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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - September 23, 1908, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Fri sub Tutt Prist Accomac court House a saturday january 29, 1898. J in and owner news. Co Tinty court next monday. Or. R w Somers has been appointed postmaster at Blox Eui vice w l Blo Soiu. Resil Ned and George t Stockley at Keller vice h. E. Wears removed. Special Price list of Choice strap a Berry Plant a bade and , a Row by a. J. Mamath. Our ser Yuan. Only recently publisher and now being circulated can Farad by asking for same. If in arrears for subscription to Estok Kisk. Don t come to court monday without putting a Dollar in your pocket to pay the Bill and Don t wait to be reminded after you go Here that we need and want it. The Stock of Winter millinery of miss l a. Neville Onancock will be offered for Sale by her at Public auction on saturday february 5th, and if weather is inclement on that Day on first fair saturday thereafter. Board of supervisors meets first monday in february to receive reports of Road machine managers for Quarter ending december 81st Iso and to make to Weir respective reports As to the condition of the Public roads Aud Bridges. Valuable vessel property and Oyster Beds of Jolius e. Hears deceased Are offered for Sale in this Issue by e. T. Powell agent. The Oyster bed will be sold at Public auction thursday february 3d. See advertisement for full particulars. Or. Thomas h. Melson has just or. Turned from the City with a Choice lot of horses Aud mules which can be seen at his stables at Accomac c. Hon next monday court Day. He says he will make it to your interest to see Tiitu before purchasing elsewhere. A dead whale measuring sixty feet in length washed ashore at Ola Plantation Inlet about four Miles South of Ca Echarles last week. Itis thought by the Captain who brought the information that the whale had been dead for several dais and die from natural causes. Valuable personal property of 0. S. Smith Jenkins Bridge is advertised for Sale at Public ant lion in this Issue by w. L. Nock trustee. The Sale will begin wednesday february l Ltd and continue trom Day to Day until the whole of Saio property is disposed of. See advertisement. The new York Philadelphia am Norfolk Railroad company is having another Large Steamer built to run be tween Norlock and Cape Charles the new boat in expected to make the run from Norfolk to Cape Charles a distance of thirty six mile in two hours including the Stop Ai old Point. The new Church c. E. Society will observe Christian Endeavor Day at Berea m. P. Church sunday eve Ning january 30th, at 7 30. The programme is interesting consisting of Choice Readi Gsand music instrumental and vocal. The fee ring to be applied to missions. The Public cordially invited to attend. A valuable farm situated in Nassawadox Creek in coca Ponnock neck belonging to William t. Bowen is advertised for Sale on saturday february 5th, by Otho f. Hears trustee. It contains about 100 acres beautifully located and has valuable Oyster Shore. See advertisement and write to trustee for full particulars. An advertisement of w. S. Dickin. Son amp Sou of Pocomoke City is of interest to you. The firm believe that its patrons needs goods in their line All the year around and Are pre pared to offer them As great bargain and Good that they need As much in january and february As in other months. Read what they have to a. A meeting of the woman s missionary society was held at the drum Bondtown methodist Church on Iasi sunday. Interesting addresses Wen made on the occasion by mrs. Bettit a Rue Aud mrs. Sudie James on tin objects of the society and the Gooc work it was doing. An organization was effected on that Day with eight members. A coloured Man America Holland was murdered by his Stepson sum Merfield Dennis a boy about eighteen years old last monday at Pocomoke City. The old Man was shot by him in the neck while he was Quot dozing before the fireside and death was Ustun Tanons. The boy had been recently chastised by the old Mac and that is the Only motive assigned for the brutal deed. Extracts from an article in regard to the Nickerson fertilizer unc chemical works which appeared in a be Easton Gazette of 02d int will be found in this paper today. Some idea of the Merit of the fertilizers manufacture a by the company Max be inferred from a Reading of the same and the Secretary or. Chas. A Wooters will be at the court House next monday with ample proof of it in the shape of testimonials of Mau it of the Best Farmers of the Eastern Shore who used it last year. Or Wooters is offering it Quot direct to the Farmers without agents Aud at manufacturers Keith boyhood rotes. . A messes. Hopkins Bros will open their Branch business at