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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 June 1881

voLi EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS ASD OWN KIUI, To whom all comtunnicat ions slioukf be addressed. gij ;■ i. ._! rmrpwwy*! CARIMV. SAMUEL t. ROSS, Attorney af Law, ACCOMACC. H., VA. Will practice in th« Courts of the counties of AccOiuac ami Northampton. WM, P. M. KEL LAM,; s ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1 \ ACCOM AC C. 11., VA. , Will practice l>efore the courts of*Ac'comae and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOCK, Attorney at Law, A N T> Notary Public, r ACCOMAC C. H., VA. Will practice in all the Courts of Aecoinsic ami Northampton; Prompt attention all business. ; GEORGE T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. 11.. VA. jI>HS r.MMICU B! VriN'BT, V Acnomac C. If., Va. Onancock, Vy. NEE L Y & QU I N B Y, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ACCOMAC 0. H., VA. Practice in till theCoutts on the Eastern of Virgin in. Prompt atten- tion given to the collection of U claims. JOHN wr- EDMONDS, Attorney at Law, ACCOM AC C. 11.. VA, G. T. SCAR BURGH, M. D.,Ag't., Druggi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 June 1881

/jniinsitiif (ritkr pit. / V.. f i„ r *<' i.i. flimPßlTPrt . OF Tin: . PEN INSULA ENTERPRISE, The « v (l:!i>r;t, in snhniiftin-? to the jHiWie i.he lirst number of the ln:\) vsri. v K.ntkkprise, enter talo their now llehl of labor with a proper appreciation of the rosponsihllifiey il imposes upon them. .Ware of tin,- fact, that tluVHueces* ii, :»,ir undertakm/.; - will he depondent upon our ability to make our paper a tot-class one, we shall hope, by untiring industry and the euuvisc of a sound discretion, to raise it to that degree of merit. To accomplish our objective realire that if. is incumbent on us- M L-ntL TO have our paper neatly and; ac.tfunvtely printed. Seeoiwtf To till its column; with m.ifler useful, agreeable and enter- t a Suing -to our readers. the services of a flr-v -i ] printer, spared im expense in the election of our press ami material, we believe wo cankneot tluviirst mjuiniinont in a manner satisfactory to every one. To satisfy the deman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 June 1881

ypciiifisul.i (Irjiteryvisf - ' At'(.'n.M.iC' r. 11.. .ir.NK •">•>, IS.^l. LOCAL ITEMS hia.ioio: s l.si! i.Mor-a.. Divtm- : ci'mt'i'iVinT yl >l. K. l.nrf-I: "vii.th >1 Uuyncork, IYoui • t--' ! • 1,1 Au "tfust. ■ V.' < '.it;; \> 'Meeting oii ;Mr. .Jas. Tinliug ton's liii.it ciinUnenees ,>!' August. Ba;>1 ist Assackitioii t'<» held '.it Ac (•ulnae (•'.-11 .■.. t'irijinu'iici'S. l.^th.. of An : tr,ist. Key. . ('urrv. of liii-hninnil urn t I lenson of I*ln i lii' !*• t f»h I: i. arc expect »>.I 11i tic |irest*iil al association. Mrs. Ceo. Ifeiimigof Washington. I>. (.'.. is now on ;t visit to hor brother. 5f r. .i < »li j1 N eel y. , : f I >i:. Hoinarr I'. l-'unviijas. formerly Aim'i i:ilae. ati.l - now 1j v i 11«_c i u Was!iii.uion. I). has .11-. 1 a |>a»it iiui i! i oi a" i it' t! :/■ Ii o v era in •' nt 11 ej>a it nr.: a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 June 1881

Re Snow TTill at HRm<lay ;uid Thursday, HfTivcr Landings at her - and PfTiarf 2.8Q I'. M.' AM Kit m.\<;<;tk— Capr. a JvAYNOU. r:\ Kin; wiodxhsdav and srx.i >.\ V fur (.'ristield, Hoffman's,Evans*, .< 'oiicoril,Kt'ad's.DHvjs'.Miles', S!• ill.i s.Jlungars& Taylor's Wharves J «■!•.■ 1 i KX! X(i—Leave Taylor's Wharf ' "at- u A. \Levery Tuesday'aifj Friday, aiid the other landings at her usual hulas. STEAMKR ITKI.KN"—Cnjit. AV. F . 7 ■: \ r w:v. : E \ • !•'RY \ 1 (>XI>AV ANI) TMI" -U£tlav for ( r'rsi'uM, Onaneock. 1 linitinC' I >••(•!<. »: > -'uiU'onlv Shell town, l'itt's • WharlVCed.tr 1 ia.ll. Rcholioth and L\>- .< oiuoke fit v. 'RFTI'RX [X( .J--Leave Poeomoke City ai A. M. every Wednesday and S;i. ullla. Re!Vol•• »t 11 0.50,' Cedar Hal) >'<■' i ill s AVliart' Shelltown < -milord !),. limiting, ( reck (Siiai it*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 July 1881

