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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 April 1890

VOL. IX. ACCOMAC C. H., VA., SATURDAY, APRIL 5. 1&90.-SUPPLEMEIST. NO. 40. THE NEWS. Vice Admiral Srepben C. Raw.m, retired, di.-datthe E ibitt iioui.\ iu Washington. used rigbty?ve.-The Republican Tariff bill was presented ;it a special nieoting o: the Ways and Moans Committee. Ic w II cause a reduction of forty-live million Jo! lars ia t'ie rcve-nues. ?The reading of a paper before t ie Methodist Minister?' m;c-t >ug, in Chicago, on "The attitude 01 Rjtiii tj our system o education,'" c .u e l a sharp dlscus.iou.-Govvmor lliil has veto, d the Sixtoa BallotRiformbilL-Morris Task r oc Co.'s Building at New C stle, Del., ivn turned, and a dozen firemen ?ere injured y n failing wail.-"Fiddlei" Smith, a tough character 0! Newark, N. J., murdered G o. Hastings and Frederick Butler in a hat fac? tory at that place.-Charles Emory Smit::, editor-in-chief of the Philadelphia Press, m l li.o re.-ently appointed minist.-r to Ku sia, was given a farewell bauquet by the n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 April 1890

"A MAD LIOI." rev. d&. TAlMACSKVi sunday ' s? c.uon. Prenc?crt nt the <?caiierar of Xnslc Brooklyn, A'. Y. Text: Hvvng dog is better than a dead lion."?Eccles. ix.,-1. The Bible is the strangest, the loveliest,the mightiest, the weirdest, the best of books. Written by Moses the lawyer, Joshua the soldier, Samuol the judge, Ezra the builder, Job the poet, David the shepherd, Daniel the prime minister, Amos tap herdsman, Mat? thew the custom houso otlicer, Luko the doc? tor. Paul the scholar, John the exile; and yet a complete harmouy from the middlo verse of tho Bible, which"is the eighth verse of the one hundred and seventeenth Psalm, Seth wavs to the upper and lovrer lids, and the shortest passage, which is the thir- i Ith verse of the eleventh chapter of j i. to tho longest verse, which is the ninth j ie'of the eighth chapter of Esther, and ; : not an imperfection in ah the 773,60!} | ords which it is composed of. It not only : ?aches over the past, but over...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 April 1890

ACCOMAOC. H^VA- SAJXTRDAY, APEIL 5,1890 NUMBER 40 LARGE AND SMALL STOVE COAL. NUT, BROKEN AND EGG COAL. 2240 Lbs. to the Tou Guaranteed at Lowest Market Kates. Biicii, Lime anfl Stogies. Harrison Bros. & Go's TOWN AND COUNTRY Ready-Mixed Paints! It is impossible to judge of con? trasts in paints by mere sample cards. The manufacturers of these paints have issued a portfolio of 50 illustrative designs of houses, cot? tage* and villas, each differing in architectural style and colored to show proper artistic contrasts. I have paints in stock and port ? folio for examination. EsPI carry also a full line of ixeneral Merchandise. WiiSiam H. Parker, Tablet, Ya. &00K, OH, &00K7i; Having secured the services of a City Boot aii Sloe Maler we solicit orders of those desinug First-class work, Ladies' or Cents', either stitclied or pegged. Coarse work and repairing will re? ceive prompt attention. I also offer my service to the pub? lic as an AUCTIONEER of fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 April 1890

ACC?MAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1S90. Entered at the Postoflice at Aecomac (J H.;Va.. iis second-class matter. The Republicans, despite their declarations as In the advantages of protection, cannot agree upon a tariff hill. ,In election rimes the Republican wants no better theme for the display of his oratory, but when he is called upon to vote up? on the tariff as a practical question many of them have constituents who demand low tariff too earn pally to be ignored. In deference to that sentiment so many of the Republican representatives in Congress are protesting against the Republican tariff bill presented by Chairman McKinley of the Ways and Means Committee on last Monday, that it has no chance of passing either branch of Cong gress. It does not meet the views of the New England manufactur? ers and even the high protection? ists of Pennsylvania are dissatis? fied with it and yet it will effect, it is claimed, a reduction of $45, ()0(),0UO ia revenues. The cry of prote...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 April 1890

