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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 11 August 1888

William Gamvslb Established 1871. Andrew uamw.e .Mus liliul iimuk No. 185 Beade Street, New York. Kofoiviu-es?A. M. Nottinghaiii, Looiistville,Va., People's Bank, N.T. All checks on lirin cashed on presentation bv A. .M. Nottingham. ^Shipping No. B'? E. II. Q; inn j;. .1. Quinn QUIM3I <?k. CO., 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in "Poultry, G?iuie ami Produce of every description. ?Reference?A-M. Xottti'fflnirti, !>>e;istville. Va. All checks on firm cashed on jmsi nlaii-'ii b> A. M. Nottingham. Elbritlge F ifuck j Eve>oti T. Noel: EVERETT T IOCS I Whole ale Shippers anil 308 S. Front St. & S. w. corn* Delaware avenne & Dock St. Ami Nos. 1. 2. 3 & 4 S. Deht'vi .we avenne Market, PlulfuPa. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS, Wholesale Produce IIllITi Strawberries, Potatoesj i'ca.s, &c. 122 BOCK ST., Philadelphia, T. (i. Eairiw.ks. Gco. w. Tali, it. E. Cuehron, E. M. Hanson, Special. F?XMB?wm, mm ? m*t (8ucce*$orxto R, F. COCHM a rfc CO.,) Mm ten M?ts, rib...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 11 August 1888

ACCOM.AC COUKT-IIUUSE. VA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11,1SSS. Entered at the Posto?ice ;tt Accomac C. n.,Va..as seconu-classmatter. Fmi?cE?alJlectioii, 1888. For President: G KOT ER OLK V ISLAND, New York. For Vice-President: ' A LLEN G. TEUREM AN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: GILMOB S. KEND \LL, Northampton. Tiie people through their repre pent:'tives in convention at Frcd erickshnrg have spoken, und Gil mint S. Kendall of Northampton, is -U'C J).y mocrajjc nomiiife lor Con gi'rs* in the 1st distr c\ In making the announcement we couple with It. our hearty approval of the pro c.< ed n<rs of the Convention and place his name at the head of our columns as the standard bearer of the Democratic party with peculiar pleashVe. A young man of splen did ability, entirely conversant u iih the political issues of the day, altogether free from en I anglemen I s. of :-.!! seals because thenimiiiiution comes to him unsought, a man without fear and guile, with un? bounded populfiiity in his own ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 11 August 1888

ACC?MAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, AUGUST 11. I8SS. A cross-mars on your paper, '?ffore SIT yonr name, made with pee. and ink. tgp indicates that your snib^riptioh has expired, or is due, anii you are re? spectfully solicited to remit or re fti** new. LOCAL NEWS. The Aeeomac Baptist Association j will l-eheld on Olm.coteigne Island this' J ^ear, commencing Augusi lUth. j Rev; II. M.-Wluuton of BadimoVi v. ill preach tomorrotv (Sunday), at. Zibn,: 11 a. m., and at Lectuout 3.30 p. m. When vi".' visit Baltimore stop at thej Msiiiby IToiiso, where \\\\\ he found firsfcelass accounuodat ions and exceed? ingly low nites. A race will come oil at Cattle Teint liixt Tuesday. 2 p. in... between 'he tmttcaox ?<:' v'. 1*. M.tsoti and Sain*' Holland for a Iwnel oi eider Cleifc Oldham says business was live? ly in ilk- clerk's office last Tkmsday. He issued^ - marriage licenses and brought 3 divoieesuili. Mr. John .1. Blackstonc. treasurer of the comity authorizes us to say, thai he will lie a...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 11 August 1888

