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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 2 November 1882

VOL; 2. PENINSULA Official Paper of Accoiac County, *TAnd liun, More .fiiUMcrtbcn on the I'jMtetri At>«re*f than all the Paper* In tbi State combined. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va. ± JOHN W. EDMONDS, Kclitott and. Owner. , KaiMtdjiUon Price 81.00 For Aninn, Invariably If Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Inch, one insertion, ----- .75 1 " three " - - - - sl.2# 1 " one year, 5.00 for larger advertisements fqr a longer time made known en application. fsF Announcements of Candidates for office §3.00, in advance. ijEg'Conimissiou men or business men of any class in Baltimore,, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers s and farmers through -the colum us TIDE ESTEIMTTTFEFTHAN in any other way. Address JOHN W, EDMONDS, Accomac C. JL, Va. ' - • • > : ■ ; _I COUSTY CARDS pARKEft & CUSTIS; ONANCOCK; YA. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, MOTIONS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 2 November 1882

jgmitsirfit (Enterprise. Official Paper of Accomac Coitj KTAnd has More Subscribers 011 tike Kaetern Shore Of Virginia than all the Papers in th« State combined. PUWJSUED Ev 1511 V THURSDAY. Single.copks, . - five cents SI.OO jf year or fifty cents for six months, . invariably in advance. Accomac d. ri., Va.: V 1882. 'dSiigress,* First District, Hon. Geo. T. Garrison, . # OF ACCOMAC. THE political feast to which our people were invited 011 last Monday)'at the court house, was held according to announcement, and we have never seen a .'larger number of'theii together on any similar occasion. Every class pf our citizens made np that audience, and for respectability und intelligence they would compare favorably with the citizens of'any county in out Commonwealth. We can say of them, tocj tliat there are: no people more jealous of any in fringement upon their rights as freemen. "We can truly say of the most of thein, that they are the collar wearers of no man. . This we were prepared to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 2 November 1882

fittiinsittit €nterpis£. Official Paper of Accoaac Coaniy, And littN More Subscriber*) on the Shore of VlrciniH than nil the Vapt'rs in the State combined. Entered at the.PostolTice at Accomac C. 11., Va., as second-class matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, .NOV. 2, 1882. LOCAL NEWS. Don't fail to vote next Tuesday jagainst the amendments to the Constitution. Rey. Jno. W. Hundley baptized near Zion Church on yesterday, 22 converts at the revival recently conducted by him. • Sixteen of the converts at the meeting now in progress at the Methodist Church in Drummondtown, were admitted into the church on last Tuesday night. Capt. Wm. Summers of Muddy Creek, this county, raised a sweet potato this year on his premises, which weighed 13£. lbs., was 14 inches long, and 25 inches in circumference. Peter Carter addressed the colored people at the Court House on last Monday. The gist of his remarks may be briefly summed up as an appeal to the colored men to stand by the MahoneCoalition tick...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 2 November 1882

IKAHOKE'FT OPISIOX OF HIS I.IEU- TESANTS. PETERSBURG, 20 September, 1880. JDeai- Fnlkei*son.—f have this moment received your letter of the 18th inst. Your estimate of Mr. Bailey, ami your appreciation of his conduct, I venture to say, is precisely that held by every man who heard or Baw him in our He tells an uq&ufch when he says he was the author of the counter proposition on our behalf. The fact is he did not even advocate it, fcm Although he took the floor on tbat proposition, if ho said anything it was more agaftiSt'S'than in its'faVor, and I ventre't6 say no member of the corifefenee understood him as sustaining our counter proposition heartily or even cheerfully. Ete is an arrogant ass. After all had agreed npon the counter proposition, if he could be understood a§ agreeing to anything. General Groner, Wednesday night, and Mr. Carriugton, Thursday morning, appealed to him in the most respectful and generous terms to allow the record to be changed so that our refus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 9 November 1882

VOL. 2. |)firaisni (sntfrevise. Official Paper of Accomac County, STAiul lias More Subsciiliers on the Eastern Shore of Virginia than all the Vapt'is in tlie Stote combined. PUBLISHED KVEHY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va. JOHN W. EDirOXDS, Kditor and. Owner. Subscription Price (11.00 Per Annum, j Invariably in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 " three " - - - - $1.25 1 " one year, 5.00 61TRates for larger advertisements for a longer time mtuie known on application. of Candidates for office 53.00, in advance. men or business men of any class.in Baltimore, Xew York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and fanners through the columns of TIIE ENTKIU'IUSK than in any other |way. Address JOHN W. EDMONDS, Accomac C. 11., Ya. ? COUNTY CARDS. JPAHKER & CUSTIS, OXAXCOCK, YA. DEALERS IN DRY 60 CD S, NOTIOHS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, QUEENSWARE, GLASST WARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOBA 0 0 0SPECIALTIES: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 9 November 1882