VOLUME IX ACCOMAC C. H., VA. SATURDAY, APEIL 12, 1890 NUMBER 41 LARGE AND SMALL STOVE COAL NUT, BROKEN AND EGG COAL. 2210 Lbs. to the Ton Guaranteed at Lowest. Market Rates. Bricks, Lime an? SiiLite. Harrison Bros. & Go's TOWN AND COUNTRY Ready-Mixed Paints! It is impossible to judge of con? trasts in paints by mere sample cards. The manufacturers of these paints have issued a portfolio of 50 illustrative designs of houses, cot? tage* and villas, each differing in architectural style and colored ta show proper artistic coutrasts. I have .paints injgtgcfe >ind.:-uorfc-"| folio for examination. f^I carry also a full line of General Merchandise. WiHiam H. Parker, Tasley. Va. &00K, OH, &00K? Having secured the services of a City Boot an? Shoe Mater. we solicit orders of those desiring First-class work, Ladies' or Cents', either studied or pegged. Coarse work and repairing will re? ceive prompt attention. I also offer my service to the pub? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 April 1890

AUCOMAC C???T-H0U5E. VA SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1890. rintered at the PostofHce at Aecoroac C H..Va.. as second-class matter. Judge J. M. Jeffries, of the Ninth judicial district, tho oldest Judere in Virain-a, died at his residence at West Point, Va., last. Sunday, i The engagement of Miss Winnie Davis, "daughter of the Confed? eracy." to Mr. Alfred Wilkinson, of Syracuse, N. Y.. is reported by a New York paper. The Committee on Commerce of House of Representatives of U. S.,has resolved to report adverse Iv upon Representative Huchan an's resolution providing for an investigation of the Life Saving Service and their action, doubtless, gives another respite to the gal? lant men of the service from the persecutions, to wh'ch they have been subjected, too olten by the politicians. Tho report is especi? ally gratifying to us, hecanse, the malice which prompted tbe attack while aimed ostensibly at the men of the service in another dis? trict was really meant for this dis? trict and for no o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 April 1890

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1S90. John W.Edmonds,Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. The circuit court of Accomac. in ses pinn for the hist two weeks, adjourns today. , Proposals for the erection of a school house at Onancock arc wanted. Speci? fications, etc., are published in another i column. An order enteied at the last term of onr county court in reference, to appli? cations for liquor license, at next term of said court, is published for the in? formation of the public. Trof. S. T. Ford will be In Drum mondtown on Monday, April 14th. and gA'C an elocutionary entertainment at the Methodist Church at 8 p. m. He promises an entirely new program. Gome and hear him. Dr. Gco. B. Zell, dentist, Pocomoke City, will be at Parksley for the prac? tice of his profession, April 21. 22 and 23. and at Mappsville, April 24 and 25. All persons wishing his services are re? quested to take notice. John Z. Nock, formerly of this coun? ty, died in San T rauoisco, California, on 22ud day ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 April 1890

THE GREAT ???? .vi* Quicker tf^an Peruvian and half tlje price. for Irish potatoes, early peas, early cabbage, onions, top dressing straw? berry beds, asparagus, etc., etc. for sweet potatoes, water melons, late cabbage, tomatoes, corn, oats, grass. 227 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE, MD. Agents-Cr. K. Dal by, Bridgetown, Northampton County. KeHam A Nottingham, Locustvtl'e, A. P. Wbite, Masonville, H. T. White, | Bloomtown, Aecomrfc county, Fa._ $22.00 CASH. This Fertilizer, is compounded ??specailly for Corn, and contains 2J percent, of Ammonia, und we recommend it as the most economical Fertilizer on the market for Corn. Especially if composted with dirt and ashes, a few weeks before using. -is much higher grade than last year Analysis: 3.1S Ammonia. 3.45 Potash. 1209 Phosphoric Acid, Equal. 28.5S Bone Phosphate. State Chemist's Cash Valuation S3I.54. 46 17 5.65 Ammonia. 3.80 Potash. 10.55 Phosphoric Acid, Equal. 12.03 Bone Phosphate. ^ large deck cljoice TIMOTHY For sale by?W'm. L. &am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 April 1890

