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:COMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA.:
ft TURD AY. December. 5, 1SS5
t i ? < I I I < ? i I I I
j A cross-marK on your paper, oefore
[your name, made with pen and ink.
[indicates that your sutiscription has
;_pired. or is due. and you are re?
spectfully solicited to remit or re?
r. R. V. Nottingham of Eastville,
riously ill with typhoid fever.
postoftice has been established at
station, with Geo. W. McMath as ,
(ir representatives were promptly
and to answer to roll call at the |
ing of the Legislature on Wednes
1v. W. A. Street is home from the
ciation lately held in the city of
mond, and will fill his regular ap
ffine assortment of Xmas and New
cards have been received and are
Idechran. at drug store of Black
'& Bell. Accomac C. II.
Thomas W. Jarvis. formerly of |
Imac.and Miss Alice L.Caieof Cal
,ia. were married at the home ^f Lhe
on the ISth of November last.
nable personal property will be sold
li lic auction by Mr. John J. Hop
on his premises at Mt. Custis,
I Tuesday. See advertisement.
je steamer Cape Charles has been
|i off the line for repairs, ami the]
Jner Eastern Shore now plies be
jn X01 folk and (Jape Charles City.
'. W. C. Vaden has returned from
srence and will preach at Onan- j
|, to-moi-row, (Dec. 6th.) and at An- j
i's' chapel in afternoon of same day.
ie Baptist church at Cashville will
will be present and preach the dedicate- ]
A turnip raised on the farm of Mr.
John A. Ames weighing9? pounds Is on
exhibition at store of West & Willis. I
Belle naven. Father Scott, can North-!
ampton beat this?
Dr. John T. B. Ilyslop has located at'
Belle Haven for the practice of his pro?
fession. A physician so well posted and
of such excellent habits cannot be long in
securing public favor.
Mr. J. Edward Johnson of Bradford's
Nt ck.this county says, that the potatoes
dug from 12 hills on his premises this
year, filled a barrel Lrt us hear from
you again Father Scott.
Capt. Wm. J. Marshall and son had a
narrow escape from drowningafew days
ago. On the way to Cape Charles their
canoe was capsized, and the father only
by expert swimming rescued himself and
Mr. Solomon T. Johnson, merchant of
Horntown, accidentally swadowedapin
on Tuesday, which has given him a good
deal of pain. It lodged in his throat and
Iiis physician had not been able to re?
move it by latest information received.
Capt.Elias Bell of Chesconnessix.after
an absence of 20 years visited our town a
few days ago. The gentleman is SS
years old, but looks younger than many
men of tixty. His health was never
bettei and judging from appearances,he
lias still a long lease on life.
- k. Chinn will be installed as
pasum aL^'^lcKenimie Presbyterian
church, DruiSniondtown, Sunday, Dec.
6thinst., by *tev. Dr. Armstrong of
Norfolk, and Re\. John G. Anderson of
WiUiamsborg. Asvrmon willbepreached
on that day by Dr. Armstrong.
The tongers from various sections of
Accomac, meet at Sykes' Ielai.d to-day,
to take steps to prevent aggressions upon
their oyster grounds, as proposed at the
meetings recently held at Hampton and
elsewhere in tide-wahr Virginia.
Why send to t he city for mill feed
or good teed lor your stock, when
you can have it delivered at the
station nearest you, at bottom pri?
ces, if you will send your order to
Mr. E. G. Dixon, Pocomoke City,
Mr. E. G. Dixon of Pocomoke
City, Md., respectfully informs the
citizens of Accomac and Northamp?
ton, that he is prepared to furnish
them at city prices, delivered at
stat ion nearest them first class
Hour, meal, chops, shorts, middling
or bran if they will favor him with
their orders. A trial order iu his
opinion will convince every one,
that such supplies as are needed in
his line, can de furnished by him
so satisfactorily as to secure then
permanent orders. 1
The county court is still in session,
and our new attorney for the Common
wealth, Mr. James II. Fletcher, is
daily winning laurels as a prosecutor.?
Several cases have been tried, with a
verdict for the Commonwealth at each
The Waddy hotel recently purchased
by Mr. Duffiield Savage, is soon to lie
thoroughly repaired. The proprietor
also, proposes to make his table and liar
more attractive, and thus merit st ill
greater favois of the public. Hacks
from the Waddy meet every train.
According to announcement the
Eh ctoral School Board met at Accomac
C. H., November Suth ult., and made
the following appointments, to fill va?
cancies which have occurred in the live
magisterial school districts, to wit:
Island, Dr. N. S. Smith and J. J. Jones
Dr.J. E.Broad water; Metompkin.A.W.
Short. S. 11. Nelson.viee Win. Long, re?
signed; Lee, Dr. John W. Kcllam; Pun
goteague, It. R. Hutchinson.
By order of the Electoral Board,
J. E. Mai-p, Clerk
t hincoltiiu ue.
j The schools here were closed Thanks?
Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter died Tues?
day. November 24th inst., aged 76years
The gun of Wm. Holston bursted
while he was out gunning recently, and
he was severely wounded.
New York yachts aie being loaded in
our channel with oyster culls and primes
?the latter at 70 cents per bushel.
