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Dre.* of _ Liverpool Merchant 1 tbe Klfchte.-nlh Century. The Liverpool merchant la the latter half of the eighteenth century must huve presented ;i by DO means unpleu. lng appearance, He dre weed, ss ? rulu, we ure Informed, in ? snit of one color, usually light OT of a snuffy shade. Tho cut of his ordinary coat resembled Uiat of a court dress coat, with standup collar and gilt, silver, d, twist or basket buttons. His waistcoat wus very long. With lurge "Haps," containing Happed pockets, the^e often decorate, with buttons. His breaches, being short, wore ornamented at the knees with buckles of gold, silver or stone, kept lu countenance by large gold, silver or gDt buckles on his shoes, bis legs being hosed, as a rule, In silk, plain, striped or ribbed. Baffles nt his wrist and a .white stock about his throat were an almost luvarlable accompaniment, and on his head a cocked hat, pointed lu front and higher at the back than the Sides, over hair dressed Into large "cannon" curls on each side of his face, With a cue hanglug behind, or lt might be over a "tie," "cauliflower*1 or 1 "brown bob" wig. Thus, with stick or | umbrella, rendered remarkable by rea SOB of its head of gold, silver, amber or ebony, would he wend his way to "town." In "full dress" he must have | even mose attractively looked the mer- ' chant "prince" in his waistcoat of silk, 1 satin or velvet rich la eolor and design, i with long flap* elaborately embroid- j ered, sill; breeches and silk hose, with ; conspleuons knee and shoe buckles. If he on occasion dined with the mayor he might receive an engraved invita? tion card similar to the following, di? rected to Mr. Leece lo 1776: "Mr. May? or presents his compliments to Mr. Leece, begs the favor of his company on Sunday next to dinner, at 1 o'clock, at the Exchange. An answer is de- ] ?ired. 12th July, 76." BUNDLE BEARERS. A Hole Thnt City Men \r.- Not Now Inclined to l'lay. There was a time, remembered easily by many, when the tender husband did not shrink from carrying home mate? rials for his dinner. Men of learning lu those simpler days grasped the eel of commerce, as the eel of science, by the tall. The statesman with Jovian brow and blue coat with brass buttons was very human with a dried codfish wrapped carelessly In brown paper un? der his eloquent arm. To see a highly respectable citizen with a demijohn was a cheering sight. Nor was it be? neath the dignity of a painful preacher of the word of God to carry a pair of trousers to the tailor when the rent was beyond the skill of domestic in? genuity. The present civilization may be real or chroiuo; this at least ls certain?the age of carrying bundles ls gone so far aa city men are concerned, although no Burke has celebrated In sonorous prose Its passing. The man protests against the burden of a can of peas, a jar of marmalade, his wife's hank book. The youth insists that the two or three col? lars bought to bridge him over the weekly coming of the laundryman shall be sent home. The schoolboy, however his mother may coax or threaten, sulks at the thought of a bundle, for he fears the ridicule of snobbishly trained com? panions. The bundle ls avoided, not respected, as it was by tlie great Napoleon. Dem? ocratic simplicity is found only in tra ditton and In De Tocqueville's book. It ls not surprising that the bundle should be spurned; that a fashionable mothei may not be able to support the weigh of her own baby In the street.?Bostor Herald. A Raft of Cocoanut*. A curious picture In the Far Easten Review, Manila, 6hows several cocoa nut rafts In a still lagoon, apparent!: ready to go to market The cocoanut are much lighter than water. They ar simply thrown in by tlie thousand an< then roped together by long strands o bark tiber into circular groups abou twenty feet across, all the cocoanut lying side by side. A single nattr boat can tow a number of these odi rafts down a sluggish stream where n road could be found for ordinary tran; lt to a steamer wharf. Cocoanut- thu rafted will bear quite a bit of win and rough water without being sea tered. Don't Waste. Let