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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - June 12, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia 1 rain Suhi a Nink. Accomac court House a. Neighbourhood notes. Saturday october 3, 189c. J Jhn w. and owner local mews. Board of supervisors meets wednesday october 14th. Circuit court of a conc commences next tuesday. The Public schools of Accomac open next. Monday october 5th. Hou. William a. Jones will address the voters of Northampton at East Ville monday october 12th. Or. D. Johnson Lemout is having Quot a closing out Sale Quot and has bargains to offer you. See advertise meet. A Large Hue of new millinery and notions just received and now open at Onancock by Mia l. A. Neville. See advertisement. Or. W. J. Coleburn formerly of Accomac c. H., now of Norfolk is Home on a visit to relatives and friends this week. Or. Drummond Fletcher of Taco in Washington is at Accomac c. This week on a visit to his brother or. h. Fletcher or. A big Oyster roast will be Given at Parks lev next wednesday in Honor of Hon James w. Marshall who will and dress it of on that occasion. The democratic county committee meets at Hailwood next tuesday on arrival of northbound train about 1 of clock. A full attendance of the members is requested. Capt. John w. Richardson of slip deside sold his fast pacing Mare. Quot Trixy Lee Quot in Baltimore last week for $1,000, and returned Home much . Or. Ritchie f. Ward formerly of this office now an employee of the government printing office Washington d. C., is Home for a month for rest and recreation. An advertisement of the Mutual Benefit fire insurance association of Eastern Shore of Virginia appears in this Issue of interest to All our readers. Head it if you want insurance. Or. E. T. Coleburn is in the City buying goods for the firm of w. Coleburn amp son. Read notice of special sales Days and bargains offered. Or. B. T. Melson left on yesterday for Philadelphia to buy Stock of fal goods for firm of Meison amp Daugherty. Quot watch our columns for the bargains the firm will have to offer next week. An advertisement of the Onancock school of business in this Issue merits the attention of our readers. The principal proposes to make it a per Ina neut institution of Onancock Aud Ilii Ough us solicits your patronage. Thos. W. Blackstone trustee will sell at Public auction on saturday october 10th, 3 p. In., at Pungoteague a parcel of land containing six acres situated on Pungoteague Creek recently conveyed by Edward j. Corbin and wife to Richard Parker. See posters. Hon. James w. Marshall Cyclone Jim will speak at Parksley next wednesday afternoon at 2 of clock in the interest of Bryan Sewall and Jones. is one of the most entertaining and effective speakers in Virginia to Day. Everybody should come Cut and hear him. A graph phone exhibition will be Given at Zion Baptist Church next thursday Naglit for Benefit of said Church and at the Drummond town m. E. Church. South next tuesday night for Benefit of same. Refreshments will be served at the latter place after the concert. The Money question is presented in a supplement of the Enterprise to Day and All who want Light on that important question should give it a careful perusal. Read it carefully and you cannot fail to have All doubts removed As to the Way you should 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 and located in a desirable part of the Thrifty town. For particulars see posters. Or. L. J. Hyslop Secretary and treasurer of the Mutual Benefit fire association of the Eastern Shore authorizes the announcement that a meeting of the directors of said Asso. Citation will be held at Keller next wednesday on the arrival of the noun train. A full attendance is requested. Cards Are out for the marriage of miss Julia e. Rue to or. Thouas a. Duncan tuesday afternoon october ctr 3 of clock at methodist episcopal Church South Belle Haven. The Young lady is the popular and very attractive daughter of capt. William j. Rue Belle Haven. Or. Duncan is u promising Young business Man of Newport news a. The Blackstone female Institute which is attended by a number of our girls from the Eastern Shore opened of september 17th, under the most favourable circumstances. Not withstanding the financial depression the school is Fuller than at any time in its history. The boarding department shows an increase of 33 per cent., there being about so boarders in the school the total enrolment being about 120. There Are eighteen Ozug ladies from the Eastern Shore in attendance. Till onto Kne the Wallops Island club House has closed for the season. The Atlantic hotel has been filled to its utmost capacity for the past few weeks. Rev. S. U. Grimsley has baptized Aud received into his Church of