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PEACE COMPACTS.
tome *?f th. Mont ImpnrtnM TrMtUl
In Modern History.
If Russians aud Japanese really ne?
gotiate their p*MC_ ngreemeut at Waeb
Ington the treaty will bo known ns tho
"treaty of Washington." Among the
most Important of the world's treaties
are thf following: Tho treaty of West
phalia, 1048, which ended tho Thirty
Years' war. The peace of tho Pyrenees,
1659. definitely marked tho full of
Spain from its position as tho leader of
Europe. A historian says: "When Spain
signed with France the peace of the
Pyrenees she signed away with lt the
last remnant of the suproinncy she had
exercised in Eurolie. Franco, the vic?
tor, took tho place of Spain in tho coun?
cils of the continent." Ry tho ponce of
Augsburg. 1566, religions freedom was
assured to Germ?nj and the wars be?
tween l'rotostants nnd Catholics carno
to au end. The treaty of Utrecht in
1713 terminated the wur of the Spanish
i__c__rton.
A number of thc most important trea?
ties In modern history ore known as
the treaties of Paris. They are six in
number nnd boar the dates of 1703,
1783. 1814, 1S13, 183. and 1806. Tho
first of thc series marked the cud of thc
Seven Years' war. Among other thing
It provided for the cession to Groat
Britain of Canada and tho region east
of the Mississippi river. Tho treaty of
Paris, Sept. S, 17S;*, between Great
Britain and the United States marked
the close of the American Revolution
and recognized the Independence of tho
colonies. The aggressions of France
under Nnpoloon lound their conclusion
In the treaties of Paris of ISM and
1813, by the second of which France
,was compelled to pay an indemnity to
the allies amounting in all to near '
1300.000,000.
In lSoO a treaty of Paris was con- j
eluded among tho powers at the dos. ,
of the Crimean war. It provided that
the Black sea should bo neutralized nnd
that lt should be thrown open to the
merchant marino of every nation. Tho
treaty of Paris of Dec. 10, 1888, terml
natod the Spanish-American war. Spain
relinquished Its sovereignty lu Cuba
and ceded Porto Rico, Guam nnd the
Philippines to the United States. For
the Philippines lt received f20.000.000.
Other important treaties were that of
Berlin, settling the eastern Question,
187S, and Frankfort-on-the-Maiu. May
10, 1871, securing peace between
France and Germany.
Latin was formerly tho language
used In treaties, but treaties to which
sevsral European powers aro parties
are now generally drawn up in
French, tho uso of which became com?
mon In the time of Louis XIV., but the
final act of the congress of Vienna,
1815, contains a protest against the
lise of this language being obligatory.
A great European treaty usually be?
gins, "In tho name of the Most Holy
and Indivisible Trinity," or if the sul?
tan of Turkey is a party, "In the name
of Almighty God."?Chicago New3.
I'-rl* Mendicity Meaneing-.
Complaints are being made in Paris
of tbs Increase In mendicity, and a
number of the leading business men in
the main thoroughfares have ap?
proached the police authorities on this
matter. It is high time that the nub
.ance were abated. When In a popu?
lous thoroughfare like the Avenue dc
I'Opera. the Rue de la Palx or th*
Rue Royale a man sits down in the
middle of the pavement, stretching his
legs out as wide as possible and caus
lng pedestrians no little trouble to pasi
him, or when a woman hangs on t<
the door of a carriage, refusing to le
go her hold until something is glvei
her, lt more resembles demnndluj
baeksheegh than asking for charity
Of course, the beggars who do this an
old hands, professionals dead to sens*
of shame, and lt ls to be regretted tba
tender hearted poople ever open thel
hearts and their purses to them. How
ever, spurred on by the lnfluentla
shopkeepers of the leading thorougl
fares, the police will undoubtedly tnk
energetic action, and one unpleasant
Bess will be removed from the stroet
?f this charming capital. ? Londo
Globe.
Mourninai Shoe*.
