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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 March 1886

VOLUME V ACCOM AC C. II., VA., SATURDAY, MAECH 6 1886. NUMBER 35 published eveuy saturday AT ACCOMAC C. H., VA.\ Jno.W. Edmonds., Oivacr au(S Editor. Subscription Ratss. 1 Copy, ono year SI 00 1 ' six months on 5 " your . 5 (Hi and a copy for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year $10 00 and a fire copy to the sender. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . S TS 1 " three . 1 2? 1 " one year .. 7 50 5^*Rates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli-, cation. CgrCircubit ion larger 'than all the pa? pers published on Extern Shore of Vir? gin!:! comn-nedi S8*A cross mark on your paper indi? cates that your subscription has expired; or is due. and you are respectfully solic ed to renew or remit. (^Commission men or business men of any class in Baltimore. New York, ! Philadelphia, Boston, Norfolk or Rich-1 mono!? ?.rn reach more truckers ;uid j fanners through the columns of Trat EKXEurrtiSE than inJany otlierway. j T. C. PARRAMORE & S...

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 March 1886

Ipmiiisiuii (Enterprise. ACCGMAC COUK-T-HCVSE. VA, SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1SSG: Entered at IhM'ostofl'ce at Acconuu ?. I!.. Va.. as second-class matter. Ou Monday t ho President threw a bombshell into the Republican camp in the shape ol a rues sage in reference to removals from office. He wields a tren? chant pen, and in a dignified and philosophic manner meets the attempts of the Senate at coercion. JJe clearly and forcibly shows the difference between official and nn official documents?and evidently means to maintain bis constitution? al rights and independence as the executive head of the government. Its reception aroused Senator Ed? munds to the pilch of frenzy?and be wildly declared that since the document sent by Charles the 1st, to the British Parliament nothing like it had ever been seen. He for? got in his fury that the difference between the two papers lay in the great tact that while that Monarch attempted to coerce the representa? tives of the people Mr. Cleveland is but car...

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 March 1886

ACCOMAC COUKT-IIOUSE, VA.: SATURDAY, MARCH <!, 1S86: A eross-marK on your paper, belore r.v?" your name, "nade vritli pen and ink, fc?~ indicates trial your subscription has fcJT expired, or is due. anu you are re &;T spoctfully solicited to remit or re So?' new. LOCAL NEWS, Miss Nora Anderson, of Wllliams burg is visiting friends at Drumuioud town. A social term of Accomac Circuit Court has been ordered to commence on Wednesday. March 10th, next. l>r. Thos. T. Taylor and Mr. W. E. Tiudle, of Atlantic were welcome visitors to Tue ExTEUrniSE office this week. The terms at the "Maltby House," Baltimore, ;u*o made to suit the times. First class accommodations at surpris? ingly low fates. . Cleveland^ extra early peas f^r sale in large quantities at 1 ?lackst one & 15cll;sdrug store. Aceomac C. II.. also grrdei. seeds of ail kinds and of the bi st varieties. Notice is given by the Lighthouse Board that after March 10th. a light of the fourth order will be shown from the st...

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 March 1886

Good Fruit Pays. The value of a crop of fruit de? pends m re upon its quality than its quantity. No matter how large the general fruit crop may be, nor how heavily the markets may be "glutted." good fruit will always j sell readiiy, and at fair prices. N>ri can '-there be a surplus grown. If not sold immediately (he crops may bo dried, evaporated or can ned.for there will arrive a time when snch will be in demand. Too much fruit has not yet been produced during any season. When the blackberry was made a cultivated crop it was predicted thai, as the fence corners and abandoned loca? tions bad always afforded a supply, the introduction of large qu utities of the cultivated kinds would ren dor prices too low to realize profits, but as the crops were increased the berries were improved, and a de? mand was wealed that grew with the supply, the consequence being that although cat loads are shipped to our large cities dining the fruit season, the prices have been higher than at any prev...

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 March 1886

VOLUME V ACCOMAC C. H., VA., SATURDAY, MASCH 13 L886. NUMBER 36 published every saturday AT ACCOMAC C. H.. VA.\ Jno. W.Edmonds, Ovrner and Editor.; Subscription Rate9. 1 Copy, one year SI 00 1 *? six months . 00 5 " one year . 5 On anil a copy for six months free to the one send jus club. 10 copies, one ypac 810 00 and a fire copy to the sender. Adrertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . S 1 ?? three " . " 1 25 1 " one year .. 7 50 inflates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. ?"Circulal ion thai! atl me pu pcnijjtrurisi?td on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia c mib'ned. tSTA cross mark on your paper indi? cates that your subscription has expired, or is doe. and you are respectfully solic ed to renew or remit. iJ?PCommission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, 1 Philadelphia. Boston. Norfolk or Rich? mond, can reach more truckers and | fanners through the columns of Tue I Exterpkise than in any other war. T. C. PAREAMORE & SON, ...