nothing be wasted or lost. Di lng well or wasting the fragment- 1 time, of opportunity, the nooks and co ners of life, makes all the difference b tween success aud failure. This 1-, esp dally true of spiritual work. Often tl best results are gained from the use 1 fragments of our business or daily lif the byproducts of living. Nature say "Gather up the fragments." In n ture's household there ls no wast The decay of rocks forms the soil 1 plants. The decay of j da nts forms tl mold In which future plants will groi The water dissipated In the air b comes clouds and min.?Woman's Lif Ad Erratic Reporter. Senator Etanabtough of North Dak ta, according to the Buffalo Commt cial, owns a country paper, though late years he has been nuable to gi lt much attention, depending on jot nalists of the itinerant variety a go part of the time. "Some of them ha been good men, too," says the seuab "and some have been-otherwise. had one who was never satlafled wi .Implicit)-. He would refer to 'equine horse' and in the case of tremp killed in a railroad accident Bi that tbs 'unfortunate man sustained fracture of tho spiral column.' Ano er of bis pet expressions was 'tripp! the lig_t bombastic toe.* I didn't mi these so much, but when the daugh of a leading c.tlssn was married n he spoke of the bridal procession 'n ceediug down tbs aisle to the entra ing strsins of Mendel k Son's wed. march' I decided that we h.. read the parting of the ways." A Warning to Mothers. Too much care cannot be used w small children during the hot weat of the summer months to v.u against bowel troubles. As a rul is only necessary to give the chi dose of castor oil to correct any order of the bowels. Do not use substitute, but give the oldfashio castor oil, and see that it is fresh, rancid oil nauseates and has a tem cy to gripe. If this does not el the bowels give Chamberlain's O Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy -then a dose of castor oil, and the esse may be cheeked in iu incipu and all danger avoided. The ca oil and this remedy should bi' pm ed at once and kept ready tor ins use as soon as the first Indicatioi any bowel trouble appears. Thi the most successful treatment kn and may be relied upon with Ina] confidence even in cases of che infantum. For sale by B. S. Ashby & Co. Accomac, and all county agenci BUILT TO ENDURE. !n American Cathedral Stro?i_ar 'll.m. Mont Mediueaial Churches. The report that St. Mark's, lu Venice, Mle of the most famous cathedrals lu the world, is in danger of collapse will recall to many minds tbs accidents that have at different times damaged Dtht>r mediaeval churches. Ruin, whether partial or complete, is particularly no? ticeable among the Kugllsh cathedrals. whose structural weakness, arising probably from lack of scientific knowl edge or from poor workmanship, has caused thc fall of great towers or tlie dislocation of walls and arches. Pe? terborough, Chichester, Ely aud York cathedrals arc well known examples Of this decay. Those who have Inves? tigated the subject say that the mediae val architects made no exact calcula? tions to secure solidity. They permit? ted construction that was often flimsy and they failed properly to provide against tho natural tendency sf gothic arches to spread at the "shoulders." lt might be said, in view of the pre? dicted short life of our skyscrapers, that Americans are in no position to criticise the old architecture on account of its imperfections, but there ls an other side to the picture, for lt happens that there ls today going up In New York city sn edifice designed not only to charin the eye of the artist, but also defy thc ravages of time. The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, which at present is only beginning to rise above tlie ground, has a founda? tion approved by geologists, tested by the diamond drill and made as solid almost as the world itself by the most careful preparation of ledges and by the use of prodigious quantities of con? crete. Upon this base already stands an Immense arch, with two piers en? tirely finished, besides eight pillars of granite, each composed of two stones, the largest ever