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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - September 30, 1908, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Al insula int Aorist. A Quot Comac court House a. Saturday february 5. 1s98. John ,editor and owner. Neighbourhood notes. 1 Lilno Leuco local news. Mrs. Cordie White of Norfolk is visiting relatives and friends at a coir a c. The infant child of or. And mrs. M. M Bell of Jamesville. Died a monday night. The Meibers and friends of Lee Mont. M. P. Church will hold an Oyster supper february Sill. They will Ulso serve ice Rontu and confection Aries or. Charles Northampton has been appointed by the speaker of the House of delegates a member of the committee on Maryland and Virginia Boundary lines. Or. John e. Bradford has been appointed postmaster at Wachapreague and r. W. Somers at Bio oui. This county and or. George o. Buchiu son at Wardtown. Northampton county. Nov d. White has been appointed Ami qualified last monday As county Surveyor of Aee Omae to fill the vacancy caused by the death of his father. I it. 1 tank White. His term of i Fife will expire july 1st, 1899. Or. P. Dryden has sold to ill John t. F. Hope formerly of this county what is known As the Hughes Furui on Pocomoke River in Somerset county. Mil. is now the owner of one thousand acres of Somerset county Laud. John a. Mears was appointed by the court last monday and qualified As Justice of the peace for Pungoteague District to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Thomas g. Elliott. His term of office will expire july 1st, 1599. In 1s97 two Hund de and forty six marriages were solemnized in acco Natac 163 White Aud 81 coloured 39 More than in previous year. Marriage fever still unabated. During the Mouth of january our clerk issued 41 marriage licenses. The woman a foreign missionary society of Drumm Oldtown will meet in the m. E. Church South of next Sabbath. February oth 3 p. In. Mrs a. T. James will Lead the meeting. All of the members Are requested to be present. The Public is invited. There will be Given at Hunting Creek. M. P. Church february 14th st. Valentine s Day a magic lantern entertainment consisting of recitations. Readings and songs. All of which will be illustrated with a magic lantern. Admission 15 cents dwelling at Parksley of mrs. E. P. Byrd occupied by u or. Born to was destroyed by fire late thursday afternoon. It originated in the Ceil ing in an upper room. The most of the furniture of the occupant was saved. Lose about $1,500�?partially insured a gun 30 feet Long and weighing 07,400 pounds was shipped Down the n a a Quot it a Railroad on wednesday its destination being Newport news a. It was transported on a Flat car Baving 10 wheels. Of the same train there was a Carload of explosives. Valuable personal property of c. S. Smith Jenkins Bridge is advertised for Sale it Public auction in this Issue by w. L. Nock trustee. The Sale will begin wednesday february 10th, Aud continue Lorn Day to Day until the whole of said property is disposed of. See advertisement the death of mrs. C. Kellam of Shadyside Northampton whom her friends thought was convalescent is reported in the Light of 3d dist. She died suddenly on sunday night. She was a most estimable lady and had Many friends in Accomac who will learn with sorrow of her untimely death a valuable farm situated in Nassawadox Creek in Occa Honneck neck belonging to William t. Bowed is advertised for Sale on saturday february 5th, by Otho f. Mears trustee. It contains about 100 acres beautifully located and has valuable Oyster Shore. See advertisement and write to trustee for full particulars. The Board of directors of the Chesapeake agricultural fair association held a meeting at the Cape Charles hotel on tuesday the 1st. Many matters of importance were discussed Aud the plan of operation decided upon for the conducting of the Asso. Cia Tiou during the present your. It was decided to hold the fair four Days August 16th, 17th 18tb, and 19th.�?the Light. The stockholders of the Baltimore Chesapeake and a Lautic Railroad company have re elected their officers and directors. The following comparative statement of earnings and expenses for the year ended August 31, 1897, was issued Gross earnings. $489,005.25. As compared with $497.707.08 in 1890 operating and general expenses $327,322 expenses Lor maintenance of Way and maid ted auce of equipment $80,129.71 rank aug total expenses $407,461.71,and leaving net earnings from operations $91,543.53 add for miscellaneous increase $2,250.72 total net income $83.800.25 from which deduct interest on $1,230,000, 5 per cent Bonds $62,500 balance to credit of profit and loss $21,300.25.