late nine persons. Daniel j. W. Lewis and miss Emma e. Brasure were married september 17th, Rev. S. D. Grimsley officiating. Schooner j. R Mollitt arrived this week from Providence r. I., with cargo of Coal which was sold Here at $5.40 per ton. The sanctified Church was sold at Public auction in front of Atlantic hotel last week for $105. It Cost about six years ago $2,000. The widow of Rev. James Conner and children and Joseph Gray of Philadelphia have moved Here add will make it their future Home. Rev. Thomas Dixon spoke Here at night of september 25th to a Large audience and his talk entertained them but was not very convincing. Miss Georgie Burbige of Brunswick go., is visiting her sister mrs. S. E. Matthews and miss o. Parsons of Bishopville md., is the guest of miss Lillie Warren. Or. W. E. Smith is at the Wallops islands club House this week for the purpose of establishing communication with it by phone Aud the life saving stations. Frank j. Townshend clerk of o. M. Jones druggist has Given up the place to the regret of Many friends Here to take course of studies at Richmond medical College. Mrs. K. Smith has bought the Stock of millinery goods of mrs. James Taylor and will open at the place of business of the latter a millinery and dressmaking establishment. Little Allie Burton of Locustville is Here on a visit Aud is As closely watched by one of our beaux As if he expected him to take the whole of the Island Back with him on his return Home. Our building Boom continues Des Pite the hard times. The new steam Mill of or. N. Gordy will be in operation next week Aud a handsome dwelling also is in course of erection for him new storehouse is being built by w. N. Court nth storehouse and dwelling by w. J. Matthews and Levin Booth bakery establishment by mrs. Angustus Fleming parsonage by m. E. Church and dwelling by or. D. R. Watson. A to rivals at Atlantic hotel this week or. And mrs. Henry Fisher c. B. Pentz Baltimore h. F. Weeks j. W. Connor Frank Mitchell j. W. Melson Jas. N. Conant Phila. S. Carter jr., s. G. Davis we. Hare jr., m. E. Selby Wilmington we. A. Taylor Stockton g. E. Phillips. Norfolk Rev. Thos. Dixon and wife new York judge j. W. G. Black Stone s. W. Matthews t. W. Russell Jas. Fletcher jr.,m. Broughton Jno. J. Blackstone w. S. Holland Accomac. Belloff Haven. Mrs. V. J. Stewart is quite sick. Miss Thomas of Eastville is visiting miss Sarah Anderson. A new store has been opened Here by messes. Warrington amp Elliott. Or. George w. Abdell has added a handsome porch to hi6 residence on Lee Street. Or. Frank a. Shield is preparing to build a handsome residence at Exmore. Mrs. A. A. Mears and mrs. J. A Quot Nicholson Are visiting friends in Philadelphia. One of the largest barns on the Shore is being built by or. We. L. Elzey near Exmore. Mrs. James t. Walkley and daughter miss Eva also mrs. E. T. Guy. Visited Baltimore this week. Or. We. J. Dincau is making extensive preparations towards keeping a a bachelors shall in the near future. _ or. George w. Elmore jr., will move into his new residence on Locust Street about the first of november. The ladies of the Earnest workers society Are preparing for an entertainment which will take place last of the month. Our people Are much discouraged by the Low prices of potatoes. Schools open october 5th. Hope it will be a profitable session. Or. Taylor is Down with his old trouble rheumatism. Has had a Long spell. There will be a fair and festival at the m. P. Church on wednesday. October 7th. Ice Cream co Fec Tion Aries and supper will be served and All Are invited to attend. The Rev. Or. has been preaching during his vacation at at lactic Baptist Church is a great favorite with our people of All de nominations. has returned to Richmond College and on taking leave of the Church sunday night a great Many of the Large congregation marched by the altar and took him by the hand As they bade him Good Bye. Ave bid him god Speed in his Earnest Effort to do Good. seems to have in him the elements that will make him an eloquent and popular preacher. had two converts sunday night. See Ames shield amp cos., and. In this Issue. They have returned from the Northern markets with an immense Stock of goods. Ounn Corb. Miss Florence Dodson has returned to Onancock for the Winter. Mrs. E. A. Merrill is in the Northern cities buying her fall goods. W. T. Wise is making arrangements for a Complete line of Public school books. Or. S. U. Hopkins left for his work at Harvard jul varsity Friday of Ian to week. Hog cholera is very prevalent in this Section several have lost flue porkers. Or. John a. Parker continues quite sick at his Home on Onancock Creek. Or. I. W. Bagwell is beautifying his Large residence mount Prospect this week. Or. A. T. Bundick the state Temperance lecturer is