Now is tin* time for sportsmen to vis?
it this placc.as ducks, brandt,geese and
wild fowl of all kinds are abundant.
Rev. Mr. Griinsley has returned from
the Association lately in session in Rich?
mond, and has moved Into the new Bap?
The dwelling of John Ewrtl, colored,
caught fire from stove. Friday night of
last week, and it ai.d furniture were en?
Mr. J. T. Kenny is having his store?
house remodeled, and when completed
it *ill be one of the handsomest struc
tu res of the kind on Chincoteague.
Cap's. Smith and Birch left last week
for Philadelphia, to bring the steam
yacht Fisher to Chincoieague. which is
to ply between this point and Franklin
Among the recent arrivals at Atlantic
hotel were as follows: Dr. Charles W.
Gumby. Frank Stevens and wife. Rich?
ard Trimble. W. J.Crawford. Philadel?
phia: J. C. Kellogg, J. 15. Irwin. R. C.
Laws. E. B. Gardner, New Yoik; E.B.
Melson, Bishopsville, Del.; R. J.Sater
field, Milfo.nl, Del.; W. II. Andrews,
Samuel Hecht, Baltimore; F. II. Ben?
son. Pocomoke City; Isaac Ulnian.
Salisbury; E. L- Crockett,Washington,
John E. W ise. A. T. Johnson,' George
Parramore, Accom*c C. H.; George II.
Bagwell, B. S. Rich,Onancock.
A postoffice has been established at
^is^a^^wi^^^R^ Nelson asjost
Mr. Asa T. Bunttick, seriously ill for
several weeks with typhoid fever, is
Mr. S. R. Nelson has just returned
from New York with a large supply of
remarkably cheap goods.
OlivitBros., commission merchants.
New York, have the praise in this com?
munity and deserve iL for returns made
for sweets dining the season. Their
shippers have paid no charge for cartage
since the railroad has been delivering
them iu that city.
The freight house, ticket office. &c,
at Bloxom'sstation, near this ulace, be?
longing to railroad company,was burned
Monday night. The building was not
an expensive one. We are uninformed
as to origin of fire._
Lettern From the People.
Mr, Editor.?The article on county
roads iu your issue of the 21st, is wor?
thy of the consideiation of all citizens,
and if you will continue to use your pa?
per for such good purposes, it will be re?
garded by the people with great favor,
though it has already a very large circu?
lation, and is justly appreciated.
No one can give this subject of county
roads a thought or make any calculation
on them, but are at once convinced of
the benefits to all, in economy, and in
greater facilities for the hauling and
driving, necessary to our business and
Horses, will be enabled to do much
moi e work than at present is required of
them, and easier; vehicles will lastlong
er, and more hauling can bedone/it less
expense; the savings in these items will
be much more than the cost of main?
taining good roads.
The only thing required to have this
work done at once, is the effort of our of?
ficials, either the county court or the
Board of Supeivisors, both have author?
ity within their reach,to inaugurate and
bestow a lasting benefit upon the people.
There is no good reason why it should
be put off five or ten years?it has got to
come and the quicker the better?some
of us may die and never see any improve?
ment, and we want it during our life
times?not after we are dead. To ac?
complish the lest results, the roads
should be let to contract, and jhe con?
tractors held to the mark of good roads
in every respect?smooth and dry?for
that is all there is in making and keep?
ing good roads.
The old system is a failure from top
to bottom, and it is-fjseless to look to
that source for any good.
The Board of Superyisors, you sa}-.
meet early in December, in the new
couri-hiiuse. that they have provided for
the lawyers and court officials, (they are
the ones that use this building con?
stantly and regularly, a few of the peo?
ple only, occasionally at each term of the
court;) let them now give us something
new "for the people, va new and efficient
system of makinj and maintaining the
county loads. Is there any good reason
why such beneficial work cannot bedonc
at once? "None!" A snivelling grand
daddy excuse may be giveu, that the
goixl eld way was good enough for the'
past, and outfit to do for the present
generation, or a lack, cither of will or
courage may prevent it, nothing else.
The roads if let to contract at once,
can be drained, the water will run off as
well at this season of the year as at any
other; and if kept dry, a big stride for?
ward will have been made.
Some persons may object to the ex?
pense of contracting for the roads, the
answer is, "we spend one dollar on the
road to save five or ten in wear, tear,
inconvenience and annoyance to men,
horses and vehicles"?men, horses and
vehicles cost money to hire, buy and to
maintain-everybody knows it, then why
should we be wasteful and exttavagent
with them. Is it not economy to repair
the roads? Is it not sensible to spend
one dollar to save five?
Not one dollar will be taken from the
county,it will be spent in our midst.and
everyone,man or woman,white or black,
rich or poor can have the benefit, and
use it daily for their purposes; how
much greater good will this be to all,
than the court-house? The roads ought
to have come first on the list of improve?
ments, but we will be satisfied and say
nothing moie about it if we can have
them now. Pro Bono Publico
November 24th, 1885.
A Tonjjcr*? ProteNt.
Mr: Editor?In your last issue you
publish from the Baltimore Sun an arti?
cle headed "Oyster beds of Virginia."