�?wicomico news. Capt. Jno. W. Bunting is in Phil Adelphia this week on a business trip. Or. Robert w. White is building a new drug store in front of his Dwel Ling. Mrs. Maggie Wilkins of George town. Del. Is visiting her brother. Levin Booth. Our Oyster Market has been alow for the past few Days but is improving at this writing. Or. W. Davis has finished his new storehouse on s. E. Corner of Porter Street Aud will Stock it soon with Mercoli Onilse. Schooner Annie Reynolds. Captain Upton Mason while sailing Down our cd Nunez this week run into Sloop Hester belonging to w. L. Watson and broke Oft her Bowsprit and Mast. The officers Aud Crew of Winter Quarter lightship no. 45, have received orders from the inspector to remain of the ship until april 1st unless they come ashore after mail and then return the following Uay. Rev. Geo. P. Jones wife arid son of Cherry Hill my. And Captain r. .4. Wilcox wife and daughter of Mysti--conn., guests for the last two Mouths of their parents or. E. Matthews and wife have returned to their Homes. Levin Booth while talking with our assistant pos Fields one night last week in a tempting to pull his handkerchief from his pocket snatched ont his revolver with it. Or. Fields is now in Balti More to have the Bullet located and taken ont of his received by accidental discharge of the con tents of one of the barrels of same. Arrival sat Atlantic hotel this week h. S. Do Wall c. A. Morse j. Car1, j. Hoskins j. 1. Misson Baltimore c. A. And c. Y. Pre Yiu amp a. Jam s a. Couver. Taos. W. Barnes. Philadelphia m. E. Selby Wilming ton l. Resposs Norfolk r. F. Williams. Salisbury e. Davidson. Milford Geo. Wahman Felton c. Long Pocomoke City Thomas w. Russell Edgar t. Hill r. Taylor Accomac. Juo. A. M. Wheat ton Aud w. Matthews have been circulating a be Cit iou which has the signature of All to whom it was presented. The object of same is to extend our county Road one mile further Aud it will be a great convey Deuce not Only to the boat Smeu but wiil enable us to drive Down to the Atlantic Ocean if same is opened. An order to that effect will be asked of the honorable judge of our county court. Onai Wrork. Or. C. S. York of Baltimore spent last Friday and saturday in town. Of bldg to the severe storm on monday night the Steamer Tangier failed to reach this port of tuesday. Wednesday morning was the cold est of the season the Standard thermometers registering fifteen degrees above Zero at Sunrise. Or. Conrades who has been in ill health recently end went to Haiti More for treatment returned of last Friday much improved. Or. W. W. Dix of Baltimore a for Mer resident of this town spent a few Days Here this week. Be has filled Good positions several years with the Balto amp ohioans the Penn railroads and is now with the latter company. is also one of the City school commissioners. Or. Brent having retired from the Margaret Academy miss Bagby a it conducting the primary and us Adieu in departments and miss Barstow is continuing the department of music. It is said that a Good Burauer of up. Pupils will remain with them. On last saturday about noon. Or. Upshur b. Quinby departed this life. Having been in deepest trouble since the death of his wife a Little More than a year since and in a state of ill health without Hope of recovery he chose to go hence and under this anguish of spirit Aud disordered reason he sent a Bullet through his brain. In the death of or. Quinby the Community has lost an honorable Man an Able counsellor one of its Best citizens. Ail of his children arrived in due time from their Distant Homes and schools to attend the burial. The Federal services were held at his Home and his body was inter red in the family grounds in upshure a neck. Or. Robert e. Edwards of new York is Home to spend a Lew Werk with his father or. Ezer Edwards about five Jears ago or. Edwardg left his farm Aud went to new York City and took a position on a Large Stern tug boat where he has worked up to the office of second Engineer and is ready for further pro motion. Though he has succeeded in his undertaking and seen much of life in Itiat great City and on the sea yet we would venture a guess that he would Exchange his lot and dwell again on a snug farm Awong his old friends and neighbors Aud would choose a Ruddy smiling industrious country lass to share the pleasures of his quiet fireside. To Philly a b. A