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' 1 CRONJE AS A SHOWMAN.
A I'uthctlr rxt.l_iiu11r.ii From tUe
Old n??r 4 oiliiiiwilpr,
.General Cronje, tbs Boer commander
at Pa_r_eberg, whoa, appearance in
a military show luis caused some on
fSTorabk comment rsfsr. In . letter
to the Now York World b> msnj letters
that lune como to him from officers
censuring him tor disgracing the mili?
tary prof sm ion,
"In thc drat pince," GenSTSl Cronle
rstmts, "1 am not ? member of the
military profession. Therefore 1 cnn
not disgrace lt. 1 fought as a patriot,
not as a soldier. If the average aoldisr
wore as little a ?bowman as I, there
would not bf so many brilliant uni?
forms covering dull mon. British sol?
diers have said thal lt ls beneath tho
dignity of u genera] to become a circus
performer. Borne >f the men who have
said this are tho men I fought They
are tho mon who robbed me of my
home and my country.
"Tho** who have protested against
my action, being actuated hy kindness
or sympathy for the Boer cause. I will
now answer.
"I went, au every Boer who was a
man went, and faeod tho foo that was
??eking to destroy the liberty of my j
country. After many victories I wus ,
defeated nnd captured. I .either dis
graced my cause uor my beloved na- I
tlon by my surrender. No mun coull
have doue better than we did at Faur (
delierg. 1 was sent by the British to
St. Helena a prisoner.
"When I returned to the Transvaal
after tho conclusion of the war I found ;
nothing but desolation and ruin My
country was still black with cinders
and stained with blood. In the battle !
of Paardeberg my wife was wounded
sa sh* fought in the trenches. That
wound bled out from my heart. I
thought thut I had felt tho worst pain. '
?las, when I saw the scarred face of
my poor com-try the wound in my
heart opened and bled out my hope. I
looked iuto my dear old wife's scarred
face and then .cross the udrod veldt. I
could not help lt?I cried.
"Since that day I havp not been able
to stand straight. I was old und
weah, hungry uiul homeless My chil?
dren had all died lu defense of our
country. There we stood, my wife and
I, supporting each other In our misery.
How lonely Wi were: How much
alone! I was too old to fltrht ugain and
strike auother blow for our liberty.
Too old to walk behind the plow Al?
most too old to live. My countrymen
saw my tears. They offered to help
uu out of their scanty cupboards
They were as poor as I. I was so old,
but not too old to earn a living If the
opportunity offered
"I hope thut my critics will under?
stand this poor old man and think <>f
the circumstances behind his actions."
Sullelea* Prodigies.
The three foremost prodigies of to?
day, Mischa Elmuu, Pren. \o_ Vecsey
and Vivien Chartres, ore frail little at*
oms, marvelous Indeed lu their genius
and unmistakably bearing the stamp
of the divine atUatus. But one rarely
secs them smile with the delight of
success. Mischa Elmon, the young
Russian, has a serious, faraway es
presslon when he plays, and even the
frenzied plaudits he received at his re?
cent recital failed to move him out ol
his saturnine mood. He was as ii
swimmer brousting flu sort the tor
rents of applause broke over him and
left him uni_o\ed. Vecsey, the nine
year-old marvel, ls almost as indicter
ont. He acknowledges the reception ol
his performances in the manner
who has learned u lesson. Little Viv
len Chiutrea ru_.-> off the platform in
stantly her piece ls finished, as thong!
glad to get it all over.
C?ne yearns to break the barrier ol
these childish brains. Do they reulli
enjoy themselves? ls their very gi.v
ity a sign of delight too great for es
presslon, or is lt all a wearisome la
bor?a bisk such as might be sot then
out of school? London .Man.
Kin. B_W_r_ mil tho Nnns.
The king'- return from Trance 1:
reminiscent, writes u correspondent o
the following incident which Tu<_ plae
at Dover not so very long ago. As th
French steamer arrived the king hau
pened to be walking on the pier a
Dover in his undress uniform of
British admiral. Three nuns, who hm
been expelled from Tra nco. wer
among passengers who disembarked.