?fe^ CONSTRUCTION^ Inthe manufacture of this wonderful cnrt only the very best quality of every .hing is used. Wheels. Kenney patent, A ! grade: axles steel, dorn le collar. *u-/^ * inch: shafts, best second growth hlclcc v, thoroughly seasoned. XXX X quality The r. at and body fiante is constructed of Tsteel side pieces: bottom made of otieered wood, three thicKniSses thor? ough-rivited to side pieces. The rifle pieces are connected in front in der sb. rts with a joint, and are supported by means of two spiral springs, as shown ii 3ut. These springs a> made fiom best ciucible steel, and twelve leet coded in each, ?il tempered. laminated wood seat yottou ; forged iron Seat rail;.rmished in i !:e whitepncely sltipeU., and lull leather trimmed. This out guaranteed in all parts; ?:-Carefully Note These Points.-'-:? 1. This essy riding cart has no seat bars to climb over in getting in or out of t o seat. This makes it desirable for all clashes "f people 2. It is the only cart that ca...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 11 August 1888

Of the Eleventh Annual Fair ?OF THE? Eastern Shore Agricultural Association Under the Auspices of the PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, At their Fair Grounds, near Keller, Accoiiiac County, 7a. [ Commencing Tuesday August 21st. 1888, and continuing 4 Days. J^^Eiitrics may be raad?.?fter July 1st, by letter oddrcs ed to the Secretary, Dr. J. E. Mapp, Keller, Aceo.iiaecounty, Va. () F F I G E R S F O R 1 8 8 8. 0. ET. Adair, President, Dr. J. B. MArr, Secretary. BOARD OF MANAGERS. T. 0. Kki.i.vm. L. C. Mears. J. J. Wbscott, W. T. Juhssox, W. F. Flrmino. .!. M. West. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. To Receive Guests aud Visitors?G. H. Adair, 13. W. Mears, L. H. Ames, A. J. Meaks. To Arrange Horses?T. V. Kkt.i.am, Wm. E. Mait. To Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements?Wm. T. Mears. To Arrange Stuck and Fowl?U. R. Hutchinson. To Arrange Produce Department?John E. Harmon, E. S. Wise. To Arrange Ladies' Department?Wm. T. Johnson, J. M. West, Chic! of Police?Wm. P. Fi.kmixo. DESIGNATION OF OFFICERS?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 11 August 1888

El DR. TA1ME. 1BT3 BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN DAY SERMON. Subject: "Is Orthodoxy Stale and Un? reasonable? "?Ureaclied at tl?c Chanluuqun, (N. Y.l Assembly of Religions Educators. Tkxt: "?Ask for* the old paths, tehcrt is tlieyood way, an I mtlk therein, andue shall find i est for your souls.?Jeremiah vi,, 10 A {jte.it London fog has come down uuon Poni? of the ministers and some of t!ie churches in the simp* of what is called "ad? vanced thought" in Biblical interpretation. Ail of them, nnd without any exception, deny the full inspiration of tho Bible. Gencs's is an allegory, and there are ninny myths in the Bible, and they philosophize anil guess and reason nnd evolute until they land in :i great continent of mud, from which. 1 fear, for all eternity they will not be able to extricate themselves. The Byble is not only divinely inspired, but it is divinely protected in its present shape. You could as easily, without detection, take from the writings "of Shakespeare Hamlet, nnd institute...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 18 August 1888

