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ACCOMAC CODRT HOUSE, VA. Saturday, July 22, 1905. Intered at tte Postofflce at Accomac C. H., Vs.. ai aeoond-olMi matter. The Republicans in every section ot the State are electing delegates ti the convention to beheld in Roanoki and without exception arc endorsing Judge L. L. Lewis as their candidate for governor. They profess to be? lieve, too, that he has sonic show to l<e the next executive of thc Stab but that's all. They know that thc next governor of Virginia will be a Democrat, whoever the nominee ol the party may be, 0. whatever ?can may be left by the contest between the candidates. The Republicans in? stead of claiming a victory should have said that they arc after Federal patronage and arc lighting for posi? tion which will give them the most of it. The Petersburg Index-Appeal, now one ol the most enthusiastic support? ers ol Senator Martin, in 1893 when he was first elected senator over Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, did not think so well ol him. In fact, thc editor ol that paper then submitted the query through his columns, as has been re? cently shown, along with almost everyone else, outside of Albemarle county?Who is Mr. Tom Martin, ot Albemarle, anyhow? The editor of that journal too seems not only to have never heard ol him but to have shared the belief so prevalent In Vir? ginia at that time, thai Mr. Martin was elevated to the position of sena ator with the consent of only a small portion of the people ol the State. In the opinion of the Index-Appeal then "ninety per cent, of the Democratic voters of the State favored the elec? tion of Fitzhugh Lee. The caucus, however, disregarded the well known wishes of the people and acted ac? cording to the desires of individual members of that body, independently of the constituencies that had pre? viously declared their choice in no uncertain terms." Thc editor of the Index-Appeal has since learned to think better of him but will not still say that he approves the methods by which Mr. Martin was first elect? ed. Can any supporter of Mr. Mar? tin say that he does? If the wishes of the people of the State were disre? garded then, can they now give him their support for the record he ha* since made? It is well known that he did not favor the electiou of a Sena? tor by the people until he was com? pelled to do so and he has no right, therefore, to expect any favors ol them. Knowing this will not the peo clans1, vote a's* anzf tens' them thieS should, against Mr. Martin at th< primary on August 22nd? There are those who tell us there ii no political ring in the State and whe when "machine'' is mentioned hole up their hands in holy horror, but ii spite of their protests,there are other: who believe to the contrary out of th< State as well as in it. Mr. Mart ii who is regarded generally as the heac of the "machine'' in the State doe: not call it by that name but practi cally admits tlie existence of it b; calling upon his friends to stand bj him and in saying he will not forge them, if they do, when thev need : friend. The Baltimore News, though having no favors to ask of bosses ii this State tells the truth as he and as thousands do in this State, ii the following: Something over a year ago Mary land had a governor with senatoria aspirations, who, unfortunately fo his ambition, relied over-much on tb strength of a supposedly all-powerfu machine, headed bv a past master ii the art of machinecraft, to land bin in the house ol the gods and one De pew, and thereby came to grief, i sister Btate likewise has a governor i whose hair the toga hues arc lodgin much of honey, but he has not falle into the error of trusting to a machine save perhaps a little toy one of hi own invention, which has never pas. ed the nursery stage. On the contri ry, he is relying on no one so niue as himself, and Mr. Montague is fas gaining fame as something of a mi chine smasher. The opponent of Vi: ginia's active young governor is Sen; tor Thomas Martin, whose claim t fame rests chiefly on his defeat of Fil Lee for the senate at a time when Gei Lee was one of the idols of his stat Mr. Martin has never figured big i congress, but his record is negative! good, and his opponent finds litt ground for criticism there. Inrecei years, however, the junior senat* from Virginia has been looming t more and more, as a state boas, uni he now practically holds the wh hand in his party. He ran the co vention which met last year to choo delegates to the St. Louis eonventi< to suit himself, and other conventio have responded to his beck and ca In the organization his word is h and his commands gospel?as much as Mr. Gorman's are in the par councils in our own Maryland. 