Never having been In England tx
fore, they immediately approached th
wearer of the naval undress unlforu
taking him for the station martel
They explained to him in their nativ
tongue that they wanted to go to Vii
tods, whereupon the king in Frenc
said, "Mesdames, I will escort you 1
the right train."
Hs put them into a first class cn
riago. They expostulated, as they ha
only third claws tickets, but he si
their minds at rest by quietly payli
the difference on their tickets hlmsel
-London M. A. P.
Hwfnrl?? and Aflrmlni*.
Judge David D. Shslby ot the Al
bama circuit court woe talking abo
the difference between swearing ai
afflnulna.
"Whatever the difference is," he sal
"lt ls assuredly not what a certain o
colored man understood it to be la
week.
"This colored man, entering the w
ness box, said bc thought he would]
swear. He thought he would just i
firm.
" 'Erastus,' I said, 'how ls this?
month ago when you appeared befo
mc you consented readily enough
swear. Why is lt that you will on
affirm now?'
" 'Well, yo' honah.' said Erastus. '
reason am dat I specks I ain't quite
sars about de fucks o' dis case as
wtib o' de odder.' "?New York Tri
une.
Stews to Her.
Mrs. .Tames My husband is a co
wrvat 1\ e. Mrs. Johns- Iudeed! Wh
I had no Idea he was tn that busine.
Does he have a large?er?conserv
tory 7?Cleveland Leader.
He that foretells his own calami
end makes events before they coi
doth twice endure the pains of e
testlny.?Davenant
One Dollar Saved Represents 1
Dollars Barned.
The average man does not save
exceed ten per cent, of his earnin
He must spend nine dollars in liv
expenses for every dollar sawd. X
being the case he cannot be too ci
fulabout unnecessary expenses. V
often a few cents properly invest
like buying seeds for his garden, <
save several dollars outlay later
It is the same in buying Chamberlai
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Eb mi
It costs but a few cents, and a bo
of it in the house often saves a docb
bill of several dollars. For sale 1>\
B. S. Ashby & Co.,'
Accomac, and all county agencie
BRAVE DECATUR.
rhe Story of llln Pleree AtlHok on rn
TrlpoUtan Veaael.
(lindner W. Allen in his book, "Our
Kary and the Barbary Corsair*," re
r Us t>ie old story of how Commodore
Ptophon Decatur, thou a lieutenant In
the United States navy, attacked a
trlpoUtan resseL Tlie incident occur?
red In ISM, when Preble was lying off
Tripoli. Young Decatur had been told
that tho cnptaln of this vessel had
treacherously murdered his brother,
John Decatur, after he had surrendered
to him Mr. Allen writes: "He ran
alongside and at once boarded with
Muodonough ami the remnant of his
crew. Decatur singled out the captain,
a mun of groat size ffnd strength, and
attacked him furiously. The Tripoli
tan made a thrust with his boarding
pike, and lu attempting to parry the
blow Decatur's cutlass was broken off
at the hilt, leaving him for the mo
1'ient unarmed. Another thrust of the
pike wounded him in the arm. Decatur
seized the weapon, wrenched lt away
and grappled with his antagonist. Aft?
er a short st ru Ale they fell to the deck,
with iVontur on top.
"Meanwhile the two crews were fight?
ing furiously about their lenders, and
a TrlpoUtan aimed a blow at Decatur's
hoad with his sclintter, when n seaman
named Daniel Frazier, having both
arms disabled by wounds, Interposed
his head and received the blow, which
laid open the scalp. The TrlpoUtan
captain, liebig more powerful than De?
catur, soon turned him underneath and,
holdiug him down with his left hand,
drew a knife and wa;- about to plunge
lt Into his breast
"I>ecatur seized the uplifted arm
with his left hand, while ho managed
to get his right Into hit* pocket where
be had u pistol. QlTing lt the proper
direction, ho fired through the pocket.
The giant relaxed hts hold and fell
dead. Having lost se- entecn killed. In?
cluding their leader, ihe seven surviv?
ing Trlpolltans, four of whom were
wounded, soon gave np the tight."
DID YOU EVER WONDER
Why a baby carriage Isn't known as
n cryryole?
Why lt ls so much easier to be wrong
than lt ls to bo president?
Why some people manage to talk a
gnat deal without Baying anything?
Why so many of onr coming men
seem to be handicapped from the start?
