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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 31 July 1886

VOLUME VI ?CWMAC^CniTVA., SATfRDAY, JULY 31 1886. NUMBER 4 rURMPTTKD KVEIIY SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC C H.. VA. Jno.W.Edmonds, Owner EOitor. Subscription Rates 1 Copy, ouo year SI 00 j 1 " six months fiO 5 li one year . 5 00 j and a copy for six months free to the j one sending club. 10 copies, one year 810 00 and a free copy to the sender. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . 8 75 1 three '* . 1 25 1 41 one year .. "50 ij^Rates 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 comb ned. 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 Kicli niyml, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of This j ENTEKrnisE than in any other wav. j T. C, PARUAMORB & SON, j A t X O Ii ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 31 July 1886

kitmsula Enterprise. ACCOMAC COLTlT-nOUSE. VA. SATURDAY. JULY 31,1886: filtered at the Postoffice at Accomac C. IL. Va.. as secdud-class matter. Tlie question of cartage, which lias been a subject for several let? ters aud of editorial comment iu Several issues of our paper is now dofluitely settled. No commission merchant in New York now charges cartage, so far as we aie advised. The question has been solved, as we understand, by the superb fa? cilities provided by the railroad company at their magnificent pier in New York, for the receptiou ot our produce, and the arrange? ments made by the manager of the New York, Philadelphia ami Norfolk railroad for its delivery there. To which of the commission merchants of New York, especial credit is due for hasteniug the re? lief from the burden of cartage, we do not kuow?no one of them surely can claim the credit exclusively, Iu fact, we believe that the most of those receiving shipments from the Eastern Shore, worked diligeutly to seenre ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 31 July 1886

fhmsuk (foiteprise. ACC UM AC COl' I? '1-110 USE," VA SATURDAY." ULY 31. 1886: LCCA^WEWS. The. Board of Supervisors ad journed last Monday, fo meet at ?ccomac C. 11. oa Thursday next. Mr. l<\ L. Kurtz of tho Eastern Shore Herald, made w a pleasant visit at our office on last Monday; Mrs. George C. Gavey, of Brook? lyn,and Mrs. Sallie Leader, of Man cic.Ind., are guests of i>Irs. A.J. Lib list oiii The two eases of the Common wealth vs. Hiram Poulson were again tried at this term of e<?urf,luif j the juries in both cases failed to I agree. The members of the Sunday School of Onane< ck. will make an excursion to Old Point on nex*: Tuesday. The round trip ticket costs $1.50. Bnndick, at Onanoock, sells ice cream both by wholesale and retail. He is also a dealer in fine sugar cured bams, dried beef hams, fresh beof, pork &c. A bush meeting comnieuces a' A.vres' chapel Sunday morning, August 8th, and will continue du? ring the week, with services after noon and night. Rev...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 31 July 1886

Warmth from Paper. A single newspaper spread upon a bed confines a layer of air under it, and this of itself is a non-con dui'tor of heat, and far less of heat escapes from the bodies of the per? sons in tbe bed. At tbe same time it, keeps that layer of air from mo? tion, and thus affords extra protec t:on. Let anyone try pasting to? gether several sheets of common newspapers, to form a covcrli<i,and they will find its protection almost ;is great as that of an extra closely woven bedspread. Two or three sach layers will equal in warmth quite a thick comforter. They can be pasted or fastened together at the edges for easy handling, and l>c kept fohle?! in a closet for extra cold nights. This is of pent im )M?rtancc to poor persons, and to all w ho have nor an abundant supply of warm bedding. Anyone caught from home in cold weather with an insufficiency of clothing will find much help from simply wrapping a large newspaper, or other paper, around any exposed part of the body, as...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 August 1886

