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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 4 October 1883

VOLUME 111. fVBUSHro JPVERY TTIxmSDAY AT MCCOBAC C. It., fA. JNO.W. EDMONDS, >«l>W Editor. Bmtwcrlption R*°«s---1 Cooy, fine year ...81 00 1 six months 00 5 44 one year...i 600 •aft a copy for six months free to the one,aeuding club. K) copies, one year...„ $l.O 00 aiul a free copy to the sender. Advertising Ratee. I Ineh, ®ne iasertioii ........81 00 1 three " ... 1 75 * • •• one year.M 760 Wriates for larger advertisements foe a longer lime made, known on implication ear A eross mark on your papefr indicates that your subscription haj expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solicted to renew or remit. ©TCoinmission men or business men of aay duKs la Baltijnore, New York, Philadelphia ov Boston, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of Thk ENTKitFiusa than in auy oth«r way. *•«, H. ITetctiwr. St., j Be*. F. Farrsmora, Twnporattwrtllei, Ta. | Accomack 0. H., Va. FLETCHEII & PAEUAafORE, ATTOBKETB-AT-LAW, ACCOMACK 0. H~, VA., Fr...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 4 October 1883

|)minsufo (Enterprise. Circulation, - - - 1350 Entered at the Poetofllco at Aceomiu? C. It., Va., aa gqeoiul-cltiss mutter. Accomac C. H.. Va.: THURSDAY OCT. 4, 1883 TEACKI/E T. NVESCOTT, HOUSE OP DELEGATES, For the County nf Aocomac. Du. JOHN T. WILKI3IS, nOUSE OF DELEGATES, For the Counties of Accomac and Northampton. Make no mistake. The pending ontest here, and in all Virginia, has nothing involved except the triumph of democratic principles against Mahonc-Arthurism. The side issues of local option—and all of that ilk—are but the inventions of that arch fiend of political chicanery, Wily William Mahone, to divert the people from the true issue. The true issue is, simply, solely, and only this: Will you vote to place Virginia back into the ranks of honesty and democracy, or by your votes, or worse still, j our snpiiieness, let her remain in the clutches of Mnhoneism, and by Mahone be given over in 1884 body and soul to the republican party? This, and this only, is the issue. When...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 4 October 1883

Circulation, - - - 1350 Accomac C. H„ Va.: JtiURSDAY^."....QCT, 4, 1883 NOTICE. Bo"lai^rJ t thT?^ J>Rl!iE aow » circulation on BX6 compeUed to go to press Thur2d?5 ,4 »r mornln* in order to mail it on MUST t?4rJf?« rtltie 5 a . an fL c ? rreß P o,iaentß MM M ; f M A cross-mark on your paper, before *vL yo" r narne ' made with pen and ink, "gL 111< bcates that your subscription has expired, or is dtir. and yon are rcspectfully solicited to remit or re*aT new. LOCAL NEWS. Our circuit court is now in session, Judge Fitehett presiding. -Register at You cannot afford to delay the matter if you intend to vote right. Partridges, it is said, will be _ plentiful with us this fall and the sportsmen anticipate some fine shooting. The new postal law went into effect last Monday, and now two cents will send your letter to any part of the United States. In answer to many inquiries which we have received concerning Dyes "V oltaic Belt, advertised in our paper we will say that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 4 October 1883

Farm «u<l Warden Not**. Lime should be powdered before it is applied to land. Harness should be oiled three or four times yearly, after first being elennsed with soap and water. It is said that if tansy be planted at the root® of plum trees they will , I,ot ke troubled with cmeulio. Most fruit-growers agree that ap pie trees should never lw planted nearer than thirty feet apart each way. A frnlt grower says it Is a good plan to trim trees high and pasture orchards with sheep. He prefers it to plowing of mulching. For blacking for leather take twelve ounces each of ivory black and "molasses; spoimaceti oil, four ounces; white wine vinegar, two quarts. This blacking Is highly recommended for giving a high polish, and for not cracking or eating the leather. A writer says in the Country Gentleman: "My experience with the use of parts green for rose bugs on grapevines was pleasant last summer. I used a teaspoonful in a pail of water, and repeated it after heavy rains. It clean...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 October 1883

