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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 15 November 1890

.. ACCQMACCOURT-HOUSE, VA l# iTLTli? AT.N?Vo 15,1890. . J?tin;\VvEd.m'??ds. Editor and Owner, LOCAL MEWS. Revival services begin Sunday; No vember 16th, at Farksley JL E.Cburch, to be conducted by Rev. H. S. Dulaney. _"_? If yen wish the best brick on t!ie Peninsula at bottom prices; apply to M-.-j II. German, Del mar. Deb Full Hue of men's, boys'/andchild ren's clothing can be found at I). LI. Johnson's s.o'v, r<ee.ihoutv Valuable real anil personal prooerty are udveitised tor sale in this lVsh'o of EntkiU'Kisi-: by .Mr. L. Floyd Nock. By order of the chairman, the Hoard of Supervisors will meet at Courthouse ou Monday, litli day of November, inst. Guy, at Onancock, is selling grocer : ies, fruits and fresh beef with Uie.lariff off. in fact, he is a low tariff man and proves ir. in his prices. ? Governor Mt-Kium-y, Monday; issued a requisition on the Governor of Mary land Tor Isaac Gordon Richards, in? dicted in Accomac for forgery. If in want of a goo-.l c>ok...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 15 November 1890

THE ENGINEER'S DOG. It Was SlUlo'R Canine. Instinct Tliat Pre? vented n Railroad'Wreck. "Yes, sir," remarked the gray haired g?itlem.m with a slight tremor in bis voice, "I have given up railroading now, having become a little bit too far advanced upon the road of life to sit in a cab and make a locomotive move" Oh! you want to know about that dog of mine. All right. I used to run into Chicago on the Lake Shore on old 432. That dog never missed a trip over the road with me, mid I owe nay life to him upon more than ono occasion. His name's 'Slide.' not of 'Slide, Kelly, slice!' fame, however. I'd go down to the roundhouse and see my old girl run out. and then monkey about her to see that nothing was out of whack unrii it was time to start. "Right at the hour Slide could be soon coming down t in; street wfrh my dinner basket in Iiis old mouth. When it be- j came time to start I'd give the whistle ! a cbiance, und Slide would be on board j in the cab beside me. That dog never j would w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 22 November 1890

VOLUME X ACCOMAC 0. H., VA. SATURDAY,P NOVEMBER 22, 1890. NUMBER 21 FUBMSTIED EVERT SATURDAY AT ACCOM AC C. H.. VA. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. 1 Copy, one year 00 1 " * six months W> 5 li one year 5 09 and a copy for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year 10 00 and a free copy to the sender. ADVERTISI XU KATES. 1 Inch, one insertion $ Sf) 1 ?? ti oe 11 1 00 1 " < no year" 7 50 E2pRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on ap? plication. ^"Circulation larger than all the papers published on Eastern Shore of Virginia combined. u3j'"A cross mark on your paper in? dicates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are re? spectfully solicited to renew or remit. ^'"Commission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New \ York, Philadelphia. Boston, Norfolk j or Richmond, can reach more truck- j ero and farmers through the columns i of Thk Enterprise than in any j other way. \ CEO. F. PARRAMORE, Attorney-at-Law, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 22 November 1890

p&sala enterprise. ACC?MAC ?0UBT-1I0USE. VA SATCIvDAY. NOV. L>2, 1*90. rntered at the Postoflico nt Aeeoinar C ll..\?..as secoud-chissi matter. The signs of the times point unmistakably to (lie n ruination of G rover Cleveland, by ihe Dem ocnitic party, for the Piesidency in ISO'?. Iiis rnmc is sriceied with applause wherever montiojed ami an ovation is accorded him when? ever he puts in an appearance, too hearty and spontaneous 10 leave any donbt in 'lie minds of the 'Kickers' in the Democratic ranks, ihat he is I lie choice of (lie ' people of his own party anil acceptable to the people of the country generally, regardless of past political affilia tions. He is the most popular Democrat m rhe land, not only be? cause of the splendid record he made as President of the country, but as the originator and leader of the tariffreform movement, which contributed so largely to theDemo crntie meeesses, which recently swept the country. His nomina? tion ni.d election ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 22 November 1890