Why the company that issues tho
map has the only curveless railroad
thereon ?
Why the average man Invariably
makes a fool of hlmsolf every time he
tries to act up?
Why men are nearly always embar?
rassed when they propose?either finan?
cially or otherwise?
Why so many men who are anxious
to work when sick are Just as anxious
to avoid lt when well?
Why some men are not as black as
they are painted and some are not as
white as they aro whitewashed ??Cin?
cinnati Enquirer.
Plain Clothes Mea.
In a sinull 8outh American state
which had recently undergone a change
of admiulstiatlon the new potentate
summoned nn artist and ordered new
designs for all the official uniforms.
'I wish showy costumes?very
showy," tie said, "for the people are Im
prsssed by them. I have here some
sketches that I myself have made.
Iiook them over nnd l>e guided by these
ideas as far ns possible."
The artist examined the sketches
carefully.
"This," he said, turning the pages, "ls
evidently for tho navy and this for the
anny, but If you please, what ls this?
n long plume on a three cornered hat
yi Pow dress coat trimmed with purple,
and"?
"That," replied the chief of atate
gravely, "is for the secret police."
Be Klad Today.
Less spent on the dead anti more
spent on the living would bring aboul
many happy results. Hearts are break
lng, loved ones wait and tears flow al!
l>ecause of the withholding of klad
words unspoke, and letters never sent
The aged father and motlier far off li
the country would often be cheered dk
the son or daughter more frequently
send thom a letter. Behold the sat
mistakes of others, their remorse, ant!
prolit by the same bCore lt ls too late
Today, now, speak the loving word
send the tender message, write the let
ter you put off day by day, and don'
walt until you forget lt or until bltte
memories haunt you.
A Brasilia- Household Pet.
Brazilians tralu a snake called th
glboia as a rat catcher. It ls flfbe:
feet long, ls harmless to the huma
being, becomes quite a household pe'
ls lazy In the daytime, but at nigh
roams about the house In quest of 11
prey?rats. These animals lt promptl
kills by twisting their necks. Whe
Brazilians have to pass from room 1
room lu tho dark they first put on thc
slippers, lt would not be pleasant 1
plant one's hare feet on a cold slim
snake of thut size.
W?ak Hanion Mature.
Prom many selections from Marci
Aurelius wo choose this as showing h
keen Insight into this weak human in
turo of ours: "I have often wonderc
bow lt ls that every mau loves htmse
more than all the rest of men, but yi
sets less value on his own opinion 1
himself than on the opinion of others.'
A I.amrr.
"But," objected the heiress, "I ha'
been accustomed to every luxury."
"That's all the more reason why y<
should marry me," replied the imp
cunlous suitor. "I'm a luxury m
self" Philadelphia Uecord.
Treof.
Blnks -Young folks seldom hare 1
somnla, do they? Spinks--Nonsens
My baby ls only five weeks old, a;
he's got the worst case I ever ?aw
Exchange,
The Limit.
"Is lt true that the Bloptons are I
lng beyond their Income?"
"Worse than that They're living 1
youd their credit."?Brooklyn Life.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and I
arrhoea Remedy?The Best In
Existence.
T. M. Wood, manager of the W_
County News, Beebe, Ark., is a ref
tentative southern busineei man, v
does not hesitate in expressing
Rood opinion of a well known remo
lie says, "It gives me pleasure tor
ommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cho!
and Diarrhoea Remedy, having u
it mysell and in roy family wah
bes! results In fact I believe it tc
the best remedy of the kind in ex
euee." Sold by
it S. Ashby & Co.,
Accomac, and all county agenciei
To The Public.
We are in a position to iur
lish you with almost every?
thing in the
HARDWARE LINE
that the trade demands, mich as
STOVES AND REPAIRS,
PUMPS, and Pipe, Mechanic*
tools, Farming Implements,and
many other things too numerous
to mention.
Pump driving, Tin roofing
and Repairing, Specialties.
All orders promptly filled
and at fair prices.
Yours Poi Business
Doiemus & savage.
Belle Haven, Va.
