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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 23 June 1888

ycMsIa (fcntcrpria. ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATUKPAY, JUNE 23, 1SSS. LOCAL NEWS. - A supplement to the EsTEnrniSK ap pears with this issue, mm as it enable* us to trive to our subscribers several col? umns more of tending matter than has Wen (riven them bei cto'ore. we shall I hope that the expense thereby incurred i will l? met by an increased patronage. | At least we hope that the public will appreciate our effoi Is to serve them bet? ter by meeting promptly in the futme their < bluatlons to us. One thing is certain.that we cannot afford at the ex? pense at which the Kntkui'iusk i now published. to send it to Subscribers who; do not pay us. At this lime especially do we r.eed all that is due us, having recently purchased the Masonic build-j in::at an expense to us of $700. Tcj meet the outlay and the additional cost of the supplement.we must have money ami we hope all who owe as will pay us and at once. Prompt payments with our present patronage will enable us to make other imp...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 23 June 1888

^^CONSTRUCTION^S> In the manufacture of this wonderful cart only the very best quality of everythinpr is used. WhHds,JCer?n*y patent, ?A 1 grade; axles steel, double collar, size i inch: shafis. bvt mcomI growth hickorv. thoroughly si-asoueo. XAXX quality TKe seat and body hau.e is constructed of Tsteel side pieces: bottom made of ycueered wood, three thieJtm si*^ thor ou,'ii?4-livited Id side pieces. The side p:eces are connected in front ui.dcr shuTU with a joint, and are ?uppnrUri by m ans YuHwo spiral Springs, chcrodn cut. These springs are made from best c: wihle steel, and twelve feet roitod in each, oil tejfriw^Umrinaied wood seafVgttom; forged iron seat rail; finished in Vise white ;nicely atripml, am} full lather trimmed. Tliis eait guaranteed in all part* - . ?:-Cakefully Note-These Points.-:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat bars to climb over in getting iv. or out of the seat. This makes It desirable for all classes of people 2. It is the only cart that can be adj...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 23 June 1888

AC?OMAC C H, VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 23. 1888.?SUPPLEMENT. Of the Eleventh Annual Fair -OK THE Eastern Shore Agricultural Association Under the Auspices of the PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, At their fair Grounds, m Keller, Accomac County, Ta ! Commencing Tuesday August 21st. 1888, and continuing 4 Days. EgF~Eiitries may be made after July 1st. by letter aildres e 1 to the Secretary, Dr, J. E. Mnpp. Keller.^Acco.iiac county, \rn. O F F I G E R S F O K 1 8 8 S. G. II. Adair, President, Dr. J. E. Mapp, Secretary. BOARD OF MANAGERS. T. C. Ki-:Lt. vm. L. C. Meaks. j. J. Wkscott, W. T. Johnson, W. P. Fleminu. J. M. West. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. To Receive Guests and Visitors?G. II. Adaiu, 13. W. Mkaus, L. H. Ames, A. J. Hears. To Arrange Horses?T. C. Kei.i.am, Wsi. E. Maw. Ti> Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements?Wm. T. Hears. To Arrange Stock and Fowl?R. 11. Hutchinson. To Arrange Produce Department?John E. Harmon, E. S. Wish. To At range Ladies' Department?W>r. T. Johnson, J. M. ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 23 June 1888

DK. TALMA.GE. TH K BROOKLYN DIVINE'SSUNUAV SERMON. Subject: "Pnlpit and Prosa Mailc Allies." Text: "The children of this world are in ilfHr generation wiser than the children of light."? I.ukexvi., 8. Sarrod stupidity and solemn incompetency and sanctified laziness are here rebuked by Christ. Ho says worldings are wider awake for opportunities than are Christians. Men of the world grab occasions'.while Christian people let the most" valuable occasions drift | by unimproved. That is the meaning of our i Lord when ho says: "Tho children of this world are in their generation wiser than the ! children of light." A marked illustration of the truth of that maxim is in the slowness of the Christian re? ligion to take possession of the secular print? ing press. The opportunity is open, and has for some t; -to been open, but the ecclesiasti? cal eourtsaiia tho churches and the ministers of religion are lor the most part allowing tho golden" opportunity to pass unimproved. That the opportunit...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 June 1888