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 March 1886

ACCOM AC COU11T-HOUSE, VfV^ SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1SSG: ji. ??- ? - Entere?! at (lie Postofllcc at Accomac ?. H., Va.. as second-class matter. The dredgers have been very active on "Woman's Marsh" rock, this week, and several vessels have been loaded with oy-ters there.? This rock is in sight of Crisfleld ami in Virginia waters. The Vir ginia police force, under tho com mand of one Corbin. tried to arrest the dredgers and fired on them.? The tire was returned and Corbin retreated and left the dredgers in lull possession of the rock, and it is said that the oysters there are now scarce, fully thirty thousand bushels having been caught.?Cris? fleld Leader, (>th. From the above it will bo seen that Admiral Skaggs' fleet has made a haul of not less than "30, 0U? bushels'' of oysters from Vir? ginia in a few days?having, asthe Leader says, "been very active.'! We are glad the Leader admits "Woman's Marsh" rock to be "in Virginia waters." The Maryland dredgers have been especially free i...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 March 1886

Iktinsii!;! (&u%rit ACCOMAC Ci3URT-HOUSE, VA.: SATURDAY. MARCH IS, 1S8G: LOCAL RMEWS. Services will be. held every Wednes? day night, during Lent, at St. .lames Episcopal Church. Accomac C. IL roeoruoke- phosphate is offered for sale by Mr. D. IL Johnson & Co., Lee mont.per ton.at $33 cash, ?35 on reason? able credit. A fanner shipped 25 barrels of kale from Cl eriton station a few days ago, and says he has lOO more to go.? East villo Herald. A cargo of No 1 cypress shingles Iras just been received by Mr. A. .1. Lillis ton, Accomac C H., which he offers for sale at reasonable prices. The material for the. new light house at Cape Charles was brought over the New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad a few days ?igo. Several valuable lots. Ms?Vly located, in Ouancoeic. for businessenrerpnses ur rt-. ? nome are advertised for sale in our issue of to day, by Mr. A. W. Lilliston. Mr. J. B. Savage, the clever and efli cient representative of Siyder, Harris. Bassett & Co, Phi...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 March 1886

The Pretty Baby. '"Isn't he a pretty baby. John? See, just look at him," and the mother holds up the tiny creature to papa, who kisses aud fondles him lovingly. '?Yes, Kate, he is a pretty baby, but Tom was a pretty baby, too, von remember." >-Yes, Tom was a piotly baby? everybody said so," and she glances across the. room at a sunny-faced 4-year old, "but Willie is not like Tom. Willie's hair is light aud his eves." looking wistfully into the baby's face, "are dark, aud so deep, that when I look in them I am al mos: afraid, they have such a far away light, they seem to see some? thing we cannot." "Oh, nonsense! don't think that. He'll grow up to be a tine fellow.? But, Kate. I wouldn't think so much about him, he's a dear, good, little fe'low, but 1 wouldn't worship bun, it isn't right." {'As if 1 could help it," the moth? er says, reproachfully, pressing the. slight form closer amPlooking into the dark eyes yearningly. A month passes away, and one day they stand beside a small,...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 March 1886

VOLUME V ACCOMAC C. EL, VA., SATURDAY, MARCH 20 1836. NUMBER 37 rURLISHEO EVEUY SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC C. H.. YA.\ Jno.W. Edmonds, Vinter nud Editor.* Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year ?1 00 1 " six months (>0 5 11 one year . 5 00 ami a copy for six moiitlis free to the one senditig club. 10 copies, one year ?10 00 and a free copy to the sender. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . S.TS 1 ,k three *? . 1 2? 1 " one year .. 7 50 fi?TRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli-j cation. ^"Circulation larger than all Hiepa pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia comb ned. io;-"A cross mark on your paper indi? cates that yoursubscript'On has expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solic ed to renew or remit. ^"Commission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia. Boston; Norfolk or-Rich? mond, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of Tuk Entekimuse than ii?uiy other way. | T. C. PARRAMORE & S...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 March 1886

|1cain.siila ?Ei?crjpnsc. irrr--:-~-:?. . .- : ~ ACCOMAC COURT-ltOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1SSG: Ent-re?l at the Postoflice atAccomac C, II.. \'a..as second-classmatter. An editorial in a late issue of Our paper lias elicited a letter from commander Kvans, published in our issue of today. The editorial to which reference is made was in? spired by information we regarded us authentic, but accepting the statements of commander Evans as correct, it appears that our in? formant, in some respects, was mis taken as to his tacts. Prompted thou by ??those honorable instincts and practices of newspaper men generally'' of which commander Evans speaks, we are disposed to make the amende honorable as to ? the charges made by us against him as to the Eilbek Shoal light, but as he does not disclaim the un? savory record which he has made in connection with the Hog Island light as charged by us also, are we to understand, that command or Evans admits the justice of the attack made by us on him...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 March 1886