13 once upon a time Mr. Gorman's pla went awry when it came to choosi a senator, and perhaps Mr. Marl may experience a like difficulty in i electing himself. At any rate- i fine to see a man stand up and pc hot shot into a machine for which t people at large can have little loi and Montague is doing that very thi down in Virginia. The candidates for place on the St; ticket are all in, except thegentlem who have been mentioned for ph as superintendent of public instrujti ?Joseph D. Eggleston, Jr., and Geoi H. Hulvey. The time will expire these Saturday at noon. VIROINIANEWS. A bill has been introduced in the leorgia Legislature appropriating 60,000 for the Jamestown Exposition A bet of $100 has been mado in Lynchburg that Judge Mann will ro ?eive a larger vote in the Guberna orial primary than Congressman ?awanson. Hon. Janies H. Caton, who with? drew as a candidate for Lieutenant llovernor, has announced that he will be a candidate for re-election to the Legislature. First Lieutenant Fitzhugh Lee, of tho Twelfth Cavalry, has been ordered lo report to the examining board at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., for examination for promotion to a_captaincy. The city Democratic committee of F'vderioksburg has decided net to assess the candidates for the primary election. The expenses will be raised for the necessary amount by subscrip? tion. Wharton Grove Camp, near Weenis, Lancaster county, begins on Friday, July 28, and lasts ten days. Services will be conducted bj Kev. H. M. Wharton, 1). D., and Rev. A. C. bar? ron, D. D. Appointments of State Cadets to tl . V. M. 1. to represent the First, Eighth, Fourteenth, Nineteenth and Thirty-fourth District will be made August 10th. For information apply to Scott Shipp, Superintendent Lex? ington, Va. Republican, of Roanoke at a mass meeting to elect 20 delegates to the State convention adopted a resolution requesting Judge h. h. Lewis, of Rich? mond, to permit thc usc of his name as the Republican candidate for Gov? ernor of Virginia. Berkeley, the famous river planta? tion, thc* birth-place of benjamin Harrison, signer of the Declaration of Independence, and also the birthplace of William Henry Harrison, was sold Friday to J. M. Willis, of Hampton. The siiin of $22,500 was paid for thc plantation. Col. Thomas H. Carter, after a de? cade of faithful work in thc proctor thip, has severed his official connec? tion with the University of Virginia, and, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Robert B, Lee, lias gone to the White Sulphur Springs to spend the summer. The Redlands Club, of Charlottes? ville, composed of the leading Demo? crats ot Charlottesville and Albemarle, has elected President Roosevelt an honorary member of the club. Capt. Micajah Woods was directed to in? form Mr. Roosevelt of his election to honorary membership. Rev. Dr. Arthur S. Lloyd, of New Jersey.formerly ofSt. Luke's Church, Norfolk, is one of the ministers most frequently mentioned for bishop co? adjutor of the Southern Diocese ot of Virginia. This office will be filled at a special meeting of the Episcopal Council to bc held in October. The monument erected by Amelia Chapter, Daughters of Confederacy, was unveiled at Amelia C. H. Satur? day. There was a great crowd pres? ent. Gov. Montague made the memo? rial address. The monument is t handsome pedestal of granite, sur? mounted by a figure of a Confederate soldier in heroic size. By sending his check for $100 tc Democratic State Chairman Ellysor Col. J. Alston Cabell of Richmonc disposed of thc report that he wonk likely retire from the race for tin office of Lieutenant-Governor. Whei the campaign opened there were thre< candidates in the field?James R Oat/MX. Pborlawj T. T_lapdjaPflv.I..A'?