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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 15 December 1881

VOL. 1. EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS ASD OWKERS, To •whom all com munieat ions 6hould uo addressed. ATTORNEY AT LA \Y ACCOiYIAC G. H., VA., Will practice in thoCourtsof the coun* ties of Accomac and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLAM, i\t,. ' ACCOMAC C. 11., VA., Will praoiice before the Courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. ? Will practice in all the courts of Acc • mac and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. JOHN' NEELY, UrSHUR B. QUI.NBY, Aceomac C. H., Ya. Onancock, Ya NEELY & QUINSY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YA , Practice in tho Courts on- the Eastern Shore cf r inia. Prompt attention £iveu to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. Gr. T. Scarburgh, M. 8., DBU&eiST i PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. BETTGS, CHEMICALS, SEEDS FINE PHARMACALS, Combs, Brushes, Fishing Tackle...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 15 December 1881

|)rniiisul;t dSiitcrprik PUBLISHED Evfcn* TIICKSDAY. Single copies, - - five cents §I.OO a year or fifty Cents for six months, invariably in advance. AC < O.YIAC C. H.. \'A., tlll RNDAY. MKCKMIIF.It 15. ISSI. REPORTS from inany sections of the country tend to show that smallpox is on the increase. Many places . sue taking steps to stamp out at once this fearful disease—among them .Cincinnati, Richmond and iJaltiinole by enforced vaccination. With the latter we have more to do directly, as nearly all of our business is with that city, and our travel to or through it. That the smallpox prevails there to some extent there can be no doubt, though Hot yet to such a degree as to induce a stampede. We cannot know When it may reach us from there. We eun, 'however, prepare.for it. The lesson of hist spring near L - eustmount should be heeded. Vac cinnation is the only method of avoidance, or mitigation, in this disease, and we urge our people to avail themselves in advance of its,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 15 December 1881

IJfttinsjtla (icntfrpse. .Enternl at the Vostoffice at Aecoinac C. H., Ya., as sceond-claes matter. ACCOM AC C. H., YA., TIIt'IISDAY, DECKMBEB 15, 1881. LOCAL NEWS. SWEET potatoes readily sell with at fii per barrel. Om merchants are laying in a full supply of Ninas goods. PORK is selling in the county at from 8 to 10 cents per pound. TURKEYS worth $2 apiece are being ottered for sale in our town. MRS. AXNA CIIESSER, aged 01 years, departed this life December *l3, 1881. GITS PARKER, whose illness was reported last week, is now convalescent. MR. E. Q. F. OUSTS, of the .schooner "Paliminis," 11. S. Coast Survey, has? just arrived home, looking well and in fine spirits. MR. WM. C. FOSQUE, one of the most worthy gentlemen in the lower part of our county, died very suddenly a few days ago of heart disease. Mll. W)I.P.GOFFIGOX,of Locnstmonnt, killed' two porkers a few days ago, oiuS year old, weighing respectively 358 and 321 pounds. Next? Mi?. E. SATTERTIIWATTE, of Newark, X. J., who has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 15 December 1881

CEO. M. ROBERTS & CO., (Of the late firm of R. "W. Ames & C 0.,) PRODUCE MS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 211 WEST PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. Eastern Bluae Shipping Letter XX. Norfolk Shipping Letter QEOR'SE T. AMES & CO., Produce Commission Merchants! NO. 6 BOWLY'S WHARF, [NEAB I'B ATT STREET I Chipping Letter, X. BALTIMOKK, MD. WM. B. CHOWNING, —WITH—SMITH, SHIPLEY & CO., General Commission Merchants, 179 W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE. | ✓ T. SHIPLEY, Conductor B. & O. R. 11. j Jl. c. PRICE Loesvillo Ohin JOHN BOSS, Glenn's Postofficc, Vs. i JOHNSON SMITH & CO Ptttshn™ tv *KEBNGOOD BROS., Wholesale Dry Goo.'o, evh-ania °'' Plttßbnr »« Baltimore. j n . BURGES, Gloucester 0. H., Virginia JOS. G. SAVAGE, —WITH—--3L.. P. CORB I3y , General Commission Merchant, FRUIT, PRODUCE, FISH, OYSTERS, Etc. NO. 304 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, "WM. T. CONQTJKST. WI. T. CONQUEST, JTJ. j>. L . CONQUEST. WM. T. CONQUEST S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 22 December 1881