VOLUME VII ACCOM AC C. H., VA. SATOpDAY, JUNE 30, L8S8 "William ft am hub Established isri. axorkw (.i amble ppnn ii 'iff No. 183 Reade Street, New York. i aiii im i. r. [References?A. M. Nottingham, Lnoustvilh'.Ya., People's Bink, N. Y. Ali ?hecks on firm cashed on presentation by A. M. Nottingham. ^Shipping No. 55 E. H. Qi iXN 11. J, QUINN 0011ISSIM UMIAIfS* 22 Commerce street, . Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game .and Produce of every description. ETRefeience?A. M. Nottingham, Lictistville. Va. All checks on firm cashed mi pr? pfii:ati"ii by A. M. Nottingham. Everett T. Nock EJbralgeF Nock pf 2 pn Wholesale Shippers and 308 S. Front St. & S. W. corner Delaware avenue & Dock St. And Nos. I, 2, 3 & 4 S. Delaware avenue Market, Pliilad'a. PANCOAST & GB1FFXTHS, Wholesale Produce ib two? El D F If i r Strawberries, Potatoes, I'eas, &c. 122 DOCK ST.f T.?(??'. Eiiirluniks, Geo. W. Tull, Li. R. Uochnin, E. 2d. Ilunsnn. Special. (Successors to It, E. COCSRAH A CO.....

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 June 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY. June 80, 1888. Kntererl at the Tostcfiico at Accomac C. Hv.Vfii.as second-class matter. PiEsitatialjteiiL 1888. ; For President: GBOVKB CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-Preside-it: ALLEN G. TnUllKMAN, Ohio. For Coiirzress?1st District: JOriN W. G. EL \CKSTONE, Accomac. On Monday the Republican con? vention nominated Benjamin Bar risonof Indiana for President and Levi P. Morton of New Yoi k for vice President and two move tin fortunate? are added to the list of aspirants for the highest offices hi the gift of the nation. No one be lieves they have the ghost of ?. chance of being elected in Novem ber and all ofForls to boom them at the time of their nomination and since at the hands of their party friends fell so flat, that one can easily read between MiJ^-.J.}?,^ and see il'yii^f^iVfeeUdread.N .Sv iicleat is inscribed on thei. banner. Tlie ancestry of one (be log grandson of President Harri? son) was the most potent factor, perhaps, in securing him thp...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 June 1888

AC?OMAL COITET-HOHSE. VA SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888. LOCAL NEWS* Pungotergue camp meeting will com? mence August District Conference will convene "t Downing's church, near Oak Ha l. July 11. Richard Johnson, (en).) was lodged in ^?11 yesterday to answer chsjge of lar? ceny at grand jury term. Fourteen gallon' or line icecream iva.s retailed at Bundick's icecream parlor last Saturday. This speaks well for his cream. The cit izens < f Lcemont will cele luate 4th of July by a magnificent dis? play of fireworks loth in the afternoon and at night. When von visit Badt hn ore stop at the Malt by House, where will be found first-class accommodations and exceed? ingly low rates. W. T. Bumlick was tie first man tiia! ! cvei oiTeicd 10 pounds of ice for 5 cents j in Onancock, and' is today selling 2j l>otinds fori cent. Mr. .i?:raes C. Lang and Miss Ida J. j Warner were married at Mappsville,; Wednesday, Jui.e 27th, Rev. J. W.j Ward, officiating. Mr. A. F. Young, a prominent com mission mer...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 June 1888

Gfie Portland Mm^M UmM*^[ jfe^CONSTRUCTiON^^ Tn tbe manufacture of this wonderful cart onlv the vcrv liest quality of everything is used. Wheels/Kenney patent, A 1 grade: axles ?U el. double collar, size I inch: shafts. Vest Feeomr growth hickory; thoroughly .seasoned, XXXX <puhiy The seat and body fiame is constructed of Tsteel side pieces: bottom made of ?mecred wood, three tu'u-Jcmsses thor? oughly rivited to side pieces. The side "teces are connected in front under sbsTti with a joint, and nrt? supported by means of two spiral springs. a* shown in cut. These springs are made froiri hes: b.'ucihle sieel, and twelve feel coded in each, oil tempered, laminated wood seat bottom; forged iron-seat rail; finished in ike white udeely striped, md lull leather trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all pRfts. ?:-Cabefully Note TnESE Points.-:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat bars lo climb over in getting in or out of the seat. This makes It desirable for all classes of people 2. It is t...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 June 1888

