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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 June 1883

VOLUME I!. §eninsuh <§nterpri£e f PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Va. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Editor and OwnorT Subscription Price SI.OO Per Annum, Invariably in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES : 1 Inch, one insertion, - - - SI.OO 1 " three " ... 1.75 1 " one year, - 7.60 £3?" Rates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on application. C3T" A cross mark on your paper indi- . cates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are respect fullysolioitcd to renew or remit. 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. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 4as. H. Klctchor, Jr., ) f Geo K. I'arramore, Tempo ancevlllo, Va. J \ Accomack C. H.,Va. Fletcher & Parkamore, AZTORN EYS AT LA W, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. 1* settee In all the courts on the Eastern .Shore of Va. Prompt attention to collodion ,01' cla.jas. W; P. M. KELLAM, A TTO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 June 1883

IJmiasak (tntirprisc. —; CircHlatioH, - - - 129(5 '■'n i"■ - r 1 ■!.■.■« i .. . Accomac C. H., Va.: TM JRSDAT-JUNE 14, 1883 A Word W itii ljto Farmers. Tim tiki* Cor shipment of the Irish potats erop being now near at hand, a word to growers, we think, will not be considered oilt-of sea jsoii. So much of it. intact has heretofore, tokens shipped in an unripe condition', aid l>een so badly prepared for market, that we should, we believe, be derelict in our duty, if we did not counsel them to give these matters their attention. We jar© disposed to" proffer our advice, not merely because of the,, loss the ■evils designated above entail upon us, but because, also, of the disre- ; pute into which they bring us yearly. The fact not being controvert.ed, we believe, that these evils exist, then the reasons therefor become a matter of pertinent inquiry. Iu seeking the cause ot their existence, however, yte are not of those who Jtelieve that they have their origin in the want of ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 June 1883

|]craiisul;t(tiite|)i;is£. Circulation, - - - 1296 Entered at the Postoffice at Accomac C. 11., Ya., as second-class matter. Accomac C. N., Va.: -i . ' NOTICE. THE ENTERPRISE now has a circulation bo larpe that we are compelled to go to press on Wednesday morning in order to mail It on Thursday. Advertisers and Correspondents MUST, therefore, send in their favors by 2 P. M. of the day before (Tuesday.) 555 "5 5 5555 A cross-mark »n yonr paper, before your name, made with pen and ink, iSST indicates that your subscription h;is iRT expired, or is due, and yon are re€sT spectfully solicited to remit or reB3T new. LOCAL NEWS. Triplets made happy the household of Jtr. He.nry Killman, near Mappsville, last Monday. A festival will be held at Powelton next. Saturday for the purpose of raising funds to complete the new Methodist Church at that place.. Mr. JOIIII W. Coard, paralyzed some weeks ago, has recovered from, his illness then considered hopeless, and was ill our town yesterdav. Mr. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 14 June 1883

UNUTTEREb. TVaiting for words— HS on the broad exnanso, Of Heaveh the formless vapors of night Expectant wait the prophecy of light, Interpreting their dumb significance Or like a star that in the morning glance Shrinks, as a folding blossom trom the sight. Nor wakens till, upon the Western height. The shadows to their evening towers ad vance— So, in my soul, a dream ineffable. Expectant of the sunshine or the shade, Doth oft upon the brink of twilight tfhill, Cr at the dawn's pale opening portal stayed, . t n tears, that all the quivering eyelids fill, And on tho lips of silence fade. Agricultural. Strawberry, l'anns inthe vicinity of Little Kotk. Ark., pay »ri average profit of Sts4 per acre. In Hudson, Columbia county, N. Y,. is the largest apple orchard in the world —30,000 trees 011 .'IOO acres. A pear orchard, in Thomas coiuity, Georgia, was sold five years ago for ;SGSO. It was next sold for SI,BOO, the $650 having been recovered from cuttings in the meantime. A month afterwa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 21 June 1883