rtn a tut; T"^/^lT?o"?rS ?" C*:dii.i.Vj . : . . tSfctablfchwI 1M71. ~ Wilxiam Gamble ?T5'T-f TT "p" rH ^ hf1^ 1 AXWBEW GAMBLE: D n h ajjj . GAMBLE & CO.. ma No; 185 Seade Street,8** | New York. References?A; M. ??SffYftfsj^JrjTni. filltoiwfcr^ All checks t>n jiru.y_c;islictl ^iLpr^&YituUot..J&y.A?. 3C!NQttiii?l^:u.\, ?rSLu]<i.si)?r:\o.gij ' - { w **X c*;?? EM J aria 1.^1/1x5. 5 &H ?3 22 Commerce street, - . Newark,,^ Detriere-in Poidu\yvQ.i-me and-ProMuce of every?de^'tiptibn. ?S?"Tvrfererice?A.Af. Xoittt.crliam, Lf?tstvfll?. VrV. "Allchecks on- nrmieasImVt .orupnseiitati"iv-Uy a. M: Nottingham. Everett T. Xock*' Effindge F.lToctf IrUEDPTT JP WV S.Pfl Wholesale Shippers and ^30S S. Ftoji6'S&.&' &rVvTci>i-!>S: Dela^||a^ ; "* And'-'XosrO. ^ S'ltSnleravrare :.veiViie'M.^rkret,: PVfiiarl';'.." PANCOAST GRIFFITHS, Wholesale Produce lasiyil _ .? ; Strawberries?Potatoes, rcas, v^fce. 12% DOCK : . m?2$ejfaM?< T. G.-JEairtwiks. Geo. W. Tail, Ii. K. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 18 August 1888

Hinaus .(Buktpst* ACOOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18,1888. Entered at the Postoflice at Accomac C. H..Va..as secoud-classmatter. PresiuentialJuiJ??fl, 1888. For President: GRQVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-President: ALLEN G. THURRM AN, Obio. - For Cot?press?1st District: GILNOR S. KEND \LL, Northampton. The reports concerning the East ern Shore A^cultural Fair, com? mencing next Tuesday; agreejtj^ 1 :.T^j'*iqjlgfior to -'rtba^'-pf^y"previous year of its ex? istence. To that end for weeks the "managers have been engaged iD having the grounds eularged and beautified, in.providing shelter for stock, in lengthening and im? proving traek and in providing better facilities, both for caring foi and showing exhibits, and theii efforts to make the Fair a greater success we are happy to say are being appreciated. The people generally seem to have caught the spirit which has actuated the man ngers and the space already asked for in the grounds indicate not only more exhibits but ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 18 August 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, AUGUST 18,1S88. LOCAL Eastern Shore Agricultural Fair com? mences next Tuesday. A colored campmeeting commenced at Savagcville yesterday. When von visit Baltimore stop at the J Malt by House, where will be found j first-class accommodations and exceed? ingly low rates. Miss Sallie Parramorc, now in New i Yoik City, will return and resume her . school work at Accomac C H., Mon? day, September 17th. Another excursion, and it is said pos? itively the last of the season, from Cape Charles to Ocean City, m-xt Tuesdaj. Eure, l ou ml Hip, one dollar. At the gate of the fair ground this year will be found Bundick's line ice cream of the very be*t quality and the very hugest measure. His lemonade will be the half frozen shaker lemonade. Don't fail to give him a call. We are infoimed by the secretaiy of the Eastern Shore Agricultural Fair that every stable on the fair grounds has been engaged, but that twenty-live new ones will be built this week and arrange?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 18 August 1888

;j^^CO;N'S,rTRU?TXQN-s < In the manufacture ?f thia wrotafl? rrtrt onlr the vei7:b{^*qii?ltyV6ifa*Tt8 -thing is used. VAVI^els^'lTi^r^-p?ient,. A 1 grade: axles ?teel, deai>le:coll?r. ?te*i:lBcb^fhaO?, b/st-?MMiid growth;l?Jafcnrjt; :thov?.\u^ly.g^?bn?j', SX&X quality. each, oil teWpfrtd ^aptJBaledivtO?d taMom; tafo! lronJ???irafff5aii*e4 U lie wfcitejniae'l y?U iped,,??j.iall'leatber ? . trimmed. ^iiyeaAt?ai^t^fBaUiar^-v.v^Jwi ?id nzij ? :: .-:> -1 cr?J n'jobv.'? Ci??F?iLT Note .Th?rb'Pqikts " 1. This easy riding cart has no seat harsflo climb over in getting in or out of < be seat. This makes it desirable for, all,.' clasjeiof/people.. r...*"!\ i-j ,-..???i ??? ??? - 2. V Ii Ittlthe orilrfcarl that cah-bfr'adjteted to ?nit'-tiieroart ?nd tlie weight,of t ie rid? f. ' Five st^ondswdl Piodnce this great result. " " '. . ? 3. . The bottom fs^olid, in ?r,efarenpe:ro slats s>c>mmonly asrd, which prot< its driver trpm dust aud mud. . .. 4r ^Where other'carts hav...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 18 August 1888