quarried in this coun? try. Two other piers are purtly com? pleted. So far ns the work ha* gone lt may bo said to be indestructible. At any rate, unlike the beautiful but fragile work of the old time builders, the lofty tower one day to be erected will never fall because of any fundamental weak? ness. Women Cooks. "The day is not far off when women | cooks will be only a disagreeable mem? ory," remarked Dr. Robert B. Thomp? son of Philadelphia in the course of a recent address, and the statement has created not a little dissension in the City of Brotherly Love, particularly among the women. Continuing, Dr. Thompson laid the blame for tho na? tional dyspepsia at the feet of the wo? men cooks of the country. The only way to get rid of dyspepsia, lie told his hearers, was to got rid of tlie wo? man cook. '?Women have no natural gift for cooking," said this critic. "They have been forced by the men to engage in the culinary pursuit just as if it were as simple as washing a handkerchief cr blanket. They cook what we like instead of what is good for us, and their hick of knowledge of our requirements makes them directly responsible for the sufferings thou? sands endure because of dyspepsia and other ills traceable to bad cooking." In furtherance of his argument Dr. Thompson asks what women ever cooked at the White House and which of the big hotels would dream of giv? ing the position of chef to a woman, Such work, he added, was essentially within the field properly filled by men, and the fact would be recognized mor? and more as the years pass. Alarm Clocks on Gravestones. The Indians of Pala, in the foothill! of the Coast range in the southern part of the state of California, were con verted to the Catholic faith by tb< Jesuit fathers, who founded a niissioi among them. Though some supersti tion* prevail, their belief In the resur rectlon ls strong. Believing that thi dead must remain for some time in thi grave, they observe exactly the hour a which tht. spirit departs, and the rud< wooden cross over each grave in tb cemetery states the exact hour, ininut and day on which the person died Suspended from the arms of one of th crosses is an alarm clock, with th hands set at 6:57. The alarm at th back of the clock has been set at th same moment. The person who place the clock there believes that at th proper moment the alarm will soun aud will awaken thc sleeping spirit. American Inventor. Th* liniment ion Calendar. Camille Flammariou, the celebrate astronomer, proposes to introduce i tho French chamber of deputies a bl to make compulsory a perpetual calei dar of his own. According to his pla the year should start at the vern.' equinox (March 21), and every quarti 6hould contain two months of thlrt days and one month of thirty-one day This would make 364 days, and a fol day, not to be counted in any monti would complete the year, while evei leap year there would bc two sw fete days. The same dates would a ways occur on the sams days of tl week, and one calendar would last lifetime. Canada's Tariff, Canada's new tariff commission w probably begin its first sittings in Se tember or October. The commlssione will hold sittings to take ev .once Ontario and then in the maritime pro lnces, niter which they will go we; where Important interests in Britli Columbia especially will occupy tht attention. While tho commission 1S97 had a free hand, the presen' coi mission, it is understood, will not ma an absolutely new tariff, but will moi fy the existing tariff in particnla where such modification has liecoi necessary. Insane Negroes. One peculiarity of the situation ia t large number of insane negroes. the days of slavery a "crazy" nsf was an extreme rarity. Now they ?