of another tour through Maryland. Rev. G. A. Hurt will preach in the Baptist Church sunday at 11 a. Ra., and at Broadway in the afternoon. Or. R. T. Ames who Lias Boen sojourning in the mountains of new Hampshire returned Home saturday. Rev. A. J. Renov has returned from his meetings up the Peninsula and is preparing to move to modes town. A the storm of tuesday night broke the top railing on the residence of a. S. Nelson main st., and uprooted several Trees in the town. Fred w. Robertson Lias accepted a position in the drug store of or. Atm. Parker vacated by or. Colburn to attend the Richmond medical College. Mrs. James g. Nock accompanied by her father left for Indianapolis last week with her Little daughter for medical treatment in that City. They will be us but from the county several weeks. . Fish very plentiful in our Market this week. Or. J. Hebard sr., Aud family have moved to Locustville to the regret of their Many warm friends Here. The protracted meetings in the m. E. Church South closed last 8unday night and the pastor is now assisting at Frau town. Mrs. Josie Norton of Texas returned Home last tuesday from a ninety Days visit to mrs. Mag mister and other friends. The Pungoteague Academy has opened its second session und the Prospect is that the patronage will be Large. The number of pupils from both counties is growing weekly. The air tight Wood heating stove Are fast growing in popular favor in this Section because they Are More economical than the Coal Heaters. 8. W. Ames amp co. Have a Large and varied Stock of them also cooking Storsand supplies. Hon. Thos. M. Scott bolter Democrat made a 6peeeh Here some Days ago and it was disclosed while he was making it that he came upon the invitation of Mckiou lewites. The definition he gave us of what democracy meant was not satisfactory to his audience and their disgust was shown in a Way which could not be very Gratifying Rohim. Awhile he was advocating the single Gold Standard the greatest Hurrah went up for Bryan and Sewall and 10 to 1, that Pungoteague has Ever heard. The last seen of or. Scott he was wearing tags on his coat Tail add Cane labelled 10 to 1�?put there by the a Yuu terrified democrats Quot of this place. Clun i nol�.-�. Ayres Church revival is in Progress at this time with Holub Success. Congregations Fine. Rev. E. F. Garner will preach at Assawoman schoolhouse next sunday at 3 30 o clock p. In. Rev. Luther t. Hitt will fill his appointments next sunday october 4th preaching at Only at 11 a. Ju., and at Locustville at 3 p. M. Rev. A. M. Mitchell of Baltimore will conduct revival services at Parks lev m. P. Church beginning sunday october 4th, 7.30 p m. Three Young ladies namely miss Maggie Shrieves miss Fannie Riley and miss Maggie Marsh were awarded prizes for Church work at leather Bury m. E. Church sunday. A revival meeting will begin in Temperanceville m. ,South, on the second sunday right in october. The pastor will be assisted by Rev. E. E. Harrell of the Lavacha Pregane circuit. The revival meeting at garrisons Chapel conducted by the pastor Rev. E. E. Harrell closed sunday night with thirty two professions of Faith and Many valuable accessions to the Church. The members of Pocomoke m. E. Church South cordially invite the Public to an Oyster supper to be Given at that Church saturday october 10th. Proceeds for the Benefit of said Church. Leal Yerbury revival closed with about 40 converts and renewals one Man seventy years of age. A husband and wife were received in the Church aged respectively 03 and 73 years. Benevolent collections at Leatherbury s and Ayres m. E. Churches a Success. Slocomb Bros will show you the finest line of samples in clothing for men and boys on the Shore. F. A. Shivers manufacturer of ice Cream. Peninsula Junction my. Best Quality and lowest prices. Send him your orders. Political meetings at Accomac col it nouse. So Gerhen by Hou. William a. Jonca cult Lex govt Rinir com crop. A immense throng of people estimated at from 1,800 to 2,000, from every Section of the county was in attendance at Accomac c. H., last monday. The sovereigns were out to listen to speeches on the political issues of the Day and were not disappointed. Hon. We. A. Jones was on hand to represent the democrats colonel John r. Popham and or. Coleman Dejarnette the Republican elector for this District were present for the republicans and sex governor Cameron for the Palmer Buckner combination. It had been expected that a joint discussion would be arranged Between or. Jones and the republicans or Between him and governor Cameron but All efforts in either direction on the part of the democrats were unavailing. The republicans Early in the Day signified their willingness to Side track their speakers for sex gov. Cameron and the sex governor