AT ACCOMAC C. ?., VA. Owner ai??J Editor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year 51 00 1 "" six moiiUnjC \ c> 60 5 " oney* * vVtf'Y\ \ v- \Xfi Qfr and a copy for si\- months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year ... [??;?:;?: .??'S4?vP?K and a free copy to the sender. ' Advertising; Kates. 1 Inch, one insertion . 1 three .b&? ,Y 1 " one year .-. . 7 50 or frlongef trrae nftwe Known ?fftotimi* ?rinn -w-o cation; ^"Circulation larger than"aflTfiepiT pers i ublishcd on Eastern ShoYetof^Vft-' ginia cotnb neil. eg"" A^ete^jwrn^fffo i i rWm rlpd i - * cat es*nM|to?wr*rt hb^flMlf or is due, and you are respectfully solic ed to renew or remit. of Pluladdpliia, ltaston, Norfolk or Rich nvt?wf? fcuV^rS?l more truckefS and farmers through tlie columns of The Entkkit.ise than in any other way. -1 V ' i v; r?-,;; nr.! r> .vi ^"Comi??siiml twen^m ifusi ires* irea j any class uriraTtiifir^'>>VYWlS -Aceoinaek C. H., Va. Will visit"(;ni!ico^*^t*ffi?Ma?^ before every co?iity...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 August 1886

Ijrainsulit Enterprise. ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA.. SATURDAY, AUG. 7, lSSC: Entered at the Postoflice at Accomac C. H.. Va.. as second-class matter. Ex-President Samuel J. Tilden is dead, fle died at his home, '-Grey Stone" N. T., at 8. 45 a. m. on "Wednesday. The immediate cause of his death was failure of the heart, following an acute attack of diarrhoea and nausea. Lie is dead. He, the grandest statesman of the age?the incomparable pa? triot; the houest citizen; the pure Democrat, has passed away. The whole conntry is bowed in grief? ?b longer shall we have his sage counsels?no longer his words of wisdom to guide and direct. Uuder date of July 28, 1S8G, Hou. John Goode publishes a let tor -'to the Democratic voters m the second Congressional District of Virginia." It is a manly letter characterized by the straightfor? ward honesty, and purity of pur? pose, dignity, and trenchant elo? quence of its author. He declines to entei into a contest in the dis? trict for "many consideration...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 August 1886

fb?Mitia (fcutcrpise. ACCOM AC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY. AUG. 7, 18S6: LOCAL NEWS. f3T A eross-marK on your paper, be!ore GT j our name, made with pen and ink, f??* Indicates tnat your subscription has expired, or is due. am, you are re spectfully solicited to remit or re tif new. Dr. John L. Burrows will lecture in the Baptist church at Accomac C. II, next Tuesday night. The annual horse Pennings of Chinco teague and Assateague come off this year on the 17th and lsth of August, respectively. ''Our foreman is sick in bet! and con? sequently several advertisements and other matter a c unavoidably omitted this week. Rev. I,. B. Betty, of Norfolk, will prrarli at Temperanceville next Sunday at 10.39 a. m., atid at Gutlfordat 3.30 p. m. Rev. J. Wright Norris, will preach in the grove near the old site of Con? quest chapel, (lately removed) to-mor? row, Sunday, at 3.30 p- m. Messrs Jona Bigelow & Co., solicit through our columns the patronage of our farmers; The firm is first class i...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 August 1886

Locomotive Headlights. "There are 25,000 locomotives in the United States," said a railway official, "and every one of them is furnished with a headlight. A locomotive without a headlight would look like a dog without a nose, and most people would say that it is next to impossible to run a locomotivo without a big lamp in front. Yet I am of theopiniou that these lamps are almost useless,aud that they could bo taken off most locomotives without detriment to anybody. Headlights are not iu use in England, and we have used thom iu America simply because somebody used them before us. We Lav.' become so accustomed to them that most people think that a loco? motive without a lamp could not be run with safety,bntl am convinced that there is more da tiger in their use than in their absence. I speak, of course, ot road engines, and not of those used iu yards. On a road en? gine the headlight is of no earthly use to the engineer; it obstructs his vision so that he cinnot see his switch light, ...