ACCOM AC COURT-HOUSE, VA. SATURDAY, MARGT1 20, 1SS6: t^r A eross-marK on your paper, before "Si5 your mime. ;nadc with pen and ink, C7" iudlcatcs mat your subscription has t;T' expired, or is duc\ am, you are re spectfully solicited to remit or re new. LOCAL MEWS. The farmers of Aeeomae. generally,are bedding their potatoes. Garland P. Mcore of Northampton has graduated as doctor of medicine. Our court house is receiving the fin? ish ini: touches of painter, plasterer and carpenter. Mr. J.Calvin Bell, a citizen of North? ampton formerly,died Sunday iu Ports? mouth last week. Capt Win. C Almy will command the new steamer Old Point, of the N. Y. P. and N. lt. R. The advertisement of Mr. IT. E. Byrd is worthy the attention of our la? dies. Bronze turkeys raised by him, one year old weigh 25 and 30 lbs. Mrs. Emi'ine Nottingham, relict of < Leonard 15. Not tingham.deceased, died | at her residence. Park Hall, Eastville on Sunday, March 14th, aged 77 years. ?-?- " 1 The charges at the ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 March 1886

A Kan's Three Monis. 'Yes, breakfast ought to bo a hearty one,eaten early in the morn? ing, and eaten slowly, so as to pro c iide the possibility of eating too heav'ily, which would materially in? terfere with the business of the day A man or a woman who is no break? fast enter must eitherlSe a heavy over heavy?supper eater, or be in bad state of health. A person who requires the stimulus of a cup of tea, or any other stimulus or stim ulant whatever, before partaking of solid food is not in the heyday of health. 1 liketoseoa man have his breakfast first, and then feel round for his enp of coffee, tea or Chocolate. 1 have known the strong? est and healthiest Of men positive? ly forget all about the liquid part of their breakfast and leave the ta? ble without it. 1 have known men who scarcely ever touched a drop of liquid of any kind flora one week's end lo another, and who, nevertheless,were in ruddy and ro? bust health. What a person eats for breakfast often gives me a clue to the s...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 March 1886

VOLUME V ACCOMAC C. H., VA., SAf??DAY, MAECH 27 1886. NUMBER 38 T put.lisitkd every saturday AT ACCOMAC C. H., YA.\ Jno.W. Edmonds, Onrncr and i:i!ltor.) Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year gl no 1 six months 60 5 " one year . 5 00 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. AdTortising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . $ 75 1 " tlireo " . 1 25 1 " one year .. 7 50 tSTRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known ou appli? cation. ^^Circulation larger than all the pa? pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia combined. cross mark on your paper indi? cates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solic ed to renew or remit. ^"Commission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia; Boston, Norfolk or Rich? mond, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of The Enterprise than in-any other way. i ( T. G. PARBAMOBE & SON, Atto...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 March 1886

ip? Enterprise. ACCOMAC COURT-IIO?SE, VA. SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1SSC: Entered at the Postoflicc at Accomac C. H.. Va.. as second-class matter. Representative colored Virgin? ians called recently on the Presi dent of the United States. An ad? dress as will be seen by reference to our columns was read?aceompa nied by letters from Gov. Lee and Hon. John S. Barbour. Tlie object of their visit as expressed in their address, being uto foster a spirit of confidence and mutual co operation between the white and colored peo? ple of tho State" and the fact that they thought it proper to secure for their address the endorsement of representative {rfii'te men of Virginia would seem to indicate, that some of the color ed people of Virginia are begin? ning to realize in what direction their true interest lie. The decla? ration contained in the address "that none should in the future mass our people upon the preju? dices of the past to obtain office and power," is especially signifi? cant. That they...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 March 1886

fjrntRsnfo (tiitcrpje. ACCOMAC COURT-nOUSE. VA.: SATURDAY MARCH 27, 18SC: LOCAL NEWS. County Court commences next Monday It is also the regular grand jury term. The bishop will conduct the services in St. Jarnes Episcopal church to morrow. Mr. W. P. Gunter through our cid urn us to day offers his services us surveyor, to the public. Mr. Johu I). Grant, clerk in the Auditor's office at Richmond, was home on a visit last week. Miss Sallie Parramoro of our town has returned from a prolong? ed visit to friends in New York City. I The new time table of the N. Y.. P. & N. R.R., and of the Philadel? phia. 'Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad appear in our issue of to? day. Your attention is again invited to the sale of fish factories, boats, seines, &c., on Chincoteague Is? land,as advertised iu our last issue, on March 3lst. Mr. B. T. Melson continues to increase his livery accommodations. His stables have recently been en? larged to meet the wauts of his court-day patrons. Mr. E.G....