VOLUME 11. §eninsnh J§nterprise, rUBUSHED KVEKY THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Va. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Editor and Owner, Subscription Price SI.OO Per Annum, Invar riably in Advance. I: ADVERTISING RATES : 1 Inch, one insertion, ... SI.OO 1 •" ihree " - - -1.75 I •' one year, - - 7.80 S3?" Rates f-r larger advertisements lor a longer lime made known on application. ; A cross mark on your paper indicates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you arc respectfully solicited tu renew or remit. "Commission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more tnf&kers and farmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any •other way. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Jas. H. Fletcher, Jr., ) » Geo. F. Parramore, Teiupe. aiicoylllo, Va. j \ Accomack C\ H.,Va. Fletcher & Pa lIK A MORE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, A'-COMAO ('. IT., VA. nil tlie courts on the Eastern Shore oi Va, Prompt attention to collection oi' cla ins. W. P. M. KELLAM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 21 June 1883

I)niinsnfa Circulation, - - - 1296 • - " 1 ■■ ■ 1 W ■ '■ Accojnac.C. K,. Va.s THURSDAY—' JUNE 21, 1883 I)em«HTtt.U.e AleeXJuj,' iiext Sunday.. The aimoyiieejiient has already l>eun made tlwough «ur columns, that, a noting of' the ])cn«»eratfcc party woulal be held at tJae Court Hi.use Monday. flatters of so much moment ai:e to l>e <jonsid ered, however,, «A that meeting, that we ilnmh it our daty Ut again remind the Democratic voters of the county, of the call made by the County Superintendent, ami to urge the attendance of those opposed to radicalism and bossism. The debt issue, which divided us to sgme ex - tint heretofore being a dead one, the meeting should b;. well attended, harmonious, and attended with the best results: but to secure the good results desired, it is necessary that a sound discretion control the proceedings of that meeting, both in the selection of delegates to the Lynchburg Convention, and in the of a plan to nominate can •idid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 21 June 1883

|lrainsu!a €)itrr|cisc. Circulation, - - - 1296 Entered at the Postofilee sit Aceoniac C. 11.. Vii., as secK»iwl-c];uss matter. Accomac C. H v Va.: THURSDAY ■ JUNE 21. 1883 A oriv/:. THE ENTERPRISE new lias n circulation BO large that we are compelled to go to press on Wednesday morning in order to mail it on Thursday. Advertisers ana Correspondents MUST, therefore, send in their favors by 2 P. M. of the day before (Tuesday.) ?? | 1 $1 f f CSS" A cross-mark on your paper, Irefoiv your name, made witti pen and ink. indicates that yoiir subscription has expired, or is due, and you are re-t'-y." sped fully solicited to remit or renew. LOCAL NEWS. A house is being built by Mr. A. F. Mears on Muddy Creek, for tin' storage of freight and empties. Miss Alice F. Custis.after an absence of several months in the mountains of A'irginia. returned home last Saturday. Samuel Xoek, an industrious farmer, and a very clever young man, died near Drummondtown. last Saturday, of dropsy of the heart. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 21 June 1883

THE DUDE. "Who strolls the Ave each afternoon ; Who whistlos airs all out of tune, And dons short coats cut too *' soon?'' The Dude. Observe his form. You can, for he Wears pants as tight as tight can be—(And pants for notoriety^, The Dude. Who's stiff as statue cut in wood ; Can't bond, and wouldn't if ho could ; Assort of nothing 'twixt the bad and good ? The Dude. "Who wears his hair all nice and banged ; And says, " By Jovo, that Mrs. LangtKy's ehawimng quite, or 1 11 be hanged ?;' j ■ The Dude. Who drives a tandem through the park ; Says, " Life's, aw, such a jolly lark,' 1 (Perhaps the Dude's the long sought 1 Shark')? The Dude. Who goes to all receptions, teas ; Who smirks a smile at friends ho sees ; And, for his health, sips sanagrees ? Tlio Dude--0 Who dresses in the latest style ; Declares. " The weathah's tliimply vile, And lisps somo daintv swear the while ?" The Dude. Who's neither fool, nor knave, nor sage; This funny speck on nature's pageConundrum of the modern age?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 28 June 1883

