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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 September 1888

ACCOM AC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, September 1, 1SSS Sir A eross-marK on your paper, Del ore Se*T your name, made with pen and ink, i&T indicates tnat your subscription has expired, or is due, auu yon are re IST sped, fully solicited to remit or re ^iT new.' LOCAL NEWS. The Hoard of Supervisors will meet Tuesday next, September 4th, 18SS. The question "for or against Honor license,1' wiUhevotel upon in Mctouip kin magisterial district today. W.T, Bunrtick or Onancock, received ! another fine cargo of northern ice this \ week. When von visit Baltimore stop at the : Maltby House, where will be found j first-class accommodations and exceed-1 Ingly low rates. The secretary was unable to furnish ( this week a full list of premiums j awarded at Eastern Shore Agricultural: Fair, hut will do so in t ime for our next issue. Hollies Baptist Church recently en? larged and rebuilt, and now one of the i handsomest churches on the Eastern j Shore of Virginia, will be dedicated to-1 I morrow. ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 September 1888

^^CONSTRUCTI^ In the manufacture of this wonderful :art only the very best quality of eve: limp ismsed. "Wheels, Kenn? y patent, A 1 grade: axles steel, double collar, slzv I inch; shafts, best second erirplh hick, v, thoroughly seasoned, X XXX quality The seat and body frame is constructed of Tsteel side pieces: bottom made 01 renewed wood;;three thickm s,es. tlior ouuhly rivited to side pieces. The side' ieces are connected In front under si fts with a joint, and are. sti) norted by means of two spiral springs, as shown in cut. Three springs are made from best c; ncible at eel, and twelve fee', coiled in each, oil tempered, laruinatrd wood ecat bottom; forged irou seat rail; fluished t&! -io whitemiccjy stiiptd, and lull leather trimmed. This out guaranteed ia tdl j>? rtfc . ?-:ABB??U.t SfoJTBTSSgS IfWBfc 1. This easy riding cart has no seat burs to climb over in Retting In cr o?w of ti e seat. Teds make* It tlewrable for all classes of people 2. It is the onb? cart that ea...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 September 1888

SUMMER AND WINTER. In the mellow month of Juno When the tawny thrushes sing, And the yellow cowslips spring From the meadows by the brook% IV hen in dusty forest nooks Elfin huntsmen wind the horn And tho clover-seentod mom Ripens into cloudless noon, Thon 1 love to lie alone In the grass on some cool hill. While the mendow-larks all shrill " Life is music.*1 Oare and p:iiu Faro but ill in summer's reign. When the hills aro wrapped in sheets. When the snow whirls on the leas. And the icy-fingered trees Sparkle in the moon's cool light, When the clouds in the loug night Weave a pall for tho dead year, And the keen wind hurls its spear Hifjut at every one it meets, Then my henrt is never sad, For I think of breezy spring, v And the jovs that it will bring? Of the robins on the lawns Piping in the dewy dawns. "- IV. F. Smyth. SILVER CAMr\ r.Y GEORGE E. WALSH: The grim, silent miners took up their ?work each morning where they hail left it the night before, ana stubbornly swung pick and...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 September 1888

FOR FARM AND HARDEN, Saltpeter Sot niton. I'ut one totispconful ol saltpeter in n piiil of water. A pint poured around each hill of cucumbers or squashes is very good for tho plauts and very bad for the bugs, both striped and black, which burrow nt night in tho earth about the plants. Cut-worms also are said to dislike earth treated with salt? peter. This is a remedy which certaiuly would be very useful to tho plnnts, and if, as claimed, it destroys or keeps away insect marauders, it will prove most valuable. 1Vu:>ii BEt-u* Are Xuo Fut. Replyiug to a correspondent, Farm and Homo says: For your Plymouth Rock hens which are excessively fat and do not give you many oggs, tho best morning feed is a mixturo of oats, wheat, bran, barley aad corn in tho following proportions: 20 pounds of cars, 20 pounds of wheat bran, 20 pounds of barley and 15 pound3 of i rn. Mis a portiou of this feed with sealding water every morning, add a a little salt aud pepper, and throw in all the tablo refuse...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 8 September 1888

