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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 February 1885

frt, J to? published every saturday AT ACCOMAC C. H.. VA. Jno.W. Edmonds. Owner anil Editor. Snbscrlptiou Rates. 1 Copy, one year.51 00 1 " six months. fiO ??> one year. ? Oil anil a cpny fur si\ mouths free to the one send ins: club. 10 copies, one year.510 00 and a free copy to the sender. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion.51 00 1 ?? three . 1 7-r. 1 " one year. 7 50 CSTllates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. &?*.Y cross mark on your paper indi? cates that yoursuliscript'pn lias expired, or is due. and you are respectfully solic e l t > renew or remit. Q^Cornmissioh men or business men of any class hi Baltimore, Now York. Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and farmers through the col? umns of Tue Enterprise than in any other wav. Johu J. G?nter. John w. G. Btackstoue. G?NTER & RL AC KSTONE, A TTORXH YS-A T-LA If, Accom Xck C. IT., Ya.. will practice in the Courts of Accomack ami Northampton counties. Ja*. H....

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 February 1885

ACCOJIAU COCRT-HOCSE. V\. SATUlil)AY.Fkbruaky 14. ISS5: Entered at tlic Post^ffice at Aecomac 0. H.. Va.. as second-class mat tor. 3SET--; =-;c In a recent issue Mabone'sorgan states that when Geu.I.ec.at a public ?linner in his own house at Lexing? ton, after saving that he at ?nie! linw because of the iueresiug in j lirtn'ties ofng*? had thought of re signing the chief command, was, asked upon whom he had desired : his mantle t,> fall, replied: "Ma 1 horn!" Those who know Gen. Lee best were satisfied this'"as apocrypha!, lien. Early-publishes-] a letter from Con. G. \Y. C. U?e. a ?0U of the Great Commander, ami who was with htm at Lexington.of, Febrhary 2mL IS8T?, in which he say s "1 cannot tin: anyone here who remembers to havoover heard Gen. Lee mention the name ot Gen. Ma hr?tie: and I have other reasons for believing that my fathoriievorsaid anything to t' e effect that he would have recommended Gen. Mahoue! for the ("ommaud ol the Army of No:: heru Virginia."' I Iii a lat...

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 February 1885

SATURDAY. FEBitUAKY 14; 1SS5 i i s&T A cross-marK on your paper. before Hii~ yonr name, made with pen ami ink, indicates thai your suliscriptioii lias cK-V expired; or is due and you aro re etsST spectf ully solicited to remit or re 5^" new. LOCAL. NEWS. Kev. J. W; Carroll will preach to the children in the Methodist church at Drummondtown, next Sunday, at 3 P. M Mr. Henry A. Ward of Northampton 1 aa.l Miss Nettie Matthews ?f Accomac i were married at Craddockyille last Sun-! day iiv Key. J. E. Humphreys. J , j Messrs l.ee B. Kell am and James lliciiardson of Ixicuslville, left on hist Tuesday for Poughkeepsie, New York, to take a course of lectures at Eastman business co'lege located there Mr. Alfred Colonna, of Helle Haven, wl ile recklessly driving through the streets of Hungotcjigue, last Thursday, capsized his buggy and was thrown there? from, receiving injuries pronounced fil? ial bv the phvsician called to examine him Mr. George II. Bagwell, comity sur? veyor, having sold...

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 February 1885

Learn Soi;u?hl?y. The old has passed away, in agriculture us in other things, iu this country. When our soil was new the pioneer farmer had only to "tickle the earth witli a hoe and it laughed with :i harvest." Sloven? liness, had tillage and reckless waste of virgin loam alike failed for many years to destroy the fertility of the laud. But that good ohl day has gone forever, along with the great trees ami myriads of wild game, in the forest primeval. The agriculturist ofour period must practice unproved methods of agriculture if he would not be crowded out of his place and go down. The Iarmer must keep up with the time. Our ancestors wore out the rich virgin soil. The farmer of today must nourish it again and bring luck its strength, lie must ac puaint himsblf with the best ma? nures ami fertilizers. It is shown by the records that the soil of Great Britain produces butter crops than it did forty years ago. Intelligent fertilizers have brought about this good result. It shews, more...

