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ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA.:
SATURDAY. September 5, 1SS5
?sT A cross-marK on your paper, liefere
$Sgr your name, made "with pen and ink,
??T indicates that your subscription has
expired, or is due. and you lire re
spectfully solicited to remit or re
A valuable horse of Mr. E H Oust is
Leemont. "ran away" last week and
broke its leg
Miss LibbieD. Johnson,of Leemont is
home from Luray, Vau, to the gratifica?
tion of numerous friends
Harry, son of John S. Wise of Chescon
nessix, died of congestive chill on Au?
gust 24th, aged one year.
Mr. Thomas P. Floyd and family left
last Thursday for Baltimore, which is to
be their home in the future.
Dr. J. E. Brodwater of Temperauce
ville, has been appointed school trustee
vice Rev. M. Oldham, resigned.
Mr. Charles B. Lillistou has been ap?
pointed registrar at Drummondtowu
precinct, vice W. P. Bell, resigned.
Farmers who wish to purchase new
ett's potato digger will after this week
address Mr. W. L. Elzey, Seaford, Del?
The shipments of sweet potatoes
daily from Onancock for several days
has been from two to three thousand
"\V"m. C. Hall, Esq., now occupies the
old staud of A Parker in our town and
has the most handsomely titled up res?
taurant iuthe county
Mr. Lynn C. Byrd of the firm of Jas.
Bailey & Son, is now on the Eastern
Shore and our merchants need ouly to be
advised to hold their orders for him
Mr. John O. Selby, of 0<ik Hall offers
for rent two farms in our columns to?
day. Read if you wish to rent, the op?
portunity offered you to secure a pleas?
The partnership of Sturgis & Doughty
carriage, cart and buggy makers, Onan?
cock has been dissolved. The business
will hereafter be conducted by Mr. F.
Dr. Burleigh Kcllam has the law of?
fice of Fletcher & Parramorc in our
town as headquarters, and his profes?
sional services are now at the command
of the public.
Mr. B.W. Mears proposes to build a
hotel at Keller station and a proprietor
i& wanted. Applicants wishing to rent
should not delay conferring with him
about the matter.
A fair will be held in a grove near
Franktown, Northampton county, on
Tuesday the l?th inst.. for benefit of
Franktown Methodist church, com?
mencing at 2 p. m. aud continuing un?
til 10 p m
Messrs. G. W. Oldham & Co., Tem
perauceville, are selling goods at cost ex?
cept a few staple articles. Read their
advertisement and avail yourselves of
the earliest opportunity to secure the
bargains off e red you.
Mr. Henry Lee Lilliston has sold his
livery stables to Mr. B. T. Melson, who
proposes to run it in first-class style and
at as reasonable rates as possible. He
already has bought several fine turnouts
and deserves to be patronized.
Read the advertisement of W. C.
Lindsay & Co., Portsmouth, Va. Ev?
ery farmer n our county has an interest
in the article advertised, and on the
terms which it is offered should give the
firm his patrouage. Save money by send?
ing the firm your orders.
The steamer Helen of the E S Steam?
boat Company is now on the line and
plies regularly between Occahonnock,
Nandua and Pungoteague, leaving for
Baltimore every Monday and Thursday
Large shipments by the route made an
additional steamer a necessity
A child of Mrs. William Reidof Chin
coteague was burned so badly on Mon?
day night that it cannot live. The moth?
er in the effort to extinguish the fire re?
ceived severe injuries also. A lamp
knocked from a sewing machine by the
child was the cause of the accident.
Mr. L. J. llyslop was offered and re?
fused S100 for a St. James colt exhibit?
ed at the Fair. Mr R. E. Floyd has re
fused an offer of $5uu for his five year
old which won several premiums at the
Fahr. St. James made the fastest time
at the Fair that was ever made on the
track and as model of beauty, was un?
surpassed An offer of ?1,000 for him
was declined by his owner more than a"
Mr. Jos. C Wescott, of Pungoteague
and Miss Sally P. Weaver were married
at the bride's residence in Onancock
on "Wednesday 2nd inst., Kev. John W.
Hnndley officiating. They have liest
wishes of numerous friends and no one
can tender them sincerer congratula?
tions than the writer.
Garrison's Chapel Sunday school will
hold their annual picnic iu said church
yard on Sept. Oth, beginning at 10 o'clock
a. nr., if the weather be favorable, if not
the next day. Rev. J. H. Amiss has
kindly consented to deliver an address.
Doors opeu at 7 o'clock p. m. Ice
cream, cake and confectioneries for side
Net proceeds for benefit of the school.
The public is cordially invited to attend.
The following is an extract from tha
county superintendent's report for the
year ending July31st, 1SS5: Numberof
schools in county, S2; pupils enrolled 5,
18S; average monthly enrollment 3,530;
average daily attendance 2,675; average
number months taught 6.43; average
monthly salaries for males S32.7S; aver?
age monthly salaries for females S27.67;
average numbwr pupils to each teacher
43; cost of tuition per pupil enrolled per
month 47 cts.: whole cost of education
per pnpil per month 59 cts.; number of
graded schools with more than one
Fish'are plentiful in our market.
Mr. J. L. Wyatt lias recently returned
from an extended tour of West Virginia
Miss Magpie White has been appoint?
ed postmistress at Belle Haven, vice A.
J. Ward, removed.
At the presbytery to be held here ou
the 16th inst., some 20 or more preach?
ers and among them Dr. IIogue,of Rich?
mond are expected.