ACCOMAC OOUTtT-HUU?E. VA SAT URL) AY, NOV. 22, lo90. John W. Edmonds, Editor and Owner, "local" n e ws. The stoves of Onancock will be closed . on Thursday,-27th inst. Thanksgiving Day. If you wish the be-t brick on the Peninsula at bottom prises, apply to M. H.German, Del mar. Del. Mr. .Tat;. C. Weaver, Ouancock.qual? ified last Saturday as deputy collector of customs, in place of Mr. Geo H. Bag? well. Especial attention is invited to bar? gains Offered in this issue by A. P. Meats, II all wood, and L. Ii. Ames & Son, Pung?teugue. Mr. I. Gordon, Onancock. will close out his stuck of {roods next week, and offers special inducement to purchasers. See advertisement. The Virginia Press Association, ?which met in Richmond, this week elected Mr. W. Bullltt Fitzhugb. of the Cape Oha:les Pioneer, first vice presi? dent. Messrs. S. P. Nelson & Son open out stock of new goods j? theirtiew store at Onancrck, next Saturday. They propose to sell very cheap for cash. See ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 22 November 1890

FRINT1NG ILLUSTHATED MAGAZINES. Tli? First TVeb Press for Bonic Work an<I Its intricate Mechanism; Web presses for newspapers nrc com inon chough; bat this press lias dis? tinction as rhc first, and for three years the only, web press used in this coun? try for good book work. At one end of the machine is a great roll of paper more than two miles long when un? wound, and weighing about ?.*i0 pounds. As the paper unwinds it pass? es lirsj over a jet of steam which slight? ly dampens and softens, but does not wet cr sodden, its bard surface, and tits it for receiving impressions. It next passes under a [date cylinder on which are tbirry-two curved plates, inked by seven large rollers, which print thirty two pages on one side. Then it passed around a reversing cylinder which pre? sents the other side of the paper to an? other plate cylinder, on which are thir? ty-two plates which print exactly on tbe back of the proper pages for the thirty-two previously primed. This is done...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 29 November 1890

VOLUME X ACCOMAC C~ H., VA. SATURDAY, IN OV EM BEB 29, 1890 ?NU M BER 22'; published every. saturday it tccosiAC ?.*. h..va. SUBSCRIPT ION RATES. 1 Copy, ons year 00 1 '*" six months 5 " one year 5 00 an;l a copy for six months free to the one sondiag club. 10 copies, one year 13 00 and a frds copy to the Baader. ; ADVERTISING RATE 1 Inch, one insertion $ ??0 1 ? t tree " 1 M 1 " year " 7 50 isy* Rates fro* larger advertisements ? a longar tiiiio made known on ap fcation. jrfOircnlation larger than all the Bits published on Eastern Shore of rinia combined: j"\ cross mark on your paper in ites that your subscription has Irod. or i* due, and you are re fr'nlly solicited to renew or remit. JrCommissiou men or business ft of any class in Baltimore, New rk, Philadelphia, Boston, Norfolk jRichnT Kid, cm raactf more truck rand farmers through the columns Thk enterprise than in auy icr way; G-EO. F. PARRAMORE, Attorney-at-Law. Accomac C. H., Va. Prompt attention given to all busi? ness plac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 29 November 1890

ACCOMAC CO?ltT-lIOUSE. VA SAT LT KD VY. NOV. 29, 1*99. Kiitere'1 al the l\??tofuce at Awnnuic C l!..\'a..iis sccpUM-class mutier. The conrr'l figivo in tlie Tit<v?l pal wor'd ?oiluv is ilr. Koc.1i. flic Herman seien-i^r whose discoveries t?i ?1 fair to ii?l tin* world of tnheron Ions disease. Ho it was. wlio sosm? fim: vt'i'f< :i?o4 discovered the germ ofpnn*nm??r'on and whose life 1ms since then beer, devoted to the dis povery of a means of distinction of tiiat. tn'icrohp. He avers that 1-e lias Fneeppded, and at Berlin it is reppiviiig the critical tesns of 11?** most learned men of the m^d'cal world. How nearly successful he may he cannot now hp said, Imt if one tutih he claims is true Inns worthy the highest honors . He is, ?of course', rhe central .target of ad verso criticism and is hping de? nounced as ? charlatan .by many of the medical fraternity, and partic? ularly hv oiip Doctor IV.iainn who has written a pamphlet entitled "Versus Keen", declaring uK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 29 November 1890

