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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 May 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, May 5, 1SS8. LOCAL NEWS. The Boaul of Supervisors meets Mon? day, May 7th Northern ice for sale by the pound or ton at Rundick's. Onancock The Masonic Hall at Accomac C. TL. will be offered for sale at public auction on next court day. See advertisement Just remember that Bundick's fine icecream cannot be beaten. That is what the folks are saying about it this season "When you visit Biltioiore stop at the Maltby nouse, where will be found first-class accommodations and exceed? ingly low rates. Miss Amy Jones, of Parksley, re? turned from a lone visit t > Boston, last week. She was accompanied by Miss E. S Chadbouriw By order of the Worshipful Master of ? Ocean Lodge, 116. a called meeting will' 'beheld in their hall at Wachapreagiie City next Wednesday D. H. Johnson, Leemont, returns from the city today and will open out an immense stock of goods early next week. He will offer special induce? ments to purchasers this season More new poods...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 May 1888

^teCONSTRUCTION^^ if?1 Aart only the very best quality of every&hlnj size i inch; shafts, best second growth hickory, tl ;ted +.f Tsteel aide pieces: bottom made of venet oughly riviled to side pieces. The side pieces are connected in front m.der shafts with a joint, and are supported bf me.iiis of two spiral springs, as shown In cut. These springs are made from best c: ueililc steel, and twelve feet coiled in each, oil tempered, laminated wood seat bottom; forged iron seat rail; finished in the white;uiccly striped, and full leather In the manufacture of this wonderful <art only the very best quality of everything is used. WheeJa, K>nney patent, \A 1 giade: axles steel, double collar, size i inch; shafts, best second growth hickory, thoroughly season*!. XXXX quality The seat and body frame is constructed *?f Tsteel aide pieces; bottom made of veneered wood, three thiclrni*;.es. thor lpe trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all parts ?('AREFULLT NOTE Tn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 May 1888

Y7/-?T TTiUT? \T11 HiT TT i f' T"i TT*1 ~\ i i publi8hkd EVERT SATURDAY -4 7" ACCOM AC C. H., VA. no.-W. Edmonds, Ounor sluA Editor. Subscription Rates.~i "opy. one year $1 00 11 six months 60 u one year . 5 00 nd a copy for six months free to the ne sending club. jopiea. one ye:tr $10 00 and a free copy to the Bender. Advertising Kites. nch, one insertion . $ *' three '* . 1 26 " one year .. 7 50 mates for larger advertisements a longer time made known on appli ion. ^Circulation larger than all the pa- j ; published on Eastern Shore of Vir-1 a combined. FA cross mark on your paper indi-| 's that your subscription has expired, s due, and you are respectfully solic 1 to renew "or remit. rCoramission men or business men ,ny class in Baltimore; New York, ladelphia. Boston, Norfolk or ltich? id, can reach more truckers and ners through the columns of Tiiej rEUrniSE than in any other war. i P. 0. PAKKAMORE & SON, a T T o R H E Y S-a T-L a W Accomack C. n., Va. rill visit Chin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 May 1888

ACCOMAC COUKT-1IOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, MAT 12, 1SSS. Entered at the Postofiica at Accomac C. H.,Ya.-. as secoud-class matter. Any one who observes the car rent of political thought and dis? cussion in this country must see that the tariff is one or the great issheson which party lines are to be drawn in the fatnro. Tlic dan? ger of centralization is becoming less every year, and some of tho ablest advocates of the States Rights theory are now to he fouud in tho North, and not a few of theui in the Republican partv, as for instance Senator Dawley, or Couneciicut. Attention is becom lug diiee*ed more and more every year to industrial and economic problems; and in the front rank stands the question of taxatiou. This question comes home to eve? ry man, woman, and cjiild in the laud. It is a.g-ven?niisiake to sup po_t_ Jjie--people care nothing about the tin iff aud are not mterested in having it so adjusted that it will answer to the requirements of the Federal Constitution and the nec ess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 May 1888

iCCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATE Kl) AT, MAY 12, 18SS. LOCAL KEWS. Dr. M. Q. Holt ami Hon. John Neely tvill address the faimers ?t Eastrille, H'Xt Monday. Shipments of stiawberries were made o Baltimore last Tuesday by L. H. imes, Pungote?gueand Jas. II. Bayly, )naucock._ When tou visit Baltimore;s>>p at the ?taltbv House, where Will he found irst-class accommodations and exceed ugly low rates. Mr. Heyward B. Keaton, a worthy it-izen of the comity, died at his home n Chcscounessix last Monday of dropsy, ired about 63 years._ A hoise valued at 6000, belonging to lessrs. Geo. \V. vmkI .left" D. Jacob, teile Haven, sent to Baltimore to be i>ld, died last week. The Eastern Virginian newspaper ml job office will be sold at public auc ioii at Onancock, this afternoon by Jpshur B. Q?iiiby; trustee. The order of the Secretary of the 'reasury of December 7th. 1SS7, iscoiitihuiiig the custom office at inaitcock and Chincotengue, 'Accomac ?untv, has been annulled. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 May 1888

-^^CONSTRUCTION^^ In the manufacture of this wonderful cart only the very best quality of everything is used. Wheels. Kenney patent, A 1 giade: axles steel, douMe collar, atze i inch: shafts, best pecond growth hickory, tlmroiiKhly seiisoned. XXXX quality The seat and body frame is constructed of Tsteel side, pieces; bottom made of veneered wood, three thicknesses; thor? oughly riYiied to side pieces. The side pieces are connected in front m.der shafts with a joint, and are supported by nieiois of two spiral springs, as shown in cut. These springs are made from best ci ucible steel, and twelve feet coiled in each, oil tempered, laminated wood seat bottom; forged iron seat rail; finished in thu while;uicely striped, and full leathe trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all parts. ? Gakefully Note Tiiese Points. 1. This easy riding cart has ho seat bars to climb over in getting in or out of the seat. This makes it desirablo for al! classes of people 2. It is the only cart that can be adjus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 May 1888

VOLUME VII ACOOHAO C. fl., VA. SATURDAY, MAY -...19,. 1388 NU-M?3EB ? T. 0. PARRAMORE & SON, A t t 0 R S K Y S-A T-L aw Accomack 0. 5., Va. Will visit Chiucotcague the Monday before every county court, and '-remain there two flays. Prompt atteii! ion given to all business |il?cetl in thHr hau ls. Will practice in all the courts or Acco? mac and Northampton counties. JAMES IL FLKTCllKK, JR., a t t o e n e y - a t - l a w . AncoMAr C. IL, Va. Will nractice in the courts of Accomac end Northampton counties. Jonti 4. Gunter. -ohr. W. ??. Kiackstone G?STER & BLACKSTONE, ATTORXEYS-A T-L A IF, Accomack C. TT.. Va.. ?Till practice in the Courts of Accomack ami Northampton counties._ L. FL?TB N"OCK, ATTORN RY-AT-L A W AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Accomack 0. H., Va., will practice fn all courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Prompt, attention to all business._ JUDGE Gi;0. T. GAERJSOjSV ATTO KN EY-AT-LA W, Accomack C. il.. Va. Practices in the circuit courts of Ac? comac a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 May 1888

JLGOOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, May 10, 1SS8. Entered at the Postoftiea at Accomac C. II..Va., as second-class matter. The Editor having pone North on a business trip furnishes ?uffi cient apology for the lack of edi? torial matter this week. The press of new advertising cards, too, oc? cupies much of our space and we are sure the public will prefer in this case "business to pleasure." The reports from Norfolk evi dencje that the Convention was ^^PI^fLv^^^ ful of success next fall. lion. John S. Barbour was elected chairman amid the wildest applanse. Our conntyman, John J. Gunter, and Chas. Wallace, of Fredericks burg, were chosen delegates, with T. 2J. Walker, of King and Queen, and A. Brocken brongh, of North? ampton, as alternates, !rom this district to ihe Sr. Louis Conven ! tion. and Thomas B. B. Wright, of i Essex, district elector. Capt. O.j A. Browne resigned as a member of the Executive Committee and Dr. Frank Fletcher suc? ceeds him. From various sources we give elsewh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 May 1888

ACOOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1S8S. tins' A eross-marK on your paper, before &f your name, made with pen and ink, I 65* Indicates tnat your subscription has I &ST expired, or is "due, aim you are re-j spectfully solicited to remit or re? fer new;. LOCAL KEWS. S! rnwben ies coming?where? Inexorable laws'opped seine hauling? on Tuesday. Fish were never so plenty. I Samples of strawberries (in quarts) ? will be received at thisofhet?tested.; and opinions published gratis. Mrs." Es;her Nottingham, widow of Gen. S. S. Ni'tthmhaui, died at 'Ridge way,' mar Eastville, on iwnday last, aged 88 > ears. The canipuuctlng committee meets on Tuesday, next, at 2p. m., at Tur? lington's camp ground. A full attend? ance is requested. "When voi! visit Baltimore st<p at the MaltbT House, where will bo found first-class accommodations and exceed? ingly low rates. On Tuesday, at 7.r>0 p. m.. the young i folks of Mariouville, Northampto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 May 1888

?^BCONSTRUCTIONsSSS?* In the manufacture of this wonderful cart only the very best quality of everything is used. Wheels, Iveriwey patent, A 1 grade: axles steel, doul le collar, size * inch; shut'ls. Pest second growth hickorv. thoroughly seasoned, XX XXquality The seat and body fiatne is constructed of T steel side pieces: bottom made of veneered wood, three thicknesses, thor? oughly liviled to side pieces. The side pieces are connected in front m.der shaft* with a joint, and arc supported by m ana of two spiral springs, as shown in cut. These springs are made from best c; iiciblc steel, and twelve feet coiled in each, ml tempered, laminated wood seat bottom; forged iron s*at rail; tints hoi in t?e white ;bie?hy ewiiift?, sjjflSail leather trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all p?Jls. ?:-Carefully Note These Points.--:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat bars to climb over in getting in or out of the seat. This makes It desirable for all classes of people 2. .It is the only cart t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 26 May 1888

VOLUME VII "aCCOMAO C. h., va. saturday, MAY 2G, 1888 NUMBER 47 T. 0. PAKKAM ORE ft SON, Attorney s-a t-Liw Accomack 0. H., Va. Til! visit Ghincoteague the Monday before every county court, anil remain there two days. Prompt attention given to all business placed in their hands. Will practice in all the courts of Acco? mac and Northampton counties. J AM ICS H. FBETCH li R, JR., attokbet-at-law. accomac G. U., VA. Will practice in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Joh* J. Guut*r. John W. G. niacfcPtono GUNTER ft BLACKST?NE, A TTO RNE YS-A 7 - LA W, Accomack C: IT.. Va., will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton counties._ LTpLOjD NOCl^ ATTOK NE Y-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Accomack: ?. II.. Va., will practice in all courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all business._ JUDGE GEO. T. GARRISON, ATTO RNE Y-AT-LAW, Accomack C. If., Ya. Practices in the circuit courts of Ac co;i'.:\c and Northampton._' DR! LEWIS J. HARMANSON, ?Dentist.? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 26 May 1888

A.CCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, May 26, 1SS8. Sntered at the Postoflico at Accomac C II. .V a., as seccmd-class matter. It is related that once upon a time a man lived in a very leaky lionse, and a neighbor happening iu for refuge wliilo it was raining, asked why he did not repair it, bis prompt reply was, that he could not do it while it was raining. His neighbor sngge-'ting be could do so when the weather was dry. he replied with emphasis, why should I?then it does not leak. This is evidently the view taken by the school authorities of the sit? uation at the public school grounds here. While it is wet they cannot drain the beautiful lake and canal; when it is dry there is no necessity to do it. This reasoning is vastly to be admired, and wo suppose since it has held good for so many years it one lit to ho'd good for many yet to come. A correspond ent, "Adam." once wrote that we were ''a people walking backward.'' The condition ol the public school grounds goes to prove a secti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 26 May 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1SSS. egr a eross-marK on your paper, Delore SS." your name, made with pen and ink. indicates mat your subscription ha? IfsT expired, or is "doc, ant, you are re ?Tspectfi?ly solicited to remit or re Csf new. LCC?L KEWS. Another week of very cool, wdij weather. Strawberries have been paying well prices reaching IS to 20 cents per bas? ket. Justice M. 11. Higgins has been on a visit tu his daughter, Mrs. T. II. Kel- \ lam, at Cape Charles. Crops are looking badly. Corn and potato spiouts look like a Tar Heel in the "agerueestrick"?yellow and sick. Dr. S. Blair 'Waul, Belle Haven, will be here on court day. If you have bad let th he wiM make tli'-m cood; if good already he will tell you how to keep them so. Parties desiring: ice cream for festi? vals in large quantities will please give r. ca few days notice that I ma\ ure:>aie plenty of pure cream, as I use no t-cru starch. W. T. Dandick. A petition is going the rounds asking aid t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 26 May 1888