when waited upon by or. Bowdoin the county chairman declined to accept the proposition for a joint discussion made him by the county chairman or any other saying that he was opposed to a joint discussion and had no proposition to offer. The democrats failing to secure a joint discussion escorted to the democratic platform on the court Green Hon. Am. A. Jones and were addressed by him for nearly three hours. Sex governor Cameron soon after or. Jones commenced his speech with n few bolting democrats and the Republican masses of the county us an escort mounted the Republican platform and proceeded to a shoot off his Little speech of about an hour and a half. Or. Jones spoke to an audience of a thousand or More and the enthusiasm with which it was received by the vast assemblage left no doubt that the democrats of Accomac Are in the fight to win and prepared to give their usual majority whatever bolting democrats or republicans May say to the contrary. The speech of or. Jones was one of the most powerful Aud effective Ever heard in the county. The speech of governor Cameron to a few Hundred people was liberally applauded but the general comment opon it even by the republicans is that the governor was not Quot on his foot Quot and that his Effort was a poor one. The coloured people with one or two exceptions crowded around the stand from which the governor spoke and showed by the Liberal applause which they gave him that they regarded him As Loyal member of the Republican Aid society and As having common cause with them. A a Cilus of coup in com we Lieen Buhoiu Lioom adopted a meeting of the democratic county committee was held at Accomac c. H., last monday or. Jno. A. Bowdoin presiding looking to a thorough reorganization of the democratic party throughout the county and an Active canvass from that Date until the 3d Day of november in the interest of Bryan Sewall and Jones. The most of the members of the committee were in attendance and All without exception Are enthusiastic in their support of the democratic ticket. The committee is As follows Pungoteague or. Geo. A. Lecato l. Mears and am. T. Mabon. Lee Thos. W. Blackstone or. Jno. A. Kellam Aud Frank m. Boggs. Me Tompkins capt. Jas. R. Hickman or. Fletcher Drummond and n. A. Nock. Atlantic a or. Frank Fletcher 8olomou t. Johnson and s. A. Matthews. Islands�?0. M. Jones a. J. Matthews and j. M. Burch. Of motion it was resolved that the committee in each District meet on 30th inst., for the purpose of select ing a sub committee of five for each voting precinct to look after the registration of voters transfers and such other matters As Are Likely to promote the Best interests of the party. The following selected in accordance with said resolutions at the District meetings on aved mesday have been reported to us Accomac c. �?Wesley j. Vatkin son Samuel t. A Aples Levin j. Melson Marty t. Bull and am. D. Tunnell. Onancock we. B. Pitt David w. Scott n. W. Nock h. R. Boggs and or. Arthur Vatson. Greenbackville Lloyd j. F. Wilson Bernie Powell Joshua Sharpley Harvey Hancock and Warren Toung. New Church David nor Liam Eli Jah Hastings Thomas p. Evans Avil Liam Duncan or. And we. Hurley. Tempered Ceville Edward Varner Joe Bunting George Hitchens Max c. Broughton and Albert Gillespie. Hall store will t. Fletcher Jas. E Anderton Herbert Drummond capt. E. R. Thomas Aud Thomas Anderton. Sykes Island John Drewer jr., Noah Miles and George a. Glenn. Bios Oil a s. F. Byrd James j. Bloxom a. A. Short s. Taylor and capt. Avilliah Somers. A Bonvilles a. Dix William j. Barnes Thos. G. Clayton Trio Rosgood Mason of wm., and John s. Scott. Mappsville of. B. Humphreys i. K. Marshall w. Avignon e. J. Ross and w. F. Fitchett. News town will White James e. Parks r. L. Parks r. M. Ross and George w. Core. The county committee adjourned to meet at Hailwood next inn essay 6th inst., on arrival of midday train. Gran democratic rail we still have a few of those 50 cents Black kid gloves left. Ash i amp Beloat. For a a Jam up fit in an $8 suit or j up to $40, come to Slocomb Bros. Ati judge j. W. Marshall Cyclone Jim will speak at Parksley on next wednesday 7th inst., at 2 of clock Oyster roast at same time. Reduced rates on train have been asked for. Other appointments. Or. F. P. Brent will speak on Chincoteague next saturday night octo Ber 3d. Or. Geo. A. Lecato and g. G. Joynes will speak at Herbert drum mond s store saturday night october 3d. Members of Hailwood club will turn out in a body on the occasion. J. W. Bowdoin chem co. Com. Democratic club. The Good work continues. Democratic clubs Are being organized in Many parts of the Eastern Shore. The following Are reported this week Onancock. Hon. Am. A. Jones addressed the Onancock democratic club at the town Hall last monday night the 