OEntcrpsc. Official Paw of Accomac County By"An4 hag More Rnbwriben on the Eastern Shore or Virginia than all the Vaper* in the State combined. PUBLISHED EVERY T'HUKSDAT. Single copks, - - five cents SI.OO ii year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 18S2. THE news to-day gives us the full certainty that New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, California, Delaware, Georgia, North Carolina, Connecticut, Louisiana, Texas, and Indiana have all gone Democratic; while other States have given large Democratic gains—Virginia alone bows her head and goes under the lieel of Bossism. Better, far better! that a tidal-wave had swept hei far beyond the mountains, and obliterated her from the list, of States. Poor Virginia! Jefferson and Madisou's Virginia! bought, sold, and betrayed to aid Republicanism in 1884! Democratic Virginia, Republican ! Sister States, we congratulate you! Mourn for us! For the first time in her history, dear old Virg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 9 November 1882

|tfflinsitk (Enterprise. Official PaDer of AccQicaG County, Du>"Aii«l lias More Siiliscrihcrs on the Eastern Shore ©l' Virginia tliiui ull the Papers in the State combined. Entered at the Postottice at Accomac 'H., Va., as second-class matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1882. LOCAL NEWS. The supervisors will meet at the Court House' on the loth hist., to audit and allow accounts against the county. Rev. F. M. Burch, pastor of the Episcopal Church in our town and vicinity, will be married to a lady in Lynchburg, Ya., to-day. A telegram to Dr. E. W. Goerke, received to-day. was to the effect that Garrison is certainly elected in the First district. Misses Norah and Lucy, sisters of Rev. John G. Anderson, left this morning for a two months' visit among friends and relatives. Reports have been received from Loenstmount and Hall's Store of crookedness in divers ways in the methods of voting at those precincts. Rev. L. M. Lee, pastor of the colored M. E. Church at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 9 November 1882

WISHING AND HOISG. It was a calm, still August night; not a ripple disturbed the placid surface of the loch of Liutrathen, and the blue "braes of Angus" all around seemed yet bluer and dreamier in the silvery radiance of the moon. No breeze sighed among the fir-trees, nor ruffled the waters of the lake, but all was silent, and above head the moon rode majes tieally in the dark-blue, stai'-bespan-gjed heavens. Long ago all the water lilies on the lake had folded their snowy petals and sunk to rest beneath the surface, and on land, too, every flower seemed to have closed its bright eyes in sleep, hushed by the silent presence of the night. Yet all were not asleep, there was one flower still awake and holding converse with itself for the benefit of its drowsy companions in general, and particularly for the small clump of moss that'it had succeeded in arousing—this was a gorgeous dandelion, and thus it spoke—disturbing with its loud tones the stillness of that summer night. "I should li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 16 November 1882

VOL. 2. |knuM(;i (Bntqirisc. Official Paiier of Accnac County 6S?~ And has More Subscribers 011 the Eastern Shore or Virginia than all the Papers In the State combined. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va. JOHN IF. EDMONDS, Kditov and Owner. Subscription Price 91.00 Per Annual, Invariably in Advance. ADVERTISING-? KATES: 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 three - -- - - $1.25 1 11 one yepr, - - - - 5.00 Rates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known en 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 trackers and farmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. Address JOHN W, EDMONDS, Accomac C. H., Ya. COUNTY CARDS. JDARKER & CUSTIS^ ONANCOCK, YA. DEALERS IN DRY GO CDS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, QUEENSAYARE. GLxVSSWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOBACCO. SPECIALTIES: Notions &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 16 November 1882

J)minsul;t €ntorpsc. Official Pacer of Accomac County nyAnd boo More Subscriber* oil the Eastern Shore or Virginia than all the Vapor* in the State ewmhiiied. PUBLISHED EVKRY TIITTHSDAY. Single copies, - - five cents ayear or fifty cent? for six months, invariably in advance. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1882. THE RESULT. TnE election returns from our State, when first announced, indicated that Virginia alone, of all , the States approved the continuance • of Boss rule in her borders. That reflection, to some extent, lor several days marred the joy experienced by us over the grand victories qf Democracy in New York, Pennsylvania and the other States. Later returns, however, show that v uossism is just as repulsive to the people of Virginia as to any of her sister States, and now, no one who has made a review, however cursory, of the political situation in . Virginia at present, can construe »the last election other than a$ a . grand victory for Democracy. The result, as sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 16 November 1882