The writer evidently does not know the
facts. Any man who will go to the oys?
ter rocks in Pocomoke sound any fair
day will find hundreds of tongers at
work?and it is in fact the principal
place for tongers of the Eastern Shore,
and the sole means of support of many
hundreds of people. All the oyster rock*
in Pocomoke sound from aline from the J
south end of big Watts' island to the |
mouth of Chesconnessix creek and in?
cluding the mouth of Pocomoke and
Tangier rocks are longing rocks rang?
ing in depth from 10 to 24 feet, and are
scarce of oysters. Yet the dredgers
hcwl for them. The lines have been
laid down by Lieut. Bates and Capt.
George D. Wise, commencing at Sandy
Bar on the east, and little Watts' island
on the west, with an entrance by a chan?
nel 34 miles wide and 9 fathoms of wa?
ter. The General Assembly in 1SS3 set?
tled the point, giving the best rocks to J
the dredgers, until nowtonglnggrounds]
are barely sutlicient to make mere biead.
It has almost been impossible to keep I
the dredgers off the tonging grounds.?
Ask Capt. Brown to tell you what work j
he had when in command of the "Tan?
gier" to preserve these grounds- They
actually dredge when a vessel drawing
7 feet of water will ground at low tide?
and the rocks be barciT They dredge at
night and in the absence of the inspec?
tor, and the rights of tongers are entire?
ly disregarded. Give a dredger an i ich
and he will take ten miles. Tnev have
already eaten a 11 the pie in the oven and
now howl for the scraps in the plate.?
Something must be done for the pro?
tection of thetonger. and we call on you
to aid us. Our Legislators must be up
and doing, or there will be squalls. We
are gnawing the bone now, but we won't
be driven to it only. Tonger.
Accomac, Pec. 1st, 1SS5.
our oyster navy.
Mr. Editor?The people of Acco?
mac met with a severe loss at our late
county fair, by means few know. The
Board on the Chesapeake and its tribu?
taries built as you are aware an ocean
steamer for shoal water navigation. The
Governor and his speciat chum of the
Board, Mr. Barksdale. went to Norfolk
and boarded thisJLeviatban of the deep
and essayed with all the munitions to
cheer the inner man to reach this county
Off Tangier she "let gokillick," and
waited for a pilot to enter Pungoteagne
creek, no pilot came, and the ship feared
the attempt so wo lost a glimpse at Ma
hone's Gsveronr and his chum.
Dec. 3rd, 1885.
The Auditor's warrant for $9,79^.45,
the amount due the county of Accomac |
from the Giandstnff Act, has been re?
ceived and placed into the hands of the
county treasurer, preparatory to the
payment of teachers. This warrant is
the largest yft received, and has been
sent nearly a month sooner than usual;
I facts highly creditable to the Auditors,
showing that the school finances are in
! efiicient and friendly hands. The above
amount is apportioned among the dis?
tricts according to the new census, at
the rate of $1.05} per school population.
The State superintendent ap] ortioned
according to the old census at the rate of
Si 126-100 per capita. The school pop?
ulation of Accomac by the new census
is 9.2S5. The distribution is as follows:
This at the rate of 103$, gives to each
district as follows, less 2 per cent.?
Pungoteagne, Lee and Atlantic dis?
tricts show an increase of school popu?
lation over the last census, while Me?
tompkin and Islands show a decrease.
This explains why these two latter dis?
tricts receive less from the GrandstafT
Act this year than last. Teachers will
now be paid promptly as fast as salaries
fall due. Jas. C. Weaver
Supt. of Schools.
A < hild in Peril.
Mr. T. LNortham, of the Eastern
Shore Steamboat Company, reports the
nairow escape of a small child from
being carried off by an eagle. Wm.
Foster, who at one time worked on the
steamer Eastern Shore, but is now a
farmer, living near Taylor's whirf, at
the head of Hungar's Creek, Nort tamp?
ion county, Va.. is the fathtrof the
child, which is about a year old.?
About four o'clock Thursday afternoon
Mrs. Foster, the mother, wis'iing to
get some wood from the w.j<xl-yard,left
the child in the yard. The eagle came
swooping down, and would have caught
the child had not Captain Kichardson. a
resident of the place, who happened to
be near with a gun, shot the bird. The
shot disabled the eagle by breaking its
left wing. It was caught by four men
of the steamer Eastern Shore, and taken
onboard, put in a chicken coop and
brought to Baltimore. The eagle meas?
ured, from tip to tip of wings, seven
feet and four inches.?Baltimore Amer?
First round of Quarterly Meetings for
Eastern Shore District M. E.Church,
Wicoiubo, Ashbury, Dec. 5 and 6.
Atlantic, Pocomoke, " 12-13.
Accomac. Woodbury, " 10-20.
Berlin, Berlin, " 26-27.
Onancock, Onancock, Jan. 2 3
teague, u 9-1?.
Belle Haven. Belle
Haven, " 16-17."
town, " 23-24.
Cobbs Island and Cape
Charles Mission, " 25.
S. Dorchester, 0.Grove" 30-31.
Dorset Mission, Milton, Jan. 31, Feb.