>t/U later. When 5lr Ellyson came ou Col. Caton and Mr. Bland withdrew Mr. Cabell, however, will fight to thi end. Gov. Montague spoke to a large au (Hence in Manchester Saturday night He defended himself vigorousb against the recent attacks made oi him. He went after Senator Martii aggressively. In defending the Cor Deration Commission from the Sena tm's criticism he said Mr. Martin wa either trying to villify the Democrats paity of Virginia or to break dowi thc Corporation Commission in thi interests of thc railroads. The gov ernor charged that the Martin faetioi was responsible for the last State con vention's failure to endorse his ad ministration, such a thing not huvinj occurred before in vears. Free Scholarships. The following scholarships are ol fered to the pupils from the publi schools of this county prepared to ac cept: University of Virginia, Onari cock, $50; Washington and Lee Uni versify to Chincoteague $50; to Atlati tic $60; to Metompkin $50; to Lee$50 Pungoteague $50; Onancock $50; an to county at large $50; Pres. Lyon G Tyler, State Male Normal, Wm. an Mary, Williamsburg.to Accomac cour ty Bu scholarships, value, each $53 Pres. J. M. M'Bryde, V. P. L, Blacks burg,to Accomac county four scholai ships, value ead $.'$0; Pres. J. L. Jai man,State Female Normal, Farmvilh to Accomac Co. two scholarships value each $30. Very respect fully, G. G. Joynes, Supt. Onancock, Va., June 28, 190"). CHOLERA INFANTUM. Child Not Expected to Live From Or Hour to Another, but Cured b Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ar Diarrhoea Remedy. Ruth, the little daughter of E. 1 Dewey, of Agnewville, Va., was sei ously ill of cholera infantum last sur mer. "We gave her up and did ni expect her to live from one hour another," he says. "I happened think of Chamberlain's Colic, Chole: and Diarrhoea Remedy and got bottle of it from the store. In fi' hours I saw a change for the bette We kept on giving it and before si had taken the half of one small bott she was well. This remedy is f sale by B. S. Ashby & Co., Accomac, and all county agencies. BUSINESS NOTICES. For Rent?For 1906 the Green H farm, near New Church. Apply to Mrs. Nettie Jones, Bloxom, Va. Lots for sale. Apply to Mrs. Dave Mears, Painter, Va To Metompkin Bkach andRktc! ?My launch and monitor will lea Folly Wharf every Thursdav,2 o'cloc for Metompkin Beach, taking passe -vvs on the round trip for 25 cents 1 adults, 15 cents for children. I j also open for engagements any d in the week to any point on the st sule. W. H. Lang, Accomac C. H Notice to Oyster Planters you are in need of a watchman wr 80 Box 21, Exmore, Va ill For Sale?Late Flat Dutch cabbage dants at 10 cents per 100. Wm. F. Bayne, Tasley, Va. Notice?All persons indebted to the rotate ol Abbott Davis, deceased, are lerebv respectfully notified that pay? ment must be made by August 15th. \fter that date all unpaid claims will i>e placed in tho hands of an officer tor collection. H. T. Davis, Agent. When you want a pleasant laxative that is easy to take and certain to act, use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets. For sale by B. S. Ashby & Co., Accomac, and all county agencies. For Salk?Bateau, 16 feet long, Hoi' Island build, good sailer and well rigged. S. A. Milliner, Accomac C. IL, Va. Where are you sick? Headache, foul-tongue, no appetites lack energy, pain in your stomach, constipation? Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well "and keep you well. 35 cents, Wm. P. Bell & Co., Hall's Pharmacy, Parksley. For Rent?For 1906 two houses at Kellar. Apply to. * MrB. R T. Walter, Kellar, Va. For Rent?The late home of John Finney, deceased, atFinney's wharf, posession to be given at once. It is a delightful home with everything in good repair.hasbeautiful lawn,garden, stables so. Spencer F. Rogers, agent for Mrs. Susan A. Finney. Notice?The Onawa Social Union will hold their annual fair near Mappsburg Station, on August 15th, and continue four days. Alexander Booker, Sec. "Notice?The Central Agricultural Fair Association, colored, will hold their seventh annual fair at Tasley, Va., August 22d, and continue four days. S. L. Burton, Pres., Jas. D. Uzzle, Sec., Onancock, Va. Notice?A light colored old cow which has been trepassing on me can bc found on my premises. The owner will please call for her, pay charges and take away. Walter J. Spence, Quinby Va. Notice?Those wishing water trips during the summer on seaside will get good service on a fast comfortable boat, the Launch Virginia,at moderate prices. Will take parties anywhere from Chincoteague to Smith's Island and can carry up to twenty persons comfortably. Wish to thank friends for liberal patronage last year and so? liciting continuance of same will try to please them in every way. Capt, L. T. Stevens, Wachapreague, Va., or H. E. Mearst Keller, Va. For Sale?My house and lot in Belle Haven. For terms apply to Mrs. Margaret S. Mears, Painter, Va. Beautify your complexion, with little cost. If ybu wish a smooth, clear, creamlike complexion, rosy cheeks, laughing eyes, take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea, greatest beautifier known. 