trill by Deal. Man a inn lire. A Kwh was received at Accomac cd. A. By Telephone about noon on last saturday that or. Upshur r. Quin by had taken his own life. The Start Ling announcement first received Here soon spread Over the county and was received everywhere with expressions of sorrow and a deep feeling of loss to every one who knew him. It was hard for Many people who had been accustomed to look to him for counsel and advice to realize that the report wan Correct and Manv could not. Until the tact was recalled that for the last three Vears he had Hen in declining health with no or Speet of improvement. was not Only a physical wreck but it is known that his mind was at times impaired to some of tent also audit s fair to presume that he was not in his right mind when he committed the deed. Fie killed himself with a 38 calibre Straith amp Wesson pistol by placing the muzzle of it mud r his right ear and when found soon after the re port was heard by two of his Daugh term life was extinct. shot himself while seated in front of a Mirror and in a room least occupied by him or iti family after taking the precaution to lock the doors behind him. was doubtless instantaneous As he intended it should be. In the death of or. Quinby aces. Mac loses one of her most useful Aud valuable citizens. Not it Man had a higher spouse of Honor or a Keener perception of right in Bis dealings with his fellow men. As a lawyer he to it a High rank for ability and acc ate knowledge of his profession in the thirty years in which he was a member of the Accomac bar As a citizen lie commanded the esteem of All who knew Hitu by Bis High moral diameter and his strict integrity in Lis dealings with Vliem As a Friend 1 was True to All ills professions my no one was More devoted to his family. Grief at the loss of Bis wife to whom he was devotedly attached who died about 14 months ago. Doubtless aggravated his ailments and had much to do in making him so reckless As to take ills own life. Seven children survive him tues. Quinby Onancock. L. Teackle Quinby. Atlanta. Ga., mrs. Margaret Franklin mrs Sumpter Smith and miss cd get Gie Henrietta and Jessie Quinby after funeral services Over him at his Home on tuesday conducted by Rev a. O. Vaden. Of the methodist Church and Rev. Henderlite of the presbyterian Church his re Mains were interred in the family burying ground at his old Home in upshure a neck. of her Gnu nil sin of Coarts. At n Rae Etiny held it Accomac 0. H., va., february sad Iso by the members of the bar and the officers of the courts of Accomac county the follow Long resolutions were unanimously adopted whereas it has pleased the almighty to remove from our midst in the prime of his Lite our associate and brother upshur b Quinby nil we the members of the bar and officers of the courts of Accomac county desire to express our feelings upon the sad occasion now therefore lie it resolved. 1st. That in his life and Condu t was displayed such a Type of purity and moral grandeur As to present to us a living example for All time to come and such As that All who appreciate virtue and Honor should strive to emulate. 2ud. That we be r witness to the re re excellence of his Legal Ai d literary attainments. 3rd. L hat in the death of our associate county and state have lost one of the most Promise it men within their Borders and we. The members of the bar and officers of the courts a genial companion and Friend. 4th. That we tender to the Mem. of his family our sincere sym a. Thy in their bereavement. 3th. That a copy of these resolutions be published in the pm insula the Accomac news the Eastern Shore Herald Aud the Farmer and Fisherman add that the judges of the courts of this county be requested to cause the same to be spread upon the records thereof. J w. G. Blackstock chem n. Prscott. J st wart k. Powell a Coin. John h wish m. Oldham jr., Secretary. J dealt by . Hampton. Van a february 1.