^<tt^<tt^l^^^ ^^^^^^^_^^l^t' jffi ACGOMAC C H, VA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 18,1888.?SUPPLEMENT. Of the Eleventh Annual Fair -OF THE Eastern Shore Agricultural Association Under the Auspices of the PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, At their Fair Gronnds, near Keller, Accoiiiac County, Va f Commencing Tuesday August 21st. 1S88, and continuing" 4 Days. ^'?Entries may 1?> made after July 1st, by letter oddres ed to the Secretary, Dr. J. E. Mapp, Keller, Acconiac county, Va. OFFICE 11 S FOB 1 S 8 8. G. H. Adair, President, Dr. J. E. Maw, Secretary. BOARD OF MANAGERS. T. C. Keli.am. L. C. Mbars. J. J. Wesuott, W. T. Johnson, W. F. Fleming, j. M. W?st. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. To Receive Guests au.l Visitors? G. II. Auaiii, B. \Y. Meaus, L. II. Ames, A. J. Mears. To Arrange Horses?T. C. Kkm.am, Wm. E. Mait. To Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements?Wm. T. Hears. To Arrange Stock and Fowl?1{. H. Hirrciuxsox. To Arrange Produce Department ?John Ii. Harmon, E. P. Wise. To Airange Ladies' Dep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 18 August 1888

Ml Dl TALMABB. THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN DAY SERMON. Subject: "Queer Chrislinus."-^-Deliv ered at the Piedmont (Gn.) Chautnuqun. Text- uA'nd he was anyy and would not ijo in.?-Luke.xv., ? Is tho elder son of the parable so un? sympathetic an 1 so cold that ho is not worthy of recognition.' The fact is, that we ministers pursue the younger son. You can bear tho Happing ot his rags in many o sermonic breeze, and the eninchiug of tho pods for which ho was an unsuccessful con? testant I confers that for a long time I was unable to train the camera obscura upon the elder son of tho parable. 1 never could get negative for a photograph. There was not enough light in tho gallery, or the chemicals were poor, or tho sitter moved in the picture. Hut now I think 1 have him. Sot a side-face, or a three-quarters, or tho mere bust, but a full length portrait ns he appears to me. Tlv3 father in the parable of the prodigal had nothing to brag of in his two sons The ono was a rake and tho other a chu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 25 August 1888