Tasley about the first of february. On last wednesday evening a Large company of Little folks were enter talked at the Home of or. Henry f Powell. Or. Collins. Jr., of Baltimore is with us again for bus less. He is contracting tor Timber for shipment to the North. Or. Re veil Watson Formor Sale men for 0. S. Slocomb is bros., will take a position this year with messes Hopkins bros., in their Branch House at Tasley. A woman s foreign missionary use tag was held in the m. E Church South of last sunday night. Mrs. W. J. Rue of Belle Haven. District missionary sec�?Ty., presided interesting papers were read by mrs. Rue mrs. A. T. James Aud miss Uuie e. Fosque. A vocal Solo was rendered by amiss Lela Powell Aud a Evi ration was give by miss Ethel a Vest. There was a Large attendance the members of the m. E Churchi South Are taking Steps for the improvement of their Church building. L lies propose to spend a consider tide amount of Money for the purpose. They Are considering the matter of employing an architect to make plans for the remodelling of the building inside and out the improvement of the acoustic of the audience room will greatly Benefit both the speaker und the audience and to put suitable towers Aud win Dows on the front will be greatly appreciated by All who have any architectural taste. On Board of Trade has organized Aud gone to work actively. They have opened correspondence concerning certain enterprises which will be induced to Plant Here at once Stock is being subscribed by our citizens for establishing a shirt factory that will employ fifty or More there i Little doubt that a Large can Biog factory will be planted this season in Good time to contract with the Farmers Lor such vegetables and fruits As will be used. These with other enterprises that will employ n Large Force of hands at Good weekly wages in Cash will give new life to the business of the town. Or. John Poulou Aud wife the oldest couple in our Community live unaccompanied in a Little cot on h Point of Quot Meadville Quot Tarry opposite the town on Oua cock Creek or. Poulson is Over ninety years old and his wife a few years younger. Until the last five years they were very Active and Able to take care of themselves but Dow they Are quite decrepit. Many people Call upon them and Cun tribute to the a Comfort. Both of them Are talkative and humorous and entertain their callers with tales of the past. It is said by some that mrs. Poulson is the finest natural elocution st they have Ever known la hat her expressions upon any subject unaided by education Are vivid or dramatic in a High degree. If onto we two marriages Are expected in our town in a few Days oysters poor in our Waters and our Oyster men Are not Happy. Or. 0. A. Townsend made a trip North last week to look up Oyster Trade. Everybody with us is complaining of bad roads and the complaint is a just one. Miss Lizzie Watson will leave to a few Days for Farmville Normal school. Or. J. W. Rowley Bas accepted a position in Norfolk Navy Jard and left to enter upon his duties last week. La Grippe has been a visitor to our town of late. Some of its victims Are convalescent others still suffering with it. Or. W. T. Otwell ba6 sold out his store at Wattsville to trios. Winder and moved Back with his family to our town. Our people Are greatly pleased with their new pastor. Rev. E. F. Garner the last Sermon he preached was a very Fine one. A miss Pettit is among the late visitors to the town and hard times Quot done to Cut any figure with the Bead of that family. He is too Happy to think about them. Sheriff Wise sold 515 cords of Wood to satisfy he execution last tuesday at Public auction at new Church. A or. Hearn of Maryland was the purchaser at $1 per Cord. 3lri Iii us Kia. Miss Mauie Mears of Only is visiting her sister mrs. W. F Whie this week. Mrs. Mary gibbous widow of the late James Gibbons is very ill at thib writing. Our Farmers have been taking advantage of the Fine weather of late by preparing their manner for next potato crop. The acreage will be larger in this Section than Ever before. Or. John Taylor of near mapp6-Ville, lost his Oyster shucking Hoose last saturday night by fire which it is certain was of ice diary origin. They used about a half stack of his fodder in setting fire to same. His loss is from three to four Hundred dollars. Revs. F. Sanford add j. L. King exchanged pulpits last sunday. Or. Sanford preached a missionary Sermon at Bethel in the morning and although three collections had been taken there before he raised $105 00 More for missions. Or. King preached a Fine Sermon at Zion in the alter you or. Sanford preached at Mappsville and administered the ordinance of baptism. Til Tisoto amp no John l. Anderton Lias bought of drug store of o. Jones. Mieses Georgia Tracy and Nellie Fields