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 February 1885

PUBtTSirED EVERY SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC C H.. fA. Jno.W. Edmonds, Owner aMit Eitlior. SuVjscriptloa Rates. i Copy. oin? year.SI 00 1 " six months. t?0 5 u oiip year. 5 00 j an;', a copy for six months free to the I one sending chtb. 10 copies, one year.$10 00 ami a free copy to the sender. Ad^ertlsl^s Eaxss. 1 Euch, one insertion.?1 00: 1 three . 1 751 1 " one year. 7 or?! S3" Rates for larser advertisements for u. longer time made known on appli-1 cation. cross mark on your paper indi? cates that yonrsubscript'dn ha* expired. Dr is due, and yon are respectfully solic e t to renew or remit. ?5*Commission men or business men ? :>f any class i-: Baltimore, New York,; Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more ' truckers and farmers through the col- j limns of The ExTERrniSE than in any : other w:iy. ??Ua J. Ounter. John w. ?. Siackaiouo. GUNTER & BLACKSTONE, A TTORXE YS-A T-LA IP, Accoxack G. IT., Va., j will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton counties. J>i-. H. Fle...

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 February 1885

accom AC COUllT-IIOUSE, va. SATURDAY.Febkuary 21,1885: * Entered at the Postoflice at Accomac t!. Hi. \ra.. as second-class matter. We are astonished to find our firieud of the Virginian is so inucli '?off his foot." Upon'?rum or nimmt here in Acconiae" he formulates a Condition political which ha* no ex? istence-. He says he has heard "that the County Committee will presume to dictate the names of those who are to till the various Federal offices in this county."? We hasten to reassure *ur contem? porary. We are in a position to state (1) that there has been no meeting of the County Committee: (2) that they have had no arrange racut for any purpose by letter or otherwise to dictate anything: (.'!) they have made no recommenda? tion as a body for any man: and (4) they do not intend to do so.? True, in signing papers for certain parties they have "presumed" to sign themselves "County Commit tee" to give force to their endorse? ment as they had a right. If they desired authority as a ...

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 February 1885

peninsula (Enterprise. ACCOMAO COURT-HOUSE, VA.: SATURDAY. FEBRUAR? 21, lSSf> t&~ a cross-mark on your paper. iKTorc B?S" your name, mailt' with (ten ami ink, t&y indicates thai your subscription has W expired, or is due, ami you are re? fer spectfully solicited to remit or re 4dT new. LOCAL NEWS. Kev. John MeNabb will hold Lenten! services in St. James Episcopal Church at Drummondtown every Wednesday uight at 7:30. Mrs. Wm. 15. Wilkius of our town is seriously ill. A change in her condition for the better is anxiously looked for by her friends. Hard times call for creator economy. If yon visit Haiti more, ami desire to combine comfort and economy, stop at t lie "Midtby House,-1 Mr. A. .1. Cassatt was elected hist Tuesday President of the New Vork. Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad, to succeed Hon. Wm. L. Scott, resigned. Mr. E. G-. Polk, will be at Drum? mondtown on next court-day with a full line of spring samples and will Ik? iiaj py to take yourorder lor a new suit of...

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 February 1885

Tflfce Care c." {t'i.s. The hog is universal. Whore ever civilized man goes, he goes, and in some cases at least he is as civilized as man. His tender ttesh may be too rich for poets and dys? peptics, but severe physical labor, especially in the open air, may be better sustained on a pork diet than on any other meat. The hog is not more prone to dis? ease than other animals. Sickness comes to him only because his pro? tector, man, does not understand his requirements and delicate con stitution. Much of what is called swine cholera, for instance, is the result of feeding hint nothing but corn diet. Corn and hog cholera go together. This valuable article of food is fattening, but it is also heating and constipating. It will not produce muscle, livery swine raiser knows that it is disastrous to feed brood sows on corn alone. No. The pig must have variety of food as well as man. Roots, wheat middlings and bran and clo? ver hay are among the best foods to mix with the com. Nothing can be...

