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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - October 21, 1908, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Lenin Sui i Enterprise Accomac court House a. Saturday february 2g. 1s9s John and owner. L. C. # l f i a. S. County court next mond a. Board of supervisors. In session inst monday will not. Meet again until april 18th. A new Posto Floe has been established at Melfa this county with William h. Hatton As postmaster. Services will be held at new Church sunday morning. 11 of clock conducted by Rev. S. Sit German the fourth quarterly conference of Accomac circuit will Convene at Lee Mont m. P. Church first saturday in March at 2 30 p. M. License to marry was issued in Balti inor last monday to Charles l Bennett a d miss India Beurett both of Harborton this county. Bettio. The Little daughter of a. Of. Welly Coard seriously ill Iasi week is very much improved and now considered out of danger. Coile to court next monday to ser the new judge and bring that Dollar along with you that you owe us on subscription to the Enterprise. Or. William Young of near acco. Mac c. A. Fell out of his cart and was badly bruised but i of seriously injured by the cart wheel running Over him last saturday. Or. T. Mel Sou has just returned from the City with a select drove of Kentucky bred horses. Those in want of a Good far or driving horse can be accommodated he calling on him next monday court Day. E. B. Benson will be at Accomac c. H., monday next court Day with an entire new line of samples for Spring and summer suiting &c., embracing All of the newest designs and textures for the coming season. A judge for the county of Accomac had not been elected by the legislature at the time of going to press. The name of or. M. Oldham jr., has been added the the list of candidates published in the last Issue of the paper. An advertisement of Rawlings implement co. Appears in this Issue. Read it and Call on their agent or. W b. Mapp. Mapps Burg who will fill your orders promptly with everything needed in the line which the company carries and at prices satisfactory to you. The stockholders of the Onancock Telephone co. Will meet at Only. A wednesday. March 2d, for the purpose of electing officers and attending to other important business. The announcement is authorized by the president or. E. E. Miles and a fall meeting requested. courtship a drama in four acts will he Given at the new Baptist can Rob at Parksley wednesday evening March 9th, or weather is unfavourable the next fair night. Exercises will begin at eight of clock. Proceeds for the Benefit of the Baptist Church. Oyster and Terrapin supper at close of drama. Or. Prank w. Byrd a commercial tourist who usually manages to a get there Quot himself has a record breaker in old Crow tobacco. His firm sold last year of that Brand 214.72u pounds and because of its increasing popularity received Early in january of this year a Carload Quot the largest shipment Aud Only full ear shipment of 0 Inch i s Ever made to or. George Crockett a prosperous Farmer and worthy citizen living near Accomac 0. Hin attempting to repair a Well bucket about three weeks ago. Drove a Nail into his leg above the knee which caused blood poisoning and later septic peritonitis from the effects of which he has been lying at the Point of death for several Days past. The latest report from him is that the May be 6lightly improved. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Eastern Shore agricultural fair association last week the following officers were elected for the present year or. Jno. A. Kellam president a. T. Mason vice president l. C. Mears treasurer g. Walter Mapp Secretary e. F. Warren assistant. . . Pittman Geo. T. Coleburn with or. Kellam Aud messes. W. T. Mason and l. A Mears make up the Board of direr tors. Rev. F. J. Brooke d. D., will preach at Onancock presbyterian Church 8unday morning and at Mckemie Church Drummnond Towd sunday night and every night during next week. Or. Brooke is an Able Aud scholarly Runau a logical and forcible speaker and a very Earnest scriptural preacher. has left a most profound import Salon upontho6e who have heard him during his stay on the Eastern Shore. All Are most earnestly and cordially invited to attend these services. The times of Brunswick Georgia contains the following notice of our county Ian at the first Baptist Church in the morning and evening Aud at the City Hall in the afternoon of last sunday or. W. T. Burdick a Prince of Temperance orators held