Are visiting friends in Balti Raore h. C. Tones cashier of boats men a Bank Bas returned from a visit to Washington. A revival under the management of the members commenced this week at Union Baptist Church. Mrs. W. Jones and others of show Hill my. Have opened up a dressmaking establishment Here. Mrs Nancy Booth wife of Daniel Booth died of the 21st. Iust., leaving a husband and four children to mourn their loss. The protracted meeting which has keen in Progress at our m p. Church conducted by Rev. Or. Benui Ngou for a veral weeks with such Good results closed last week. Mrs. Juo m. Hill is visiting friends in Norfolk this week. Miss Josephine Watson is the guest of friends in Wilmington. And mrs o. F. Parks of friends Down the county. Robert Clifton of Felton. Del. Is visiting or r. W. White of this pice. The proprietor of the Atlantic hotel says he ims Euter tailed More travelling salesmen this month than in any january in which he has been run aug the hotel for the last 111 years. Capt. Matthews Ami the hotel Are becoming better Koivu und More popular daily. Capt. John w. But aug is Selling his Well know fertilizer by the car Load Aud in Hundred ton lots. He says he never had such a run on it before. You can see the Steamer coming up two or three times a week loaded with it. He manufactured largely though this season and still has plenty of it for Sale. Rev. S. U. Grimsley received the largest and heaviest pounding by the Young men of the Island lust week that he Lias Ever received at this place. They carried him groceries by the cart Load. He extends to them through your correspondent gratitude and thanks for the love Aud liberality shown him. The Brig Massou which went ashore of South end of Island a few weeks ago is breaking up and our Beach is strewn daily with Lier cargo of Railroad ties. Quite a number of our people Are engaged in saving hem and Are making Good wages. They sell them at Franklin City from 80 to 55 cents each. Or. A. S. Matthews of Temperanceville visited us this week in tie interest of the Atlantic Telephone co. Stock was taken in same by Many of our citizens Viz or. R. W. . N. Cocat in j. Matthews c e. Babbitt jr., j. T. . A. Whealton g. R. Coleburn j. B. Dale n. Gordy j. T. Tracy Andrew Jackson. Major Cherricks Chas West . Mason a. J. Wheal ton. Arrival sat Atlantic hotel this week Rev. F. W. Greed. David Welky r. Moore k f. Powell. Pabila h s. Parker j. B. Webster 0. Vav. Ward f. M Mcclellan j. Thompson r. Caulfield Baltimore f l. Clark o. T. Fell. Wilmington j. F. Moore Portsmouth or. W. A. Taylor col. W p. Selby Stockton j. Wise a. S. Matthews. Geo. Lessick. Chas. T. Vav est. Geo. West. W. Needles Logan Henderson miss Lillie Gibb Accomac Antny. . Beachboard is again at Hia office his vacation having expired. Miss Florence Miles of Northampton is visiting mrs. J. Beachboard. Or. G. 0. Smith returned tuesday from a visit to his father Cape Point Northampton. S the Only hotel is being papered this week. Other improvements Are to he made Sood. Or. Adelbert Mears of Baltimore was Home on a visit to Bis Mother mrs. V. S. Mason this week. Or. John Roger is having a Bouse built. 20 x 30 feet for the storage of fertilizers and other heavy goods. Work was commenced on storehouse and Barber shop of or. T. J. Scar Borough by contractor tank crop per this week. Capt. John Rogers bought a Small lot of or. A. J. Mcmath this week. The rear of his store for which he paid the sum of $250. Or. Taylor the Telephone Man arrived at the Accomac House this week and is now engaged in patting up the poles on the new Liue. Another group of pretty girls favored us with a visit on their Quot bikes Quot this week and we the Bachelor portion of our population always Welcome them. Atie Flou veto run Harmanson West Caius of Confederate veterans will assemble at Parksley on thursday the 3rd Day february next at 12 30 p. In. Full attendance is desired there being much business of importance requiring attention a a part of which is the election of officers Aud the appointment of a committee to select a location for the proposed Monument and also a committee to procure de signs add contract for the material and work for said Monument. By order of Frank Flat Char commander. Jno. Wish adjutant. Write to us for estimates of doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other Kiu Sof building material hardware paints amp a Stock Large prices Low. Or. R. D. L. Fletcher will be at Accomac c. H., the first Day of every county court to receive orders for the firm. Cape Charlee ice a lumber co. A Law no to Hulln Bills. The following have been introduced in the legislature by Delegate s. Wilkins Matthews. To Amend and re enact Section 7 of an act entitled Aud act to in Corpora to the town of Saxis. In the county o Leeomar approved february 