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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 9 May 1896

Accomac Court-House, Va, Saturday, May 9, 1896. John W, Edmonds.Editor and Owner, LOCAL NEWS. Board of Supervisors meet Wed? nesday, May 13th. The Republican District Conven? tion will be held this year, it is stated, at Cape Charles. Capt. 0. A.Browne has purchased, it is reported, the Handy farm at Nassawadox for ?$,500. Mr. W. E. Lewis has changed his place of business at Accomac C. H., from a bar-room to a grocery store. John F. Powell will sell the sloop Volunteer at public auction at Chin coteague next Wednesday. See ad? vertisement. The Acts of our last Legislature have been received at our clerk's office and are ready for distribution among those entitled to same. Mr. D. H. Johnson, Leemont, re turns from the city to day,-with a full line of spring and summer goods. See advertisement in next issue. There will be communion service and preaching at Parksley M. P. Church, next Sunday night. May 10, by Rev. A very Donovan, of Leemont church. Thomas W. Russell, trustee, will sell...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 9 May 1896

ROBIN IN THE RAM*. Listen to that soaring strain! It Is robin in tho rain. Sitting thoro aloft, aloft, Underneath his leafy roof, Pouring from his throbbing throat Koto upon ccstatio note, Rapturo In tho swift refrain? Bobin in the rain! Hearken to the song ho sing* Tiny chorister with wings! "After all tho grief ami LTloom Brighter bluo tho skies will bloom; After all the cloudy woo Earth with gladder gold will glow; Joy will triumph over pain"? Bobin in tho rain! ?Clinton Scollard in New Orleans Times-Dora ocrat. CUISINE SECEETS. TRICKS OF THE COOKS AND THE MARKETMEN OF PARIS. Counterfeit Bubbles on Bouillon, Artificial Ham Bones, Stamped Cocks' Combs and Varnished Turkey Legs Are Sonio of th* Parisian Deceptions. Wo often hear people who have paid 23 minute visits to Paris talk of the beauties of Parisian cuisine. Hero are a few of them. Just as the Parisians, like tho cockney coffeohouso keepers, have found out how to make coffee ?without coffee, so have also the Parisian restau...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 16 May 1896

VOLUME XV ACOOMAC C. H., VA. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 18% NUMBER 45 T. B. QUIN BY, Attorney-at-Law, Offices?Accomac C. H.,and Onancoek. Will be at Court House Wednesdays ami court clays. Prompt attention to all business. .). W. G.Blackstone, J. A. Buudiok BLACKSTONE & BUN DICK, Attorneys-at Law, Accomac C. IL, Va. Will practice in all the State courts. THOS. W; RUSSELL. Attorney at-Law, Accomac C. H., Ya. Practices in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. N. B. Wescott. B. T. Gunter, Jr. WKSCOTT & GUNTER, Attorneys-at-Law, Offices?Accomac C. H., and at home of N. B. Wescott, near Mappsburg.1 Practice in all courts on the Eastern [ Shore of Virginia. L. FLOY D NOCK, Attorney-ut-Law and Notary Public, Accomac C. H., Va. Will practice in all courts of Acco mic and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all business. | JAMES H. FLETCHER, JR.. [ Attoruev-at-Law, ?Accomac C. H., Va.? Practices in all the courts of Acco- j mac and Northampton counties. OTHO F. MEAR3, Attorney...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 16 May 1896

?vrnvk {tnirrpnse. Accomac Court House, Va. Saturday, May 16, 1896. Entered at the Postoffice at Accomac C. JH.. Va., as second-class matter. Mark Hanna, the manager for Mc. Kinley, believes that the apostle of high protection has won the race and nothing more need be done, and the conclusion at which he has ar? rived is probably correct. His nomination being assured, the opin? ion of those Republicans, who are not for Ohio's favorite son, are inter? esting. They say "that for the Re? publicans to nominate him would be little short of suicide,''and Ross Platt, of New York, sizes up the tariff man in the following graphic manner: "My opposition to Governor Mc? Kinley proceeds almost entirely from my belief that he will get the Repub? lican party into turmoil and trouble. He is not a well balanced man of affairs, as Gov. Morton is. He is not a great man as Mr. Reed is. He is not a trained and educated public man, as Senator Allison is. He is not an astute political lqader, as Senator ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 16 May 1896

