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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - June 12, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Monk Accomac court House a. Saturday october 3,189c. Entered at the Post office at Accomac c. H., va., As second class matter. National democratic ticket for president William j. Bryan of Nebraska. For vice president Arthur Sewall of Maine. For Congress we. A. Jones. The political speaking at Accomac c. Last monday demonstrated to the satisfaction of everyone present that there was a distinction without a difference Between republicanism and the Gold Bug democracy which sex governor Cameron was Here to represent or. Cameron occupied a Republican platform on the occasion spoke to a Republican audience and was vociferously applauded by it from Start to finish of his speech. That or. Cameron was a satisfactory substitute for the Republican speaker col. John Popham who was on hand to address the republicans no one will Republican will deny. Or. Popham indeed was heard to congratulate himself that he had or. Cameron on hand to speak for him and thereby give him the Opportunity of enjoying himself in another no one of course who heard or. Cameron could be Lieve otherwise than he was Here to promote the interests of republicanism. The republicans at least so understood it and no Democrat ought to be fooled by the Flimsy arguments presented by him in the interest of the Palmer Buckner combination. Sex governor Cameron in his speech at Accomac c. H., last Day made the statement that the Farmers would be benefited by the free coinage of Silver and no one Democrat or Republican denies that such would be the Case. The truth is so Patent that the Farmer needs More Money and must have it if lie would Prosper that Boss Reed sex president Harrison bolter Democrat Cockran everybody in fact has to admit is it possible that there is a Farmer so dead to his own interest that he will not vote with the Only party that promises it by the free coinage of Silver at the ratio of 16 to 1? Stop the cry of hard times or vote the Only Way by which you Are told you can get better times. Our brother the editor of the headlight quotes scripture this week and Calls the Especial attention of the editor of this paper to same. We hardly see the application but As the Captain is evidently very sick at this time in giving Aid and Comfort to the enemy of the Best interests of Vir Ginia we Are reminded of an other quotation which if not scriptural might fit his Case at present Viz when the Devil got sick the Devil a Monk would be when the Devil got Well a Devil of a Monk was the aptness of the Captain s scriptural quotations is Well in keep ing with his arguments in reference to the Gold Standard. F fifty thousand voters stood out in the rain for two hours in new York last tuesday night to Welcome or. Bryan to tammany Hall. Was it Idle curiosity As the republicans would have us believe ? they May Call it by whatever name they like but it will be hard to convince the voters of the country that they acted As they did for the fun there was in it. The demonstration there like that in every part of the country where or. Bryan Speaks showed that the american people Are stirred As never before and goes very far to convince everyone who is not too extreme a partisan that or. Bryan will be the next president of the United states. Bryan continues to speak to tens of thousands of people Mckinley to those whom the rail roads Are hauling free to Canton. The one is the representative of the people and the people recognizing him As there representative always 6eem ready rain or Welcome him and do him other a creature of combines trusts and monopolists Only receives and Speaks to those that the Money Sharks Send to him. Which do you prefer the representative of the people or of the millionaires the Alexandria Gazette remarks that that a Virginia Democrat who contemplates deserting his party now when it has a Chance to elect a real democratic president should re collect that or. Mckinley s chief advisers Are sex senator Edmonds who said the statute prohibiting sex con federates from holding commissions in the United states Side was Righta senator Chandler who stole the vote of Florida in 1890, and senator Lodge who is the putative father of the Force Bill. The country from Florida to Canada was swept by a Cyclone last tuesday and much damage was done to prop erty especially in some of the Southern states. The loss in the country is estimated at Over $1,500,000. Richmond seems to have suffered More than any other damage there