volume vm ?CGQM?C C. H., VA. SATURDAY, SpPTEMBER 8, L-388 NUMBER 10 William Gamble Established is?i. ANOBEW GAMBLE ?J DM iiu Iii MERCHANTS, No. 185 Reade Street, New York. References?A. M. Nottingham, Locustville.Va., People's Bank, N. Y All checks on firm cashed on presentation by A. M. Nottingham. EPShippiiig No. 55 E. U. QuiSN li. J, QUINX QUMif ?& CO, iiiiiisisi iiiiisfii 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game, and Produce of every description. ^Reference?A. M. Not! ii'iihaiv:, [?ciistvllle. Va. A11 checks ou firm on pri scuta;i' ? by A. M. Nottingham. Everett T. Nock 1 Klbrldge F Nock m Clil?l ? i NOGK pn uU, Wholesale Shippers and 30S S. "Front St. & S. W. come; Delaware avemie & Dock St. And Nns. 1, 2, 3 & 4 S. Delaware avenue Market. PhihuPa. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS, Wholesale Produce HI Straw berries, Potatoes, Fcas, &e. tm bock sr., _ mm&ipkte-. T. (i. Eairbai-ks. Geo. W. Tull, Ii. E. Codimn. E. M. Hanson. Special; FAIBM?MMM,. f...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 8 September 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY. September 8,1SSS Kutered at the Postoflice at Accoraac C K.. Va.. as second-class matter. PiesifleEtianMii, 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Viee-Presideiit: A LLEN G. THURRMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: G ILM OR S. KEND \LL, Northampton. Thar. "Noble Old Kornau" Allen G. Thtirmnn has been out to Miciii gan and made a great speech at Port Huron in that State. Mr. Thr.iman's journey was liKe s triumphal progress all along the line and he was forced to make many short speeches to the gtea^ crowds that-assembled at various pla ?ces as be passed along. His speech' es were confined mainly to a dis enssion of the tariff, and his state meiits are so plain and his illus? trations so fore.i ole, (one ol them being almost identical with oue we used in a recent editorial in this paper), that we reproduce the fob j lowing brief extracts from his short speech at Toledo: U<A tariff,'" said Mr. Thurm n. is nothing in this world but a...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 8 September 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 8, 1888 55s" A eross-marK on your paper, bet?re your name, -Made with pen an I ink, C?r indicates mat your sul^criptioii has (3T expired, or is Aim. am. yoa arc re SST speefcfully solicited to remit ?:; re g3F new. LOCAL J). J, Titlow & Co., have mo; . ;o Main street next door to W. R. 'l.C. Irt t. See advertisement on local psge of paper. When von visit Baltiruoi estop it tha Malt by Louse, where will lie touad first-classaccommodation* and; ingly low rates. Buy your fresh beef and ice ere;] ; at1 BuiidicK?. A balioon ascension and heuiiti;?l ->-! play of fireworks are tobe interest -.g features of the festival at HaPwo??J. I Thursday evening. Sept. 13. John D. Campbell, a g?Kiu fid me; 1 ' evcettent young man, died at ids;: .;' near Locustville, Thurs<lav. At.: ? ?;?' SOUi, of typhoid fever, aged 32 ye- i - ; Id -.the "locai option' 'election i;..- . MelompKin district, last Saturday. Has I ?wets' were victors, the vote hc-ii t...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 8 September 1888

fes^CON STRUCTI01NU ^ In xlie manufacture of this wonderfa cart only the very best quality of everything is used. Wheels, Kenney patent, a 1 grade: axles steel, double collar, si: e 4 inch: shafts, best second growth lijckory, thoroughly seasoneil, XXXX quality The seat and oody frame is constructed of Tsteel side pieces; bottom made of veneered wood, three thicknesses, thoi> ou'ddv rivited to side pieces. Thc?Mt pieces are connected in fiout m der s' arts with a joint, and are supported bv means of two spiral springs* as shown in cut. These springs are- made from bof ? c; ucibic slot:!, and twelve feet coiled ill each, oil tempered, laminated wood se- i bofctom: forged iron seat rail; finished h thu white;nicely striped, a*)d full leather trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all parts. ?:-Carefully Note These Points.-:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat bars to climb over in getting in or out of Hie scat. This makes jt desirable for ali classes of people 2. It is the only cart th...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 8 September 1888