aocomac coukt-house, Va. Saturday, Mat L6, iSPO. hhn VV.Edmonds,Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS A Baptist Church will be organized at Harbortbn, at four o'clock next Sunday. A chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy has been organized in the county of Northampton. Ames, Shield & Co. have an adver? tisement iu this issue to which thoy invite your special attention. Rogers A" Bro., Finuey's Wharf, have just received a large stock of oak and poplar furniture, which they are offering cheap for cash. Peas, sweet potato sprouts, straw? berries and irish potatoes were con? siderably damaged by frost in some sections of Acconiac last week. McLaiu & Co., photographers, will remain at Acconiac C. H., only a few days longer, and all persons wishing pictures at half price should call at once. A match game of base ball between Mappsville and Marsh Market nines at Mappsville last Saturday, resulted in favor of the former by a score of 25 to 14. Mr. A. J. Lilliston has bought a new stock ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 16 May 1896

FONDLED HERCULES. THE GIFTED ELEPHANT TRAINER RE LATES HIS EXPERIENCE. Had an Idea He Was Horn For the Busi nesa of Animal Training-, and For Awhile Everything Ran Smoothly, but Now IIo Sticks to Rhinoceroses. "Did yon ever fondle an elephant in a zoological garden?" asked the man with the lop shoulder as he looked around on the group which had been smoking and talking. No one ever had, and ho was invited to give his experience. "Up to about ten years ago, "he said as he settled down, "I had au idea that I was born for an animal trainer, with elephants as my particular specialty. I never weut to New York, Philadelphia or Cincinnati without going to the zoo and fondling the elephants. Many and many a time I have astonished the keep? ers and raised a great row by walking right up to an elephant and shaking hands with him, as it were. And they really took to me. When that big, bad elephant, Tippo Said, of the New York zoo was killing his keepers and smash? ing up things, I entered his ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 23 May 1896

VOLUME XV "ACCOMAC C H., VA. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1S96 NUMBER 46 T. B. QUINBY, Attorney-at-Law, Offices?Accomac C. H.,and Onancock. Will be at Court House Wednesdays and court days. Prompt attention to all business. j. vV. <i. Blaekstonc, J. A. Bundick B LAC K8TON E & B UNDICK, Attorneys-at Law, Accouiae C. R., Va. Will practice in all the State courts. THUS. W. BUSS ELL. Attorney- at- Law, Accomac C.JH.. Va. Practices in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. N. B. Wescott. B. T. Gunter, Jr. WESCOTT & GUNTER, Attorneys-at-Law, Offices?Accomac C. H., and at home of N. B. Wescott. near Mappsburg. Practice in all courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. L. FLOYD NOCK, Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Accomac C. H., Va. Will practice in all courts of Acco m ic and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all business. JAMES H. FL ETC HEB, JR.. At torney-at-Law. ?Accomac C. H., Va.? Practices in all the courts of Acco? mac and Northampton counties. OTHO F. HEARS. Att...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 23 May 1896

Accomac Coukt House, Va. Satukday, May 23, 1896. Entered at the Postoffice at Accomao C. H.. Va.. as second-class matter. Delegates have been chosen in most of the counties of the State to the Staunton Convention, and the free silver element of the Democratic party, it is estimated, will have a majority of something like four to one in that body. It looks, therefore as if they could run things to suit themselves, but whether or not they will have enough votes to adopt the unit rule remains to be seen. The probabilities are that they will not have, as the most of the counties which have adopted resolutions favoring free silver, have refused to instruct their delegates in favor of the unit rule. Much depends, however, it seems, upon how Senator Daniel and Congressmen Jones and Otey, who will be the controlling spirits in that body, may press the matter, and they are too good Demo? crats to insist upon it, if dissensions are likely thus to be created which will put in peril the suprema...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 23 May 1896

