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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 24 August 1882

VOL. 2. Jfiunsula (fntrrprise. Official Paier of Accomac Curat! BS7~And has More Subscriber* oil the Euteru Shore of Virginia than all the Papers in the State combined. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Accomac C.H., Accomac County, Va. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Editor nrul Owner. Subscription Price 91.00 Per Aninm, Invariably in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 " three " - - - - 81.25 1 " one year, 5.00 dilates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on application. of Candidates for office $3.00, in advance. men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and fanners through the columns of TIIK ENTERPRISE than in any other way. Address ' JOHN W, REDMONDS, Accomac C. 11., Ya. COUNTY CARDS. J)ARKER & CUSTIS, ONANCOCK, YA. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, QUEEXSWARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOBA G COSPECIALTIES: Notions A Tobacco ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 24 August 1882

IJfransjttla Orntcrprise. OMaV Paper of Accomac County KTXnd ha* Jloro (iubNcribi'rs on the Eastern Nttore of Virginia than all the l*aj>«Vs in the State combiner!. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Single copies, - - five cents SI.OO a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1882, THE opening day of the Eastern Shore agricultural fair rapidly approaches. The list of premiums offered is large, and the exhibit promises to be fully commensurate with it. The energy and foresight displayed by the management augurs well for its success. This fair lias now become one of our settled institutions, and as we progress in the development of our resources so will it wo trust gain in strength to aid in the perfection of all it touches. To make it efficient and strong in its influence, we urge that while judgment shall be tempered with meicy, it shall enforce a high standard in all things. Only so can improvement result. We hope that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 24 August 1882

pttittsttlii dtntn-prk. Official Paper of Accomac (My, lias More Subscribers on the Eastern Shore of Virginia than ull the Papers in the State combined Entered at the Postoflice at Aecoiuac C. 11., Va., its second-class matter. Accomac G. H., Va.: THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1882, LOCAL NEWS. County court, next Monday. Eleven hundred barrels of sweet potatoes were shipped from Onaueock to day. The Eastern Shore agricultural fair conies off on the 29th, 30th and 31st inst. There will be a regatta at Cobb's Island on the Otli and 7th of September. See advertisement. The steamers of the Eastern Shore Steamboat Company leave Baltimore af'terthe 28th inst. at 5:30 r.k. The Presbyterians have -purchased the Old ehurch property of the M.E. church south at Onaueock. Peter Carter was chairman of the convention which nominated Col. liobt. Mayo for congress in this dis- trict. The silver pitcher offered to the fastest skiff in the race at Powell ton on last Tuesday was awarded Mr. James K. Harmon. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 24 August 1882

UOMMUOI.O, CVl s VYVM r\ mvi No. Ouo cup *>i taisins. onvMuts, tiour, WMUKH. snot i\Ud sugar. Stone ;Vlu\ out tho raisins. wash and VI rY tho currants,chop the suet ami mix all tho above ingredients well ti>gv.theri thou add two ounces of cut candied peel and citron, a little mixed spice, salt and ginger, say half a to'.vspoonful of each; stir in four well beaten eggs and enough milk to make the mixture so that i the spoon will stand upright in it; tie it loosely in a cloth or put in a mould; plunge in boiling water and boil for three and a half hours. BROOK TROUT.—Split nearly to the tail, wash and clean well and fold together again. Let them lie wrapped singly in a clean dry towel for a few minutes. Dredge with flour and salt, and put in a pan with fresh sweet lard, which should be hot but. not burning- Do not turn until brown enough for the table. One of the most essential things, in serving trout, or fish of any kind, is to have everthing hot and quickly di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 31 August 1882

YOL. 2. |lraitisii(;i Oriitfrjirisc. Official Paper of Accomac County, (ETAud has More Subscribers on the Eastern Shore of Virginia than all the Papers in the State combined. PUISLrSUKI) EVERY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va, J OHJV W. EDM OND S, and Owner. Sabarription l*rice $ll.OO Per Annum, Invariably in Advance. ' ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 three " - - - - $1.25 1 " one year, 5.00 dilates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on application. of Candidates for office S3.(JO, in advance. men or business men of anv class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. Address JOHN W, EDMONDS, Accomac C. 11., Ya. COUNTY CARDS jpARKER & OUST IS, ONANCOCK, VA. DEALERSIN DRY GO CDS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, Q CEENSWAKE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOBA CCQ. SPECIALTIES: Notions &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 31 August 1882