Jjcttmsula Official Paper of Accomac County, WAnd hM More Subscribers on the Eastern Shore of Vlrstnia than all tlie Papers in the State combined. Entered at the Postoflice at Accomac C. H., Va., as second-class matter. Acoomac C. M., Va.: THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1882. x? LOCAL NEWS. AN ADDITIONAL five per cent, will be added to taxes unpaid on the first day of December. IN THE vicinity of Temperanceville, recently, a negro baby was born With only three fingers on either hand. COL. JAMES NORTHAM, A very worthy and prominent citizen of Modestown, died yesterday at that place, aged 89 years. SERVICES will be held in McKennie Church, this town, to-night and tomorrow (Friday) night, commencing at 7 o'clock p. M. THE Communion of the Lord's Supper will be celebrated in the Presbyterian Church, in our town, next Sunday morning. Services at 11 o'clock. MR. LYS SOIIOOLFIELD, of Worcester county, Md.. has made, a contract with the stockholders of the Peninsula Railroad, to clear and grub a sectio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 16 November 1882

SPOOPENDYKE STOPS SMOKING. "My dear," said Mr. Spookeudyke, rumpling his hair around over his head and gazing at himself in the glass; "my dear, do you know I think I smoke too much? It doesn't agree with me at all." "Just what I have always said!" chimed Mrs. Spoopendyke, "and besides, it makes the room smell so. You know this room—" "I'm noi talking about the room," retorted Mr. Spoopendyke, with a snort. "I'm not aware that it affects the health of the room. I'm talking about my health this trip, and I thiuk I'll break off short. You don't catch me smoking any more," and Mr. Spoopendyke yawned and stretched himself, and sat down in his easy chair and glared out the window at the rain. "How are yougoingto break off?" inquired Mrs. Spoopendyke, drawing up her sewing chair, and gazing up into her husband's face admiringly. "I suppose the best way is not to think of it at all." "The best way is for you to sit there and cackle about it!" growled Mr. Spoopendyke. "If anything will dist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 23 November 1882

VOL. 2. llrainsulii Chiicvprist Official Paper of Accomac Conaty, H7*And liaM More Subscribers on the KaHtern Shore or Virginia than all the Papers In the State combined. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Kditor and Owner. Subscription Price SI.OO Per Ananin, Invariably in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 " three " .... $1.25 ] 1 " one year, 5.00 C@TRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known en 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 farmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. Address JOHN W, EDMONDS, Accomac C. 11., Va. COUNTY CARDS JpARKEIt & CUSTIS, ONAXCOCIv, YA. DEALERS IN DRY GOCDS. NOTIONS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOB A. CCO. SPECIALTIES Notions &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 23 November 1882

Ilnuiisuta Enterprise, 9Meiai PaTjer of Accomac Coniiij^ linn Mnrv SnlMcrthcrn uik tin' XtnMtcru Shore or Vlrjriuln tlixu nil tb<> In M« Ntolc Ninblntd. V--- - - - • PrM.ieiiKD EVERY TIIUKSIMY. Bin#l« wopivtß, - - live cents Sl.M'h jt.ar or fifty cen.tai'Qi- six muntlus, Invariably i* advance. nml-JJJ I' ■ ...I. Accomac G. H. s Va.; THtJBSDAY, NOV. 2», ISS2. PROTECT THE OYSTERS. TITE result of the investigation of the Maryland Oyster Commission will lie found in another colntn'n. I'ts examinations were confined, of course, to Maryland waters, butrflie oyster beds in Virginia are plundered to such an extent by the citizens of Maryland and other States, that we presume tlipt a report in reference to the oyster beds in Maryland may be accepted as true of those in Virginia. Indeed, information received from those engaged in the oyster "business in our county, is to the same effect, to-wit: the exhaustion of the oyster beds. The scarcity of oysters in Virginia at pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 23 November 1882

|Kminsulii (fcutci^rk. .» 1 ' - l-«- 1 Official Paper of Accoiac Comity, has More Snlisfrlhci's on tl»c EatUerii Nliur« of Yii'S'inia tlinn all the I'apcrs In the State combined. Entered at the Postofiice at Accomac C. HI, Ya., as secoud-c'.ass matter. Accomac C= H., Va.: TI.IUItSDAY, NOV. 23, 1882 XOIICE THE ENTERPRISE now has a civculatlon. so large that we are compelled to so to press cn Wednesday morning in order to snail it on Ihursday. Advertisers ana Correspondents MUbT, therefore, send ii?. their favors by 2 P. M. of the day before (Tuesday.) LOCAL NEWS. Jon PRINTING neatly, cheaply, and promptly executed at this office. DR. W. J. SAVAGE, of Philadelphia, is visiting friends and relatives iii the vicinity of Locustville. MR. JOHN WAPLEN and bride, nee Miss Woodward, of Middlesex, arrived at Onancock, per steamer Tangier on last Saturday. A MEETING of the stockholders of the X. Y. Philadelphia & Norfolk K. li. Co. will be held at Accomac C. 11. 011 the 11th of Dec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 23 November 1882

