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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 October 1888

-^IT?ll K NUMBER J6 Jno. W.Edmonds Owner nud Editor. PUR Lien F.D EVERT 5ATITRD.iT AT ACCOM An C. H.. VA. SubsctlDtlon Kates. 1 Cony, one year 81 0,: 1 " rix months 6i; 5 " one yenr . 5.10 and a cony for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year ?10 ?" and a free copy to the seniler. AitvarSislup: Rates. I Inch, one insertion . 8 75 1 ?? tlu-pe " . 1 2r>: 1 4i one year .. 7 50? SyRates for larger advertisements for it longer time made known on appli? cation. ^Circulation larger than ?11 the pa? pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia combined. ?r*?A cros? mark oh your paper indi? cates rhat yotirsubscription has expired,! or is due, and you are respectfully solic-: ite?'i to renew or remit. Decommission men or business men ; cf any class in Baltimore, New York. ( Philadelphia. Boston, Norfolk or Rich-; mond, can reach more truckers and j farmers through the columns of The ! EXTRltritJSK than in any other war. l. floyd nock, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW and notary pub...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 October 1888

ACUOMAC COUMMIOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20,18S$ Entered at the Tortortice nt Accomm C. M..Va..as geeoiul-elaMmatter. Minttaljectiei, 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, New Tors. For Vice-Presidont: ALLEN G. THURRMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st DistriGf: GILMOR S. KEND ALL, Northampton. While the tariff is one of the great issues of this presidential' contest, it is by uo means the only or even the most important one to the people of the Southern; States. ^^TJ^J^?ttfih which rises above all others here in the South is the preservation of our Anglo-Saxon civilization and institutions. Should the Repnblican party get into power again, they will' resort to the most desperate and devilish devices and methods to keep the South from ever regaining the po sition she now holds in the Union. T.ie Republican leaders have al? ready declared that if they ever succeed in recapturing the Gov? ernment they will take fiom the South enough Representatives in Congress, members of the Elector al Coll...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 October 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA ?SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20,1888 455* A eross-marrc on your paper, bet?re 35ST your name, made with pen and ink, 33T indicates inat your subscription has ^ST exi?ired. or is due, anu you are re 4-5" spcctfully solicited to remit or re 152T new. LOCAL Ladies', misses1 mid children's work of various styles c in he seen at Mrs. E. A. Merrills. Onancook. Mr. Wm. M. Taylor, Jr., of I'nngo "tcaguewill hi a few days associate him? self as partner with Mr. Biiiidick. The Pi ninsula Lai d and Improve? ment Company, Salisbury, Md . adver-; Use for s;ile hi this issue Wicomico Ma riue Railway. When you visit Baltimorestop nt the Maltby House, where will be found first-class accommodations- and exceed- j iuffly low rates. Prof. F. P. Brent will address the vp-' ters at Tehiperancevllle in the nf tor-1 noon of today and at Hallwood at j night. Kent & Wilson, Parksley. offer to j t(seii customers, special bargains in ? boots and shoes. Read their advertise- j meid in this is...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 October 1888

^C?N STRUCTiUitf In the menvrTaotrtre of this wouderfn.1 cart only tb* very brs* quality cf ?Wrjrtliinfl fei used. Wh*eui. Jviw??y njijant, A 1 C'-juU" wtlc? et*?!, dvuftle collar, uto- j inch; ahafie. b?vt second tfrowtti tefcfcrry, tRAfcegbiy seasoned, XXXX q^sjIiiv The seat and body rrame is cmiMructea of TBteel side pieces; hotten aaado of veuewiht wend; throe thicknt sses, *ior ou -hly rivifed tdside piee?. The side pieces are connected in frost ur der shafts with a joint, and are supported by nwans of two spiral s'.i inj.t>, a* shown in cut. These springs are made fmni beet c.ucihle steel, and twelve feel coiled in each, od tempered, laiidnatwl woo<l seat bottom; forged iron seat rail;:Tininhed in the whitepiicely striped, and full leather trimmed. This cait guaranteed in all p^rta. _:-Carefully Nora These Points.-:? 1. Tin's easy tiding cart has no sfrat k-rs to climb over hi getting iu or outol the seat. This makes It desirable for all classes of-peoplc _. 2. It is the...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 October 1888