Mrs. Mary F. Duer,- wife of Joshua
R. Duer, died at her residence at Miles'
wharf, "Northampton, last Wednesday,
after a brief illness, aged about 30 years
General Lee made a fine speech here
Wednesday to a good audience. Mr. F.
T. Brent also being called for put iu
some vigorous links for the cause of De?
Notions such as you never saw be?
fore, cheap and of best quality and in
; large quantities at West & Willis'store.
Call and inquire for anything you need
iu that line.
Misses Alice and Mary Fitchett, Car?
rie Bell and Lelia Widgeon are guests
of Mr. George W. Jacob. Misses Lizzie
Hallett and Madge Johnson are stopping
at the home of Mr. George D. Abdell.
Rufus Reynolds, son-in-law of John
R. Floyd, died in Baltimore of typhoid
fever last Sunday, aged 30 years. On
Tuesday his remains were brought to
this county and interred by the side of
Ids wife, who died a few months ago.
At a meeting of the Democratic Coun?
ty Committee August 31st, 1SS5 the
following were elected to fill vacancies
in the Committee: W. J. Claville,
Thomas E. C. Custis vice Stephen Hop?
kins late appointed P. M., resigned,
Southey B. Bull vice W. C. Mason, P.
M., resigned, George S. Mapp vice A.
J. Byrd, deceased, E. W. Barnes vice
Jas. R. Hickman, resigned. Ordered
that the Secretary notify new members
of their appointment.
Following plan of organization was
adopted by the Democratic County Com?
mittee for the campaign of 1SS5
1 They will appoint Precinct Commit?
tees, composed of not less than five mem?
bers, and always a number sufficient to
have every locality in the Precinct rep?
resented on the Committee; and will
designate the Chairman of the same.
'?They will see that the Precinct Com?
mittees procure a copy of the Registra?
tion Books of each precinct as soon as
possible. The importance of this can
not be over estimated. The politics of
every voter should be ascertained, and
indicated on these copies by a letter op?
posite each name?D. for Democrat, R.
for Republican, and U. for uncertain.
'??They will also appoint a Canvasser for
each Precinct from the members of the
Precinct Committee, to ascertain who
are not registered, who need transfers,
&c, and to report all pertinent matters
to the Precincl Chairman.
"The Precinct Committee will see to
it that all non-registered Democratic
voters are duly registered forthwith?
not waiting for set days of registration
?and they will be depended on to poll
the full vote of their precincts.
"County and Precinct Committee are
charged with the duty of providing the
funds necessary for election purposes iu
their Counties and Precincts, and with
making proper arrangements for speak?
ers assigned them during the canvess.
'?They are to appoint precinct and neigh
borhood meetings, to procure local speak
ers to addiess the same, and to do every?
thing which their sound discretion may
suggest to promote success in the can?
"The Precinct Committee will ap?
point two persons to bold tickets, aud
two to act as Challengers, on election
day, aud the whole Committee is enjoin?
ed to remain at the Polls from sunrise
until the count is completed. District"
Chairman will send to this office, with?
out delay, the names and P.O. address
of all Precinct Committees, and will
also make weekly reports of the progress
and need of cauvass to this office,
"And this Committee will be glad to
have at all times, from any friend of tbe
party auy information pertinent to the
Ordered that the members of the
County Committee meet in their re?
spective districts on Thursday Sept. 10,
and appoint precinct committees to con?
sist of not less than five members for
each voting precii.ct iu their district.?
Meetings on Thursday Sept. 10th will
be at tbe following places at 3 o'clock
p. m. Island?Atlantic hotel, Atlantic?
ville, Lee?Accomac C. H.,?Pimgo
teague?Pungoteague. The district
committee will notify the precinct com?
mittee of their appointment as soon as
Ordered that the Secretary have 200
copies of plan of organization printed
for distribution to district and preciuct
committees. Adjourned to meet Sept.
GEo. F. Parramore, Sec.
THE GR?TIGE FAIR.
I.iat of Premiums Awarded.
Most stylish horse, Wm. White,...S 5 00
Best 1 year old colt, 1st premium
Moses Bell. 5 00
Thomas West, 2nd premium. 3 00
Best colt under 1 year", 1st premium
L.J. Hyslop. 3.00
Willliam J. Savage 2ud premium... 2 00
Best 2 years and under, 1st prem
"William E. Floyd.10 00
J. P. L. Hopkins 2nd premium. 5 00
Best 3 year old, 1st premium Frank
Fred Waddy 2nd premium. 5 00
Fastest 3 years old, 1st premium
Edward Waples.20 00
Fred Waddy 2nd premium.10 00
Fastest 4 years old, 1st premium
Richard E. Floyd.25 00
S. Custis Turlington 2nd prem.15 00
Fastest 5 years old, 1st premium
Richard E. Floyd.25 00
H. P. James 2nd premium.15 00
Fastest horse of any age, 1st prem?
ium, T. McDonnell.40 00
George II. Adair, 2nd premium....20 00
I Division B.