William Gamble Established IS71. Axokew Gamble WM. GAMBLE ill PRODUCE C?MMiu No. 185 Reade Street, New . York. References?A. M. Nottingham, L< c.ustvillii,Va.., Penple*? Baiik,tN. Y. All checks on linn cashed on presei.faiion by A. 31. Nottingham. B^SIiipping No. 55 E. Ii. Quinx JJ. J. Quixn C0HHISSI?3F ll?I?fi, 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry. Game and Produce of every description. Efirilc'ference?A. M. Nottingham. Loc?styillp. Va. All checks on firm cashed on pn sciitnti''ii by A. M. Nottingham. Everett T. Nock imm m .ill.. n U a Elbrklge P. Nock ? JU Wholesale Shippers and SOS S. Front. St. & S. W. corner Delaware nvenue & Dock St. And Nos. 1, 2. 3 & IS.Delaware avenue Marker. Philad'a. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS, Wholesale Produce Strawberries, Potatoes, I'cas, &c. i?g BOCK ST!r PMladelpMs, T. G. Eairlmnks. Geo. W. Tnll, 11. I". Uoclimn, E. M. Hanson, Special. (Successors to R, E. CO CUR AX <C- CO.,) fft I I |f 3 i >MMi flffl ! PS flfl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 25 August 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, AUG UST 25,18S8. Entered at the Postoflice at Accomac C. II..Va.. as second-class matter. Presi?ential_Election, 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Yiee-President: ALLEN G. THUHKMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: GILM OR S. KEND *LL, Northampton. Somebody signing himself: Ac comae" has been writing articles on the tariff for the Fredericksbnrg Free Lance in the interest of the Republican party. The writer, whoever he is, thinks he knows it all. and would have us believe that Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, Picards and all the other illustrious political economists did i oSknow what they were writing about. As Shakspere says, "what fools we mortals be." The Republican party in its na? tional platform recently adopted at Chicago opposes any reduction in iarid'taxes but proposes to reduce the immense surplus in the treas? ury by taking the internal revenue tax off ol whisky and other : intoxi? cating liquors; in other words to tax t...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 25 August 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA BATUKDAY, AUGUST '25, IS.SS. S3- a eross-mavK on your paper, v?eioie i^" your name, -nade with pen and ink, ? tg" indicates tnat your subscription has1 B?r expired, or is due, ant. you are re-: $3T spectftdiy solicited to remit or re-; g?" new LOCAL NEWS. When von visit Baltimorest?p at tho ; "Maltby Hoose, where will be. found j first-class ?ccommodations and exceed- j ingly low rates. A festival will conic oft at Garrisons; Chapel, Wednesday afternoon, Sept.. ?5th and concert in evening of sameday. Supper, ice cream &c. served at fair prices on the occasion. ITon. T. n. Bayly Biowne was re-! nominated as candidate for Consuls in i the Republican Convention, which as-j senibied at Gloucester C. IL,last Wed? nesday. _ Our readers will excuse as if thr lo- i cals are a little short; this week. U'ej were compelled to attend the Fair to look after the dollars due us by delin? quents, i Mr. Wia. Ii. Allen, near AocomacC. H., was i un over Thursday at Fair Gro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 25 August 1888

-^CONSTRUCTIONS 3 In rhe manufacture of this wonderful A 1 grade: axles steel, double collar. s!?.i The seat and body frame is constructed oughly riyited to side pieces. The .vide \ means of two spiral spi ings. as shown in . each, oil tempered. laminated wood 6eat nttorn; foryed iron seat rail; finished in i trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all pa vs. ?:-' ABKyuLi/r Note Tkvse Ponrw. irt only the very best quality of every j inch; shafts, test second growth hicko f Tsteel side pieces: bottom made of eces are connected in front tu der s! ut. These spriucs hie made from best 1. This easy riding cart has no seat ba s to climb over in getting ill or out of t' classes of people 2. "It is theoidy cart that can be ad jus .-id to suit the road and the weight of tli great result. 3. The bottom is solid, in preference t > 3lats so c ?mmonly used, which protet 4. Where other carts have liom 2 to 3 loot springs.the Spiral has 24 foot spring cart made. 5. It is the lightest draught cart in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 25 August 1888

ACCOMAC C H., VA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1888.?SUPPLEMENT. Of the Eleventh Annual Fair -OK THE Eastern Shore Agricultural Association Under the Auspices of the PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, AI tMr Fair ?rol?s, w Keller, Accomac County, Yi ,'Commencing Tuesday August 21st. 1888, and continuing 4 Days. Entries may l>c made after July 1st, by letter addressed to tlio Secretary, Dr. J. E. Mapp, Keller, Accomac county, Va. OFFICERS FOR 1 S 8 8. G. H. Adair, President; Dr. J. E. MApr, Sceretnry. BOARD OF MANAGERS. T. C. Kella?. L. C. Mbars. J. J. Wsscorr, AV. T. Joiissox, AV. F. Fleming. .1. M. AVkst. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. To Receive Guests und A'isitors?G. U. Adah:, B. AV. Mbars, L. H, Ames, A. J. Meaks. To Arrange Dorses?T. C. Kellam, AVm. E. Maw. To Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements?AVm. T. Meaks. f To Arrange Slock and Fowl?It, R. Hutchinson, i" To Arrange Produce Department?John K, Harmon, E. S. AVisk. To Airangc Ladies' Department?AVm. T. Johnson, J. M. West, Chiel of Po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 25 August 1888