Dorchester, Antioch, Feb. 6-7.
District Stewards will meet in Salis?
bury, Dec. 10th at 1 o'clock p. m.
Jos. H. Amiss, P. E.
Messrs. Lloyd, Drydeu & Blaine of
Pocomtke City, Md., have opened out
their large and select stock of Xmas
goods, and are anxious to make their
Virginia friends happy, who will favor
them with a call. In a circular issued
bv them, the variety and quantity of
goods enumerated suggests the idea that
Santa Claus has his headquarters with
them. The old, young,children, bache?
lors and maidens will find everything
there to gratify the taste of the most
fastidious, and so cheap as to startle the
buyer. Make some one happy, by send?
ing them a present.
Interesting exercises will be conduct?
ed under the auspices of the members of
the M.E.Churcb,South.Onancock at the
Town Hall during Cli list mas, in the in?
terest of that church. On Monday even?
ing. December 28th, a cantata will be
rendered in upper room, and oysters,
terrapin, Ac. served in lower room. On
Tuesday evening, December 20th, arau
sical and literary entertainment, read?
ings by Prof. Austin EL Merrill, &c.,
will be given in upper room, and a Pink
Tea Party afterwards entertain the au?
dience in the lower room.
The Industrial South and Enter?
prise will be furnished to subscribers at
Sl.T?a year, but at the low rates at
which they are offered, the cashmust al?
ways accompany the order for them. A
copy of the Industrial South can always
be seen at our office, and a sample copy
will be furnished on application. It is
no false praise to say of it that it is one
of the best papers published in the coun?
There will he a meeting of the farm?
ers of Accomac C. IL, December 16th,
18S5, at 1 j). m. The subject for dis?
cussion will be, "'What are the best crops
for the farmers to grow on the Eastern
Shore?" Come all and give yourviews.
Okhis A. Bkownr,
Chairman of the County Assembly.
MA Kit i KD.
Wiiite-Scott?At the Baptist Par?
sonage, Onancock Nov. 20th 1S85 by
Rev. J. W. Hundley, Otho J. White to
Miss Anna S. Scott.
Martin-Kidr>? At Pungoteague, on
the 25th day of November by Rev. John
McNabb, Edward B. Martin to Mrs.
Sullie A. Kidd.
Tankard-Hurt? At the residence
of the bride near Caperille, December
2nd, bv Rev. J. W. Stiff, George L.
Tankard to Miss Annie Hurt both of
jARVis-Novimber 28th 1835, near
Eastville of diphtheria, Wiiliam, son of
Samuel A. Jarvis, aged 10 years.
Kellajx?After a protracted and
painful illness, at her home near Cra(T
dockville, on the 30th day of November,
Mrs. Bdle Kell-un, wife of Edward O.
Fcr Rent?For one or more years,
the farm in Bell's Neck, whereon Neal
Chandler now lives. It is a three horse
farm. For terms&c,A. G. Ashbj.
For Sale.?A Jersey bull calf 15-16 j
bred. Prica ?12. O. A. Browne
Accomaj C. H., Va.
Notice?For rent for the year 1886.
my storehouse at Jenkins' Bridge, now'
occupied by Harry T. White; also a one
horse farm convenient to the stcre, For
terms address Salbe D. Fletcher
Jenkins' Bridge, Accomac county ,Va
Millinery.?Mrs. E. J. Savage, of
Belle Haven, by this mMhod, again in?
forms her patrons that she has gotten
in her fall niillinery g^nls, and is now
ready to wait upon and furnish them
with anything in her line upon moder?
For Sale?All my household furni?
ture, consisting of bedding, chairs, car
jiets, 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 Comity Va.
Purlic Auction-I will offer for sale
at public auction, on Wednesday, No?
vember 25th, on my premises near Fair
Oaks, the following personal property,
to wit: Corn, fodder, 2 horses, 1 colt,
farming implements, 70 potato frames
kitchen furniture, etc. Sale to confe
menee at 10 a. in. Terms made knowtj
on day of sale. Jno. E. Bradford 1
For Rent.--House and farm iu
Ilorutown. Va., owue.l byDr.Wm.J.
II. Waliop.s heirs,fo r terms, arjply to
Geo. D. Evans, or J. Douglas Wallojp,
For Sale?Thirty southdown ewe?
and a hor.<e 7 years old. kind in all har?
ness. S dneyS. WhltS"^ ??
Wardtpwn, Va. |f
Millinery.?Mrs. Sue Holt, Belle
Hny.en, has returned from Baltimore,
and. can now supply her customers with
any millinery goods they need according
to the latest style and at very satisfac?
tory, prices, bhe invites the patronage
of the public
All persons indebted to or having
charges against the estate of Hannibal
Fletcherr deceased, are hereby request?
ed to render an account of same at once
to Charles P. Finuey, Adinr.
Public Auction?The undersigned
with a view to a change in firm, will sell
at public auction, every evening in
Xnpas, (except Xmas day, and Sunday,)
his'stock of merchandise, excepting gro?
ceries. The publican' cordially invited,
and positively no reserve bid will be put
oa.anything offered for sale.
Thorogood B. Mason,
At and Below Cost?Miss Maggie.