.' ACC?MAC C H, VA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1888.?SUPPLEMENT. A PERFECT nEST. Behold tlio boy?throughout the livelong ! day, ' Ho follows on where e'er his fancy leads. Till, tired of every sport it con suggest, : His mother's fond embrace supplies Iiis needs. Upon her breast, By her caressed, He is nt. home, And homo is perfect rest. The world is but a ruthless battlefield; The boy to manhood grown, must tight his way; Wounded, in tears, h> seeks his loving wife, His wounds are healed, his tears are wiped away. * - Upon her breusfc, By her car* ssed, He is at home, And home is perfect rest. Oblivion comes?they err who call it death? 'Tis passing slumbir, fraught with untold charm*: On angel wings the sleeper's borne aloft, The shadows pass, he wakes in Jesus' arms. % Upon his breast, By him .%iresse.l, He is at home, And home is perfect rest. ?Charles L Dean, in the Current. MAQUINAB MANTLE. BY KOllEKT KKI.sO.V. c,Wc!l, boys," said the grandfather one day, when be had been impor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 8 September 1888

DR. TALMAGE TU B ?UOOKliYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY I SERMON. Subject: ? "Piaster.? That Will Not Stick.' (Preached at East Hamp? ton, X. Y.l Tkxt: "Miserable comforters arc ye ?!'.''i ?Job xvi., 2. The man of 1"/. had n great many trials? the loss of his family, the loss of his prop? erty, the loss of his health; li.it the most ex? asperating thin; that came upon him was the tantalizing talk of those.who ought to j have sympathized with him. Looking I around upon them, and weighing what they j had said, he utters tho words of my text. i Why did God let sin come into the world? It is a question I often hear discussed, but nevvr satisfactorily answered. Col made the world fair and beautiful at the start. If our first parent had not sinned in Eden, they might have gene out of that garden and found fifty paradises all around tho earth?Europe, Asia. .Africa, North and i South America?so many flower gardens, or i orchards of fruit, redolent and luscious. I suppose that when GoJ poured out tho Gih...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 15 September 1888

William Gamble Established 1S71. Axomtw Gamble WM. GAMBLE & CO., PMlf rnuuuuiL a J!ii iu mi No. 185 Beade Street, New York. References?A. M. Nottingham, tocustviII?,Vra., People's Bank, N.T. All checks on firm cashed oil presentation by E. B. Swauger & Co. E5^Shippii.g No. 55 E. ii. QuiSX 13. j. Quixn 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry. Game and Produce of every description. Elbridge F. Nock Evewtt T. Nock nirr,Jj|nri rn , NOCK b Pi J Whole ale Shippers and 30S S. Front St. & S. W. corner Delaware avenue & Dock St. And N?s. 1, 2, 3 & 4-S. Delaware avenue Market, PlrilsuPa. PANCOAST & GB1FFITHS, Wholesale Produce SUP Strawberries, Potatoes, react, &c i&g vom $T<, T. (??. EairUiuks. Geo. W. Toll, lt. E. UiKsiiRin, E. M. Hanson, Stifcial. {Successors to B, E. COCHRAX <fr (70.,) ?8 II ?Fiji 96 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK. Shippioii^rmber 3d..-; . Sweet .potatoes- a fpeohtlty in their season j Successors to D. l>. ST akin, ,-OilD 98 Par...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 15 September 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY .SEPTEMBRB 15,1S8S Entered at the Postofllce at Accomac C. ?..V.\?. as second-class matter. Freiffltigpt 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-President: A LLEN G. TI1URRM AN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: G ILM OR S. KENDALL, Northampton. Tbc letter of acceptance of Pres? ident Cleveland was given to'the public last Monday, and there is but one opinion concerning ir, not ouly among the Democrats but the great bulk of toe Repnblicans. All agree that it is a mauly aud able defence of his position on the lead? ing questions ol the day. It is in? deed an admirable document, deal? ing as It does in a bold and vigor? ous manner with the issues upon which the Democratic party places itself before the country and asks for a continuance of power. Iiis for the most part devoted to the question of taxation?the leading one of today, and an unprejudiced mind whatever the political per? suasion, can hardly fail to be im? pressed by the for...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 15 September 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURJ)AY,S-KPTEMBEE 15,1SSS GsT A crosa-maiK on your paper, bet?re S?r your name, made with pen and ink, tgg* indicates tnat your subscription lias egg" expired, or is due, am. you are re S?T sitfclfully solicited to remit or re r?T u bt?* ? LCG?L NEWS. Nursery stock at very low prices is offered for sale by Mr. Caleb Boggs, Chrswold, Del., through our columns today. W. T. Biindiefc has paid to -g. T. West sixty dollata In cash during the last) car for the privilege of selling "beef at On an cock. When you visit Baltimore stop at tho Maltbv House, where will he found first-class accommodations and exceed? ingly low rates. We tip our hat to the Bed Stockings. In a match game with the Pocomoke nine at Pocomoke City; Inst Thursday, they won- score S to G, A festival will be held at Orowson town, Wednesday and Thursday next. A balloon ascension is to be an interest? ing feature of the first evening. G. S. Palmer, commission merchant, N. Y-, in a recent telegram ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 15 September 1888