Sntrrptisr. VOLUME 11. ffettinstth J§nterprise, PUBLISHED IVKRT THURSDAY AT Accomac C. H., Va. JOHN W, EDMONDS, Editor and Owner. Subscription Price SI.OO Per Annum, Invariably in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES : 1 Inch, oue insertion, ... SI.OO 1 " three " ... 1.75 1 '• oua year, - 7.60 £gTßates for larger advertisements for a longer lime made known on application. WA cross mark on your paper indicates that your subscription lias expired, or is duo, and you are respectfully solicited to renew or remit. men Or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckors and farmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Jus. H. Fletcher, Jr., ) f GSoTF'. Parramore, Tompe.anuuvllle, Vu. J \ Accomack C. H.,Va. Fletcher & Parkamore, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ACCOMAC C. H., YA. P notice iu all the courts 011 the Eastern Shore oi' Va. Prompt attention to collection of clams. r \V. P. M. KELLAM, A TTORNEY AT LA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 28 June 1883

Ikninsufa (6ntfTj)tisc. Circulation, 1296 + i . . __ Accomac C. H.; Va.: THURSDAY- JUNE 28, 1883 Local news and new advertisements take the place this week usually given to editorial matter and news from abroad. AYe will he prepared, however, after this issue to controjl these things, hv changes ■we will make in the publication of our paper, so as to be able to giro every department its full space. The Meeting' Last Monduy. According to previous announcement a Democratic Conservative meeting was held at Accomac C. H. on Monday, June 25th, 1883, (court day.) Hon. Benj. T. Giinter, County Chairman, called the meeting to order and stated that the object thereof was to elect delegates and alternates to the State Convention to be held in Lynchburg, Va., 011 the 2oth of July next; to determine upon a plan of nominating Democratic Conservative candidates for the next House of Delegates of Vir ginia; and to effect a more perfectorganization of the party. 011 motion, John D. Graut was •elect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 28 June 1883

fkmnsula (frttcrgrk. Circulation, - - * 1296 Entered at the Pbstoffice at Accomac 0. H., Va.> its second-class matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY---•••••JUNE 28, 1883 X O TI C E. THE ENTERPRISE now has a circulation ao large that we are compelled to go to press on Wednesday morning iu order to mail it on Thursday. Advertisers and Correspondents MUST, therefore, send in their favors by 2 P. M. of the day before (Tuesday.) CTCf ;'f f-fir? ear A cross-mark on your paper, before your name, made with pen and ink, indicates that your subscription has K3T expired, or is due, and you are re-K-i?* spectfully solicited to remit or lefts?' new. LOCAL NEWS. A quarterly meeting will be held at the Oak Grove M. E. Church South next Saturday and Sunday. The Presbyterian church at this place is closed temporarily for repairs, and no services will be held next Sunday. Alewives. in large quantities are being caught for the factory of Powell. Morse & Co., Hoffman's Wharf. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 28 June 1883

THE LOST SELF. Supposing thorehad been two brothors, twin At birth, who grew like young plants in the sun To youth, but one died, and the other one Living foil lowor every day in sin, Betraying his own heart, yet kept theroin, When all things else were lost and he undone, Love of tho dead strong and unstain'd alone; "Which thing avail'd of pitying gods to win This booth jEneas-like to pass the gate, Living, of Death, and in the ilelas of Hell And groves to nother Juno consecrate, To meet tho luckless shado of the boy; but he Turn'd his pale face away in loathing,— well, » Even so it is with my old solf and me, How She Married Him, Harriet Buckthorne had survived, by a considerable period, whatever of feminine charms and graces she might have once possessed, when a handsome fortune dropped down upon her as if from the clguds. Had the riches come a score of years sooner there is no telling what might have been. Harriet's attractions had never been, so to speak, dazzling. But twenty ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 July 1883