DR. TALMAGE. TU t: BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN PAY SERMON StibJcet: "Trouble on Both Sides." Text: "There was a sharp rock on the one side, and a sharp rock on the other side."?L Samuel, xiv, 4. The cruel army of the Philistines must bo taken and scattered. There is just one man; accompanied by his bodyguard, to do that thing. Jonathan is the hero of the scene. 1 know that David cracked tho skull of the giant with a few pebbles well slung, and that throe hundred Gideonites scattered tea thou? sand Anialekilos by the crash of broken crock? ery; but here is a" more wonderful.conflict, Yonder are tho Philistines on the rocks. Here is Jonathan with his bodyguard in tho valley. On the one side is a rock called Bozez; on tho other side is a rock called Seneh. These two wore as famous in olden times as in modern times are Plymouth Kock and Gibralter. Thc-y wore precipitous, tin Bpaleable, and sharp. Between these two rocks Jonathan must make his ascent. Tho day comes for the sealing of tho heigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 September 1888

volume viii " accomac c. h., va. saturday, SEPTEMBER. [ L888 ' . " N?MBEkZ 'William Gammle Established 1871. Andrew Gamble IM wMm No. 185 Reade Street, New York. Jfcpferences?A. M. Nottingham, LocnstviHe.Va., People's Bank, IT. Y. All checks on linn cashed on presentation by A. M. Nottingham. i^Shippiug No. 55 E. II. Qi/jxv Ji. j. Quixm COMMISSI? MlRCHAIfii, 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game and Produce of every description. ^"Reference?A. M. Nottingham, Locastvill?. Va. All checks on firm cashed oi! prison, at i"ii by A. M. Nottingham. Elbridge P. Node Everett T. Nock mirrihiiTirp m am, in Ju Jv-y ?? Wholesale Shippers and 30S S. Front St. & S. W. corn?;- Delaware avenue & Dock St. And Nos. t, 2, 3 cc i S. Delaware avenue Murker, Philud'a. PANCOAST & GB1FFITHS, Wholesale Produce Strawberries, Po: atoes, i'eas, &c. t%2 DOCK &T<] a, T. G. Eairkmks. Geo. W. Tull, ?M?MKK TfflMM ? (Successors to R, E. COCHRAH ? CO.,) 90 PARK PLAUE, Ii. F.....

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 September 1888

ACCOMAC COUItT-HOUSE. VA. SATLTKDAY. SEPTK3JBKR 1, 18SS entered at the Tostortice at Accomac C. Il..Va..as second-class matter. Presi?enlial_El8ction, 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-President: ALLEN G. TflUERMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: GILJIOR S. KENDALL, Northampton. The Democrats of Virginia opened the campaign all along thr lino last Monday. Congressman Tarsney, of Michigan, Capt. Jack Hudgin, ot Caroline, Capt. Phi; McKinney, of Prince Edward, and Gilmor S. Kendall, Esq., made line speeches here in the afternoon,and Messrs. Tarsney, Hudgin aud Ken? dall spoke at Gnancock at night.? Senator Daniel, of Virginia, and Senator Llackburn, of Kentucky, made powerful speeches at Nelson C. II.: Paul Edmunds, Democratic| candidate foi Congress in Sixth: district, and Judge Walter R. Sta pley spoke at Christiaushnrg; Rev. Posey G. Lester, Democratic can? didate for Congress in tbe Fifth district, met and routed his oppo? nent at Patrick C. H.; Harry St....

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