being put at $200,000 or or More. Very Little loss of life is reported. Testimony that cannot be disputed. What the president of the Republic of Mexico has to say As to free Silver. President Diaz of the Republic of Mexico writes to the editor of the new York journal As follows i do not. Care to discuss the effect of the Silver coinage on the material interests of Mexico with a View to influencing the result of the coming National election in the United states. Such course on my part would be wholly improper considering the Friendly and peaceful relations exist ing Between the United states and Mexico. The present political Issue in the former country is the question of the Money Standard and i do not wish to be regarded As in any Wise attempting to affect the outcome. I can give the facts relative to exist ing industries and the establishment of new ones in Mexico under our financial system and each May draw his own conclusions As to the causes which have produced such awaken ing Lin commercial and. Industrial affairs. Ocular demonstrations of the vast development May be found by visiting the Cotton and Woollen Mills in our various cities. Some Are old others recently opened. Our paper Mills and their output also furnish evidence of our material Prosperity. Until a comparatively recent period All the pulp used in the manufacture of paper in this country was imported and the paper Only was made in Mexico now the pulp and everything that enters into the composition of the paper is made Here. The depart ments of the government will furnish the exact data and statistics showing the growth of Domestic manufactures and Commerce. Growth of Mexico s commercial interest. While our material interest have increased steadily and healthfully for the last Twenty years since the close of the Indian mints and the repeal of the Sherman Law so called in the United states the growth of Mexico s commercial and Industrial interest has been particularly marked. The consequent appreciation in the Price of Gold and the increase in Exchange Between Mexico and the Gold Standard countries at once operated to reduce importations and stimulate Home manufactures. The added Price of Exchange was in effect an addition to the Tariff. The importer added to the original Cost the duty and Cost of Exchange. Our Cotton and Woollen Mills already in operation were obliged to enlarge their capacity and new ones were established. The number of opera Tives necessarily had to be greatly increased. To show the falling off in the con sumption of foreign merchandise it May be said that the year prior to the increase of foreign Exchange on Silver our customs collections at the ports of entry amounted to $22,000, 000. The next year they were $14, 000,000. In the fiscal year ending in 1s70 our importations exceeded $25, 000,000. In the fiscal year ending in 1ss5 they were slightly in excess of$34,000,000. On the other hand our exportation increased. In 1s90-91 they amounted to $03,000,000, and in 18s4-95 to $90,000,000. There was nothing in the nature of commercial panic consequent upon the Sharp Advance in Silver Exchange. Bank and business failures rare in Mexico. Our merchants Are conservative and careful and Bank and business failures Are happily rare in Mexico under any circumstances. As to wages and the condition of Labouring men considering the nature of work and classes of Industry they com pare favourably with those of other countries. The demand for skilled labor has grown with the great increase of number of Mills and manufactories. The demand in All branches of labor is Strong. The added Exchange has not impaired the value of our Dollar As applied to the Purchase of articles of Home manufacture. Its buying Power is unchanged in this respect and prices for Domestic merchandise and produce vary Only according to the Supply and the demand. Heavy investments of foreign Cap ital in mexican enterprises have been made since the appreciation of Gold elsewhere. There is another Point of View. The foreign debt of the country is payable in Gold. The duties on imported merchandise Are collected in Silver or on that basis. The High rate of Exchange together with the decrease in our customs collections before alluded to have caused a considerable shrinkage in this source of Revenue. Indiana is for Bryan. A special correspondent of the at Lanta Constitution writing from Indianapolis says Indiana May be put Down As absolutely Safe for the Bryan column. Reports received at democratic Headquarters from All but a half dozen counties of the state show that the inroads made by the Indianapolis