VOL I. EDMONDS BULL, ■ V". 1»i 1 OK* axi» Owsr.««. T« #b'»iiv.all e«nimnnieatn>iu« etiould U addreitfted. \ PROrCMIOKAL I'AKlta". SAMUEL T. ROSS. ' Attorney at Law, , ACCOM AC C 11.. VA. j Wit! In -.ihV;i---Mfrt-ji ,»f thr forrttte-aT rt'iiiHAcand N* »r thani|>t»p. j " WW. P. M. KELLAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AcroWAcr. 11., VA. Will praetW thr W Ar«' tAmw an«l Northampton <■<m.nt i/-»«. " L.FLO YD NOCK, Attorney at Law, avt> [ Rotary Public, ACCOM AC C. If., VA. j Will j>ra«M irr in all fhM'«n:ri> «»f Arand \<»rt li-4iu|<t>in. J'rouipt at* | tn all hii»int-«s. ! GEORGE T. GARRISON, j Attorney at Law,; ArtUMJLO C. 11.. VA. J'»MN s y.Ki.x. rrMir-n n. yriMiT. Awmar C. n.; A'». OuiuiCfrA, V?. . NEEtYA QUINBY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ACCOM At' r. u.. vA. I'rartir* in all thr ('ourt * on fhe I'aFtern Sh>«i> «f Vireini*. l*r«»mpt atteiitinii given t«» the r*»Jirrtinii •f ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 July 1881

(Sidtrprist; ArroM.w e. u.. vv., .H'T.V li, 1 .'SI AYe re,uret, this early in ourjourh alistic career, fo be compelled' !o -apologize to our readers for tlit non-appearanee of our paper lit i week, w hicli was due to Our f:lilure to obtain suflieient help? in lime, am) to the sei ions illness of our S< nioi Kditor. Wo promise, -however-, ;ti d» better iii future, and hereafter our paper will be out legid irly on time.*?-* ' -- •< ' ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION :; ' •' : ••• '• ■ ... •' OF .;V PRESIDENT GARFIELD. SHOT DOWX KY AN ASSASSIN AXI) I)ANrKI{OrBLY, IF NOT FATALLY, WOT T NOFJ>." About 'clock on Saturday moining, duly the I'nd., .President (iarfield, acrompipit d by Secretaly Blaine, rode .up .to the Balij.mpre and Potomac depot, in .W.p-hingten-and arriving ahead of time,remain ed seated in their carriago until a tew minutes''l clop: (lie starting ot the train, when I hey alighted, and arm in arm pioc.eeded through the depot liiil il ihey reached t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 July 1881

Ptiiiitsuk^^iUfrpvk. AtJOo.UAO li., .Ill.V It, lStfl. LOCAL NEWS. fiat weather to-day, thermometer !♦,'» ill the shade \YV eail attention of our readers to salt) on the 10th inst." by Mr. ,1. W. GilUt of store house aiid dwelling in On incpek, of whichJohn 1\ J4usse.ll died, seized and possessed. The Postal route fr- m Aec-iimc <II., to Locust m< unt has been ex tended to Powelt on and a new P.' . es abli bed there-culled Wa Chi-pit-i'gue. =A fair will be held by oiu* byterian friends at Poweiton today, for the j»urpose of r using fundwit h which to complete their church. j The oVjject being a good one, may, the success attend it that it 'tic-'; tieijves.' ! A Festival will be held*at Ward- i town, to-dtfy in the Sunday school interest.'Several prominent speakers having been|engaged the occasion in likely to be an interesting oil®. We announce by authority as t«l makers fbr t he occasion, the names of Kevs.U*. LI. liay, anb It. F.lieid,-aud-Mr. Win. T. Buii^iek...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 July 1881

