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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 23 November 1889

VOLUME IX ACCOMAOC. H., VA. SATURDAY,: NOVEMBER 23. 1889 NUMBER 21 L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, AOCO?AOK C. Ii., VA., will practice in all courts of Accomae luid Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all business._ GEO. F. PARRAMORE, Attorn ky-it-Law, . Aceoniack C. K.. Va. Prompt attention given to *il busi? ness placed in Iiis hands. ( Will practice in all the courts of Acco? mae and N ortbaraptou counties^_ JAMES H. FLETCHER, JR., ITTOBNSY-AT-LATf. AncOMAC C. Hi, Va. Will practice in the courts of Acoomnc and Northampton counties. Will visit Jenkins1 Uridge socond Saturday in every month to se? parties ?who Wish his services professionally. Upshur f>. Quiiibv Thoi. 15. Quinby, QUINBY & QUINBY, ATTOKJfKYS AT-i.AW, Offices?Accomae 0. II., and Onancock. P. O. Address?Onancock, V?. Tele<rauhic Address? Taster. Va. Practice in all courts or. the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Prompt attention to all business. J?hn Neelv Thos. W. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 23 November 1889

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY. NOV. 23, 1S89. Kntered at the I'ostoflice at Aecoroac C 11.. Va.. as second-class matter. The correctness of the charge marie by us in our lust issue.of ihe In? justice done to ?he prople of Ac comae in the delivery of their mails, incident to the late change in the schedule of the N. Y. P. & N. R. R- hss been abundantly verified by nd vices received from every port of onr county. We then entered onr protest against the delay of five hours in the deliv? ery ?f our mails, and charged as unjust Ihe discrimination made in favor of onr Maryland reighbors. Now. we are in possession of infor motion regarding onr mails since the new schedule went into effect, which enables us with more em phasiS, to reiterate our charge of injustice and In Ihe name of the people to demand a change, if they, have any rights, which the rail? road authorities are bound to re? spect. The facts speak for them? selves. The communication from Wnchaprragne, tells us a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 23 November 1889

ACCOMAC" COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, NOV. 23, ISS& John W. Edmonds, Editcr and Owner,' Delinquent lands for year 1SS8 are ad vertisofljvy the Treitsurer of Acconiac, in this issue. The stores in Oiuncock will herinsed on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, No? vHiiber2S h. 1SS9. Pundick is selling beef as low as ever and fat-backs still lower by the keg. TheN. Y. r.&N R. R. Co.. have decided, it Is reported, io ballast their track with either stone or shell. Come to court next Monday and In ing us the dollar you owe us. "We wmit it to meet our expenses ai d MUST HAVE IT. Mrs. Nelson Guthrie and Miss Nettie Wiaibroti&h have opened a dress mak? ing establishment on North Ptreet. Oimncock. The patronage of the pub? lic is cordially invited. Mrs. O. D. Douehty. runpoteague, is home from theciiy with a full line of millinery gocd<. The attention of the puHic is respectful1;- invited totht* fact. ?1 d a call by her old and new customers is hereby coidi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 23 November 1889

CDDS (KD ENDS. The anti-trust law in Missouri is to bo rigorously enforced by the state au? thorities. In the lord mayor's show at London on Nov. fl among the lifo savers marched, in full equality of achieve? ment, the dog that recently rescued at Bochdule three little children from a burning house. The smallest size solitaire diamond ring was produced in New York last week. The ornament could not be passed over an ordinary pencil, and was made for a museum freak in Harlem. A hermit, whoso previous history is unknown, not even his name, has for :i long time occupied alternately as a sleeping place, a couple of caves in the inclosed grounds of the Hermitage, on the south side of Edinburgh. It is not generally known that there arc in existence some very spirited ballads by Lord Macau lay which, in accordance with tho author's wish, have never been pyblishod. The best of them relates the story of Bosworth licld. John Armbruster, of Grafton, W. Va.. determined on suicide, took poi? son,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 November 1889