convention have been very slight and that they have been More than offset by the votes democrats will get from the Republican ranks and from the labor element which is so Strong in the cities and even Small towns of in Diana. The action of the populist com Mittee in preventing fusion has proved a Boomerang. The disclosures which show that Mark Hanna s Money played an important part in the result Are driving those voters who acted with the populists in 1892 and 1894 into democratic ranks. There is no state in the Union where there is greater proportion of Independent voters than is found Here in Indiana. It has been the Pivotal state in Many elections be cause a Large number of its voters have been Independent going first with one party and then with the other. It is this Independent vote which decides the result in Indiana beyond question and the greater pro portion of this Independent vote comes from the ranks of labor. In no state in the Union is labor stronger or better organized. It is True that Here in the Hoosier state Are Many manufacturers and other employers of labor who leave no Stone unturned to Force their employees to obey their wishes when it comes to the ballot Box but it is also True that in no state Are the efforts of the employer class of less who he changed. On june 15tb, 1887, general Buck Ner then a candidate for governor said in his speech at Lexington bin speaking of the Republican party it violated its duty to the people by abrogating the contract of the bondholders to receive their pay in the currency of the country and gave them Gold and it then de monetized Silver in order to make Gold More valuable and further enrich the capitalist at the expense of the peo subsequently he realized about a million dollars from Chicago property left him by his first wife. Then he changed his mind. wants it in 200-cent York Finan Cial news. Chauncey Depew As authority. Fifth new yorkers control the country because Thev control its Money. Or. Chauncey m. Depew is another Man whose record on the Money question has Given him some uneasiness of late although it must be said in Justice to his unwavering Devotion to the Money Power that or. Depew has always been a consecrated Gold Bug. Still the genial after dinner speaker has been guilty of some very indiscreet remarks. In speaking of the wonderful accumulations which had been amassed in this country within the last few years or. Depew on one occasion said there Are fifty men in new York who can in Twenty four hours Stop every wheel on All railroads close every door of All our manufactories lock every switch of All Telegraph lines and shut Down every Coal and Iron mine in the United states. They can do so because they control the Money which this country had the new York orator been the most devoted Friend of bimetal ism in this country he could not better have portrayed the danger arising from the Money Power than in the striking language which has just been quoted. It is against such a men acing condition As the one described that the advocates of bimetal ism Are waging such a Gallant flight in this Constitution. Raima s coercive measures. Sedalia mo., september 24.the following from a letter received Here by a Sedalia whose son is employed in a responsible position in the Home Stead a mill6, illustrates the Bull dozing methods of the Banna Syndi cate to Force Workin to make a showing of Mckinley strength where it really does not exist. The writer whose name is withheld for the reason that he would lose his Posi tion if it was made Public says i suppose the absorbing topic is the Silver question Aud the pending issues of the present National Campaign. How is the caused of Silver Progress ing up Here they Are almost ing heaven and Earth using divers threats and coercive measures with out end. They Are even going so far Here in and about the Mills As to threaten men if they vote for Bryan they will be discharged. It is nothing More than monarchical Rule. Last Satur Day there was an excursion from Here to Canton o. They paid Oft the men on the Friday previous some thing unknown before and As they filed out from the pay window the men wore accosted by the superintendents of their respective departments and requested to Purchase a ticket and if they declined As some of them did the superintendent would say you had better where is the boasted Freedom of our coun try 1 the Cost of the tickets was$1.50, and a great Many of the men i might say the majority of them were Only earning $1.35 per Day and the Mills have not been working More than nine or ten Days in a month and i know from my own