< very numerous, showing that son thing in their altered condition 1 largely contributed to disorder th minds. Whatever may be the distil ing cause, it is certain that it is i eratlng with a power and activity tl are appalling.?New Orleans Picayu Nothing on the Harket Equal Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy. This fact is well known to dmgg everywhere, and nine out of ten \ give their customers this preparat when the best is asked for. Mr. ( Witmer, a prominent druggist of J lin, Mo., in a circular to his custc en, says: "There is nothing on market in the wav ,,f patent medic which equals Chamberlain's Cc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy bowel complaints. We sell and i ommend this preparation." For i by B. S. Ashby & Co., Accomac, and ali county agencie We are in a position to iur ish yon with almost every hing in the HARDWARK LINE hat the trade demands, such as STOVES AND REPAIRS, 'UMPS, and Pipe, Mechanics cols, Farming Implements,and nany other things too numerous o mention. Purni) driving, Tin roofing ind Repairing, Specialties. All orders promptly tilled md at fair prices. Yours For Business DoremuSa. savage. Belle Haven, Va. Renovated and Opened* My HOTEL at BLOOMTOWN 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 equals as a hotel hostess. Heat? ed bedrooms furnished if desired with? out extra expense. A first-class LIVERY is still being run by 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. Persons in Accomac und adjoining conn tie* withing to mark Um grave of a relative or friend | u ith a Monument TABLET, TOMB or HEADSTONE in Marble or Polished (Iranite, can now do so at ll vera small out lily as ire kee|i in stock a large OOlk?tion of B._?Ml work of ___tm design* of the best workmanthin and at the very lo.west prices. 115 N. Liberty St. near Lexing? ton also 31 ?? 8. Charles St. Gate Brothers, Established Seventv-Flvp Tears. Baltimore.-*!*}. A DOLLAR MADB 18 A DOLLAR 8AV11 If bo, write to the LHUREL _mB_E LAUREL, DEL., ?Davis Bro., Fropnetors,? For prices on Head and Foot 8tones, Monument, Iron Railing and all cemetery work in gen? eral, and save money. Davis & Bro., LAUREL, DEL. Agunta? W. H. Pruitt, Tempera ut. ville; E. J. Wibdkb, Onanco? V (Iso. W. Abdkll. Belle Haven; Bird k Drummond, Orangeville; Lloyd Smith. P.n-ote.ca*.. jtrong, J^cliable and Prompt ARE THESE: VIRGINIA FI UK <fe MARINE of Richmond, Va. PETERSBURG SAVINGS AND Insurance Company. .ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Conn. PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY of Brooklyn. KT. PAUL INSURANCE COMPAQ of Ht. Paul, Minn. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Company of N. Y. PRUDENTIAL FIRE INSURANC Company. NEW YORK UNDERWRITER!: Losses Settled with Promptness an Liberality. Lowest Current Rates. We respectfully solicit your patrol age. Kelly __ Nottingham, Onancock, Va. with Chas. L_ Rode Commission Merchant and Dealer in All kinds of Fruit and Produc Vegetables, Poultry, Eggs, Oystei Crabs, &c. 314 South Front St., Philadelphia, Pa. Carriages, Carriages. We are the sole Agents for t Novelty Carriage Works, aud seve others of the largest manufacturer s the country. We have tlie largest sortmeut of vehicles ever shown on I Peninsula, we have a carload of 1 lightest surreys, also a full assortmi of the very lightest and neatest bi gies, wire and wood wheel runaboi umbrellas,reed and speed carts, dup wagon gears, etc. Another car of li, buggies to arrive in a few day. Lilliston & Custis, Onancock, Va. HASE BROS, IACKLEY ARLISLE PIANO: DEFY COMPETITION. Pianos. I Pianos. v Pianos. 5,000 have been sold in Virginia within the past 3.r> years. Call and see them or write for Catalogue. Plano, sold at factory prices and on easy terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. 5. C. ncQratlh, MTgrs. Agent. rick Block-Main Street, ONANCOCK, VA. ^illirpepg and potion . Having recured the services of P (ipt-at-V MILLINER we areprepared to serve our patrons in the most a rtistic manner. Don't fail to see our LA #EH and EMBROIDERY. i. A. McGrath *& Co., Onancock, Va, MAIN ST., N.xt Door to Poetofllce, rfnnoGinGement We are now prepared for you for the SPRING and SIMMER, after visiting all the markets aud 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 have the Sporty Brown Suits, and nil the latest styles for all ages, at very leasonable prices. SHOES, HATS AND GENTS FURNISHINGS has l?een 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 big line of MATNNU. i'ricis that was never heard of. Call and sec us before making your