VOL. IX ACCOMAC C. H., VA., SATURDAY, APBIL 12. 1&90.?SUPPLEMENT. NO, 41. THE NEWS. Thirteen Chinese were arrested while at? tempting to cross the line between Mexico und tlie United States at Tiajuann.Cal.?-Thomas Hope ami Mrs. Mary Hogers, who died re? cently in New York, ench bequeathed many thousands to charitable institutions.??A colored girl at cmptcd poison the infant daughter of .lohn II. Holmes, of Fredericks burg, Ya., with carbolic acid.-F. P. Morris, n real estate dealer of Minneapolis, has di ap? peared, and utnnerouschargesof crocked deal? ings on his pan are coming to light:-Two Italian- while pummelling each other on a railroad track, near Ncwburg, N. Y.. were struck by a train ami one instantly killed,urn! the other seriously injured.-Mrs. Anna Cooley was found dead with a pistol shot wound in hcrtotnple, inthc house of Micuh VF. Norton, at New Portland, Me., for whom she had been housekeeper.-Seven thousand carpenters of Chicago went on n strike for eig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 April 1890

His Subject "Macnpelah; or, Easter Thoughts." Preached at the Academy of Music, Brooklyn, Xew York. Text: "And the field of Ephron, which was in Machpclah which was before Manure, the field and the cave which was therein, and all the trees that were in the field, that I teere in all the borders round about, icere made sure unto Abraham."?Gen. xxiii., 17. IS. Here is the first comet erv ever laid out. Machpelah was its name. It was an arbores? cent beauty, where the wound of death w-ns bandaged with foliage. Abraham, a rich man, n.>t being able to bribe the King of Terrors, proposes here, as far as possible, to cover up up his ravages. He had no doubt previously noticed this region, and now that Sarah his wife had died?that remarkable person who at ninety years of age had boru to her thy son Isaac, and who now. after she had reached one huudre.1 and twenty-seven years, had expired?Abraham is negotiating for a family plot for her last slumber. Ephron owned this real estate,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 April 1890

VOLUME IX ACGOMAC C. H., VA- S?TJRDAY, APBIL 19, L890 NUMBER 42 GEO. F. PAUBAMOBE, Attorn ey-a.t-Law, Accom?ck G. H., Va. Prompt attention give? to all busi? ness placed in his hands. Will practice in all the courts of Accs mac and Northampton counties. JAMBS H. FLETOHK?, JR., il'TOKNE Y-AT-LAW. ACCOMAC C. H., VA. Will practice in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. OTU? F. M15 A US, ATTORNEY - AT- LA Enstville, Northampton county,Va. Will practice in the courts of Ac- j cotnac and Northampton. John Neelv Thos. W. ttussell NE FLY & RUSSELL, ?attorneys at law,? Accomac 0. II, Va. Practice in the courts or Acco? mac and Northampton eouuties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC,! ACCOMACK 0. H., Va., will practice tu all courts of Accomac; and Northampton comities. Prompt I attention to all business. JOHN A. BUND I CK, ATTORNEY-AT law, ? i.ccoinac 0. H., Va.? Will practice in tlie courra of Ac? comac and Northampton counties. J. W. G. Blackstone, At...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 April 1890

ACCOMAC COUKT-II?USE. VA SATURDAY, A PK IL 19, 1S90. Kntererl at the Postoflice at Aocomac C 11.. Va.. as second-class matter; The Seventh New York regiment, invited to be present at the un? veiling of Lee monument on the i'Oth of May has declined the invi? tation. They gave as a reason for their failure to accept, that they would have to parade on me? morial day, May 31st, but the ttnih is possibly, that they were afraid of the howl of the bloody shiit fellows, and if so we are g;ad they will not be present?indeed, they ought not to have been iu vired. True and honorable m?n everywhere recognize the worth of o n dead chieftain and pay no un? willing tribute to his memory? and such men from the North should have received a cordial welcome to participate in the core .monies incident to the rnveiling of the Lee statue, if the honor was solicited by them, but the privll ege certainly should not have been tendered them. Lee needs the encomium of no man, nor can the act of anyone dim the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 April 1890