VOLUME 111. Jwiwfo jfyfawi??. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT ACCOHAC C. H., VA. JNO.W. EDMONDS, © truer And EUHter. Subscription Bates. 1 0«o?, one year gi oo 1 "six months 60 5 44 «ne year. 500 aad a cepy for six mouths free to the OQ« sendiug club. 10 oopies, one year $lO 00 and a free copy to the sender. 0 Advertising Kates. 1 Inch, one insertion... „$i 00 1 " three " 175 1 one year . T 69 *gTßates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on application. A erose mark an yonr paper indicates that your subscription has expired, or ia due, and you are respectfullv solicted to renew or remit. men or business men any elass in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of THE ENTEHVEIEA than in any other way. H. Fletcher. Jr., J fhxt. F. Parr am ore. Soraperanoevllle, Va. ] Accomack C. H., Va. FLETCHER & PARRAMORE, ATTORNEYS- AT-L AW, ACCOMACK 0. IL, VA., Practice in all the courts on the Eastern Shore of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 October 1883

'!■ " I - Circulation, - - - 1350 -U ij_ Entered at tlie PostofTice at Accomac C. 11., V»„ as second-class matter. Accomac C. H.. Va.: THURSDAY- OCT. 11, 1883 TEACKLE T. WESCOTT, HOUSE OF DELEGATES, For the County of Accomac. DU. JOHN I\ WILKINS, HOUSE OF DELEGATES, For tbe Counties of Accomac and Northampton. From every section of the State news conies of the most cheering character, that the defections from Mahone are daily increasing, and that the democrats are moving in solid column forward. This last we can well believe to be absolutely true, and do not doubt the former. But it will not do to depend npon this. Knowing the desperation of the Wily Boss, we can be very sure that he will leave 110 stone unturned, whether honestly or dishonestly he cares not, so that he reach his goal, to wiu Virginia for the republicans. To flatter, to intimidate, to buy, are among his methods; in these lie is backed by the power of Arthur's «d mi 11 titration, and utterlw unscrupulous 110 hesitito...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 October 1883

|)hii)isnlt (i-ntcvprisr. Circulation, - - - 1350 Accomac Wa.: .Thursday -.oct. 11, isss ~NO TIC K. »«^F?»«'"*>r r F RPRI ' sE aow haß a circulation Sw we are compelled to go to press ln order t0 It on SnraT d t?:-^? vertlse 5 8 , and Corresponaents »** «i iOTon A cross-mark on your paper, before ip" your name, made with pen and ink, JjsT indicates that your subscription h;us «ST expired, or is Hup, and you are jv,i&r spectfully solicited to remit or renew. LOCAL news. The Onancock public school will open on Monday, October 15th, W. T. Lambriglit, principal, Miss 11. IJ. Dix, assistant. See notice "horses," elsewhere in onr paper to day. Mr. E. Johnson of Mappsville will arrive at that place next Saturday with a lot of superior roadsters and farm stock. .Mrs. Alice Killuian, wife of T. J. (Oilman, and daughter of Capt. jirown of Locustmount, died near Pungoteague last Wednesday, of typhoid fever, aged about 25 years. The graded school at this place opened -&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 11 October 1883

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The Culture of Wheat. Some twelve to fifteen years ago nn impression prevailed—indeed the results seemed to establish the fact—that wheat culture in Pennsylvania, liko irnit-cultnre, had rnu out, and farmers'clubs and agricul tnral papers went full tilt to discusslug the reason of it. Bnt subsequently both took a turn, and wo should like to know to day if any one dares to say that both wheat BQd fruit cannot be raised as successfully there as in almost any other State. Some said at first that it wonld last only a little while—now and then we may get along well enough, but who cau say how long it will last, or in wise failure should come again what we are to do about it. This was anticipating an evil which there is no reason to believe would soon occur again, and as it has not yet returned we hear no more about it. The grumblers are quiet; they take with thanks, ■we hope, all they receive, and may entertain the best expectation for the future. The greatest enemy o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 18 October 1883