35 cents. Wm. P Bell & Co., Hall's Pharmacy, Parksley. ..__>& _^A>-cl.9*t* J#??i.DH*Wb*r,abba_e J Vi. Landon, Finneys, Va. For Sale or Rent?The Stran farm, situated in one mile of Parksley . It contains 300 acres, is in high state ol cultivation and has an abundance ol resources thereon. Can be subdivided into three good farms. J. H. Hopkins, agent for Mrs. Wm. P. Custis. For Rent?For the year 1906 thc "Main Place" of the Floyd farm,known as Sea View, in Custis Neck, neal Accomac C. H.,and at present tenan? ted by Mr. C. S. Watkinson. Saic filace is a fertile and productive high and farm, requires 4 horses to culti vate it properly, is eligibly located or Folly Creek commanding a fino view of the Atlantic ocean, has a largeanc conveniently arranged dwelling houst and all necessary outbuildings thereor and is plentifully supplied withresour ces for manure. Apply to Capt. John W. Rogers, Onley, Va., or Jas. G. Nock, Onley, or Wachapreague. Not a cent wanted, unless you an cured. If you are sick and ailing take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea A great blessing to the human family Makes you well?keeps you well. 3J cents, Tea or Tablets. Wm. P. Bell & Co., Hall's Pharmacy, Parksley. Notice?Farm for sale or rent fo next year, 1906, where Mr. Samuel C Abbott now lives, about one, 1, mil east of Mappsville, Va.,directly soutl of Mr. David D. Abbott's. Apply to Tully G. Fisher, Pocomoke, City, Md. May 23d, 1905. To Whom it may Concern?Ai persons are hereby forewarned, unde penalty of legal prosecution, fror gunning, hunting, oystering, cuttin; timber or anywise trespassing on Pai ramore's Island, or any waters,creeks guts or flats on or connected wit said Island. Edwin T. Powell, John W. Richardson, Lessees. To the Farmers of the Eastern Shore I am sorry I could not fill thc ordei you gave me for my patent barrel du ing the Irish potato season. 1 wish t say to you that I am now in a bett* position to furnish you with my barn for sweet potatoes and give you a bett, made barrel. Those of you, who Lav used my barrel, I am quite sure ha\ found it all I claim for lt and I will sa to those who have not used them it the barrel you should use for three rei sous. 1st. Because they are the standai size and all the same. 2nd. Becauae they are ventilated an there is no chopping of barrels to 1 done. 3rd. Because they will stand tl weather, both sunshine and rain, cai not dry out and fall to pieces and ai always ready for use. I will be glad to supply you at ac KN point possible. I auk you to neild I ve your orders at once so that I can supp! k, as many of you as I possibly can as yo n- kn ->w it is impossible to furnish all: 'or the same time.so do not wait uutil tl im day you want them, ay All orders received by word, mail < sa- phone, will have prompt attention an will be filled according to your turn. To those who have been dealing wit me I thank them for their patron aj and ask for a continuance of the san -If aud those who have not I ask to gh ito me a trial. John W. Taylor, Hallwood, Va. 'losing Out Sale. We must vacate cu August 9th, berefore have decided to discontinue lie Mercantile business and offer lor EntireSt oek at and Below Cost. They must go regardless of cost sud Jl who wish to buy goods at whole isle prices will do weil to come and ook over our linc and buy what they vant. The prices will surprise them. We have a Large and Assorted stock, mob as Ladies and Geuts collars sud mils, all kinds of Neckwear, Ladies ind Gents, Misses and Children's hose, a large and well assorted lot of Ham? burg.* and insertions, Laces and Em? broideries of all kinds,* lents line shirts, [Irugsof all kinds including Warners Safe Cure, Kodal, Peruna, Dr. Pierce's Holden Medical Discovery, Lydia Pink hams Vegetable Compound, Celery Compound and Walpole. Cod Liver nil, a large linc of Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Dishes, cups and saucers, Lamps. Ac, 100 men's and Boys line Btraw hats. _."