Shoes have boen specialized for
hundred and one purposes?walkin]
dancing, yachting, golfing, house, bot
doir and opera wear nnd many otb*
uses?but shoes especially for those i
mourning are a variety of footwei
that only u few manufacturers woul
Ihiuk of producing. Su*'h shoes ai
made in Lynn, and one firm shov
them among its staple samples.
The mourning shoe consists of a der
luster black leather made ap on . st>
Ish last and ornamented with mour
ful looking black ribbons and bead
1'hat lt ls a very proper shoe ninoi
society women is shown by an ord
which a I.ynu firm lately received. Tl
order was for a pair of white ennv,
ihoes, made on a certain last, nnd
was filled out in tho usual form, b
at the bottom was appended the fi
lowing: "Please be sure that the edg
ind heels are blacked, as the lady ls
mourning."
Black ribbon bows were placed
the Bhoes, aud thus the mourning ld
ivas carried out.?Shoe Retailer.
Double Coufirtttulutlnnn.
Fnther John P. Chldwlck, who v
chaplain of the Maine at the time
her destruction in Havana harbor i
who has now returned to his flock
New York city, is a divine with a k
sense of humor. The "Little Fntln
ns he was affectionately known on
Maine, carried in one of the big in;
ance companies of this city the lari
Insurance carried by any officer in
nary. It wus directly after the Ml
dlsar-ter that Father Chldwick recel
from the company a letter which rt
When Issuing your policy wo uer*
aware of the hazardous nature of j
calling and therefore request that
will return to us your policy that wa i
Insert tho "extra hazardous" clause.
Congratulating you on your tm ape,
.re, yours, etc.
Father Chidwick wrote this reply
As your agent insured me in tho v
room of the Maine, ho must have kn
the nature of my calling, and 1 there
refuse to send you back my policy.
Congratulating you on my escape, I
its.
?New York Hera
One Dollar Saved Represents
Dollars Earned.
The average man does not sa^
exceed ten per cent, of his earn
Ile must spend nine dollars in 1
expenses for every dollar sawd.
being the case he cannot'be too
ful about unnecessary expenses,
often a few cents properly inve
like buying seeds for his garden,
save several dollars outlay late
It is the same in buying Chamber!
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re?
it cost but a few cents, and a l
of it in the house often saves a do*
bill of several dollars. For sale
B, S. Ashby & Cc
Accomac ,and all county agenc
MEERSCHAUM PIPES.
i Test by Which to Tell tbe Genata.
From tbe SnuHons.
Once upou n time Uiere was a man
vho spent eight of tho best years of
ill life coloring n meerschaum pipe,
inly to Hud nt the end of that period
hat he had boen nursing a piece of
?massakopfe" instead of the genuine
'ocume de mer." The "massakopfe"
s a composition made of the parings of
,euulne meerschnum and a mineral
?lay. The parings are triturated to a
lue powder, bolled In wnter and mold
xl Into blocks, with or without the ad
lltlon of clny. Fnch block ls then cut
Into n bowl, but ns it contracts consid?
erably it must be left some time to
Iry. These bowls are distinguished
from tho genuine meerschaum by their
greater specific gravity, but there ls no
absolutely certain test by which the
real meerschaum can be told from the
L-omposition.
In forming a pipe from "ecume de
iner" tho silicate of magnesia ls pre?
pared for the operation hy soaking In
ti composition of wai, oil and fats.
The wax and oil absorbed by the meer?
schaum ure tlie cause of tlie color pro?
duced by smoking. Tho heat of tho
burning tobacco owe- the wax imd
fatty substances to pass through tho
stages of a dry distillation, and, be?
coming associated with the products
of the distillation of the tobacco, they
are diffused through thc substances of
the bowl, producing those gradations
of tint which are so much prized. In
some cases tho bowls aro artificially
colored by dipping them, before being
soaked In wax, in n solution of sul?
phate of iron, either alone or mixed
with dragon's blood.
Oood meerschaum is soft enough to
be indented by the thumb nail. It
yields readily to the knife, especially
after having beeu wetted. There are
various densities. Some kinds sink in
water; others float on the surface.