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 February 1885

VOLUME IV ACCOM AC C. IL, VA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28 1885. NUMBER 34 published every saturday IT A CCD MAC C H., VA. Jno.W. Edmonds, Owner and F<!it?r. subscription Rate*. i Copy, one year.ST ou 1 " six months. W 5 ?? one year. 5 On anil a cony for ?ix months fret- to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year.310 00 and a free cony to tin' sender. Advertising Rates. I Inch, one insertion.?1 (Hi 1 three " . I 75 I " one year. 7 .50 jSTRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. ??TA er.w* mark on your paper indi jatfsthat your subscription has expired. ?>r is .hie. and you .are respectfully solie ed i? renex or remit. tS^TCoiamission iiie:i or business men if tuiv clans in Baltimore; New York. Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and farmers through the col? umns of The Enterprise than in any other war. John J. Ounter, John W? o. Blackrtono. GUNTER & BLACKSTOXE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LA IF. Accomack C. II.. Va., will practice in the Courts...

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 February 1885

accomac couiiT-norsE; va. SaTUKDAY.Feijkuary l's. I8S?: ?Brr.rz?rs-.. i. . ...j. :?:-:-? - - hutered at the Postofllce at Accomac C hi.. Va.. as second-class matter. am ?c? i. - . A monument to the "father of j h\< cotintn"at Washington hnsaf las; been completed. Tweuty-sev e:i years after the corner stone id' if was laid. America is relieved of the imputation often cast upon her of being ungrateful to him,who was "first in war.first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen. A monument of imposing grandeur, the loftiest in the world, dedicated on last Saturday refutes not only that charge, but a graver one still, that the dominant party in power j would control the ceremonies at-1 lending its dedication, as if it were Ii-?; the common propeity of the whole country. Contrary to that expectation of a few weeks ago. sectional hate seems fo have been f< igotten and the right of all citi Zens of ail sections of our country I to participate in the ceremonies of the occasio...

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 February 1885

VCCOMAC C01-1.T-TT0USE. VA.: SATURDAY. FEI-KrAirr 28. 1885 A crossriiiarK on your paper, before tjsff your name, made with pen anil ink. tefsr indicates that your sultscrintion lias expired, or is ihn-, and you are re ??T speetfuUy solicited to remit or re new. LOCAL fuEWS. For comfort ami cconomv we com? mend the Midtbv house to all our friends visiting Ifcdtimore. Navigation between Chit cotoaeue Island and the mainlan I. for several days this week" w;ts closed by the ice. Many of our people availed them selvesof the recent cold weatherto store away :t bountiful supply of ice for the summer. Iliad the extiaordinary inducements offered by our townsman, Mr. C. 15. Lib listou, to purchasers of ready-made clothiug. Kev. John McNabb will hold Leuten services in St. James Episcopal Church at Drummoudtown every Wednesday night at 7:S0. The Eastern Shore Steamboat Co.. will carry the mail tout- year.-;, under a re? cent contract made with the govern? ment, says a M..itiinoreSun corespond?...

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 February 1885

VoY.t rl\ ol Pit hlt-iiis. :!' yon will l(H>k t? t-k over Hit* . writes the Washington corres? pondent of tin' Cleveland (Ohio); Leader, you will see that from (he beginning most of our Prosidents ha e been poor men < iuorge Wash? ington was, perhaps, the wealth? iest of them and Rutherford B. Hayes will perhaps rank next.? John Adams, at the .ige of (?(5. al? te: twenty-six years <>f continuous prtblie service, retired to his little estate at Quiucy, M;b>.. with bare? ly enough properly lo give him the: needs of life on a farm. Thomas j dcilersou had to borrow someching less than $4(MHKI of a Richmond bank to pay his debts before he lr. the/?White House and the his- ] f -ry of the last seventeen years of his life is one almost constant ti? li iicial embarrassment. President V ulison left some property at the time of hia death, but his widow, th peerless Polly, was for a time di pendent on the bread and meat Iii nished her by an >hl negro scr v .it. and her last da...