As by magic the Large audiences that gathered to hear him by his eloquent arguments against the licensed Saloon and by his pathetic picture of the dram Drinker s doom. Or. Bundick is regarded by Many As the finest Temperance orator on the american platform. Neighbourhood notes. Kell in kudu. Mrs. Mary Abdell is critically ill. Miss Mollie Bradford of Cape Charles is visiting relatives in town. Or. Hubert. Wright of Cambridge. Md., is visiting friends in town for s few Days. A Fine girl baby was added to the family of Rev. A. A. Whitmore on tuesday. A a . John w. Al Liottard Sally Bradford have been quite sick i Lurios tie past week. The y Ozug Peoples society of Christian Endeavor will give an eur Terai quient at a Early Date. Rev. Or. Gamble of the protest episcopal will preach in the Presb. Terian Church Here on sunday night. Or. P. Emory Robbins and miss Hopkins were married by Rev. A a Whitmore a wednesday evening of last week. Miss Sadie Duncan who 1ms been visiting friends and relatives in Norfolk Aud Newport news for several weeks past expects to return shortly the Belle Haven furniture co. Are of Terig especially Low prices for Cash on All goods now on baud preparatory to moving in their new store april first. Or. Washington. D o. Has accepted a position As drug clerk in the store of or e c. Richardson Aud entered upon his duties As such a few Days ago. Revival services by Rev. A. A. Whitmore have been in Progress at Broadwater Chapel for the past two weeks. Many persons have acknowledged Christ during the meeting. The District convention of the woman a Christian Temperance Union held their regular meeting in the methodist Church Here on tues Day and wednesday of this week. Mrs. Kiev. Of Norfolk and other prominent ladies were present at the meeting. A the of main and Lee streets was purchased some time ago by the Belle Haven furniture go Aud several carpenters Are busily engaged in thoroughly repairing and enlarging the saute. When comple ted it will be one of the nicest store buildings in Accomac or Northampton counties. Ilor Lonu oysters in our Waters very poor and Only a few barrels Are being sent daily to Market. Mrs. E. M. Yallop . E. A. Evans and Charles Silverthorn Are on the sick list this week. Miss Lizzie Watson. Daughter of or. Jos. Watson left for Farin Ville no Mal school last week. Or. James g. Taylor an miss Alice Gladden were married at the Maryland line on wednesday. 23d inst. Rev. A. J. Walter officiating. Or. Logan Henderson undertaker was in Baltimore last we a to take lessons in embalming the dead. On townsman proposes to be efficient in All branches of his business. Messes. Thos. P. Evans end win. A Holland have been elect j a Gates to the Grad Long. K a a of Honor which meets i a i next week and will leave for 111-place next monday. Poles for the Telephone line from new Church to this p Ace Are being placed in position and Coli Mutiso Tion in that Way will soon be established Between this Point and Orlier parts of the Peninsula. Wash Colona and John Berry two of our Voung men. Will enlist As sol Diers in the u. S army. Applications looking to that end have been filed by them Aud they will go to Baltimore next week to take the examinations. A Public meeting held in the town monday night having for its object the building of a town Hull. A solutions to that effect were passed Aud subscriptions for that purpose Are now being solicited. The Hall will be built at a Early Day. Our pastors. Rev. E. F. Garner of the methodist Church and Rev. Walter the Baptist Church will compare favourably with the Best on the Shore. Services Are held in each of the churches on alternate sundays and Are always filled by the members of the two denominations. Solo of Clarai Tummy. Miss Mollie Vise of Craddockville is visiting . S. S. Gray. Or. Henry Maddox of Marion md., was Here last week in the interest of the Amer eau fraternal insurance Union. Our roads Are in very had condition and the great Road machine will be welcomed this Way As soon in the year As possible. Or. Yvo. T. Evans for several months past a resident of Crisfield has returned Home. talks of Loca Ting in Onancock and opening a Barber shop there. Several petitions of applicants for the county judgeship have been circulated Here of late but that of Hon. Jno. W. Parker was received with More favor and got More signatures than any other. Cheston Sessix Council no. 50, of a. F. I. U., elected the following officers tuesday night for the ensuing year David Yvo. Marsh past president Chas. F. Scott president