White desires to inform her friends and
customers, that she is now closing out
her entire stock at and below cost
Beautiful velveteens almost every shade
at SO cents* per yard, silk velvets ?1.50
per yard, ribbons from 8 cents up, &c.
Come and see for yourselves. All who
are indebted are- respectfully requested
to come forward and settle.
Belle Haven. Nov. 30th, 1885
Another new supply of Children's
Cape Cloaks just received by Slocomb&
For Sale?Fine driving and farm
horse, 7} years old, and a first-class trot?
ting sulky. John E. Bradford
j . Near Kellar, Va.
Public Auction?I will sell at pub?
lic auction on mr premises, at Mt. Cus
tis, on next Tuesday, (December8th,)
I valuable personal property consisting in
?part of, 4 mules, cattle, carts, reaper. 2
batteaux, half interest in seine, potato
bed frames and glass, fanning utensils.
&c. Sale to commence at 10 a. in. The
terms made known on day of sale.
John J. Hopkins,
Accomac C. H., Va.
We have had a splendid run on Ladies'
Wraps this season, on account of the
immense stock we are carrying. We
have sold them all the way from Poco?
moke City to Eastville. Come to see us
if you want a cloak of any description.
Slocoinb& Ames, Onancock
For Sale?Two fine Alderney cow
calves at reasonable prices.
John E. Nock, Fair Oaks, Va.
We endeavor to plejise the ladies, that
is why we are selling the Slesinger Ten?
der Foot Hand-Made Shoe atSIocomb&
Ames,Onancock, the best yet. Try them
ladies, and be convinced
For Sale?Three fine hoises. one 3
years old, the other two. each, 8 years
old. All of them are good farm and road
horses. Archie Campbell,
For sale-Sevei al pairs of pure bronze
turkeys. 13. T. Gunter.
The hitcst style of millinery goods can
be found at Miss Lou Johnson's, Lee
unont, Va., at the lowest prices. Hals
i'of the newest shape and of style and at
price to suit everyone can be purchased
of her. some as low as 15 cents. She re?
spect! ally invites her friends to call and
The undersigned, in tho interest
of the VALLEY MUTUAL LIFE
a;id VIRGINIA FIRE AND MA
'i-HNS"" Insurance Companies, will
make frequent visits to Accomack
and will be glad to have the patron?
age of those desiring their risks
carried by good companies. All
communications promptly attended
G. (j. SAVAGE Agent,
Eastville, or Shady Side, North?
ampton county, Va.
G, Welly Qmr?,
Carpenter and Builder,
Accomac C. H., Va.,
Dwellings, StSrehouses, Churches,
built by the day or contract, accord?
ing to the latest styles and improve?
ments in architecture.
Plans and Specifications Furnished
at reasonable rates.
References?Mr. George W. Kel?
ly, Onancock; Messrs. Jno. J. Black
stone and James H.Parramore, Ac?
comac c. H., va., and other numer?
Agent of Patented Ready Roof
ing, warranted not to leak. Sold
at one-half the cost of shingles.
E. A. Brown, H. Greenburg
E. A. Brown & Co.,
-Wholesale Dealers in
Fruits, Berries, S,weet Potatoes, &e.
Sweet potatoes a specialty.
183 READE STREET,
Reference?Irving National Bank
JOIN f. &ILLESPIE
C^Respectfully informs the pub?
lic that he is prepared to furnish
board by the day, week or mouth
on reasonable terra?.
We are WHOLESALE AGENTS
for a NEW YORK MANUFAC?
we guarantee them full size, (24x24.)
and good quality, aud will guaran?
tee N?w York prices. All orders
accompanied with cash or city ref
ence promptly filled. Your orders
W. C. Lindsay & Co.,
COR. KING & WATER STS.,
VIRGINIA: In the Circuit, Court
lor the county of Accomack, in va?
cation, November 9th, 1885, James H.
Shreaves, Wrn. J, Shreaves, Edward
Merritt Shreaves and Margaret Susan
Shreaves. the last three of whom are in?
fants under 21 years of age, who sue by
the said James H. Shreaves, their next
ArinthiaScott, Wm. Urnry, Harrison
Lewis and Mary, his wife, Robert "W. S.
Lankford. Robert S.Taylor and Virnet
ta. his wife, Samuel T. Lankford and
Mary Elizabeth, his wile.Defendants
The object of this suit is to sell for
partition, certain real estate, situated
near Guilford, Accomack county, Va.,
divised by the will of Margaret Lank
ford, deceased. Alii lavit having been
made before the clerk of the said court
that Robert W. Lankford, oneof the de?
fendants in the above entitled cause is a
non-resident of this State, on the mo?
tion of the plaintiffs by their attorney,
it is ordered that said Robert W. S.
Lankford do apoear here within one
month after due publication of this or?
der and do what is necessary to protect
his hiterests;and that this order be pub?
lished once a week for four successive
weeks in the Pexinsula Enterprise
House, Accomack county, Virginia, and
also posted at the front door of the court
house of the said county,oa the h'rst day
of the next term of the countv court of
the said county
Test. M. 0 LDH AM* JR., C. C.
Test.. M.'OLDHAM, JR.,C. C.