t^^^^ ^\ , j ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^ '^i 1^ II % jl "^^^^^ '' VOLUME IX ACCOMACC. H., VA. SATURDAf, NOVEMBEB 30. H*9 NUMBERS^ L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY-AT-LA \V AND NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMACK C. Hi, VA., will practice in all courts of Accoinac ami Northampton, counties. Prompt attention to all business._ GEO. F. PARR AM OHE, Attorn ky-4.t-Law, Accotnack C. Va. Prompt attention given to all busi? ness placed in hi* bands. Will practice iu all the courts of Acco mac and Northampton counties. _ jam BS FL- ELETCH KR, JR., a t '1' o r n k y - a t - l a w . ACCOM.AC C. H., YA. Will practice in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Will visit Jenkins1 Bridge second Saturday in every month to sev parties Who wish hi* sei vices professionally. ?pshur B. Qulnliy Tims. Iii QnlnbyJ QUIN BY & QOTNBY, ATPORNKYS AT-TiAW. Offices?Accomae C. 11., and Onancock. P O. Address?Onancock, Va. Teleniat.liic Address? Tasley, Vs. Practice in all courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Prompt attenti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 November 1889

AUCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, NOV. 30, ISS9. KuteiedI at the Postoflice sit Aecomac C U..Va..as second-class matter. The New York, Philadelphia aud Norfolk Railroad mail trains con? tinue lo inn. in utter disregard of the wishes ?>f our people, whom the authorities representing them con? tracted to serve. Protests against the wrong thereby done to us mid demands tor ;i change, with an unanimity almost without a dis? senting voice, seem to be matters of no concern to them. That a Peninsula of 40.000 inhabitants has i-ny rights which they are bound to respect, of course, has ??' occui nd to ihem. That the right of way, with a liberality utmost; un psirailed, was for ihe most part given to them and the fact that the inilrond is self sustaining onlj, through tlie patronage it reeeiv? s from our people, according to their notions of justice, evidently enti? tles us U) no consideration. Deaf a.> they seem to be to all our en treaties sind antagonizing as they do ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 November 1889

A.OUOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 18S0. LOCAL NEWS. The next meet ire of Hoard of Suppr -vi*or? will be oil Wednesday, December 16th. .Miss Eunice White. Metnmpkiiv, was the pucst of Mrs. S. C. Mclson, Acco mac C. II.. lie i?st week. The steamer Maggie was taken off the line of the Eastern Shore Stesm "boat Co.. for tiie winter, on yesterday. Special attention is invited to tli, advertisement of Mr. A. W. Lillislon. -which appears in th:s issue. He is pie- J pared to offer you bargains. ! The Peninsula Mutual Belief Asao-j elation, advertised elsewhere in our columns, is commenntd to all parties who wish to insure tlieir l.ves. S. 3\. Martin & Co.. Hoffman wharf, (ffcr tl.eir stock of carriages at a re? duction of 10 per cent, as tliey wish to dispose of them lefoie 1st of.lamnny. Bev. John A. Barker, late missionary to Brazil, will preach in Orummonrt t'>wn Baptist church to morrow morning and at Hollies, in afternoon of same day. He will receive an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 November 1889

ODDS AND ENDS. The Hartford (Conn.) Courant has entered upon its 120'tli year. Ex-Congressman Stephen F. Wil? son, of Wellsboro. Pa., has built for himself a granite tomb in shape of a log cabin. A New York paper is wrestling with the problem, hitherto unsolved, why fat men evince stieb a remarkable fondness for baseball games. At Plant City, Fla., there has been found what seems to be a half orange with a smooth skin and a half lemon with a rough skin, the latter being a little larger, growing together us oue fruiL The vote iu Massachusetts was very heavy. More than twenty-live tons of paper were used in printing the ballots. Sibcri? is commonly regarded as a region of ice and cold; but in summer time it is about as hot a country as there is on tho face of ttie giobe. There are 115,810 newspapers and periodicals in the United Stales, a gain of SOU in twelve months, and of 7.10G in ten years. There have be^n two springs discov? ered in Bram well, W. Va., which are only about fifteen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 7 December 1889

