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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 November 1885

VOLUME V ACCOMAC C. EL, VA.. SATURfc, NOVEMBER 6 NUMBER 18 rUBLISriED EVERY SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC C. H., STA. J-n?.W. Edmonds, Owner and Editor. GEOEGE F. PAERAMORE, A i t oske y -a t-L a w Accomack C. H., Ya. Will visit Chincotcagne the Monday before every county court, and remain there two days. Prompt attention given to all business placed in his hands. JAMES H. FLETCHER, JE., attokney-at'iatt, accomac C. H.,' Ya. "Will practice in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. John 3. Gunter. John W. G. BlackMone. GUNTER & BLACK-STONE, ATTORyE YS-A f*-LA IF, Accomack C. H., Ya., will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTOENEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Accomack C. H., Ya., will practice In all courts of Accomac 1 and Northampton counties. Prompt I attention to all business. JUDGE GEO. T. GARRISON, A TTORN E Y-AT-L A W, Accomack C. H., Ya. Has resumed the active practice of his profession and solicits the patron-1 age of his friends. Of...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 November 1885

SATUh'PAV. NovKMKKtt 7. 1SS?: Entered ut the- Postollice at Accomac C, 11.. Ya.. as second-class matter. Virginia is redeemed! From the bondage to which a little petty boss would subject iiersheis forever free. The same glad tidings reach us from every part of ourCommon? wealth of the triumph of She Dem? ocratic party. The news is indeed glorious. Gen. Filz Lee is elected b\ a tremendous majority and both branches of our Legislature are largely Democratic. The Mahone he*, in fact, have not only been beaten?they have been routed.? The election returns show Demo? cratic gains from every part of the State and sound the death knell of the Outcast too forcibly to be mis? taken by one even, so steeped iu iniquity and sin as he is. One thaig only remains to mak" our victory complete?to rid ourselves as speedily as possible of the gang elevated to positions of profit and trust by him. who have only stood in wait to do his bidding. ??Turn the rascals out" should be the patriotic utterance of...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 November 1885

ACCOM AC COURT-HOUSE, VA.: SATURDAY, November 7, 18S5. 335? A cross-marK on your paper, t>ef ore ggf your name, made with pen and ink, CST indicates that your subscription has tgS" expired, or is due, and you are re f?$T spectfullv solicited to remit or re? it^ new. LOCAL NEWS. Board ofSupervisors meet again on IStii of November. Mr. E. S. Johnson has been appointed postmaster at Tasley station Mr. John B. Downing is soon to open a first-c!;iss store at Keller station. Mr. John H. Floyd has been appoint? ed postmaster at Marionville, Nor? thampton. Mr. Will. Knux, salesman foe Hodges & Co.. of Baltimore, came home to vote the Democratic ticket. 1_ Mr. John D. Grant came home from ; Richmond, and Mr. R. D. L. Fletcher! from Norfolk, to cast their vote in Ac comac. Hard t imes call for greater economy. If you visit Baltimore and desire to com bine comfort and economy stop at the '?Maltby House." Mr. George H. Bagwell is soon to be commissioned deputy collector of cus? toms, and...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 November 1885

Would Drop it. An old negro who has never taken bntliltie interest in public a fib irs, who during the stormy days remained quiet and unobtrusive, culled upon a lawyer the other day. "Look beak, Cap'n," said he.? "In s'arehin'ronn' 'mong yer books hah yer lbun' auv law for er nigg?r "01?, yes. plenty of it.'' ''Got some fur mci" '?Owing to your case." '?Got er good one." "Well, state it." "I've been whipped, sub." "Who whipped you?" "M v step-son." "What for?" ?? Va'se he could. I reckon.'' ??Well, what are the points?" "J )cse is de p'ints. sah: I mar-i ri?-d de blackest nigger 'oman yei pber seed. She role inedat she wnz er mighty young pusson, but it turned out dat she wnz fifty years old." "Couldn't yon tell her age!" ??How wuz I gwine tor tell it?? Ter kaiu't no mo' tell de age o^one o? desebeah right black nigger wim min den yer ken tell de age o'er a black sheep. Wall, sab, I was fool'd til! de udder day when her son come tor .*eo ns. Blamed scoundrel is older den I is. 1 did...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 November 1885