Renovated and Opened*
My HOTEL at BLOOMTOW VA.,
is now occupied hy Mr. William Har?
rison I wis and family. All need
have ni> (oar in giving them a share
of their patronage, as Mrs. Lewis haH
few sonals as a hotel hostess. Heat?
ed bedrooii,. furnished if desired with?
out extra exponat
A first-class LIVERY is still being
run by me in connection with hotel.
Will moot passengers at Wishart,
and other points with team upon no?
tice by writing or phoning direct to
hotel.
Will convey two or more passenger.
from Bloomtown to Wisharts for 26
cents each, or from Wisharts to Bloom?
town same rate.
Harry T. White,
BLOOMTOWN, VA.
Cemetery Notice.
Vernon* in Aicomiu mm] adjoining nullities
winbin, to Mark Um .rave nt B relative or friend |
with a
Monument
TABLET, TOMB or HEADSTONE
in Marble or Polished Gnurite, __ now do so at
a vir> sinai I outlay a.s ire keep in uUx'k a large
collection of tini.sluil work of modern designi of
the best workmanship and at the verr lowe?t
prices.
115 N. Liberty 8t. near Lexing?
ton also 311 8. Charles St.
Gaddess Brothers,
Established Seventy-Ft re Tears.
Baltimore,Md.
A DOLLAR MADS IS A DOLLAR 8AV.J
If so, write to the
LAUREL
LAUREL, DEL.,
?Davin Bro., Proprietors,?
For prices on Head and Foot
Stones, Monument, Iron Railing
and all cemetery work in gen?
eral, and save money.
Davis & Bro.,
LAUREL, DEL.
Agents-W. H.Pruitt,Temperance
ville; E. J. WiNDKR, Onancock;
Hbo. W. Abdkll. Belle Haven;
Bird & Drummond, Orangeville;
Lloyd Smith. Pangotea_ae.
c
r?
o
a
and Jewelry
Repaired on Short Notice.
I Have For Sale
Watches, Hlocki, Jewelry
Spectacles, JHye Glasses,
and Silverware
in many styles and at lowest prle<
Wm. Sartorius
Pocomoke City, Md.
"Will be at Accomac 0. H. ever
court dav.
VIRGINIA:? In the circuit ooart I
the county of Accomack, in the vac
tionoftlie said court, the 7th day
June A. I)., 1905.
Dawson J. Trader.Plaintif
against
Edna Trader,.Defendan
In Chancery.
The ohject of this suit is for tl
plaintiii, Hawson J. Trader, to obtain
divorce a mensa et thoro from the d<
fendant, Edna Trader.
Aflidavit having been made befoi
the clerk of the ?aid court that Edi
Trader, the defendant In the abo>
entitled cause, in a non-residci
of the State of Virginia, on the motin
nf the plaintiir, by Iuh attorney, it
ordered that she, the said non-residei
defendant, do appear here withi
fifteen days after dna publication
this order and do what fa necessary
protect her interests; and that this c
der be published ones a week for foi
successive weeks in the "Pcninsu
Enterprise,'' a newspaper published
Accomack 0. H., Virginia, and al
posted at the front door of the ('otu
House of the said County on theThi
Monday in Jime, A. H., 1905.
Teste: JOHN I). GRANT, C. C.
A Copy?
Teste: JOHN P. GRANT, C. C.
Juo. R. _ J. Harry Rew, p. <j.
S1ASE BROS,
1ACKLEY
ARLISLE
PIANO,
DEFY COMPETITION.
Pianos.
Pianos.
Pianos.
r>,000 have boen aold in Virginia within thu past 3fi years.
Call and see thom or write for Catalogue.
Pianos sold at factory prices and on easy terms.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
S. C. ricGratlh, M'f'grs. Agent.
rick Block-Main Street, ONANCOCK, VA.
(
2S/tillii?_pg and potions.
Having secured the services of a first-class
MI I.I.I N ER we are prepared to serve our
patrons in the most artistic manner. Don't
fall to see our LACES and EMBROIDERY.
M. A. McGrath & Co.,
MAIN ST.,
Next Door to Poslofllce,
Onancock, Va.
/^nnouneement.
Weare now prepared for you for the BPKINU and SIMMER, after visiting
all the markets and purchasing good merchandise for all our departments.