VOLUMEJX L. FLOYD SOCK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, AOCOMACK 0. VA., will practice in all courts of Accomac und Northampton counties. i??omi?t aLtention to all bnsiness._ " GEO. F. PAKRAMOKB, Attorn ky-vt-Law, Accomnck 0. H., Va. Prompt attention givtn to all busi? ness placed in Iiis hands. Will practice in all the courts or Acco? mac and Northampton connties\_ j AMBS Hi FLETCKKU. jr., ATTORNl?f- AT-LiW. ACCOMAC C. H., va. Will practice in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Will visit Jenkins1 Bridge second Saturday in every month to see parties who wish his services professionally. ?pshur iCQuinby Thos.d*. Quinby QUINBY & QUIN BY, ATTOKXEYS at law, Offices?Accomac (j. II., j.nd Onancock. O. Address? Onancock/Va. 5 ?vrai.hic Addre.ss?Tasley. Vs. clnctice in all courts on tlie Eastern -=?^r*^ ?:? ri ,. 11.<._iA.ttm.it.iiin. juhnNeelv Thos. W. Russell NE ELY & RUSSELli, ?attorneys at law,? Accomac C. II , Va. Practice in the cour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 7 December 1889

a com Ac oouuT-nqvsB: va SAT CK!) AY. DEC. 7, 1SS9. iChtered at Hip Postnflicp at Accomae C Ii.. V'h. . as second-class matter. The trains of the 2?. Y. P. & N. I?. P.. eon tin he to run, despite the :: just ice thereby (lone to I he poo. pj??. according lotho "own sweet will*' of i}s officials. Tito warn fugs of the press jinil protests of the peop'e not only are unheeded, but if fhe Cape Charles Headlight can be accepted as their moufliptecc. "they will stick down their brakes tighter'' in proportion as their methods re resisted. The nltor jtiteos of our cnnreinpowy may U? '-?vier ami they may he indiff.*!*;. c!>t fo r! e vishes and convenience of the public, they profess To serve, hut vre piopose "'In fight it out on 11:0 line'' which we have -farfed, despite l!:e ?.'.Urnings of their :? blogisf, until a change for the letter in ??ur raihoad schedule is c-flVc'i d, "if ii lakes nil llie winter" to ncconii'bsh *l ni object The fact, ti.ar 'he railroad ?.Hei ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 7 December 1889

ACCOMAC COUKT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, l'p:C. 7, ISM). John W.Edmonds, Editir and Owner. LOCAL MEWS. 1 Sip next nineties of Board of Super? visor? will be on Wednesday, December 16th. Mr. W, A. Bloxom advertises in this issue valuable versonHl property for sale at public :ii etion, on December lSth. Three negroes were committed to jail last Sattnday, for stealing keg of whisky from ear at Faiksley station, to await the action of grand jmy. Mr. Leonard J. GofBgon, for many rears deputy clerk ot the county of Northampton, died near Bay view on "Wi (Tuesday of last wet k. aged TS years. _. d?.._ A f/ r.1? , ~'ve scale will be pose of raising funds to complete new | church building. Call at Slocomb & Ames*, Onancock. if *?n want a handsome plush wrap or jacket. They have cut the prices on them and are offering some splendid bargains in that lin*. lion. John W. G. Plackstouc intro? duced the first bill in the Legislature this session, t<> wit: to repeal the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 7 December 1889

ODDS AND ENDS. John G. Wbitticr says ho expects to live to the age of 1U0 years, though be is not auxious to do so. Eight thousand pounds of lead ore in ono chunk were taken from the De Graff mine at Ziucite, Mo., tiie other day. If you have a wife be as gentle and attentive to her as if she was the wife of some other inau. A brother of the Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott, the Dev. Edward Abbott, of Caoibridge, Mass., lias just been made Protestant Episcopal missionary bish? op of Japan. Bonaparte's house at Longwood, St. Helena, is now a barn; the room in which bodied is a stable: and where the imperial body iay in state may be found a machine for grinding corn. Of 1.54S marriages contracted in Prussia last year between blood rela? tions. 1,422 were between cousins, 110 between uncles and nieces, and 1G be? tween ?unts aud nephew*. Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, says his daughter is about as skilled in the law as he is. She acts as his amanu? ensis and advises with him when doubtful legal poin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 January 1890