ACCOMAC COUBT-HOUSS, Va. Saturday, May 2:>, L896. Jihrs W.Ed?TiondSt Editor ?nd Owner. ? G? ? #* i?ss.S ? Board of Supervisors meet Wed? nesday, June 3d. Regatta at Waehapreague, under tin* anspices of Accomac C ub. Tins day, June 2d. Rev. A. S. Beane is attending this week the Great Council of I. 0. R. M. at Lynch burg, Va. Mr. John D. Wimbrough, of Balti. more, is borne on a visit to old friends, and was in our town on Wednesday. A little child of Mr. Henry Lee Lihiston, Accoiuac C. H., broke his arm l>y failing from a porch on Sun day. Rogers & Bro, Finuey's Wharf, have just received a large stock of oakand poplar furniture, which they are offering cheap for cash. There will be a match game of base ball to-day, May 23d, at Gargatha, between Gargatha and Mappsvillel tunes. A good game is expected. Mr. Jona Parks, of tire Life Saving Service, had his thumb pierced by a iishiug hook on YvTednesoay, and a physician had to be called to ex? tract it. Mcl.ain Sz Co., photograp...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 23 May 1896

THE EXCLUSIVE THIRTY OF BOSTON. rhe Citizens Claimed to lio a IJttlo Bet? ter Than Anybody Else. Boston's most exclusive set now num? bers 80, and the prospects of increasing it to even 40 are not overbright. This is a surprising figure when it is considered that there are over 700 names in tho blue book, fully 400 of which represent what is known as ultra fashionable so? ciety. To belong to this most select circle of 80 one must trace one's ancestry back to the good ship Mayflower. To be of Eng? lish extraction or of the nobility is not even permissible. It is strictly Mayflow? er stock that forms Boston's newest set, and even at that descendants of tho pil? grims who can seek with any certainty of admission to this exclusivo circlo must be those whose fathers did not pursue the humble calling of their an? cestors, of a butcher, a baker or a can? dlestick maker. George Ernest Bowman was instru? mental in sorting out this new set, and there aro enrolled in it tho following, the name...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 May 1896

VOLUME XV ACCOM AC C. H., VA. SATURDAY, MAY 30 1896 NUMBER 47 T. B. QUINBY, At rornoy-nt-Law, Offices?AccomacC. H.,and Onancock. Will be at Court House Wednesdays and court days. Prompt attention to all business. J. W. Cr. Hiaekstone. j. A. Ruudick BLAClvSTONE & BUNDICK, Attorneys-at Law, Accomac C. h., Va. Will practice in all the State courts. TWOS. W. RUSSELL. At t orney-at- La w, Accpmac O. H., Va. Practices in the courts of Aceomac and Northampton counties. N. B. Wescott. B. T. ?runter, Jr. | WE SC OTT & ir INTER, Attorneys-at-Law, Offices?Aceomac C. H.. and at home, of N. B. Wescott, near Mappsburg. I Practice in all courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. l. FLOYD NOCK. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public,j Aceomac C. h., Va. Will practice in all courts of Acco-j mac and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all bnsiuess. i JAMES h. FLETCHER, JR., j Attorney-at-Law, ?Aceomac C. h., Va.? Practices in all the courts of Aceo? mac and Northampton counties. OTHO F. m EA...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 May 1896

cttinsub (ttttrrjirkc Accomac Court House, Va. Saturday, May 30, 1896. Eutered at the Postoffico at Accomac 0. H.. Va.. a6 second-class matter. The report of the secretary of the meeting held at Accomac C. H., last Monday, shows that Accomac is in line with the great body of the peo pie of the State on the currency ques tion. The convention was well at tended and the opponents of free coinage made a vigorous fight against the resolutions presented, but the sentiment for free coinage was too strong for them. >'o attempt was made to endorse the unit rule and none was necessary as no dole gate appointed, who attends the Staunton Convention, whatever his views on the money question, can make a mistake as to his duty when he gets there. They will, of course, carry out the instructions adopted by the meeting. The sentiment in Accomac in favor of the white metal seems to prevail in most of the counties of the State, and it looks now as if the silverites in the State convention will be s...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 May 1896