ACCOMAC C- IL, VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888.?SUPPLEMENT. Of the Eleventh Annual Fair -OK THE Eastern Shore Agricultural Association Under the Auspices oV ilic PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, At tkeir Fair Grounds, tear Keller, Accomac County, li ! Commencing: Tuesday August 21st. 1888, auud continuing' 4 Days. Eg?"Entrics may l>- made after July 1st, by letter addres e 1t<> llio Secretary, Dr. J. k. Mapp. Keller, Acco unc county, Va. C) F F I C E R ? FOR 1^ 8 S. G. II. Adah:, President, Dr. J. E. Mapp, Secretary. BOARD OF MANAGERS. T. C. Keli.am. L. C. AIeaks. J. J. Wkscott, W. T. Jonxsox, W. P. Fleming. J. 31. West. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. To Receive Guests and Visitors?G. II. AiJAiit, B. VV. .Meaus, J*. II. Ames, A. J. Me aus. To Arrange Horses?T. C. Keu.AM, Wm. E. M.UT. To Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements?AV.m. T. Hears. To Arrange Stock and Fowl?R. R. liVrcnixsox. To Arrange Produce Department? John E. Harmon, E. S. "Wise. To Air.ingc Ladies' Department?Wm. T. Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 30 June 1888

AT CHICAGO. The Republicans in National Convention. The Platform?Protection the Issue? The Mills Bill Condemned. CEX. BKXJA31IX UAKRISOX w First Day. ?l'r?cisely at 12.31 the gnvel <5Tl^trm?n Jones^?f-the national republi? can committee, sounded' s^ridy upon tho mahogany desk.and the republican e%nTont^(^ of 1SSS was formally opened. Tho hum "'b'f conversation censed throughout the va^t auditorium, and the buzz of expectation gave place to an impressive silence as the chairman introduced the Rev. Frank \V. Guusaulus, of the Plymouth Congregational Church, of Chicago, who opened the proceedings with prayer. At tho conclusion of the prayer. Chairman Jones announced that the secretary, Mr. Fessenden, of the national committee, would read the call for the convention issued by th? national committee, illusions in the call to _ the p:sition of t'-e party upon the tariff question, to the determination of tho party to have a fair election and an honest count, and to other salient points,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 July 1888

VOLUME VI LI ACCOM AC 0 H., VA. SATURDAY, JULY 7, _IS88 NUMBER 1 "WILMA? (tAMW.E Established 1871. ANDltEW GAMIILK IVA. Finn PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCH No. 185 Reade Street, New York. Roforrnecs?A. M. Nottingham, Eo<aistvilIc,Va., People's Baak, N.Y. All checks on linn cashed on preset tat ion by A. SI. Nottingham GPShipping No. 55 E. II. Q.i;ixjc 3J. J. QU JMS ?iiinsiii 4e: 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game ami Produce of evory description. S3TRefereiic(?A. NL. Nottingham, !.-kv stvihY. Va. A It checks on firmcashed on i?nsH)t:itj"ii by '?. M. ^??tt.in.uhuii-i. Evct-tt T. >"('c;c mm m Klhriiige F Nock in J Wholesale Shippers and 308 S. Front Sr. ? S. W. cornel Delaware avenue & Dock St. AimI Nos. 1. 3 >S: 4S Delaware avenue Market, Philad'a. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS, "Wholesale Produce I iff Straw bei Ties, Potatoes, t'eas, &e. tZft DOCK ST., Philadelphia, T. Rairlwiks. Ueo. VV. Tnil, lt. K. Covhr in, E. M. Ilimsnn. j Speeinl.' F?ZRB?MKB* TUm...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 July 1888

gm?isttt? Enterprise. ACCOMAC CQURT-IIOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, July 7, 1SS3. Entered at the Postoflice at Accomac C. n.,Ya..as second-class matter. 9 MMliMm, 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-President: ALLEN G. THURRMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: JOHN W. G. BL \CKSTONE, Accomac. Melville W. Fuller will according to latest advices be confirmed a* Chief Justice of tlie United States, shortly. The false charges which Republican malignity aimed at him, cnild not be snstaiued even from the i>artisan -standpoint at which they were considered. No graver offense could be imputed to him j afrer an investigation ofj^feftrWo*^ KS^rntTn'wng^Taracter, except that he is a Democrat and yet despite the fact the Senate judiciary com - niitie?, a majority of whom are Republicans and control its acts, aro willing to do him tardy and only partial justice. They disgrace them>e,vessimi>ly by reporting his nomination without recommenda? tion. Having made every effort to...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 July 1888