^^CONSTRUCTION^S^ In thi? manufacture of this wonderful cart only the very best quality of everything is used. Wheels. Kennry patent, A 1 grade: axles steel, double collar, size 4 inch: shafts, best second growth hickory, thoroughly seasone-1, XXXX quality The seat and body fiame is constructed of T?teel side pieces: bottom made of veneered wood, three thickm-bses, thor? oughly rivited to side pieces. The >ide pieces are connected in front, iir.der shafts vrlrh a joint, and are supported by in ans cf two spiral springs, as shown in cut. These springs are made from lies*, ciucililc steel, and twelve ioH coiled in each, oil tempered, laminated wood seat jcpttom; forged iron seat rail; liu?>hii-J hi lie white;?ioet? flteiiwft, |Vo4?-!l leather trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all r#9 ?:-Carefully Note These Poists.-*-:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat bsrs to climb over in getting in or out of the seat. This makes It desirable for all classes of people 2. It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 2 June 1888

VOLUME VII ACCOMAG C. EL, VA. SATURDAY, JUNE 2 L3S8' Wir.UAii (tamule WM. Established 1S71. Andkew Uaublk & CO., ERCH?NTS_ No. 185 Reade Street, New York. RARE OPPORTUNITY ? FOR? PURCHASERS! Modesty is n good trait, but Our Rig Stock ?ana tlie? wh.it we;have to say to yon THE LAME TOOK THE PREY w?jjr d,u diseased, or nave physical infirm? ities, so they aro hindered from doing a con NUMBER m .cot jpri on toe .track, wondering BROOKLYN - TABERNACLE. coimissioi iiiiiaii, 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game and Produce of every description. CBHtidVrence?A. M. Nottingham. Locistville. Va. Everett t. Nock we offer eompci us ro say ihnt no merchant carries a larger stock, of i greater variety, and at lower prices Brito-re-A. M. Komnglmm. LoyvM.e.Tx. Peop^ B,u,k, N. Y | SSSi^gS E II Orixx ~~ " " . n , .. ) only call attention to a few items in ^UN;N ; which we especially excel, such as CLOAKS [ of every kind and description,and at prices from 85 to$I2.r),...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 2 June 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA. SATUBDAY, JUKB 2, 1SS8. Entered at the Postoflice at Aceomac C. H..Va..?s second-class matter. The renominntion of President Cleveland at the National Demo era tic Convention which meets in St. Louis next Wednesday, is so generali? accepted as a foregone conclusion, that no one will look forward to its proceedings, so far as they relate to him, with any special concern. The iuterest ecu tres iii'the man who will occupy the second place on the ticket and until recently the chances seemed to be about equal, that the hone would be bestowed upon either Gov. Gray, of Indiana, ex Con? gressman Morrison, of Illinois, or Secretary Vilas, of Wisconsin.' A boom started, however, in the past few days for Alleu G. Thurman of Ohio seems to have disposed ef iectnally of the prospects of all oth ers in that direction, if the ''Noble OKI Romau" as he is so generally known will accept the honor, and those who claim that they are au? thorized to speak for him say he will. If ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 2 June 1888

