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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 8 February 1890

VOLUME IX ACGOMAO C. fl., VA. SATURDAY,; FEBRUARY 8, 1890 NUMBER i-o2 LARGE AND SMALL STOVE COAL. NUT, BROKEN AND EGG COAL. 2240 Lbs. to the Ton Guaranteed at Lowest Market Rates. Blieb, Lime ao? Sbiapjes. PAINTS! Harrison Bros. & Go's TOWN AND COUNTRY Ready-Mixed Paints! It is impossible to judge of con? trasts in paints by mere sample cards. The manufacturers of these paints have issued a portfolio of 50 illustrative designs of houses, cot? tage;, and villas, each differing in architectural style and colored fn show proper artistic contrasts. I have paints iu stock and port folio for examination. f^I carry also a full line of ixeneral MercJju ndise, William H. Parker, _Taslky. Va._ j^??K, Oil, 3&??K1! Ilaving secured the services of a City Boot ai Shoe Mater. we solicit orders of those desiring First-class work. Ladies' or Cents', either stitched or pegged. Course work and repairing will re-' ceive prompt attention. I also oder my service to the pub? lic as >m AUCTIONEE...

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 February 1890

AUCOMAC ?OUBT-H?USE. VA SATURDAY, FEB. 8, 1S90. vr.? . ...1-\-w ? ' '-~ ?tereri nt the Postoflico nt Accomac vra. as second-class matter. Speaker Heed, in defiance of all parliamentary precedents and in utter disregard of constitutional privileges, for the furtherance of party schemes, continues Iiis des? potic sway nt the National Capitol; In the effort to increase his party's mnjority in the House ofRepre -putatives, to the end that revolu? tionary measures projected by the "Republican*! might be curried out without embarrassment, the rights of the minority in that body have not only been entirely ignored by him. but the laws of the hind have !>een trampled upon with an inde eency, that seems to have no limit. To consummate the villianous schemes of the party of which he is bnt the tool, ho has cast the votes of members of Congress who never voted, ha* refused to recog? nize member^ on the floorof Flonse, who were clearly entitled to recog? nition before his Republican brethren...

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 February 1890

iramsiilii (li?cqpnst A. (J COM AC CO?BT-HOUSE. VA John W.Edmonds,Editor and Owner. LOCAL KEWS. Hoard of Supervisors meet at Acco? mac C. II., Wednes lay, February 12th. Our sberiff, Mr. John H. "Wise, says he is "on the outer edge of greatness" ?be has the gout. Capt. O. A. Browne is shipping from 6,00to 1.000 barrels of kale from Holly? wood farm daily ?Headlight. A full supply <>f I.andreth's garden seeds has just beeu receive! at drug itoreof \V. T. Wise, Onancock. Dr. Geo. B. Zell, dentist, will lie at Park.?lev, February 17, IS, 19, and at Mappsville February 20,21. Mr. Geo. W. Winder, commission merchant, Baltimore, is in Accomae, the guest of his so Wm. T. Winder. A copy of the Life Saving Service re? ports for 1SSS is received from Superin? tendent B. S. Bich, with thanks. Mr. F. A. Ashmead, Oraddockville, a well known bricklayer of the county, iiad an attack of paralysis last week. Especial attention is invited to ad? vertisement of 'Sweet Potato Special,' manufactur...

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 February 1890

THE GREAT Quicker tljan Peruvian and half tJje price. Tine Tx-mclsier for Irish potatoes, early peas, early cabbage, onions, top dressing1 straw? berry beds, asparagus, etc., etc. for sweet potatoes, water melons, late cabbage, tomatoes, corn, oats, grass. Manufacturer, 227 SMITH'S WJIARF. BALTIMORE, MD. Agents-G. R. Dal by, Bridgetown, Northampton County. Keilam & Nottingham,' Locnstville, A. P. White, Masonville, II. T. White, Blootntown, Accomac county. Fa. _ OUR MIXTUR The leading fertilizer in Accomac county. Over 2U0 tons sold and used by over 400 farmers in Accomac county alone last season. To ?ny of whom we would respectfully refer. It has proved itself to be and other fertilizers costi ig 81.j to $50 per ton. Wo buy our materials prepared largely from the butchering estab? lishments in Chicago, our South American nitrate and muriate from the importers, and propose to give a high grade fertilizer of intrinsic merit, for a reasonable price, knowing that upon its inrrinsic...