Juo. W. Northam vice president e. W. Wil hiatus 2d vice president Fred e. Runge Secretary e w. Marsh treasurer we. A Williams counselor1 w. F. Scott chaplain m. J. Gallagher guide f has. Cuppa guard e. W. Marsh organist or. G. L Harmanson medical examiner i. W. Marsh Yvo. F. Scott and j. W. Northam trustees. C la Hienl erne in. John a. Daisey and miss Laura a. Wharton were married last week. Rev. S. Grimsley officiating. Mrs Josephine score and Sou of Philadelphia Are visiting her parents or. And . W. F. R. Cropper. The Young folks of the m. P. Church held a entertainment in tie town Ball tuesday night. House was crowded and receipts mattering. Rev. Geo. Hopkins opened a in treated meeting in both of his Cli Rehi a one in the town and tie other up tin Island sunday night. Messes. Isaac Savage amp son in in a a ill interest in Schooner Pel Bridge Anil bought Sloop Alvon from parties a it set kit ii s it to be one the fas est Rafte in our Waters. W. J. Matthews 1ms sold his storehouse to Arelise Jones who Lias been i s me time. will enlarge it to its present site to accommodate his increasing Trade. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week e. Brown t. Mears. Yum. Vild Baltimore 11. E. Selby ii Luiu ton Roll Moore. W. L. Kennedy. Philadelphia f. Darby Salis Bury r j. Mcallen Snow Hill or. W. A. Taylor Stockton. Or. William l. Grimsley son of Rey. S. Grimsley. Died on monday 21st jus of consumption aged 25 years. left Here about four years ago to cd Gage in business in the City of Richmond but was compelled by ill health to discontinue same abort is months ago and returned to a Lii Oteague where lie Lias lingered since without improvement in his condition. Purkin Lvi. Or. John e. Mapp paid our schools a Short visit this week. Or. Yum. Johnson has returned from a trip to Baltimore. Or. S. C. Hall of Marsh Market spent sunday in our town. Or. Dorsey Yvo. Lewis and messes. Crate Parks and Lafayette Baker Are talking of going to Klondyke in the Spring. Or. Harry Honmau. Of Altoona pa., Here on it visit to relatives and friends is sick at the Home of or. M. J. Scott. Messes Riley. Frank Stevenson and Herbert a a Easey of Pocomoke City spent sunday in our town the guests of or. 1. T. Johnson and family. Or. J. Yvo. Villet. Of Ocean City. My. After spending a few Days with his father. Or. Jack Willet. Returned Home accompanied by his brother w. L. Villet. The Oister and Terrapin supper held at Kent s Hall last thursday night under the auspices of the method st protestant Church was a Success Aud every one seemed to thoroughly enjoy it. Or . Justice formerly of this county now of Kiowa. Kansas arrived Here last Friday having been Call d to Ilie bedside of his sick father or. Samuel just is he was a comp nid by miss Bessie Mason who halt been visiting her aunt 0. P. T Ewell of Kiowa. A a a a is. Or. A j. Mcm Atli nude a business trip to Richi i it 11is week. A1 i rough and Sam 1, k i to s week. Mrs. 1c in it i a Ere of late a a visit to her 1-Ugnier Aud is critically ill. Or j. Fred Hill of Reigate. Y�?Ta., was Home on Sundri to spend the d y with i family. Mrs. Althea Rogers is in Baltimore this week. In upon her sick to her. Mrs. Sarah Vinder. Mil s Manie Mears spent part of the week in Belle Haven in attendance upon Yvo in has missionary meeting held there. The old workshop that stood in front of the new hotel has been removed and the View of the hotel a hereby greatly improved. The barn Aud stables of or. E. Aimer Ames narrowly escaped Dis t auction last week from a fire originating from ashes emptied into his Pound. The fire had nearly reached the Bouses when discovered. Considerable excitement was of. Casio Ned Here sunday night by the disappearance of two of our Little boys Ernest Taylor and George Savage. They wandered off very quietly in the afternoon Aud did not Stop until they reached Parksley when Dight came on and they were afraid to return. The excitement was intense until they were located by Telegram at Parksley. Fungi Ceng ill . L. Ames on the Side list but improving. Peak and round potatoes Are being planted by our Farmers. Some portions of our to Avn Are be ing improved by the addition of Side walks. Or. J. A. Lof Laud of Cashville formerly of this logo paid us a visit last week. S. Yvo. Ames amp co. Have made Large sales on their Spike tooth and disc harrows this season. Or. 0. K. livery Man lost i very valuable Mare Cappie last week from a Over drive. The music department of the Aca Demy added several new pupils to its roil this week. The Oyster supper held