VOLUME IX ACGOMAO C. H., VA. SATURDAY, JANUABY 11, 1890 NUMBER 28 JohnNeelv Thos.W. Russell STEELY & RUSSELL, ?attorneys at law,? Accomac 0. H , V?. Practice in the courts of Acco? mac and Northampton counties. OTHO P; MB ARS, attorney -at- law, Bastville, Northampton county,Vi?, j Will practice in the courts of As-j comae and Northampton. i L^ FL O YD NC) C Kj ATTORNEY-AT-LA W AND NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMACK C. II., Va., will practice m all courts of Accomac ami Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all business. _J GEO. F. PARRAMORE, attorn ky-a.t-law, Accomack 0. H., Va. Prompt attentiou given to all busi? ness placed in bis*bands. Will practice-in all the courts of Acco? mac aud Northampton counties. JAM ES IT. FLETCHER, JR., a t t O r n s y - A t - l A w . ACCOMAC C. H., Va. Will practice in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. J. W. G. BLACKSTONE, Attorney at Law, ?Accomac C. II., Va.? Will practice in all the State courts. Upshur P>. Quinby T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 January 1890

ACCOM AC COURT-HOUSE. VA S AT UR D A X ? JAN. 11, 1890. Entered at the Postotiice at. Acconiac C H..V*a..as second-class matter. Tl't; criminal expenses of the State, which for many years have bee?i grievous burdens to her peo pie, are now engaging the atten? tion of our Representatives in the Legislative. In u. discussion of tho matter in the Senate last Mon? day, it whs shown,that more than ?cii per cent, of the revenue of the Plate was expended yearly in crim? inal prosecutions and the astound it?g revelation made that such a state of things was due, not as sup? posed. f? r the most part, to the increase of colored criminals, but prii:cipaHv because misdemean? ors which should be tried by jus? tices of the pomop were sent on to 'In* 0< unty Courts for trial, whore the expenses were greatly increas? ed. According to the figures of the Richmond Stare, for instance: ??In the Ninth district there were, according to the last census, 17, 545 colored people, in the Eighth (57...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 January 1890

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, ?I AN. 11, 1S90. ?John W.Edmonds,Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Philip Twyforn, living near Accomac C. H., is critically ill: Miss RebeccaByrd of Washington, D. C, is visiting friends in the vicinity of Cashville. Mrs. LizzieLilliston,lunatic, wife of ( E. R. Lilliston. died at Accomac C. H. I Va.. ye>t?iday. Rcy. W. P. ITineSof Norfolk, has de? clined the call to the Onancock ami Broadway Baptist Churches. you can take your choice from Ash by & Behuit V big stock of shoes, and! get them at cofct?Ihey must be sold. Mr. E. B. Phillips has been appoint? ed postmaster at Wachapreague City in place r.f Mr. E. T Powell, resigned. Priceof "Mixture B" same as last jear. O'ders by nndl. will receive the careful attention of W.L. Nock, agent. Teraperauceville. Fiesh fish?fat backs, halibuts and spot*?caught in our waters, were sold in Diuiniuo.idtown during this and hist week. Parks & Gei man, Parksley, are again home f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 January 1890

THE DREXEL INSTITUTS. A rUiladclphlu Sellout to Ilctcmblo Some? what the Coooer Union. In order to correct erroneous impres? sions about the Drexel Industrial in? stitute, which it was intended to es tablish at Wayne (near Phih*"*dpliia), it is thought advisable to "make a brief statement, giving the original purpose us it existed in Mr. A. J. Dimers mind, with a review of tbo eircuin stances which have modi lied and en? larged that purpose. His Ib-st thought was, that as quite a number of institutions had l;?en founded for the industrial training of boys, and but few (if anvj exclusively for girls, that lie would establish an industrial college for girls, in winch they should be instructed ;ind trained in such a way as to help them to em? ployment und occupations in which they could earn a liberal living. Ac? commodations and facilities for hous? ing, boarding and training about 200 girls were to bu furnished, and to this cud land and buildings' were purchas ed at Wayne, and archit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 18 January 1890