-tSfeCONSTRUCTlON^ In The manufacture of this wonderful eart only the very best quality of everything is used. Wheels, K?n?? pat ent, A 1 grade: axles steel, double collar, slw } inch; shafts, best second growth hickory, thoroughly seasoned. XXXX quality The seat ?nd body frame is constructed of Tsteel side piecea: bottom made of veneered wood, three thickmsees, thor? oughly rivited to sidu pieces. The trftie pieces are connected in front ui.der shafts With a joint, and are supported by means of two spiral springs, as shown in 3tit. These springe are made from beet ci iioiblc steel, and twelv** feet coiled in each, oil tempered, laminated wood seat battom; foiged iron 8ttafcrail;?Qh<hed in tho white ;nicciy striped, and fuii leather trimmed. This cart guaranteed in al! parts. Cakbfully Note These Poikts. 1. This easy riding cart haa no seat burs to climb over in gettn g in or out of the seat. This makes it desirable for ail 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. — 15 September 1888

I ACCOMAC C H? VA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1888.?SUPPLEMENT._ THE KNIGHT IN SILVER MAIL Sholeft theiuvdle in Hie roso And pub her broidery by, And leaning from in r casement tall She beard the owlets cry. The purple sky was thick with stars, And in the moonlight pile She saw come riding from tho wood A knight insilrer mail. His plume was like the snowy fr-juj* That wreathes the roaring tid<\ The glory of his golden locks His helmet could not hide. She took the lily from-her breast (Like hers, its beauty frail), And dropped it as he rode beneath? The knight in silver mail. About her gown of crimsoa siYz She drew a mantle dark. She saw the stately castle towera Uprising fro:n t'.ie park, And <>n the lake the mated swacs, Asleep in shallow, sail. But left it all to fol'ow him, The knight in silver mail. Oh, 1 would see thy fnc.\ my love, Oh, I would see thy face! Why dost thou keep thy visor down? It is a lonely place. '' His voice was like the hollow reeds That rustle in the...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 15 September 1888

REV.DR. TALMAG E. THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY SERMON. Subject:?"The Deer Hunt.'' Tpxt: ".-Is the hart pctnt-'lh ifler Me water brooks, -o pan'eih iii>/ soul aflor Thee, 0 O Ml"?Psalm, xlii. 1. David, who mint sometime have s-e:i a deer hunt, points u< here to a hunted stag making for the water. The fascinating annual called in my text the hart, is the fame animal that in racred and profane literature is en'led the stag, the roebuck, the hind, the gazelle, the reindeer. In Central Syr a in Btolo times there were whole pasture fields of them, as Solomon suggests when he says: "I charge you by the hinds of tho Held." Their antlers jutted from the long grass as they lay down. No hunter who has bo.-u long in "Johu Drowns track," will wonder that in the Bible they were class si among clean animals, for the dews, the showers, the lakes washed them as clean as tho sky. When Jacob, the patriarch, longed for venisou, Esau shot and brought home a roebuck. Isaiah com? pares tho sprightli...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 22 September 1888