20 1806. To authorize the town of Onancock in the county of Accomac. A to borrow Money. To allow a Markle 11. C. Keefer. F. C. Stout j. B. Emory and others to erect a wharf on Ladd on Wallop s i sled in Clinco Teague Inlet Accomac county. A. By seat r Geo. W. Lecato authorizing the trustees of the Lei font Baptist Church in Accomac county to sell to Weir Church lot and buildings thereon. To incorporate the consolidated Central Telephone company of the Esster Shore by Delegate Charles Smith. To pay Thomas t. Upshur the sum of $45.09 for service rendered in copying old record of the county of Northampton. To incorporate the Cherrystone Normal agricultural und mechanical lust tute. To Public re Bool of Ai Lamle dim Riel. The District school Board have decided not to furnish any More text books free of charge to indigents Hool children during the present school Terra. There will certainly be changes made in some of our text Bonks at the next meeting of the county school Board in August hence we do not deem it. Wise to sup ply books now which i we May have to replace at the beginning of next so Tsiou by newly adopted books. Moreover experience shows children Are Apt to lose or tear up their books during our Long vacations and that the parents and Aud guardians of the children whose books Are Sipplien at Public expense Are. In Tome Case Leas careful of the books than when they have to pay for them out of their private funds. A it s a pity tis our schools will probably lasts Veu Mouths this session and we wish to save wherever saving is possible. J. D. Parsons. Clerk Atlantic District boy re. A Currii Souch. The members Aud friends of Ayers ii. E. Church will serve a Oyster supper february 4th, Aud if a Rainy Day Ilie 5th, at Waples Sci Oothouse Beach Grove. Public invited. Quot if Christ come to a Comack is the subject for sunday morning Onancock m. E. Church by the pastor. Sermon and revival service in the evening. Fellow christians of our cock and adjacent communities Are most cordially invited to join with us in a Campaign for souls. A general love feast and bread breaking at , commencing at 2 39, sunday next Aud the awarding of a prize to the successful competitor. Come for a spiritual feast. Five persons received in the Church last Sabbath. There expected next Sabbath. Epworth league service Onancock 7 o clock subject Quot a wire Man Quot d. J. Titlow Leader. Public cordially invited to All our services. S. Dts Lany. Boat a . Or. Editor Are the Road supervisors responsible to anyone is there anyone to whom complaint can be made for their inattention to duty we have not seen a Road machine in this neighbourhood since we voted for Frank Stockley but i notice the Pungoteague Road is in a Fine condition. The Road and Bridges from this place to John Bradford a Corner Are not Only disgraceful but in some places positively dangerous particularly by or. Kellum s farm near Here and both Bridges also Between or. Upshur Bradford s two Gate and the gum swamp. This Road is ? Maiu thoroughfare to both Keller and Melfa stations and As we Are taxed for the roads and pay on taxes we demand some return for them or else we want to know the reason Why. X. Wachapreague va., Jan. 25, 98. Crockett disk a january 10, 1898, at Tangier by Rev. C. P. Swain Charles f. Crockett and miss Rebecca Dize. Johnson Melsoni january 19th. 1898, at m. P. Parsonage Leemont by Rev. Avery Donarun Edward t. Johnson and miss Julia c. Melson. Cull re Wyatt january 20th, 1898, at 1117 Myrtle Avenue Baltimore by Rev. James p. Wilson. Roy s. Culler of Harborton a. Aud miss Sallie May Wyatt of Baltimore my. Taylor Tyndall january 2gth at Maryland line by Rev. A. J. Walter Wilbur s. Tyndall and miss Cora Taylor. Watson january 20. 1898, near hour town by Rev. E. F. Garner Willie d. Ileal Heliin and miss Elizabeth p. Watson. Teui Llars Insull flute. The next monthly meeting of teachers association of Accomac will Couvee at the Belle Haven school House saturday january 29th 1898. We Hope the teachers Aud friends will give a full attend dance. The members and stockholders of the Quot business Bureau Quot of Accomac will please meet in Home office at Onancock. Saturday february 5th, 1898, at 1 of clock. Samuel l. Burton Sec. We sell show Knox a cons a a Climax flour. If you desire Good bread Send us your order for a barrel. Pate is Mason Parksley a. flu mental the ladies Aid 8oclety of Harbor Tou Baptist cd Orch will give a graph Polione entertainment at the residence of or. A. J. Morse bar Borton on next thursday night. February 3d,beginning at 7 80 o clock. This graph Opboune is one of the largest and Best made. Its Todes Are Clear and distinct. Tiie collection of pieces is of the very highest order vocal and instrumental ran sic. Hymn my comic songs marches. Sic. Admission to