last week for the Beu Elit of the episcopal Church Here financially. Quite a Large petition went from tuis Section to the legislature in behalf of or. M. Oldham for county judge. Mis6 Helen Hurt and Josie Thomas of Northampton and miss Auguie Lou Davis of Davis wharf have resumed Teir respective Homes Lorn Short visits to in feuds in town. the family of or. Frank Jones moved in town this week Aud took a dwelling on North Street. Or. Elmore is engaged in renewing the paint training and varnish of the Interior of the Bank building. Mrs. Elizabeth Riley arrived by Steamer on tuesday and is the guest of her brother or. E. R. Leather Bury. Or. E. B. Find cd Aud or. E. 0. F. Custis have been on a trip to st. Marys county Mil several Days visiting relatives. On account of Low tides at. The Mouth of Pocomoke River did dense fogs in the Bay on steamers have failed to make regular trips recently. Quot Home the shelter from evil was the subject of an excellent Decour get by one of our on last sunday the discussion of the subject was timely Aud showed that the in Luence of the Christian Home is the foundation of Good government. Rev. Or. Brooke Presb to Riun Evan Geist has held revival services Here pro ugly the week. Large congregations have attended Aud expressed their appreciation of the doctors Clear Aud interesting discourses. There have been some conversions. Notes from the revival services of the m. E. Church conducted by pastor h. S. Dugauy show that up to Yves tuesday sixteen souls had been Coria erred from the world to Christ there was Coati used interest and the services expected to go on for several Days. In the March of Progress a steam Sawmill will be planted in town on the Northam lot. At the foot of North Street by messes. N. T. Matthews Aud James h. East. They will conduct a lumber Aud Wood Yard. Vood will be prepared for kindling and for Kitchen Aud heating stoves and delivered to families to order. We will he glad indeed to have this dec Pessary Enterprise and bespeak for them a Good Trade. T Oliv Llor. Farmers Are planting peas mud onions. Quite a number of our people Are touring oysters in Tangier sound. Or Jas t. Harrisod lest a valuable horse last week. Our Many veterinary surgeons pronounced the disease pneumonia. The misses news Hail their smoke House destroyed by fire last week. The fire caught from ashes put too near tie House. The old family Lorte of . C. P. Finney died last monday. Old fan Nie was Well cared for in life Aud received a burial after death. The friends of or. George Crockett were glad to hear of his condition being better wednesday morning. George was raised in this Community and has Many friends Down Here. Parlor in Kun blur Nailiu. Editor Enterprise a for some months pastor Sanford and myself have been promising to visit the u. S. Life saving station at me Tompkin for various reasons it was not possible for us to get there until last Mon Day when our Friend. Arthur Parks lauded u9 on tie Beach hungry and cold. Yve found capt. Sum Milliner doing duty for his son George who was away on a visit capt Sam was Boss of the Cook stove during our stay and his cooking would tempt a delicate appetite. Sanford and i were not a bit delicate. Sanford a appetite was immense. Capt. Lynn Taylor the obliging keeper invited us to make ourselves at Home and knowing that he meant it. I did so Aud judging by the number of buckwheat cakes eaten by Sanford i am certain he Felt at Home. At seven o clock monday night capt. Taylor and men said they would enjoy and appreciate a religions service Quot All Hail the Power of Jesus name was Sung All present joining in heartily. Then brother Sanford preached a strikingly Sweet gospel Serwon. Never was a preacher Given better attention. The Sermon and prayer Over brother Sanford said the service would be incomplete without a collection that is like him so he handed around a hat and every Man present contributed and gave brother Sanford quite a Nice collection for the new pants Ley Baptist Church All they have to give just now. Our trip to the station was very pleasant and we greatly enjoyed it. Yve feel much indebted to capt. Taylor and his men for their kindness they Are a Fine gentlemanly set of men. Sanford and i spent two nights with them. Add they really seemed sorry when we left. But of course men who can face All weather and storms can stand most anything they can smoke Bone buttons and gun powder. J. M. Accomac va., feb. 24, 1s98. 