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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 October 1881

VOL. J. EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS AND OWNERS, To whom all communications should we addressed. Professional Carets. samueTtTiross, " ATTORNEY AT LAW. ACCOMAC C. H. f VA., "Will practice in the Courts of the counties of Accomac and Northampton. WM. P. M. KEL.B.AM, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAO C. H., YA., Will practice before the Courts of Accomao and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND— NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in all the courts of Accomac and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. JonN NEELY, UPSHUR B. QU TNBY, Accomac C. H., Ya. Onanco ;k, Y*. NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, AOCOMAO C. H., VA., Practice in the Courts on the Easte tn Shore of T r ,inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOIJN W.i EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. G. T. Scarburgh, M. 3)., DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOSVIAC C. H. f VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SE...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 October 1881

Enterprise. I'CBLISIIKI) EWEUV TIII'IiSDAV. i Single - live cents■ #1 .00 a year or fifty cents for six months,! Invariably in advance. • ' I ACOOMAC C. H., VA., Oct. 27, 1?81.| Cnsemtive State Met. For Governor: JOHN W. DANIEL, Of Lynchburg. For Lieutenant Govrrnor: JAMES BARBOUR, Of Culpeper. f For Attorney General: P. W. McKINNEY, Of Prince Edward. For the Senate: DR. FRANK FLETCHER - > Accomac: W T M. P. M. KELLAM. Por. the House of Delegates for Accomac and X orthampton: Dr. JOHN "WILKINS. WHY ARE WE CONSERVATIVES? I. Because the Conservative par ty has reduced the expenses of our government by giving less salaries to its officers. 2. Because the Conservative party gave to us biennial sessions of the Legislature, thus saving to the Commonwealth at least SIOO,OOO annually. 3d. Because the Conservative party reduced the number of members of the Legislature, changed their per diem from 80 to $4, and pays them for a session of only 90 days. 4th. Because a Conservative Le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 October 1881

Ilnunsaia dnlirprist Entered at the Postoffice at Accomac (J. IL.Va., its second-class matter. ACCOM AO C. H., Oct. 27, 1881. LOCAL NEWS. County court next Monday. The sweet-potato season is nearly over. On Tuesday morning last a vio. lent storm swept over our town. Our merchants in town are now busy laying in their fall stock of goods. Mr. Augustus Parker's new dwelling is completed, and lie is now occupying it as his place of residence* The Rev. Mr, Watson is now holding a series of revival meetings in the Methodist Church of t&s town. Mr, Jphn W. Gillet, trustee, will sell certain lauds of Edmund U. Potter, at Pungoteague, on the 19tli of next November. Come to Accomac C. H. on Monday, 31st inst., court day, and we will introduce you to tlief next Governor of Virginia, Hon. John W. Daniel. Mr. K. G. Polk, merchant tailor, of Pocomoke City, Md., will be in Drummoudtowu on Monday, Oct. 31, and will be pleased to receive orders from those desiring anything in his line. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 27 October 1881

T. H. KKPNER. S. ZI HAST. KEPNEE & EAST, (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AND WHOIOSJATiH DEALERS TN all kinds of produce, NO. 2 BOWLY'S WHARF, - - - BALTIMORE; Special attention given to the sale of all kinds of Frnit, Sweet and Irish. Potatoes, Onions, Ac. Consignments oolioited and promptly attended to. Shipping Letter, H. ALEX, BOND. JAS. H. LEWIS, Salesman. JOHN P. W A.LKEE, —WITH—ALEXANDER BOTSTJD Jk, CO., NO. 4 HOLLINGSWORTH ST., JBALTIMOKK, MU.< PRODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Receive and Sell on Commission OYSTERS, CLAMB, WATERMELONS, POTATOES, VEGETABLES, PRUITS, JKTO. respectfully solicit consignments. Quick sales and prompt return* guaranteed. I. P. JUSTIS, B. H. ANDREWS. I . I\ JT7STIS & CO., [Formerly of Accomac Co., Ya. | COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN EARLY FRUITS, VEGETABLES,'OYSTERS, TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL, AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, NO. 7 WOOD STREET, BALTIMORE. Shipping Letter,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 November 1881

