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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 March 1882

VOL. I. JOHN W. EDMONDS, EDITOB AND O\M:U, To whom all communications should he addressed. Professional Cards. ® SAMUEL T. ROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC G. H., VA., Will practice in the Courts of the counties of Accomac and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLAM, Attorney at Law 5 ACjpOMAC C. H., VA., Will praotice before the Courts of Ac« comao and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—f NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in all the courts of Accomao and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO, T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAO C. H., YA. JOHN NEELY, UPSHUR B. QUINBY, Accomao C. H., Va. Onancock, Ya. NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys »at Law, ACCOMAO C. H., YA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore of "V r 3 'inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. * JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW __ ACCOMAC C. H., VA. GK T. Scarburgh, M. 3)., DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C, H., VA. ARUGS, CHEMICALS, SEEDS FINE PHA...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 March 1882

|)cninsttl;t (tntcrjirisc. Official Paner of Accoiac Coniiti, AV'AIID has More Subscribers on tlic Kustcrn Niiorc of Virginia tiiun all the l*iipcrs in the M(utc f»rabln«fl» PUBLISHED EVJEHY THURSDAY. Single copies, - - live cents SI.OO a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. AccomacG. H-, Va.: THURSDAY. MAKOH SO. IS*2. THE only warlike demonstration ; visible in this quarter has been | against a set of white oyster thieves, principally from those Eastern j Shore counties where the Flinders received the largest majorities last election.—Norfolk Review. Through the kindness of a friend we have received the number of March 15th, of The Review, a coalition sheet published by a "Liberal" Company in Norfolk, from which we clip the above liberal and decent sentiment. Who the editor of The Review is, it does not state, but evidently from its aptitude for mnd-slinging and dishonesty of statement he is a fit creature of his master the Boss, Xo other paper in this State h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 March 1882

|)eitt!Ml;i (hittt prist. Meial Paper of Accomac County, And iiii.s Jlloi'it fiiilisrriber.s on tin? Kustern Shore of Virginia tlirin nil the l'n Iters in /lie fttate roniblitcil. Entered at the Postotfice at Accomac 0. 11., Ya., as second-class matter. Accomac C. Va.: THURSDAY, MAR-CIS 30, ISS2. LOCAL NEWS. HORSE bills neatly, promptly and cheaply printed at this office. Try us. THE Tangier is to be taken oil' the line for repairs this week, and the Helen will take her place for a few weeks. KEY. MR. NORWOOD, of Richmond, will preach at St. James' Church, at tills place, on the sth, Gth, 7th and &th of April next. CHESTERFIELD was at this place on last Monday, "the admired of all admirers" for amiable qualities', beautiful and symmetrical proportions and a gait unsurpassed in style and speed. REV. MR. BURCII, of the Protestant Episcopal Church, a young man of fine premise, has been engaged pernia- . nently as pastor for the churches at Accomae C. 11., Onancock and Pimgo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 March 1882

alex. bono. ms. h. Lewis, Salesman. JOHN P. W \LKEB, —WITH- - | /• ALEXANDER IiOIVX> & 00., NO. .4 HOLLINGSWORTII fsT., KALTIMOKK, M 13.« PRODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Receive and Sell on Commission OYSTEIIs/OL\\LS, WATKHMELONH, POTATOES, VEGETABLES, EKUITS.'Eto, respectfully sojicit consignments. pales and prompt returna Guaranteed. I. P. Jt'STIS, U. H. AXDBEWS. I. P..JUBTIS & CO., [Formerly of Accomac Co. ; Va. j COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN EARLY FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OYSTERS, TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL, AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, NO. 7 WOOD STREET, BALTIMORE. Shipping Letter, F. ESTABLISHED 1857. SILYERTHORN & CO., WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS! GREEK AND DRIED FRUIT, BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE, POULTRY, <UM SVV.DS AND GENERAL FARM PRODUCE. South Front Street. Philadelphia. sr.vtr. AtTLKS CEO. M. ROBERTS & CO., lOf Isto firm of B. TV. Amos Oo.,) PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 231 WEST PRATT STREET, BALTI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 6 April 1882