*AKUIE THIA OS OVER. "Maria, said Mr. Jones, upon,one of his worrying dftys, "it Seems to ine you might be more economical; now there are my old clothes, why can't you make them over for the children instead of giving them awayf"» "Because they are worn out. when you are done with them," answered (Mrs. Jones. "It's no use making 'over things for the children that Won't hold together; yon couldn't do it yourself, smart as yon are." "Well." grumbled Jones, "I wouldn't have a closet full of things mildewing for want of wear, if I was a woman, that's all. A peuuy saved is a penny earned." That was in April. One warm day in May Mr. Jones went prancing through the closets, looking for something he couldn't find, and turning things generally inside out. "Maria!" he screamed, "where is my gray alapaca duster?". "Made it over for Johnny." "Ahem! Well, where is the brown linen one I bought last summer?" "Clothes bag!" mumbled Mrs. Jones who seemed to have a difficulty in her speech at that mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 November 1882

VOL. 2. Jkraitsirk O^utfrprisc. Official Paper of Accomac County, K7"Anri ban More NiitiNfribun OH the Eaßt«ru Shore of Virginia than all'the F«ptn in tbc t)t«te combined. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Accomac County, Va. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Editor and. Owner. Subscription Price SI.OO Per Annum, Invariably In Advance. ADVERTISING RATES : 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - - .75 1 44 three 14 .... $1.25 1 44 one year, ..... 5.00 lj^"Rates for larger advertisements for A' longer time made known ©n application. of Candidates for office .s3;oo,'in advance. men or business men •of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more trnckers and farmers through the columns of TIIE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. Address : 'JOHN W, EDMONDS, Accomac C. 11., Va. COUNTY CARDS. ' pAKKEII & CUSTIS, ONANGOCK, YA. DEALERS IN •DRY GOCD S, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOBACCO. SPECIALTIES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 November 1882

(Enterprise. BlcialPaiier of Acciiac Conntf, US'"And lias More Subscribers on tlic Imilern Sliorc of Virginia than all the Papers In Hie State eomblnttt. % ■ . ... I'tJßusTnjD EVERY Titcksdat. Single * - - five cents SI,OO a ywr or fifty oontu for six months, invariably in swlvance. Accomac C. H. B Va.: THURSDAY, M)V. 30, 1882. Tfte Court of Appeals has rendered decisions adverse to the Commonwealth in all the cases of the confiscated oyster vessels captured 111 Gov. Cameron's expedition of last spring. The parties claiming the vessels showed title, we suppose, and were not implicated in the breach of the oyster laws of the State, as far as appeared. As to the statute under which the vessels were originally seized and sold, we are inclined to believe that, while it shows the intention of the Legislature to confiscate all property employed in the unlawful fishery, this intention was so clumsily expressed that the strict construction in favor of property to which all courts lean justi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 November 1882

Ikiusuk (futet prise. Official Paper of Accomac County, fcP~An«f has More SubHcribera on tbe Eastern Shore ol° Virginia titan ull the Papers In the State combined. Entered at the Postoflice at Accomac C. H., Va., its second-class matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1882. NOTICE. THE ENTERPRISE now has a circulation ao large that we are compelled to go to press on Wednesday mornim: in order to mall it on 1 hursday. Advertisers and Correspondents MUST, therefore, send in their favors by 2P. M. of the day before (Tuesday.) LOCAL NEWS. A TENEMENT house on the land of Mr. Parker Ilargis, near this place, was accidentally burned on last Thursday night. A VERY interesting meeting is being held at the Atlantic Church by Revs. Miles S. Read and Jno. W. Hundley. - THE ravages of the small-pox among the colored people at Wagram has been cheeked to some extent . The inoculated .are now confined to one house, and they are convalescent. So far, seven deaths have been reported. TIIE vac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 November 1882

ANALYSIS or AMERICAN HUMOR. American humor is something of its owii kind, lis purely and peculiarly a part of the United States as pumpkin pie. We have among us the vivacity of the French; the fun Of the Irish, the graver mirth of the English, and the epigrammatic expressiveness of the Scotch; this curious mixture has made our wit what it is,"and evqry American humorist shows the traces of it. If we analyze the elements of the dis tinctive kind and sort of writing which passes undfcr the general head, we shall be surprised to see the resemblance among themselves, and their difference from all other foreign species. We are born followers of Baron Munchausen, and exaggeration is at the bottom of the most of our humor. When John Phoenix said that he called out to the crowd on shore "Good bye, Colonel, "~ v and every able bodied man in it raised his hat and cried "Good bye, Colonel," in response, he touched the great nerve of American humor; and when he stated that he held the belligere...

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