VOLUME 111. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT AT: CO MAC C. H., If A. JNO.W.EDMONDS, Owner and Editer. Subscription Rates. 1 Oopy, one year $1 00 1 six months 60 5 14 one year.... 500 and a copy 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 luck, one insertion $1 00 1 " three '• 175 1 " one year......... 750 fiTßates for larger advertisements for a longer tiuie made known on application. 43TA cross mark on yonr 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, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of TILE ENTERPRISE than in another way. Jas. H. Fletcher. Jr., I Geo. F. Parramore, Temperancevllle, Ya. ] Accomack C. H., Vs. FLETCHER & PARRAMORE, A T TORN E Y S -AT-LA W, ACCOMACK C. 11., VA., Practice in all the courts 011 the Eastern Shore ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 18 October 1883

|)ntinsnfa enterprise. Circulation, - - - 1350 i . —. Entered at tho Postofllce at Accomac O. n., Va.. as second-class matter. Accomac C. H.. Va.: THURSDAY OCT. 18, 1883 TEACKLE T. WESCOTT, HOUSE OF DELEGATES, For tho County of Accomac. 1)H. JOHN T. WILKINS, HOUSE OF DELEGATES, For tlio Counties of Accouiac and Northampton. Tho returns from the Ohio election are in, and not only is Judge Hoadley elected by a handsome majority, but the legislature, in both branches, is largely democratic, thus insuring the return of a democrat to the senate of the United States. Very many well informed men doubted if the democratic nominee would be elected, and if so, then by only a meagre majority, with the chances heavily against a working majority in both houses. These doubts were dispelled by the first news Hashed over the wires of the election, and to-day Ohio standstill the line to swell the vote for the democratic presidential .nominee next year. The republican press is fertile in reasons for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 18 October 1883

|)nunsiti;t ffntrrprise. Circulation, - - - 1350 Accomac C. H., Va.: tHUfISDAY QCTTTI. 1883 NOTICE. ■n^^7,-, E tv T ? R?RIbE u0%7 haa «• circulation on wSI. ; we are compelled to go to pres3 Th^a^ ad^: mo V nla - ln orderto mall tt on MDvr Advertisers and Correaponaeuta "« T ax'r" tr 2 /Sfl 8 f S I t jfrT A cross-mark on your paper, lief ore JjrJL y°V>" name, made with pen ami ink. J** 1 ., indicates that your subscriptioju has ■£* l expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solicited to remit or renew. LOCAL NEWS. The Board of Supervisors meet ou Saturday, November 10th. .4 Oysters of fair quality are selling . in our town at 60 cents per bushel. Hon. John Neely will address the L people at Westmoreland next MOll j day. ■ Mr. Levin rhillips died near lilappsvilje, last Friday, aged 91 years. Agents of New York commission merchants, now in our county, are paying $1.25 per barrel for sweet potatoes. The steamer Tangier was detained by the fog last Saturday and did not a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 18 October 1883

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. I'nloN in Pruning. In a prize essay on the philosophy of pruning J. R Wilhite, Boone county, Mo., gives the following rules in pruning: I'irst—Always leave an inch of wood beyond their terminal bud, and let the cut be on the opposite side from the bud. Second—Always cut upward and in a sloping direction. Third—Prune so as to make but lew wounds, and cut the surface as smooth as possible. Fourth—ln cutting out an old branch prune even to the stem, that the wounds may heal over quickly. Fifth—Prune so as to obtain the 'quantity of fruit desired from the smallest number of shoots. 1 Sixth—Never prune when the vines are frozen. Seventh—Never prune during'the months of March, April and May, as pruning then will cause bleeding and an unnecessary flow of sap. Eighth—Let the general autumnal pi ailing take place al»out the Ist of October, as soon as the gathering of the fruit will permit. Peanut Flour. The despised peanut promises to become a vejy important product of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 25 October 1883