Those of medium density are preferred
by the pipe maker, for the light varie?
ties are porous nnd even cavernous.
Many judges assume that the heavier
kinds are spurious, but there ls no ab?
solute proof that such ls the case. A
negative test may be mentioned. Th?
composition bowls never exhibit those
little blemishes which result from the
presence of foreign bodies In the nat?
ural meerschaum. Therefore If a
blemish occur iu a meerschaum bowl,
which ls very frequently the case, the
genuineness of tho bowl ls rendered
most probable. But as blemishes do
not show until nfter the bowl hns been
used for some time the test ls not of
much value.?New York Press.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
An old man doesn't care much for
Jokes.
What's the use of giving advice?
People won't take lt.
Not many men know If the advlco
their wives give ls good or bad, as they
seldom act upou lt.
To every man: Know what puts that
sad look on your wife's face. Every
one suspects that lt ls you.
Every man who ls nearing the end ol
his days must regret the worry he has
glveu to false alarms all through life.
Do not go too much Into details li
your conversation. If you touch onlj
the high places you can get over mon
ground.
"When you Inquire of a man, "Hov<
are you?' he will reply, "Oh" (with i
long pause on the "oh"), "pretty well'
Indicating that he could be a whole lo
better.?Atchlson Globe.
A Painter. Broken Arm.
A friend once entered the studio o
George Inness, tho American land
scape painter, while he was at wor
and remarked that the picture on th
easel seemed to him much better tha
certain former works of the arti*
"Right!" said Inness. "This ls goin
to be one of my best thlng3, and th
reason is that I have had the good lue
to break my right arm and am oblige
to paint with my left hand. You see
he added, showing his right hand lu
6ling, "this hand had become so danu
clever that I could not catch up wil
it, and lt painted away without m
while this hand" ? showing tbe Iel
with which he held hl3 brush?"is aw
ward and can do nothing without me
Judicial Tantrntns.
After a service of nearly thirty yea
as recorder of Dublin Sir Frederi
Falkiner is about to retire at tlie a
of seventy-four.
Bli Frederick ls noted through*!
Ireland as one of the most lrrital
judges upon the bench, and he ls r
slow to uncork the vials of his wra
when "anything in the handling of
case evokes his displeasure.
In his earlier days he was constan
in hot water, but lt was found that I
bark was worse than his bite, aud af
awhile the counsel practicing lu
court learned to receive with stolid
his tirades of abuse.
It was astonishing to a chance i
ltor to behold a recorder dressing do
a lawyer who stood silent before
torrent of words, but the lawyer v
knew that before the court closed
recorder would make amends for
outbreak by singling the unfortun
attorney to be the recipient of sc
marked compliment.
The retirement of Sir Frederick '
remove from the Irish bench one ol
most picturesque figures, but his m
ory will live in the legal frateri
through the good stories told of his i
breaks and apologies.
In IVew York More tionnu
It ls intensely Irritating when pos
a book package, for instance, '.o tr;
vain at some half dozen pillar b(
before finding one Into which the pi
et can bc easily inserted.
America has its own way of g
piing with this difficulty. The ]
York post box is as Irresponsive as
London pillar box to the demand
the book packet. But In New York
will find packages piled on top of
boxes and when tho pile totters i
placed on the sidewalk beneath.
York on the whole is probably no 1
honest than London. But no one s<
to fear theft of the Inviting book i
et, and the confidence ls amply j
Bed. Shall we trust our fellow tint
?London Chronicle.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ant
arrhoea Remedy?The Best I
Existence.
T. M. Wood, manager of the \>
County News, Beebe, Ark., is an
sentative southern business man,
does not hesitate in expressing
good opinion of a well known ren
He says, "It gives me pleasured
ommend Chamberlain's Colic, Ch
and Diarrhoea Remedy, having
it myself and in my family witl
best results. In fact I believe it
the best remedy of the kind in *
ence." Sold by
B. S. Ashby & Co.
Accomac, and all comity agenci
To The Public.