1,1-Clslhilvs sold a. The following Bills have been introduced to our legislature by or. Lecato a to incorporate the Mach Apango Bridge company of Accomac. By the same a to permit George f. Parramore to build a Bridge across King s Creek in Northampton county. By same a to protect wild turkeys in the counties of Accomac and Northampton. By same a to Amend the act in re. Lation to protecting wild fowl in Accomac and Northampton. By same a to allow the voters of Belle Haven to vote on the repeal of a he charter of tie town. By same a to permit Peter Bona Well to erect a wharf on the West Side of Saxis Island in Accomac. By same a to submit the question of a hog Law to the voters of Pudgy Teague District in Accomac. By or. Matthews a to Amend and re enact Sec Ion of the code defining a lawful Fence for the county of Accomac. By the same a in relation to the tax of Hobby horse machines in the county of Accomac. By the same a petition of citizens of Accomac in regard to local option Laws. By or. Smith a to authorize the qualified voters of the county of Northampton to vote upon the question of the removal of the courthouse clerk s office jail and All buildings pertaining to the court of Northampton county from their pres ent location at Eastville to the town of Cape Charles and to appropriate a part of the a Glebe fund of said county towards erecting new building in Case of removal Imd to improve and enlarge the court Louse if not removed by appropriating $2,000 of the Quot Glebe fund of said county. The following have passed the House to impose a specific License on dealers in cigarettes in the county of Accomac. To provide for the registration of any person being a resident of this state who desires to take or catch oysters for Sale or planting from the natural rocks or Shoals on the Eastern or Ocean Side of Accomac and Northampton counties and prescribing a Fine for so taking oysters with out registering. The following Bills have been signed by the governor to incorporate the Onancock Telephone company to legalize and make valid a Levy made by the town Council of Cape Charles in september 1897. To Amend and re enact Section 3 of an act to Amend the charter of the town of Cape Charles. To provide for a Road commission for Capeville magisterial District in the county of Northampton. To Amend and re enact chapter 532 of the acts of Assembly of 1895 90 in relation to hauling seines or betting traps in the Waters of Accomac and Northampton. To authorize the county treasurer of Accomac county to Levy upon and sell for unpaid taxes any property of the Telegraph line in Accomac extending along the line of the new York Philadelphia Aud Norfolk Railroad. To 31 follow citizen of a Coiner. Your respect for me and confiding sympathy As shown in Many letters which i have received during the past week has touched the tenderest chords of my heart and will always keep it in gratefulness to Yon to the end of my Days. M. Oldham. Or. L Obetie Neboll Fuu Ila. Apportionment of Sanford Charity funds. Interest collected and reported by John e. Vise come a. Feb. 21st, 1898. Total amount Ropo ted loss 5 percent Corn Mission amount to to apportioned $00.83 10.05 $103. A $09.75 Juo Atlantic Dlatt Ici 85 a utom Klu a 15 at Lauc 15 10.95 599 75 apportionment of county school funds As collected and reported by county treasurer feb. 22d, 1893 total amount reported 5917.00 districts school per am to tres Aiu i pop. Cup. Gross. Com s not 9s32i0.cg.5 5ui4.91 570.75 513u-19 . A Otto Quot �5j0.v4 77.m . 23u9 11.8 03 1579.17 4 5.i7 t7.c 68.02 21.70 11105.03 1302.83 413.42 Atlantic 2747 Isis $71 totals 11,813 4?.9g3 55917.� 5 $295.85 55021.21 county treasurers and District clerks will please copy. J. E. Mapp co. Supt. Schools. Grangeville va., feb. 23,1808. Dentil a. Mrs. Mary a. Gibbons a very estimable lady widow of James Gib. Bons deceased died tuesday after a Long illness at her Home near Gar Gatha. Aged 81 years. Three children. Mrs. Elizabeth Fox Alfred gibbous and miss Clara gibbous survive her or. George Rayfield died thurs Dav 17th iust., of paralysis at Bis Home near Blo Soiu. Aged 15 years the deceased was a Farmer worthy citizen and highly esteemed in the Community in which he lived. Funeral services were held Over him on saturday conducted by his tor Rev. Jno. R Gill. had been for Many years a consistent member of Guilford methodist Church. Four children survive him . James h. Nelson and Samuel Oscar Aud John m Rhyfield. Archie c. Taylor son of Sidney s. And Ocia a. Taylor was drowned on the evening of february 12th. 1898. Archie at the time of his death was on the Potomac engaged in dredging for