�?sam�?Tl. Saunders a Young Man owning considerable property Here committed suicide this morning by swallowing five grains of strychnine. A Long letter written i st night was found in his room. It was addressed to Bis Quot friends id Hampton a and after stating that he was going to heaven provided for the disposition of Bis Money and real estate equally Between his Mother and sister who live in Northampton county. Saun Ders attempted self destruction sunday morning but the fact did not become known until to Day. The act is attributed to disappointment in a love affair. was 29 years old. His remains were brought to his Home for interment by Steamer old Point Comfort last wednesday. Oduj. During last year 75.242 barrels of potatoes were shipped from Only station. Mrs. Eliza Mears Here on a visit to her daughter this week and Creti Cally ill. The building of a parsonage is be ing talked of Here by members Aud friends of the methodist Church at this place. Or. Samuel m. Costen of Costen md., is id our town this week looking after his silverware by Dens. Or. Bob Dryden of Poco Ioka was Here Early in this week t interview our Farmers in regard to fertilizers. Him it ii let Chincoteague farm the residence of or. A. Meelheim near Horn town was the scene of a pretty Home wedding on the evening of january �?�20th, 1898, the Happy couple being miss Libbie Watson and w. Meelheim. Promptly at nine of clock the following bridesmaids. Misses Mollie Wallop Lillie Gibb and Virgie Taylor attended by their respective groomsmen messes. U. L. Masou 8. Johnson and Clinton Matthews entered the spacious Hall to the Sweet strains of Mendelsohn a wedding March rendered by Mies Lizzie Watson and followed by the Bride and Groom. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. F. Gamer of the m. E. Church South during which the Organ softly breathed Forth hat old familiar song Annie Laurie. The Hall was elaborately trimmed with Holly Aud Mistletoe. The ceremony took place under a double Arch from which was suspended two hearts linked together Aud decorated with Mistletoe. The wedding party and guests were served with refreshments immediately after the Cerci Xouy. The company dispersed at twelve of clock after Baving extended their Best wishes to the Bride and Groom and spent a delightful evening. Cunfu ble . Oue of the most delightful entertainments of the season was the a a social a at the residence of or. P. Penny of the evening of february 2ud, Given in Honor of miss Alice Colona of Trower. A. Or. Aud mrs. Penny Are always very careful in seeing that nothing is lacking to make their guests have an enjoyable time. Those who will look Back to a Happy Breut evening were misses Hattie b. Hoffman,.Emma e. Chandler Enie Hutchinson Lula Hutchinson Bessie Lewis Carrie Hornsby. Jennie Ross and messes. Quot Burkoy West Jolius w. Mason who though not As Young As lie used to be is one of the boys. T. Evans Seymour Hoffman j. Seward Custis Albert m. Hutchinson o. Gilden Charles Ross Reginald Edwards e. F. Adams Aud win d. Evans. Music plays. &c., made the time pass pleasantly away. The Quot har Borton Evecuti Onisto recited in his inimitable manner several pieces of poetry. Refreshments were served Aud altogether the evening was a most enjoyable one. X. Rats. No a Clef or rho an of All Smyr Bull a a a a is Ifni a Misc. Persons who contemplate taking boarders during the coming summer add desire their names placed in the Baltimore. Chesapeake amp Atlantic railway summer Book Lor 1898, will kindly communicate with the undersigned giving name of place distance from a. C. So a. Station or wharf number of persons accommodated and rates per Day week or month. All answers must be in by february 29 the t Murdoch general pass Ugur agent 205 e. A st., Baltimore my. Intr roil. Lack a Jones a january 24th, 1.898, in Baltimore Charles e. Lane of Vineland n. J., and miss Amyr Jones of Parksley a. Taylor Britt Iob am january 20th, 1898, at Pocomoke City by Rev. E. S. Tuttle of Iver l. Taylor of Greenbackville this county and miss Sadie e. Brittin Gaiu of Omer set county my. Akk do bloc tto january 23. 1898, at Chincoteague by Rev. Geo. W. Kiracofe Morgan m. Reed and miss.Emma Birch. Thoun Tox Daisy a uni Cuury 23, 1898, at Chincoteague by Rev. Geo. W. Kiracofe George h. Thornton add miss Nancy m. Daisey. Williams Evans a january 30, 1898, at Tangier by Rev. C. P. Swain Thomas Williams and miss Florence Evans. Harrison Park re january 23di 1898. Near Savag Eville by Rev. G. W. Hurt win. Harrisod and miss Lee 0. Parker. Can Roii role. Two prizes were awarded s. S. Teachers at Lealier Bury a last Sabbath. The first prize was awarded mrs. Chas. S. Scott of deep Creek. The second prize was awarded miss Maggie l. Marsh of David of Ches Coune Saix. Revival services at the m. E. Church Onancock. Have been interesting add helpful five asking for prayers. The following ministers of the town have been invited to assist revs. Gamble under Lite Hurt Crowder Wilcox and Winder. Rev. Crowder is exp peeled to preach sunday night. An United Effort of All Christianb desired. Subject for next sunday morning the sacred number and seven resurrections. Subject Sabbath afternoon at Ayers m. E. Church a if Christ came to Accomac a Gnu a ale second regular Musicale of Pudgy Teague Academy. German emperor s March. Misses Kellam and Winder. Copin Waltz of 70.miss Bess e Bull of Venice Joynes. Valse Kellam. Twilight miss Battaile and mrs Hebard child and Susie Ames grandpa s Waltz by request. Mies Susie Ames for you. Miss Kellam Mendelsohn s Spring song. Miss Battaile. Dance of the spirits miss Martin. Hebard. On Blooming Meadows. Misses Ayres and Battaile. Write to us for estimates on doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints see. 