personal observation where the children were unable to attend school for the want of shoes and clothing. Any person not living in close proximity to Large Public works would hardly credit the statement but nevertheless they Are facts gleaned from my own observations and do not come from a prejudiced mind or from what has happened in the Kot afraid of fifty cent dollars. R. Kleinschmidt the Helena banker has made Public an interest ing letter he sent to the new York world a month ago which the world somehow neglected to pub Lish Viz Helena mont., August 21, 189g. To the new York world gentlemen i hereby authorize you to publish that i will make a contract for one Hundred thousand dollars $100,000 Worth of Silver for which i will agree to pay one Dollar and ten cents 1.10 per ounce in United states Gold Coin and to be taken As soon As w. J. Bryan As president of the United states has signed a coinage Bill which will provide for the free and unlimited coinage of Silver at a ratio compared with Gold at 10 to 1, and if any of those who Are talking about fifty cent dollars desire this contract and Are willing to put up a forfeiture i am prepared to secure this offer by a forfeiture of Twenty thousand dollars $20,000. I feel confident that i can arrange similar contracts among my Circle of business acquaintances for Twenty million dollars $20,000,000to be taken one million a month for Twenty months after the signature of such a Bill. Your truly Klei Schimidt. Or. Kleinschmidt is owner of the american National Bank of Helena and one of the richest and most responsible men in Republican. Politics in the pulpit. In the political Campaign through which we Are passing shall the min ister from the pulpit Endeavor to guide his people one Way or the other with All earnestness and from a profound conviction we answer. No there never was a season when the people More needed their Day of rest and Devotion and would be More helped by the elevating pacify ing influences of divine truth. That great moral issues Are at stake May be True but that is an Assumption just now that is a question at Issue. The Christian minister has a commission to preach the word he goes outside of his commission turns aside from his heavenly errand has no Promise of divine favor and help and descends to the level of the world when he undertakes to teach politics. is not specially instructed in states Manship. Many of his hearers Are better informed. enters the Arena of party conflict alienates some part of his hearers loses dignity and authority and is for All his work henceforth shorn of strength and in fluence among presbyterian. The Best for children. I believe Chamberlain s cough remedy is the Best for children i Ever used. For croup it is unequalled. It is a splendid seller with us. T. M. Eckles pm. G., manager Wampum pharmacy Wampum when used As soon As the first symptoms appear that is As soon As the child becomes hoarse or even after the croup cough has appeared it will prevent the attack. The mothers of croup children should Bear this in mind and always keep the remedy at hand. It is also the Best Medicine in the world for colds and whooping cough. For Sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by Blackstone & Bell acco Mac and w. Parker Onancock. The state agricultural Board at its session in Richmond last week made arrangements for the enlargement of the weather Bureau. The reports made to the Board show that there Are Good crops of Corn and Toj Jaccoi this state thi6 year. By Twenty thousand this will be Brvan s majority in Virginia. The Staunton correspondent of the Washington Star says representative Henry St. George Tucker who is a member of Congress from the tenth District of Virginia and whose Home is in this City was called upon by the Star correspondent to Day and asked what he thought of the political Outlook in this state As regards the prospects of Mckinley and Ryan. In reply or. Tucker said i feel certain that Virginia will cast hgr electoral vote for Byran and that he will carry the state by a handsome majority probably not le6s than 20.000. There will i fear be some considerable defection from the demo cratic ranks in the cities but not enough to cause the majority to go any less than the figures i have named. It is claimed by the opponents of the democratic party that the vote of the Railroad men will largely be cast for Mckinley but i do not think such will be the Case. 1 am support ing Bryan because i am a Democrat and i want to contribute my influence toward the accomplishment of Unity among the people of Virginia which is not Only needed by