VOL. 1. JOHN W. EDMONDS, EDITOB AND OWNER, To whom all communications should be addressed. Professional Cards. Samuel t7ross^~T" ATTORNEY AT LAW. ACCOMAC C. H. f VAi, Will practice in the Courts of the counties of Accomao and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLAM, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAO C. H., YA., Will praotice before the Courts of Ac< comao and Northampton counties. L. floyiTnock; ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND— 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, ACCOMAO C. H., VA. TONY NXELY, RRSHUN B. QUINBY, Accomac C. H. t Ya. Onancock, Ya, NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore of "V r jinia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. Gr. T. Scarburgh, DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SEEDS { FINE PHA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 6 April 1882

peninsula (tntcrprisc. Official hm of Accomac County, Has More Subscrihcvs on 111® F.ustcrii flliore of lifsliiiu lliaii nil Hie Papers fit llic Nlaie comliiiied. I PULLLISLILCD EVERY THURSDAY. Single copies, - - five cents 61.00 a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. Accomac G. H., Va.: • ;—. TIU RSDAY. APRIL, 6* 1882. . .. PARAGRAPHIC, Do READ The Whig's "It is war," of March 30 th. it is delicious. Such a larruping as it does give its balky steeds! ''Lay on Macduff." WE congratuhfte our brother of The Herald upon at last finding' a puoper use lor the word "spunk." lint, lie had to be rammed into it. ACCOUDIN'O to the llichmond Whig, the price of a Headjusfer legislator is 01,000—and it waxes very wroth because it has'nt it to give. But isn't it rather a high price for such an article? ONE gleam of sitnshine from the Legislature. The Freebooters fail ed by three votes in the Senate to carry the bill changing the judicial circuits. And, as the bill cannot come...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 6 April 1882

(fentfrjirisc. Official Faper.af Accoinae Canity, e .lml tins More SHbsrrihcrs on the Kastvili Shore of Tirsiuiu titan ull the l'upers in tlie Slate combined. Entersd at the lMstolliee at Accomac C. 11., Va., as second-class matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: THI KSD VY. Al'ltll. <5. ISS2. LOCAL NEWS. Two oases of hog cholera are reported in the vicinity of Drmmnondtown. THE PERSDNAR I>roj[ioi (y of John W. Adair, deceased, is advertised for sak'at public auction on the 13th of April next. TIIE trotting race at Puiig ; oteaguc, on last Saturday, resulted in a victory for 11. A. Weseott's colt, in two straight heats. Time—Wo; 3:30. AT Iladlock, during last week, a horse driven by Tlios. Tipton, of Northampton, ran away with b.im and over a cow, breaking its own neck and knocking out tlie front teeth of the driver. . 3LR. AVM. C. COLKBUKN will, it is said, after the lsfcof May merge tlie interest he has in two stores into one. and continue his mercantile operations in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 6 April 1882

I» H. KEPNER. E t, EAST. KE IP IST JE R & EAST, (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AND WHOLES A TIE DEALERS IN KINDS OF 1 PRODUCE, NO. 2 BOWLY'S WHARF, .... BALTIMORE. Special attention given to the ealo of all kinds of Fruit, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Onions, &c. Consignments solicited and promptly attended to. Shipping Letter, H. j ALEX. BOND. JAS. H. LEWIS, Salesman. JOHN P. W4LKER, —WITH™ ALEXANDER BOND & CO., NO. 4 HOLLINGSW9RTII ST., IIALTIMOKK, MD.i PRODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Receive and Sell, on Commission OYSTERS, CLAMS, WATERMELONS, I'OTATOES, VEGETABLES, EHUITS, ETC. respectfully solicit consignments. Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed. v I. P. JtJSIB. B. H. ANDREWS. I. !P. eTUSTIS & CO., [Formerly of Accomao Co.. Va.] COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN EARLY FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OYSTERS, TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL, AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, ; 'NO. 7 WOOD STREET, BALTIMOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 13 April 1882