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1890. John W. Edmonds, Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. A postoffice luv Iwn established at Mr. Geo. E. Koberts' store, near Cherl ton, to be known as Signet. Tbe personal property of Henry nail, deceased, will be sold on bis late prem? ises or. Messongo, next Tuesday. Tbe nan.e of Terry Moore, PmiffO? teaguc. a,-pears among the list of claim? ants,to whom an increased.peusion has been allowed. Lr. Russell Smilh.of Bayview.North ampton, and Miss Sallio Rif?en, Of Stockton,Md.,were married on Wednes? day, 16tli inst. Mr. C. L. Beeve.a prominent and en? terprising manufacturer of Chicago, ar? rived at Accomac C. IT., this week, on a visit to his cousin, Mrs. William 11. Parker. Master Roy White, the young and sprightly son of Mr. D. Frank White, Parksley, has accepted a temporary clerkship with Mr. Henry Melson,mer chant of our town. Capt. Samuel F. Marshall, formerly of Accomac, but of late years a resident Of Northumberland county,will remove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 April 1890

THE GREAT r Quicker tljan Peruvian and Jjalf llje price. ' Title Trucker for Irish potatoes, early peas, early cabbage, onions, top dressing straw? berry beds, asparagus, etc., etc. SL4I5H1I1 ISIli FI?SPIA11 for sweet potatoes, water melons, late cabbage, tomatoes, corn, oats, grass. Mmnufaoturer, 227 SMITH'S WHARF. BALTIMORE, MD. Agents-Or. Ii. Dalby, Bridgetown, Northampton County. Kellam & Nottingham, Locnstvil'e, A. P. White, Masonville, H. T. White, Bloomtown, Aceonviocounty. Fa._ &WJM $82.' $22.00 CASH. This Fertilizer is c impounded espeeailly for Corn, and contains 2_ per cent, of Ammonia, and we recommend it as the most economical Fertilizer on the market for Corn. Especially if composted with dirt anil ashes, a few weeks before using. 301 -is much higher grade than last year Analysis: 3.18 Ammonia. 8.45 Potash. 33 0!? Phosphoric Acid, Equal. 2S.53 Bone Phosphate. State Chemist's Cash Valuation $36.54. 7? 5.65 Ammonia. 3.80 Potash. 30 55 Phosphoric A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 April 1890

VOL. IX. ACCOMAC C. EL VA., SATURDAY, APRIL 19. 1S9?.?SUPPLEMENT. NO. 42. THE NEWS. The Michigan Central Railroad Company proposes to run a now limited vestibule t-u:n he;ween Now York anil Chicago, reducLngtho time to twenty-three hours.-While Daniel Keardon and James Croiiin were n turning from a funeral *n Me'rose, Mass., they en? gaged in a fight, in which Reunion stabbed t.'ronin probably fatally.-Samuel F. Pier sun, president of the Pennsylvania, Lehigh and Lastern Railroad, i> lying serious ill at his home in Philadelphia fr.m the effects of over mental work--Judge Audi- ws, of the Supreme Court of Now York, has denied Kvangelinj H in ilton's applic tic n for a'i mony pending Ray lluinilton'ssuil fordiv >rcc. -The Buffalo Spring and ('.ear Works, of Buffalo, N. Y., were destroyed by fire, Loss $10,000.-Mrs. PeterMoiiaghnn and Herman lteinricks, of Xewark, X. .F.. were horribly gored byncow.-Heivy rain ami hailstorms dd considerable damage in Illinois fii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 19 April 1890

?The Noted Brooklyn Divine's Sunday Sermon. SnbjcctJ "Duties :?n<l ttosponnlbllltlcs of Business Men." Text: "Jl is naught, it fa naught, saith thebuyer; but when hr. is gone his tcai/, then hebodsietAJ"?Proverbs xx.. 14. Palaces are not such prisons as the world imagines. If you think thai the only time kings and queens come forth from the royal gates is in procession and gorgeously at? tended, you are mistaken. Incognito, by day or by night, and clothed in citizens' apparel or the dress of n working woman, they come out and see the world as it is. In no other way could King Solomon, the author of my text, have known everything that was going on. From my text 1 am sure lie must, in disguise, some clay have walked into a store of ready made clothing, in Jerusalem, aud stood near the counter and overheard a con? versation between a buyer and a seller. The merchant put a price on the coat, and tho customer began t<> dicker ami said: "Ab? surd! that coa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 May 1890