L. Floyd Nock, p. q.
Virginia: In the'Circuit Court
for the county of Accomack, in
vacation, December 2d, 1885.
John J. Gunter, Trustee.
John W. Llyslop, Administrator
of Smith Hyslop, deceased, Annie
Kellam, Smith G. Walter. Sidie
J. Walter, Georgie S. Walter, Ed
die A. Walter, Jackie Walter,
Ward K. llyslop, Jennie Ay res,
George. Starkie, Borne llyslop,
Sarai) Tawes, Leonard Tawes aud
in chancery. i
The object of this suit is to bring
into court the amount in the bauds
of John J. Gunter, Trustee, from
the sale of the lands of Smith lly?
slop, alter paying the costs of exe?
cuting the trust and tiie debt se?
cured by the deed, to be adminis?
tered under its direction.
Affidavit having been made be?
fore the clerk of the said court that
Leonard Tawes, Sarah Tawes and
John Tawes, three >f the defen?
dants in the above entitled cau.se
are non-residents of the State of
Virginia, on the motion of the
plaintiff, by his attorneys, it is or?
dered that they, the said non-resi?
dent defendants, du appear here
within one month after due publi?
cation of this order and do what is
necessary to protect their interests;
and that this order be published
once a week for four successive
weeks in the"Pen'usuIa Enterprise''
a newspaper published at Acco ?
mack Court House, Accomack
county, Virginia, and also posted
at the front door of the Court
House of said county on the first
day of the next term of the County
Court of the said county.
Teste. M. OLD HAM, JR., C. 0.
Teste. M. OLD HAM, JR., D.C.
Gunter & Blackstone, p. q. ' '
TTiRGiNlA: In the Circuit Court,
' for the county of Accomack, in
vacation. December 3d, 1885.
Ellen Andrews, who sues by Wil?
liam Parkes (of B.), her next (fiend.
The object of this suit is to ob
tain alimony from t he defendant.
Affidavit having been made be?
fore the clerk of the said court that
the defendant is not a resident of
this State, on the motion of the
plaintiff, by her attorney, it is or?
dered r.hat said defendant do ap?
pear here within one month after
due publication of this order and
do what is necessary to protect his
interests; and that this order be
published once a week for four suc?
cessive weeks in the -Peninsula
Enterprise,'' a newspaper publish?
ed at Accomack Court House, Ac
com nek county, Virginia aud also
posted at the front door of the
court house of the said county on
the first day of the next term of
the County Court of the said coun
Test. M. OLDHAM, JR., C. C
Test. M. OLDHAM, JR., C. 0.
James IT. Fletcher, Jr., p. q.
Virginia: In the Circuit Court
' for the county of Accomack, De?
cember 4th. 18S5.
' Henry Irving.Plaintiff.
Ella V. Irving.Defendant.
The object of this suit is to ob?
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimoui
from the defendant.
Affidavit having been made be?
fore the clerk of the said court that
' the defendant is a non resident of
the State of Virginia, on the mo?
tion of tbe plaintiff, by his attorney,
it is ordered that the said defen
dant do appear here within one
month after due publication of this
order aud do what is necessary to
protect her interests; and that this
order be published once a week for
four successive weeks iu the "Pen?
insula Enterprise," a newspaper
published at Accomack Court
House, Accomack county, Virgin
ia and also posted at the front
door of the court house of the said
county on I he first day-of the uext
term of the County Court of the
Test, M. OLDHAM, JR., C. C.
Test. M. OLDHAM, JR., C. C.
Geo. T. Garrison, p. q.
Silverthorn & Co.,
- ^Commission MercfrantSj
303 S. Front and
302 S. Water Sts.
ri 13.. 19 53_
fl 44..O0 32..
fl 56..f 1J 4j..
I Quickest and Only Daily line between
Boston, New York. Phila., Norfolk,
and Old Point Comfort.
I 94 10, 12
Mlxo4_Old P't- N. T- Mall.
StuUoos - Exp ..Exp i
Leave. A.M..7p. M.." P.M~..P. M~_
Capo Chimes. 4 35.. 12 26.. 9 05.
Clierlti.D. 4 so,, ?M a*.. *91?,
Eiatville. 6 07.. 112 43- 19 25
Bird's Nest. 6 44- ill 53.. f9 42..
Upshur. 5 57_
Enoore. 6 14_
Mappsburg. 6 31..
Keller. 8 42.. f 1 27-flO IS
Tasloy. 7 13.
ParksUy._ ... 7 3G.
Ulnxom. 7 52
Hall wood. 8 07..
New Church. 138.. 12 27..H1 20..
Pocomoke. 9 07.. 2 42.. 11 35..
Osten. 1917.. *2 47-?1145_
King's Creek.? 10 00.. K 00-f 11 53.. 810..
Princess An no. 1015. 3 UC. 11 88.. 8 18..
Loretto. 10 28- ?3 13.M2 05.. f8 25..
Eilen. 10 41. ?319.M211. f8 31?
Fruttland. 10 56_ 3 26. ?1217. 18 37..
Salisbury. 11 45.. 3 35- 12 25- 8 40..
Williams.?1150.. *3 41.?1230? 8 S4?