oysters. On the evening of the Accident Archie had gone into Harbor for the night when he entered Small Skiff in company with one of his negro men and went ashore for his mail leaving the rest of the Crew aboard to clean up the boat and prepare supper against his return. On his Way Back by some Means the Skiff was capsized and its occupants thrown into the water. Archie not being Able to swim and no one being near who could Rescue him. West Down. The negro when found was clinging to the skill in a very much exhausted condition. The sad news was communicated to others who were authored in tie the Harbor and on the next morning search was instituted for the body which resulted in its discovery. Capt. Noah Miles and Lonnie Drummond volunteered to take the body Home to his friends none of the surviving Crew knowing enough about navigation to make the run. Tie body arrived Here on the following tuesday morning when the sad news of his drowning was first communicated to his bulb. The funeral took place wednesday at Hall s Chapel in the presence of a Large concourse of people. Archie Taylor was a vary estimable Young Man obedient son and to every Way an honorable and upright citizen being held in the highest estimation by All who knew him and his death is lamented by the entire Community. May the god who has promised to Quot bind up the broken his bereaved family. Archie lacked one month and ten Days of being Nineteen years old at the time of hi9 death. Chas. Clement. Marsh Market a. Mcmath the nurseryman has a Fine line of Norway Silver Nen Gundo Maples american Elm White Ash Lindens amp a. Id Evergreen Irish junipers Arbor Vitas Norway Spruce magnolias a c. 200 Norway Spruce 3 to 4 ft., too Large to carry Over reduced to 40 cts each in lots of five 5 or More. Cabbage plants now ready at $2,00 per 1000. No order packed for shipment for less than $1.00. Price list free. Telephone in my office you can talk with me for 10 cts. Orders by phone to the Auitt of $3 00 Stock will be added to cover Cost of message. A. J. Mcmath Onley a. ¥19 Lulli fh16ip� that govern the buying and Selling of merchandise in to fore to Supply every demand of the season and to close out Odds and end when the 0,0� is Over. on. The pm Cipley we have brought out All our remnant Odd lots m dress goods Silks muslims cassimere carpets Coats and capes we have left and marked them at a Price regardless of Cost so Low that they will go with a Rush. First selections Are the Best selections for on some lines the limited assortment will Likely be consumed in a very Short time. Come Early and get y p a As to Spring goods we have a Nice assortment such keepers will need for Early Spring sewing mushes. Hajn hurts and laces Percale Etc. We Are also Well equipped to Suffdy Black silk Satin Henriettas Serges and Etc for Manh and april travelling dresses. These goods were bought last summer when goods were cheap and cannot be replaced to Day at a per cent Advance. In looking after our customers interest in tvs Way we Are in a position to save you much Money. _ thanking you for past favors Aud soliciting a continuation of same we Are faithfully yours. Mem Mem amp in w o Pocomoke dry goods. Carpets and furniture Emporium. Poco Floice City. Bifid. Be a. Sosa son 3gsuccessor to Polk amp Benson merchant tailor Pocomoke City my. Arwill visit Accomac c. H., every court Day with full a a is Oliue of samples of suiting in their seasons."858 _ new store fit Tasley station a now open and stocked with a full line of a we can also fill All orders for Coal shingles lumber bricks Hay Glass feb wimm a and All kinds of a Arm King it at the lowest possible prices. You Are cordially invited to Call. T. S. Hopkns it so co., Tasley a. Hay Coal flour Terra Cotta piping general merchandise amp a. In Matoes and of Yve a Olafe Quot Oss kit peas potato bed frames and framing already grooved and dressed in Terra Lotta have the following sizes 6. 