VOLUME IX 7???M?CC. H., VA- SATURDAY, JANUARY 13,1890 NUMBER 29 LARGE AND SMALL STOVE COAL. NUT, BROKEN AND EGG COAL. 2240 Lbs. to the Ton Guaranteed at Lowest Market Rates. Harrison Bros. & Go's TOWN AND COUNTRY Ready-Mixed Paints! It is impossible to judge of con? trasts in paints by mere sample (?uWlc Tliu in:lli!lf:u,.t.ur*?rx. of tllCSf illustrative designs of houses, cot? tages, and villas, each differing, in architectural style and colored P* show proper artistic contrasts. 1 have paints in stock und port? folio for examination. EsPI carry also a full line of ireneral Merchandise. William H. Parker. _Taslky. Va._ &00K, OuTmOOK? Having secured the services of a City Boot and M Slater, we solicit orders of those desiring First-class work. Ladies' or Gents', either stitched or pegged. Coar>ti work and icpairing will re? ceive prompt attention. I also offer my service lo the pub? lic as an AUCTIONEER of fifteen years experience. -L. A. T. OOVING...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 18 January 1890

? mmrn Enterprise. ACUOMAU COIIUT-UOUSE. VA SATURDAY, JAN. IS, 1S90. riutered at the Postoflice at. Accomac C iu.Va.. as second-class matter. The bill reported by the Silrott com m i t tee,a ppropriati hg $75,000 to make good rhe losses incurred by members of Congress has been de? feated. Hon. John W.DanielvUl deliver his address on the life of the late ev-President Jefferson Davis at Mozart Hall, Richmond, on the ev? ening of Saturday, ,T..nuary 25th. Walker P.laine, eldestjson of.Scc letary Rhiiiie. and examiner of claims of the State Department. iPed in Washington. Wednesday, ofpnenmonia.superinduced by the grippe. A bill has been passed by our legislature, which goes into effect next July, teducing the average attendance of scholars in all the public schools to ten in order that teachers shall receive the whole salary. The bill has our approval, if the public school system is there by to be benefifted, but it occurs to us that if is liable to abuse, which may work injury to it. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 18 January 1890

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, JAN. IS, 1S90. John W, Edmonds, Editor and Owner. LOCAL SMEWS. A Good Templar Lodge is sooa to he organized at Parksley. The 'grippe' has put in an appear? ance at Accomac C. H. Dr. G. l\ Moon- has been npwinted physician to county jail of Nortlmmp An association of colored teachers cf Accomac convenes at Pungoi. ague, February 1 st. T'-e pc'" ol register of public school at Accomac CIL,shows an enrollment of more than a hundred pupils. A movement is on foot looking to the establishment"of a public cemetery In j One of our Accomaj school teachers, we are advisrd, "is gaining some cele biiety lor wiiting Temi erancepoetry." Dr. .1. E. Brodwater introduced in the legislature on ihe 10th inst., a bill to provide for the drainage of low lands. Mr. Tlios. It. Downs was at the last tenn of county court of Northampton, appointed oyster inspector for the whole county. Marriage licenses registered in Acco? mac county court clerk's office during the year 1SS9...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 18 January 1890

THE GREAT Quicker tJ}an Peruvian and Jjalf tlje price. for Irish potatoes, early peas, early cabbage, onions, top dressing straw? berry beds, asparagus, etc., etc. .SLATOHI11 iifil FHSSPIAf ? for sweet potatoes, water melons, late cabbage, tomatoes, corn, oats, grass. 227 SMITH'S WHARF. y Manufacturer, BALTIMORE, MD. Agents-G. 11. Dalby, Bridgetown, Northampton County. Keliatn & Nottingham, LoenstviTe, A. P. White, Masouville, H. T. White, Blonmtown, Aecomac eonntv, Fa. OUR MIXTURE The leading fertilizer in Aecomac county. Over 2U0 tons sold and used by over 401) farmers in Aecomac county alone last season. To any of whom we would respectfully reler. It has proved itself to be Equal t& Peruwmm ?maao and other fertilizers costiug ?15 to $50 per fou. We buy our materials prepared largely from the butchering estab? lishments in Chicago, our South American nitrate and muriate from ilie importers, and propose to give a high grade fertilizer of intrinsic merit, for...

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