the people of our state but of the whole South. I believe the Unity of the democratic party at least is the most important Issue before the people to Day. I have not made any speeches in favor of being a sound Money Man myself i did not care to speak on the currency question which is the Only one the people care to hear discussed und As i could not agree with my party and declined to run for Congress on that platform it is difficult to 6ee How i could speak on a 10 to 1 platform. If you talk Tariff to the people they will run you out and if you failed to talk Money to them they would never again ask you to or. Tucker was asked whether he thought the speeches of or. Ingalls were converting Many of the railway men to the Side of Mckinley but lie declined to say anything on that subject. I believe however he said that a very Large vote will be polled and that Bryan will carry the state the democrats also securing every representative in the next House of representatives from Vir Kansas for Bryan a poll shows he will have 50,000 majority. Topeka kan., september 29.the Allied free Silver forces have made Public the result of a poll of the state. J. Mack love chairman of the democratic state committee says Brynn will carry Kansas by 50, 000 majority. We have officially heard from enough counties in the state to warrant me in placing the majority at that figure and it would not Surprise me if it went even above closing out Sals. On and after monday october 5th, i will yell at greatly reduced prices my entire Stock of goods that were saved from the recent fire consisting Princi Pally of i Eady made closing 3 up goods and slices. I have on hand a full line of clothing including overcoats also a number of Odd Coats pants and vests which must be sold at the buyer s Price to get them out of the Stock. I shall soon move to my store House at Parksley and this entire Stock must be closed out at any Price. Give us a Call and examine our bargains before purchasing elsewhere. Very respectfully d h Johnson Lerner tax notice. Notice is hereby Given that the slate tax and county Levy for the year 1890, Are now due and that in pursuance of Law the treasurer or Deputy will be at the following named places in said districts at. The tim herein specified for the purpose of collecting said taxes and levies Viz appointments of Edwin t. Powell. Belle Haven oct. 9th. Mapps Burg oct. 12th, 13th and 14th. Locustville oct. 20th. Cashville oct. 22nd, morning. Firine s. Oct. 22nd, afternoon. Davis wharf oct. 23d. Pungoteague sept. 26th, oct. 10th, 24th, nov. 5th, 0th, 7th and 21st. Marsh s store oct. 30th, afternoon and night. Keller nov. 2nd. Harborton nov. Goth at night. Tangier nov. 9th, 10th and 11th. Onancock oct. 3d, 17th, 31st, nov. 12th, 13th, 14th and 28th. Wachapreague oct. 20th, 27th and28th.night when not otherwise posted. Accomac c. H., nov. 10th, 17th, 18th, also the first Day of the county court and the first three Days of circuit court and the wednesdays not above mentioned. Appointments of John h. Hopkins Parksley oct. 1st, 2nd 3d, nov. 28th. Bloxom oct. 8th, 9th and 10th. Mappsville oct. 15th, 10th and 17th.temperanceville. Oct. 22, 23 and 24. New Church oct. 29th, 30thand 31st. Sanford nov. 4th, 5th and Goth. Saxis nov. 4th and 5th, at night. Bearsville nov. 7th, afternoon. Greenbackville nov. 9th, at night. Chincoteague nov. 10, 11 and 12. Horntown nov. 12th, at night. Hallwood nov. 13th, afternoon and night. Mode town nov. 1-Itb. Hopeton nov. 20th, 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 pay their taxes and levies before the first Day of december next will have 5 per cent. Added to their Bill As the Law directs. We Hope All that can will Avail them selves of this Opportunity and save c 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. We still have some of the direct tax Money in hand which we Are anxious to pay out when the proper persons Call for it. In win t. Powell John h. Hopkins. September 21st, 1890. My Clothier Pocon Mke City my wishes through this paper to inform Iii friends and of the grand old Commonwealth of Virginia that his Stock of men a boys and children s hats and gents furnishings is Large and Complete embracing the latest and Best manufactured up to Date perfect fitting garments. Good Low values. Prices. Don t fail to see his extensive line of men s suits at 5, $7 and $10, they Are new neat and Nobby and special bargains for spot Cash Only at the peons la cloth inc House. The Onancock school of business gives a practical course in such English branches As Are essential for the making of a Well rounded business Man