We are in a position to tur
ish you with almost every
liing in the
HARDWARE LINE
hat the trade demands, such as
STOVES AND REPAIRS,
'UMPS, and Pipe, Mechanics
cols, Fanning Implements,and
nany other things too numerous
o mention.
Pump driving, Tin roofing
md Repairing, Specialties.
All orders promptly filled
ind at fair prices.
Yours For Business
Doremuss savage.
Belle Haven, Va.
Renovated and Opened*
My HOTEL at BLOOMTOW VA.,
is now occupied by Mr. William Har?
rison Lewis and family. All need
have no fear in giving them a share
of their patronage, as Mrs. Lewis has
few finials as a hotel hostess. Heat?
ed bedrooms furnished if desired with?
out extra expense.
A first-class LIVERY is still being
run hy me in connection with hotel.
Will meet passengers at Wisharts
and other points with team upon no?
tice by writing or phoning direct to
hotel.
Will convey two or more passengers
from Bloomtown to Wisharts for 25
cents each, or from Wisharts to Bloom?
town same rate.
Harry T. White,
BLOOMTOWN, VA.
Cemetery Notice.
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Persons in Accomac and adjoining counties
wishinc to mark thc grTave ot a relative or friend
with a
Monument
TABLET, TOMB or HEADSTONE
in Murillo er Polilhcd (Iraiiite, can now do so at
ii mt.v small outlay us wc keen in stock a large
collection of finished work of modem desi_n? of
thc best workmanship and at thc very lowest
nrto.es.
115 N. Liberty 8t. near Lexing?
ton also 311 3. Charles St.
Gaddess Brothers,
Established Seventy-Fire Yean.
Baltimore.Md.
A DOLLAR MADE IS A DOLLAR BAV-1
If so, write to the
LAUREL
LAUREL, DEL.,
?Davis Bro., Propn etors,
For prices on Head and Foo
Stones, Monument, Iron Railin
and all cemetery work in ger
eral, and save money.
Davis & Bro.,
LAUREL, DEL.
Agents?W. H.Pruitt,Temperau.
ville; E. J. Winder, Onancoc]
GIO. W. Ahdkll, Belle Haven;
Bird k Drummond, Orangeville;
Lloyd Smith. Pungoteague.
Strong, Reliable and Promj
ARE THESE-.
VIRGINIA FIRE A MARINE
of Richmond, Va.
PETERSBURG HAYINGS AND
lueurance Company.
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPAQ
ot Hartford, Conn.
PHENIX INSURANCE COMPAQ
of Brooklyn.
ST. PAUL INSURANCE COMPAI
of St. Paul, Minn.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
Company of N. Y.
PRUDENTIAL FIRE INSURAN
Company.
NEW YORK UNDERWRITE!
Losses Settled with Promptness I
Liberality.
Lowest Current Rates.
We respectfully solicit your patr
age.
Kelly & Nottingham,
Onancock, Va.
Builders' flateri
We have a large line of all kind!
BUILDERS' MATERIAL,
and can save you money if you
call to see us.
We name in part:
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Mouldings, Mantel.,
Newels, Gable Orna?
ments, Brackets, Laths,
Bricks, Shingles, Hair,
Lime, Cement and very
select Cypress Railing
very cheap. ?- ? ?
A trial order will convince yon
we can save you money.
Let us give you our prices*
G. T.BENSON & CO.,
Keller, V
HASE BROS.
IACKLEY
ARLISLE
PIANO;
DEFY COMPETITION.
Pianos.
Pianos.
Pianos.
6,000 have been sold in Virginia within the past 86 years.
Call and see them or write for Catalogue.
Pianos sold at factory prices and on easy terms.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
3. (?>?
rick Block?Main Street,
, MTgrs. Agent.
ONANCOCK, VA.
ij^tilliipepg and potion .
Having secured the services of P frct-clas*
MILLINER we areprepared to perve our
patrons In the most a rtistic manner. Don't
fall to see our LA 9ES and EMBROIDERY.