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 amp lumber co. We sell Snow Knox amp cons a Climax Quot flour. If you desire Good bread Send us your order for a barrel. Pate so Mason Pusley a. Bis pore i. Tuesday was hog killing Day and a big Day at Accomac c. Three or four mud red people met on that Day to witness the killing of the big porkers of or. G. Lloyd Doughty and Many of them to take a Chance at the guessing Box. The blog Cut log weighed 887 pounds and 2 ounces net and the smallest one g58 pounds and 10 ounces net. In the guessing Box 755 ballots were deposited six of them with the number 887 on them and two with 887 on them and these eight by w. T. Bundick n. F. Walter. R. D Kellam r. P. Anstis j. R j uses b. S. Jones Mapp so Trower Jami a Lee Justice divided the Pool less 5 per cent the share of each being eight doll Urb and ninety three cents the tickets of Twenty five More of the Guesser had 887 on them. Or. Doughty hoped to beat the record with Bis big hog but the following report of the weight of or. James Mears hog published in 1858 in it Baltimore paper shows that he is still in the Lead of heavy weight porkers emr. James Mears of Accomac county Virginia slaughtered two hogs of his own raising of the 27th inst., whose aggregate weight amounted to 1529 lbs., the larger weighing 090 and the lesser 629 lbs. These hogs were 25 months and 2 Daya old. We believe that 900 lbs. At 35 months is the biggest pig yet raised the growth of the larger by calculation wus at the rate of 1 la. And 3 of u Day from birth to death. They were weighed by 3 respectable gentlemen selected by persons interested for there was some betting As Weil As curiosity Aud the above statement May be implicitly relied on. Quot May we not brag a Little on old Accomac Aud Jar. Jimmy Mears a there is really no account aug for the productive Power of our dear old county a always distinguished for raising great men pretty girls line oysters and big potatoes. She has now added a full Cubit to her stature by Baving raised the biggest hog in America. Quot Onancock january 28th, 1858.&Quot Iione a Ltd Iclal Milry a Iofe. A Bill has been introduced by senator locate to authorize the county treasurer of Accomac county to Levy upon and sell for unpaid to amp web any property of the Lele Rupli line in a. Comae extending along the line of the new York Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad. Delegate Smith has introduced Bills to legalize and make valid a Levy made by the town Council of Cape Charles in the county of Northampton in september 1897. To Amend and re enact Section 3 of an act approved december 20, 1895, entitled an act to Amend the charter of the town of Cape Charles in the county of Northampton. The following Bill passed by Booth houses of the general Assembly has been approved by the governor to allow a. Markle r. C. Keefer f. C. Stout j. Emory and others to erect a wharf of their lands on Wallops Island id Chincoteague Inlet Accomac county a. New a to it Ril cml riot. Money to loan by a d. Care of ent Kri risk office. Seamstress and nurse wanted by mrs. O. A. Browne. Lamp Dieb and gentleman wanted to canvass by w. Stockley Cheriton. T. S. Hopkins amp co. Tasley a. New store of general merchandise just opened which carries also fertilizers farming implements lumber Etc. John w. Rogers so bros., Onley invite special attention to their fertilizers onion sets seed Etc. E. Benson merchant tailor to. Cooke City my. W. S. Richardson Marion station my. Especial attention invited to his Large variety of Strawberry plants. offers ouly first class Stock and is entirely reliable. A magic lantern Ana a George and Martha a amp Shinton entertainment will be Given at a Grant memorial a february 22d, consisting of Choice recitations songs in. All of which will be illustrated with a magic lantern. Wanted every fruit grower to have my special Price list of Strawberry plants 66 6ixty six varieties from $1,25 per m up. My Stock has been inspected by the state inspector according to Law and each shipment will Bear his certificate. Place your orders Early. 