everybody Only fifteen cents. A Hearty invitation extended to All. Come and help us refreshments will be served after entertainment. For Harborton Baptist Church. There will be a grand entertain input in the masonic Hall tit Wacyra Prague Friday 4tli of february at night Given by prof. Eure singing class consisting of line selections of chorus and Quartetti singing. The entertainment will conclude with a laughable farce entitled a a quiet family Quot rendered by the dramatic club no.,1. If you want to be enter tailed and go Home with a smile come to the Hall at 7 30 of clock reserved a eat tickets can be secured in Advance at 10 cents extra. General admission 25 Aud 15 cents. Shlau Chili re a Bis in Ork re. Or. W. Loyd Doughty will kill his big bogs next wednesday about 12 o clock and Imre them weighed of Fairbanks Scales. Ucli guessing is now being indulged in As to the weight of the largest hog. The guesses Rau Gitig from 800 to 1.000 pounds Anil for the accommodation of those who have Feitli in to Weir knowledge of hog weight a Quot guessing Box Quot has been opened at the Doughty hotel Aud will be kept open until the time for weighing the hog. All who want to guess have that privilege for 10 cents tor each guess and the one who comes nearest to the weight of the big porker gets the contents of the guessing Box less 5 per rent for defraying the expenses of attending to same. Tickets will be found at the hotel. A Mil to Kuna i. a Bini loll tit. A Bill has been sent to our representative or. Charles Smith asking for a vote of the removal of the court House from its present site to cupe Charles. The Bill Calls for an election 0 he held on the fourth thursday in May. A no ail qualified voters have a right to vote. In the event of the result being favourable to Cape Charles the Bill provides for the Sale of present county buildings and land which i to be applied in the erection of the new buildings the Scott estate will give to the county ten town lots on which to erect the new Light. Wanted every fruit grower to have my special Price list of Strawberry plants 00 sixty six varieties from $1.25 per m up. My Stock has been inspected by the state inspector us cording to Law Aud each shipment will Bear his certificate. Place your orders Early. 6 000,000 plants for Spring 1898. A. J. Mcmath. Odley a. In .11 Einor Nin. Iii memory of my beloved husband Lybrand j. Kiil mad. Who died two years ago to Day january 29th, 1890. The memory of my faithful husband. Through endless years shall run his spotless name shall Shine �1� Bright and lasting As the Suu. Home was a pleasure when you were Here. But 0, How sad since then time has made changes with sorrow and care and left me with no Friend. Forget thee 0. When life shall cease to this heart of mine Aud not till then will 1 forget one look or word of thine. Dear husband could you but speak to me and could you live again my aching heart would then be healed. But this i wish in vain. My heart is sad and lonely my grief too deep to Tell but the time will come to me so soon that i May with you dwell. Farewell dear husband i loved so to it Ell. The parting scene no Tongue can Tell but on that Bright and Happy Shore 1 Hope Well meet to part no More. By his Loving wife. In old Nitro or Quot of. A Simon ii. Lent absent but Dot dead. Gone but not forgotten. Forgotten a no who could forget a Mother the kindly words the Loving embraces the tender looks these will linger with us till our earthly Sun hath set and the night of death comes Over our sky. We May forget on Dearest Friend we May forget some of Earth a loveliest scenes but while memory lasts which looks upon the pictures of the past while reason holds it place among the Powers of the soul of mad we can never forget the name the face Aud the love of a Mother. Our Mother has goo e to a mansion of rest. From a world of sorrow and paid to the glorious land of the hippy and Blest. Where Mother will never suffer again. She was a Loving Mother Here and in her life the lord did fear we know our loss will be her gain and that with Christ Ehens gone to reign. Dear Mother How Well we loved thee. No mortal Tongue can Tell rest in heaven we will try and meet thee and forever there to dwell. Dearest Mother thou Hast left us Aud our loss we deeply feel but a tis god that hath bereft us he can All our sorrows heal Farewell dear Mother Sweet be thy rest. Weary with ears and worn with pain Farewell a till in some Happy place. We behold Iby face again. A tis ours to miss thee All our years. And tender memories of thee keep so Niue in the lord to rest for so. He liveth his beloved sleep. Mrs. Susan m. Lewis. 66 years. 