_______ ! ^ NUMBER lT rUHLISIlED EVERY satttrday AT ACCOM AC C. H., VA. Jno.W. Edmonds, Owner and Kill tor. GEOEGE F. PARB?MOKE, A T T O It Ji E Y -A T-L A W Accomack C. H.. Va. Will visit Ohincotcagne tlie Monday before every county court, and remain there two days. Prompt attention given to all business placid in his hands. JAMES H. FLETCHER, JR., attorney-at-laay. Accomac 0. H., Va. Will practice in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. John J. Gunter. John W. G. Blackstone. G?STER & BLACKSTONE, .4 TT0R2SE YS-A T-L A IF, Accomack C. TL, Va., will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTOR N E Y-AT-L AAV AND NOTARY PUBLIC, J Accomack C. II., Va., will practice in all courts of Accomac - and Northampton counties. Prompt: attention to all business. JUDGE GEO. T. GARRISON, j ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Accomack C. IL, Va. Has resumed the active practice of bis profession and solicits the patron? age of his friends. Office?opposite the I priva...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 November 1885

mwk Enterprise. ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14,1SS3: Entered at the Postofliee at Accomac ('. 11., Va.. as second-class mat ter. The query, more frequently pro pen tided in Virginia than any other perhaps, since our late election has been who is to succeed Mahone in ? be Senate of the United States, and ihe answer thereto with rare ex? cel .tious has been, that no one could so adorn the position or serve the State with so distingu? ished ability as the Hon. John \V. Daniel. Everyone recoguizes his fitness for the place. Asa citizen without fear and reproach, states n an, orator, he stands without doubt, the peer, if not the superior of any man in the Commonwealth. The question of fitness and merit, in fact alone being considered, he towers so high above every other aspirant iu the State, that his se Ieeuon as a U. S. Senator would be undisputed, if reward for party services don't enter into the contest. In;;a word.Mr.Barbour alone stands iu his way, because of his sk...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 November 1885

ACCOM AO COURT-HOUSE, VA.: SATURDAY. November 14, IS85 <aT A cross-marK on your paper, netore gsT your name, made with pen and ink, indicates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are re tig?" spectfully solicited to remit or re tST new. LOCAL E^SEWS. Board ofSnpervisocs meet again on ISth of November. Our local column isa little short this week on account of the illness of the ed? itor. The ministers of the county of the M.E. Church, South are in attendance at Conference, Petersburg, Va. Several of our ministers of the Baptist denomination are attending the Associ? ation now being held in the city of Rich? mond. Valuable real estate at Accomac C. H., will be offered lor sale through our columns next ,\veck by Mr. Alfred J. Liliiatou. Col. Duflield Savage, proprietor of the TVaddy Hotel after an absence from the county of several weeks returned home yesterd ay. Mr. Thcs. II. Kellam, Sr., an old citi? zen of the county but of late years a resident of Baltimore, ma...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 November 1885

How Good Writing is Acquired. Writing to be good must be legi ble and rapid; to be legible it must have good form, and to be rapid it must be simple in Ks construction as regards forms and their Combi nation, and it should be small since it is obvious that the pen can be carried ever short spaces easier and more rapidly than long ones; and it should have little shade, aud be written with a pen above medium tor coarseness that the unshaded I hies mayhnve t he requisi t e si reugth I shall speak more specifically re? specting form, leaving movement and other essentials to speakers who may follow me. As a rule,there should be but one form used for each letter of the alphabet, and es? pecially should this be true of a copy for learners, having a single stand? ard form, the teacher will not only repeat it with greater accuracy, but t ili- pupil will more readily com pre? bend and msster it. Letters and w i '? should be critically analyzed at he blackboard. This will great ].. id he pupil...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 21 November 1885