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 March 1885

im wmww published bvkry saturday AT ACCOM AC C. H.. VA. Jno.W. Edmonds, Owner ???<? Editor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year.?1 00 1 *? six months. 60 5 " one year. 5 on and a copy for six mouths free to the one send ins: club. 10 copies, one year.$10 00 and a free copy to the sender. Advertising Kates. 1 Inch, one insertion.?l 00 1 '? three " . 1 75 1 " one year. 7 50 tSTRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. ti?"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. tSTCommission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York. Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and farmers through the col? umns of The Enterprise than in any other way; John -T. Guiiior. Joliu w. O. Blnckstono. GUTTER & BLACKSTONE, .4 TTORXE YS-A T-LA IF, I Accomack C. IT., Va., will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton counties. Jofen X.-oly. I Cp...

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 March 1885

grant? (tntfri-irisr. i ACC?JI?C C Ol KT-lilH SE; VA. SATIIKDYA, MARCH, Ulli. ISS."?: Enteret] ai die L'ostoflice at Accomae <S. II.. Va.. as seeolid-elass matter. The editor of the Yiiginian isev-i idcully not on? of those, who be lieves that consistency is a jewel.? Principles advocated by him today are reuoui.ced with such flippant ease to morrow that we cannot con? clude otherwise than that a treach erons memory guides the facile pen. which our hrol her wields. The ver? satility which our eonteiupoary thereby shows, excites our admira? tion, but the audacity which accom? panies it in some instances, is ap? palling. A case in point illustra? tive of the prent unities of our brother appears in articles of the Virginian in reference to the t'onu: ty Committee. The articles of the Virginian in regard to that matter : ' i were so vouiminous that it is im possible for ns to reproduce them, but we submit, that he by insinua? tion, if not directly, has made grave charges against the ...

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 March 1885

ACO?MAO COTJRT-1LOUSE, \rA.: SATURDAY, March 14. 1885 tr^" A cross-marl? on your paj?er. before c:-.-'" your name, made wit Ii pen and ink. f.v-" indicate? thai your suliseription lias 5ST expired;or is dar. and yon are re speetfiilly elicited to remit or re tf?? hew. LOCAL NEWS. The Hoard of Supervisors will meet on Monday. April 13th, by order of the chairman. Um. II. Warruigtott. superintendent of ferry at Cape Charles City, commit? ted suicide oh the 6th bist. Ceo. Waiter Widgeon, inspector of dredging a: Cape Charles City; received i severe and perhaps fatal injuries, by be ing tripped by a roj e, on last Sat unlay. Surprise is fredticntly rxpressula? the superior fare and accommodation fur-i nishtd a; tlie Maltby 11,.use Balto.. f..rj so small charge. The secret is. that the terms are made to suit the times. Mr. M. Olilham, Jr.. is the only Acco-! pi kian who iiad the honor of .-haking bands with President Cleveland, at his; inauguration. Mr. Oldham attended the President s re...

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 March 1885

Growing Oysters ?11 Trees. New London, March 3-The Poqu on noe. oyster brush eases nie to come before the Legislature this week for a decision on the qnes rion of damages. The Poquonnoc oysters have long lind the reputa? tion of being most do'icious bi? valves, but the supply was limited because the greater part of the riv? er bottom is covered with mud; which is fatal to oyster life. A shrewd, Yankee discovered that if trees were set thickly on the bottom, so that the tops were just below th?* surface of the water, the oyster at? tached themselves to the branches and thrived vigorously out of the mud. Gideon F. Raymond, of this city, was among *hc first oyster brush farmers. He planted many acres of submerged oyster forests, using young while birch trees. After a year he found that Iiis plant prom? ised to yield an immense crop. The trees were laden from the lowest branches to the topmost twigs with fat youngoysi ers. I le est imated t hat the largest brush would produce twenty fiv...

