the following named places in said districts at the time herein specified for the purpose of collecting said taxes and levies Viz appointments of Edwin t. Powell Savag Eville oct. 1st, morning. Melfa oct. Lbt afternoon. Belle Haven oct. 9th. Mapps Burg oct. 12th, 13th Aud 14th. Locustville oct. 20th. Nashville oct. 22nd, morning. Finney a oct. 32nd, afternoon. Davis a Harf oct. 23d. Pungoteague sept. 26th, oct. 10th, 24th, nov. 5th, 6th, 7th and 21st. Marshes store oct. S6th, afternoon Aud night. Keller nov. 2nd. Harborton nov. 6th, at night. Tangier nov. Oth 10th and Lluli. Onancock oct. 3d. 17th, 31st, nov. 12th, 13th, 14th and 28th. A Wachapreague oct. 20th, 27th and 28th�?night when not otherwise posted. Accomac c. H., nov. 16th, 17th, 18th, also the first Day of the county court and the first three Days of circuit court and the a wednesdays not above mentioned. Appointments of John Hopkins Parksley oct. 1st, 2nd 3d, nov. 28tli. Blodorn oct. 8tb, oth and 10th. Mappsville oct. 15th, 16th and 17th. Temperanceville. Oct. 22, 23 and 24. New Church oct. 29th, 30th and 31st. Sanford nov. 4th, 5th and oth. Sails nov. 4tli and 5tb, at Naglit. Bearsville nov. 7th, afternoon. Greenbackville nov. 9th, at night. Chincoteague nov. 10. 11 and 12. Horntown nov. 12th, at night. Hailwood nov. 13th, afternoon Aud night. Mode town nov. 14th. Hopeton nov. 20tli, morning. New town nov. 20th, afternoon Leemont nov. 21st. Hunting Creek nov. 24th. Accomac c. H., 1st Day of every court. Due notice will be Given of other appointments. Those failing to their taxes and levies before the first Day of december next will Bave 5 per cent added to their Bill As the Law directs. We Hope All that can will Avail themselves of this Opportunity and save 5 per cent. If you have not paid your 1895 taxes please meet us at the place most convenient to yourself and do so. As we Are compelled to enforce collection on All that Are in arrears in order to meet the demands on us we Hope those that Are in arrears will save us this trouble. Ave still Bave some of the direct tax Money in hand which we Are anxious to out when the proper persons Call for it. Edwin t. Powell John Hopkins. September 21st, 1890. Business notices. Public Sale on saturday october 3d, at 1 o clock p. In., i will sell to the highest bidder at or. John e. Shreves store in Mode town Accomac county a Irginia rain or Shine my household and Kitchen furniture. Also a storm und Brewster buggy almost new and a Well known first class horse if buggy and horse Are not sold privately before. Terms Cash. A. W. Avoid. Public auction the executors of John a. Gillet deceased will sell at Public auction on his late premises it Accomac c. A Friday october 2d, valuable personal property of the decedent consisting of one horse cart drag plow. 2 cows 2 calves Carriage lumber Locust posts household and Kitchen furniture. Amp a. Sale to commence promptly at 10 a. Terms made known on Day of Sale. Executors. Notice to creditors commissioners office Accomac c. H., va., september 15th, 1896. To the creditors of Custis m. Denton deceased and All othe s concerned you Are hereby notified that at the request of the personal representative of the said decedent i have appointed the 38th Day of september next at my said office for receiving proof of All debts and demands against the said decedent or his estate at which time and place you Are required to attend and prove your claims. Given under my hand the Day and year first above written. S. T. Ross commissioner of accounts of Accomac county court. Notice Franklin c. Lewis Hunting Creek is Selling dry goods notions groceries Corn &c., at very Low prices also shingles and Cypress lumber. is agent for the gasoline boat which leaves his wednesday and saturday for balt More carrying passengers freight and merchandise both ways at very Low rates. For rent for the year 1897,three valuable farms situate near Eastville va., known As a Pocahontas a a Little Pocahontas a and apply to Marv l. Mcnutt or Otho f. Mears Eastville a. For Sale a thoroughbred Collie pups. A. Turlington fair Oaks a. For rent for the year 1897, my farm in Craddock neck known As the Allen farm. This is a Large and desirable farm with one of the finest pastures on the Eastern Shore attached. Avill be leased for a term of years if desired. A. J. Lilliston Accomac c. H., a. Wanted by a Young Man of experience position As clerk. Reference Given. Address Box 53, Accomac c. H., a. Notice a cow with Marks Quot under bit both ears cropped the right ear a left my premises last of july. Information of her whereabouts suitably rewarded. Alfred t. Northam Accomac c h., a. Notice strayed away from my premises Light Alderney cow with Ferrules on her horns and Lea her strap on her head Slit in both ears. Information suitably rewarded. G. Welly Coard Accomac c. H., a. For Sale one Choice Young mule 6 years old. A. J. Mcmath . Notice All persons indebted to me will please Settle As much of their accounts As they can by september 15th, and the balance by october 1st. J a. Barnes Bloxom a. Notice a persons indebted to is for fertilizers for this or last year store accounts and All other open accounts Are respectfully but urgently requested to Settle same without de try. E. P. Byrd amp Bro., Pastoria a. For Sale forty bushels of potato onions. Apply to John f. Gillespie Mappsville a. For Sale boiler and engine of 50 horse Power in Good order cheap. C. S. William amp Bro., Belinda a. Rev. Mark Minser a Dunkard minister of Deckers Point says he can recommend chamberlains pain Balm to anyone in need of a Good liniment