jjpeninsula (hilcrprisf. Official of Atceinac Coimtv Our"".Vu»l hnx Moi'i l HnlwvtlH'm «»i« 11*o Y.ant<»ru Sluirv «t Vtrtlutn Hutu nil tinl*>i|t«rn in lliv Sl««v rontUluoil. PUHMSUKD KYIKN Tnri;su,v\. Single copies, - ii\o routs Si.OOayear or llt'ty cents torsix months, invariably in advance. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, ALGFST ISS2. For Congress, First Distrii-t, ■ Hon. GEORGE T, GARRISON, OF ACCOMAC. HON. JOHN S. WISE, the coalition candidate for congress for the State at large, delivered a lengthy address to an attentive audience composed,, for the most part of those opposed to him politically, at. our courthouse on last Monday. His speech may be briefly summed up under three heads. First, anecdotes, which we laughed at and enjoyed. Second, the dead issues of readjustment, which fell upon dj#ll and listless ears, as no one recognizes it as an issue in the political contest in which we are now engaged, and thirdly, his views in relation to the Arthur adminis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 31 August 1882

llraiiMit <£ntft{tisf. Official Papeiof Accomac Connty, *?" And hex jir« Babacribers on the Kaatcrn Shore f Virginia than all the Papers iu the ,f#tc combined. . Entered -at tli Postoflice at Accomac C. H., Va., as iecond-elass matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1882. LOCAL NEWS. The Ouancoek baptist Working Society* will hold a Fair at Onan--011 Wednesday, September Gth, commencing at 12 o'clock M. We are under obligations to Mr. Edmund Milliner for a very fine melon of the Gipsy variety. It was the finest one brought to our towivthis season, and weighed 35pounds. Your attention is called to the card of Mr. John "W.Il. Xock. Asa gentleman, we can commend him, and for his skill as a mechanic his work in the upper part of our county will speak for itself. 'ln the convention at Tappahanock on the 25tli hist., delegates from every part to the district were instructed to cast their votes for Judge Garrison, and he was re-nominated without opposition. A telegraph...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 31 August 1882

WHAT NMALI FARMS WILT, DO. The diffusive farmer spreads his manure and ,labor over a large territory, producing; unsatisfactory 'results. He is more intent on ax-res than bushels, and seeks to increase area rather than the yield. Most American farmers have little idea of the capabilities of an acre of land, but the experiments conducted at the "Riverside Stock and Experimental Farm," Avon Springs, N. Y., an account of which is given in the Empire State Agriculturist , shows how management can overcome difficulties. The farm contains thirty acres; and is mostly a reclaimed swamp, v a portion of it, however, being stiff clay. Last year 7,000 heads of celery, between the rows of half an acre of sweet corn, were produced. The celery plants were set in a furrow between the rows after corn cultivation was finished, the corn serving to partially shade the celery. From one and threo quarters acres 2,100 bushels of carrots were gr<s\vn, 800 bushels of which were sold at forty cent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 7 September 1882

VOL. 2. Jlnnnstda (£ntcr|mc. Official Paper of Acceiac County, iKTAmI lias Store Subscribers on the I'aslern Shore of Virginia than all the l'aiiers iu the Stale combined. PUBLISHED KVICKY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va. JOHN W. JKDMOyDS, lOtlilior and Owner. PiubsoriptSou Price SI.OO l*er Auniini. Invariably in Advance. ADVEKTI SING iIATES: 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 three "• - - - - sl.i>s I® '• one year, 5.00 iggTßates for larger advert isenients for a longer time made known on application. Announcements of Candidates for otlice §3.00. in advance. men or business men of any class in Baltimore. New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more trackers and farmers through the columns of The Entkui'Klsk than in auv other way. Address JOIIN AY, EDMONDS. Accomac C. 11., Va COUNTY CARDS. jpAKKEII & CUSTIS^ ONANCOCK, VA. DEALERS IN DEY G OCD S, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, QUE E NSW Alt E, (1 LA SSWAIMv, CROCKE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 7 September 1882

ipmiiMlit (bntcrpi'ise. V- 111 ■■■ ■■ ■■ ■ 1 «»—* ■ ■ 1 1 ■. ■ «»v*... Official Paper of Acoomac Count! has Jloi'e Sultscribei-s on t Jio iUistvrn Nluii'O ol' Virginia than all (lir I'npert in the State comttiurd. l'VßtjSilKi) lOviittr TIII'KSDAV. Single copies, - - live cents if! .00 a scar ov fifty cents for six months, imariably in advance. Acccmac C. H., Va.: TII rivSl) AY, SEPT. 7, 18S2. Yen Congress, First' District, Horio Geo. T. Garrison, Ofr ACCOMAO. MAHOXEJSJI WE Vlil XIMJ, The following, in reference to the late followers of Mahone. is submit ted as proof that the cause of Mahoneism is Weakening in Va. They ;iie but a few of the many staunch leudj listers in Virginia who have eometo the conclusion that to follow MAHONE any longer was to sell themselves absolutely to the republican party. This breach in the iauks of Mahoneism comes later than we had anticipated, but now 1 hat it has come, the desertion from its ranks threatens to be a stampede. in a speech at Abingdon Va.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 7 September 1882