VOLUME V ACCOMACcTh., va- SATURDAY, f&VEMBER 21 1885. NUMBER 20 published every saturday AT AC CO MAC C. H.. VA. Jno.W. Edmonds, Own'or and Editor. GEORGE F. P A RR AM ORE, Attorney-a t-L a w Accomack C. H., Va. Will visit Chincoteague the Monday before every county court, and remain there two days. Prompt attention given to all business placed in his hands. JAMES H. FLETCHER, JR., attorney-at-law. Will practice in the courts of Accom?c and Northampton counties. Joha J. Guator. John ^Y. G. Black3toiie_ GUNTER & BLACKSTONE, . A TTORSE YS-A T-L A TP, Accomack C. IT., Va., will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton couftties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORN EY-AT-L AW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Accomack 0. H., Va., will practice in all courts of Accomac and Northamption counties. Prompt attention to all business. JUDGE GEO. T. GARRISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AcC0MA.dC C. IL, Va. ITas resumed the active practice of his profession and solicits the patron? age of his friends. Office?opposit...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 21 November 1885

peiihisitk internst. ACC'OMAC COUBT-IIOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, November 21.1SS5: Entered at the Postoffice at Accoraac C, Lr.. Va.. as second-class matter. No question of more importance rould perhaps engage the atten? tion of our next Legislature than tl>ar of loads. The public high w ays indicating as they do to a great exrent, the thrift of a people deserve attention at any time, but e.-pecbilly at the present'era of Vir? ginia's prosperity, iucident to her recent political triumph. The debt question is no longer a disturbing element among our people. The matter of race supremacy is forev? er settled. Bossism is dead and the corruption incident thereto is num? bered among the things that wete. The government ol the people is in the hands of tlsose who are so identified with every inter? est of Virginia, that it will not on? ly be their duty, but their pleas me to see that her affairs are fair? ly and justly administered. Peace and prosperity reigns throughout hi r borders. The happ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 21 November 1885

ACCOM AC COURT-IIOUSE. VA.: SATURDAY. Novemitob 21, 1SS5 i ? ( 1 1 i t ? i 1 Jl D n luU LITI?N178 i ? t SSF A cross-marK on your paper. rtetor?j EgT your name, made with i>en and ink, i 5yT indicates that your subscription has tgr expired, or is due. and you are re ?JT spectfuily solicited to remit or re- ] 6^"new. LOCAL SN8EWS. Mr. James A. Smith has been com? missioned as postmaster at Exmoresta? tion._ Mr. John II. Mel vi n of Horntown, was among the visitors to oui town this week. Mr. W. P. Gofligon has been appoint? ed postmaster at Locustmouut, Accc mac comity, Va. Judge B. T. Gunter attended as a del- j egate. tlie Baptist Association recently convened in the city of Richmond. Mr. J. A. Tat em, a well known com? mission merchant of Philadelphia, was a welcome visitor to our sanctum last Wednesday. The Board of Supervisors which met last Wednesday, adjourned to meet again early in December- or as soon as court-house is completed. A lirst-class barber has opened a shop at. A...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 21 November 1885

Tolly (Jot Him. ''Then you hnve't come into a great fortune after ail, Mrs. Tig ley?" "No ma'ro; not a bit of it." "But 1 noticed in the papers that you bad been made wealthy by the death of some relative." '?Yes, that's about the way it was pictured out, 1 guess." ''Aud isn't it true? Didn't you ge! anything at all?" ??No. mam: not a niekle. You see if was a false re] ort, but it answer? ed .'he purpose just the same." '?What purpose!" . You don't mean to say that you haven't heard!" -Heard what?" '?Why. that Polly was married" ??Certainly; 1 hoard all about that. It was quite a surprise to me. So sudden, you know." -Sudden! Well, I should gurgle! Before the paper with the news in if got dry the clerk in the corner grocery was on the pop wbcu she went after milk tor breakfast, aud she was to let him know the state of her fcelin's on the subject when she went back to get potatoes for dinner, but before that time a near? sighted young seller with ryeglass i s and toothpick shoes, tha...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 28 November 1885