VOLUMJ^II. PUBLISHED EVEI/ XTAUBSDAY AT ACCOMACI X, vA. JNO.W. Ep: VIONDS, Owner auy E( ] itor. IfW Snb3orl PtJ>ii rfatea. j one y«u- T. SIOO 6 i. eo " one year...... = «.•» onese ndmg copies, one year./ sin no aad a free copy fto the seiider. 1 Tn/>r, « A<lvertlßlljig Rates. a;.™ *' —*- -5® advertisements for a longer ilare made known on application. ®"A 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, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. Jas, H, Fletcher, Jr., I Goo. F. Parramoro, Temperaucevillo, Va. | Accomack C. H., Va. FLETCHER & PARRAMORE, ATTOENE YS-AT-L A W, ACCOMACK C. H., VA., Practice in all the courts on the Eastern Shore of Va. Prompt attention to collection of claims. John Neely, | Upshur B. Qulnby, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 25 October 1883

{lrnlcipvk. Circulation, 1350 Enteral at the Postoffice at Accomac O. 11.. Vn., aa second-class mutter. Accomac C. M., Va.: THURSDAY- OCT, 25, 1883 TEACKLE T. WESCOTT, , HOUSE OF DELEGATES, For the County of Accomac. DR. JOHN T." WILKINS, HOUSE OF DELEGATES, For the Counties of Accomac and Northampton. Democrats of the Eastern Shore, are you ready 1 But eleven days are to elapse before the final conflict at tho polls is to takp place, and it is highly.important that the question .heading this article shall be properly answered. Aro you ready .to put your feet upon Mahouery iu all its phases in such a way ns to crush it from our midst ? Have you taken every precaution to see to it that the teachings of Mahonewm, and the fearful results of those teachings, have been fully explained to and impressed upon your neighbors?' Have you so organized that you stand shoulder to shoulder'to vote as one man ? Have each of you become so impressed with tlie intensely vital importance of this electi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 25 October 1883

f minsulii Circulation, - I- 1350 Accomac C.«„ Va.s THURSDAY-"'.." *t. 25, 1883 xotJE. r ENTBRPRiaE )M has a circulation * ve 3XB ccjpelled to go to press order to mail it on Advert!sesand Corresponaents © i&• irS 1 ®? 016 ! sewtheir favors by 2 ***< of the day-|ft.O#(Tuesday.) sii ff f A cross-mf [ on your paper, before |gF your name*nade with pen and ink, j||r indicates t it your subscription has expired, oi is due, and you are respectfully olieited to remit or renew. LOQM, news. County fynrt next Monday. Elect ion day Noveinber 6th. Grand democratic barl>ecue at Temperat\a}ville next Wednesday. The steaiier Helen of the E. S. Steamboat line will be laid up for the wintser<oon. - 'g. Fo'snocht will preach at Modestown next Sunday at 3p. Sx. there a hell? Mr. G. L. Doughty is having a race course surveyed aud laid off on his premises at Belle Haven. If you wish to vote on the 6th of November, yon must register next Saturday, or before th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 25 October 1883

FABM AND HOUSEHOLD. Cillmr Wagon Wheels and Woodwork. Mr. Allen 15. Smith reports to tho Farmer's Review an experience in oiling wagon wheels ami other woodwork: "I lmve a wagon of which, six years ago, the felloes shrank so that the tires became loose. I gave it a coat of hot oil, and every year since it has had a coat of oil or paint, sometimes both. Tlie tires aro tight yet and they have not been set for eight or nine years. ' Many farmers think that as soon as a wagon felloes begin to shrink they must go at once to a blacksmith shop and get the tire set. Instead of doing that which is often a damage to the wheels, causing them to dish, if they will got some linseed oil aud heat it boiling hot and give the felloes all the oil they can take, it will fill them up to their usual size and tighten to keep them from shrinking, and also to keep ontth<j water. If you do not wish to go to the trouble of mixiug paint you can heat the oil and tie a rag to a stick and swab them ov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 1 November 1883