|)fnksul;t (tntrrprisc. Official Paper of Acconac Comity, WAiid lias IHor« Subscribers on the l'.astern Shove of Virginia than all the l'upers lu lite Slate combined. Entered at the Postoflice at Accomac C. 11., Va., as second-class matter. Accomac C. 51., Va.: THURSDAY, SKIT. 7, 1882. At Craddockvilje and vicinity tlie hogs are dying with cholera. J John AY. W'oltz is the straightout republican candidate for congress in this district. Rev. F. M. Burcli has returned from the city of Richmond, and will resume his labors with us by holding services at St. James Church in our town on next Sunday morning. Frank B. Brent, Esq., the ellicient principal of Onaneock Academy has returned to the county, from his home in the mountains, and will resume his labors in that institution on next Mondav. Lynn C. Byrd. Esq., the genial and clever representative of the popular firm of J;lnies Bailey & Son, is now on a visit to the Eastern Shore. Our merchants need only to be iiiformed in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 7 September 1882

A Parallel. The thrift of a tanner and his degree of success in his chosen .profession can be easily determined by the care which lie bestows upon his fanning tools* A man who uses the open fields for a storehouse; who leaves hi* plow sticking in the last furrow of (lis fall plowing; who allows his reaper to remain out doors throughout the winter; who can never find anything in the way of tools,- Unless the entire farm is searched; wh</sc harness is never properly repaired, about whose premises there is a general air of decay, ought not to expect success, and certainly his expectations will not be realized. The man who takes a contrary view of tilings, who appreciates the importance of having a good storage shed where the farm tools can be stored and sheltered from the weather, and who passes the oft-recurring rainy days in repairing the very appurtenances that make success possible, is the man Who will reap the greatest reward. The cost for providing shelter for farming ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 September 1882

VOL. 2. |lfwnstt!a Official Paper of Accomac County, S3"And lias More Subscribers oil the Eastern Shore of Virginia than all the Papers In the State combined. PUBLISHED IJVERY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Editor and. Owner. Subscription Price 81.00 Per Annum, Invariably In Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 " three " - - - - §1.25 1 " one year, .... - 5.00 dilates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known 011 applica-, tion. of Candidates for oflice s>.oo, in advance. men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers arid farmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. Address JOHN W, EDMONDS. Accomac C. 11., Va. COUNTY CARDS. JpARKEB & CUSTIS, ONANCOCK, VA. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, QIT EE NSW ARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOBA CCO. SPECIALTIES: No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 September 1882

|]fninsul;t (tntfrprisi. W.... "" . 1 1 ... . " ■ Official Paper of Accoiac Coiuiti Ami hns More Subscribers oil tlio Knslvrn Mliorc of Virginia Hum all thv Papers in tli<» Stutc combined. PUBLISHED EVKUY THURSDAY. Sihgle copies, - live cents §I.OO a.year or fifty cents for six months, invjttiably in advance. Acccmac C. H., Va.: Tin BSD AY, SEPT. 14, 1882. For Congress, First District, Hon. Ceo. T. Garrison, 01-' ACCOMAC. lII.ASI'HEMY Oh, ye pulpiteers, go to Christ, findhear him! He was a Liberal Readjuster! Does that startle you?— Whig. Wo answer in the affirmative, we are not only startled, we are shocked at the utter depravity of the heart from which such a se ltimeri.t emanates. We were prepared to believe in the laxity of the morals of a party, which for the sake of the "loaves and fishes" is willing to repudiate every obligation however sacred, and is controlled by no loftier sentiment than that conveyed in the utterance of one of its leaders, that "honor won't buy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 September 1882

l |)eninsul;i €nte|rist. Official Paper of AGComac Comity, lO'And linn More Subscribers oil llie East or n Sliorc of Virgiiiia lliart all the Papcn iit ilic Kiate combined. Entered at the Postoffice at Accomac C. 11., Ya., as second-class matter J * Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, SEPT. 14. 18S2. LOCAL NEWS. The democrats of Accomack are invited to attend a political meeting to be held at the court house on the first day of the next term of the county court. The object of said meeting will be to effect a thorough organization of the democratic party. Every member of the county committee is especially urged to be present. Jxo. W.EDMONDS, Chairman County Com. Stencils and cards have been sent to the office of the EN'rr.itrniSK for distribution among the shippers of Hell & Co., 97 Park Place, New York- A quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church, South, will commence at Locustville next Saturday, and be protracted after the usual Saturday and Sunday exercises, every night'until f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 September 1882

