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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 August 1884

VOLUME IV PUBLISHED EVKTTY SATURDAY AT ACCOM AC C. H„ VA. ■ JNO.W. EDMONDS, Owner and Editor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year 00 1 " six months 60 5 " one year....... 500 and a copy for six mouth? free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year..... *slo 00 anil a free copy to the sender. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion ...§1 00 1 '• three " 175 1 " one year 750 CiTßates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on application. 63TA cross mark on your paper indicntestliat your subscription has expired, or is due,, and you are respectfully solicel to renew or remit. tHTCommission men or business me* of any class.in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more i truckers and farmers through the col-! umns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any other way. John J. Gu titer. John W. G. BlacKstono. GUNTEIt & BLACKSTONE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, | T ACCOMACK C. H., VA., will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton counties. Jaa, H. Flotche...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 August 1884

|)traiMla Enterprise. j ACCOM AC COURT-HOUSE, V*. SATURDAY, : AUGUST 30, 1884: JShtered at the Postoffiee at Accomac 0. H.. Ya., as gecond-chtas matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I FOR PRESIDENT: HON. GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. THOMAS A. HEND4IICKS, of ludiana. Congressman Garrison is to hare lively opposition among bis friends. His comi>etitors are Delegates A. Brown Evans, H. R. Pollard, Thomas Croxton, Robert McCandlish and Geineral W.B.Taliaferro. There is no way. of forecasting the result.— Norfolk Virginian. Yes there is. The true theory, we are told, is "the survival of the fittest." Garrison is just that man, and solid Accomac and Northampton know it so thoroughly, they are sure it will be easy to convince the balance of the district of it. That's the. forecast. If Cleveland's letter of acceptance was brief, what ate we to style Hendrick's! Brevier? Chicago News. No, no minion.—Phila. Inquirer. Wrong again. Nonpariel. Day. Still wrong. Diamon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 August 1884

(£iito|ris:. 11' I_j .[j 1 1 1 «j i_ 11 ICIMTIOII • 11 1 • 11 11 1 ACCOMAC CDUHT-HOUSE, VA.i SATURDAY, :: Arratist 30, iBB4 A cross-mark on ysur paper, before your name, made With pfen and ink, indieates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are reR3T spectfully solicited to remit or re\Hir new. LOCAL NEWS. Board of Supervisors ineet Saturday September 18th, The skiff John W. Edmonds, belonging to Mr. James K. Harmon was the winner iu the race at Hog Island last week. Mr. Jona Parks and Miss Louisa Bundick.were married near Accomac C; H-.,0u last Thursday, Rev. t John Wi Hundley officiating. For the prompt and certain cure of erysipelas, use Ayer'sSarsaparila,which is the specific endorsed by the mos'fcemiUent medical authorities. The dwelling of Robert Marshall On Saxe's Island, was burned Wednesday the 20th inst. It is supposed that it Was the work of an incendiary. Mr. J. VV. Borum, of the EastVille Herald, has beeu visiting our County during the week, and favore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 30 August 1884

Scrub Stock. Tho farmers of the South have been severely criticised for their soc'alled scrub stock. There may be just cause for tho censure. It must be confessed that the farm hig population of the . South, no matter what the number of stock they may own, seldom have, the year round,enough butter and milk on their tables to swpplv their families. If butter and milk is dot the chief end of cattle raising, at least in this section, what is? Surely the uncertain snpply of a quarter of beef or veal once or twice in the year, and the possession of a hide now and then to sell, is not all that our peop'e arc raising cattle foi. Evidently sometlttua is wrong somewhere. "What is the cause of this general and always prevailing dearth of milk and butter. Is it because Of scrub stock? Noj but it is oeeause of scrub pastmes. It is for the lack of that indispensable element in successful dairying, good grass and enough of it. It is not because stock has run out, but because the grazing has run o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 6 September 1884