Dolmur. 12 20_ 3 45.. 12 35- 9 00..
Arrive. P.M. p. M..A. M? P. M.
9 41 89
. Nor-.. Old .. Pass. Xa.ll
.folk -Point. ?and
. Exp ..Exp - -Mls'd
. A.M -p. M ?p.M.. P. K
. 2 40.. 12 20- 8 45- 12 20
. ?2 47..*12 25_*4 81..?12 42
. 2 85- 12 32. 4 10.. 1 35
. ?3 03.'12 37-f4 19- 150
, -3 10- ?12 43- 14 25- 2 18
. ?3 10.. .12 48-14 31.. 2 35
. 3 24- 12 54. 4 48. 3 56
13 30.. 112 59. 4 45. 8 SO
- "8 44_ ?1 10.
_-f3 50. 115.
-.14 05. fl 27
? 14 22- 11 42?
1 14 42." n sol
. 14 56- 12 00
.. t5 44.. f2 46
? ffl 00- f2 69..
??610- ?3 07..
_ 6 20- 3 16.
-A. M- P. M? P.M
.. 13 50
.. 6 13
- 6 02
. 6 30
. 7 17
. 7 30
. p. m
"t" stops for passengers on signal te conductor.
"*" doen not stop for passongers.
Trains Nos. 9 and 10 will run dally; all ether
trains dally except Sundays.
H. W. Dunne, Sup't,
Princess Anne, Md
ft. B. Cooke. Gen'l Freight and Passen?
ger Agent, Norfolk. Va
Phila., Wilmington 8 Bal?
On and after October 29th, 1335 (Sunday* ex?
cepted), trains will leave as tollowB-.
PASS. PASS. PASS PASS.
, 5?. P. If. P. K.
. 9 05.....2 20
.. 9 16 ....2 32
-j? 08.2 45
'. 9 33..',.2 51
_ 9 41....3 58
T 59..10 18..../27T
8 08-10 29....3 38
-10 34... .142
..10 40... .3 46
8 19-10 46,.. .3 52
8 25-10 60.3 59
Ki rk wood.
?11 04_4 08
8 33-11 07.4 07
8 43-11 17.419
... 8.55... 9.42..12.4P.S.50
...12.40...12.35- 3.15.8 35
... 9.42...10.32- 220.127.116.11
PASS PASS PASS PASS
P.M P. X. A.M. A.M
_ 5 21... 3 01-1135... 7 32
_ 4 50...12 10.. 9 40... 6 41)
.. 6 2.r>... 3 50-12 35... 8 35
.. 6 33...
.. 6 39... 4 02-12 49... 8 49
?12 55... 8 55
. 1 00... 9 00
.. 1 05... 9 OS
_ 1 09... 9 10
_ 1 18... 9 27
... 9 31
, 7 18...
7 25... 4 30.. 1 27.... 9 36
_ 7 35...
- 7 40..
? 7 47
.. 7 53..
.. 1 36... 9 45
. 141... 9 50
? 147... 9 56
4 49.. 1 52...10 03
.. 7 43... 4 40.. 1 44?_ 9 50
. 7 58. 1 58...10 07
2 03...10 12
_ 8 04...
.. 8 07...
_ 8 21...
_ 8 28...
? 8 32...
.. 8 37...
_ 8 45...
? U 53...
. 9 02...
- 9 13...
. 9 28 ..
i? woek iit- s, and
Jever and' >olrnar,[
nytou.H.af tngton )
i from wit dniton
5 03. 2 12.?10 22 |
5 17- 219...10 !
_ 2 25...10 34
_ 2 29...1? 44
. 2 34?10 49
. 2 48....11 06
.. 2 65...11 13
. 3 02...U 22
_ 3 17 ...11 31
? 3 31...11 35
_ 3 31 ...11 45
? 3 43...11 57
? 4 00...12 08
New York, Philadelphiafc Norfolk Railroad Ex?
press. -Leave rhl.adelphla8.56 a. m., week-days i
and 11.10 p. Bkj dally. Leave Baltimore 6.35a. m.
7,35 p. ;n., V, ilralngton 9.40 a. m., woek dt s, and |
11.56 p. m., dally, stopping atDcverand'
rugularly;ocd at Mlddlotow.Clayl
aud Seatord to leave passengers f
and points NorUi or take on passeugors 'or Del-1
The 8 60 a. m. train alfto stops at Lanrel, and
the 1110 p. rn. train at New Castle, to leave pas?
sengers from Wilmington and points North, or i
tako passengers for points south of Delmar.
Norm-bound?Trains leave Delmar 13.40 a. in.
and 3.40 p. in., week-days, Dover 1.56 a, m., and
5.10 p. rr.., arriving Wilmington 3.10 a.m. an? fi.25
p.m., Baltimore 6.45 a. ni. and 8.65 p. m., and
Philadelphia. 4.00 a. m. and7.ll) p.m. The 3 4.)
p. m. train als? stops a: Harrington, Smyrna,
and Clayton, and at Laurel, Seaford
and Mlddletown to leave passengers from
points south of Delmar, or take passengers lor
WllmliiL'ton and points North.