VOLUME 111. Jilftl? RI'BI.IMUT) F.VERY THURSDAY AT ACCOMAC C. U., VA. Jno.W. Edmonds, •wnor and Ctiitor. Subscription Rates--1 Copy v ope year..... $1 (Kl •1 .'•* six months (><] 6 " one year 5 <>C and a coj>y for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year ......§lO 00 and a free copy to the sender. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion SI 00 1 " three v 175 1 " one year.. 750 JgTKates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on, application. V' * • 6TA cross mark on -your paper indicates that your subscription has expired 1 , or is due, and you are respectfully solicted to renew or remit. men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or "Boston, cad reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. tfas, 11. Fletcher, Jr., j Sen. F. Parramore, TemperancevllkyYfi. | Accomack C. H., Vai FLETCHER, & TAREAMOKE, ATT- OR ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 July 1883

!s)ciunsut;t Enterprise. | Circulation, 1308 Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY-- ••• •JULY 5, 1883 Xcvr Pcstr.l Laws. The. fees for postoftice money orders were reduced on the Ist day of .Tidy, and the charge:; now are as fallows:' 'I ho fee lor orders now not exceeding Jr 4 10 is eight cents, not exceeding -St.), ten cents: over sls and not exceeding £3O, fifteen cents. Orders can be sent for any amount from one cent up to 8100. The fee heretofore for a 850 order has been twenty-live coats. The fee now for an order for SIOO will be forty five cents. By these notes any amount, from one cent to 81.91* can be transmitted for a thrcexer.t fee. The reduction on letter postage, contrary to the impression of many, does not go into effect until the Ist day of October. Tired of tlie Trade Dollar. A war on the trade dollar has broken out in the city of New York, which has brought it. below par, and promises to drive it out of circulation in that city. The elevated railroad long ago refused to rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 July 1883

(£nici'j)fist; Circulation, - - - 1308 Jfintered at the Post office at Aceomac C. IL. Va., as second-class matter. Accomac HI., Va.: THURSDA"Y- 5, 1883 WQTJCK. THE ENTERPRISE now lias a circulation Bo larsje that we are compelled to go to prers on Wednesday iinniin; in or dor to mall it on Thursday. Advertisers and Correspondents MUST, therefore, send, in their favors by 2 P. M. of tUs day before (Tuesday.) i OR®, I s i ? ? s : ? (EST A cross-mark on your paper, before your name, made with pen and ink, SsT indicates that your subscription has l&T expired, or is due. and you are respectfully solicited to remit or renew. A i LOCAL NEWS. Miss Fannie Rnyley of Stanivton, will visit t'vieiuU at Accomac 0. 11. next week. Mrs.T aylor Garnet t of Middlesex, is the guest, of the Misses Gunter at this time. Mr. Henry P..Parker, the oldest Inhabitant of Onaucock, died hist Monday, aged 84 years. The New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad Company are pushing their line through ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 July 1883

Mciisihlo Siijrsrcstioiis \|>ont Kerosene liiul Fiiriw f!nirx. Kerosene, showered upon plants, is very penetrating, and destroys insects in all stages of 'development, even to the. eggs. Two parts of kerosene to one,ol' sour milk is a proper porportion. If fresh milk is not at hand, condensed milk, diluted to the same strength, may be employed. This mixture is successfully used for the. scale insect in the . orange groves of Florida, and can be, it, is thoughf, employed to destroy chinch-bugs. A mixture of water and 3 per cent, of kerosene is deadly to the bugs, and docs nO harm to the growing- corn. Ivy spraying a l'cw outside rows nearest a ripening field of wheat t! te whole area of corn can be protected from the second brood of the destructive chinch-bug. The apparatus for the cheapest and best application of emulsion is yet lobe devised. Doubtless a sprinkler drawn by two horses could be made that, by passing between the rows of corn, Would spray them quietly and eff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 July 1883