VOL. 1. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Editor and Owner. To whom all communications should be addressed. Professional Cards. T. ROSS, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H. f VA., Will praotice in the Courts of the counties of Aocomao and Northampton. - WM. P. M. KELLAMj Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice before the Courts of Accomao and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOOK, " ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND— H 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 C. H., VA. »OJIN NEELY, CPSHUR B. QUINBT, Accomac C. H., Va» Onancock, Va. NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACOOMAO C. H., VA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore of "V Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. GK T. Scarburgh, M. D., ' DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H„ VA. 7>RUGg, CHEMICALS, SEEDS FINE PHARMACALS, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 13 April 1882

peninsula (Enterprise. Official Paper of Accomac Comty, WAnd kH Store SulMcrlbera ou the Eastern Shore of Virginia than all the l*aperM IN the State combined. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Single copies, - j - five cents SI.OO a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. Accorftac C. H. f Va.; THURSDAY. APRIL IS. 1882. THE Vice-President of the Penin-' aula Railroad, Mr. U. 11. Painter, in a communication we print today, sets forth the probabilities in regard to the road. Everything is so far advanced that he declares with emphasis, "I now Jfirmly believe that if we are pledged the right of way without cost to us, that l ean secure the money to grade and 'build the road this summer." * And "there are in Accomac county 100 property owners through whose lands our road will pass. Of these, thirty eight have already given us the right of way„" The ouly real difficnlty then is the right of way. - Thirty-eight property holders have already agreed to give this right, and An app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 13 April 1882

J)mrasttla (Enterprise/ Official Paner of Accemac County, WAN hat More SubMerlber* on the r» Bfcin mf Virginia tlinn all the >*«!>• rn la tk« Hlalt eomblncd. Entered at the Postoffice at Accomac C. 11.. Va., as second-class matter. Accomac C. H v Va.: TarBRMT, APRIL IS. 1882. LOCAL NEWS. AT the sale of the I>ersonal property of John M. Chandler, deceased, on last Thursday, corn sold at 93.60 per barrel. MR. CLYDE P. BTRD, of Temperanceville, is at home again jafter a sojourn ota year in Colorado and New Mexico. THE next Institute of the Public Schools for the county of Accomac will be held at Leemont, on the 3rd, 4th and sth of May next. A PETITION is being circulated by the mechanics of Onancock and vi - cinity, looking to the restriction of a day's labor to 10 hours. MB. WM. T. BARNES, an ingenious blacksmith of Mappsville, has invented a tea kettle with four compartments, and purposes to have it patented. DR. E, W. GOEHKE, chief engineer of the Pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 13 April 1882

W. P. CUSTIS & CO., . Commission Merchants ... ' '* t ' * • • I -IS-' EARLY VEGETABLES, OYSTERS,TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL AND ATJTJ :iinds of COUJSfijBY PBQDUOE, 3 WOOD STREET, SHIPPING LETTER « 0." B ALTIMORE. X. H. SEPNEB. B ti SA9T. KEPNER & E AST, (Successors to Barton &. Kepner.) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AND WHOLESALE DEAIiERS TN '■ lAlloLt *ti:v:L>S OF 1 PRODUCE, NO. 2 BOWLrS- WHARF, - - BALTIMORE. Special Attention given to the sale of all kinds of Fruit, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Onions, <tc. Consignment's solicited and promptly attended to. Shipping Letter, H. • •' V * \ r • . , .•• • Alex, bond. « jas. h. lbwis, Salesman.. JOHN P. W 4LKER, —IVITH--ALEXANDEE JBOTVTI> & CO., ISTO. 4 HOLLINGSV/ORTII BTJ, HALTIMOKK, M 13.« * PRODUCE & CCftIE¥IiSSBON MERCHANTS, Receive and Sell on Commission OYSTEItSj CLAMS, WATEIttIELO-XS, POTATOES, VEGETABLES, Jj'KUITS. Eto. respectfully solicit consi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 20 April 1882