> cents each, many of them worth BO cents and fl .00 kc,. Ac. As wc arc going to close out it is necessary that all our store accounts be settled and all persons owing us are respectfully but earnestly urged to set? tle up by August 9th. or they will find their accounts in the hands of an ofll Oef for collection. Thanking our friends and the public for their patronage since we have been in business, wc beg lo remain. Very Respectfully, G. R. JUSTIS & SON, Leemont, Va. COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, Two hundred and twelfth session be? gins September 14th, 1906. Two courses: (1), Collegiate Course, lesding to the degiaes of H. A. and M. A.; (2), Normal Coarse. Tuition free and board at reduced rites. Building renovated and newly equipped, lighted with elec? tricity and supplied with pure arte?lan water. Send for catalogue. LYONG.TVLER. Pres dent, M. A., LL.D. Carriages, Carriages. We are the sole Agents for the Novelty Carriage Works, and sever.1 others of thc largest manufacturer s In thc country. We have the largest as? sortment of vehicles ever shown on the Peninsula, we have a carload of the lightest surreys, also a full assortment of the very lightest and neatest bug? gies, wire and wood wheel runabouts, umbrellas,reed and speed carts, duplex wagon gears, etc. Another car of light buggies to arrive In a few day. Lilliston & Custis, Onancock, Va. VIRGINIA :?In Um Circuit (Hurt for the couti ty of Accomack. in the vacation of the said court on the 17th dar of July. A. D.. ltfCfi. .lanie. H. Mason.Plaintif against John Frederic Hill, ia his own right, aldo aa exe? cutor of Sarah K. Hill, deceased. 8. James Tur Jlnrton. trustee, and I-*** H Phillip*..?-: In Chancery. The object of thin nutt is to obtain a deem against the defendant, John Frederic Hill, lol the iiaymtnt of such sum of money as the sair plaintiff is bound to pay as surety for the sail John Frederic Hill, executor of Sarah K. Hill de Ce_Md? upon Bia otticiitl bond as said executor also to obtain a lien liy attachment upon the rea estate devised unto tin- said John Frederic Hil liy the suid Sarah E. Hill, situated at Onley, Ac comack County Virginia, and to subject the sail real estate to the payment of said lien. Affidavit barine In-en made before the Clerk o the said Court, that John Frederic Hill, one o the defendants iu the above entitled cause, is i non-resident of the State of Virginia, on th motion of the plaintiff, by his attorney, it ia or dered that he.the sail! non-resident defendant, di appear hen- within fifteen days after due publi cation of this onler and do what is necessary ti protect his interest; and that this onler \m pul; lished once a wuk for four successive weeks ii the "'Peninsula Enterprise." a newspaper pulj Iished at Accomack C. H., Virginia, and als* posted at the front door ol Ute Oourt-Hnaee c the said County on the Hrst Monday in August A. H.. lKVi. Test*: John D, (Irant, C. C. A Copy Teste: John D. Orant. C. C. S. Jame* Turlington, p. Oj. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, "Sr MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PHARMACY. ri X r?i ( STANDARD. First-Class )N .methods. - m y EQUIPMENT, I CLINICS. Fof WO-page Catalogue, add re ti THE PROCTOR. 'l nc unieietice m Hour lies somewhat in the wheat and a great deal in the milling. Tlie difference in price lies somewhat in the quality, and a great deal in the selling. Our flour is better than comm on flour, because it's milled from uncom? monly fine wheat, by an uncommonly perfect pro? cess. It ia cheaper because we sell it direct to the con? sumer at wholesale rates. The jobber and retailer have no place in our sys? tem. We give you their profits. A single barrel, or as much as you want, at wholesale rates. Write us for prices. Eagle mils, POCOMOKE CITY, MD. Boilers and Emsrioes Stationary and Marine Gasoline Engines, Machinery of all kinds, Mill Supplies, Belting, Oils, Saws, Boiler Feeders, &c, Columbia Dry Cell and Kdis<>ns Lelande Batteries, Gasoline Engine, Cylinder and Lubricating oils, Dynamos, Spark Coils, Switches, Propellers, &c. L. W. Cunby Co., Salisbury, Md. N. B. Wo havp a large well equipped Machine Shop prepared to do any