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 March 1885

VOLUME IV " ACCOM AC c" H., VA., SATURDAY, MARCH 21 1885._NUMBER 3T PUBtlSnEI) K\ ery saturday AT ACCOM AC C. M., YA. Jno.W. Edmonds, Onnvr ??d Eilltor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year.SI 00 1 " six months. BO 5 " one year. 5 0U and a copy for six mouths free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year.$10 00 and a free copy to the sender. Advertising Rates. I Inch, one insert ion.SI 00,' 1 ** three ** . 1 75; 1 " one year. 7 50 iSyUates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli cation. e?e>\\ cross mark on your paper indi- > cat es that your subscript'on has expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solic-1 el to renew or remit . ?SSTConiraission men or business men j of any class in Baltimore, New York, | Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and farmers through the col? umns of The Extercrise than in any other way. John Quuter. John W. G. Blttckstono. GUNTER & BLACKSTONE, A TTORNE TS-A T-LA TT, Accomack C. n.. Va.,! will practice...

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 March 1885

piraisttla oSntcr?risr. ?:-?-?-???-;?r.-: ACCOM AC COUHT-1IOUSE. VC SATUEDYA, M Alien, "Htli, 188?: -;-? - Kuteretl at the i'ostotlice at Accomac {>. II., Va.. as second-class matter. . >?-?-r?=- ?? Intelligence received from the Capitol leaves no ?louht that theaf fairs of our government are to be fearlessly and honestly adminis tered by those to whom its duties and responsibilities have been com mitted for the nexi four years.? Ere the pomp and s{ lendors atten? dant upon the inaugural ceremonies have passed away,we are informed, that our president has quietly set? tled down to work, and that the re? form which wo have been promised through iilm,by acts of his advisers lias already begun. The summary manner, in which useless clerks are disposed of by the members of Cleveland's Calnnefat the very out sot augurs well truly for the first days of our administration, pledged to reform. Their action in the mat. ter has a business look about it, full of hope, indeed, to;the country...

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 March 1885

|jfi!i?5u!;i (bnterpsc. LCCOMAU COIJKT-IIOUSE, \rA.: SATURDAY. MARCH 21, ISS5 LOCAL NEWS. Judge Hamilton S. Nealewill pre? side at the March term of bur. coun? ty court. Mr. F. R. White is making n to ("graphical survey of the Parkes' [Vinn, recently sold by Messrs. Browne, Jacob & Co. Dr. E. P. Beadles, formerly of his county is a graduate in den al surgery at the University of Maryland tliissession. In no large city <m this continent. Mil living bp had as cheaply as in Baltimore. The terms of the !iMalt !>y House" fully illustrate- that tact. Quarterly, meeting will be held in :he M. E. Church South, Ouancock ii morrow. Dev. .1. H. Amiss will present and conduct the ser? vices. Rev. W. C. V.tden will not meet lis regular appointment at Locust rille to mot row. He will- attend 'he'quarterly meeting held at; Dnancock on that day. Major Peyton S. Coles, Grand Lecturer id'the Masons in Virginia ailed to meet his appointment at Vean Lodge last Wednesday night )U account id' 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. — 21 March 1885

The White House Dining Boom. The Presidential state dinners are served in the White House dining-room,vrritesa correspondent. Here oceans of champagne, herds of fine beeve*, thousands of tur? keys, boatloads of terrapin and gi eat lakes of ice cream have been swallowed year after year for the past half centuiy or more.'j, Jeffer? son was almost a bankrupt from his White House dinners. Jackson Spent more than bis salary, and not. a President save, perhaps, An? drew Johnson, come out of the White House with anything more than he went in. Arthur's dinners have cost him a fortune, and each state dinner cost him from dll) a place upward. When it is remem? bered that each of these dinners have abtut forty guests at the table you will see that a state dinnercosts at least $500, and I am told that Mr. Arthur's ordinary meals, to which he always had several str?ng crs, cost about $5 a plare. There j is always wine on the table,and this of a quality which adds mater? ially to the table expens...

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