SUMMER BCHEDULE. THB EASTERN SHORE STEAMBOAT COMPANY Will ran their Boats a* follow*:" Of ND AI'TEU FIU DA Y, MA Y -7, ISSI, LKAVtNO KOKTIf KTItHKT'AVHARK AT. 3 i*. m., .(.until further notice.) STEAMER TANGIER ~Cai>t. S. 11. Wll..*»N. KV/KKY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY f'«r (,'risfield. Oiiauenek, Shclltbwn, Pitt's Wharf, CN«dnr Hall, IMiobotU. I'oooiftoke City, and Snow ilill. KETL? UN IN' • - -T.eave Snow TTill .it 6 A. M. H\er> Moinlay and Thursday, touching at the River I .audition at h«r Uoiial.hour*; Onancoek 2 L'. M., and Finney's Wharf 2.'!0 I'. .M. STEAMER MA'itrlE—Capt. G. A. K.V YNOII. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND STNDAY for C'risli«*-l«l, Ilotlinan's,Evans', Jone.ord, Read's, Davw'.Mileji', Shield's, Hangar's & Taylor's Wharves RETURNING—Leaye Taylor's Wharf at •> A. M; every Tuesday and Friday, tuid the other landings at her usual hours. STEAMV.It HELEN—Capt. \V. 'p. ' • • ' VI:AM:I . EVERY MON !>A V A SI) TlllUSday tor CrislMd, Ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 28 July 1881

VOL.I. EPMONDS & BULL, j Editors and To whom all coxnuiunicallotis should be addressed. I. ■. i i ii i —— PROFEHNIONAL CARDS. SAMUEL T, ROSS, Attorney at Law, , ACCOM AC C II. S VA. ' Will practice In the courts of the counties of Aeoeaiacand 2lort!.«ropton, WM, O. KELLA«; ATTORNEY AT LAW, 4 ACCOM.VCC 11., VA. W ill pract ice before the courts of Ac•comae and Northampton counties. " L KWD NOCK, Attorney at Law, , AND I Notary Public, ACX)MAOC. 11., VA. W'ifl vracttoe In all the «wtrt* of Ac■cjrHnsc and Northampton. Prompt attention to aSLfewnints*. GEORGE T, GARRISON, . Attorney at Law, ACCOM AC C. IL, VA. -JOHN NKKI.Y, crsiicn «. (JVINBT, Accomac C. Vfu Oiunicock, V NEEIY& QUINBY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, '* ACCOMAC C. It, VA. Practice in *ll the courts on the Ewttwn Shore, of Virginia. Prompt atten- : tion given to the collection of claims. , JOHN W- EDMONDS, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. IT., VAG, T, SCAR BURGH, M. 0., Ag't., Druggist 1 Pharmacist, accomac c; n„ va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 28 July 1881

(hittrprisc. ■AI < <\ IIV A., .11 I. V L'S, 1 V-S1 THE RICHMOND CONVENTION r " J~ The action of-the Convention Which is to-meet iu Richmond on the Ath of August uex: is Inmghi with the deepest in;orest to the people of this' State. It is to be hoped that its members will fuily appreciate the responsibility which rest's upon each of them, and will bring to the discharge of their duties cool judgment, patriotic hearts and- a settled purpose to subordinate every other aim -to that of winning an H<>NoilA--151.K victory in November next. In crises like the considerations, personal considerations and merely sentimental con; .sideraiions of every kind are out oC place. This suggestion, if adopted, will.send to the rear live customary < ly.tory of su.-h ocea ine-: l>ut we may c,Mis(nurse!ve^f(iv the te.ni povaiy.;lvsss.-o.f the florid rhetoric has ertnve'to' l'-e tveeal <>t Virion in v U\ it=ll &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 28 July 1881

(£ntcr|)fisc. Entered at the Postotiiee at Accoin.:c 0. 'H.j Vii., as second-class matters ACC'OMAC 'jCv IL, JITLY 28, 1 88t. LOCAL NEWS. ITon. Abel T. Johnson is on a Visit to J>er4m. M(U Camp meeting eommences on Turlington's Imid 4th of August ■next* Hr. Ge*v barker teis received ; v the appointment and <ptalilied as "eonstable tor tire, district .of teecv The District Conference of t-W Ms E.'ChUfeh (south,) 'ftill be i'u session •at Onaneock frofc* the 2d t?o the 4th of Augusts Miss Kate NVaYler, wbo as been Spending Some time among hey friends fn . Aecomac, left oYi tlir. VTon. 'fio rrsd,\y 1 ast lor her fcttnt iv< MviTad'eSp'hnv- • ' r ~~T)ur io v tfn rtVvd' vicinity 'on Tuesday evening V>v a Wavy ■shower of rain. wYiicVi cooled the *iir and £?vat*y beniitted yrowiuir. vropss MrAYm.S. Holland, tvf Worn'town. liavin;;' lately {V»f-.1 -hofso \yt 4iT(iat promise asa''tvotter. w wiil compete wft h the •vWil'ters" for a prize nt the IvS-....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 28 July 1881