M. A. McGrath & Co.,
Onancock, Va.
MAIN ST.,
Next Door to Postofflce,
We are now prepared for you for the SPRING and SUMMER, after visiting
all thc 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 hrought down here. Amoug all the new things we have the Sporty
Brown Suits, and ull the latest styles for nil ages, at very leasonable prices.
SHOES, HATS AND GENTS FURNISHINGS
has been very carefully looked after and can show you anything. Hats made
in the respective lines.
DRY GOODS AND LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDS.
We have a large line and can save you good money on them.
We also have a hlg line of MATTING. Prices that was never heard of.
Call aud see us before making your SPRING purchases.
GLIGR'S.
Yours truly
-The Busy Corner. -
ONANCOCK,
VA.
I. H. Merrill, Proprietor.
E. H. Benson, Manager
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Peninsula Tailoring Go.,
POCOMOKE CITY, MD.
Will Visit Accomac C. H. Every Court Day.
E. W. POLK,
-Formerly of?POLK & BENSON"
MERCHANTTAILOR
Pocomoke City nd.
Will visit Accomac C. H., every court day.
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wi'l
I AM OFF TO THE
'Po .moYe, Ihatoae, MJo'aV
where all trains stop, and where I can get everything
in the way of Machinery and Supplies, and have all
kinds oi Repair Work promptly and satisfactorily
done, even to Automobiles.
Especial attention given to the Re?
pair of Boilers and En?
gines, Steam & Gasoline.
Agent for Sinker Davis Boilers
and Engines; Fisher & Davis
Saw Mills; and American Gas
or Gasoline Engines; also of
8imond'8 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.
__H3hop on Clark Avenue,
near the depot. Telephone, 121.
Poeo_)[email protected] WmfytyQ Mts,
POCOMOKE CITY, MD.
THIS is The Place Where Dollai-s Go Furtherest
Come aud tee and you will be convinced.
I carry in stock a large and well selected line of
Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Stair-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 Staves, and also the best Steel
Range on the market, some of which haye been
in use here for 7 years and speak for themselves.
I also have
Cooking Utensils, full line of Paints, Oil, Var?
nish and Stains, Shingles, Bricks, Lime, Hair,
Terra Cotta Pipe.AmericanWire Fence, W agons,
Harness, Mowing Machines, Horse Rakes,
Plows and Planet, Jr. Cultivators, all kinds of
Seed, large stock and prices right. I solicit
your patronage. Yours truly,
JOHN W. TAYLOR, Hallwood. V
that
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4 i.
CLEANLINESS
b I necessity to perfect Health snd an essential element
Ol' Happiness.
To prevent sickness and enjoy the
comforts of life you should equip your
sleeping apartment or dressing chamber
with a snowy white, one-piece
"5ta__a*_* 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 Co., -:- Onancock, Va*
WM
Eastern Shore of Virginia
Produce Exchange.
(INCORPORATED JANDAHY M. 1900.1
BEN. T. OUNTBR, A. J. MoMATH, W.?. BURTON,
President. Secy, and Treat. Hen. Mgr.
QENERAL OFFICE: ONLEZ, VIRGINIA.
Irnwpr*. Ao-pnrvl IRISH & SWEET POTATOES,
jrowers Agency i 0NI0NS, berries,
for choice J peas, etc.
Operates at. all the principal Shipping Statioos and Wharves in
Accomac and Northampton Counties.
)RTFCT*_Improved grading ana packing ot gooda. Proper distribution on the vari
'do xj\j x . oug marketa. Tiio establishment of home markets and everything that
ends to higher prices or farm products and tbe better condition of the farmers.
Selling Agents for the Exchange:
NEW YORK.
Geo. w. Tull & CO.,
Wholesale Commission Merchants,
? IN ?
Southern Fruits and Produce,
165 West St. Shipping No. 5.
RBFBRBNCE8:-Irving Nat. Ha.k, New York; Lee Bros. _ Co., Norfol-, Va.; L. Floyd Nock, i
Accomac C. H.. Va.; W. A. Burton. Unley. Va.