VOLUME 111. rUBLISIIKl) KVKRY THURSDAY AT ACCOM AC C. H„ VA. J N o. W. Ed mo n© sOwntr and Editor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, One year. §1 00 i " six months . -«6 6 44 one yeaY.'..V.......v.". 1 ) CO and a copy for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, tine year ~...310 00 1 and a free copy to the seijder. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion......... $1 00 1 •• three. " 175 1 " oneyear.iii 7 501 Rates for larger advertisements! for a longer time made known on application; (£jTA cross mark on your paper indicates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solicted to renew or remit. men or business men 'of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, cab reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of THK ENTERPRISE than in any other way. Jas, H. Fletcher. Jr.. I Otio. F. Parramoro, TomperuncevUle, Va. | Accomack C. H.v Va. FLETCHER & PARRAMORE, A T T O K N E Y S-AT-LAW, ACCOMACK C. 11., YA., Practice in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 July 1883

.i.-i vAd I |St* CircnlatioiL, - - - 1308 ' r— —: "f\ Accomac C. N., Va.: Tfi'U RSDAY--v •-iU LY 12, 1883 - • ■ The Chinooteagno Mcotlug(J) We publish, in this issue of our proceedings of a recent political meeting held on (Jhiucoteagne. At that meeting it will be seen resolutions were passed denunciatory of a clique or ring, which it is alleged sought to control the meeting held at Drommondtown last court day. Those resolutions fail, to specify, however, who constituted the ring, and the plan of organization adopted by those composing it to defeat the people's wishes. Whence, therefore, emanates that indignation given Vent to in tbo.se denunciator*' resolutions? Have the .good, people of OhltiGO teague tyciiii so willing to condemn the acts ol' a meeting of their j?eo]>lo, that they need no proof tiiat we deserve.it? ,1s Die i»sc dixit of liinr, who in signated £i oui\oandiuatc : ' eo potent, that they are willing, for sonicfancied wrong .done to him,to pour out the vial...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 July 1883

IkiunsuiiT (L"iitct|fisf. Circulation, - - - 1308 Entered at,the Postoflice ; at Accomac C. H.. Va., as second-class matter. Accomac C. H., Va.: THURSDAY -JULY 12, 1883 1 NOTICEr THE ENTERPRISE uow has a circulation so large that we are compelled to go to press on Wednesday morning In order to mall it on Thursday. Advertisers and Correspondents MOST, therefore, send In their favors by 2 F. St, of the before (Tuesday.) «flPO! f~f O.S A cross-mark on your paper, before your name, made with pen and ink, indicates that your suliscription has expired, or is due, and you are res3T spectfully solicited to remit or reKsT new. LOCAL NEWS. A festival will be held in the Methodist Church at Powelton, Saturday afternoon, July 21st, \iext, for the benefit of that church. The card of W . F. M-urr, ice cream manufacturer, etc., appears in our issue of to-day. The firm is a long established one and is doubtless Jirst-class. Mrs. Ellon Lane of Washington, who was brought home sick last week, by her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 July 1883

Whmv Potatoes C-nmo From. Nobody knows precisely \\ heiv the potato came from originally. Jt Ji!w been found, apparently in digoftouxy in many parts of the world. Mr. Darwin, for, instance, found it wild in Chonos Archipelago. Sir VV. J". Hooker says that it is Common at Valparaiso, where it grows abundantly iirthe sandy hills near the sea. In Pent and other parts of, South' America it appe vrs to be at home; and it is a noteworthy fact that Mr. Darwin should have noted it both in the lunnid forests of the Chonos Archipelago and among the Central Chilian mountains, where sometimes rain does not fall for six months at a stretch. It was to the colonists whom Sir Walter Raleigh sent out in Elizabeth's reign that ve are in debted for our potatoes. llerriot who went out with those colonists, and who wrote an account of his-travels, makes what may, perhaps, be regarded as the earliest mention of this vegetable. Under the heading of "lloots" he "men i >ns what he calls the "open...

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