and that he considers it the Best he has Ever used. Pain Balm is especially valuable for rheumatism lame Back sprains swellings cuts bruises Burns and scalds. It is one of the most remarkable medicines in existence and its effects will both Surprise and Delight Yon. For Sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by Blackstone amp Bell Accomac and w. Parker Onancock notice i need the Money due me on store accounts and must have it by september 15th. All who fail to by that time will please not think hard of me As i shall be compelled to resort to harsh Means for collection. William Bloxom. It is not unusual for druggists to recommend chamberlains cough remedy to their customers. Many of them have used it themselves or in their families and know from personal experience its great value in the treatment of coughs colds and croup. They know too that their customers Are their Best Friend and naturally wish to give them the most reliable Medicine they have for those ailments. Messes. Daugherty bros., prominent druggist of Indiana pa., Bay Quot ave sell More of chamberlains cough remedy than of any other cough syrup and always take pleasure in recommending it to or. Urey the popular druggist at Fredonia pa., who has sold chamberlains cough remedy for several years says �?o1 can truly say that it is the Best cough Medicine in the for Sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by Blackstone so Bell Accomac and w. Parker Onancock. Chew Cid Crow. O for Sale by f. A. Davis so co., f. A. Byrd Peninsula agent. Old Crow is the Best i la. Of tobacco on the Market. Old Crow has Many rivals but no equal As to Chew or Quality. Notice All persons indebted to me on mercantile fertilizer or any other account must come foward Aud Settle at once. I need the Money and must have it. U. L. Parkes. Notice i forbid ail persons from Hunting on my land with gun or dog either in my Woods or on my farm. Any one caught will be prosecuted to the full extent of the Law. I. A. Bagwell. A for rent for the year 1897, the hotel at Harborton now occupied by Captain e. P. Evans. John a. Sturgis Davis a Harf a. Notice bids for Coal for schools for Lee District will be received and closed september 20th. T. O. Kellam clerk. Notice housekeepers companion Cook Book compiled by miss Bessie Gunter can be bought at Enterprise office or a. T. Avise s drug store Onancock. Suitable for Xmas presents and All the proceeds from same Given to charitable a and High art0paperhanging a at the lowest possible Price. Charles Kitchelt Onancock a. Headquarters at Wise a drug store.$20 to $100 a month. The Onancock school of business Onancock va., will open september 1st, for instruction in such branches As will prepare Young men and Young women for actual business. Bright student can graduate in six months and will be fitted to command salary ranging from $20 to $100 per month according to ability. George w. Burke jr., Grad Goldey come a. Col principal commercial department. Rev. George w. Wilcox Grad. Dickinson come a. Col assistant principal shorthand department. You can enter at any time. Write for catalogue. Visitors Welcome. Blackstone amp Bell Accomac c. V druggists a full line of fancy articles drugs oils paints seeds &c., kept on hand at lowest prices. 00 = Ames shield amp co = Onancock a. Have you a son or daughter to prepare for school or do you want an Early fall outfit if so we Are Well prepared to meet your wants in dress goods notions trunks satchels ladies or misses wraps amp a. As we have purchased Many fall goods Early to meet the requirements of those who need their outfit Early in the season. We invite you to do your fall shopping with us. Come up and spend the Day we can suit you both in goods and prices.41. Biome am amp Pocomoke City my. Dry goods carpets and furniture Emporium. Where will you buy your Why at a. G. Mears Wachapreague a. Sure that is if you have half an Eye to business and want All you can get for your Money. has just returned from new York and other Northern cities with lots of bargains bought at half to three fourths their value and proposes to share these bargains with you. Call and see him at once As you will have All to gain and nothing to lose As he does not ask you to buy a Penny a Worth that you can buy cheaper elsewhere Aud in addition to these bargains he is giving two pounds of sugar with each Dollar spent in Cash in several lines of goods. This he cannot afford but simply does it to reduce his immense Stock. Wants More Cash and less Stock. Call Early while their Stock is Complete in a very department As you can get everything you need right Here and thus save time and Money. All orders either Large or Small will be most highly appreciated by a. G. Mears Wachapreague a p s a ladies remember that the r. Amp g. Corsets Are the Best fitting corsets known from 79c. To $1-25, the latter beinga$1.50 Corset the celebrated m c French Woven Corset the biggest bargain on record,$1 Corset for 59c. Big reduction in Bily carnage and a a for next 30 Days. Tie Belle Haven furniture co., Belle Haven a. E. Selby of va., with Quigley i Mullen Wilmington Del Quot wholesale grocers and dealers in cigars and tobacco orders filled on Day received Quick transit and lowest prices should commend us to the patronage of the Peninsula. F. W. Shivers manufacturer of ice Cream p. O. Peninsula Junction. Shipping station Kings Creek mo., n. Y. P. So n. R. R. Parties who Are interested in festival and fairs will find it to their interest to write to me for prices. F. W. Shivers

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