ACOOMAO C- H., VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1888.?SUPPLEMENT. HE PAID HIS WAY. I ain't a comptahiin' any: I'll go if you think it's right J never ;uk nary a bit nor a penny, Only just to bo treated "white.." But, Steve, bim by when yo:i see mu laid out Remember til ? wor Is 1 say: Though now some hates to see nie about, I've usua'ly paid my way. I was eighty last January Bora o'ghtccn hundred an' eight. I've opeae 1 two farms on the virgin prairie. Aa" w.trked them early an' late; Co ne rain cr come shine, a-scrapin together la.h mouthful we eat day by day. 1 never ro le deadhead in no kind o" weather? I always p lid my way. Your mother an'me worked hard? How hr.r.l v? -i'II never know? Bcariu' r'i ? :?. .; an' stan i n' guard To o i: the rain an' snoy. The m >rtgi?lge kep' eatiu' into the hone, An't !'...? war, it como along, too. Woll, I went?went an' left mother alone With Sis in the cradle, an' you. Serve'm' time, an'then comnience.l On the second prairie quarter. 1 s'pose you'...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 20 October 1888

EEV,D?. TALMAGE. IHE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY SERMON. Subject :?"TI?c Present Epidemic oV Suicide.' Text: "He drew out his s word, and icoxild hare killed himself, supposing that the prisoners had been fled. But Paul crie.l with aloud voice, sayiny: 'Do thyself no harm.' " Acts xvi., "iT-i*. Here is a would-bo suicido arrested in bis deadly attempt He was a sherilV, and ac? cording to the Kornau law. a bailiff himself must suffer the punishment due an escaped prisoner: and if the prisoner breaking jail was sentenced to be endunzeonod for three or four years, then the sheriff must bo endungeoned for ihren or four years; and if tho prisoner breaking jail was to have suffeied capital punishment, then tho sheriff must stiller capital punishment. The sheriff had received especial charge to keep a sharp lookout for 1 aul and Silas. Tho govern? ment had not had contidenco in bolts and bars to keep safe these two clergymen, about ?whom there seemed to bo something strange and supernatural. ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 October 1888

Jno- W. Edmonds Owner ami Edftor. F?RLISKKD sVBUTXTIT?Day AT ACC3M.1C C. H..VA. SutmcriDtlou Rates. 1 Copy, one year 81 W 1 u si\ months 60 j 5 " one year . 5 00 and a copy for six months fiee> to the nn? sending clnb. 10 copies, one year SM? 00 and a free copy to the Bender. Artverclslar P.atos. 1 Inch, one insertion . 8 75 1 M three 4* . 1 25 i 1 - 11 one-year .. 7 50} C?TRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli- j cation. ^^Circulation Innrer than .-.11 the pa-1 pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir- J gima combined. ISS^A cros.s mark on your paper indi- j eutesthat yoursubscript'ou has expired,: or is due, and you are respectfully solic-1 ited to renew or remit. ^"Commission men or business men J of any cla?s tu Baltimore? New York, j Philadelphia. Boston, Norfolk or Bich- | mond, can reach more truckers and' farmers through the columns of The Enteupkise than in any other wav. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PTJBLIO, ACCOMACK C. IL, VA....