VOL. 1. EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS ANZi OWNERS, To whom all communications should no addressed. * Professional Cards. SAMUEL t7"ROSS7 ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in the Courts of the counties of Accomac and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLAM, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice before the Courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOOK; ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—- - NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in all the courts of Acccmao and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. JOHN NEELY, UPSHUR B. QUINBY, Accomac C. H., Va. Onancock, Ya, NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore cf r inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. Gr. T. Scarburgh, M. D., DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOIV3AC C. H. y VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SEEDS FINE PHARMACALS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 20 April 1882

?rjS UUD-Uiil • lUi \.p\ fcl - •" i Oii "fapsv at' Asooaiae (ioitj, Eiias Hfirc* ft »'?.:»«> r«j on t!ie i. f-sitsi ;•<>•►{' Vir.-iSistn tSsen n!i the £ n-rors Ji» i'-.ft KfnJo coanvisinotl. Puhmsuki) Kvr.uy Thursday. S'n<de eoysas, , - five cents &I,OC a year or fifty cents: for six months, iiivariably in advance. H., Va.: TIS I*Kfil> AY, A5 f StIIi 20. 18S2. '•lt is sonietiines amusing, sometimes provoking, but always curious, to hear 'poor white trash' bragging of'heir: 'acred Bourbon-Funder b;;? sesaiid glorying in their servility r nd : '{lev at ion to these scurvy divini'ie?. There ha:?, been nothing like iv sinee'ihe days when slaves boasi2d of the wealth of their masters i.iid 'exhibited their scorn of this ' very -same 4 pobi* white trash.' The v.'hii ligig of t imo has brought round \its revenues, and the slaves and 'poor white trash' referred to have exchanged places! The former slaves are free aiid same o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 20 April 1882

pfiUßsnla <£fticr|me> Official Paper of Accoiac County, *s"Ainl flaw Nor« Sub*cril>cr» on Hie EuMtern Sliorc of Virgin in than ull the I*»lters in the Statu combine*!., ' Entered at the Postofllce at Accomac C.'JI., Ya., as secoud-elass matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: Til I* ItSl> AY, APRIL SO, IBS 2. LOCAL NEWS. COUNTY COURT, next Monday. CRABS, shad, trouts and other fine fish are now offered in our market at fair rates and of good quality. THE warm weather, in spite of the drought, is making the grass green and the gardens grow with a vim. WE are sorry to note that Captain Crockett, one of the returned oystermen, is sick with bilious fever, though not tenously. Ouu townsman, M. Oldham, Jr., has recently purchased the residence of Mr. A. Parker, in our town, at the price of $1,675. CIRCUMSTANCES beypncl our control have delayed the issue of our paper a day this week. We shall endeavor to guard against such a mishap in the future. MR. D. E. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 20 April 1882

JOS. C. SAVAGE, —"WITH— L. P. CORBIN, General Commission Merchant, FRUIT, PRODUCE, FISH, OYSTERS, Etc. NO. 304 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA. WM. T. CONQUEST. WM. T. CONQUEST, JB. P. 1,. CONQUEST. WM.T. CONQUEST SONS, General Commission Merchants. t rECIAXiTIES : Railroad. Cross-Ties, Lxiixibex- and Wood, NO. 330 SOUTH DELAWARE AYE., PHILADELPHIA. BARNET BOND, COMMISSION MERCHANT, N. W. Cor. Cheapside and Pratt St., Baltimore. - ' i Personal attention given to the sales of Vegetables and Fruits, also Poultry, Eggs and all kinds of Country Produce. Account of sales rendered as soon as goods sold. Befereiices—Tho Leading Produce Houses of Baltimore. W. P. CUSTIS CO., Commission Merchants -INEARLY VEGETABLES, OYSTERS,TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL AND ALL lINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, 3 WOOD STREET, SHIPPING LETTER «O." BALTIMORE, 2. B, KEPNER. E, L BASS. KEPNEE & EAST, (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KXNTIDS O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 April 1882