VOL. 1. EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS AND OWNERS, To whom alloommuni atious should oa addressed. Professional Cards. * SAMUEL T. ROSS, ATTgORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H. p VA., Will practice in the Courts of the connties of Aocomae and Northampton, WM. P. M. KELLAM, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YA., Will practice before the Conrts of Aocomac and Northampton connties. L. FLOYD NOCK" ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H. y VA., Will practice in all the conrts of Acocmao and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC 0. H., VA. • JOHN NEELY, CPSHCII B. QUISBY, Accomao C. H., Ya. Onancock, Ya. NEELY & QUDSTBY, Attorneys at Law, ACOOMAO 0. H., YA., Practice in the Conrts on the Eastern Shore cf \ r inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. Gr. T. Scarburgh, M. D., DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCORD AC C. H., VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SEEDS JFI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 22 December 1881

peninsula (^nkprk. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Single copies, - - five cents SI.OO a year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. ACCOMAC C. H., VA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1881. ONE of the constant complaints with our people—and especially in this town—is wo do not increase our population: The cause of this is very plain. Those who own lands, and have money to build, refuse to do so. They prefer to vest their funds in four-per-cents., or other bonds not so secure, to building, and paying insurance, with a rental of ten per centum. Many lionses—some small, others large—could be built and offered here, with an absolute certainty of goodpaying tenants. With a constant and determined apafliy upon the part of property holders, no place can grow. But, wherever ENTERPRISE is shown by the moneyed men, there we find prosperity fellows. Our men of means seem to be asleep. We say to them, awake! tlie hour of prosperity is at hand! Place a part of your means where others can help y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 22 December 1881

|lminsttl;t Entered at the Postoflioe at Accomac 0. H., Vsu, as second-class matter. ACCOMAC C. H., VA„ THURSDAY, DECEMBEIt 22, 1881 LOCAL NEWS. A HANDSOME new baptismal font has recently been placed in St. George's Episcopal Church, Pungoteague. THE sloop George Washington, from Norfolk, during a storm a few days ago, went ash are on Hog Island. MR. JOHN L. GROTON, Pungoteagoe, has a full assortment of Christmas goods of all kinds on hand, at low rates. THE Board of Supervisnrs meet "at Accomac Court House, on Friday, the 30th inst., to audit accounts, consider improvements at the almshouse, &c. THE dwelling of Mr. William Waddy, near Eastville, Virginia, was accidentally burned on last Saturday evening. The lire was discovered in time to save all the property in the house. REV. MR. HOWARD, the evangelist, who for som©. weeks has been holding a series of meetings in the Presbyterian Church in this town, left yesterday for his new field of labor at Powellton. A JOINT res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 22 December 1881

• ESTABLISHED 1857. SILYERTHORN & CO., WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS! GREEN AND DRIED FRUIT, BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE, POULTRY, GAME, SEEDS AND GENERAL FARM PRODUCE. JNo. 80S South Front Street, Philadelphia. B®»SHIPPEBS OF NEW YORK STATE APPLE?. CEO. M. ROBERTS & CO., (Of the late firm of R. W. Ames & C 0.,) PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 2U. WEST PRATT STREET, l BALTIMORE, MD. Eastern ©inure Shipping Letter XX. Norfolk Shipping Letter XXX. WM. B. CHOWNING, WITH SMITH, SHIPLEY & C 0.,General -Commission Merchants, 179 W. PRATT ST.-, BALTIMORE. REFERENCES : X. SHIPLEY, Conductor B. & O. R. R. J M. C. PRICE, Leesville. Ohio. JOHN BOSS, Glenn's Postoffice, Va. j JOHNSON, SMITH & CO., Pittebnrir Penn. KBRNGOOD BROS., Wholesale Dry Goods, I svlvania. -V BivKimoflo. | H. BURGES, Gloucester 0« iLj Virginia, CEOR<GE.T. AMES & CO., Produce„ Commission Merchants! NO. 6 JBOWLY'S WHARF, [NEAB FHA.TT ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 29 December 1881