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 October 1888

ACCOMAC COUKT-1IOUSE. VA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27,1888 Entered at the Pojctortice at Accomac C H..Va..aa gecoiul-class matter. PresitatialS? 1688. For President: GROYKR CLEVELAND, New York. For Yice-Presidtnt: ALLEN G. THURRMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st Dwtnet: GILKOR S. KENDALL, Northampton. Republican orators and newspa pers claim that the high tariff is j rbo cause of the hiuh wages of la-! bor and the general prosperity of the country, and Mr. Blaine in one! of his recent speeches in Indiana declared that a reduction of the j tariff had always been followed by j a decrease in the wages of labor! and general industrial and finan? cial depression. A carotid ex.uni ; natiou into the history of our own j country shows the utter falsity of' these statements. From 1S40 to: lSGOwe hud the Walker tariff,! which imposed au average duty of j IS per cent, on articles imported] into tlii? count!y. It was the low I est tariff we have had since Jeffer-; son was President, and under its' operatiou ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 October 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, OCTOP.JSR 27, 1888 *3T a eross-marK on your paper, bet?re ?" your name, made with pen and ink. SiT indicates mat your subscription ha? ?3* expired, or is due, anu you are re g-jr spectfully solicited to remit or re new. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. L. J. Turlington is a student or medicine in Baltimore this session. Bev. J . W Rue will deliver a lecture on temperance at Mappsville. Tuesd.iv. Oct. 30th,"il p. ni. The public is cor di:. 1." invited. Ladies', missrs'. and children's wraps of various styles can be seen at Mr.-. E. A. Merrill's, Onancock. The Southern Methodist church at Pungoteague will he dedicated by Kev. Adam C. Bledsoe. D. D.. on Sunday morning. Nov. 11th. at 11 o'clock. Buy your fresh beef at Buodiek's.? Hp takes most of the Done out before selling to you. Gov. Fitzliugh Lee is expected to sieak Tuesday afternoou at the Fair Grounds in Cape diaries, but not on the political issues of the day. When von visit Baltimorestop nt the Maltby House, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 October 1888

0NANCUCK_ ACADEMY A First-Class High School for Boys and Girls. Twelfth Session Begins Tues day, Sept. 17tii, and Con? tinues Nine Months. Frank P. Brent, (University of Va.), Principal. Claudius N. Wyant, (University of Va.), Associate. Mrs. Frank P. Brent. (Centenary Female College), in charge of Mu? sic Department. Thorough and comprehensive course of instruction embracing the English Language and Litera tare; Latin, Greek, French, Ger niiu, Mathematics, Book Keeping, Natural Science, Music and Voice Culture. During last session, students prepared at this Academy attend ed Hollmslnstitute, Richmond and R indolpb-Macon Colleges,the TJni versity of Virginia, and Johns Hopkins University, standing among the foremost in scholarship and srudions habits, and carrying oft'some of the highest honors from these institutions. The Music Department is again in charge of Mrs. Frank P Brent, a teacher ot large and successful experience, having taught music two successful' sessions in Ala bara;...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 October 1888

THE WINDS. Of the son? and daughters of Ocean, Nursed in their mothers lap, The wind culled East, I'ni sorry to say, Is a peevish, tyrannical chap: The West wind is calmer mid kinder, And, in her feminine way, She often rebukes thb l?wering clouds And carries the raindrops away. In his wilJ, stentorian fash'on. The wind of the North isfrve'. Wasting his life in riot and noise^ The prodigal son of the Sea! In a purely maidenly manner, The wind ot the South is mild: And the Ocean's tropical daughter Is doubtless the bcst-bi-loved child. ? Wil iam II. liayne, in [lulcgendent, UESET BY PIRAT?S. "The Singapore Trading Coniauy, i Limited," was and is an organization ! owning half aco en brigs and schooners which voyage among the islands of the . Indiau Ocean. a::d trattic for pepper, spices, cinnamon. becsWav, tigs, rare j woods, medicinal roots and herbs, etc. On one occasion- tliis was twenty years ago?this company receive ! an order from .Sydney. Australia, for a gnat quantity of shark...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 27 October 1888

REV.DR. TALMAGE. THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY SERMON. Subject:?"Seven in the Bible." Text.?"Gorf Blessed the Seventh Day."? Genesis ii.. 22. The mathematics of the Bible is noticeable, the geometry and the arithmetic; the square in Ezekiel; the circle spoken of in Isaiah; the curve alluded to in Job; the rule of fractions mentioned in Daniel; the rule of loss and gain in Mark, where Christ asks the people to cipher out by that rule what it would "profit a man if lfo gain the whole world and lose his own soul.' But there is one mathematical figure that is crowned above all others in tho Biblo. it is the numeral seven, which the Arabians got from India, and all follow iug ages have taken from tho Arabians. It stands between the figure six and the figure eight. In the Bible, all the other numerals boto it. Over three hundred times is it mentioned in the Scriptures, either alone or compounded with other words, la Genesis tho week is rounded into seven lays, aud I uso my text because the...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 3 November 1888