VOL. 1. , EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS AXD OWNERS, To whom all communications should oo addressed. Pfofessio rvaj^ards. samueltT^ossT" ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC G. H., VA., Will practice in the Courts of the connties of Aocomae and Northampton. WM. P. M. K ELL AM, Attorney at Law, Will praotice before the Courts of Accomac and Northampton oounties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AKCf— NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H. f WA., Will practice in all the courts of Acoo mac and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOftAC C. H., YA. JOHN fTSTBXT, UPSHUR B. QUINBY, Accomac C. H., Ya. Onancock, Va, NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAO 0. H., YA., Praotice in thn Conrts on the Eastern Shore of r ,inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. G. T. Scarburgh, M. D., DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOSViAC C. H», VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SEEDS FINE PHARMACALS, Combs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 November 1881

IfonitMla (£nto|rk. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. e Single copifs, - - five cents SI.OO a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. AOCOMAC C. n., VA., NOV. 3,1581. Conservative State Met. For Governor: JOHN W. DANIEL, Of Lynchburg. For Lieutenant Governor: JAMES BARBOUR, Of Culpeper. For Attorney General: P. W. McKINNEY, Of Prince Edward. For the Senate: DR. FRANK FLETCIIEB. For the Ilouse of Delegates'for Accomac: WM. P. M. KELLAM. . Tor* the House of Delegates for Accomac and Northampton: DR. JOHN WILKINS. THE PIE IS CAST! "If they tell us the truth they are as good republicans as we are," said a negro a few days ago of the Mahoneites. Yes; as good Repub' licans. Yet, fellow citizens of Accomac, these good Republicans say, with sweet accents, "We are Democrats." Where? When? How? The old game of twist and turn, and "suit yourself to your company." Can you trust these "good a Republicans" who call themselves "Democrats?" The die is cast — they are all Republicans if w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 November 1881

jperaralii (fcutogrk. Entered at the Postoffice a,t Accomac C. H., Vn.v as second-class matter. ACCOM Ad C. H. NOV. 3, 1881. LOCAL NEWS. / Electi#a>: Tqesday f Nov, 8. Bishop Whittle preaches in St. James' Chnrch Monday moaning next. Dedicatory services held in the new Presbyterian Church at Pow. ellton on Sunday, 13th inst., by Rev. Dr. Armstrong, of Norfolk. The negroes, under the inspiring watchword, "Anything to 1 beat the white man," will maycchto tlie polls in solid phalanx on next Tuesday* Mr. tSeCfrge. W* Co ard, "under •ft ii -V, ' ■ •* whose skillful hand houses arise as if by kSnow engaged in building a dwelling for Mr. T. C. jUcustuille., . The new church now being built by the members ,pf the Methodist Episcopal Church South promises to be 'a % hftndsome and imposing stractau* vhen completed. The pastors of. the various oburdjjtis .in oiir county of the M. E Church Sentli will leave in a few days fijrfh© conference which meets" at Charlottesville on the 16tli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 3 November 1881

w. p. ousns & 00. Commission Merchants ,-1 . - ; 1 " —is— ' ' ' : 1 EARLY VEGETABLES, OYSTERS,TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL .urn Ai& tnms op COTJJSTTEY PRODUOE. 3 WOOD STREET, SHIPPINO LETTER " O." BALTIMORE. *. H. KBKHSR, J, t, liw, KEPN.EB & EAST, (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS T AND WnfOESALE DHAIiEBS TN ALL KINDS OXH PRODUCE, NO. 2 BOWLT'S WHARF, • - - BALTIMORE. Special attention given to tho sale of all kinds of Fruit, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Onions, <ta. Consignments solicited and promptly attended to. Shipping Latter, H. auk, bohd. gria. h. uswis, Salesman, JOHN P. WALKER, r —wraa— , ALEXANDER BOND & 00., NO. 4. HOLLINGSWORTII ST., JBALTIMOKE, MX>.« PRODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Receive ana Sell on Commission OYSTERS, CLAMS, WATEBMELOirS, POTATOES, VEGETABLES, Jf'KUiTS, Era gu^^nt^X^ oß^ solicifc consignments. Quick sales and prompt returns I. *. fCKta u, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 10 November 1881