VOLUME IX ACCOMAOC. EL, GEO. F. PARRAMORE, Attorn ey-at-Law, Accomack C. Va. Prompt attention given to all busi Bess placed in his hands. Will practice in all the courts of Acco mac and .Northampton counties. JAMES H. FLETOKER, JR., attorney-at-law. ACCOM AC C. IL, VA. Will practice in the courts of Accomac and ^Northampton counties. ~ ?TlT? F. M Ii AUS, attorney - a t - l> a w, Eastville, Northampton county, Va. Will practice in the courts of A3 eornuc and Northampton. John Is eelv Thos. W. RusseU NEELY & RUSSELL, ?attorneys at law.? Accomac C II, Va. Practice in the enacts_ or Aeocr! mac and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTOR N E Y-AT-L AW AND NOTARY PUBLft!. accomack 0. H., Va., will practice in all courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all business. JOHN A. IJUNDIUK, attorney-at LAW, ? -lecomac 0. II., Va.? Will practice in the courts of Ac? comac und Northampton counties. j. w. g. blackstone, Attorney at Law, ?Accomac C. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 May 1890

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, MAY 3, IS90. Kutered at the Postoftice at Accomac C M..Va.. as second-class matter. A change from the manifold series to the one-hook series in our public schools has been agreed op on, it is stated, at the instance of the Superintendent of Public In ^atruction. The statement, if cor reel,shows not only a want ofjndg menf, but a reckless disregard of the sentiment of Virginia, on the part of the members of the. Board, which passes our comprehension. That they should be willing to make t he people of the State ac? cept a series of text books, written, as it is stated, many of them arc from a Northern standpoint, and therefore unjust and repulsive to the great body of the people, is too incredible to be accepted as true. Parson Masscy in making the re? commendation, made a blunder creditable neither to his head or heart and the Governor and At . toi ney-Oeueral will in accepti?g his'views be guilty of the most ap? palling stupidity. No oue surely can ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 May 1890

A3C0MAC COUKT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1S0O. John W.Edmonds,Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. J. U. Heath lias received tlie ap? pointment of postmaster at Jamesville, Northampton county. The storehouse and Roods of Mr Hen ly Melson. Accomac C. IT., were sold this week to Mr. Jas. P. Daugherty, at the price of S1.S00. The work of raising the county 'jail I another storv is progressing rapidly un? der the supervision of M- ..Alfred J. JJHiston, the contractor. ' ' ?A rension lias been granted to widow or James S. Kellam, decease:!, of Ex mere, for services rendered by her late husband in the Mexican war. The storehouse owned by D. J. Tit low & Co., Main street, Onancock, will t>e sold at pubi c auction, on Saturday, May Slst, 3 p. m., on the premises. Mr. George It. Hick man, an indus? trious farmer and very worthy citizen, died at his hon-e near Horntown, on Thursday, of List week, aged about 40 years. Dr. John E. Mapp,superintendent or public schools of Acc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 May 1890

' ODDS ASP ENDS. tiayety is io good humor as per? fumes to vegetable fragrance; the one overpowers weak spirits, the other re? creates and revives them.?Dr. S. Johnson. ? . ,4 All Russian ships of Avar are to be lighted exclusively by.electricity, and by January next-'the {'whole Russian fleet will: be ItglUeiMiy-.that mean's." [" A Connecticut sea captain aveistlittt the .aJ-bjitl'oss is quite as subjwtifo.^ea sickness as mankind i'n general and womankind in jwrtieular. Some men give more light and knowledge by the bare stating of the question with peispicuity mid justness than others bv talkiligbf it in.'fross con? tusion for wbolo hours together.?Dr. L Watts. More than 'a third of the bawd school unstresses in London get sala? ries of over $1,000 ?a year, and there are altogether about 1,000 in theme ti-opoiis and the provinces together who receive GC3? or upward. An Albany. Ga.. young man made desperate love at a dunce to the wear? er of a mask. Imagine his surprise when tboobje...

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