VOLUME VIII ??^fW?TT?T H.. VA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. L888_ -_- ? ?_Jff,Vtf J\m. NUMBER j 2 "WlLLTAM GAMBLE Establish, d 1671. Andkew Uamble WM. GAMBLE & CO., PRODUCE no u N MERCHANTS, No. 185 Reade Street, New York. References?A. M, Nottingham, Lccnstville.Va., People's Bank, N.Y. All checks on firm cashed on presentation by E. B. Swanger & Co. GPShipping No. 55 _ E. H. Qi-ikx B. j. Q?ixn QUINTO <5c CO., f 22 ?onijnerae street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game and Produce of every description. SpKefertmce? A. 31. Nottingham, Locust vi He, Vst. Everett. T. Nock F.lbrulge P. Nock ou., Whole ale Shipper? and 30S S. Fron I Sr. & S. VV. cornet- Delaware avenue & Dock St. And Nos. 1, 2, 3 & 4 S. Delaware avenue Market, Pbilnd'a. P ANCOAST & GRIFFITHS, Wholesale Produce CHI hmM Mlfilijiiiil i Strawberries, Potatoes, fcas, &t tZS BOOK B;T<t T. G. Eairbanks. Geo. W. Tu!'. FMMEAEEM^ IUI ? PMZadelphm. Ii: I?. Cochran, M. fHtison. Si?cia!. (?tece?Mt? f?...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 22 September 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. BATURDAY.SErTKMBKR 22,1SS8 Entered at the Postoftice at Aceomiu C. H..Va..as second-class matter. Presi?eiitial_Election, 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, JSTew York. For Vice-President: ALLEN G. THUERMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: GILM OR S. KEND iLL, Northampton. A correspondent of onr Republi can contemporary, the Free Lance, has made "a care fid esiimate from reliahlo sources," of (he vote of Hie First Congressional District and according to his figures, Browne's majority over Kendall this year will be 179. That correspondent is a Erownite, who is kind enough to impart the information also, that be is a Democrat. At least he is not in full membership yet in the Republican party, but probably ex pecfs to get. there, and like all con-' verts, therefore,naturally is a lit-! tie enthusiastic, With a bosom' swelling with pride for Mr. Browne,; because of his "distinguished ser j vices" however, ho reduces his ma- j jority from 1900 in the last Co...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 22 September 1888

ACCOMAC COCKT-HOUSE. VA 6AT?B.DA Y.Septembeb 22,LSSS A cross-martc on your paper, t>ef ore tSST your name, 'made with pen aiwl ink. C?" indicates mat your sivb^ription has ?3f expired, or is due. an?( you are re spectfully solicited to remit or re *ST new. LOCAL NEWS. Circuit court commences Tuesday, the 2nd ilay of Octohor next. All the public scbo>ls in Accomac wiil re-open, Monday. Ootober 1st. For a line assortment of the lat<*s< N. Y.. styl 's in gents' neckwear, go to Titlow's department store. HrouJ. W. ft,Blackstone will address the Democratic Club of Qnancuck, on Friday night, September 28th. % *_2_ When von visit Baltimore stop at the Maltby House, where will he found first-class accommodations and exceed? ingly low rates. In the race at Pnngotcague lasl Wed? nesday between Julia Morrill and Twi? light, the former won the 2nd, 3rd and 4th heats and the race. Louisa Johnson, colored, was seat to jail last Wednesday, for 90 days by Jus? tice Higgiris, for obtaini...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 22 September 1888

1 ^feCONSTRUCTIONsSSS* In the n anufactureof this Wonderful curt only the very best quality of everything is used. Wheels, Kenney patent, A 1 grade: axles steel, double caller, size i inch; shafts, test second growth hickory, thoroughly seasoned. XXXX quality The seat ami body frame is constructed of Tsteel side pieces; bottom made of veneered wood, three thicknttwea, thor? oughly rivilcd to side pieeea. Thetflde pieees are connected in front ut der shafts with a joint, and are supported by means of I wq spiral springs, as shown In out. These springs are made from best ci ucible steel, and twelve foet coile<l in each, oil tendered, laminated wood sea. bottom; forged iron seat rail^nished in thr whitemioely striped, and full leather trimmed. This cas t guacauteed :u alt pat Is. ?:-CAEJSFTJLLY N?TE THESE POINTS;-:? 1. Thi* easy i idi.;ig cart has no sect l?i-5 to climb over in getting In or out v>t seat. This makes It desirable for all classes of oeoplo 2. It is the only cart th...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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