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 August 1886

[volume vi Tcc?liIAC^rHVv'?., SATURDAY, AUGUST U 1886. NUMBER 6 rUBLTSHED evek^vt SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC & H.. VA. no.W. Edmonds, Own?r and Editor. Subscription Kates 1 Copy, one year 81 00 1 " six months 60 6 " one year . 5 00 and a copy for six months free to the one sending club. 0 copies, one year 810 00 and a free copy to the sender. Advertising Kates. 1 Inch, one insertion . 8 75 1 " three ?? . 1 25 1 ik one year .. 7 50 ?5" Rat es for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. ?TCirculation larger than all the pa? pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia combined. <SFA 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. g?TCommission 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 Tue Enterprise than in any other wav. T. C. PARRAMORE & SON, At...

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 August 1886

ACCOMAC COLltT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, AUG. 14, 1886: Entered at the Post office at Accoiuac C, II.. Va.. as secoud-class matter. FOR CONGRESS. FIRST DISTRICT, HON. THOMAS CEOXTON, Of Essex. Hon. Thomas Croxton whose Da ne wo place at the head of our columns to-day was nominated as the candidate for Congress from the First Congressional District at tue Couventiou held atTappahan nock.on Tuesday. No other name was presented to the Convention aud he received the enthusiastic endorsement ol that body on the first ballot. As the nominee of j our party we cheerfully accept him as our standard bearer aud will al? ways be found ready to aid him by all means iu our power in bearing to victory our banner iu November. Aecoinac has always done her duty and we have too much faith in the patriotism of bor sons to bave any fears as to the course which will be pursued by them now. The same inspiring watchword, duty, which has guided them iu tbo past, will not be unheeded by them now. They realize 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 August 1886

ACCOM AU COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY. AUG. 11, 1880: LOCAL NEWS. f3T A eross-marK on your paper, net ore (ST your name, made with pen and ink, f?T indicates tiiat your subscription has IST expired, or is ?lue, anu you are re 68T spectfully solicited to remit or re fgF new. The next meeting of the?Farmers_' club at Mappsburg will be held next Saturday. Mr. B. T. Melson, Aecomac C. II., is recently home from city with a fine line of carriages, diisters,*harness?S:e. A boat race lietweeu the Puritan and Blackhawk will come oft*at Parker's Is? land near the mouth of Onancock Ureek next Monday. An irish potato of the "'Early Hebron'.' variety, raised by Mr. Geo. W. Bishop, near Lee'uioat, this year, weighed two pounds. Valuable real estate situated atOidey station wnl be sold to-day by AieMath & Kelley. See advertisement A colored camp meeting will com? mence August 2Sth next.iiieiU-Bloxoiu's Siaiiob, on road leading to Modtstown, uu ler the supervision of tlie Hev. J. E. Llouiil, of th...

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 August 1886

For Telling; Horses' Aires. The full grown horse possesses twenty four back teeth/that is, six in each side of each jaw; these are called molars or grinders. He has twelve front teeth: that is, six in each jaw. Mares have no tushes. The foal has either at his birth, or shortly afterward, eight milk teeth; that is, four in each jaw; at about twelve months two more milk tooth (-.nine in each jaw. Those remaiu ulichatiged until he is about three years old. The mouth of the year? ling and two year-old cannot be coufouuded. The yearling mouth shows no signs of use, and the cor? ner teeth are shells only; at two years old these teeth are strong and well grown, and the corner teeth filled up. A little before three years the two center teeth of each jaw fall out, and are replaced by jieruianeut ones. A little before five tho two remaining teeth are hbed, and in their place come per? manent ones. The upper milk teeth usually fall out first. Thus the mouth is complete as to its frout. teeth; ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 4 September 1886