28th. Though it was known but a few hours before the time of speaking that or. Jones would be with us the Hall was packed full of free Silver voters interspersed with Many of the fair sex and conspicuous among the front seats were some of the former Gold bugs who have left the hopeless minority and Are going to support Bryan Sewall and Jones. Or. Jones was applauded time and time again during his speech and at the conclusion of which Many names were added to Trio Roll of the Bryan Sewall and Jones democratic club of Onancock a. Senator or Geo. W. Lecato will address the club at the town Hall next monday night the 5th inst., and All democrats Are urgently requested to be present As much business of importance will be transacted. A. J. Doug hot Sec. . A bread Sewall and Jones club was organized in town Hall on Chincoteague last saturday night with Over one Hundred members. The following Foll Herb were elected president a. F. R. Chopper vice presidents am. J. Matthews j. J. Jones Mordecai Andrews a. J. Jester and Henry Timmons Secretary a. Awarren treasurer John a. M. A Healton executive committee Thos. B. Burch j. P. Bowden Henry Savage d. R. Vatson r. L. Marshall p. D. Corbin e. A. Phipps k. J. Bunting j. B. Dale and Arden Daisey. The club will meet a Ery Friday until election. On motion Secretary was ordered to invite Hon. N. B. Ave Scott who is a great favorite with our people to address the club at a time to be fixed by him. M. Marionville. After listening to a lengthy Gold Bug Republican address by . Dixon jr., at Marionville Friday evening september 24th, a request was made for All Loyal democrats to remain in the House and organize a Bryan and Sewall club. Fully three fourths of those present remained. Cheer after cheer went no for Bryan before and after Dixon left the Rostrum. Hon. S. S. Vilkins was elected temporary chairman and briefly stated the object of the meeting. The committee on permanent organization reported the following officers who were unanimously elected president am. E. Thomas vice presidents d. Kellam j. B. Bell h. Vilkins Secretary j. E. Fowler treasurer. Or. G. Fred Floyd. Fifty four members were enrolled. J. R. Nottingham s. S. Vilkins and t. Ames were appointed a Cor tee to secure speakers for the club. On motion it was resolved that a copy of the minutes be sent to the Peninsula Enterprise for publication. J. E. Fowler Sec. Shark asks Henry september 16, 1806, at Parksley by Rev. M. F. Sanford Orris Sheares to miss Nettie Henry. Turner Colonna september 27, 1806, at the residence of Tully col Onna by Rev. S. Dulany George t. Turner of Sykes to miss Sallie d. Colonna. Parks Landing september 21st, 1896, at Tangier by Rev. Charles p. Swain Lewis a. Parks to miss Amelia j. Landing. Atres East August 19th, 1890, at Leatherbury m. E. Church by Rev. S. Dulaney Londy Oliver Ayres to miss Georgie e. East. To Tux payor of is. Be oreo a Puri i 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 me add 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. 1 will Endeavor to attend All Public gatherings for this purpose. Your obedient servant Edwin t. Powell treasurer of Accomac co., a. Mrs. Marceline Melson will open a select line of millinery at Lee Mont on the 28th Day of september 1896. The ladies Are invited to Call and examine the styles and prices. Business notices. Wanted by a Young Man of experience in Book keeping single and double entry a position As clerk or Book keeper in any line of business. Reference Given. Address Box 43, Only a. Notice All persons Are hereby forewarned from gunning Ostering or otherwise trespassing on my premises including Marsh known As Hopeland under penalty of a prosecution to the full extent of Law. M. Northam Mode town a. For rent for the year 1897, three horse farm near Harborton. Known As Poplar Grove of which Egbert g. Bally died seized and possessed. For terms apply to m. W. Avest Bobtown a. Public Sale on saturday october 3d, at 1 of clock p. In., i will sell to the highest bidder at or. John e. Shreves store in Mode town Accomac county Virginia rain or Shine my household and Kitchen furniture. Also a storm and Brewster buggy almost new and a Well known first class horse if buggy and horse Are not sold privately before. Terms Cash. W. A. Wood. Notice a a Light red Alderney Heifer two years old a Sun debit both cars cropped the right ear Quot left my premises last of july. Information of her whereabouts suitably rewarded. Alfred t. Northam Accomac c. H., a. 