VOL. 1. EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS AND OWNERS, To whom all communications should uo addressed. ProfessiQ nal Cards. SAMUELL^ROSST'™ ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in'the Courts of the counties of Acco&ac and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLAM, Attorney, at • Law, comae and Northampton counties. l. Floyd nock, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—' NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. f Will practice in all the courts of Accomac and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YA. JOHN NEELY, UPSHUR B. QUINBY, Accomac C. 11., Va. Onancock, Ya, NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAC C. H., YA., Practice in the Courts on the Eastern Shore cf 1 r inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. Gr. T. Scarburgh, M. D., DRD&GIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H., VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SfcEDS FINE P.HARMACALS, Combs, Brushes, Fis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 29 December 1881

|}cnrastt(;t (gnttrjirisc. PintLisiiED Every Tuuusday. Single copies, - - five cents *1 .00 ;i year or fifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. AC COM AC <.'. 11., VAi, THURSDAY, DECF.MBKR 20, 1881. neighbor, the editor of the Virginian, evidently got something "mixed in his'n " more than the ingredients incident to a Xnias occasion, if we are to judge by the spleen lie gives vent to at our expense in the last issue of his paper. We are happy to say, however, that the "sweetness of our temper" is not ruffled by the thrusts of friend Charley—and we have the temerity even to exchange salutations with our neighbor, notwithstanding the reminder he was kind enough to give us of our danger of being crushed by the "brain power" which controls the Virginian, if not more particular. in the future in designating our paper as flie " official" organ of the county. Truth, however, the "controlling power " of Tiie Enteeprise, com. pels us to say that our assertion was well fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 29 December 1881

p cuiusttl;t (fentct'iyisc. Entered at the PostotTioe at AR'oniac C. 11., Ya., as second-Class mattf V. AC 'COM AC' O. 11.. YA., Tlll'ltmAY, DECEMBER -29, ISSI. LOCAL NEWS. Seventeen marriage licenses were issued by the clerk of our Court on last Monday. Mr. Buewkll Badger, for- * lnerly of this county, died recently in Baltimore of smfill-pox. A IJ A(; amt.'l'l'iN Concert was held by our colored friends at tire M. K. Church in this place last night. Cake-cutting was indulged in. Ml!. YVm. K. Jacob, of Craddockville, lost a line Alderney cow worth $125, during last week, from an overfeed of corn-shucks and beans. Our frieml, Mr. W. 0. llall, had a splendid bowl of egg-nogg to celebrate Xmas, last Saturday. His wines and liquors are of the very best quality. Go there. Hon. Wji.T. Fitciiet, of Xortlianipton, lias secured the nomination in the ' Readjust er caucus at Richmond, of Circuit Judge for the counties of Aecomae and Xorthanipton. A Kji\y postmaster has been appointed for the o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 29 December 1881

WM. T. CONQUEST. WM, T. CONQUEST, JB. P. L, CONQUEST. WM. T. CONQUEST & SONS, General Commission Merchants. trEoiAiiHEs: •» JES.ailroa.cl Cross-Ties, Lumber and. AYoocl. NO. 830 SOUTH DELAWARE] AYE., PHILADELPHIA. BARNET BOND, COMMISSION MERCHANT, N. W. Cor. Cheapside and Pratt St., Baltimore. •. 1 ' • Personal attention given to the sales of Vegetables and Fruits, also Poultry, Eggs and all kinds of Country Produce. Account of sales rendered as soon as goodß sold. References—Tho Leading Produce Houses of Baltimore. W. P. CUSTIS & CO., Commission Merchants —IN—EARLY VEGETABLES, OYSTERS,TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL , AND ILL JXNDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, 3 WOOD STREET, SHIPPING LETTER " C." B ALTIMORE. 3. X. KKPNEB. I E. L EASI. (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AND WHOLESALE DEALERS TN ALU. KINI3S OP PRODUCE, NO. 2 BOWLYS WHARF, •* - - - BALTIMORE. Special vttention given to the sale of all kinds of Fruit, Sweet and Irish Potatoes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 January 1882