VOLUME IV PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC-C. H., VA. JNO.W. EDMONDS, Owner and Editor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year.... ..i..sl 00 1 six months .. GO 5 " one year 500 and a copy for six months free to the One sending club. 10 copies, one year .......$lO 00 V and a free copy to the sender. 11 Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, on<} insertion $1 00 1 " three " 175 1 " one year .*.... 750 Rates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on application. iSPA cross mark on your paper indicates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solice<4 to renew or remit. men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and favmers through the columns of THE ENTERPRISE than in any othet way. John J. Gunter. John W. G. Blackstone. GUNTER & BLACKSTONE, ATTORNE tS-AT-LA W, ACCOMACK C. H., Va., will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton counties. Jas, H. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 6 September 1884

IJrarasitfct Grntitfrise. ACCOMAC COUIiT-IIOUSE, VA.. SATURDAY,: SEPTEMBER 6,1884: Entered at the Postofflce at Accoraac C, It.. Va.. as second-alass matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKIT. For Prssidbjot: HON. GROVER CLEVELAND, of Now York, FOR VIOE-PRESIDEN* HO¥. THOMAS A. HENfigiICKS, ttfjludima. William E. Cameron, who by the visitation of Provichuicc upon an afflicted people, is Governor of Virginia, only a few short months ago in his excess of adoration so apos tropliized a part of the person of the petty boss as to win notoriety , as "'The Toenail Governor." He is now in open revolt against and biting the hand of him who helped so much by his "machine methods" to make him. Full well he knows the petty boss' star is waning and with swift ingratitude he helps to drag him down. To aid in this, forgetful of his dignity of the high office he holds, he steps down to enter into the wrangling ot political affairs in his district. The iueense rising from the flesh pots of Egypt is so strong as to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 6 September 1884

|lcninsul;t (fcntn'pris:-. • I I I I*l 1 I I- \ * i I I I i f T ~ J~l 1 * r | | 7 1 * 1 | |T r AOCOMAO OOURT-IIOUSEi VA.: SATURDAY,: SEPTEMBER 6, ISS4 LOCAL NEWS. Boa ill of Supervisors meet next Saturday... Ralph Bingham, the boy orator, will visit Onaneock again on the Ist and 2nd days of October. Freight and passenger trains will commence to run from station opposite Pungoteague next Monday. Mr. John C. Taylor, the populaj representative of a popular business house of Baltimore, was in our town last Thursday. The track of our railroad has been laid as far as Belle Ilaven and it looks now as if the terminus Will be reached by the Ist of October. Capt. 11. A. Thomas, of Taugier Island, imprisoned 6 months ago for violation of the oyster law, Ims been discharged from the custody of the sheriif. Scores of tongers commenced work in Pocomoke Sound, last Monday, first day of September, and the oysters caught by them were sold readily at 30 cents per bushel. Mr. Robert Marshall, aged 77 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 6 September 1884

AX OLD-TIME TRAGEDY. Korrible Revenge of a Husband Whan His Ylllainy was Unmasked. A correspondent, who is traveling about in Virginia, has found among the ncftueious moss-grown old tombstones in the graveyard of Williamsburg one which bears the following inscription: Sacred to the Memory of Sarah Sempliill, Who died at the age of twenty-five,slam with her two infant daughters, by her own husband. She was fair to look upon, pure as snow, and loved by all who knew her, I»i---vine Providence alone knows why she had to perish so miserably. This epitaph, some of the words of which are hardly legible any longer, is the only record left of one ofthe mostterrible tragedies that ever took place ia the Old Dominion. It was in 1798 that John Semphill, a young man who said he was from Santa Cruz, iu the West Indies, arrived at Williamsburg, and iettled there as a tobacco planter. He had plenty of inouey, and was able to purchase 1,000 acres of the finest soil within a short distance of the old...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 13 September 1884