VOLUME 111. rXTBUSHKD EVERY THUB6DAY AT ACCOMAC C. H., VA. JNO.W. EDMONDS, Owner and Editor. • Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year :...S1 00 " six months.... 60 % " one year........ 500 ®id a copy for six mouths free to the (lie sending club. 10 lopies, one year 810 00 Yuid a free copy to the sender. / Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one Insertion $1 00 I " three V 175 1 " one year '. 750 <S"Ratea far larger advertisements Tor a longer time made known on.appli-. cation. WA cross mark" on yoyr 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, can reach more truckers and farppers through the columns of THB ENTEIU'RISE than in any other way. «.v v 3m*, H. Fletcher, Jr.." I Oeo.F. Parrnmoro, Temperancovllle, Va. | Accomack C. H., Vo. FLETCHER & ATTORNEYS-AT-L AW, ACCOMACK; O. H., VA., Practice in all the courts on the Easte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 1 November 1883

flnratsulit (&lqpm Circulation, 1350 Entered at the Postofllce at Accomac (J. 11.. Va.. as second-class matter. Accomac C. H.. Va.: 1 « * • THURSDAY- NOV. 1,1883 TEACKLE T. WESCOTT, HOUSE OF DELEGATES, For the County of Accomac. PH. JOHN T.WILKINS, HOUSE OP .DELEGATES, For the Counties of Accomac and Northampton. Next Tuesday being election day, tho query is pertinent at this time, have you given tho matter the attention its*importance demands and are you prepared to do your duty? Are yon ready to vote and will you vote as becomes every Virginian,.as a freeman unbouglit by gold, by office or the promise thereof? To.you voters of Accomac we pnt£thie -query* who .profess? to* be democrats. No issue now remains in Virginia to divide and distract the democratic voters of the Common wealth. The debt question has been passed upon by the highest tribuiialjiu the laiidjnid the irrevocable settlement secured by their decision, [has been accepted by the democratic party of Virgini...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 1 November 1883

peninsula Circulation, 1350 Accomac C. H., Va.; ~ XO TICH. THE ENTERPRIbE now has a circulation so large that we are compelled to go to press on Wednesday morning In order to mail it on Yhutadary. Advertisers and Correspondents MUST, therefore, send in their favors by 2 P. M. of the day before (Tuesday.) ~ "f' v ij A cross-mark on your paper, before 63T your name, made with pen and ink, indicates that your subscription has <ST expired, or is due, and you are ret 655° Hpectt'ully solicited to remit or re- | new. I LOCAL NEWS. K Election next Tuesday. ■ Board of Supervisors meet Sat- ■ urday 10th day of November. I Mrs. N. S. Wescott and lady, near * Sturgis Posfoffice, this county, are visiting friends at Hampton, Virginia. • J —; -- - : k Hon. John Randolph Tucker, ■. spoke to an audience of 1500 or | more at Accomac C. H., on last \ Monday. SC i Eastern Shore sportsmen are anticipating an early winter. They have noticed several large flocks of geese moving southward. Rev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 1 November 1883

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Applying Manure. F. C. Griffin,- of Vermont, writes to the Mirror: In the application of fertilizers I find a difference of. opinion, some advocating spread lag and plowing under, while others think it best to leave it on or near the surface. I think the matter depends on the kind of crop to be jaised and the kind of soil to which it is to be applied. Tf a crop of loots or clover, and corn even, whose roots extend to a considerable depth below the surface, is to be raised it-might be well to plow tinder a portion of the manure; but from -my experience, it would be better to leave the largest portion near the surface for most crops, as manures are rendered more soluble by the action of water and air, and therefore better as food for the different plants to which they are applied. By many , the practice has been adopted of .drawing barnyard manure syid spreading, both on grass and plowing land the last of wiutcr or early spring. From my experience and observafiou I...

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