■. IASSERIT SHOPiZ CTEAKBQAT COMPANY Will r.ui their lioiiT m ;•»> follow*: OS AX©. Ai'TEE If'KID AY, MAY 27, 1881, LEAVING. SOUTH STREET WJHARF AT 5 j?. m. , (until further notice.) STEAMER , WILSON. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRI DAY for Cristield,. Olianeoek. ShelltoWn. Pitt's "Wharf, (Vttar Hall, Rehoboth. Poeoftioke City, aiul Snow Hill. RETURNING—Leave Snow Hill at t> A. M. every Monday and TUMrftfay. touching at the River LaifdiiwAt hei usual hours; Oiiancock t T. JI., and .Finney's Wharf 2.:>0 P. M. STEAMER MAGGIE— Capt. G. A Ray nor. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY for-Crisfleltl, Hoffman's,Evans'. l*oK>^ T ,Concord .Read's,Davis \Miles\ Shield's,-Tlunßiu's & Taylor'b Wharves RETURNING—Leave Taylor's Wharl at 6 A! M,; every Tuesday and Friday, r and the other, landings at her usual hours. STEAMER II.ELKN —Capt. W. F. VEASEY. EVERY MONDAY AND TTIURSday for Cristield. Onaneock. Hunting ('reek. Guilford, ,Shelltown. Pitt's Wharf. Cedar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 4 August 1881

VOL. 1. ESMONDS & BULL, EDITUItS AN!) OWNERS, To whom all communications should be addressed. Professional Cards. SAMUEL T. ROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., S Will practice in the Courts of the counties of Accomac and Northampton.," WM. P. fV3. KELLASVI, Attorney tit Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YAs, Will practice before the Courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AIs'D—NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in all the courts of Accomac and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC 0. H., VA, JOHN NKEIA", • vrsiiuß r. QVI;-BV, Acconiae'C. H., Ya. Onancock, Va NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN \Y. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. G. T. Scarburg, M. D., AGENT, DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. DRUGS, CHEMI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 4 August 1881

|)ettinstif(t (C-ntcvprisc. AI'UOMAC C. 11., VA., AUG, 4, I*Bl ft RicMoni Convention, The convention which meets in the city of Richmond to-day is on important one, and fortunately lor the commonwealth in this houi ot her peril, we will be represented in that body by many of the best men in Virginia. We will be disappointed if the deliberations of the convention are not characterised by that wisdom and prudence most in accord with the best interests of the com- mon wealth. A healthy indication of the.liarluouy which will prevail in the convention may bo inferred lrom the fact, that most of its delegates are uninstructed, and that, the claim ot no one to any of the offices has been specially urged as heretofore, eithei by their own efforts or through their friends. Amid the dangers that confront lis, personal-ambition seems to have been silenced by the - voice oi patriotism, anil the .sentiment which lias activated almost, every one seeks t-o have been comprehended in the inquiry— iy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 4 August 1881

T« H. KEFNEK. E# L EAST KEENER & EAST, (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AND WHOLESALE DEALEHS IN ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, NO. 2 BOWLY'S WHARF, . r - - - BALTIMORE. Special attention given to the sale of all kinds of Fruit, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Onions, &c. Consignments solicited and promptly attended to. Shipping Letter, H. ALEX. BOND. JAS. H. LEwis, Salesman. JOHN P. WALKER, —WITH—ALEXANDER BOND & CO., NO. 1 HOLLINGSAVORTH ST., BALTIMORE, MI). PRODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Receive and Sell on Commission OYSTERS, CLAMS, WATERMELONS, POTATOES, VEGETABLES, FRUITS, ETC. respectfully solicit consignments. Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed. f- •' ; . CEO. M. ROBERTS & CO., (Of the late firm of R. W. Ames & C 0.,) PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 211 WEST PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE, MI). Eastern Shovo Shipping Letter XX. Norfolk Shipping Lettor XXX. ESTABLISHED 1857. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 4 August 1881