VOLUME IV |Mwf? PUBLISHED EVERY SATTJKDAT AT ACCOMAC C. H., VA. JNO.W. EDMONDS, Owner and Editor. Subscription Rates. j 1 Copy, one year S1 00 1 six months 60 5 , year... 5 00 and a copy for six months free to the I one sending club. 10. copies, one year ....$lO 0 and a free copy to the sender. I T Advertising Rates. L Inch, one insertion EI OI 1 " three j 7 , I " one year..... 5( ( f -° r I{u 'ge.r 'Advertisement! cation llme miwle k "o\vu on appli- ? r035 111 on your paperja&L catesthat your subscription has or is due, and you are respectf ullrsfflS en to renew or remit. men or business'mm Phfi»L?f- S ln s altimore ' New Yorp P «or Boston, can tench more i nmns nf vEt l, u ' mers through the col- j other \r;y ExTEHPursE than in anv I John J. Gunter. John W. G. Blackston GUTTER & BLACKSTONE, A TTORNU YS-A T-LA TV, ACCOMACK, C,H.,'VA. S? ce "\ the Courts of Accoiiiac and Xoithamptfln counties. Jas. H. FletcherTjn Goo. F. P^T^T FLETCHER & PARRAMORE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 13 September 1884

IJcumsttfa Enterprise. AOOOMAG COURT-HOUSE, VA. S VTURDAY.SBPTBMBEEI3,IBB4: *..1 v _ m i Elite ml nt the Postofltee nt Aocomac G. 11., Va., aa Beconri-olaas matter. .MM ■ i - -■> i. . DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOE PRESIDENT: HON. GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT; HON. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Indiana. FOK CONGRESS. THOMAS CEOXTON, OF ESSEX. Three weeks ago an editorial ap- . geared in this paper in regard to the scandal affecting Mr. Flaine, the Republican nominee for President, and while it. deprecated the use ol'such means as campaign engines, it laughed to scorn the idea of Blaine "suing for a character,-" and declared that the action sought b»v Blaine was a pretenee and a blind. Our neighbor of the Viryinian takes offense at onr article two weeks after its publication, saying, "We are sure the Democrats of this comity do not approve of what onr rash neighbor of the Peninsula ENTERPRISE said on this subject two weeks ago." This attack is gratuitous—impelled by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 13 September 1884

jfoanada Cfoitepse. =U-J Ll*±J I I ' *j, I I ! ..L CIRCULATION 11 T 11 1 irr 1 1 M 1 ACCOMAC COURT-IIOUSE, VA SATUBD AT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1884 JpT A cross-mark on your paper, before JgT your name, made with pen and ink, GsT indicates that your subscription lias expired, or is due, and you are reGST spectfully solicited to remit or renew. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. 15.. W. Goerke, chief engineer ©tour railroad luis his headquarters now at Belle Haven. The swine plague is prevailing to an alarming extent in many parts "of Northampton county. Many have lost from ten to forty hogs. reports a loss of 60 hogs. The Cutter Bros., sons of onr old friend 11. J. Cutler of this county, advertise their business in New York through our columns to-day. Gall and see them when in the city. Mr. Frank Knabl), wife and daughter after a sojourn of several weeks in our town, left yesterday for Belle Haven, with the regrets of many friends in our community. A special term of the circuit court for Accomac, will be held ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 13 September 1884

A Very Neat Swindle. A polite young man, dressed in fashionable attire, walked up to the cigar stand in the Victoria hotel yesterday and asued for a box of the most costly cigars sold in that place. : i "I havent time to wait just now." he added, looking" at his watcn, "bat yon may seyd'the cigars t* my father,'at No. 21 Bast Twenty-sixth street." Then the polite young man went jfcwny - hurriedly. The youth in charge of the stand seut for a messenger to whom he gave the box of cigars, withistrict instructions, that it should not be delivered miless paid for in cash. When the messenger reached No. 27 East Twenty-sixth street he found two young meu in their shirt-sleeves, sittiug on the stoop. One of them was the polite v»ung man. "Oh, here are the cigars," he said. "Where is the money!" queried the messenger. "Al, go up-stairs and tell pa the cigars have come,*' said the polite young man to his companion."— "Tell him to send down the money. By the way, my boy, where is the brandyf" "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 20 September 1884