VOL. 1. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Enron AND OWNER. Xo whom ell communications should bo addressed. Professional Cards. SAMUELT. ROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in the Courts of the counties of Accomao and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLAM, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., ill practice before the Courts of Accomae and Northampton counties. Xi, FLOYD NOOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. HL. VA., Will practice in all the courts of Accomac and Northampton. Prompt attenHon to all business. GEOTT. GARRISON, Attorney at Lsiw, ACCOMAC C. H., YA. LOHN NEELY, UrSHUR B. QUIIfBY, Accomao C. H., Va. Onancock, Va. NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAO C. H„ VA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore of "V rjinia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W- EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAO C. H., VA. (y, T. Scarburgh, M;D., DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SEEDS FINE PHARMACALS, Combs, Brush...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 April 1882

rarjirisf. filial. Paiier ef Accoiac County, has More Nubsoribcrs on the Kwlorii Shore or Virginia than all the r«per* in the Nt,at« coinbiiiMl. PUBLISHED EVJSBY THURSDAY. Single colics, - - five cents §I.OO a year OT fifty cents for aix mouths, invariably in advance. Accomac C. H., Va.: THIItSDAY. A Pit 111 27. 188'.\ THE PKMSSUIA RAII.KO.II>. There is a growing conviction that this railroad will be built. We certainly hope so. Additions to the gift of right-of-way are constantly being made and a greater interest developed. A t the rate of increase of the gift of tho way now goiugon, those who fail to do so will soon be. in it small minority. The 'true slogans now arc, "fall Hi" and f close up-the ranks," and let the glad tidings go forth that tho last obstruction to the building ot a direct line to New York has been removed. We are assureiLthat tho company is now getting into such trim as will, when this' consummation is reached, enable them to begin at once to grade an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 April 1882

|)riii'iisfi!;t tttrprk. Official Paper of Acciae County, "•'"Ami has More (iiiii.scrflKis on the Eastern Short- of Virginia than all thv I'uptrs iu the State Entered at the Postolfice at Accomac (,'. If., Va., as second-class matter." Accomac C. H v Va.: TIII RSDAY, Al'lUl. 27, 1882. LOCAL WEWS. THE Board of Supervisors meets on Thursday, May 4th. THERE will be a camp-meeting on the Onancoek circuit this summer. Time and place will be determined next Sat- - lsrdav. ® MESSRS. CoLicitrux, Wir.iuxs & PRO. are now selling at auction their stock of goods. The sale will continue .during this and next week, and no one wishing bargains should fail to attend. THE remains of Mr; Benjamin Wes- % colt, of late years a resident of Baltimore, but a native of this county, loved and respected by all,who knew him, were brought home on steamer Helen last Monday for interment. Dns. LKCATO AND LEATIIERBURY operated very successfully 611 last Moilday 011 a very malignant tumor 011 the hand ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 April 1882

WM. T. COJfQTTEPT. VM, T. CONQFEST, .TBU F. L. COMST"EST, WNI. T. CONQUEST & SONS, General Commission Merchants. IPECIALTIES: Railroad Cross-Ties, Lumber and V/o'od, NO. 330 SOUTH DELAWARE AVE., PHILADELPHIA. BAR NE T BOND, COMMISSION MERCHANT, N. W. Cor. Chcapside and Pratt St., Baltimore. Personal attention given to the sales of Vegetables and Fruits, also Ton I try, Egga an<} dl kinds of Country I'roduce. Account of sales rendered as soon as goods sold. Refereuces—The Leading Produce Houses of Baltimore. W. P. CUSTXS & GO, Commission Merchants —IN—EARLY VEGETABLES, OYSTERS,TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL AND ALL UNDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE. 3 WOOD STREET, SHIPPING XiETTBR "C," BALTIMORE. T, H. JKEPNER. E I, EAST. EAST, (Successors to Barton <t Kepner,) OENERAL MERCHANTS I AND WHOLEfAEE DEALERS E* ALL OF PRODUCE, NO.'2 BOWLYS-WHARF, - - - BALTIMORE. Special attention given to the calo of all kinds of Fruit, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Onions, &...

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