John W. White, best bull.?10 00
Frank_Dennis, cow, regardless of
age. 20 00
John Obed Downing, grade cow
1st premium. 10 00
Fisher Bradford, grade cow 2nd
premium. 8 00
Thomas L. Trower, cow 2 years
and under 1st. 10 00
Alma Gofflgon. cow 2 years and
under 2nd premium. 8 00
Dr. E. B. Finney, calf under 1
year 1st premium. 6 00
Frank Dennis, calf under 1 year
2nd premium. 4 00
John Obed Downing, grade calf
1st premium. 4 00
John E. Barman, boar regardless
of age 1st premium. 5 00
John E. Harman, 2nd premium... 3 00
O. F. While, pair shoats 1st p'r... 0 00
John E. Harman, 2nd premium... 4 00
\V. F. Flemming, sow and pigs... 6 00
" best ram. 5 00
John B. Downing, best lamb. 3 00
W. F. Flemming, best p'r ewes.. 5 00
" " Bramahchickens.. 2 00
Mrs. E. Downing, Plymt'h Rock 2 00
J/JT. Turlington, best turkeys.... 2 00
W. F. Flemming, variety fowl.... 4 00
James X. Turlington, best geese: 2 00
" " Sea-Bright chickens 1 00
Win .M. Turlington, LangShang 100
N. J. Kellara, grade cow 1st . 10 00
T. J. Killmon, " " 2nd. 8 00
J. T. Bonniwell, fcestapplcs,lstp.S 1 00
John Wallace 2nd premium. 50
Major T. Wise, best peaches 1st pr. 1 00
John II. Killmon 2nd premium. 50
Major T. Wise, best pears 1st prem 1 00
George W. Killmon, 2nd premium. 50
John T. Bonniwell, best variety of
apples, peaches and pears 1st pr. 2 00
George W. Killmon, 2nd premium 1 00
John H. Killmon, best grapes. 1 00
Geo. S. Mapp best watermelon 1st p. 1 00
William J. Rue 2nd premium. 50
Wm. Miller, best musktuelon 1st p. 1 00
John B. Floyd,second premium.... 50
P. S. Steward, round potatoes 1st p. 2 00
William C. Mapp, 2nd premium... 1 00
W.T. Killmon, sweet potatoes, 1st.15 00
George T. Coleburn,2nd premiun.10 00
John T. Bonniwell, 3rd premium... 5 00
George W. Jacob, table beets. 2 00
J. H. Killmon,variety root crops 1st 2 00
W. B. Bird,2ud premium. 1 00
Howard Killmon, cabbage, 1st pr. 1 00
John T. James, 2nd premium. 50
William E. Miller, onions, 1st pr. 2 00
Richard N. West, 2nd premium... 1 00
Patrick W. Killmon, tomatoes 1st 1 00
James K. Savage, 2nd premium... 50
William T. Mears, squash. 50
William C. Mapp,limabeans. 50
G. W.Turlington, largest pumpkin 1 00
J. H. Killmon, table vegetables, 1st 2 00
W. B. Bird, 2nd premium. 1 00
Alfred W. James, peanuts, (new).. 50
" " (old).. 50
Alfred Cullonna, white wheat 1st 2 00
W. H. Bagwell, " w 2nd 100
red " 1st 2 00
Wm. T. Killmon, u ? " 2nd 1 00
John H. Killmon, white corn 1st 1 00
James C. Doughty, " " 2nd 50
Geo. W. Stockly, yellow M 1st 1 00
John E. Ames, " 2nd 50
James N. Turlington, oats 1st.... 1 00
E. S. Smith,. " 2nd. 50
W, H. Bagwell, assortment of
green. 2 00
John H. Killmon, green corn. 1 00
Dr. E. B. Finney, table " . 1 00
J. K. Savage, best corn meal. 1 00
Rev, J. Hundley, best squash. 50
J. W. Bradford, best flour. 1 00
V\"m. E. Elliott, cured tobacco. 50
F. S. Smith, Accomac hay. 1 50
Fred Gunter, green pepper. 50
J. W. Beloai, best millet. 50
J. E. Poulson, table beets. 25
Kosciusko Dunton, watermel'n 1 00
James R. Hickman, " 100
E. Whitman Sons & Co., Balti?
more, cultivator.S I 00
George D. Abdell, grub hoe. 1 00
u iron rake. 50
A. W. Gramner, Pocomoke, horse
cart, 1st premium.10 00
Edward Killmon, 2nd premium. 8 00
William C. Mapp, oat rake. 50
A. W. Gramner, spring wagon. 5 00
Doughty & Sturgis, sulky, 1st 37,
.2nd 35,3rd 3 00
George W. Abdell, horse shoe. 1 00
" striking iron.. 1 00
" carving 4cnife.. 50
Edward Killmon, oat dasher. 50
E. Whitman, Sons & Co., corn and
cob crasher. 4 00
Same, fencing wire. 3 00
? corn sheller, 1st ?4,2nd S3,3rd 2 00
Rev. J. W. A. Elliott, potato hiller 5 00
N. H. Walker, oat roller. 2 00
Hewitts' patented potato digger... 5 00
E.Whitmau, Sous & Co, dbl. wagon 6 00
Walter Parker ?' 4 00
E.Whitman,Sons&Co,corn sheller 1 00
[Concluded Next Week.]
Fourth round ot quarterly meetings
Eastern Shore District M. E. Church,
South, are as follows:
Onancock, Andrew chapel, Sept. 5 & 6,
Pungoteague, Qraddockville, Septem?
ber 12 & 13.
Wicoinico,Washington, Sept. 19&20.
Belle Haven, Bethel, Sept. 27 & 2S.
J. H. Amiss, (
Allow mo space for an explanation of
an omission to announce the following
article on our premium list which should
have been read out from the stand on
the last day of the Fair, but the secre?
tary failed to get them on hisbook, viz:
1st premium, very pretty pillow shams
by Miss Dennis of Temperanceville,
a loaf of very nice corn bread by Mrs.