AOCOMAO COUKT-HOUtiE. VA SATURDAY, NOV. 29, l?DO. John W.Edmonds,Editor and Owner. A change in schedule nf X. Y., P. ? N. R. lt., appears in this issue uf En TEnntiSE. J. it. Griffin & Son offer for sale in this issue, valuable real estate situated in half mile of Oak Hall station. Read the bargains offered by W. S. Dickinson, Focomoke City, and A. F. Meats. Hallwuod, in issue of today. Dr. Geo. 15. Zell, deutist, will be at Parksley. Monday and .Tuesday. De? cember 1st and 2nd. and at Mappsville, Wednesday. December 3rd, for the I met ice of hi profession. Mr. Louis F. Guy, Pair O iks, re tuins from iht* city t. tiay with a drove of l:oi;es a: d mult.*, suitable for faun snd rcttsd purposes, which he proiosos too sill ;:t rock 101 torn prices. \ Y- J. Ca??tt. piesi.'enl, W. A Pat toi l, vice-president, Win. Carres. Jr., am Hitor, ; nd several other railroad Olli ein is.made the animal iusi>ection of the X. ji*., P. & N. It. P., Tuesday. ( fianmer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 29 November 1890

BROKE& FLIGHT. J nw a. htnl. lic^lie winged, (ray, Ijeup from i'.\o r?riS in circling night, I raw it util the clouds of gray And dart into tlie drifts or light Ami I ?I envied and 1 yearned. Like it, to brook the harj of fate While fierce the ilatue of longing burned To d<> und ?uro? hat uot lo wail. I saw a bird hecoath mjf foct, ^ J-tid in the dust with broken wing; AU hushed tlu> minstrel music swoe ? A eruiOicd imJ wounded, dying thing. Ah. mo: nor those who e'emve tit? sky .\ re sn.Vi.1 when tho storm god* jeer? Not those who fwt.m I flint'.; to fly Areaiwav ?? lilted .'or that s;thcra A!?: well that o'er our judjjiiteat weak A !:?-?:!: t o' .:: -ivy thrOJJ for :i!l To iioM fragi i:.< t'io latrt we ?sek. And. |.Il?'iti;;, no:<: a k crr.iw"s lall, - ttoxxm i ?? 2>3afci$ria l.-dgor. .DOCTOR'S 1N1I-.FJTANCE. Two rrontlouien. both past middle age, v: !r;' ceatcd beside a glowing grate fire, chatting as o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 January 1891

.'UKLISIIKO KYJfiUX SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC C. H.. VA. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1 Copy, one year $1 00 1 " six months 60 r> " one year 5 00 and a copy for six months five to the t>in* scudiug duo. 10 copies. one year 10 00 am) a free copy to the sender. ADVERTISING RATHS. ] Inch, one insertion $ 50 i three " 1 00 ?? . o e year ?'* 7 50 Eg?~Rates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on ap? plication. t3f*Cire?Iation lartrer than all the papers published on Eastern Shore t?f Virginia combined. C2>;~A cross mark on your paper in? dicates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you arc re? spectfully solicited to renew or remit. ?2?~Coiuniis?i?ii men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York. Philadelphia. Boston, Norfolk Richtn nil. can reach more truck and farmers through cue columns Thk EXTKTtPIUSE than in any ?er way. j. W. Lt. BLACKSTONE, At i o r ney-a t-La w. Xecomae C. H., Va. ill practice in all the State courts. hn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 January 1891

j?n?nsi?? (tiitcrprisc. accom ac ool'ut-iiouse. va Saturday, .tan. 3, i89*. Knt.pwl at tIi?- Postortiee at Accomac c U..Va.'.as second-classmatter. A happy Now Year to nil onr readers! Kit finds yon w rent lied in smiles we are ready to smile with yon?if father time in his flight hits dealt less kindly with you, we sympathise with you in your sorrows and trust that the clouds which now bang over you nre not without their sjlyer lining. To those whom it brink's joy, we woull make it perehnial.ifwe could ?to those who weep, we would gladly offer a balm for all their woes, if in ?<ur power. In onr weak? ness, however, kind words aud best wishes ate only ours to prof? fer and these are extended to nlJL our renders without Slip.? ! 0'.ir -i TliC^fhrce lull still lingers in the Sehnte, but it is practically dead. ?fcud damned by men of every po? litical faith. Hoar, Sherman, Kd mnnds and a few others like them excepted. Tlie Democrats, of course, without a dissenting voice, ass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 January 1891