6.000,000 plants for Spring 1898. A. Mcmath. Muley a. In Tiei Norlum. In pad remembrance of my dear child. Ella k. Sparrow who departed this life two years ago to Day february oth 1890. She was an obedient and Loving daughter the Light of her Home which has been darkened with sorrow Ever since she left it. My Darling Ella has left me she is numbered with the dead. Her soul has gone to live with Jesus where no Farewell tears Are shed. I have no other precious Darling no ode can till her place but i am trusting in my Saviour for a full amount of Grace. Two years have passed away since then but of. Liow Long it seems to me. That face 1 loved that voice so Sweet my soul doth Long once More to Greet. My Ella dear could you but see. Often my thoughts Are placed on thee you be stood the test and entered there i m waiting now with you to share. Dearest Ella you have left me. Gone from All Earth a toil and pain. Yet 1 Hope some Day to Greet you in that land where Triumph reigns. Farewell dear child you Are at rest and shall forever be you could not live on Earth with me but i can Goto the. By her Loving Mother. Susan m. Kill Han. In Memn Ramn. In Lovima remembrance of lift Cly Freddie i Iris who died january 28th, 1898, aged 5 years 2 Days. Drop the Silken curtains lower. Darken too that glaring Light. Let no foot fall break the Sil nce Little Freddie is dead to night. Little Freddie we loved so dearly. Once with lips and Cheeks aglow. Lies Witti Little hands now folded. Like Pink Rosebud on tie Snow. Little feet once so warm and restless. Lies so still and Frozen now let me fold Tuv ii Mit him. Leave the last kiss on his brow. And my heart is yearning aching bitter Are the tears we shed. While oor empty Are longing. For our Darling Little Freddie. But Wynn life a last Dreau is Over and in a sleeping with the dead. We will meet to part. Oil. Never Little Bright eyed Angel Freddie. By his Loving father and Mother. R. Riggs c. Briqus. A won Erial discovery. The last Quarter of a Century records Many wonderful discoveries in Medicine hut none that have accomplished More for humanity than that Sterling old household remedy Browns Iron bitters. It seems to contain the very elements of Pood health and neither Man woman or child can take it without deriving the greatest Benefit. Browns Iron hitters is sold by All dealers. That govern the buying and Selling of merchandise in this store to Supply every demand of the season and to close out Odds Ana ends when the season is Over. In carrying out these principles we have brought out All our remnant Odd lots in dress goods Silks muslims cassimere Carp its Coats and capes Etc., what 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 of 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 housekeepers will need for Early Spring sewing muslims Hamburgs and laces of a Ercale Etc. We Are also Well equipped to Supply Black silk Satin Henriettas Serges and Etc for March and april travelling dresses. These goods were bought last summer when goods were cheap Aud cannot a replaced to Day at 25 per cent Advance. In 1 to King after our customers interest m 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. , Mie Kimson it sen a Pocomoke dry goods carpets and furniture Emporium. Pocos fio amp a Sty. My. Business notices. For Salk two barrels of Beauty of Hebron Irish potatoes. Vav. L. James. Savag Eville. For loan-$3,000 on unencumbered real estate. Letters in regard to same will be promptly forwarded if a id dressed to c. D., care of Entik Prisk office. Notick having bold out and changed Niue and style of our Xirui 1 hereby give notice that All Bills Over due to l j. My ibo or Melson amp Mathias must be closed by note or paid. Thanking the Public tor past favors i solicit a share in the future. L. Melson. Want do a settled White woman As seamstress Aud nurse for one child. Wages $7.00 per month. Mrs. Orris a. Browne. Cape Charles Vul. Public auction i will sell at Public auction. Saturday afternoon. February 12th, begin owing promptly at on of clock the entire Stock of goods belonging to f. W. Sparrow at Harborton va., consisting in part of dry foods notions boots shoes hats cups ready made clothing hardware Queens Are and store fixtures see., see. Terms Cash. G. Hoffman trustee. P. Sale wiil continue every saturday afternoon until the entire Stock is disposed of. For Salk Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage plants. A. Rend Harborton a. For Salk Corn fodder. 