CLOTHING] CLOTHING! CLOTHING]
In this department weare well-known, and as usual have the largest assort?
ment ever brought down here. Among all the new things we bass tho Sporty
Drown Suits, and all the latest styles for all ages, at very leasonable prices.
SHOES, HATS AND GENTS FURNISHINGS
has been very carefully looked after aud eau show you anything. Hats made
in the respective lines.
DRY GOODS AM? LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDS.
We have a large line and can save you good money o? them.
We also have a big lina of M ATTI NO. Trices that was never heard of.
Call aud see us before making your SI'RINO purchases.
-LICK'S.
Yours truly
-The Busy Corner. -
ONANCOCK,
VA.
I. H. Merrill, Proprietor.
E. H. Benson, Manager
Peninsula Tailoring Go.,
POCOMOKE CITY, MD.
Will Visit Accomac C. H. Every Court Day.
E. W. POLK,
-Formerly of?POLK & BENSON"
MERCHANT TAILOR
Pocomoke City nd.
Will visit Aeeomac 0. H., ev?*ry court day.
I AM OFF TO THE
where all trains stop, and where I can get everything
in the way ot" Machinery and Supplies, and have all
kinds ol Repair Work promptly and satisfactorily
done, even to Automobiles.
Especial attention given to the Re?
pair of Boilei's and En?
gines, Steam & Gasoline.
Agent for Sinker Davis Boilers
and Engines; Fisher c_ Davis
Saw Mills; and American Gas
or Gasoline Engines; also of
Simond's Saws, and Planer
and all other Knives for wood
working machinery; also for
Crescent Oils, Oarlock Packing
and everything in the way of
Mill and Factory Supplies.
We will quote prices on all pro?
posed work and supplies.
?_r8hop on Clark Avenue,
near the depot. Telephone, 121.
Pueowoke Mael|ii|e Wmk$,
POC0M0KK CITY, MD.
THIS is The Place Where Dollars Go Furtherest
Come ami see and you will be convinced.
I carry in stoek a large and well selected line of
Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Htair-rail,
Newels, Mantels, Brackets, Builder's Hard?
ware, Carpenter's Tools, Cooper's Tools, Pump
and Fittings, Pipes and Valves for Steam Mills,
Cast Iron Cook Stoves, and also the best Steel
Range on the market, some of which have been
In use here for 7 years and apeak for themselves.
I also have
Cooking Utensils, full line of Paints, Oil, Var?
nish and Stains, Shingles, Bricks, Lime. Hair,
Terracotta Pipe, American Wire Fence, \\ agous,
Harness, Mowing Machines, Horse Bakes,
Plows and Planet, Jr. Cultivators, all kinds of
Heed, large stock and prices right. I solicit
your patronage. Yours truly,
JOHN W. TAYLOR, ^allwood. Va
CLEANLINESS
at a necessity to perfect Heilth and an essential element %,
of Happineii.
To prevent sicknesa and enjoy the
comfort! of life you ihould equip your
sleeping apartment or dressing chamber
with a snowy white, one-piece
"?teS-_ftT Porcelain Enameled Lava?
tory and have running hot and cold
water as desired at your touch.
We have samples in our showroom
and will gladly quote you prices.
Onancock Gas Cc, -:- Onancock, Va*
.astern Shore of Virginia
Produce Exchange.
(INCORPORATED JANUARY 38, 1900.!
MBN.T. (HINTER, A. J. MoMATtl. W.A. nCRTON, I
President Beeya ?"'? Tresa. Bsa, Mgr. |
GENERAL OFFICE: ONLE/, VIRGINIA.
irnwprc 4ov*nrvl IRISH & SWFKT potatoes, (
jrowers Agency i 0NI0NS> herries,
for choice J pear, etc.
)perates at. all the principal Shipping Stations and Wharves in,
Accomac and Northampton Counties.
) R.T l_r*T?_ Improved grading ana packing ot goods. Proper distribution on the vari
/Doxjyji.. (Mlg rnarkets. Tue establishment of home markets and everything that
<'inii to hlithor prices or farm products aud tuo hitter ? i BdltlOD o' thu farmers. I
. !
Selling Agents for the Exchange:
_NTX__W YORK.
Geo. w. Tull & Co.,
Wholesale Commission Merchants,
? IN ?