8 months and 20 Days. Widow of William t. Lewis for 81 years. By her children Parksley a. Till nor Persou fertiliser und Cli ii my a pork a. In the year 1872 f. Nickerson is company first commenced taif manufacture of fertilizer at Oxford a his county. At that time they expected to confine their sales to Talbot Aud principally among Trio so who were personally acquainted with them. And the first your they put non the Market Only a few tons a a lit As the Quality of their goods be come known they found the location a it Oxford inaccessible nud thei capacity wholly inadequate to the increasing demand. They moved a it it Easton in 187 in a reeled a factory on the Point Ron Whereon the present immense Facton stands about 65 feet front and in feet deep. From the first to Weir facilities Wen of tiie Best and their capacity soon amounted to 8000 Tous per year. Tin new factory was equipped with a 3-�?T horse Power engine and dising Stiop Mills Rolls screens elevators Aud Al necessary machinery for the successful conduct of their business. In 1891 tie firm name of son a co., was abolished and a st k croup any formed which has sin e been operated under the name a i the Nickerson fertilizer company the company has some of the Lead ing men of the county in its Board of directors and the men under who watchful Eye the Large concern is operated Are among our Best and mos Hirough going citizens and by Sines men. The Board of directors is composed of r k. Dixon. C. C. Nickerson Chat. R. Wooters win r. Martin Anil w h Adkins. The officers Are r. K Dixon. President c. C. Nickerson manager cab r. Wooters sect. The huge Plant As it now stands in probably the largest on the Eastern Shore and its rapid growth is a strik ing illustration of what Industry in Ellig Euce. And Reliah can do the factory building he a a fronts in the Point Road of 230 tet. Irn Lii did both the fertilizer and chemical works. Numerous additions Aud an sexes have been built to the Origina factory As the demands of a coastal by growing business required them and the whole factory May Bede crib d he seven sept rare Contin Tuou buildings opening a to each other but of different Depths and height a. And aggregating the front Width Given. A the capacity of the factory is 10.001 cons a year and its output is i broaching that amount the a my rid for their products or incr Eosin every year Aud a he territory in which it is used is constantly enlarging. It is an interesting fact that no ter Tilory in which the Nickerson goo i has Ever been Lutro Dufeu has eve i been abandoned and there is no exception to the circumstance that in every locality where they have been tried there is a increasing use item by year. Every minute detail in the manufacture is conducted with Scie Tiu and practice knowledge of tills intricate business. Farmers Aud truck Era a a who have used these fertilizers realize the advantage in using goods of this charac Tref in preference to Lap Hazard Aud mixing of fertilizing ingredients. They have supplied a majority of the Farmers a it this Aud adjoin plug counties in the past Aud propose doing so in the future. This is an Industry of which Easton Aud Talbot May Well feel proud and the appreciation of the Farmers is aptly shown by the Large Quantity of goods sold to them and rile additions that Are being built to the naut to keep up a continuous demand for the Eastern Shore Domestic guano. High Grade vegetable compound Aud other Superior brands. Special attention is Given to High Grade fertilizers and no pains spared in keeping their various brands up to the Blanclard. That Lias won Fame for their goods. The expressions of those who have used their fertilizers for years might be condensed into Oue Easton Gazette. 22d. A wonderful discovery. The inst Quarter of a Century records Many wonderful discoveries in Medicine but none that have accomplished More for humanity than that Sterling old household remedy Browns Iron bitters. It seems to coi Uain the very elements of Good health my neither Man woman or chill can take it without deriving the greatest Benefit. Browns Iron bitters is sold by All dealers. Business notices. Notice of dissolution the firm of Barnes a shr Eves. this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. S. B. Shrieves retiring and who will not be responsible for any Bills of the firm from this Date Barnes a Shrieves Leemont a january 20t.h, 1898. Notice All persons Are hereby forewarned from taking Wood from my premises near Parksley or otherwise trespassing under penalty of a prosecution to the full extent of Law. S. T. Young. Wanted to employ a White woman to do general housework. Fred Waddy. Accomac c. A. Notice i will sell the hiehe6t bidder at Jenkins a Ridge beginning wednesday 10 Hof feh Narv and continuing from Day to Day Rill All of the personal property of c s. Smith is sold consisting of dry goo s. Notions boots shoes hats Caps tobacco sugar Coffee molasses a times Mest and Many other things usually kept in a coutry a tor a Al a horses carts buggies farming implements and household mid Kitchen furniture so. Amp a. Sale to big Quot at 10 a to. Sharp. Terms made known on Day of Sale. W. L. Nock trustee. Notick a dark red Liefer. Crooked horns no Marks about 2 years old Inis been on my premises near Iloan cock. Since january. The owner will please Call for her. Prove property pay charges and take her away. Alex. Scott. Notice a hog female no ear Marks mostly White about 6 months old has been of my premises near Las Billle. About 3 months. The owner will please Call for her prove property pay charges Aud take her Uway. Levi r. Boggs. Notice Money for loan on unencumbered a Al estate e b. Northam. 