(tiilfvprisc. Entered at the fWiolVu-e at Aeeonu! t', th, V l Av., lip matter. A'Ct'OMAC C. IT., At"(s, -i, JBBI. LOCAL. NEWS. A camp-meeting commences at vTohnsontOwn, in Northampton county, on the 18th Inst. Mr. Geo. \W BeVcl, of Baltimore, is visiting his friends at Accomac t\ lb at present-. The iiew Mw'fidball, former pastor of ilie Pro testa n't Episcopal t'hurcb at Aoeomac C. 11., preached to his xs\i\ congregation On last Sundays Mr. 01ms. \W Corbin, reached Accomae per Stmr. Tangier ou yesterday. Mr. Corbiu is still With the firm of S*-K* Bgetton & V.o. All our merchants appreciate the merits of both -firm" and "Charlie" and neb ther need any commendation at our liandsv The citizens of <Jluneoteague and AssateagiU! islands \VHI have their annual "pony penning" on the 10th inst, The evasion promises to be an unusually interesting one this year. A large number of pwiies will be sold privately and at public auction* and at a price to suit every one. Mess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 August 1881

VOL. 1. EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS AND OWNERS, _To whom all communicat ions should bo Addressed. Professional Cards. 7 SAMUEL T. ROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in the Courts of the counties of and Northampton.;' WM. P. M. KELLAM, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practico before the Courts of Accomac and Northampton counties." L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in all tho courts of Accorriac and Northampton. , Prompt attention to all business. ' GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. If., VA. .TOHXMKEI.Y, CESHim B. QUXNBV, . Acconiac C. 117, Ya. Oiiancock, Va. NEELY &> QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore cf Virginia. Prompt attention giten to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H. 3 VA. • Cr. T. Scar burg, M. D., mwm & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. DRUGS, CHEMICA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 August 1881

JICOOMAC V. U., VA., AUCi. 11, IVBI Cmimafe State Ticket. For^tiowjiov: JOlfN W. DANIEL, Of Lynchburg. For Lieutenant Governor: JAM E3 KAttßftriV Of Culppper. For■ Attoiwv General: P.w:-McKINNKY, Of Prince "Edward, "Accomac—How Does She Stand?" In an article in the last issue of the "Virginian," the writer is con vinccd that "a large body of the county, a majority of Democrats and a majority of Republicans are strongly in favor of the readjustment cause." The writer of said article is candid enough to say that he does not speak "by authority." But whoever attempts to speak for Accomac in a matter so important should give the data by which he reaches his conclusions. Will he give them! Did ho arrive at his conclusions after a thorough canvass of the opinions of our people in reference to readjustment! or was he "con- . .. vinced" by the vote which the Readjusters'polled in the last election in our county ? If our memory serves us right,the vote then cast by his party was 329. To give...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 August 1881

|lenl«sttl;t (Enterprise. Entered ut.,the PostolViee at Accomac C. II.:, Ya., jjs seeond-tiass matter. • ACCOMAOC. ll. r AUG. 11, 1881. LOCAL NEWS. 1 hereby give notice," that I will hereafter be responsible for no debts contracted any one in my name. ORRIS A. Browne. In the convention to be held at Aeeomac C. 11. on the -7th inst., Puhgoteague will be entitled to live delegates; Lee, six; Metonipkin, four; Atlantic, foi r; Chincoteague, two. By authority we announce AV. P. j\l. Kellain, Esq., as a candidate for the nomination for the House of Delegates from the county of Aeeomac before the Conservative contention. Dr. Frank Fletcher having consented to be the nominee of his party for the State Senate, we submit his name to the Public and believe that Accoinac can present no st ronger or better man, or one more likely to contribute to the success of the Conservative party if its nominee. Many Voters. We publish by request the members of the County Committee: For Pungoteague—Win. E. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 August 1881

W. P. CUSTIS & CO., Commission Merchants " —IN— . t EAELY VEGETABLES, OYSTERS,TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, 3 WOOD STREET, SHIPPING LETTER « C." BALTIMORE. T. H. KETNER. E. JJ EAST. KB PNER & E AST, (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AND Y/HOLESALE DEAIjERS IN AfiL KIJtfDS OF, PRODUCE, NO. 2 BOWLY'S WHARF, - - - - BALTIMORE. Special attention given to the sale of all kinds of Fruit, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Onions, &c. Consignments solicited and promptly attended to. Shipping Letter, H. — f : amjx. bond. jas. h. lewis, Salesman. JOHN P. WALKER, —WITH— •- ALEXANDER BOND & CO., NO. 4 HOLLINGSWORTH ST., BALTIMORE, MD., : PRODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ■•i. . * Receive and Sell on Commission OYSTERS, CLAMS, WATERMELONS, POTATOES, VEGETABLES, FRUITS, ETC. respectfully solicit consignments. Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed. GEO. M. ROBERTS & C...

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