accomac COUKT-HO?SE, Va. Saturday, May 30, 1S9?. John W.EdmondSiEditor and Owner. LOCAL ^'HWS. Board of Supervisors meet Wed? nesday, Juno 3d. Regatta at Wachapreague, under the auspices of Accomac Club, Tues? day, June 2d. The Republican district convention will be held this year, it is stated, at Cape Charles, July 23d, The Eastern Shore Agricultural Fair commences this year August 25th, and continues four days. Mr. M. Glennan, editor of the Nor? folk Virginian, made a short visit to Accoiuac C. H., last Wednesday. An advertisement of Captain A. J. Morse, of Harborton, in this issue, is of interest to you if you have oil barrels for sale. Read it. The vote on the "fence question," in Eastville and Frauktown districts, Northampton, on Thursday, 01st was largely in favor of fence. In a match game of base-ball at Gargatha last Saturday, between Gargatha and Mappsville nines, the score was 16 to 11 in favor of the former. Rev. A. S. Beane, of Greenbackville, was elected great junior s...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 May 1896

MAGNET FOR POWER. The Contrtvauce by Which nu Inventor Expects to Draw a Carriage. Gibson Hazelhurst of Beach Springs, Noshoba county, Miss., an inventor un? known to fame, is endeavoring to inter est capital in a scheme ho has perfected for the running of vehicles that he claims will revolutionize the world, says the Boston Traveller. Eo will make it possible, he says, for anybody to have a wagon thaf-will run without horses at practically no expense beyond wear and tear. "In brief." he explains, "my in? vention works this way: I will take an ordinary locomotive, for instance, tear all the works out of it and place new wheels on it. These wheels are an in? vention of my own and are mail''accord? ing to a plan I have per/ecu d after sev? eral years of study. The secret of the construction lies in the tires, which are made of wood and steel. I have invent? ed a magnet of rare power and lasting. In front of each of the wheels I place one of these magnets at an angle known only to myse...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 June 1896

VOLUME XV ACCOM AC' C H? VA- SATURDAY, JUNE 6 18% NUMBER 48 T. B. QUINBY, Artoruoy-at-Law, Offices?AccomacC. H.,and Onancock. Will be at Court House Wednesdays and court days. Prompt attention to all business. J. W. Gh Blackstone. J. A. Bundick BLACKSTONE & BUNDICK, Attorneys-at Law, Accomac C. H? Va. Will practice in all the State courts. THOS. W. RUSSELL. Attorney at-1.aw, Accomac C. H., Va. Practices in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. N. B. Wescott. B. T. Gunter, Jr. WESCOTT & GUNTER, Attorneys-at-Law, Offices?Accomac C. H., and at home of N. B. Wescott. near Mappsburg. Practice in all courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. L. FLOYD NOCK. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Accomac C. H., Va. Will practice in all courts of Acco? mac and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to ail business. JAMES H. FLETCHER, JR.. Attorney-at-Law, ?Accomac C. H.. Va.? Practices in all the courts of Acco? mac and Northampton counties. OTHO F. ME Alia, Attorney-at-Law, Eas...

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 June 1896

fcninsuia (Enterprise. ACCOMAC COURT HOUSE, VA. Saturday, June 6, 189G. Entered at the Postofflce at Aecomac C. H.. Va.. as second-class matter. The Democratic State Convention is in session in the city of Staunton and the silver men are "masters of the situation." The convention was called to order at noon on Thursday by Hon. J. Taylor Ellison, who in? troduced Hon. J. Bell Bigger as temporary chairman. Capt. Micajah Woodson, of Albeinarle, was elect ? ed permanent chairman. Several speeches were made by both gold and silver men, counseling harmony and pledging to use their efforts for the success of the nominees of the Chicago convention. The various district meetings were held Thursday morning and elected delegates to Chicago all silver men, except the delegate from the Second district. The spirit mani liested in the district meetings was to secure party harmony. The Steerling Silver Committee, appointed by the conference of silver men. refused to recommend the unit rule, but rec...