103 e. Baltimore st., Baltimore. Md., or Stewart k Powell. Onancock a. Wanted a Good Middle aged White woman to do work about a farm House in a Small family. Send terms and Good references to w. S d. Fletcher a Jenkins Bridge Virginia. January 20, 1898. Notice�?$3,000.00 to loan on real estate in amounts not less than $500 00. T. B Quinby Onancock. A Lili poll Mph that govern the my into ant Selling of merchandise in this store to Supply every demand of Ali season and to close out Odds and ends when the season is Over. In carry nor out these principles be have brought out All our remnant Odd lots in dress goods Silks muslims cassimere carpets Coats and capes Etc., what be have left and marked them at a Price regardless of Cost so a it a that they will go with a Rush. First selections Are the Best selections for Oil some lines the limited assortment will Likely be consumed in a very Short time. Come Early and get your pick. As to Spring goods we have a Nice assortment such As House a keepers will need for Early Spring sewing muslims Hamburgs ind laces Percale Etc. We Are also Well equipped to Supply Diack silk Satin Henriettas Serges and Etc for March and april travelling dresses. These goods were bought last summer when goods were cheap and cannot be replaced to Day at 25 per cent Advance. In looking after our customers interest in this Way we Are in a position to save you much Money. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuation of same we Are faithfully yours. . A Mem amp a amp son a Pocomoke dry goods carpets and furniture Emporium. Pocomoke City. Wid. L. E. P. Dennis amp son a manufacturers of a High Grade fertilizers seven per cent potato and pea mixture. Fish Aud Potash mixtures nos. 1 amp 2. Special Sweet potato compound. Special Strawberry compound. For Spring top dressing. Vve also have a very Fine lot of Sun dried finely ground fish acid ground fish. Will be pleased to give prices on special compounds and can a a a fertilizers for those having formulas fertilizers for Sale at different r. R. And Steamboat landings com Altai caeiicina., s�1ltimore, my. A Nanut to Turbo sors it High Grade 7�?~fsfcb-c&mt. Cuano for Irish potato33 and peas Arius of first class fertilizers for Sweetl potatoes Corn and other crops. A solicit the patronage of the Farmers of the Eastern apply for particulars to their agents j. Emory Pitts. Cape Charles. F. A. Shields Exmore. It bum time manufacturer of and dealer in Accomac fish phosphate and acid lated and crude Mir Kishe scrap Monco team so sold for Cash cheaper than Ever before. n t to it Trevind a 1 in s l a in s poets t4. Val name it is not the largest store to an. Nor the oldest established firm that attracts the attention of the purchasing Public but it is the hustling wide in awake merchant who Sells at prices that will defy any competitor. When you Are in need of Staple and fancy groceries Queens Are Willow Ware confection eries tobacco notions amp a. Call and see us. We Are always ready to serve the Public and guarantee our prices to be the lowest of the Low. Yes Al property at private contract and Oyster Beds at Public auction. The undersigned offers for Sale at private contract the following valuable vessel property of the late a Apt. John Edward a Mears now deceased Schooner Jaie t. Lewis capacity 1,200 bushels of oysters in Good condition new sails amp a. Scoop Svia tiie capacity 300 bushels of oysters Cne year old. Every Day b auction Day. We have no saturday Sale As a Side Issue. Our prices worry our competitors but they draw us Trade. W. T. Winos continued on second Page main st. Onancock a. Two feasted lighter. Bugeye ,not launched capacity 500 bushels of oysters. Cat Soat capacity 100bushels of oysters in Good condition. I or 5 Oyster shows. Public auction. Will sell at Public auction on thursday february 3d, 3 p. M., at James store head of Bradford a neck three Oyster Beds in Machipongo Creek and one in cats Broadwater with oysters thereon. Terms made known on Day of Sale. E. T. Powell agent it t r o w e a v a

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