ACCOM AC COURT-KOUSE. VA SATURDAY, July 7, 1SSS. LCCAL NEWS. PurgotPKgue camp meeting will com? mence Almost 2. Bundick's ice cream parlor tikes the lead. i District Conference will convene at j Downing's church, near 0;ik llall.i July 31. Bundick's new milk shakes are all the go in Onnnceck. Children's day will be ol served at Drumniondtowu Baptist Church. Sun cay. .July loth. Both ladies and gentlemen all praise Bundick's new milk shakes. When \ou visit Baltimore sti?p at the Malthv 'House, wlipre will be found first-class accommodations and exeeed ingly low rates. Dr. n. S. Pitts has recently returned from a tour West, and parties wishing bis services can sec him daily at his! otlice. The Accomac Baptist Association will be held on Chtucotengne Island ibis j year, commencing August lGth. Mr. W. T. Buudick furnished the 30 : gallons of fine en am sold on the 5th, at j the corner stone laying of Hunting Cieek M. P. Church. - Dr. I. J. Lafferty, editor of Rich.] nipiiri Christian Ad...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 July 1888

^35s- CONSTRUCTION'S* I? the manufacture ofthis wonderful oart only the very best quality of every- hing is used. Wheels,Kenney patent, A 1 grade: axles steel, double collar. Bly.t 4 inch; shafts, best second growth hicko: v, thoroughly seasoned, )CA'XX ipuhiy The seat and bodT fiame 1? cnriRtractf? o* T steel 8ido pieces: bottom made of vVueeml wood, shioe ikiuJiiu?c?t,. thor? oughly i ivifed to side pieces. 'Th? tttle ptsces are conuccWd i? front tu.der ab; 'Is with ?jom?, ajjd *re ?? juried by ni'-ans of two spiral spiings. shown In sot. These springs are mad* fr?iu best tnuoible sfc?el, twd frwalva f*n coiled in each, oil tempered, laminated wood seat bottom: forged iron seat rail; finished in i .e white ;idccly striped, and Tall leather trimmed. This bait guaranteed in all (tarts. ?:-GAKEFULLY XOTE TnESK P01NTS.:-:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat b :r* to climb over in getting in or out of the seat. This makes It desirable for all classes of people 2. It is the only cart ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 July 1888

ACCOMAC 0 IL, VA., SATURDAY, JULY 7. 1888.?SUPPLEMENT. Of the Eleventh Annual Fair 5 -OK THE Eastern Shore Agricultural Association^ Under the Auspices of the PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. At tkeir Fair Greeds, m Keller, Accomac Comity, 7a. | 'Commencing Tuesday August 21st. 1888, and continuing 4 Days. Entries may !>?? made after July 1st. by letter at hires e:lto the Secretary, Dr. J. E. j M ipp. Keller, Acco iiaccounty, Va. O F F IG ER S F O 11 1 8 8 8 G. II. Adah:, President, Dr. J. E. Mait, Secretary, |i board of managers. T. C. KjSLLAM. L. C. AIbaijs. .1 J. Wkscott, W. T. Johnson, W. F. Fleming. .1- M. W?st. committee of arrangements. To Receive Guests ami Visitors?G. H. Adah;, 15. W. Meahs, L. H. Ames, A. J. Mears. To Arrange Horses?T. C. Kellam, Wm. E. Mait. To Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements?Wm. T. Mbars. To Arrange Stock ami Fowl?lt. R. HirrcitixsuN. To Arrauge Produce Department? John IS. Harmon, E. S. Wise. To Ai range Ladies" Department?Wm. T. Johnson, J. M. W...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 7 July 1888

REV. DK. TALMAGE. THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY SERMON. Subject: ?'None Dike .Jesus." Text: "Unto you therefore which believe Be is precious.* L Toter ii., T. We bad for ninny years in tliis country conunercial depression. What was the mat ter with the stores' With the harvests! With the people.' back ot faith. Money enough, goods enough, skillful brains enough, industrious hands enough, but no faith. Now. what damages the com? mercial world damages the Spiritual. Our great lack is faith. That is the hinge on which eternity tarn;. "OV says some one ill the audience,-. "I have faith. I believe Christ came down to save the world." I reply that in worldly matters when you have faitli you always act upon it. For instance; if I could show yon a business operation hy which you could make $50 hi you would immediately go into it. You would prove your faith in what I tell you by your prompt and imme? diate a' lion. Now, if whit you call faith in Christ has led you to surrender your entire nat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 July 1888