The 12 40 a. ru. train stops at Seaford, Harring?
ton, Ciaytou, and Mlddletown to leave passeu
gers from points south of Delmar, or take on
passengers for Wllmlngtou and points North.
New Castle accommodation Trains ?Leave Wil?
mington at 2 50 p. in. Leave Now Castle at 7 OOp.m
Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Br. Trains.?
Leave Haixlugioa for Lswo* 11.32 a. in., 5.45
and 8.?0 p. ra.: for Franklin and way stations
11.32 a. m., Returning, trains leave
Lowos (or Harrington 6.15, s 30, a. in. and315 p.ru
Lleave Franklin C40and800a. m,
Connection?At porter, with Newark it Dela?
ware City Railroad. At Townsend. with Queen
Anne's .t Kent Railroad. At Clayton, with Dela?
ware & Chesapeake Railroad and Baltimore and
Delaware Bay Railroad. At Harrington, with
Delaware, Maryland & Vlrglnl. Railroad. At
soaford, with Cambridge k seatord Railroad At
Dolmar, wlthNeWjYork, Philadelphia 1: Norfolk,
Wlcomlcotpocimoke.aud peninsula Railroads.
CHAS-1. PDGH, General Manager.
J. R. Wood, General Pasceuger Agent.
ixeor^e I. Jflmes ?? iJo.,
Mice CoMissioa Merchants
No. 6 Bowly's wharf,
S^Sweet potatoes a specialty.
tyRemrn'8 made promptly.
Frank P. Brent, Principal;
W.O. Marshall, Associate Principal;
James F. Guuter, Assistant.
Miss M. A. Moore, Teacher of Ma?
Tbe ninth session begins Septem?
ber 14tb, and ends the third,
Wednesday in Jun*. The course
oi study includes all the English
branches, Latin, Greet., German,
French, Mathematics, Natural Sei
ence, Instrumental and ^ocal mu
I sic, Drawing, Painting, and Calis?
thenics. The school prepares for
College and TJuiversity, or for en?
trance ou business, and is highly
recommended by Professors of the
University of Virgiuia and Johns
Hopkins University. Terms liberal.
For catalogues giving full informa?
tion, apply to
I The Principal,
' Ouaucock, Va.
at hallwood station,
Milton Marshall, prop r.
Board by day, week or month at
fair rates -
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
and hopes by close attention to bus?
iness to meet the liberal patronage
it has received in the past. The
last 4 days of each week have been
set apart "by me for grinding corn
A HOMINY MILL
(to prepare hominy for table use)
has recently beeu added. Thanks
for past patronage and future fa?
vors solicited. J. H. JONES,
Eastern Shore Steamboat Company'
On aud after Sunday, Kay. 24th, 1984,
(Saturday oxcepted) wilt run their steamers, m
follow:), leaving South Street Wharf ac 5.00 o'clock
Steamer EASTERN SHORE,
Capt. G. a. Eatxob.
Sundayand Wednesday for Crlsfleld. Hoffman's.
Evuus', Hooks', lioggsvllle, D.'ivbi' Head's, lilies'
Shields', Hujigar's audTaylor.s, Returning?
Leave Taylor's every Tuoartay and Ft Iday at 6 a.
is , touching at the above landings at the usual
Capt. 8. H. Wilson,
Tuesday and Friday for Crlsfleld, Flnnoy'i,
Onancoclc, Plus' Wharf, Cedar Hall, Rohoboth,
Pocomoke City and Snow Ulli.
aeturnlng -Leave Sitow Hill every Monday and
Thursday at 6 a. m .^touching at the above land?
ings at the uanafffiaw ^ ?
- i-e^fefft^??^py)' Civil
Monday and Thursday, for Crlsfleld, Tanelety.
Inland, Flnuey's Onancock, Cheaconnossex. Gull '
ford and Hunting Creole. Returning?Leave Hun
tinier Croek every Wednesday and Saturday ar
S.ou A. M., Gullford 9.00, Chcsconne98ex 12 Noon
Onancook 2 p.m., Flnncy's2:30, Tangier Island 4
?^AU Steamers leave Crlsfleld for Battl
Lv more, on arrival of last down train.
Freight and pa-son-era received for all polnte
on the X. Y., Piilla. and Norfolk, Wlcomlco and
Pocoraoke, and Delaware, Maryland and Vir?
Positively do freight received after 6 p, m.
and must be prepaid to all points, excep
on the N. Y. Pblla, and Norfolk Railroad.
P. R. CLARK, General Agent,
105 South Street, Baltimore.
Accoraac county, Va.
^^Respectfully calls the atten?
tion of the farmers of. tbe Eastern
Shores of Maryland and Virginia
to the different grades of
manufactured by him and offered
for sale ac following reasonable
rates at his factory or delivered at
Wish arts' Point, Va.
Messrs. Miles & Shields, agents,
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.,
(Hear Barre) BALTIMORE.
Families, Steamers, Hotels, Excursions
aud Picnics supplied with unadulterated
at $1.00 per gallon, in quam it es ot five
gallons aud upward, only.
?TA liberal discount allw s1 to church.
Jfcstivals and societies.. All o der stilled
at shortest notice.