VOLUME IV I'URLtSHEI) EVERY SATURDAY AT ACCOMAC C. H., VA. JNO.W. EDMONDS, Owner am! Editor. Subscription Rates. 1 Copy, one year SI 00 1 " six months ... (50 5 " one year -5 Oo and a copy for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year ....§lO 00 andsa free copy to,the sender. Advertising Rates. 1 Inch, oue insertion ..81 00 1 " three " 175 1 " one year 750 iSS?Rates for larger, advertisements for a longer time made known on application. fcaSTA cross mark onyvour paper indicates that yoursubseript'on has expired, oi is due, and you arc respectfully solic-e-'l 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 ENTEIU'KISE than in any other way. John J. Guliter. John \V. G. Biackstbrie. GlfSTEli & BLAOKSTONE, . A TTOTtyE VS-AT-LAW, ACCOMACK C. 11., Va., will practice in the Courts of Accomack and Northampton counties. Jas, 11. Fletcher, Jr. Ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 20 September 1884

Dnuitsnte (Enterprise:' ACCOM AC COUIIT-IIUUSE, VA. S ATURD AY, September 20,1884: rrr — Rntered at the Postofllcp at Accomac G. 11., Va.. as uecoiut-oiass matter. ® ; DEMOCRATIC TICKET. « FOR PRESIDENT: HON. GROVEII CLEVELAND, of Now York. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS. THOMAS CROXTON, OF ESSEX. • ■ J , The production (if some twenty tetters bv Messrs. James Mulligan and ..Warren Fisher, Jr., concerning /- illaine's flnaneiering as Speaker of of the House has given a new and worse side to his ollicial and perso iial depravity. Mulligan was rob bed by Blaine ot certain letters affecting his (Blaine's) personal in teg l'ity, and now driven by attacks upon his truth as a man Mulligan turns at bay with these letters.— Fisher is the same "Dear Mr. Fisher" to whom Blaine turned so lov : ngly when he desired to make "an honest penny" by declaring that luwould be '-no deadliead" in the transactions to tempt the railroads where he had been given stoc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 20 September 1884

ficni«sirl;i (tiiterpuse. I I 'I I i * I 1 I :l I » I 111 l CIRCULATION 11 ~i | j | I*l | i j I*l |" |~| i ll ACCOIMAO COUP/r-lIorSEV YA.: % S ATITKI) AY,SEPfEMII VAi 20, 1884 LOCAL MEWS. Mrs. Pen.jantiiiT. Melsofi, of our town, is seriously ill with typhoid fever. Mr. Henry 11. Ayres died at his residence, near Cherrystone last Tuesday, aged (57 years.. Mr. Fred Waddy in a card in our issue, of to-day. says ln> is ready to match Morrill against Grey Morgan for a purse of £1,01)0. Your attention is invited to the card of Mv. John K. Sturgis, and particularly to the specialties offered to the trade. Mr. Edward Ewe 11 and Miss Lizzie Stevenson were married at Mappsville, last Wednesday. Rev. W. A. Street ot'lieiating. Eev.. Frank Stringfellow will preach in the Episcopal church, at Orummondtown, to-morrow, Sunday, September 21st, at 11 a. in. The new church at Woodberry will be dedicated on Sunday the 28th of September, ISS-l. by Rev. W. (\ Vaden. An all dav service will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 20 September 1884

Iu a Huckleberry Patch "When I entered the army,"said a Grand Army man to a friend, "I had never seen nor tasted whortle 'berries or huckleberries,, and one day as we were moving forward as vidette? or skirmishers in advance of the main army in Tennessee I had a surprise. We were beating the woods half a mile or so to the left of the main road to make sure that no rebels were lurking there, and were several hundred yards in advance of the center, meeting with some opposition on the road. I was very much absorbed in the business on hand because I feared an ambuscade, but as we came into a sort of a clearing I heard the man to my right say, 'Great Scott, look at that.' e "Although there was a mouth •wateriness about the tone, I was a little confused when I saw the men grab with rwckless and hilarious energy at the bushes in the foreground. I could not understand it until some fellow with his mouth mumbled, 'Huckleberries, you fool, 1 and I was soon as busy as the rest, lietnember, we ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 September 1884