25 barrels of Early round potatoes 25 barrels of Haman potatoes Aud one Good horse 5 years old gentle in All harness and which can Pace in 2 40. Win. E. Mapp Only a. $1.50 per Day a few energetic ladies and gentlemen wanted to can Vass. Above salary guaranteed. Callou or address w. Stockley Cheri ton a. Executor s Sale notice is hereby Given that on Friday february 11th, 1898, at 10 of clock a., m. The undersigned will sell at Public aug Tiou at the late residence of Geo. W. Mason deceased in the Village of ouly. A lot of valuable personal property consisting of one horse two carts two carriages a lot of Corn fodder hog farming implements lumber blacksmiths tools 4cc., amp a. Terms Cash. George b. Mason executor of George w. Mason deceased february 1st, 1893. Lost in Drummond town on the 19th of january a handsome Gold lock Bracelet. The finder will be doing a great kindness by leaving it at the printing office. Notick of dissolution the firm of Barnes so Shrieves was this Day dissolved by Mutual consent s. Shrieves retiring and who will not be responsible for any Bills of the firm from this Date. Barnes Shrieves. Leemont a january 26th, 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. Tong. Notice i will sell to the highest bidder at be Ukida Bridge beginning wednesday the 16th of february and continuing from Day to Day till All of the personal property of c. 8. Smith is 6old, consisting of dry goo is notions boots shoes hats Caps tobacco sugar Coffee molasses cheese meat and Many other things usually kept in a country store also horses carts buggies farming implements and household and Kitchen furniture &c., amp a. Sale to begin at 10 a.m.,Sharp. Terms made known on Day of Sale. W. L. Nock trustee. Notick a bog female no ear Marks mostly White about 6 months old has been on my premises dear Nashville about 3 months. The owner will please Call for her prove property pay charges and take her away. Levi r. Boggs. Notice Money for loan on unencumbered real estate. E. 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 Aud Good references to w. S. Fletcher Jenkins Bridge Virginia. January 28, 1898. Notice�?$3,000.00 to loan on real estate in amounts not less than $500.00. T. Quinby Onancock. Fertilizer for Sale the great land improver Orchill guano. Cash Price f. O. B., Baltimore $16.00. Delivered at Hunting Creek or Parksley. Send in your orders. Pate pc Mason agents. Continued on second Page Tel h. Benson successor to Polk amp Benson Ltd a it merchant tailor Pocomoke City my. Jerwill visit Accomac c. H., every court Day with full ass sufi line of samples of suiting in their store i Tasley station a now open and stocked with a full line of Genii Mumm. A we can also fill All orders for Coal Shingle lumber bricks Hay Glass Salt fee to mess and All kinds of at the lowest possible prices. You Are cordially invited to Call. T. S. <3c co., Tasley Hay, Coal flour Terra Cotta piping general merchandise amp a. In fertilizers we have Baughs High Grade and Rogers Best for onions round potatoes and . We also have for Sale onion sets 8eed , potato bed frames and framing already grooved and dressed 6x8 Glass. Egg Aud stove Coal 2240 to the Tod. In Terra Cotta pining we have the following sizes a 8, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20 and 24. Bought direct from the kilns and sold cheaper than wholesale City prices. 18. 20 and 24 Inch or Well tubes will Cost about the same As Cypress tubing Superior to it in Quality and will last a Century. In general merchandise our Stock is always full Well selected and in great variety Aud we carry in addition to above also plows cultivators 14 tooth harrows and other farming implements Hay flour Coal &c., also j. M. A luxury s Best liquid paints. We buy for spot Cash Aud sell at the lowest margin of profit. John w. Rogers amp bros., Only Northwestern Mutual life insurance co., Milwaukee Wisconsin. O assets $92,649,960.odividends which have averaged during the past ten years More 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. Air correspondence invited Aud particulars cheerfully Anion co. Baltimore 35&i3.manufacturers h3qh grads 7�per cent guano Forrish potatoes and and of first class fertilizers for Sweet 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 . A. Shi Flos Exmore. Manufacturer of and dealer in Accomac fish phosphate and acid lated and crude dry my e3-sold for Cash cheaper than Ever before

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