VOLUME V , A(^JAC p. H.,'YA-; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER V3 1885. NUMBER 21 Y published every saturday AT ACCOMAC C H.. VA. Jno.W. Edmonds, Owner and Editor. GEORGE P. PAR KAM ORE, ?attorney-a t-L a w Accoin ;ic C. U.. Va, Will visit Chincotcague the Monday before every county court, ami remain there two days. Prompt attention given to ail business placi d in his hands. JAMES II. FLETCHER, JR., a t t 0 r N'E y-at-law. Accomac C. H., Va. Will practice in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. John J. Guuter. Jouu W. G. Blacietoae, G?NTER & BLACKSTONE, ATTORXE YS-A T-L AW, Accomack C. II., Va., will practice in the Courts of Accomack ami Northampton counties.. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Accomac lck^|. n., Va., aurt^urts of Accomac! will practice in and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all business. J?DGE^O. T. GARKISON, A'?5fe E Y-AT- LAW, Accomack C. II., Va. Has resumed the Active practice of his profession and solicits the patron? age of his fri...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 28 November 1885

f?tmsxk Enterprise. ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, November 28,1SS5: Entered at tho Post-office at Accomac C. H.. Va.. as second-class matter. At a tew minutes before five o'clock on Wednesday evening, vice-president Hendricks died sud? denly at bis borne in Indianapolis of paralysis of the heart. He died peacefully and quietly?as an iu faiit falling to sleep in its mother's aims. A whole country mourns him. Ho gave a life, spotless and pure, to the service of his county, and dying even partisans of the bitterest feeling speaks kindly and well ofJbim personally, and of his public services. U..I mm. ?.i.rrrmnri The death of vice-President Heu (Ricks necessitates the election of a President pro fern of the Senate, who will be acting vice President. At the death of Garfield, Senator Edmunds of Vermont was chosen to succeed Arthur, and be made a fairly good presiding officer. The choice seems to lie between Sena? tors Logan, Edmunds and Sher? man, with the preponderancesome? what in...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 28 November 1885

ACCOiLAC -COURT-HOUSE, VA.: SATURDAY. JsOVEM mm J2& 1SS5 A csross-marK on your paper, bet?re CaT your name, made with pen ami ink, t$S?" indicates that your subscription has (ST expired, or is due, and you are re B?S" spectfwhy solicited to remit or re CSS" 'Jew. The Industrial South and EXTKR rnisis will he furnished tosutecribers at $L75aye?o\ but at the low rates at which ti>ey are offered, tlte cash must al va? accompwny the oider for them. A copy of the Industrial South can al ways be seen at our office, and a sample copy will be furnished on application. It is ?io false praise to say of it that it is one of the best i?pers published in the coun? try.. LOCAL NEWS. County court commences on next Monday. Applescan be bought at Fosque & Boggs at $2 per barrel. The sum of ninety dollars was re alized at the bazar held at Acco inac C. EL last Wednesday. Our readers visiting Baltimore v ill be surprised at the improve: n cu made in that well known ho telry, the Maltby Hous...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 28 November 1885

Farm nud Garden Kotos. Keep no useless slock to eat up the profits. The average weight of milk is 8 5-8 lbs. per gallon. Clover grass is the cheapest feed grown for swine. Don't forget to use the roller on the cloddy wheat fields. In keeping a horse fat there is as much in thedriver as in the teed. Medium-sized sheepusually have the best and heaviest fleeces. Partners should pay more atten? tion to the fret of their horses thitn is their usual custom. Moderate loads und more trips is much better than taking the risk of spoiling the horses or ruining tiVir constitutions. Many fanners make a mistake in utTi-rnptiug to carry more stock f'Vt'i the winter than they have feed to keep well. Many a dairyman Might reduce the number of his cows one-half and make more clear profit than from the largest number. The careful shepherd will watch his pastures ami ciean up all burs, Spanish needles, etc.. which will get in and injure the fleece. The development of a good walk? ing speed in the horse...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 5 December 1885