John E. Bradford. Also, I wish to add
that of the great display of artistic and
skillful work in the ladies department,
many persons were heard to speak in
praise and admiration of the pen draw.
ings of Mr. Lee Kellam which contribu?
ted largely to the picture department.
The lovely table of Mrs. Solomon Bird
attracted special notice and admiration:
Last but not least, I must mention that
beautiful glass case of wax flowers, made
and contributed by Misses Inez and Car?
rie Brodwater of Temperanceville, ex?
hibiting such a degree of artistic ingen?
uity and skill that it seemed especially
to attract the public gaze. Many
were tbe expressions of regret that
General Fitz Lee failed to bo with
us. Many thanks to tbe public general?
ly, but especially to Temperanceyille for
contributions. T. T. Wescott.
Sept. 1st, 1SS5. Supt. Ladies Dep't.
Ay Kscn.i.r.M' offer.
To Accocnne am! Northampton Young
Eight young ladies from these coun?
ties are offered "free tuition" in as
many of the following branches as they
may be able to study, at the Female In?
stitute, Chaster, A'irginia: English,
Latin, Greek, German, French, and
either one of the following ornamental
studies: Music, piano, organ, vocaliza?
tion or voice training, drawing and
painting, simply by paying their board
which includes fuel, lights and washing,
Sl?? for full session of about nine
months, and a matriculation lee of ?5.
Vocal class music, calisthenics, lectures
on physiology and hygiene and medical
attendance gratis. It is unnecessary to
state by whom the oiler is made. To
insure a prompt answer to an applica?
tion, evidence must be given that the
party, if acceptcd.will attend. Stamped
envelope with full address should be en?
closed. Those wishing to become teach?
ers will be preferred, and all such will
\ be assisted in obtaining situations so
soon as litted for the work.
WM. R. Vauguan, A. M. M. D.,
or CArr. J. L. Snead.
To tno Jlorclmnts of Accomac and
I have been somewhat delayed in vis?
iting the trade in Accomac aud North?
ampton this fall because of a large trade
in the south west and south side section
of Va. However, I am on my way aud
will reach the shore by the bth of Sept.
and push through as fast as possible.?
It is altogether unnecessary for me to
say one word in commendation of Sny
der, Harris, Bassett & Co., for their
reputation for a complete stock inmens^
youth's, boys, and childrens clothing,
aud for fair dealing and for low prices
for good goods is already established. We
manufacture all our goods, they are
made up in the latest and best of styles,
no shoddy or inferior work allowed in
our factory. Every merchant knows
how mush easier it is to sell good goods
well made up than it is too sell shoddy
stuff badly marie up. 1 only ask of the
trade of the two counties, be pre?
pared to look at my line of samples and
examine and compare my prices before
buying for I have special and rare in?
ducements to offer.
J. B. Savage.
Organization of I.oilgrc of Ancient
Order of United Workmen.
A Lodge of Ancient Order of United
Workmen was organized at Accomac C.
H. ,last Monday.lt is the first or the order
in the State and was christened "Fidel?
ity Lodge." The following officers were
John W. Edmonds, P. M. W.,
W. D. TunneU, M. W.,
Benjamin T. Melson, Foreman,
Samuel J. Stevenson, Overt-eer,
James C. Rowles, Recorder,
William B. Wilkins, Receive!
John H. Wise, Treasurer,
James Dougherity. Guide,
William Russell, I. Guard,
Henry C. Lewis, 0. Watchman,
Thomas H. Kellam, E. R. Mason,
Fred Waddy, Trustees.
Important to Farmers.
Mr. Wm. T.IGarrett of Northampton,
brother of our fellow-townsman, George
W. Garrctt, had on exhibition last Mon?
day, (court day,) a potato digger which
he has recently had patented. He has
worked the plow very successfully for
several of our farmers, who speak of it
in the highest term. After working i,t
for Judge Gunter, he was so much
pleased that he bought a plow im?
mediately, and has it now in successful
operation. Mr. Duff Savage also pur?
chased a plow after seeing its practical
workings. The plow throws the pota?
toes to the top of the ground where they
can be easily assorted and does not, as
some people think, turns up the sub?
soil and thus injure the laud fur future
planting. Such enterprise as Mr. Gar
rett possesses deserves recognition, and
we believe it would be to the advantage
of our farmers to patronize him.
Transfers of real estate during the
month of August.
Wm. L. Scott and ux. to Jerome B.
Hall, of Pocomokc City, Md. Lot No.
612 in the town of Cape Charles for
Jerome B. Hall and ux. to Lloyd
Wilkinson. Lot No. 612 in town of
Cape Charles for ?250.
Wm. S. Laukford and wife to Jesse
Whitehead 13-} acres for S^OO.
Leonard W\ Hunt to Laura Seldon,
Norfolk, Va. Lot No. 603 in the town
of Cape Charles for $430.
Leonard C. Ticherne and als. and ux.
and als. to David C. Kellam 24 acres,
Treherne laud for ?250.
John Evans Nottingham and ux. to
Jas. R. Lumley 125 acres for $2,400.
Job Printing neatly executed.
Wanted to rent for 1 or more years a
small truck faim with a small comforta?
ble dwellinghouse thereon. Apply to
Judge G. T. Garrison or to the under?
signed. W. L. Elzey, Scafprd, Bel.