Southern Fruits and Produce.
165 West St Shipping No. 5.
RBKBRBNCBS:-Irving Nat. Hank. New Tork; Lee Bros. _ Co., Norfolk. Va.; L. Floyd Nock, i
Accomac C. H. Va.: W. A. Hurton. Onley, Va.
C. H. Rivenburg. J. H. Richardson.
Ebtablibhed 1869.
G. H. Rivenburg & Co.,
'ttZtfSwS?*' Fruit and Produce,
Vegetables, Poultry and (lame in Season.
SHIPPING NO. 153. NO. 182 READE ST.
REFERENCES:
Irvin. National Rank. R. (J. I>un A Co.. and the Trade Generally.
New York.
Walter C. Deyo.
Emery Deyo.
w. c. dem k
Produce
Commission Merchants.
Southern Fruit and Vruetab't- a Specialty,
859-861 Washington St.,
Reference. 9Ml?!____2_i,_
All ( ommercial Agencies.
Southern Bhipping No. 300.
Members of National League of Commission
Merchants of Tinted States.
| Chas. Pape. J. W. Howell.
Chas. Pape & Co.,
Wholesale Commission Dealers in
Fruit and Produce,
164 & 165 West St.
Shipping No. 3 or 500.
References:
Irving Nat. Bank. New York.
Mercantile Agencies.
P. W. Holden. ^
I Jos. ll. Sinitli.
Smith & Holden,
-COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Southern Fruit and Produce.
311 Washington St.
Shipping No. 8.
lufrniices: Irvin.National iunk.
Commercial Agenda s.
Wm. H. Furman. John L. Furman
Established 1864.
G. FURMAN & CO..
Wholesale
Commission Merchants,
1,2,3 & 4 Cor. West ?t Ounsevoort Sta.,
West Washington Market.
Our Shipping No. 58.
Referem '?
N.Y. County National Hunk. E. H. .t J. A.
Mi adowa. Newbern, N.e.
Geo. E. Knnpp,
Wm..). Knapp,
Jan. ll. Lawrence.
Established UM'
RI Fl-.FKMK:
Wallabout Hank.
ShipplDt No. IK.
Knapp Bros. j>Co.,
Fruit and Produce
Commission Herchants,
Southern Fruit and Vegetables
a Specialty.
(92 READE STREET,
Newark.
Members Fruit and Produce Trade Association
of Newark. N. J.
('harlen E. Barker.
Morgan Barker.
CE. Barker & Co.,
Established 1876.
Wholesale
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Dealers in
Country Produce of every kind and
variety.
38 Commerce St.
References: Manufacturer* National Bank.
Any Commercial Agency.
Wilmington.
O. W. (lodwin.
K. T. Godwin.
Established 1H83.
6. W. GODWIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE
?Commission - Merchants,?
211 East 4th St.
Referenc _:?Seiner Bros. Co., Wm. Weinert _
Co.. Brown Si McMahon. I'hila.r..;
Union Nat. Bank, Wil. steamboat
Co., Charles Warner A Co., Wil?
mington, Debt _,..
Consignment* Solicited for Eggs, Poultry, Po-'
tatoes, Pish, Oysters, Etc. Berries a Specialty.
_ _____________
Practical Plumber.
Steam and Hot
Water Heating
I carry a line of up-to-date nupplies
in stock. Estimates cheerfully fur?
nished on all kinda of work. I want
you heating and plumbing trade.
Wind Mills and Hot Air
Pumping Engines a Specialty
Jobbing Work Promptly Attended to
NO. 108 WALNUT STREET.
SALISBURY, nD.
Phone 231.
a.
Established 30 years.
Hobson & Bennett,
No. 121 Dock St.,
Produce
'ommission Merchants.
We have an old and established trad.'and you
.11 depend OB full marla prices for all kimU ol
?oduce, especially Berries, l'eas and Potatoes.
REFERENCE:
6th National Bank, Philadelphia;
IS* " Milford, Del.
Established 18.59.
_rm. smitn & co.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
?330 North Front St.,?
BERRIES a Specialty.
iVm, Weinert & Co.,
lion Merchan's
Dealers in
FRl'IT and PRODUCE,
louth West Cor. Front & Vine Sis.