JOLTJME V ACCOMAC C. H., VA.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 L885. NUMBER 22 PI ILISnED eveky saturday AT AC COM AC C. H., VA. .o.W. Edmonds. Owner and Killror. o DRGE F. PARR AM ORE, TTOK N*E Y -A T-L a W ^qj Accomack C. H.. Va. j visit Ghincoteagne the Monday livery county court, and remain J'KO days. Prompt attention given j y usiness placed in his hands. , ev \ .WIES IT. FLETCHER, JR., 1'IOENET-AT-LAW. 9 Aocoma"c\;. IT., Va. ice in the courts of Accomac v?sfiracti ml 2?(1,.ti,. orthampton counties. 3hu J or. Johu W. G. BluckstODe, GI'fNTER & BLACKSTONE, 1TTORNE YS-A T-L A if, Accomack C. H., Va., jractice in the Courts of Accomack orthampton counties. ?ill p ml 35 L. FLOYD NOCK, lTT(!)RNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, accomack C. H., Va., ^ practice iu all courts of Accomac [V* -Vorthamption counties. Prompt creurj-t01110 business. ?DbE GEO. T. GARRISON, IATTORNEY-AT-LAW, i Accomack C. II., Va. 1*^3 resumed the active practice of * {>r rfession and solicits the patron ?.e 01 his frien...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 5 December 1885

Etanranut I?a ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, Decembeeo, 18S5 Entered at the Postoffice at Accomac 0, II.. Ya.. as second-class matter. According to our latest advices the contest for the seat in the Uni? ted States Pen ate from Virginia waxes warn betweeu the support? ers of Hons. John S. Barbour and John W. Daniel, with the chances in favor of the latter. The contest is one however, without bitterness and \\ liatever the result, will be ac? cepted without a n'ormur by the grent body of Virginians. Either of them will serve the Common wealth with the ability and integ? rity, worthy of her palmiest days and will do much to lift our State out of "the slough of despoud" in? to which a vile aud degenerate son has plunged her. Each of them has bared bis bosom too often to re? ceive the blows aimed at her, to be rcrrcant now to the trust which in;'y be imposed on liira and noone distrusts either of them. Each for distinguished services to the State, has the confidence of all our peopl...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 5 December 1885

:COMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA.: ft TURD AY. December. 5, 1SS5 t i ? < I I I < ? i I I I j A cross-marK on your paper, oefore [your name, made with pen and ink. [indicates that your sutiscription has ;_pired. or is due. and you are re? spectfully solicited to remit or re? new. LOCAL NEWS. r. R. V. Nottingham of Eastville, riously ill with typhoid fever. postoftice has been established at station, with Geo. W. McMath as , boaster: (ir representatives were promptly and to answer to roll call at the | ing of the Legislature on Wednes 1v. W. A. Street is home from the ciation lately held in the city of mond, and will fill his regular ap jnients to-morrow. ffine assortment of Xmas and New cards have been received and are Idechran. at drug store of Black '& Bell. Accomac C. II. Thomas W. Jarvis. formerly of | Imac.and Miss Alice L.Caieof Cal ,ia. were married at the home ^f Lhe on the ISth of November last. nable personal property will be sold li lic auction by Mr. John J. Hop on his pr...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 5 December 1885

The Habit of W^stc. Said a most successful merchant a day or two si we to a lad who was opening a parcel, "Young man, un? tie those strings?don't cut them." It was the first remark he had made to a new employee. It was the first lesson for the lad to learn, and if involved the principle of suc? cess or failure in his business ca? reer. Pointing to a well dressed man of thirty years behind a conn tor, the merchant said: 'There is a man who always takes out bis seis sors and cuts the strings of a pack? age in thi ""! or four places. He is a good salesman, but never will be anything more. I presume he liv? es Irom hand to month, aud very likely is always more or less in debt, The trouble with him is that lie was never taught to save. 1 told the boy just now to untie the string instead of cutting it, not so mi:cli for the value of the string, as to reach him that everything must lie saved and nothing wasted. If the idea-can be firmlj impressed upon the mind of a beginner in life that no...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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