VOLUME VI ACCOMAC C. H., VA., SATURDAY! SEPTEMBER 4 L886. NUMBER "9 ruiSLISIIED KVJBUY SATTTUDAY AT ACCOM AC C. H., VA. Jno.W. Edmonds, Onnvr ami Kill tor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year SI 00 l " six mouths 60 5 " one year . 5 00 and a copy for six months froe to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year $10 00 and a free copy to the sender. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . 8 75 1 three ?? . 1 25 1 '* one year .. 7 50 ig^Rates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli cation. SgTCirculation larger than all the pa pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir- i ginia combined. ^?TA 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 Bich- j ninnd, can reach more truckers and \ farmers through the columns of The Enteiu'IUSE than in any ot her wav. j T. C. PARRAMOllE &...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 4 September 1886

?Jk_ _ ?? ? ACCOM AC COURT-HOUSE^ V A. SATURDAY, SEPT- 4, 188ft Kiiteml at thepostolTice at Ac?>runc C. II.. Ya.. as secoiubclass ihattur. FOR CONGRESS. FIRST DISTRICT, EON. THOMAS CEOXTON, Of Essex. At 9.50 P. M. on Tuesday night, a secies of earth waves struck the Atlantic coast, reaching afc far "West as Chicago. It was most dis? astrous at Charleston. S. C. The soeues there were those of terror. 'Jo day the city is in gloom, and all bnsiness suspended. More than 100 people have been killed, and many booses were thrown dowu.? To add to the appalling state of af? fairs, fires brokeontin five differ? ent sections of the city. People rushed by thousands from their houses, frantic with fear, and the air was filled with cries of agony and stippbcat;on. u O my God, help us!" "Save us!" "? God!" rang out incessantly. The people have abandoned their houses and are living out in the streets in tents, All the telegraph lines, and rail? road Hues are closed, and commu? nication with 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. — 4 September 1886

ACCOM AO CQTJKT-HOpSE, VA SATURDAY. SEPT. i, 1886: ?ST A Cfbss-marK on your paper, net ore t3T your name, -Made with pen and ink. tKT Indicates tnat your subscription has egT expired, or is due-, am, you are re tf^ spectfully solicited to remit or re new. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Pt. I?. C. Kellam of our town is visiting friends in Washington. Mr. .Tolm W*. Cillett is now at Bed? ford Springs, Pennsylvania for his health. Mr. .lohn D. Grant, or Richmond, is home on a short visit to friends and re? lations in Ac.eouiac. A nice will .come off at Metempkni Bench on next Saturday between the skills of Thos. E. Parks and John Ross for a purse of $20. Mr. H. W. Dunne. Superintendent of Hie. X. Y. P. & X. R. K. and Mr. R. B. Cook. General passenger and freight Agent; attended our Fair. Capt. Geo. G. Savage, collector of eastoms has received orders from the ?Treasury Department 10 remove his of iice from Easiville to Cape Charles City. A festival will be held at Episcopal Chinch in Pungoteaguc....

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

How Women Go to Sleep. There is an article going the rounds entitled "flow the Girls go to sleep." The manner in which Hiev go to sleep, according to the article, can't hold a candle to the way a married woman goes to sleep. Instead of thinking what she should have attended to before go? ing to bed. she thinks of it after wind, While sho is revolving these matters in her mind, and while snugly tucked up in bed, the old man is .scratching his head in front ??f the fire and wondering how he will pay the next mouth's rent.? ? uldeuly she exclaims: Ms roes, did yon lock the door?"' '?Which door?"says James. "The cellar door," says she. "No," says James. '?Well, you had better go down am', lock it, for I heard someone in the buck yard hist night." Accordingly James paddles down th? staiis and locks the door.? Ab nit the time James returns aud is going to bed she remarks: "Did you shut the stair-door?" "No." says James. 4: Well, if it is not shut the eat will get up into the chamber." "Le...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 9 October 1886