C. H. Rivenburg. J. H. Paicharduon.
Established 1869.
G. H. Rivenburg & Co.,
0oK_it__r__l?_,,d Fruit and Produce,
Vegetable!*, Poultry and Game in Season.
SHIPPING NO. 153. NO. J 82 READE ST.
REFERENT!
Irvin* National Bank. R. U. Dun A Co.. and tlie Trude (icm rally.
New York.
Walter C. Deyo.
Emery Deyo.
W. C. DEYO k
Produce
Commission Merchants.
Southtrn Fruit .nd Vegetables a Specialty,
859-861 Washington St.,
minn nu Oanesvoort Bank,
neierences, A|,, ,)|I1111(.rt.i,l| Agencies.
Southern Bhipping No. 300.
Members of National league of Commission
Merchants of United Slates.
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.
Jos. B. Smith.
P. W. Holden.
Smith & Holden,
-COMMISSION MERCHANTS,?
Southern Fruit and Produce,
311 Washington St.
Shipping No. 6
References: irving National Bank.
Commercial Agencies.
Wm. H. Furman. John L. I'urman
Established 1864.
G. FURMAN & CO..
Wholesale
Commission Merchants.
1,2,3 & 4 Cor. West & Gansevoort Sts.
West Washington Market.
Our Shipping No. 58.
References:
N.Y. County National Hank. E. II. .V J. .
Miadows. New bern, N. C.
Oeo. E. Knai'P,
Wm. J. Ka_pp,
Jas. H. Lawn ree.
F_t_Uis_ed int
hkh.Bi;n<-i::
Wal'.about Han
Shipping No. HS.
Knapp Bros. .>Co.,
Fruit and Produce
Commission rierchant.
Southern Fruit and Vegetables
a Specialty.
192 READE STREET.
Newark.
Members Fruit and Produce Trade Associati
of Newark, N. J.
Charles E. Barker.
Morgan Bark
CE. Barker & Co
Established 1876.
Wholesale
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Dealers in
Country Produce of every kind a
variety.
38 Commerce 1
References: Manufacturers National Bank.
Any Commercial Agency.
Wilmington.
G. W. Godwin. R. T. God,
Established 1883.
G. W. GODWIN & C(
WHOLESALE
?Commission - Merchants,
211 East 4th St.
Beferenc >s:?Sclser Bros. Co., Wm. Weinei
Co.. Brown A McMahon. Phila,
Union Nat. Bank. Wil. Steam
Co., Charles Warner A Co.,
minston, Del.
Consignments Solicited for Eggs. Poultry,
tatoes, Pish, Oysters, Etc. Berries a Special
R. McKENNEY PRK
Practical Plumber.
Steam and H<
Water Hetain
I carry a line or up-to-date supj
In stock. Estimates cheerfully
nished on all kinds of work. I v
you heating and plumbing trade.
Wind Milla and Hot Air
Pumping Engines a Specie
JobbingWorkPromptly Attend*
NO. 108 WALNUT STREET.
SALISBURY, r\D.
Phone 2.1.
ia.
Established 30 years.
Hobson & Bennett,
No. 121 Dock St.,
Produce
Commission Merchants.
We have an old and established trade and you
can depend oh full market prices for all kinds of
produce, especially Herries, Peas and Potatoes.
REFEKEN. 'E:
6th National Bank, Philadelphia;
1st " " Milford, Del.
Established 1859.
Wm. suntu ft co.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION
?33G North Front St.,?
BERRIES a Specialty.
Wm. Weinert & Co.,
Commission Merchants
and Dealers in
FRUIT and PRODUCE,
South West Cor. Front & Vine Sts
To Get Results?
-SHIP T0
A. 6. Ballbach & Co,
Leading Fruit and Southern
Produce Dealers at
137 CALLWHILL ST,,
nd
fit.
Baltimore.