VOL. 1. EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS AXD OWNERS, * To whom all communications should bo addressed. Hroiossionai Card*. SAMU£L TTROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAO C. H. t VA., Will praotice in the Courts of the counties of Acoomao and Northampton. WM,P.M. KELLAWB, Attorney at Law, AOCOMAO 0. "H., YA., « Will practice before the Courts of Accomae and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—- - NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOstfIAC C. H., VA., Will practice in all the courts of Accomac and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. &&G. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YA. jonjf NEELY, UPSHUR B. QBIXBY, Accomac C. H., Va. Onancock, Ya, NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAO C. H., YA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore of \ r ,inia. Prompt attention given to the. collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. G. T. Scarburgh, M.D., DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 10 November 1881

Enterprise. Published Eveky Thursday. Single copies, - - five cents SI.OO a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. AOCOMAC C. H., VA., NOV. 10, 18S1- The Result in Virginia. From the laUst information we have received, Cameron is elected by 10,000 majority, and the Legislature is Readjuster by a good working majority, thus insuring the election of another Republican Sen ator. VIRGINIA'S WOE. The direst calamity which could befall Virginia has occurred. The coaliition of a comparatively few whites with the negro element has succeeded, and the Readjuster-Re-publican ticket is elected, carrying with it the Legislature. We trust t -iat our forebodings may not be realized; but we anticipate irreparable injury to Virginia's moral and material interests. It is her darkest and most fearful hour. To the consummation of ends aimc d at by Cameron & Co. the downfall at Appomatox pales. Better far that Wells andj his horde had succeeded in 18G9 than that the same ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 10 November 1881

|)raißSula: snttrpm Entered at the Postoffice at Aecomac C. H., Ya., as second-class matter. ACCOMAC C. 11. KOV. 10,1881. LOS Ah W£WS. Mr. W. S. Dry dsn, connected with tin wftH house of Win. Devries & Co., vrill visit our merchants in a "few days. The Governor of Virginia has appointed John Neely Esq. as one of the visitors to the East ern Lu. natic Asylum. Mr. Charles E. Marshall, late foreman of the Eastern Virginian, has accepted a position on a new paper soon to be started in Port Tobacco, Charles county, Md. Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries annually supply over 3,000,000 oysters to the markets of this coun. try, which is over eighty oysters to each individual of the United States. Saxe's Island Precinct, Accomack County, we venture to say is the Banner Precinct of the State, casting her entire registered vote, to wit: 59 votes for Daniel,Barbour, McKinney, Fletcher, Keilarn and Wilkin*. Query. Did the Coalition party mean by paying the Capitation Tax for five or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 10 November 1881

BARNET BOND, COMMISSION MERCHANT, N. W. Cor. Cheapside and Pratt St., Baltimore. Personal attention given to the sales of Vegetables and Fruits, also Poultry, Eggs and all kinds of Country Produce. Account of sales rendered as soon as goods sold. References—The Leading Produco Houses of Baltimore. W. P. CUSTIS & CO., Commission Merchants : in— .vb. v EARLY VEGETABLES, OYSTERS, TERRAPINS, WSLD FOWL AND ALL CINDS OF OOUNTEY PRODUCE, 3 WOOD STREET, SHIPPING LETTER «0." BALTIMORE, • J •r. H. RAIRAT. a. L BAOT. KEi & EAST, (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AHD WHOLESALE DEALERS TN ALL KINDS Oic PRODUCE, NO. 2 BOWLES WHARF, .... BALTIMORE. Special attention given to the sale of all kinds of Fruit, Sweet and Irisfc Potatoes, Onions, <fce. Consignments solicited and promptly attended to. Shipping Letter, H. > AIdKX. BOND. XAS. H. LSWIB, Salesman, JOHN P. W4LKER, —WITH—ALEXANDER BOND & CO^ NO....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 1 December 1881