Coal:?I will furnish coal to parties
wishing to purchase at JudgeGarrison 's
wharf this season, of stone size at $5.40
per ton (2240 lbs.), of chesnut size at
$5.00. Jacob Okers,
To SniPPEits?Shippers of produce,
Ac, to the New York market, are here?
by notified that I am at my old place of
-business and am prepared to give my
daily and unremitting attention to all
consignments rnarte tome, with facili?
ties unsurpassed for securing for them
the highest market prices. Stencils
and invoice cards, furnished on applica?
tion. Returns made promptly. Remem?
ber all consiguments to me have my per?
sonal attention. Lee B. Kellani, Gom
mission Merchant, 187 Beade St., New
Notice of Adjir-All persons in?
debted to estate of Geo. K. Turner, de?
ceased, are respectfully requested to
come forward and settle without further
delay. Further indulgence cannot be
given. A. U. LeCato.
At Cost.?I am now selling at cost
my entire stock of goods and invite
purchasers who want bargains. Those
indebted are very urgently requested to
settle without delay. Will open a store
at Exradre soon and all mercantile mat
i matters of present firm must be adjust?
ed. Thestore house at Willis' Wharf
at present occupied by me is for rent.
Z. C. Willis.
Ex more, Va
Fon Sale.?Skiff, E. L. "Willis, 16
feet long and in good repair on liberal
terms. Can be seen at Willis' Wharf,
Northampton county. For terms ad?
dress or call on E. W. Thompson, or
Z.C. Willis, Exmore station, Va.
Fob Rent.?My storehouse, now oc?
cupied by myself, situated on Holdens'
Creek. As the oyster season now be?
gins, a profitable business can be carried
on. Possession will be given immedi?
ately. Will sell to the renter if desired,
my stock of liquors and a few groceries
at a discount, also transfer my license
to sell liquor. For terms apply to
John S. Gaskins,
Jenkins' Bridge P.O.
Wanted.?To hire at liberal wages a
woman who is willing to cook and to do
the housework for a family of three.
C. B. Lillislon, Accomac O H.
Lost.?Dark brown cutaway coat at
Fairgrounds on the last day of the fair.
The finder will please return to me at
Locustmount or at Enterprise ollice.
A letter to either place would reach, me
if not conveuient to return.
G. E. Phillips.
Wanted.?To buy peach kernels at
liberal prices. D. II. Johnson, Leemont.
For Sale?All my household furni?
ture, consisting of bedding, chairs, car?
pets, lounge, sewing machine, cooking
stove and utensils, glass and Chinaware,
most of these articles good as new. For
terms address Emily E. Lewis
Sykes' P.O., Accomac County Va.
For Sale or Rent?Dwelling house
and storeroom combined at CapeGharles
City, Va. Dwelling part consists of 9
rooms on second floor with dining-room
and kitchen on first floor, suitable for
keeping boarders; storeroom 20x30 feet.
For terms apply to
Pocomoke City, Md.
For Rent.?Storehouse 45x23?five
rooms furnished above for the accom?
modation of a family, at Oak Hall sta?
tion, on easy terms. Apply to
Dr. W. S. Horsey,
Notice.?lam the sole owner of Sam
Bell, (having purchased the interest)
and will stand him for service In the
lower part of the county mxt season.
W* B" Coxton.
For Sale?Sloop boat, 27 feet long,
ready to launch. B. .Fentress.
For "Rent-A good farm of 120 acres.
Produces potatoes early and abundant
This farm has been in the four field sys?
tem and clovered and will make 6 barrels
of corn to the acre all over it. Good
buildings and convenient to railroad and
steamboat Apply to
Spencer D. Fletcher.
Jenkins' Bridge, Accomac couuty, Va
For Sale.?A Jersey bull calf 15-16
bred. Price ?12. O. A. Browne
Accomao C. H., Va.
For Rent?I offer for rent for one
or a term of years, two farms near New
1. -A two-horse farm with new build?
ings thereon, having 11 well finished
rooms, one mile from New Church sta?
tion; said farm has ample resources upon
it. and is well adapted to trucks which
mature earlier than on most farms in
some localities. An average yield of
corn on premises is about 200 barrel per
2. -A one-horse farm li miles of New
Church station, having upon it ample
resources and easily improved. The
buildings are in goon repair.
John O. Selby, Oak Hall, Va.
Cheap Goods.? We are determin?
ed to sell out our stock of mei chandise
at city cost, giving you the freight in.?
If you want to save money, now is your
time. We mean business. Try us.?
We take this method to notify all who
owe us, to come and settle the same at
their earliest convenience, we must
close our books.
Mapp & Nottingham.
For Sale?Thirty southdown ewes
and a horse 7 years old, kind in all har?
ness. Sydney S. White
" Wardtown, Va.
NoncE?All persons desiring to bid
for the carpenter's work of the M. P.
church, to be erected at the village of
New Church, Accomac County, Va., can
see plan and specifications, at Mr. Geo.
Covington's, New Church. Proposals to
be sent to. Kev. W.H. Stone.
For Rent.?Hotel property at Horn
town, Accomac. county. Va. It is in
gook repair, well arranged and has a fair
patronage. Terms modciate. Forf.ith
er particulars.addrtss Wm. Holland,
Fcr Rent?For one or more years,
the farm in Bell's Neck, whereon Neal
Chandler now lives. It is a three horse
fartu. For terms&c.,A. G. Ashby.
Locust viile Va.
Notice?For rent for the year 1S86,
my storehouse at Jenkins' Bridge, now
occupied by Harry T. White; also a one
horse farm conveuient to the stcre, for
terms address Sallie D. Fletcher
Jeukins' Bridge, Accomac county, Va
For Sale?A fine line of ready made
clothihgsnitable for men youths or boys,
which owing to the late season I offer to
the public at reduced rates.