CV^lQu ^ MJooQaXam,
Produce
-COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FRUITS. VEGETABLES, tC.
217 South Charles Street,
?Shipping Letters?
"CandW."
Wm. Heyser,
strictly Commission
No Speculative Buying.
Specialties:?Berries, Southern Vet
tables, Etc.
-HEYSER BUILDING?
?Pratt, Grant and Ellicott Streets
Shipping Letters W. II.
References:?Commercial Agencies.
Nat. Marine Bank, Ualto.
),
Boston.
F. M. Leonard & C,
lncorporate<l.
FRUIT AND PRODUCE
Qommission |y|erchanti
52 CLINTON ST.
J. D. Mead & Cc
Established 1853.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
rt A Corner CLINTON and FULTON !
P?.;
^ Specialties:
Southern Fruits and Vegetables
p?-, Consignments Solicited. Prompt Reti
e. undertaking.
_!_*_=___
I am now prepared to acci
modate you in the best of st
jty in the Undertaking Busines
Prices as low as consi.1
d to with first-class work.
Phone connections.
J. S. BUNTING,
Temperanceville, Vi
SCENIC HOUTE
TO THE WEST
ff. Y. P. A N. Morning Trihi **g*
it Old Point with C. &0 Ky. Fast
rrain for Richmond, \ a. Hot Springs,
Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Bl.
Louis, Ac.
June 4, 1905.
Leaves Old Point.
710 a. m.?Daily,?Local train
to Richmond, connect
iuK for local pointa on
James River Division to
Clifton Forge.
9 40 a rn -Daily-Fast train to Ricb
9 mon. and the West; stops
only at Newport News
and Williamsburg; ar
rives Richmond 11:46 a. rn
Bullet Parlor Car Old Point
to Roncenerte. Con?
nects at Richmond with
"limited" train leaving at
2:00 p.m., with Pullman
sleepers, for Cincinnati.
Louisville, St. Louis and
Chicago. Meals served a la
carte in dining cars.
4:35 p.m.-Daily-Fasttrain to Rich
mond; stops only at New?
port News and Williams?
burg; ?-rives Richmond
7:00 p. m. (arri. I parlor
car from Old Poiui to Kich
mond. Counects at Rich
mond with F. F. V. Limited
leaving at 10:45 p. m., with
Pullman sleepers.for Louis?
ville, Cincinnati and Cin?
cinnati to St. Louis and
Chicago. Meals served a
la carte in dining cars.
*or rates, tickets, Pullman reserva
ti?fn and other information, apply to
V5 8M-TH. ^'uion Ticket AgeDt|
Chamberlafn Hote],.orat R. Rotation,
Old Point, Va. H w Fu?ert
C E. Doyle, G?_. P? Agent.
General Manager.
W. O. Wariin n,
D P. A.. C. A 0. Ry- Richmond, Va.
NEW YORE. PHILA. A NORFOLK
RAILROAD.
Tim. fable in E_.et June 5th, 1905.
Quickest and only daily UjM between
Boston, New York, Phila., Nor
folk and Old Point Comfort.
SOUTHWARD
9i 82 94 80
Mail N. A N. Delmar
Station* N.Y. Y. Accom
Exp. Exp.
Leave...A.M. P.M. A.M. PM
Portsmouth.... & 30 J"
Norfolk. 6 15 7 45
O P. Comfort.. 7 20 8 40
&pe Charles... 9 25 WM ? 05
CherltJ!-'.:.'..'.".'.'. c 9 85 fll 03 8 14
MichCogo.:: ????" jg
Bird's Nest. ??? gJJ ? JJ
Nassawadox.... cl0 05 1130 6 48
Kxmore . clO 15 1138 6 55
SS clO ii, tU 45 7 0.
telfer cl? 29 1150 7 10
ul\lTZ . . ClO 35 fll 55 7 16
off!: clO 42 fl2 08 7 2.
8a_yZZ_:. 10 48 12 09 7 80
&$?:_? ?1100 ? n'jj
gfoxomv:.::.:.::. ^gwg ?_?