Sl'RINU purchases. BUCK'S, Yours truly -The Busy Cornor. ONANCOCK, VA. I. H. Merrill, Proprietor. E. H. Benson, Manager Peninsula Tailoring Go., POCOMOKE CITY, MD. Will Visit Accomac C. H. Every Court Day. eTwTpolk, -Formerly of?POLK & BENSON" MERCHANT TAILO Pocomoke City rid. Will visit Accomac C. R., every court dav. AM OFF TO THE Tocxmoto*. lila&vcae, \]J om' where all trains stop, and where I can get everything in the way of 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 Boilers and En? gines, Steam & Gasoline. Agent for 8inker Davis Boilers and Engines; Fisher & 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. ?_F-8hop on Clark Avenue, near the depot. Telephone, 121. POCOMOKE CITY, MD. THIS is The Place Where Dollars Go Furtherest Come and see 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 . Tools, Cooper's Tools, Pump and Fittings, Pipes aud Valves for Steam Mills, Cast Iron Cook Stoves, and also the best Steel Range on the market, some of which have beeu in use here for 7 years and speak for themselves. I i.1bo have Cooking Utensils, full line of Paints, Oil, Var? nish and Stains, Shingles, Bricks, Lime^ Hair, Terra Cotta Pipe, American Wire Fence, \\ agons, Harness, Mowing Machines, Horse Rakes, Plows and Planet, Jr. Cultivators, all kinds of Seed, large stock and prices right. I solicit your patronage. u? Yours truly, JOHN W. TAYLOR, Hallwood. V. CLEANLINESS is a necessity to perfect Health md an essential element ^r of 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 "$t??*_w_" Porcelain Enameled Lava? tory and have running hot and cold Water as desired at your touch. We have samples in our showroom ?nd will gladly quote you prices, Onancock Gas Cc, -:- Onancock, Va* Eastern Shore of Virginia Produce Exchange. (INCORPORATED JANUABY 26. 1900.1 BKN.T. OUNTRK. A. J. McMATH. W. a. BURTON, r'rosldont. Becy. and Treas. Oen. Mgr. GENERAL OFFICE: ONLE/, VIRGINIA. irnwprQ Ao-pnrv) IRISH & SWEET POTATOES, -rowers Agency i 0NI0NS) berries, tor choice J peas, etc. Iperates at. all the principal Shipping Stations and Wharves in Accomac and Northampton Counties. Ul I VCF'_ Improved grading ana packing ot good*. Proper diHtrlliutlon on the vari /dotjKjX. ()UH imtrketH. Tue establishment of borne marketa and everything that undi to hlirbor price* or farm product* and tbe hotter condition of tho farmer*. Selling Agents for the Exchange: NEW YORK. Geo. w. Tun & co, Wholesale Commission Merchants, ? IN ? Southern Fruits and Produce, 165 West St. Shipping No. 5. RBFKKBNCE8:?Irving Nat. Hank, New York; Lee Bros. 4 Co., Norfolk. Va.; L. Floyd Nock, Accomac C. H., Va.; W. A. Burton, Onley. Va. C. H. Rivenburg. J. H. Richardson. Established 1869. G. H. Rivenburg & Co., Commission Merchants and Cruit onr. DrnrJnna Dealers in all Kinds of 1111113110 rlOQUCc, Vegetable*, Poultry and Game in Season. SHIPPING NO. 153. NO. 182 READE ST. _______fC__i Irving National Hank. H. (1. Dun _ Co.. and thc Trade Generally. New York. Walter C. Deyo. Emery Deyo. I. C. DEYO k BRO., Produce Commission Merchants. Southern Fruit and Vegetables a Specialty, 859-861 Washington St., H^f.TPn^*. Oa-nwoiu. Bank. neitrenc**, A? r^MB-rci,! Agencies. Southern Shipping No. 300. Members of National League of Commission Merchants of Dated States. Chas. Pape. J. W. Howell. iChas. Pape*& Co., Wholesale Commission Dealers in Fruit and Produce, 164 & 165 West St. Shipping No. 3 or 600. References: Irvine Na!. Hank. New York. Mercantile Agencies. Jos. B. Smith. P. Vi. Holden. Smith & Holden, -COMMISSION MERCHANTS Southern Fruit and Produce, 311 Washington St Shipping No. 6. Reference*: Irving National Bank. Commercial Agencies. Wm. H. Forman. John L. Furman Established 1864. G. FURMAN & CO.. Wholesale Commission Merchants, 1,2,3 & 4Cor. West & Gansevoort Sts., West Washington Market. Our Shipping No. 58. Beferences: N. Y. County National Hank. E. H. _ J. A. Meadows, Newbern, N. C. Geo. E. Knapp, Established UM, Wm. J. Knapp, _BrB-_.CS:: Ja*. H. Lawrence. Wallabout Bank, Shipping No. HS. Knapp Bros. c\ Co., Fruit and Produce Commission Herchants, Southern Fruit and Vegetables a Specialty. 