VOL. 1. EDMONDS & BULL, 'J EDITORS AXD OWNERS, To whom all communications should uo addressed. . Professional Cards. 7 SAMUEL tTrOSsT ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in the Courts of the counties of Aocoinac and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLASVI, —' ACCOMAC C. H., YA., Will practice before the Courts of Aecomac and Northampton counties L. FLOYD NOCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will practice in all the courts of Acermac and Northampton. Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC 0. H., YA. • JOHN NEELY, UPSHUR B. QUIN'BV, „ Accomac C. H., Ya. Ouancock, Viv NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAO C. H., YA, Practice in th« Courts on the Eastern Shore cf A r inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. JOHN W. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. Gr. T. Scarburgh, M. D., AGENT; DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOMAC C. H. f VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS/SEEDS FINE PHA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 January 1882

IpciiiiMk Enterprise, Official Paper of Accomao fluty. ~ Vvr.LisiiED EVEKY THURSDAY. Single copi's, - - five cents §I.OO a year or lifty cents for six months, invariably in advance. accomacu'. 1-1., va:, THURSDAY, JASIAKY 5, I3SJ. COMPLAINTS have reached us of the non-arrival of our papers. When from inability to print we failed, we made as soon thereafter as possible an apology, flow, when we are constantly on time, these reports still come. We have to say to our subscribers ice mail on time, and we urgently ask that any failure to receive our paper be repor t#ed to us by subscribers. If we find the postmaster is at fault we shall promptly make complaint to the Pcsfcoffice Department at Washington. In this connection, an inspector of the P. O. Department might find food for serious reflection in the Eastern Shore postoffices—in other respects. " I ■ M.I OUR exchanges continually re- j port tlie spread of small-pox through- j <1 out the country. Xot only is it spreading w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 January 1882

(Initerprisc. Official Pap of Aecomac County. Entered at the Postoflice at Aceomac U. 11., Va., as second-class matter. ACCOMAC C. H., VA., THt'RSDAY, JAM'ARY 5, 188?. LOCAL NEWS. MR. J AS. 11. FEDDEMAN, with tlic firm of J. M. Holmes & Son, is at this time in Aecomac looking after the interests of his customers. The gentleman is entirely lvliable—r-and he not only represents a first-class house, but will, in our opinion, always send goods to correspond with the samples by which he sells. SINCE the late storm two wrecks have been reported to us along our coast—the one a brig, which went ashore on the first dav of January, on Dorson Shoals, near Jjite SavingStation jNo. 8, loaded with railroad iron—the other a three masted vessel near Cliincotcagne Island, loaded with lumber. In neither ease were any lives lost. TIIE following is an abstract from the monthly report of the Superintendent of County Schools for the month of December, 1881: Number of schools, 50; number of pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 5 January 1882

ALEX. BOND. H. LEWIS, Salesman. JOHN P. WALKER, —WITH—ALEXANDER BOND & CO., NO. 4 HOLLINGSWORTH ST., ISALXJUttOJfciK, Ml).. PRODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Reoeivo and Sell on Commission OYSTERS, CLAMS, WATERMELONS, POTATOES, VEGETABLES, Jb'RUITS, Etc. respectfully solicit consignments. Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed. I. P. JTJFFPIS. B. a. ANDBEWS. I. "P. JUSTIS & CO., [Formerly of Accomac Co., Ya. j COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN EARLY FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OYSTERS, TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL, AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, NO. 7 WOOD STREET, BALTIMORE, Shipping Letter, F. * ESTABLISHED 1857. SELVEBTHOHIf & CO., WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS! GREEN AND DRIED FRUIT, BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE, POULTRY GAME, SEEDS AND GENERAL FARM PRODUCE. Si'o. 80S South Front Street, Philadelphia. JBSH3HIPPERS OF NEW YORK STATE APPLES. GEO. M. ROBERTS & CO., (Of the late firm of R. W. Ames & C 0.,) PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 January 1882