kind of work. L. J. MKLHON. J.S. MATH I AH Organized January 25th, 1898. Greenbush Mfg. Co., General Herdhandise. The only fUnufacturlng Industry of its kind on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Manufacturing all kinds *i YELLOW PINE and OAK LUMBER, for the cotiHtrtictiou of all kindH of building-. Lime, Hair, Cement, Brieks, NailH,a_c. in stock. We manufacture THICK BARRELS. Headquarters for PUMP PIPE, PUMPS and POINTS. Pipe cat and thread? ed for any length- from ij to _ inches in diameter. Thanking tue public for oast favors and soliciting a continuance of your patronage. Sincerely yours, Greenbush Mfg Co., Near Accomac C. H. -Manufacturers of? Marble and Granite Monu? ments, Headstone., Tablets, cte GEORGE L. SEVILLE, I Manager, Pocomoke City, Md. j Selling Off at Cost. We will nell all goods at cost, except groceries, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Boote, Shoes, and other goods too numerous to men? tion during the month of J uly, to make room for large new stock of FALL GOODS. All are requested to give uh a call ??t.n want 1,ur,rollin A. F. M KAUS & CO. N. B. Flour Middlings at f M.00 per ton just arrived. A. F. M. Builders'flaterial ave a large line of all kinds o' BUILDERS' MATERIAL, and can eave you morey if yon will call to see us We name lu part: Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Mantels, Newels, Gable Orna? ments, Brackets, Laths, Bricks, Shingles, Hair, Lime, Cement and very select Cypress Railing very cheap. ? ? ? A trial order will convince you that we can save you money. Let .8 give you our prices. Q.T. BENSON & CO., Keller, Va. jtrong, Reliable and Prompt ARE THESE: VIRGINIA FIRE & MARINE of Richmond, Va. PETERSBURG SAVINGS AND Insurance Company. iETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Conn. PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY of Brooklyn. ST. PAUL INSURANCE COMPANY of St. Paul, Minn. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Company of N. Y. PRUDENTIAL FIRE INSURANCE Company. NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS. Losses Settled with Promptness aud Liberality. Lowest Current Rates. We respectfully solicit your patron? age. Kelly & Nottingham, Onancock, Va. Thoroughbred SPANISH JACK. JACK WRIGHT is black with white points. Was sired by BLACK 8ATIN, he by MARK LOFTY PRINCE. Our Jack measures five feet, well shaped, very active. For fui ther particulars write or phone to WM. T. J. LEWIS, Hopkins P. 0., Va. rAMERlCASM0STP_ItFECTV>rl_E_t ThbRacycu DIFFER* FROM A BICYCLC kPlSHES 1-4 EASIER 1 THE MIAMI /CYCL& _-MF'G CO.] MIDDLETOWN. OHIO.U.&-, /---rte #? liloxom & Son, ^ Mappsville, Va. A lim Kain inti.*. Kables and Bloxom Specials. (Send for Catalogues.) ? We nell more Bicycles than any tw< Dealers in County, also (ieueral Merchandise. Bloxom & Son. Hi (?..allwood National Bank, HALLWOOD, VA,, CAPITAL, $25,000, Patronage Solicited. s. \v. MATTHEWS. J. W. BROUGHTON, J.T. LEWIS, Pre__.ii Vice-Preside. tush ic DIRECTORS: Jas. A. Hall. J. M. Bloxom, J. Vt. llroushton _.H.Conqu*_t, Martin Hall Jos. W. Taylor. Dr. Frank F1etcher,*I. \V. Taylor.S. W.Mattluws undertaKing. We ha > e recently purchased a nev. hearse a d outfit, and ar* now pre pared to All all orders with neatness and promptness. We also have a full line of coffins, caskets and all materials for burying the dead, and removing them from graveyards to cemeteries. Pine heart always on hand. We kindly solicit a share of your patronage. Respectfully, L, T. Crowson __ .Son. Telephone Call JTJ8TI8VILLB, VA. COW PEAS. SOY BEANS. Choice stock of seed, guaranteed to be sound. Four varieties. $2.00 per bushel. ALLEN & COOPER, Salisbury, Md. 3-28 2m PARKSLEY COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY, PARKSLEY VA. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Building Material, Building ardwaro, Feed, etc. Are you going to build, if so it will pay you to inspect our stock of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stair Rails, Newels, ackets, Porch Trimmings, Building Hardware, Florida and North Caroline linden, Ceiling, Flooring, Cypress Lumber and lathes. (Jeorgia Fine Heart a ecialty. We are headquarters for Everything in the Feed Line, large quantities and sell at the smallest possible margin, Hay, Corn, Oats, ran, High grade Middlings and chops. Our Carriage, Wagon and Harness Department full and complete, we Invite your inspection before buying. We also carry a full stock of 'oal, Bricks, Lime, Cement, Salt, Terra Cotta Piping, Ameri? can and Ellwood wire Fence, arming Inipleuients, Disk and Beg Tooth Harrows, Planet Jr., cultivator!, lows, etc. Do you intend to paint your dwelling, if so use lirshberg, Hollanders Htag Brand, H. M. Paste paint. It is the best and heapest (One gallon makes two). We carry a full assortment of colors. I f you wish to contract for a building give us a call. Our Architect, W. il Bowen will furnish you with latest desigus, plans, etc., and will do your vork in the best workmanlike manner. We give you a few names as reference of work done by us, O. L Ewell Vugustus J. Barks, Columbus Bundick, all of Barksley.aud Will Matthews, E. ?V. Russell and Ashton J. Lewis, all of Leemont, Va. We ask a share of your patrouage,and assure you that any orders by phone ir mail will receive prompt attention. Parksley Coal and Supply Co. :>i A least tor the eye and a saving of your bank account is ir motto in the following lines: We mention first BUILDING MATERIAL. We have one of the largest and best selected stocks on the Shore, such as Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Mantels, Mantel? shelves, Gable Ornaments, Porch and and Stair Work, and we have it all in stock so you can see just what you are going to get. If you can't come and examine our stock send us an estimate, if we do you no good we can't possibly do you any harm. lilli! ail Door Screens also Screen Ita all Sir., an. Kinds. If you are going to paint your home come and buy one quart and try it. We know you will use no other?-10 gallons painted the ODancock Hotel one coat. Figure how many feet one gallon covered. PUMPS, TOPS, PIPE AND POINTS, ALL KIND. Oil Stoves, (M Stoves iii Rannes in Endless Varietv CART AND CARRIAGE MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. HARDWARE. A full line of Builders' Hardware, Cutlery and Carpenter', tools always on hand. HORSE GOODS. Last but not least we are Horse Outfitters. We carry every thing that a horse needs, such as Harness, Spreads, Collars, Pad*. Kly Nets, Boots, Bandages, Hopples, Bits (of all kind*), Toe Weights, everything you need for road or track. We can't tell you the half, come and see our stock and b-3 convinced we have lots of inside bargains for the outside world. Onancock Hardware Sash and Door Co., Successor to DELL <3c JUSTIS. Onancock, Va. PIANOS There in a great difference in tbe tone of pianos, and alto a treat differ? ence in their wear. If you have not confidence lu your own judgment, you have to depend on the honor and honesty >f the lirui with whom you deal. We never abuse the confidence of our patrons aud refer wah pride to over two thousand satisfied customers iu the Tide-water counties of \ irginia. Every instrument is fully guaranteed by the manufacturer and by us. We stand between the manufacturer and the customer to protect the latter. Reliable new upright pianos from |*__.00 to $700.00, including the follow? ing celebration. SOHMER, STULTZ& BALER, PEASE, DAVENPORT & TRKCY, BECKER BROTHERS, WILBUR, and BAUS. Write for Catalogues. A largo assortment of second-baud pianos aud organs at bargain prices. J. P. CAULFIELD A CO., 2__t2 N. Howard St., Baltimore, Md Carriages, Road Carts, and harness. I have the largest and most complete stock of CARRIAGE, ROAD CARTS AND HARNESS. South ol' Wilmington. Just received a car load of Carriages and Road Carts at all prices. I also have my celebrated makes at reduced prices. Come and look and you will find everything kept in a first-class Carriage and Sad? dlery establishment and you will find everything as repre? sented. Thanking you for past favors and asking a continuance of same. Respectfully, Geo. W. Covington, New Church, Va. Crisfield Ice Cream Co., ?(Successor to)? Wm. S. Richardson and the F. W. Shivers Co., -Manufacturers of Plain and Fancy Cream, Water Ices, Frozen Fruits, &c. Near Ice Plant. Crisfield, MJ. amK^ The plant of the F. W. Shivers Co. having been purchased and added to that of the Crisfield Ice Cream Co. gives us capac? ity of 1,000 gallons daily. The new plant now in operation and all orders will be fi'l ed promptly. Can ship by Express to any station or by steamer to any wharf on Peninsula. Garroll Crockett, Manager, CRISFIELD, Md.