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 wharf every wednesday and saturday for Baltimore carrying passengers freight and merchandise both Way at very Low rates. For rent for the year 1897,three valuable farms situate near Eastville ara., known As Quot Pocahontas a a Little Pocahontas and apply to Mary l. Mcnutt or Otho f. Mears Eastville Vul. For rent for the year 1897, the hotel at Harborton now occupied by Captain e. P. Evans. John a. Sturgis Davis a Harf a. For Sale a thoroughbred Collie ups. A. M. Turlington fair Oaks have you a son or daughter to prepare for school or do you want an Early fall outfit a anted by a Young Man of experience position As Elerk. Reference Given. Address Box 53, Accomac c. a a. For Sale one Choice Young unite 0 years old. A. J. Mcmath Only Ata. Quot i had chronic diarrhoea for ten years a Bays l. A. Richlein a Justice of the peace at South Easton a. A no remedy afforded me real Relief until i was induced by Chas. T. Kilian the druggist to try chamberlains and diarrhoea remedy. It cured me and for a year 1 have had no return of the it has also cured Many others among them old soldiers who had contracted the disease in the army and Given up All Hope of recovery. For Sale by Blackstone amp Bell Accomac and a. Parker Onancock. Notice All persons indebted to us for fertilizers for this or last year store accounts and All other open accounts Are respectfully but urgently requested to Settle same without delay. E. P. Byrd amp bro., Pastoria a. For Sale forty bushels of potato onions. Apply to John f. Gillespie Mappsville a. Fon Sale boiler Aud engine of 50 horse Power in Good order cheap. S. Altham 4 bro., Belinda a. O pc u Chew old Crow. For Sale by f. A. Davis amp co., f. A Byrd Peninsula agent. Old Crow is the Best la. Of tobacco on the Market. Old Crow has Many rivals but no equal As to Chew or Quality. It is surprising to Many that football players and other athletes regard a sprain or Bruise of so Little consequence. One reason of this is they know How to treat such injuries so As to recover from them in a few Days while others would be Laid up for two or three weeks if not longer. Writing from Central state Normal school lock Haven pa., or. A. Losch Captain of the base Ball club and gymnasium says a i take pleas ure in stating that members of our base Ball club and myself have used Baraber Jain Spain Balm with most excellent results. I unhesitatingly recommend it As the Best remedy for sprains swellings cuts and bruises of any that i know. For Sale by Blackstone amp Bell Accomac c. H., va., . Parker Onancock a. Notice i forbid All persons from Hunting on my land with gun or dog either in my Woods or on my Arm any one caught will be prosecuted to the full extent of the Law. I. A. Bagwell. Notice housekeepers companion Cook Book compiled by miss Bessie Gutter can be bought at Enterprise office or a. T. Wise s drug store Oua cock. Suitable for Xmas presents Aud All the proceeds from same Given to charitable . A Large line of new and fashionable millinery a notions just received and now open at the old establishment of Mhz. M. Neville Onancock. Miss Sadie Norris of Baltimore a first class trimmer highly recommended by Armstrong Cator amp co., has been engaged and is now on hand to look after All work in her line. The patronage of the Public respectfully solicited. If so we Are Well prepared to meet your wants ingress 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 . Dickinson amp Bon Pocomoke City dry goods carpets and furniture Emporium. Ames shield a co. Are Home with and have opened out their fall line of dress goods trimmings and linings in All the new things. Menus youths and boys in the latest styles and newest cloths. The Nobby shapes in hats s carpets and rugs gents furnishing goods see. We have Given special attention to our shoe department and Are prepared to fill your orders in the latest toes and with the finest leathers. We would also Call your special attention to our furniture department. Our line is Large styles the latest and prices Flat. We invite you out to see our display examine our styles and ascertain our prices. Very respectfully a Ames shield amp co., = Onancock a. Where will you buy your Why Ata. 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 else adhere and 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 every 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. Xxx. Or. Mears Wachapreague a p. remember that the r. Is g. Corsets Are the Best fitting corsets Knowd from 79c. To $1.25, the latter beinga$1.50 Corset the celebrated . French Woven Corset the biggest bargain of record,$1 Corset for 5jc. Big reduction indy car Moisand for next 30 Days. Tit belie Havett Fra Stirt co Belle Haven a. M. E. Selby of va., with Quigley amp Mullen Wilmington 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 . W. Shivers manufacturer of ice Cream p. O. Peninsula Junction. Shipping station King s Creek md., n. Y. P. Amp n. R. R. A a 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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