Po Get Result*?
-SHIP T0
\. G. Ballbach & Co.,
Leading Fmit and Southern
Produce Dealers at
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?COMMISSION MERCHPNTS,?
FRUITS. VEGETABLES, _C.
217 South Charles Street,
?Shipping Letters?
"CmdW."
Wm. Keyser,
strictly Commission
No Speculative Buying.
Specialties:? Berries, Southern Vege
tables, Etc.
-HEYSER BUILDING?
?Pratt, Grant and Ellicott Streets.
Shipping Letters W. H.
References:?Commercial Agencies.
Nat. Marine Bank, Balto.
Boston.
F. M. Leonard & Co.
Incorporated.
FRUIT AND PRODUCE
Qommission Merchants,
52 CLINTON ST.
J. D. Mead & Co.
Established 1853.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner CLINTON and FULTON St*
Specialties:
Southern Fruits and Vegetables.
Consignments Solicite.1. Prompt Returni
_n__rt__ln_.
I am now prepared to accon
modate you in the best of styl
in the Undertaking Business.
Prices as low as consisten
with first-class work.
Phone connections.
J. S. BUNTING,
Temperancevillo, Va.
SCENIC ROUTE
TO THE WEST
sT. Y. P. <fc N. Morning Train connects
it Old Point with 0. & O. Hy. Fast
I'rain for Richmond, Va. Hot Springs,
Jincinnati, Louisvi'le, Chicago, Ht
Louis, <_c.
June 4, 1905.
Leaves Old Point.
7:10 a. m.?Daily, -Local train
to Richmond, connect?
ing for local pointa on
James River Division to
Clifton Forge.
0:40 a.m.?Daily?Fast train to Rich?
mond and the West; stops
only at Newport News
and Williamsburg; ar
rives Richmond ll ??)?'; a. ai
Bullet Parlor Car Old Point
to Honcenerte. Con?
nect- at Richmond with
"limited" train leaving at
_:00 p. m., with Pullman
sleepers, for Cincinnati,
Louisville, St. Louis aud
Chicago. Meals served a la
carte in dining cars.
4:53 p.m.?Dally?Fast train to Rich?
mond; stops only at New?
port News and Williams?
burg; arrives Richmond
7:00 p. m. Carries parlor
car from Old Point to Rick
mond. Counectt at Rich
mond with F. F. V. Limited
leaving at 10:46 p. m., with
Pullman sleepers,for Louis?
ville, Cincinnati and < lu
cinuati to St. Louis and
Chicago. Meals served a
la carte in dining cars.
_ or rates, tickets, Pullman reserva?
tion and other information, apply to
J. N SMITH, Ul on Ticket Agent,
Chamberlain Hotel, or at lt. R. Station,
Old Point, Va.
H. W. Fuller,
C. K. Doyle, Gen. Pas. Agent.
General Manager.
W. O. Wullara.
D. P. A.. C. ?. 0. Ry., Richmond, Va.
NEW YORK. PHILA. k NORFOLK
RAILROAD
Time Table In Effect June 5th, 1905.
Quickest and only daily line between
Boston, New York, Phila., Nor?
folk and Old Point Comfort.
HORTHWAhl)
Stations
92
Mall
.A.M.
Leave
Portsmouth
Norfolk.
0. P. Comfort..
Cape Charles...
Bayview.
Cheriton.
Cobbs.
Eastville.
Machipongo....
Bird's Nest.
Nassawadox....
Exmore.
Painter.
Keller.
Melfa.
Only.
Tasley.
Greenbush
Parksley... ....
Mason.
Sloxoin.
Hallwood.
Bloomtown.
Oak Hall.
LeCalo.
New Church....
Pocomoke. 6 M 1148
Oosten.8 30
King's Creek..6 40
Princess Anne.7 00 13 10
Loretto.7 05
Eden.7 10
Fruitland.7 18
Salisbury.7 37 12 35
B.C. _ A. Jun.7 43
Delmar.7 65 12 55
Arri re....A.M. a.m.
82 94 80
IS. _ N. Delmar
N.Y. Y. Accoit
Exp. Exp.
P.M. A.M.
5 30 7 25
8 15 7 45
720 840
9 35 10 55
PM
e 9 85 rn 0.