or woman As Well As giving a thorough course in Jook keeping penmanship shorthand and typewriting. Instructions mainly individual. Needed information furnished when wanted. . Burke jr., principal. Margaret Academy. A first class Schodl for both sexes. Full corps of experienced and skillful teachers in All the departments. The location is the most Beautiful on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Grounds cover fourteen acres of High undulating land. Library of Twenty five Hundred Standard vol Umes including encyclopaedias dictionaries and other Standard works of reference and Litera Ture open to pupils of the school. Pupils boarding in the school required to study two hours every night under supervision of the teachers. One Hundred and Twenty pupils last session. Catalogues containing full in formation sent free to any address. Frank p. Brent Onancock a. Just Tell them that you saw us we Are doing Well with most people the cry of hard times has become chronic but there Are is much Money As Ever if you have anything to bring it. Our work at present prices brings it and should bring you to Mclain & co., photographers Onancock a. You can save Money by buying your watches clocks jewelry spectacles and silverware of j. Adelstein Onancock a. We have reduced our prices 25 per cent on All our latest style goods. Also remember if you buy �10 Worth of goods we will give you a solid Gold Monogram with your name on it free of charge. Special attention paid to repair work of All kinds on line watches. Clocks jewelry and musical boxes cat greatly reduced prices. All work warranted. Highest prices paid for old Gold and Silver. Will be at Accomac c. H., every court Day for repairing. Yours truly j. Adelstein. Geo. W. Payne undertaker Marsh Market a. Keeps a full line of caskets of All grades and sizes in Stock. Orders for coffins of any Grade furnished on Short notice. Will meet trains and steam boats when requested. Sweet potato farms for Sale. No. 1.sold. No. 2.has 80 acres 50 acres under cultivation 30 acres in Pine Woodland. Land is High and level is improved by a two Story 0 room dwelling which is comparatively new with new outbuildings Young peach and Apple Orchard strawberries Etc., seven Miles from Pocomoke City in Somerset county 13 Miles from Steamboat wharf convenient to churches and schools. Price $1,200, one half Cash balance on time to suit no. 3.has 1g2 acres is in Somerset county 8 Miles from Pocomoke City 5 Miles from Costin station r Miles from methodist and Baptist churches same distance from graded school is improved by a 7 room dwelling which is in Good Condi tion outbuildings in fair Condi tion. About 100 acres of this farm is High level land of Good Quality 10 acres set to Clover the Woodland is principally Fine and affords any Quantity of Woods manure As Well As valuable Timber. Young Apple or Chard. It is believed that abet tor truck farm is not to be found in this Section. Price $2,000, one half Cash balance on Long time. No. 4.has 33 acres 23 acres under successful cultivation.10 acres is detached Woodland. This farm is beautifully situated on the suburbs of Pocomoke City with All the advantages of both town and country. Is improved by a Good six room building porches Etc., All in perfect or Der with All necessary outbuildings. This is a Beautiful Home where pleasure and profit can be combined land High. Price$2,500, i Cash or All Cash at option of purchaser no. in Somerset county u Miles from Pocomoke City has 105 acres about one half under cultivation balance thickly set in Pine Wood and from which Woods manure has never been removed. Is improved by a Small tenant House has 1,000 peach Trees in full bearing. Price $2,000 terms to suit purchaser. No. on the opposite Side of the county Road from no. 2 has 30 acres 16 acres under cultivation 14 acres in Pine Wood land land is High and level has Good Apple and peach Orchards a Patch of cultivated strawberries Etc. Is improved by one and one half Story 3 room dwell ing in Good condition. Price$g00, one half Cash. Also 250 other farms suited for All Pur poses. Send for latest Price list to f. Dryden real estate broker Pocomoke City. My. C. S. Waples d co. Wooden and fare. Brooms brushes Cordage matches axe handles Axle grease barrel covers baskets blacking Blank books glueing bowls churns compasses Broom Racks Corn Poppers butter dishes a Candle Wicks cheese safes clothes hamper a Cocoa dippers Coffee Mills Curry Combs corks dusters faucets fish Hooks and lines flour sacks halters flasks gun Caps ice Cream freezers horse cards healers Ink kegs lamp burners a pulleys