D. II. Johnson.
J. H. Preston, J. H. Proston, W. L. Preston.
And Wholesale Dealers in
Potatoes, Strawberries, Cabbage,
Irish and sweet potatoes specialties.
Xos. 11 and 13 Dyer Street,
Providence, R. B.
Consignments solicited and prompt?
ly attended to.
G. W. Spencer. H. T. White.
W. H. HATTON, with
SPENCER & WH9TE,
Berries, Peaches, Peas, Poultry,
Giime, Calves, Sheep, Lambs, &c,
And AU K:ncb of Farm Produce in Season.
97 BARCLAY STREET,
Bank, New Jork; T. W. H. WJiite,
Fruitland, Md.; E. E. Jackson & Co.,
Lumberman, Salistoiry & Baltimore,
Md., Suffolk, Va., Washington, I). V.
W. H. PARKER,
EGGS. POULTRY. GREEN AND DRIED
FRUITS. POTATOES, &C, &C.
97 Park Place,
E^Sweet potatoes a specialty.
REOPENED FOR THE RECEP?
TION OF VISITORS.
Splendid bathing, fishing and
snipe shooting. Passengers for
Cobb's Island will take the New
York, Philadelphia and Norfolk
Railroad for Oheriton Station,where
they will be met by the Cobb's
Island hacks and conveyed to sea
side landing. Only the train due
3:15 p. m. met. Terms: Per day,
$2; per week, $12; per month, $40.
J. T. SPADY, prop'r,
Bay View Postoffice, Cobb's Island
Ocean City, Md.
Will continue under our management
during the coming season, and the
House is now open for the reception of
guests. Ocean City is so well and fa?
vorably known as a Seaside Resort, that
we deem it unnecessary to say anything
of its location and advantages, having
been visited in the past ten years by
thousands of health and pleasure seek?
ers annually, .ill of whom are loud in its
praises. From this immense throng
THE SEASIDE HOTEL
lias received a liberal share of patronage.
Notwithstanding the well-.^nownfact of
the Atlantic seacoast resorts being poor?
ly patronized last summer. TH E SEA?
SIDE was comfortably rilled during the
season, and we have yet to hear of a sin?
gle complaint of want of attention, poor
fare or bad accommodations; We hope
to renew the acquintance of last year's
patrons, and welcome many new guests
this season, and will use our test en?
deavors to make it pleasant for all.
Board per day, $2; per week $10 to $12.
A. Frank Paksons,
R. L. Nicols,
To The Traveling Public!
Your Patronage Solicited and
We Seud Out Nothing But First
Our Rates as Low as the
! Try TJs aud Be Conviuced.
(Office at store of L. H. Ames & Son.)
G. W. McCONNELL,
Goods at Cost!
We have determined to sell our
Merchandise, (Groceries, Drugs,
aud a few staple articles excepted,)
At Cost for Cash or
If you wish to save money now
is your time, we mean business.
Try us. All who owe us will please
come forward and settle at their
earliest convenience. We must
close our books.
C. W. OLDHAM & CO.
TEMPERANCE V1LLE, VA.
JOHN H. NEWTON,
General Fruit and Produce
204 Duane St., & 7 Erie Building?,
Consignments receive our best
attention, highest market price,
with prompt returns at time of sale,
the financial standing of the house
affording absolute security.
Stencils and postals furnished
free on application.
References?Mariue Bank. Nor?
folk, Va.; Irving National Bank, N.
Y.; Judge L. R. Watts, E. A. Hat |
tou, Cashier Bank, Portsmouth,Va. |
J. L. Dalby, J. T. Nottingham,
Northampton Co. Va.; Dr. John E.
Mapp, B. W. Mears, Accomac Co,
m york, hula a ior
folk s. r. Cl),
Quickest and Only Daily line between
Boston, New York, Phila., Norfolk,
and Old Point Comfort.
8 04 10 12
Mixed-Old r't-N. 7-Mall
StatlOQS _ Elp -Exp.. _ 1
Leave. A.M."p. M. " p.M..p. M~
Capo Ctiarlos-. 4 35- 12 25. 9 0S..
Chorlton. 4 50- ?12 34. ?915.
EostvUle. 6 U7- 112 43.. 19 25
Machlpongo. 5 21..
Bird's Nest. 6*4.. fl2 68.. :9 42?
Upsuur. 5 67.
Exmore. 614.. fl 13.. ?58
Mappsburg.?. C 31
Kollor. 6 42.. 11 27-O0 15.
Molftt. 6 50
Ouly. 7 01
Tasloy. 7 13- n 44..n0 32
Bloxom. 7 62
HallwooU. 8 07.
Oak Hall. 823,
NewCliuroh. B 38,
Pocomoke. 9 07,
7 36.. n 56.n0 45..
12 27_fll 20..
2 42- 11 35.
Costen.?. f917_ ?2 47-*ll 45..
King's Creek. 10 00- 0 00.11153. 810
PrlucessAnne. 10 15.. 3 00. 11 58. 818
Lnretto._. 10 28- ?313. ?12 03.. f8 25.
Edon. 10 41- ?SlO.'r.'ll- f8 31
Frultlund.?. 10 56- 3 26.*1217? 18 37
Sullsbury. 1145- 3 35.12 25. 8 46
Willlams.?1150- ?3 41.*1230- 8 54
nelmar. 12 20- 8 45-12 36- 9 00
Arrlve. P.M- P. M-A. M- P. M?