192 READE STREET. Newark. Members Fruit and Produce Trade Associatioi of Newark, N. J. Charles E. Barker. Morgan Barker CE. Barker & Co., Established 1876. Wholesale COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Dealers in Country Produce of every kind ant variety. 38 Commerce St References: Manufacturers National Bank. Any Commercial Agency. Wilmington. G. W. Godwin. R. T. Godwir Established 1883. G. W. GODWIN & CO, WHOLESALE ?Commission - Merchants,? 211 East 4th St. Referencs:?Selser Bros. Co.. Wm. Weinert , Co.. Brown & .McMahon. Phila.Pa 2 *%c Union Nat. Bank, Wil. Bt??Bboi ?-B-rlfaflBfjt-'o-. Charles Warner A Co., Wi -~-^?^ sn ing ton, Del. Consignments Solicited for Eggs, Poultry. Pi _ I tatoes, lish, Oysters, Etc. Berries a Specialty. | r7 McKENNEY PRIi . : Prctical Plumber. Steam a-td Ho Water Hetaing I carry a line of up-to-date suppli. In stock. Estimates cheerfully fui maned on all kinds of work. I war you heating aud plumbing trade. Wind Mills and Hot Air Pumping Engines a Specialt JobbingWorkPromptly Attended I NO. 108 WALNUT STREET. SALISBURY, r\D. Phone 231. sa. Established 30 years. Hobson & Bennett, No. 121 Dock St., Produce Commission Merchants Wehav?-an old and _tf_M__ai trauleand you < an depend oh full market prices for all kinds of produce, especially Berries, Peas and Potatoes. REt'KKKNi K: 6th National Bank, Philadelphia; l?t ?' Milford. Del. Established 1859. Wm. smith & Co., PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ?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 CALLQWHILL ST., Baltimore. Produce -COMMISSION MERCHPNTS FRUITS. VEGETABLES, _C. 217 South Charles Street, ?Shipping Letters? "Cand W." Wnnio Keyser, strictly Commission No Speculative Buying. Specialties:?Berries, Southern Vege tables, Etc. -HEYSER BUILDING? ?Pratt, Grant and Ellicott Streets. Shipping Letters W. II. References:?<''innni'iii.il Ai-' I Nat. Marine Bank. Balto. F. M. Leonard & Co. Incorporated. FRUIT AND PRODUCE Qommission Merchants, 52 CLINTON ST. J, 0. Mead & Co. Established 1863. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corner CLINTON and FULTON Sti Specialties: Southern Fruits and Vegetables. > ConsignmentsSolicit*.. Prompt Return UndertaKing. I am now prepared to acconr modate you in the best of sty] in the Undertaking Business. Prices as low as consi.tei with first-class work. Phone connections. J. S. BUNTING, Temperanceville, Va SCEMC HOUTE TO THE WEST ST. Y. P. ?fc N. Morning Train connect* it Old Point with C. & O. Ry. Faat L'rain for Richmond, Va. Hot Springs, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Bt. Louis, Ac. June 4, 1906. Leaves Old Point. 7:10 a. m.?Daily,?Local train to Richmond, connect? ing for local point- on James River Division to Clifton Forge. 9:40 a. m.?Daily?Fast trait to Rich? mond and the West; stops only at Newport News ano: Williamsburg; ar rives Richmond 11:45 a. m Buflet Parlor Car Old Point to Ronce nerte. 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. 4:53 p.m.?Daily?Fast train to Rich? mond; stops only at New? port News and Williams? burg; arrives Richmond 7:00 p. m. Carri< ? parlor car from Old I'oin to Rich mond. CounecU 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. I1 or rates, tickets, Pullman reserva? tion and other information, apply to J. N SMITH, Union Ticket Agent, Chamberlain II tcluorat R. R. Station, Old Point, Va. H. W. Fuller, C. K. Doyle, Gen. Pas. Agent. General Manager. W. O. Warthf u, D. P. A.. C. k O. R*. Richmond, Va. NEW YORK. PHILA. A NORFOLK RAILROAD Time Table in F.fTect July Mn, 1905. Quickest and only daily line between Boston. New York, Phila.. Norfolk and Old Point Comfort. NORTHWARD. '.'I Kl 94 Mail NA N. N. Y. Station* Leave Portsmouth Norfolk O. P. ?'< imf ort C-PS I harlen Bayview Cheriton lobbs Eastville Macl)i|iongo BirdS Nest K_MM?__M Exmore Painter Keller Melfa Only Tasley Q reen bush Farksley Maslin Bloxom Hallwood Bloomtown Oak Hall LeCato New (burch Pocomoke c os*?a King's Creek - Anne Loretto Eden Fruitland Salisbury B. C. _ A. Jun. Delmar Arrive Y. A. M. Exp. Exp. 6 2.5 630 I H 700 705 7 10 718 737 7.3 755 A. M. V. M. 53u 6 15 I'M 925 C9 35 a9 38 al H CS 52 C9 59 ClO 05 clO 15 clO 22 clO 29 ClO 35 ClO 42 10 18 Cll 00 ell 07 Cll 15 Cll 19 BU N cll 31 11 16 12 55 A.M. SO Delmar Acconi. p. M. 840 10 55 mm fll 06 11 12 ni 19 1124 UM n M m 45 fll 50 m 56 112 (tt 12 09 12 20 fli 27 12 35 fi. M tU 12 12 51 1 06 12S 131 207 t, BJ f- io 614 f6 19 62S 6 38 639 I SJ 6 55 7 02 7 10 7t6 7 ? 