fmmh Enterprise. V.J. z_?_ AC.OOMAC COGET-HO?SE, VA 6ATUK1)AY, JUNE 2, 1SSS. LOCAL I^E^S. Tho Board of Supeivisors meets Monday, June lSth._ The eoniinissiun merchants of Balti? more request shippers not to let their peas set ton ripe before picki.ig them. The premium list of the Eastern Shoic Agricultural Fair ior this year, will appear in our issue of next week. A "crazy quilt"worth S'50, raflleil at j a fair at .leuk Ins Bridge during the holi? days was won hy Mr. Win. H, barker, New York, An organization of the V.M. CA, ncently ellected at Kastville suggests : tho querv, why Accoinac should not j have one also? Messrs. Pancoast & Griffith, Pbila.,; writt us under date of May ?'lst, "late; berry train today." Have we no rights | trhich the railroad authorities are bound j to lespect? The announcement is made hy re-: qut-st i f superintendent of Zion Baptist1 {sunday school that "Childiens Day" will be observed al that church the sec-j ond Sunday in -lane. Mr. Pieasont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 2 June 1888

Da ^^CONSTRUCTION^ I? the manufacture of this wonderful ?ort only the very beat quality of everything is used. Whpels. Kvnr.ey patent, A 1 grade: axlea steel, double collar, size ? irren; shafts, best fiecr.ud growth hickory, thoroughly mwsaiwJ. XXXa quality Th3 seat and body fianie in constructed *? T steel side pieces: bolloin iiiad.0 of Sneered wood, thro,-* U>lelu?w^ thor? oughly rivitcd to side pieces. The side pfcce? are connected lu front under shafts with a jomt. and tire supported by means of two spiral springs, as shown In eat. These springs are marie from liest e; uciuJo steel, and twelve feet coiled in each; oil tempered, laminated wood seat bottom: forged iron seat rail; liuished in tao white micely sti iped, and f rII leather trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all parts. -Carefully Note Titesk Points.-:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat bars 10 climb over in getting in or out of Uie seat. This makes it desirable for all classes of people , ? _. , 2. It is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 9 June 1888

VOLUME VII ACCOMAC C. H., VA. SATURDAY, JUNE 9, NUMBER 1? William Gamhi.s Established 1871. Andrkw tfamble WM. GAMBLE & CO., DDfiniTPJ .. 1 luJJUU JJ I MERCHANTS, No. 185 Reade Street, New York. References?A. M. Nottingham, I>onstville,Va., People's Bank, N. Y E. H. QinsN B. J. Quura 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game and Produce of every description. fiTBffrrence?A. M. Nottingham. Locustville. Va. Everett T. Nock Elbridge F Nock Tp ill li NOCK P pti Wholesale Shippers and 30.3 S. Front St. & S. W. corner Delaware ave'Uio & Dock St. And Nos. 1, 2, 3 & 4 S. Delaware avenne Market, Philad'a. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS, "Wholesale Produce 1 IIa. mm Strawberries, Potatoes, Peas, &c. 10% dock gr.r Philadelphia, T. (t. Eairbaiiks. Geo. \V\. TuII, K. E. Cochrait, E. M, Hanson. Special, j 9 ' ^ {Successors to R, E. CO CHE AN & CO.,) i ? HHP Iii? 96 PARK PLAGE, N EW YORK. Shipping...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 9 June 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY. JUNE 0, 1SS8. Entered at the Postofhcc at Accomac C. H..Va..as secornl-classmatter. The Democratic National Con? vention wisely has heeded tne, wishes ol tbeTcmocratic massesof: the country, and their deliberations resulted in the nomination of Grover Cleveland for President and Allen G. Thurman for Vice-Piosident of the United States. Their action could not have been otherwise?the people from every portion of the laud demanded it. The adminis? tration of the affairs of the Goven - ment by Cleveland daring the past three years has giveu such general satisfaction.,jhat jt has never-oe curred to any good Democrat in the country that any one else should lead the ticket. Equally deter? mined have the people been that Judge Thurman should have the second place on the tieftet, ever since ho has signified a willingness to accept it. The action of the con? vention in reaffirming tho platform adopted by its representatives in the Convention of 1S84, and in ...

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