VOLUME VIII ACCOMAO C. H., VA. Jno. W. Edmonds Owner aurl Editor. PUBLTSURT) EVERY 3atttrday AT ACCOM AC C. H., VA. Subscription Eates. 1 Copy, one year 81 00 1 " six mouths 60 5 " one year ? 5 On and a copy for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year ?10 00 and a free copy to the sender. Atlver jlsla? Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . 8 75 1 V* three . 1 25 1 11 one year .. 7 50 ?SiFRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. ?^Circulation larger than all the pa? pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia combined. ifiTA eros.s mark on your paper indi? cates that your subscript >"on has expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solic- \ ited to renew or remit. I S?TConi mission men or business men | of any class in Baltimore, Xew York, Philadelphia. Boston, Norfolk or Hich- j mond, can reach taore truckers and i farmers through the columns of The ' Enterprise thnu ir. any other way. L. FLOYD nock.^ I ATTORNEY-?T-LAW AND ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 3 November 1888

ACOOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. 8 ATUEDAY, November 3, 1SS8| Entered a4, the l'ostof?ce ?t Accoreae; G Il..Va..a? secoud-cl&bs matter. i Presi?e??al I? 1888. ? . For President: GROVKR CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-PresitUnt: ALLEN G. THUBRMAN, Ohio. For Congress?lat District: G ILM OES. KENDALL, Northampton. Dont forget that next Tuesday | is election day, and that Virginia: expects all her sous to do their; duty. _ If you dent want to be restored : in militrry inlc.to have >mtr rotes! talien from you and your State de 1 erad< d, vote for Cleveland, Th?r-1 man and Kendall. In this onr hist issue before the election we cannot too strongly impress onr Democratic friends with tie importance of earnest, active werk from now until elec tion day. Y'ou have an enemy to fight niiscnipuloUR in the means and met bids used in drawing re? cruits from your ranks and who in the silent watches of the night is cc bonding the colored people togeth er agaiust yon, by preaching to tliem doctthus lu...

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

ACCOMAC C?tJBT-HOaSE. VA SATURDAY, KoYEMBEB 3, 1S8S sT^~ A oross-maiR on your paper, before ?3T vour nanu*, naade with pen and ink, indicates tnat your subscription lias ?-?T expired, or is fine, anu you are re St?* spectfully solicited to remit or re tstf" new. LOCAL. P^EWS. The Board of <!;pervisors meet on Monday. November 1211?. The usual term of the county court was not held last Monday, on account of the illness of Judue Garrison. Mr. Nathaniel II. Fisher, died sud? denly of 1 cart disease at Iiis home near \ Eastville, Friday, October 26th, :ii?eil: 56 years. Miss liose Northum, daughter of Mr. ? T.ovi .1 Norf ham, formet ly of-Accomac has leccived a first class appoint incut as t? scher in the public schools of Bill timbre. Bundick's is the place to pet fine fnsb beef, mutton, country pork and, pork sausage,also Tarbcll's cheese.nuts,, candies, figs, grapes, bananas, etc. When you visit Baltimore stop at the Maltby House, where will be found' first-class accommodations an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 3 November 1888

OMNCOCK ACADEMY A First-Class High School for Boys and Girls. Twelfth Session Begins Ttjes day, Sept. 17th, and Con? tinues Nine Months. Frank P. Brent, (University of Va.), Principal. Claudius N. Wyan^ (University of Va.), Associate. Mrs. Frank P. Brent, (Centenary Female College); in charge of Mu? sic Department. Thorough and comprehensive course of instruction embracing - the English Language atfil Litera, 1 tare, Latin, Greek, French, Ger? man, Mathematics, Book Keeping, Natural Science, Music and Voice Culture. During last scssiou, students prepared at this Academy attend ed Holhns Institute, Richmond aud j RandoJph-AIncon Colleges,the Uni versity of Virginia, and Johns Hopkins University, standing among the foremost in scholarship and studious habits, and carrying oft some of tiie highest honors from these institutions. The Music Department is again in charge of Mrs. Frank P Brent, a teacher of large and successful experience, having taught music two successful sessions in Ala...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 17 November 1888