VOLUME VI ACCOMAC C. H, VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 1886. NUMBER 14 PURMSITED EVERY SATURDAY at accomac c. h., va. Jno.W. Edmonds. Owner atml Krtitor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year SI 00 1 u six months t>0 5 11 one year . 5 CO 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. Advertising Kates. 1 Inch, one insertion . S 75 1 " three ?? . 1 25 1 ki one year .. 7 50 (STIlates for larger advertisements - a longer time made known on appli? cation. (^Circulation larger than all the ha? pere published on Kastern Shore of Vir1 ginia combined. (?3TA cross mark on your paper indi? cates that your subscription has expired, j or is due. and yon are respectfully solid-1 c! to renfiw or remit. SsiTCommissioii men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia; Boston; Norfolk or Rich? mond, can reach ni ne truckers and farmers through the columns of Tuk I Enterprise than in any other wav. ! T. C. PARR AM OR...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 9 October 1886

flnmisulit enterprise.1 ACUOMAC UOUKT-KO?SE. VA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER !), 1SSC: ? nd'ii'fl :;t OwvPostoHicr at Acoomac C Ii.. \"a.. as sece-wl-class matter. ECK CON CK ESS. FJBST DISTRICT, HON. THOMAS CKOXTON, Of Essex. ?Judge Garrison publishes a lengthy letter iu the Ficderieks l?mg Star last week,in which after making an elaborate statement of the difficulty between Mr. Oroxton sind himself, he winds up by saying: "This, however, is a mere persoual mutter between .. Mr. Croxton and myself. <TJUstre is nothing political in ^^tnd I do not desire any man 23So*fake up my personal quarrels." Just so, and Mr. Croxlon as the democratic standard bearer should receive the undivided and cut hash astic support of his party. ""Whilethe Republican Conven? tion at Tappahaunock was waiting for the report on the committee on resolutions and platiorm, T. C Walker, (colored.) of Gloucester, in ivsponse to frequent calls address ed the Convention. During the course of his remarks he hoped a candida...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 9 October 1886

AOOOMAO COtMT-H OUSE. VA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9, 18S6: LOCAL NEWS. Freeman, Lloyd, Mason & Dryden, reply to American Fish Guano Co., til this issue. See editorial page; Mr. Sonlhey L. Gofiigou of Wacha preaeue had a narrow escape from suffo? cation ny ens. at a hotel in Baltimore this week. Kent & Wilson Paiksley are st ill sei ling a sack of salt containing 4 bushels for SI 50 to winch the attention of cus? tomers Is especially invited. Rev. C. D. Crawley, pastor, author' ize?* the annoimci tnent that the M. E. Church, South. Powell ton will lie dedi? cated on Sunday, the 17th inst. A revival meeting is now iu nroirress at Methodist church iu Drummondtowu ?eonducfeil by R v. J. W. Carroll, aud live persons have been converted. ? W. S. Dickinson & Son, Pocomokc city, Maryland, have again replenished their stock with a complete line of goods, and invite purchasers to call and see the barcains they can now offer. Mrs. Margaret Waters a very estam. able lady, wife of Mr. Win....

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 October 1886

Medical lastinet i? Animals. Animals get rid of their parasi tes by using dust, mud, clay, etc.? Those suffering from fever restrict their diet, keep quiet, seek dark, airy places, drink water and some? times plunge into it. When a dog lias lnst its appetite it eats that species of grass known as dog's grass, which acts as an emetic and a purgative. Cats al-o cat grass. Sheep and cows, when ill, seek out ?cihiiii herbs. An animal suffer? ing from chronic rheumatism ?1 ways keep as far us possible in the Miii. The warrior ants have regu? larly organized ambulances; Latieilie rut the antenna: of the inn and othernntscame ;u.dcovered the wounded parts with a transpa lent fluid secreted in their mouths. ]f a i-himpnnzcc is wounded it st ops its bleeding by placing its hand on the wound or dressing-it with grass and leaves. When an animal has :i wounded leg or aim hanging on it completes the amputation by moans of its teeth. A dog, on be? ing strng on the muzzle by a viper, was observed ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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