730 7 41 f7 46 750 7 57 803 808 Ml 8 17 830 f8 38 846 900 fy 04 914 9 24 936 9 40 10 00 P. M. Arrive Baltimore < Union Station i Wilmington Phila. i Broad St. Station) Trenton Newark New York (P. R. R.) 610 115 616 7 10 500 544 SOUTHWARD. 97 N.Y. Norfolk Exp. Leave New York iP.R. R.) Newark Trenton Phila. I Broad St. Station Wilmington Balto. U'nion Station I P. M. 830 842 9 57 1106 1150 750 89 Old Point Exp. A. M. 755 1016 10 58 8 92 91 CC. A ceo. Leave Delmar Ht AK. June. Salisbury Fruitland Eden Loretto Princess Anne King's Creek Costen Pocomoke New < hurch LeCato Oak Hall Bloomtown Hallwood Bloxom Mason Parksley (in* nbush Tasley Only Melfa Keller Painter Exmore Na-- aw?lox Bini's N. -t Machipongo Eastville < _Mm (henton Oaf Vis. (ape charles <). P. Comfort Norfolk Portsmouth Arrive A.M. 11 56 ll 51 1154 12 04 12 08 fl_ IV 12 21 11 M 12 50 1 00 336 b3 46 b3 55 b3 59 1)106 4 23 1)4 27 b4 36 !-?! ll 1)4 18 \a U b5 01 1)5 07 1)5 11 1)6 20 1)5 23 543 JU 8 ri 906 A. M. P. M. 1 35 204 2 11 226 2 35 ti \l f2 46 I 52 BM 307 3 17 f3 22 B '28 3 3.5 R41 3 49 3 57 404 f4 10 4 17 f 4 23 f4 27 440 636 800 8 15 P. M. A. Mt 7 25 736 7'0 si? ses fH ll 8 18 8 24 f8 33 846 8._ f9 00 903 9 08 913 920 ti 23 927 937 9 42 9 45 9 65 1001 10 08 10 14 10 19 10 24 10 31 flO 37 10 41 flO 44 10 50 "f Stops for passengers on signal or notice to conductor. "c" Stops only to let off passengers from Cap* Charles and points South, and take on psssen gers for points North of Delmar. "b" Stops only to let off |.i-engersfrom points North of Delmar, and take on passenger* for points South of Cape Charles. Trains 97 and ki will stop at all stations on Sunday for local passengers on signal or notice to aonductor. R. B. Cooke, J. G. Rodgers, Traffic Manager, Supt. Norfolk, Va. Cape Charles. Va. VIRGINIA :?In the Circuit Court for the coun? ty of Accomack, in thc vacation of the said court, on the 17th day of July, A. D., 1906. Jami H. Mason.Plaintiff against ,'ohn Frederic Hill, in his own right, also as exe? cutor of Sarah E. Hill, deceased. S. James Tur? lington, trustee, and Lee R. Phillips. .Defendants. In Chancery. The object of this sup is to obtain a decree against the defendant, John Frederic Hill, for the payment of such sum of money as the said plaintiff is bound to pay as surety for tbe said John Frederic Hill, executor of Sarah E. Hill de? ceased, upon his official bond as said executor, also to obtain a lien by attachment upon the real estate devised unto the said John Frederic Hill by the said Sarah E. Hill, situated at Onley, Ac comack County virginia, and to subject the said real estate to the payment Bf said lien. Affidavit having been made before the Clerk of the said Court, that John Frederic Hill, one of tin-defendants in the above entitled cause, is a non-resident of the State of Virginia, on the motion of the plaintiff, by his attorney, it is or? dered that he,the said non-resident defendant, do apitear here within fifteen days after due publi? cation of this order and do what is necessary to protect his interest; and that this order be pub? lished once a week for four successive weeks in the "Peninsula Enterprise," a newspaper pub? lished at Accomack C. H., Virginia, and also posted at the front door of the Court-House of the said County on the first Monday In August, A. D.. 1906. Teste: John D. Grant, C. C. A Copy? Teste: John D. Grant, C. C. S. James Turlington, p. q. COLLEGE OF WILLAM AND MARY, WILLIAMSBURG, VA. Two hundred and twelfth ses?ion he gins September 14th, l9i?o. Two coursea: (1), Collegiate Course, leading to the degrees of B. A. and M A.; (2), Normal Course. Tuition free and board at reduced rates. Building renovated and newly equipped, lighted with elec? tricity and supplied with pure artesian water. Send for catalogue. LYON G. TYLER. Pres'dent.M. A..LL.D.