? 9 88 mos
e 9 45 ll 13
e 9 53 fll 19
e 9 69 ll 34
clO 05 1130
clO 16 1188
elO 33 fll 45
clO 39 ll VJ
clO 35 11155
elO 43 113 03
10 48 12 09
ell 00 12 30
ell 07 fl. 27
ell 15 12 35
ell 19 fl2 38
ell 24 f13 42
8 Oft
fft 10
8 14
16 19
6 28
? 88
8 :'9
8 48
6 55
7 03
?11 31
12 51
108
1 28
131
149
3 07
P.M.
7 41
f 7 48
7 60
7 67
8 08
8 08
f8 ll
8 17
8 30
fS 38
8 4ft
900
19 04
9 14
y 2ft
9 38
9 40
10 00
P.M.
Arrive. p.m.
Baltimore (Union
Station). 8 10
Wilmington. 4 15
Phila. (Broad St.
Station). 5 18
Treuton.
N.w&rk
New York(P."k'. R. 8 00
A.M.
7 10
500
5 44
8 15
A.M.
SOOTHWAKD
1.7 89 81
N.Y. Old 0.0.
Norfolk Point Acco.
Exp. Exp.
Leave. P.M.
New YorklP. R. R. 8 30
Newark. 8 43
Trenton. 9 57
Phila. (Broad St.
Station). ll 05
Wilmington. 1160
Baltimore (Union
Station). 7 60
A.M.
765
10 18
10 58
8 02
Leave....
Delmar.
B.C. k A. Jun.
Salisbury.
Fruitland.
Eden.
Loretto.
Priooess A_ne.
King .Creek..,
Costen.
Pocomoke.
New Church...
LeCato.
Oak Hall.
Bloomtown.
Hallwood.
Bloxem.
Mason.
Parksley.
Greenbush....
Tasley.,.
Only.
Melfa.
Keller.
Painter.
Exmore.
Nassawadox.
Bird's Neat.
Machipongo.
Eastville.
Cobb*.
Cheriton.
Bayview.
Cape Charles....
O.P. Comfort.
Norfolk.
Portsmouth.
Arrive.
A.M. A.M.
11 40 2 49
1151
1164 3 00
. 12 04
,12 08
fia 14
12 21 8 16
, 19 35
,13 50
, 1 00 8 36
b3 46
P.M.
135
149
b3 65
b3 59
b4 0tf
9 04
311
3 26
3 35
r. 49
fa 4*
3 52
12 89
D4 13 8 07
428
b4 27
1)4 36
04 41
b4 48
04 65
1.5 01
b6 07
b5 14
b5 20
b5 33
6 43
786
845
905
P.M. A.M.
8 17
f8 32
f3 38
8 35
fi 41
8 49
8 57
404
ft 10
4 17
f4 33
f4 37
4 40
635
800
8 15
P.M.
A. M
7 25
7 M
7 80
8 00
8 06
f? ll
8 18
8 24
f8 33
8 45
8 55
f9 00
I 03
9 08
9 13
V 30
f9 23
9 27
9 37
9 42
9 49
9 65
10 01
10 08
10 14
10 19
10 24
10 81
flO 37
10 41
flO 44
10 50
A.M.
"f" Stops (or passengers on signal or notice to
conductor.
"c" Stops only to let off passengers from < _p?*
Charles and points South, and take on pa-a-u.
gen for points North of Delmar.
"b" Mops onlj to let off passengers from points
North of Delmar, and take on passengers for
points South of t ape Charles.
Trains 97 aud Ki will stop at all stations on
Sunday for local pasaengeis on signal or notice to
?undue-tor.
K.M. Cooke. J. fi. Rodgers,
Traffic Manager, Supt.
Norfolk. Va. tape Charl*.. Va
Bauple Rooms,
tfteuin Heat.
Hot _ Cold Wan
Hath Kooiiik.
Parker House,
A. PARKER, Prop'r.
0, F. Towiisenrl's
Livery Attached.
Pocomoke city
Maryland.
All Kinds of
High Grade Whiskies & Wines
Sold by the gallon, quart and pint.
Send Postofnce Money Order or
Check with order and your address
aud Package will be shipped by Firm
Train.

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