A?OOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, JAN. 3, 1S91. John W.Edmonds-.Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. R. W. Someis has been appoint? ed postmaster at Bloxom station. Potato bed lumber and glass 6xS for sale cheap at Hopkins &. Bro., Onan cock. If you wish the best brick on the Pentiisnlaat bottom pri>-s. apply to M, H. German, Dehoar. Del. The c> lls of county jail are being placi d in position by the agent of con? tractors furnishing them. Mr. Edward E. Miles, assistant post? master. Onancock. very ill of la'e with pneumonia, is now considered out of i danger. Dr. .1. E Brodwat< r. Temperance-1 ville, seiiou*ly ill of late with typhoid-j pneumonia, is according tu lati*t ad? vices somewl at l>ettcr. It in want of n g.'iod cook, parlor or cflice stove at a low price, liotigTil di? rect from foundry. E. T~, Pnrks.& Co.. arc headquarters, at Paiksley, Va. Mr. Thomas VV. Taylor, recently lost a raft r?t timber, which was b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 January 1891

THE AUSTRALIAN DYING YEAH. ' Nor hi the winter of life he die* Chilled, and Knotty, no 1 oi l. In the glory uf summer th- OH Year dies. When tlio midnight cbh'ae ia tollu>L ?? ??' ? ?: h ? ' Not.^oiiie>fcy K -t hint of death.? ? sSijfof Infinite h'm Nortis there n i-< the brecsv breath That is playing we Itvulets through. Tiif.cattlt; ;\n<i liirds to the shade retreat,' Via drowsy" still delight; AntV/fkiWers havo scented the noonday heat: / Yet tho OkPYear dia* to-night And the nir \g flKed w irii tbs> sound of ucca, The Humming qf summer flic.!. And thor.-'s jr.- i-i U13 sound o." the rustling tree*; Yet lo-night i'ie Old" Yoar tiiis. Nofin the wlnt r of !!fc hs ?'!.??. * : I5ut In his summer s prime: Iii? labcirs end, ho stricken Oil's, And sxfeils liio ran'ss of Tims. : . E'hi! lV.;iv'y i i V.\im:m"s V.'orld. LAKE DWELLERS IN AFRICA. Thousands'"of 'nine!,* Who" hear -Their Huts nil Pilo? ii' thi' Denhaiti Waters. . M'u-Ti .a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 10 January 1891

VOLUME X " ACCOMAC C. H, VA- SATURDAY, JANUARY iO, 1891 " ; NUMBER 28 _ ?-'_ _ _?_. '? 1 ~T_ "? gj PUBLISTIKl) kvkuy saturday AT AC COM AC C. H., VA. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, 1 Copy, one year $1 00 1 " six months 60 5 " one year 5 00 ami a pony for six months free tot' e >ne sending club. 10 copies, o .c year 10 00 and a fre? copy to the sender. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Inch, one insertion s 50 1 " t. j ee " 1 00 1 one year " 7 Slf ?2T"Rut is for larger advertisements for a longer time m ule known on ap? plication. ^"Circulation larger than all the papers published on Eastern Shore of Virginia combined. C^"A cross mark on your paper in? dicates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are re- j speetfuily solicited to renew or remit, j :.?af>*Commission men or business] men of any class in Baltimore, New i York, Philadelphia, Boston, Norfolk j or Richmond, can reach more truck? er.-, and farmers through the columus of Tuk Exi'JiRPiUSK than in any other way...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 10 January 1891