3 41 89 1
_ Nor- - Old .. pass- Kail
.. folk ..Point.. .. and
- Exp -Exp ._ -Mlx'd
.. A.M _P, M..P.M- P. K
? 2 40. 12 20- 3 45. 12 20
_ *2 47_?12 25..?4 0l-*12 42
_ 2 55- 12 32- 4 10- 1 36
- ?3 03. ?1237-f4 19- 159
? ?3 10. ?12 43-14 25- 2 18
- *3 lSu .12 48-14 31- 2 35
i? 3 24- 12 54. 4 48- 2 55
"_ 13 3ft. Q2 59- 4 45- 3 30 [
_ ?3 44- *110
_ 13 50- \ 15
_ 14 05- XI 27
f4 22- fl42_
_ f4 42. n 56.
. 14 56. (2 06.
_ f5 13. 1319
.. K 44. I. 46.
. f6 00. f2 59
.?6 10- *3 07_
. 6 20. 315.
-A. II. P. M? P. M.. P. M
Leave. A. M.
Crlnfl>ld. 6 20.
nopowell. K 39
Marlon._. 6 58.
Kingston._ t7 18..
"I" stops for passengers ou signal to conductor,
doe* not stop for poasougors.
Trains Nos. 9 and 10 will run dally; all other
trains dally except Sundays.
H. W. Dunne, Sup't,
Princess Anue, Md
R. B. Cooke, Gen'l Freight and Passen?
ger Agent, Norfolk, Va
Phila., Wilmington % Bal?
On and after August 3rd, 1885 (Sundays ex?
cepted), trains will leave as follows:
PASS. PASS. PASS PASS.
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
Delmar.?.?, _ .. - 9 05?,4 lo
Laurel. _ - -917....4 23
Soaford. ... 7 25- 9 30-,..4 37
Cannons. ? .. ? 9 35....4 43
Brldgovllle. - - 7 35.. 9 44....4 51
Greenwood. _ - 7 43. 9 64....5 Oo
Farmlngton-. - - 7 51-10 03....5 09
Harrington. _ 6 40. 7 59.10 18....5 20
Felton.?. 6 50. 8 08..10 29....6 32
Viola. 6 54- ? -10 34... .6 37
Woodslde. - 6 59- -10 40... .6 41
Wyomlug. - 7 06.. 8 19.10 47....5 47
Dovor-. . 7 13- 8 25-10 50....5 54
Dupont........ - 7 16.
Moorton-.-. 7 22- -11 04....6 03
Brenford.- - 7 27- -1110.6 08
Smyrna.-._.. _ 7 23- 8 33.11 07.....6 03
Clayton.?.. - 7 33.. 8 43..1J 17.6 13
Groon Spring.7.38- ..126.96.36.199
Blackbird. 7.46. -188.8.131.52
Mlddletown. _ 8.00, 9.04..1L45.-6.38
Armstrong.8.05- .. _6.42
5It.Plcas.iut_. - 8-08- -11.54_6.47
Klrkwood. _ 8.17.. -12.04_6.50
Portor's.-.- 8.23- -13.09_7.01
Bear.-._ - 8.28- -12.14?7.07
State Road. _ 8.33. ?12.17....7.12
New Castlu. 8.39... 9.31..12.24...-7.19
Hare's Cornor. - 8.45... - ....
PASS PASS PAHS PASS
P.M. P. M. A.M. A.M
Philadelphia. 5 21... 3 01.1135... 7 32
Baltimore. 4 50...1210. 9 40... 6 40
Wilmington. 6 25... 3 60.12 85... 8 35
Hare's Cornor. - 6 33...
Now Castle. 6 39... 4 02.12 49... 8 49
State noad. _ 6 45... .12 55._ 8 55
Boar.? .. 6 60... - 1 00... 9 00
Porters.-. 6 55... - 1 05... 9 00
Klrkwood.?. 1 7 06... - 1 09... 9 10
Mt. Ploasant-.716... _ 118... 9 27
Armstrong. _ 7 18... - ... 9 31
Mlddletown. 7 25... 4 30. 1 27... 9 36
Towuseud. - 7 35... _ 1 36... 9 45
Blackbird. 7 40... - 1 41... 9 50
Groon spring. 7 47? _ 1 47... 9 56
Clayton. 7 53... 4 49- 1 53...10 03
Smyrna. _ 7 43... 4 40- 1 44... 9 50
Brenford. 7 58... _ 1 58... 10 07
Moorton. 8 04... - 2 03...10 12
Dupont...?. - 8 07...
Dovor. 8 15... 5 05. 2 14...10 22
Wyoming. 8 21... 615. 2 21 ...10 29
Woodslde_. 8 28... . 2 27...10 34
Viola. 8 32... . 2 31...10 44
Fol ton. 8 37... 5 27. 2 36...10 49
Harrington. 8 *6... 5 42. 3 48....11 02
Farmlngton.; ... 3 50. 2 65...11 09
Groenwood. . ... 6 00. 3 02...11 18
Brldgevlllo. . ... 6 10. 3 10...11 28
Cannons. . ... 6 15. 3 14...11 32
Seaford. - ... 6 20. 3 23...11 43
Laurel.- - ... - 3 35...11 54
Delmar. - ... - 3 45...12 05
Now York, Philadelphia & Norfolk Ballroad ex.
press. -Leave Philadelphia 8.56 a. m., week-days
and 11.10 p. m., dally. Leave Baltimore 6.35 a. m.