VOLUME VIII ACCOM AC C H., VA. SATURDAY, JULY 14, L388 NUMBEE 2 "WlU.TAM gamui.e Established 1S71. Anouew Uamum: n in MJL'CE MillI1CMM1 No. 185 Reade Street, j New York. References?A. M. Nottingham, LocustvilhvVa., People's Bank, N. Y. All chocks on linn cashed on presentation by A. M. Nottingham. O^SIiippinp: No. 55 E. IL Qt. iN'N Ii. J. QlH.VN' CilMISSI?I MIEililfS, 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry., Game and Produce of every de :eription. STliorVrence?A. M. Nottinghar!, Loe?stville. Va. A3! checks on firm cashed 011 pnse-ntnli"!! ?y a. M. Ni-ttiutlhaiH. Everett T. 2\'ock 1 IIP rn 1 uu Jklbrioge F. Nock t J Whole-ale Shippers and JOS S. Front Sfc & S. W. coruri Delaware avennc & Dock St. An?! Nos. 1. 2, 3 & 4 S. Delaware avenue Market. Phibid'ji. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS, Wholesale Produce III? lUJLtUUffl. Strawberries, Po;atoes, rcas, &C t.ZZ BOCK 8T.9 Fhilad.ete.hte. T. (t. Eairl-anks, Gco. W. Tuil, 11. B. (Jodir.il), E. 31. Hanson. Special. f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 July 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, July 14, 18S8. Entered at the Fostoftice at Accomac C, H..Ya..as second-class matter. PratotianMon, 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-President: ALLEN G. TH UREM AN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: JOHN W. G. BL *CKSTONE, Accomac. The Democratic Convention which assembles at Fredericksburg, on the 9tb of Augnst, has an im? portant duty to perform. Their labors properly directed means SMceess to Democracy in the nexr congressional fight and the con verse of the proposition will prove fo be true, if unwise counsels pre? vail. There.js no-doubt that the -~-d^rnrTis Democratic, but to at? tain the end desired it is equally true, that prndpnce is required.? Ability and availability are bot! | necessary for the candidate under , whom we lire to make the fight He should have not only a thorong! acquaintance with and be able tr.; discuss intelligently the issues o the campaign but available as well by reason of his record ami free ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 July 1888

ACCOMAt COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1SSS. A cross-mars on your paper, before ?GST your name, 'node with pen und ink, ?C8T indicates mat your subscription lias S?r expired, or is due, am, you are re 4ST spectfully solicited to remit ov re tt?" new LCC?L NEWS. Bumlick's mill: shakes aie all the go, rtmgoteaguc camp meeting will com? mence August ? Children's day will be observed at Driunmoiidtown Baptist Church, Sun? day, Jidy 15 th. "i he Acfoniac Baptist Association will be leid on C-hmcoteagne Island this icar. commencing August 16th. Ladies slippeis and straw hats are new being otf> red for sale at reduced prices at L. H. Ames & Son, Pungo teague. When von visit Baltimore stop at the J'a'tbv House, where will be found I first-class accommodations and ixeeed-i ing'y low rates. - \ Rev. John McNabb lias left liome; for his summer vacation,and services will not be held in any of the churches ? in his charge for the next four Sundays _! Mr. .lohn lt. Kejlam, chairman, re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 14 July 1888

^^CONSTRUCTIONS ^ In the manufacture of thin wonderful cart only the very liest quality of ever- hing is used. Wheels. Kenn?* patent, A 1 grade: axles steel, dt uble collar. fta: J inch; shafts, hfst Fecoiid mow! h hick? v, thoroughly kh?so;;siJ. XXXX quality The seat and body fiwue to ?nntreolirt ?TBteel Bide pieces: bottom made of ? vuecred wund, turi* UiiokMcnes, thor? oughly rivitod to ride ptecat*. Tfc*#88* ?aoee we connected la front ander "is with jujuiuft, ae4 art ttajorted by means of two spiral ?pringB, 85 riiewn Is r.wt- Thrse ?pring? ?re m&do fiom best u uciblo st-wl, ?tsd kw??va.:'#? roiled in each, oil tempered, laminated wood seat bottom; foiged iron seat rail;finished in i -e white ;ui?eiy slrlnrt, as>4 itefl leather trimmed. This cai t guaranteed in all p;.rts. ?:-Carefully Note These Points.-:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat burs to climb over in getting iu or out of t' e seat. This makes U dreirabio for all classes of people 2. It is the only cart tha...

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