VOL. U EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS AXD OJVXERB, To whom aH.qommtmications should oe addressed. > Professional Cards. SAMUEL T. ROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C, H., VA., Will practice ia the Courts of the counties of Accomac and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLAM, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YA., Will practice before the Courts of Accomao and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOOK; ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND — NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in all the courts of Accomac and Northampton. Prompt .attention to all bnsiness. , GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAO 0. H., YA. JOHN NKELT, UPSHUR B. QUIJiBY, Aocomac C. H., Ya. Onancock, Ya NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAO 0. H., VA:, Practice in tho Courts on the Eastern Shore cf r inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. • JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. G. T. Scarburgh, M. D., AGENT, DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, Accord AC C. H. f VA. DRUGS, CHEM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 1 December 1881

|)craitsttlit (Enterprise. PtIJLISIIED E VEU Single. coptM, - i • live cent; §I.OO 11 yejir or fifty oeiMs/for six months, invariably iiQtvam'O. AOCOMAC C. 11., VA., DEC. 1, 18V1. WE deem it A duty we owe to our patrons and ourselves to offer an explanation and apology for the suspension of our paper for the last two weeks. During; the first week * the foreman of our office rendered himself unfit to r labor by, his intemperate habits, which was succeeded by a severe illness that entirely incapacitated him for work. These erils would have been remedied at once, but for the continued sickness of its editor. We are glad to be able to aniiuuuct', IIU WCM,- I^.' we have a foreman of strictly temperate habits, and one who has a regard for his obligation that enables us.to assure our patrons in the future of our ability to meet their expectations. THE following confession of Ma hone is not a very flattering one to his followers. One of the leaders of the Mahoneites is reported (luring the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 1 December 1881

|lcninstti;i. (ftitcrjjrix Entered at the Ppstoflice at Aecomae V. 11., Va., as second-class matter. ACCOM AO C. IL DEC. 1,1881. LOCAL NEWS. WE are informed by a reliable gentleman,liVing at Horn town, that JI few days ago snow fell there, with the thermometer at 1(0 degrees. OWING to the crowded state of our columns this week, our account of the Pungoteague races is left out, but will appear in full in onr next issue. —r :o: A MEETING of tlie Board of Su. pervisors will be held at the Court House OH Friday, 30th December next, to consider the improvements necessary at the almshouse, to audit accounts, &c. A PETITION to be presented to the next Legislature is being circulated among the lie-adjusters in the upper part of the county of Ac.comac, recommending Mr. John \V. 11. Parker as Circuit Judge, for the counties of Aeeomac and Northampton. A MOVEMENT is on foot in the lower parish of our county, to secure the enactment of a dog law by the next Legislature. The grievane...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 1 December 1881

WM. B. CHOWNING, . —WITH—SMITH, SHIPLEY & CO., Q-eneral Commission Merchants, 179 W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE. REFERENCES» T. SHIPLEY, Conductor &0.8. R. |M. C. PRICE, Loesville, Ohio. JOHN 8088, Glenn's Postofflco, Va. I JOHNSON, SMITH A CO., Plttsbure. PennKERNGOOD BROS., Wholesale Dry Goods, | svlvania. Baltimore. * - ■ i 11. BURGES, Gloucester 0. H., Virginia JOS. C. SAVAGE, —WITH — L. I». COBBIN, Q-eneral Commission Merchant, FRUIT, PRODUCE, FISH, OYSTERS, Etc. NO. 304 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA. WM. T. CONQUEST. WM. T. CONQUEST, JB, p. L. CONQUEST. WM, T. CONQUEST SONS, General Commission Merchants. H'ECIALTIES Railroad Cross-Ties, Lumber find. Wood, SO. 330 SOUTH DELAWARE AVE., PHILADELPHIA. BAR NET BOND, COMMISSION MERCHANT, •f ' . N. W. Cor. Cheapside and Pratt St., Baltimore. Personal attention given to the sales of Vegetables and Fruits, also Poultry, Eggs And all kinds Country P.-oduce. Account of sales rendered as soon as goods sold,' Refere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 8 December 1881