Hallwood .... clllS 12 85 7 0/
UakHall. ell 24 fl2 42 til
^Church:.'.* ell 81 12 51 8 17
Pocomoke.6 25 1146 1M JJ
Oosten.Itt "88
King's Creek..8 40 126 8 45
Princess Anne.7 00 12 10 181 9 00
Loretto..7 06 ? *?
Eden.710 {{J
Fruitland.718 9 ?4
Salisbury.7 37 12 35 149 9 88
B.C. A A. Jun.7 48 J JJ
Delmar.7 55 12 55 2 C7 10 00
Arrive.... A.M. a. M. P.M. PM.
Arrive. P.M. A.M.
Baltimore (Union
Station). 810 710
Wilmington. 4 15 6 00
Phila. (Broad St.
Station). 8 18 5 44
Trenton.
Newark.
New York(P. R. R. 8 00 8 15
).,
?9
Sts.
SOUTHWARD
? ? 89 81
N.Y. Old CO
Norfolk Point Acco.
Exp. Exp.
Leave. P.M. A.M. AM.
New York(P. R, R. 8 30 7 55
Newark. 8 42
Trenton. 9 57
Phila. (Broad St.
8tation). 1105 1018
Wilmington. 1150 10 58
Baltimore (Union
Station). 7 50 8 02
Leave. A.M. A.M. P.M. A M
Delmar.ll 55 2 49 1 85 7 25
B.C. A A. Jun. tl 00 7 36
Salisbury.ll 54 8 00 1 49 7 50
Fruitland.12 04 8 00
Eden.12 08 8 08
Loretto.f 12 14 f8 ll
Princess Anne. 12 21 8 16 2 04 8 18
King's Creek... 12 35 2 11 8 24
Costen.12 50 f8 88
Pocomoke. 100 3 36 2 25 8 45
New Church... b3 46 2 85 8 55
LeCato. f9 00
Oak Hall. f2 42 9 0i
Bloomtown. b3 55 f2 46 9 On
Hallwood. b3 5tf 2 52 9 18
Bloxom. b4 0? f2 59 9 20
Mason. 19 28
Parksley. b418 8 07 9 27
Greenbush....
Tasley. . . 4 23 8 17 9 37
Only. .4 27 f8 22 9 42
Melfa. f3 SS 9 49
Keller. b4 38 8 85 9 55
Painter. o4 41 fS 41 10 01
Exmore. .4 48 8 49 10 08
Nassawadox. b4 65 8 57 10 14
Bird's Nest. o5 Ol 4 04 10 19
Machipongo. b5 07 f4 10 10 24
Eastville. -5 14 4 17 10 81
Cobbs. b5 20 f4 28 HO 87
Cheriton. b5 23 f4 27 10 41
Bayview. HO 44
Cape Charles.... 5 43 4 40 10 60
O. P. Comfort. 7 35 8 85
Norfolk. 8 45 8 0C
Portsmouth. 9 06 815
Arrive. p.m. a.m. p.m. a. m.
"f" Stops (or passengers on signal or notice lo
conductor.
"c" Stops only to let off passengers from Cape
Charles and points South, and take on passen
gers for points North of Delmar.
"b" Stops only to let off passengersfrom pointa
North of Delmar, and take on passengers for
points South of Cape Charles.
Trains 97 and 82 will stop at all stations on
Sunday for local passengers on signal or notice to
conductor.
H. B. Cooke.
Traffic M
Norfolk, Va.
r.UCooke. J-OB<jd*^pt
Traffic Manager. ^cJEfa.
Sample Rooms. Hot A Cold Water
steam Heat. Bath Boomi.
Parker House,
A. PARKHR. Prop'r.
C. E. Townsend's Pocomoke City
Livery Attached. Maryland.
All Kinds of
High Grade Whiskies & Wines
Bold by the gallon, quart aud pint.
Send Postofflce Money Order or
Check with order and your address
and Package will be shipped by First
Train.

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