Xiooh Not t'|)On the Soda. There is a beautiful young lady in this city, a temperance girl, who lias a pair of eyes that sparkle so that a stfaiiger would think she • fras winking when she looked up and smiled.- She would not wink for aii jthifig, but when she smiles iM around the eyes seems ib draw, and, well, if it isn't a wink it is ii Counterfeit well calculated to deceive. She was on the way to the temperance lodge the other night and stopped at a soda fountain to get a glass of soda, and when the clerk asked what flavor she would have, she looked up at him and smiled, and said "I will leave that to youf"—The clerk said afterwards, when her brother came in after the lodge was out to whip him, that he would have sworn she winked. It seems some of the customers wapt a little brandy in their soda, and the proprietor tokl the clerk when anybody winked and looked sort of cunning to put a little brandy with the flavoring. He thought she was one of the winking customers, and he thinks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 21 September 1882

VOL. 2. . |]rainsttlit <!rntfvprist\ Offlciai Paper of Accoiac County, #s"Aiid has More Subscribers on the Eastern Shore of Virginia thun ull the Papers in the Statfe combined* PUBLISHED EVEIiY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va, JOHN IF. EDMONDS, Editor and. Owner. Subscript ion Price 81.00 Per Annum, Invariably in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: i Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 " three " - - - - §1.25 1 " one year, ----- 5.00 - 6g"ltates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on application. (grAnnouncements of Candidates for oflice SB.OO, in advance. of any class in Baltimore, New \ ork, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of THE ESTER PIUSE tluui in any other way. Address JOHN W, EDMONDS, Accomac C. 11., Va. COUNTY CARDS. pARKER & OUST IS, ONANCOCK, YA. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, wotiokts, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, OARPETS AND ()1 LCLOTHS, QIT FEN SWA BE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOBA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 21 September 1882

JJtiunsitla (Enterprise. Official Paner of Acctiac County has Jfore Nutmrrtbcrs on the Knstern Slior* of Vtrginia tlinn all the l*ai»ct» In the Slate combined. Ptfui.isiiteD Evkry Thursday. Single copies, - - five cents SI .00 a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1882. For Congfess, First District, Hon. Ceo. T. Garrison, or ACCOMAC, The Egyptian war is ended. The decisive battle was fought at Tel-el-Kebiiv on the 13th inst., and the victory gained there by the British troops under the command of (Jen. Wolsey resulted in the dispersion and capture of the whole of Akaih's army. Akabi has since surrendered, and the military posts of the country are in the possession of the British. These results were accomplished in accordance with the plan of campaign settled upon by Ceii. Wolsey before leaving England, and'at the time and place designated by him. The victory was wou by the British troops at a loss of less than 200 in kil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 21 September 1882

|kmnsul;t 1 I ' * 1 .ft A* ' i i" ■ „ \ Official Paper of Accomac County, #3"And lias More Subscribers on the Eastern Shore of Virginia than all the Pa|ibirs In the Stnte combined; Entered at the Postofliee at Accomac Ci 11., Va., as second-class matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 18S2. LOCAL NEWS. the democrats of Accomack are invited to attend a political meeting to be held at the court house on the first day of the next term of the county court. The object of said meeting will be to effect a thorough organization of the democratic party. Every member of the county committee is v especially urged to be present. Jno. W.EBmonds, Chairman County Com. County Court next Monday. Circuit court commences the first Monday in October. The thermometer at this place on last Tuesday stood at i>S° in the shade. The steamers of the Eastern Shore steamboat company now leave Baltimore at 5 o'clock P. >t. 15uiltliiitr in «nir county at present is - booming to such...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 21 September 1882

Improved Syskms of Agriculture. There is undoubtedly greater interest in farming being now maifi tested than has been the case for many years past. All the evidences present to the intelligent landhohb or that the future has in store for him better prospects than are like ly to be obtained in any other profession or pursuit. Indeed, the wonder now is how men in most of the various pursuits Of life • can, with a clear. conscience, conduct their affairs successfully. Speculation on the one hand is being introduced into every branch of business to an extent thiit none but the most astute and cautious deal- . V ers can make purchases with any degree of safety. The '.'monopolies" and"cornerings" in every article hi common use, conducted as they are by men too often acting alone uo'pn the principle of "determining fo be rich," and who are equally as liable to make their operations a failure as they are to secure a sue- j cess, and with whom it is "hit or j m issy" regardless of the effect...

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