lanterns Lap boards Lemon squeezer., Mats measures Marine glasses mucilage oakum Oil cans. Well buckets tubs a. 129 South Street Baltimore my. Lackstone & sell Accomac c. Pm druggist a full line of fancy articles drugs oils paints seeds a kept on hand at lowest prices. Geo. W. Orem jr., & son. A firm which has been doing business in Baltimore md., for 18 years has located at Wasly a. For the purpose of buying potatoes right from the Farmer and have come to stay As Long As the farm ers will be willing to sell to us for Cash. We have engaged a. A lillist0n and ii. A Bull to assist us in buying. August 31st, 189g. New goods. At if you want a fit in a Nice suit of clothes for a Small amount of Money Don t forget us. Yours for a Jam up fit 0. S. Siocomb Fig Bros., Onancock va., we will give special bargains in ladies especially have a cordial invitation. Respectfully as2-38y & Beloat Accomac c. Opening of 1ew goods monday october 5th, at we a Mem s Mam wednesday october 7th. Granulated sugar sold wednesday october 7th, at 5 cents per Pound at Coleburn one Day Only. If m.q3a.�y sabers you want to buy Sash doors blinds mantels Brack ets mouldings and building material generally if you need them at lowest possible to or Call on us. We have Large Stock and will make prices very Low for Cash. Goods shipped to any Point on the Shore. S. K. Martin & co. I1arb0rtox, a. Fruit and produce commission merchants. 327 Washington St. Mew York. Shipping no. 165. . James Trowers j. James Locustville l. 0. Wat son Daughert John a. Fisher Eastville Jas. A. Hall Marsh Market l. T. Parker Hometown new York National Exchange Bank new York. A i pm Mere Brick w&r�&9 Hugh j. Phillips prop r.,. Salisbury Maryland. Has beyond every doubt the finest Brick we have seen this season. has added improved machinery and skilled labor to his Large Plant is the largest South of Wilmington Del. His rail Road and boat facilities for shipping Are unequalled by any one and if you need a car or a boat Load or any part thereof write him and you will surely get a prompt and satisfactory reply. His Stock is the largest and most Complete of any Yard outside of the the Mutual Benefit fire association of Richmond a. Thu Mutual not Isth f re association of Klch mond va., for the counties of Accomac and North Ampton division Effort tha a Nom cheapest my Bot inn Franco of and pro port Over offered to the people on the e Storn Shore. All persons should at Taco insure their Bull i an of every mud and thi contents,.horses and other Natoci against Are wind and Llu Htseng. Fifty Ceotis Oil the one Hundred collars of insurance taken out will Securo a policy that will to in Force As Long As the Hou o stands. Assessments made on actual losses Only. To dwelling insured in this association situated loss than do foot from other dwellings the Toby making losses Small. This division i n you dusted by our Home people. And no mosey will be taken from Theroun Les from this Ilmoni. Each policy Holder la one Al the company. A its of scors Are fleeced an Nunley by the company. This association wan organized March 1st, i8 j6, and has written up to Date 975,000 Worth of policies Ami adding to everyday so that a thousand Dollar loss now will come very i jilt on each Ulcy. Any person wishing to insure in our association or wishing other information will apply to w. J. Rue gen 1 agent Belle Haven a . Adair w. B. Shield. Directors.y\r. M. Whitehead Bayview j. F. Parsons Capeville l. L. Nottingham Cheriton p. E. Trow or Eastville j. Roberts Bridgetown b. F. Nottingham Birdsnest j. A. Smith Exmore l. S. James Hadlock a. T. Ash by Jamesville f. S. Smith Mapps Burg v. , Belle Haven W. T. Vellani Locustville j. D. Belote Savag Eville Jas. T. Hurst Lee Mont Geo. Middleton Justi Ceville w. Bloxom Bloxon c. L. Byrd me Tompkin Jas. A. Hall Marsh Market j. D. Parsons Atlantic s. T. Johnson Horntown. . W. Nottingham president Eastville l. J. Hyslop Secretary and treasurer Keller. And. High Art a papi hanging at the. Lowest possible Price. Charles Kitchelt Onancock a. Headquarters at Wise s drug store wire he pm vote jewelled oru a ionic any part made new to order that your watch May re quire. John w. Jeweler North is. Onancock w. E. Doughty with Peter Rose & sons wholesale manufacturers of folded hand parts leather Fly nets leather and web halters saddlery goods. . Cor. Light Lombard sts., Baltimore my. Cemetery work. Monuments headstones tablets of now and Beauty us designs in Marble and Granite Gaddess Bros. No. 6 w. Fayette St., and 314 South Charles Street Baltimore my

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