VOL. 1. EDMONPB & BULL, EDITORS AN 15 OWNERS, To whom all communications 6hould oo addressed. Professional Cards. "'SAMUEL'T.RO33~ ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in the Courts of the counties of Accomac and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLARS, Attorney at Law, . ACCOMAC C. H.', YA., Will practioe before the Courts of Accomao and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOCK," ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. K., VA., Will practice in all the courts of Acccmac and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. jo.ix xr.KLY, ursnuß n. quinuy,* Accomac C. H., Ya. Onancock, Va. NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at LaLyv, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore of Y r inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W, EDMONDS, ATTORNEY,AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. G. To Bcarburgli, I. 8., DEUG&IST & PHARMACIST, ACCG&JAC C. H., VA....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 8 December 1881

Enterprise. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Single copies, - - five cents §I.OO a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. AOOOMAC C. IT., > T A., DEC. 8,1S?1. THE Legislature of Virginia convened in Richmond on yesterday, mid never before in the history of the State has a body assembled within its limits that has filled the hearts of so many of her people with anxious forebodings. The party defeated in the late contest are unable to conceive how a body can do anything conducive to the interests of Virginia, "when the balance of power is in the hands of those who have hitherto shown themselves most hostile to those internets. They fail to see what good can accrue to Virginia with their „ former slaves as the controlling power in making her laws. They feel that in the distribution ol thfe rewards incident to the foul coalition, places of ; trust must be filled by those incompetent by reason of their past associations and want of education. They fear the deep an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 8 December 1881

fjcraJa (L'nlcrprise. Entered at the Postolikte at Accoliiac C. 11., YJV., iis second-class-,matter. AOCOMAO C. 11. DEC. «S, ISSI. LOCAL NEWS. HON. WM. P. M. KELT.AM: left by steamer Helen for liichmond on Saturday last. Mr. Gus PARKER is qifite sick at his residence in this town, but not dangerously. Mil. JOHN J. BLACKSTONE, treasurer of Aecomac, is at this time in the city of Kichmond. A rosTAL from the lion. George T V Garrison informs us of his safe arrival in Washington. THE personal property of Lancelot Ward, deceased, was sold at his late residence on Tuesday last. HOG killing season is now in full l»last. Mr. James P. Lilliston has killed one weighing 5004. Next, J JUDGE B. T. GUNTER will sell, at Belle Haven, on the 17th inst., certain lands lately belonging to Mr. A.J.Ward. OUR friend Mr. A. B. Gunter has returned home in fine health. "A worthy son of a worthy sire," we are glad to greet him. MR. ROBEUT POULSON has re- turned, from his Texas home in bad ' health. "We hope ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 8 December 1881

GEORGE T. AMES & CO., Produce Commission Merchants! tfO. b fewLY'B WHARF, [NEAR Fit ATT BTI}ISEt [ I BALTIMORE, MD. Shipping Letter, X. WM. B. CHOWNING, —WITH—SMITH, SHIPLEY & CO., General 'Commission Merchants, 179 W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE. REFERENCES: T. SHIPLEY, Conductor B. &O. R. 11. |.51. C. PRICE, Loosville, Ohio. JOHN BOSS, Olonn'B Postoffieo, Ya. j .JOHNSON, SMITH & CO., Pittsburg," PotmKERNGOOD BROS., WholOßftlo Dry Gooilts, | fylvania, BaHimoro. i 11. BUIiGES, Gloucester 0. 11., Virginia, JOS. G. SAVAGE, "" —'WITH — L. P. CORBIN, General Commission Merchant, FRUIT, PRODUCE, FISH, OYSTERS, Etc. . NO. 304 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA. WM. T. CONQUEST. WM j. CONQUEST, JB. P. L. CONQUEST, WM. T. CONQUEST & SONS, * # J. • / General Commission Merchants. tPECIAUTIES: Railroad Cross-Ties, 1/amber and Wood, NO. 330 SOUTH DELAWARE AYE., PHILADELPHIA. BARNET BOND, COMMISSION MERCHANT, , N. W. Cor. Cheapside and Prait...

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