8,10 12, 15 18 20 Ami n bought direct from the kilns and sold cheaper than wholesale m Rio to tin Quality and Wii Nast a Century. A a a of sods and sell at the lowest margin of prot. John w. Rogers amp bros., Josly a. Can Racli sole. The revival at Onancock continues. Come sunday eve. Subject for sunday morning at Onancock m. E. Church a who was Melchizedek and his subject for Leatherbury a sunday afternoon a a Cain s wife and Vives. A Roll Call of the membership of Onancock and Ayres m. E. Churches will occur March Goth. And of Letb Erb urys m. E. Church March 13tb. A full attendance is desired. If bed Ridden please have some one to rep resent you. S. Dulany. Yve now have on hand and offer at very Low prices Alaska peas radish seed Glass potato bed frames Agri cultural implements fertilizers special for peas onions potatoes and Corn Rogers amp Bro. Finney a. Write to us tor estimates on doors Sash blinds Star rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints inc. Stock Large prices Low or. R. L. Fletcher will be at Accomac c. H., the first Day of every county court to receive orders for the firm Cape Charles ice is lumber co. Northwestern Mutual life insurance co., Milwaukee Wisconsin o assets $92,649,960.o dividends which have averaged during the past than -30 per cent of the Premium paid annually to policy holders thus reducing their premiums Aud providing insurance at lowest possible Cost consistent with Security. Endowment policies for investors. Loan and Cash surrender values absolutely guaranteed. Represented by 0. L. Parker Onancock a. A a correspondence invited and particulars cheerfully furnished. Elm Oriti league mortal. The literary society of the up Worth league of Craddockville Church met at or. Henry Martins a ear Craddockville last Friday evening. A goodly number were present All of whom seemed to have a Delight Ful time. Or. Wailed Hank gave a very entertaining declamation. Read a Ings and recitations by misses Lottie Vise manic Pennywell and m. E. Robins were interspersed with music which was rendered by misses Annie Lou Davis manure Vise and Mara Boggs. The refreshments consisted of cakes Cream breads pickles amp a. Net proceeds $10.50. The next social is to meet at . Vaters a Nandua the first Friday evening in March. The Public is cordially invited. I have on hand one 1897 Columbia Quot tandem for lady and gentleman in Fine shape. I will sell for Cash at a Low Price also one Little Joe new for $30 00 and two second hand wheels one $12.00, other $15.00. A. Mapp Elinore a. On competitors say if you want Good Lour use the Quot Climax a sold by Snow Knox amp co Kobo us Nolli to. Schools of Pungoteague school District will close March 25th, making a term of 0 months. No War rants for last mod the a teaching will be issued until the registers have been received properly filled out. J. Turner clerk. The schools in me Tompkin District will Rud six months. Johnson clerk. Pm . Or. George h. Ellis advertises for Sale in this Issue Bis livery business at Greenbackville and Franklin City two valuable schooners offered for Sale in this Issue by or. E. P. Timmons Philadelphia. See advertisement. Proposals invited for building a Road in upper Accomac by Adver to Semient in this in sue of the paper. For Fuller particulars see or. A. L. Nock tempera Cavill a. A wonder Fol discovery. The last Quarter of a a Caturay records Many wonderful discoveries in Medicine hut none that have accomplished More fur humanity than that Sterling old household remedy Browns Iron bitters. It seems to contain the very elements of Good health and neither Man woman or child can take it without deriving tie greatest Benefit. Browns Iron bitters is sold by All dealers. In Menior Nin. Emory died february 21. Composed by request of Emory j. Chass. The wheel of time has brought again the Day that filled my heart with pain. Two years ago twas then my love Yves taken to his Home above. was so Good so True so fair his countenance dispelled All care that might intrude from Day to Day. And peace and Joy held fullest Sway. My borne a heaven was to me twas Happy As it Well could be but of How soon a dark Cloud spread and filled my soul with greatest dread. Even when Emory was so sick. With pulses beating fast and Quick i did not think the lord would take my Dearest one and almost break a my heart and make me Lone and sad when once we were so very glad. I feel quite sure the lord knew Best to him i go for peace and rest. My husband dear at heavens Gate Yville stand and watch Aud for me wait prepare me lord that i May meet him there and hold communion Sweet. Cd Lucil. Co. Be a a 7.ttmore, manufacturers of it High Grade 7 per cent guano for Irish potatoes and peas and of first class fertilizers for Sweet potatoes Corn and other crops. Solicit the patronage of the Farmers of the Eastern apply for particulars to their agents j. Emory Pitts cell Charles. F. A. Shields Exmore. J. W. Bunting manufacturer of and dealer in Accomac fish phosphate and acid lated and crude or s fish scrap a. Is sold for Cash cheaper than Ever before dry ground fish scrap $25 per ton at works

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