ACCOM AC COURT-HOUSE. VA Saturday, Jan. 10, ism. r'ntwpi! at flip PostofflCP at A??omac C II..V?.. as second-class matter. Governor* McKinnPv is quite well convinced that tho only way, to reach a solution of (lie ovster trouble* in tins State is to submit tho whole question to a commission. His idea is that such a hoard should hp appointed wit It aut'wi t-v to consider tho whole subject. To do rhis the executive thinks the commission should be authorized to visit all the States in the terri? tory where the bivalve is cultivat? ed, and make a thorough investi? gation of the modes existing in such States. After these research? es are concluded then the board to t-mbody their views and sugges? tions on the whole subject in a rejiorc to the Legislature. It is very probable that Governor Mc K'nney will recommend the plan outlined to the next General As sembly.?Balto. Sun. Tho above extract, indicate*, tjitit tiie Governor of Virginia, be? lieves, flint the oyster question is a practical ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 10 January 1891

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, J AI". 10, 1891. John W, Edmonds,Editcr and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. Trains SO ami SI of N. Y. P., & X E. R., have been discontinued. Benj. T. Gunter, Jr., law student at Bichmond College, was homo en a short visit this week. If you wish the best brick on the Peninsula at bottom prices, apply to M. H. German, Delmar, Bel. Mr. Wm, H. Parker, has been ap? pointed postmaster at Onancock, to till the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. T. A. T. Joynes. The question of a bank at Onan? cock, is again being agitated with a --/air prospect of its establishment, it is said, at an early day. Dr. Oscar P. Byrd. dentist, will be at Chincoteague Island, from Janu? ary 12th to 14th. for the practice of his profession, and can bo found at Atlantic hotel. Mr Ceo. W. Oldham, will sell very valuable personal property, at public auction, on Saturday, January 81st. Read the list of desirable articles he has to offer you. Mr. Thos. W. Blackstone, was elect? ed a di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 10 January 1891

THE SPINSTERS' REST. An Abnormal Social Condition in the Hucks County Metropolis. Bristol, the prosperous manufactur? ing center of Bucks county, is an old maids' town. Well informed citizens of that cnterprisiug borough claim that there are more unmarried but mar? riageable women there in proportion to the population than can be found in any other place between the silvery Delaware and the Ohio state line. Careful estimates mado by the census enumerators place the number of c'.igi bles whose years range from 30 yours upward at 210. Old residente?, who have kept a keen watch upon the s ?II tary maids about them, make the tig1 rires much larger than those of the enumerators. In a quiet Quaker home on aristo? cratic nadcliffc street is a brood of five maids the oldest ; is n earing three score and ten, and the youngest is approach? ing the meridian of life. Not so far away dwells the oldest old maid in the town. She is a leader in the Friends' church, and three-quarters of a century m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 17 January 1891

VOLUME X ACCOMAC C. H., VA. SATURDAY, JAN CAE Y IT, LS91 NUMBER 29 published every saturday AT ACCOM AC C. ft., VA. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. 1 Copy, one year ?1 00 1 k'" six months <i0 5 ." one year 5 00 and a eopy for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, oae year 10 00 and a free copy to the sender. AD V E RTISl NG RAT US. 1 Inch, one insertion $ 50 ? 1 " twee " 1 00 1 " one year 7 50 ES^liates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on ap? plication. ^"Circulation larger than all the papers pul l.shcd on Eastern Shore of Virginia combined. ?3?" A cross mark on your paper in-1 dicates that your subscription has j expired, or is due, and you are Re? spectfully solicited to renew or remit. Commission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Norfolk or Richmond, can reach more truck? ers and farmers through the columns of The KxtebpiiISE than in any other war. J. W. Cr. BLACKSTONE, Attorncy-at-Luw, Accouiac C. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 17 January 1891

AUCUMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 189t. Kntwed at tbe Po?tnfUcP at Aecomac C II.. Va.. as second-class matter. General Robert E. Lee's birt.hr ?!ay wi'l be appropriately cele bra teil in many parts of Virginia on next Monday, and very proper ly. The grandest hero of any age, Virginians honor themselves, in meeting annually to do homage to memory of the great chieftain of the "Lost Cause." Prof. Virchow, a distinguished German pathologist, in a recent lecture before the Berlin Medieal Society, "not only expressed a doubt as to the efficacy of Koch's lvmph, but declared That its ap? plication aas dangerous to the palieui's life." He arrived at his conclusion* upon bis post mortem examinations of twenty-three per sons who had died after having re? ceived injections of the lymph. Senator Vance, of North Caro? lina, has received the enthusiastic endorsement of the Legislative Democratic canons of his State and will be his own successor. The gallant champion of the people dc serv...

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