7.35 p. m., Wilmington 9.40 a. m., week days,and
11.56 p. ra., dally, stopping at Dover and Delmar
rogulariyjatd at Mlddletowr,CIayton,Harrington
and Soaford to leave passengers from Wilmington
and points North or take on passengers for Doi
The 860 a. m. train also stops at Laurel, and
the 1110 p. m. train at New Castle, to leave pas?
sengers from Wilmington and points North, or
take passengers for points south of Delmar.
North-bound?Trains leave Delmar 12.40 a. is.
and 3.60 p. m., week-days, Dover 1.56 a, m., and
6.10 p. m., arriving Wilmington 3.10 a.m. and 6.25
p. ra., Baltimore 6.45 a. ra. and 8.65 p. ra., and
Philadelphia 4.00 a. m. and 7.10 p. m. The 3 50
p. m. train also stops a: Harrington, Smyrna,
Clayton, and Towusend, and at Laurel, Seaford,
and Mlddletown to loavo passengers from
points south of Delmar, or take passengers for
Wilmington and points North.
1 The 12 40 a. m. train Btoi,s at Seaford, Harring?
ton, Clayton, aud Mlddlotowa to leave passen?
gers from points south of Delmar, or take on
passengers for Wilmington and points North.
New Castlo accommodation Trains?Leavo Wil?
mington at 6 15 a. m. and 2 50 p. m. Leave Now
Castle at 11 10 a.m. and 3 35 p. m.
Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Br. Trains.?
Loavo Harrington for Rohoboth 11.24 a. m., 2.48
and 5.45 p. m.: for Franklin and way stations
11.24 a. m., 3.48 p. m. Returning, trains leave Re
hobolh for Harrington 6 15, 810a. m. and 3 00 p.m
additional from Lowes 11,00 a. in.; leave Franklin
600and7 30a. m,
Connection?At Porter, with Newark k Dola
ware City Railroad. At Townsend. with Queen
Anne's Kent Ballroad. At Clayton, with Dela?
ware s Chesapeake Railroad aud BalUmore and
Delaware Bay Ballroad. At Harrington, with
Delaware, Maryland k VlrglnU Ballt oad. At
seaford, with Cambridge k seaford Railroad At
Delmar, with NeWjYork, Philadelphia, k Norfolk,
Wlcomico&Focomoke.and Peninsula Railroads.
CHAS- E. POGH, General Manager.
J. R. Wood, General passonger Agent.
We have on hand Northern Ice,
of best quality. Consumers fur?
nished at low rates in quantities to
suit. House open for delivery from
16 to S a. m., only.
Hopkins & Bro.,
Frank P. Brent.,Principal;
W. C. Marshall, Associate Principal^
James F. Gunter, Assistant.
Miss M. A. Moore, Teacher of Mu?
The ninth session begins Septem?
ber 14th, and ends the third
Wednesday in Jone. The course
ot study includes all the English
branches, Latin, Greek, German,
French, Mathematics, Natural Sei
euce, Instrumental and Vocal mu?
sic, Drawing, Painting, and Calis?
thenics. The school prepares for
College and University, or for en?
trance on business, and is highly
recommended by Professors of the
(University of Virginia and Johns
I Hopkins University. Terms liberal.
! For catalogues giving full iuforma
tiou, apply to
at haxl-wood station,
Etiilton Marshall, prop'r.
Board by day, week or month at
fair rates f.. ? .
Bar supplied with choice wines, li?
quors and cigars.
Horse and carriage for hire at
$2.50 per day.
The undersigned respectfully in?
forms the public that he has rented
TEMP ER ANCEVI LLE
and hopes by close attention to bus?
iness to meet the liberal patronage
it has received in the past. The
last 4 days ot each week have been
set apart by me for grinding corn
A HOMINY MILL
(to prepare hominy for table use)
has recently been added. Thanks
for past patronage aud future fa?
vors solicited. J. H. JONES,
Take notice that on the 7th day
of October, 1885, I shall apply to
the Circuit Court of Accomack
county, Virginia, for an order di?
recting that the funds uuder the
control of the court belonging to
Mabel Adair, Edwin Adair and
John Adair, iufant children of Ed
win L. Adair, deceased, said funds
being the proceeds of their real and
persoual estate, be transferred to
me as their foreign guardian, with
authority to me to remove the
same out of the State of Virginia
and to the State'of Delaware In
which latter State the said infants
reside, and to place under my con?
trol and management all bonds,
notes, aud other evidences of debt
belonging to said infants.
John J. Dougherty, Guardian,
By Geo. T. Gabbison, his Atty.
Accomac county, Va.
^"Respectfully calls the atten?
tion of the farmers ot the Eastern
Shores of Maryland and Virginia
to the different grades of
manufactured by him and offered
for sale at following reasonable
rates at his factory or delivered at
Wisharts' Poiut, Va.
Messrs. Miles &'Shields, agente,
at Atlantic will furnish either of
the grades, also to purchasers at
prices above, with cost of hauling
For further particulars call or
JOHN W. BUNTING,
Accomac county, Va.
Wholesale and Retail
FANCY CAKE BAKER,
139 Hanover St.,
(near Barre) BALTIMORE.
Families, Steamers, Hotels, Excursions
and Picnics supplied with unadulterated
at 31.00 per gallon, in quantit.es ot five
gallons and upward, only.
S3TA liberal discount allowed to church
festivals and societies. All orders filled
at shortest notice.