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 March 1886

1-. Skilful Cultivation. Skilful cultivation should be tbe aim of every one who raises plants and crops. To make gardening and farming profitable, it is necessary to have something in return lor every slroKc that is made, and for every dollar invested. Even when only a few house plants are cared for, we expect to see growth and bloom in repay for our care, if not, cur interest in them would soon be lost. We devote an acre of land to a certain crop; it costs for the season the interest for a year on the investment made for it, beside the expense, of preparation, manur? ing, cultivating, harvesting, mark? eting, etc. Our crop is but half what it might be, or what good cultivation has proved might be ob? tained. The time and expense of preparation, of sowing, and of cub. tivarion. have been as much as for a full crop, and the cost of harvest? ing and other expenses but little less; but a part of the land was too wet, and the planting could not be done early, as it should have been, and...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 3 April 1886

VOLUME V ACCOMAC 0 H., VA., SAT,TJEDAY, APEIL 3 1886. NUMBER 39 PUKLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC C. H., VA.\ Jno.W. Edmonds, Owner and Editor. . Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year $1 00 1 " six montlis GO 5 " one year . 5 (K) ami a copy for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year $10 00 and a free copy to the sender." Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . ? 75 1 " three " . . 1 25 1 " one year .. 7 50 Senates for larger advertisements for a longer time niade known on appli? cation. ^"Circulation larger than nil the pa? pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia combined. 6STA cross mark on your paper indi? cates that your subscription lias expired, or is due, and-you are respectfully solic ed to renew or remit. ^"Commission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Norfolk or Rich? mond, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of The Enterprise than in any other way. T. C. PARBAMOKB & SON, A ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 3 April 1886

ACCOM AC COUKT-IICLSE. VA. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1SS6: Filteren at tlio.PostolKco nt Accomac C. IT.. Va.. as second-class matter. We call attention to the Wash ingfon letter to the Baltimore Sun concerning Virginia lighthouses. Ther e is iio doubt of the state of feel? ing en the Kastern Shore in regard to the matter?and \vc say with out hesitation that Mr. Oroxron is entirely correct when be S!iyjiatho people for whom lie speaks are so much concerned over this matter that if their wishes are not respect? ed it might endanger this congres? sional district at the next election." Loyal and true to party as this peo? ple have always been they have reached the point when forbear? ance ceases to be a virtue. In the last congressional election but for Accomack this district would have gone largely Republican?and in the presidential contest that year she gave nearly one-sixth of the en tire majority of the State. These are facts it will be well for Mr. Cleveland to scrutinize. The re? fusal t...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 3 April 1886

ACCOMAU COURT-HOUSE, VA.: SATURDAY. APRIL 3, 1SSC: tf$r A eross-marK on your paper, not ore K-A' your name, made with pen and ink, K-;T ' indicates that your subscription lias tr" expired, or is due, atio you are re ?s?r" spectfully solicited to remit or re fc*'' HOW. LOCAL NEWS. Seven persons were confirmed l>y the bishop at Sr. James Episcopal church. Accomac C. II., last Sun? day. The Onaiicock council, friends of tciiipeiiii.ee, will meet in the ball Monday nigh( next. A full attend since is requested. Sir. ?. W. P.yrd, will c?? on the merchants of Eastern Shore next week. A word to the wise is suffi? cient?and they will hold their or? ders. Whatever may be the result, of the coming election <>ne thing is certain; that for three days at least in May local option will reign su preme in Lot'District. Mr. C. C. Lloyd, through our col? li tuns to-day, advertises valuable t?-\vii property for sale at public auc? tion in Pocomoke City, on 17th iust. Read tiie advertisement. T...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 3 April 1886

Tlie Diifed Stafcs Senate. A writer in Harper's Weekly gives tlie following facts about an interesting body: "The Senate never dies." This is the parliam? entary way of saying that the terms of office of the Senators, or of any large number of them, never expire simultaneously, as the terms of all the members uf the House of Rep reseii tat ive's expirecvery two years. The Senate does its work with that prodig-lityof leisure which only an immortal body can assume to have and with a dignity that Is the des pair of the boisterous body which sits in the other end of the Capitol. The Senate Chamber, with only seventy six members, is not crowd? ed as the House is with three hun? dred and twenty-live. The seats are fuither apart, the aisles are never jammed, as the aisles of the House always are, and Senators move about from one side of the Chamber to the other with free? dom, without causing confusion or detracting from the dignity of the proceedings. Groups of them car? ry on conversatio...

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