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 June 1896

Accomac Court-House, Va. Saturday, June 6, is'j?. John VV. Edmonds.Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. Parksley .\r. P. Church will hold its Children's Day service on next Sun? day night June 7th. The Eastern Shore Agricultural Fair commences this year August 25th, and continues four days. Mrs. Win. J. and Mrs. Ernest F. Ayres and children, of Baltimore, are at Accomac C. H., on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ayres. Services will be held at M. E. Church, N e\v Church, to-morrow, June 7th, S p. m., by Rev. H. S. Simmerman of P. E. Church. The vote on the fence question in Eastville district in the recent elec? tion, was 523 for, 02 against?in Frauktown district, was 878 for, ?? against fence. Miss Emma Willis, daughter of the hire Z. L. 0. Willis, formerly of this county, was married on Tuesday in Baltimore to Mr. "William Edward Paul, of that city. Mr. Robert P. Coleburn, formerly of Accou* ) C. H., now residing in Norfolk, was home on a visit of a few days this week to Iiis parents, Mr. 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. — 6 June 1896

A NEW TRICK TO LEARN. Fnrlinsr Topsails' Done Away With on a Ship With Progressive Owners. All tho inroad* mado by steam on tho business cf pushing vessels along, of which tho wind had a monopoly not so many years ago, havo not slopped tho spirit of invention from finding out now ways of doing thiugs in conneotion with sailing shins. To the eye of tho ordinary ".landlubber" the rigging of a ship is a fearfully and wonderfully tan? gled moss of ropes and lines, but to tho sailor, whoso business it is to know all about the ropes and things, tho maze aud tho various parts which composo it are the embodiment of symmetry and the perfection of order. As the ship was rigged aud the sails handled in tho days of long ago, so are tho processes carried out today, and if it is laird to teach an old dog now tricks, it is still harder to got tho regulation ''barnacle back," who was brought up on salt horso and Kmc juice, with an occasional tasto of a rope's end by tho way of dessert, to adopt any...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 June 1896

VOLUME XV ACCOMAC C. H., VA- SATURDAY, JUNE 13 1896 N?MBEB 49 T. B. QUINBY, Attorney-at-Law, Offices?Accomac O. H.,andOmincoc;k. Will be at Court House Wednesdays and court days. Prompt attention to all business. J. W. G. Blaekstone, J. A. Bundick BLACKSTONE & BUNDICK, Attorueys-at Law, Accomac C. H., Va. Will practice iu all the State courts. THOS. W. RUSSELL. Attorney-at-Law, Accomac C. H., Va. Practices in the courts of Accomac j and Northampton counties. X. H. Wescott. B. T. Gunter, Jr WESCOTT & GUNTER, Attorneys-at-Law, Offices?Accomac C. H., and at home | of N. B. Wescott, near Mappsburg. Practice in all courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. L. FLOYD NOCK. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Accomac C. H., Va. Will practice in all courts of Acco? mac and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to all business. JAMES H. FLETCHER. JR.. Attorney-at-Law. ?Accomac C. H.. Va.? Practices in all the courts of Acco? mac and Northampton counties. OTHO F. MEARS. Attorney-at-Law,...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 June 1896

Accomac Court House, Va. ; Saturday, June 13, 1S9G. Entered at the Fostoffice at Accornac C. H.. Va., as second-class matter. Contested election cases now en gage the attention of the House of Representatives and fairness and de? cency do not seem to bother the majority of the Republicans con? trolling that body. The rule now is, to declare a Democrat "not entitled to bis seat" if a Republican wants it. A report favorable to a Democrat retaining his seat by the elections committee is not only disregarded, but the minority in the House is not even given a chance to lile its views upon the question. Murray, a negro from the First South Carolina dis? trict, was given the seat of Mr. El? liott from that State last week, for no better reason than that the census returns showed a negro majority in that district. Martin, populist from North Carolina, was voted a seat Saturday to the exclusion of Mr. Lockhart, the regularly elected Dem? ocrat from the Sixth district from that State without ...

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