Jno. W. Edmonds Onruer mid xustor. rUSLISHED every 8 AT U KD AY AT ACCOMAC C. M.. VA. Snbtcrlotlos Rates. i Copy, one year 81 (,fl 1 14 six nionths 60 5 " one year ? 5 0<; and a copy for six months free to the one sending club. i0 copies, one year 810 00 and a fro;- copy to the sender. Alvertisiaa Ratos. Inch, one insertion . ? *v ' " three 4* . 1 25 * 14 one year .. 7 5? CSPRates for larger advertisements { for a longer time made known on ?ppli cation. ^Circulation larscr than all the pa-1 perspublished on Eastern .Shore of Vir-, piniu combined. t3S"A cross mark on your paper indi-' cares that your.subseript'on has expired,! or is due, and you ar,? respectfully solic ited to renew or remit. rSFCommission men or business men ; of any 'ihiss in Baltimore, New York,' Philadelphia, Bostca, Norfolk or Rich? mond, can roach, more truckers and farmers through the columns of Tue' EXTKRcnrsE than in any other way. ~."fl?yd"no(;k," ; attorney-at- law and notary public. AOC03IACK c. k., VA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 17 November 1888

4VCC0MA0 OOUKT-H?USK, VA. SATURDAY, November 17,18S8 Entered at the Postoftlcc at Accomae C. Il..Va..as secoud-clasamatter. The question of abolishing the Electoral College in favor of a cli rect voto by the i>eoi>le for the President is now being agitated by the press of the country, aud if submitted to tlie ' voters would doubtless receive their sanction.? That the throe hundred Democratic plurality in Connecticut and twen ty-five hundred Republican plural? ity in Indiana should exercise the same influence,in dcteiminingliow the electoral votes of those States should be cast, as the hundred thousaud Democratic majority in Texas and seventy-two thousand Republican majority in Pennsyl? vania does not appear to the. av? erage voter to be in accordance with the "iirness of tilings.''. Kor does it look right, that a party which casts a Iaiger popular vote than its opponent, as the Demo? cratic party did iu the late elec? tion, should be overwhelmingly defeated. To the Democratic ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 17 November 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1888 SS" A cross-mans on your paper, oelore SiT vour name, made with pen and ink. <BT indicates mat your subscription lias 1ST expired, or is due. am, you are re ?3T spectfully solicited to remit or re TSF new. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Ann Phillips is now critically ill at her home near Accomac C. H. ? Accomac east ?40 more Democratic j votes at the late electiou than ever be? fore in her history. Mrs. Ella Knode. of IlagerstOWli, Md.. is now on a visit to her sister., Mrs. M. Oulham, Jr.' A tidal wave of fresh bargains in 5. j 10 and 25 cent poods, toys, notions, &c.: at Titlow's, Onancock. When you visit Baltimore stop at the Maltby House, where will bo found first-class accommodations and exceed? ingly low rates. Mr. Geo. G. Watson will sell at public auction, at Accomac (.*. IL, next court day, a thoroughbred Alderaey cow, 5 years old. j Sjkes Island, i:i the late electiou was the banner Democratic precinct in the county, perhaps'in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 17 November 1888

Entertainment. BOARD AND L?DGING A. J- ME ARS & SONS KELLEB STATION, Accomac county, Va. BespectiMlv inform the public ttjat thoy are prepared to furnish board anq lodging bv day, week or mouth, and to eouvey passengers to any yart of oemn sola at moderate rates. Board per day 81. All t?h* mot. Livery stables tlrst-class. _ iMT an? MOtaMes,] Accomac C H., Va. ^Benjamin T. Melson, Proprietor. Horses fed by the day, week or month reasonable rates. . Passengers conveyed to any part of the | peninsula at bottom prices. Will meet auy train when requested. Fare to and from station?^5 cents. pr'h-davis, DAVIS? WJIAEF, ?Accomac county, Ya.? Invites the attention of the pub? lic to the following facts: 1. That he keeps constantly on hand a large select and cheap stock oi'ruerebaudise. 2. That ?oiir, a specialty with him. is delivered to him at a very small expense, and can therefore be sold as cheap as anywhere on | Eastern Shore. 3. That be sells coal during the j entire year, and alway...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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