VOL. 1. EDMONDS & BULL, EDITORS AX'D OWNERS, To whom all communications should uo addrepsed. Professional Qcrds. ~ ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA., Will praotice in the Courts of the counties of Accomao and Northampton. WM. P. M. KELLAM, iiftorhey at La wy ACCOM AC C. H., VA., - Ytilt practice "Before the comao and Northampton counties. L. FLOYD NOOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW —AND—NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCOM AC C. H., _VA. t Will practice in all the oourts of Acermac and Northampton. . Prompt attention to all business. GEO. T. GARRISON, Attorney at Law, ACCOMAC 0. H., VA. JOHN NEELY, CPSHCR B. QI'ISBY, Accomac C. H., Ta. a Onancoek, Y&. NEELY & QUINBY, Attorneys at Law, ACCOMAO C. H., VA, Practice in tho Courts on the Eastern Shore cf "\ r inia. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. I JOHN AV. EDMONDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW ACCOMAC C. H., VA. (J. To Scarburgh, $L D., AGENT, DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST, ACCOTcIAC C. H., VA. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SEEDS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 January 1882

JJcniitsitfo fcqjisc. Official Paper of Awiaac Coniti. Puiu.isiiED Evicny THURSDAY. Single copies, - - five cents SI.OO a year or lifty cents forjjix months, invariably in advance ACCOMAC C. H., VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1882. very glad to learn t.«at steps are being taken to have the -General Assembly enact a dog law for this county. Sheep raising could be made very profitable here were it not for the "curs of high and low degrep" who ncg- . ative the best efforts of our farmers. Especially profitable would tnis industry become as relates to early lambs. Our winters are generally mild, and expensive protectection is never required. On the seaside, as a rule, pasturage from fair to good, can be had on the marshos nmljrrasses grow read » - all over the Peninsula/ Let there be protection for our sheep raisers, "and a new and valuable source of revenue will open up to our people. A good dog tax will give us this benefit. Let it be one, full, sharp, and decisive. "THE guillotine at wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 January 1882

|)miusul;t (bnicrjjrisc, Official Paperof Accomac County. Entered at the Postotllee at Accomac C. 11., Ya., as second-class matter. ACCOMAC C. 11.. YA TUriSSDAY, JAMAItV 12, ISS2, LOCAL NEWS. Tiie Census Bureau reports 480 square miles in the county of Accomac. Two hunred and eleven marriage licenses were issued by the clerk of our court during the year 1881. * Tiie number of suits brought in the Circuit Court of Accomac during 1881, at common law, 2S; in chancery, 22. In the Courts of Accomac during the year 1881 thirteen letters of administration were grauted, and 13 wills probated, Le Cato.—At his residence near Locustville, on Wednesday, Jan.3d, Rev.- Littleton K. Le Cato, aged about G8 years. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Peninsula Railroad Company will be held at this place on the 10th inst., at'iO o'eloek'A. M. There was killed in Horn town this season 2(5,000 pounds of pork. The heaviest hog weighed ~>9o lbs., 12 over 400 lbs. each, and 4.) over 30...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Enterprise — 12 January 1882

1. H. KEPNER. EL EAST. KKFNEB & KAST, (Successors to Barton & Kepner,) GENERAL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS I AND 'WHOLESALE DEALERS IN all kinds of produce, NO. 2 BOWLTS WHARF, J .... BALTIMORE. Special attention given to the sale of all kinds of. Frnit, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Onions, &c. Consignments solicited and promptly attended to Shipping Letter, H. ales, tON'jx jas. h. lewis, Salesman. JOHN P. W4LKER, —WITH — ALEXANDER 13 OIVI3 & CX>., NO. 4 HOLLINGSWORTII tST., UALTIMOKH, Ml>.« PRODUCE $ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, , Receive and Sell on Commission OYOTEBS, OLAMS, WATERMELONS, POTATOES, VEGETABLES, EKUUU ETC, gua^teTd. reSP€CtfUlly S ° Jioifc COnsignmeuts - Q uiok 6ales and prompt return. i. p. irons. v. a. Andrews, i. :p. justis & co., * [Formerly of Accomac Co., Va. j COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN EARLY FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OYSTERS, TERRAPINS, WILD FOWL. AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, NO. 7 WOOD STREET, BA...

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