VOLUME IV FURT.ISIIED EVERY SATTIUDAY AT ACCOMAC C. H„ VA. JNO.W. EDMONDS, Owner nml Editor. Subscription Rate 3. 1 Copy, one year........................51 00 1 " six months. 00 5 " one year............ 500 and a copy for six months free to tile 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 '* u 1 *75 1 " one year........ 750 IST Rat es for larger advertisements for a longer time made knowil on appllcation. '• GafA cross] mark on your paper indicates that your subscription has expired, or is due. and you are respectfully solic.ed to renew or remit. men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Boston, can reach more truckers and far piers through the columns of TIIE EXTEIU'IUSE than in any other way. John J. Guuter.' * Joltn W. G. BlacXstono. GUNTER & BLACKSTONE, ATTORNE YS-A T-LA If, ACCOM AC iCC. 11., Va., will practice in the Courts of Accomack Riul ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 September 1884

fraiitsitk Enterprise. AIX.OMAU COL" UT-lIOUSE, V\. BATURD A Y.SEI'TEMHKK 27,1 «SS4: Entered .it the I'ostoillce nt Accomae C. 11.. A r a.. as seeoml-olass mutter. ima ——- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT: - 110\. GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: RON. THOM AS A. H ENDRICKF, of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS 7 THOMAS OR OX TON, OF ESSEX. Our neighbor of the Vir/inim i is "so funny" in hi* severe effort to be sarcastic we fear his health may sillier. We congratulate him on his heroic effort to reach the "higher plane" severe though the strain may be to his nerves. We cordially stretch our hand down, and heaitily grasping his, hope to be able to elevate him to a firm and solid foot- ing "up here." We cannot pre tend in his presence to be either an 1 "oracle" or "infallible;" yet, we cam not avoid a sad smile athis eriti cism based as it is merely uptn public approval. We modestly suggest that he pose before Hums' mirror, mid see himself as others see him. Possibly then, like t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 September 1884

|]roinstil;i (foiteijiise. jJ_ 111 #. flit • 11111 CIRCULATION I 'I | I I|l l# I |J fT ACUOMAO UOUItT-HOUSE, VA.: SATURI)AY,SEI > tkmisEK27, 1884 LOCAL NEWS. The track of our railroad has been laid to about 8 miles of Eastville. Miss Margie 1). Blackstone opens a private school at her father's residence Monday. October 6th next. A Rev. Mr. (Jhiiui, of Virginia has been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian churches in Accomac. Every Democrat in the county should register at once, who is not al- . ready a qualified voter in that respect. The public school at Kewse'sopen on the first Monday in October, with j Mr. John Fox of Locustville as teacher. ] Mr. William L. Wesoott, mer- ' chant of Eastville, died suddenly at his store, last Monday, aged about 86 years. ! The tax books for the yearlßS4 will lie open next Monday and tax-pay-ers are requested to come forward and settle. Look tor the " cross ni'irk" oil your .paper and then don't forget that ji dollar will be ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 September 1884

Western Feminine Nimrods. A Coleville, (Cal)., letter to the New York Sun says: A young girl, pretty and modest, with iv rifle on her shoulder is not a strange sight in these parts. Many young women in the far West are very prolivient in the use of firearms, and no one thinks it, strange to see them thus equipped 011 the highway, or in the mountains hunting. In nothing is the Western freedom from conventionalism more striking than in the latitude given young women in their amusements. The typical far Western girl would doubtless shock her more subdeued sisters of the East in many firings which here are considered within the bounds of propriety. She hunts, fishes, camps out, rides and tramps, with all the relish shown by the sterner sex, and in not a few of these accomplishments is she the equal of any of the men. Visitors from tlie East unfamiliar with pastimes of .this kind have often been seriously embarrassed 011 findiug that their charming companions of the parlor or the lawn co...

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