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 February 1890

VOLUME IX_ACCOMAC 0. H., VA SATURDAY & FEBRUARY 15, L89Q NUMBER 33 LARGE AND SMALL STOVE COAL. NUT. BROKEN AND EGG COAL. 2240 Lbs. to the Ton Gan ran teed at Lowest Market Rates. Biicis, Lie aid SMigles. PAINTS! Harrison Sros. & Co's TOWN AND COUNTRY Ready-Mixed Paints! It is impossible, to judge of con? trasts in paints by more sample ? cards. The manufacturers of these paints have issued a portfolio of 50 illustrative designs of bouses^ cot? tager and villas, each difl'enug iu architectural style and colored t* show proper.artistic contrasts. I have puiuts 4u stock and poru folii> for examination. GS^I carry also a full line of ixene/al Merchandise. William H. Parker, Tasluy. Va. &00K, Oil, &OOKM Having secured the services of si City Boot ail Sta Mur. we solicit/orders of those desiring First-class work. Ladies' or Gents', either stitched <>r pegged. Coar-e work and repairing will re? ceive prompt arienf.ion. 1 also offer my service to tiie pub AUCTIONEER...

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 February 1890

AiJCOMAC OOL'KT-llOL'SE. VA SATURDAY, FEB. 15, 18?K>. Unteren! at the Postoflice at Accomac C II..Va.. as second-classmatter. A hill has been introduced into onr Legislature "for the distrihu tion of the public school funds of I Aecomac county." Our knowledge f of that hill being confined to t he brief report of same made as above, tlionch mir exchanges, we are not ndvised Mierefdrc, as to its purport, but if the bill introduced is inff mi? ed in any way lo pervert what i* known as the Piper school fund, we protest. The bill in question may not be comprehensive enough to include in itsprnvisionsaohango in the manner of disbursing the Piper fund and the thought would never have been suggested to us | byreadiug the title of the bill in? troduced, but for the fact that re-j ports are in circulation,-that; an effort would be made through ourj Legislature to transfer the Piper fund to the School Ro:?Vj of 4oe.<< mac for the purpose of building school honsps and otherwise per? ve...

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 February 1890

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, FEB. 15, 1S90. John W. Edmonds, Editor and Owner. LOCAL P>8EWS. Mrs. -lohn W. Sturgis, living near Craddockvi'le.is critically HI. Mr. Jackson Kellam, Belle Haven, lias gone to Florida, for Iiis health. Window glass of any size for sale at Wise's drug store at lowest price?. Board of Supervisors meet at Acco mac (.'. II.. next Friday, February 21st. Dr. Geo. B. Zell, dentist, will beat Parktslev, February 17, IS, 19, and at Mappsville February 20.21. - The attention of farmers is invited to advertisement of Baugh & Sous Co. Read what they have to say. Mr. W. L. Nock; agent, has sold SO tons of '-Mixture R" this season. He will deliver 2 car loads of that fertilizer at Bloxoin today. The bill to allow Capt. Peter H. Da? vis to build two wharves on his proper? ty on Occohonnoek Creek, has passed the Ilouse of Delegates. Mr. Robt. P. Coleburn.Crisfield,Md., formerly of our town, is home on a vis? it to bis patents and other relatives and fiiends...

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 February 1890

THE GREAT Quicker lljan Peruvian and half Ifrc price. for Irish potatoes, early peas, early cabbage, onions, top dressing straw? berry beds, asparagus, etc., etc. siAssaisi mum vmmmm^ for sweet potatoes, water melons, late cabbage, tomatoes, corn, oats, grass. M__uf_cturor, 2s27 SMITH'S WHARF, ... . BALTIMORE, MD. Agents-G. 11. Dalby, Bridgetown, .Northampton County. Kellam \ Nottingham, Locnstville, A. P. White, Masonville, 12. T. White,! Bloouitown. Accomac couutv. Fa._ OUR MIXTURE The leading fertilizer in Accomac county. Over 200 tons sold and n-ed by over 40i) farmers in Accomac county alone last season. To any of whom we would respectfully re'er. It has proved itself to be and other fertilizers costiig 515 to 939 per ton. We bny our materials prepared largely from the. butchering estab? lishments in Chicago, onr South American nitrate wid muriate from the importers, and propose to give a high grade fertilizer of intrinsic merit, for a reasonable price, knowing that upon its in...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 March 1890

VOLUME IX ACCOMAC C. H., VA- SATURDAY, MARCH YlW " " NUMBER 35 LARGE AND SMALL STOVE COAL NUT, BROKEN AND EGG COAL. 2240 Lbs. to the Tou Guaranteed at Lowest Market Rates. Blieb, Lime ai? SMnilss. PAINTS! Harrison Bros. & Go's TOWN AND COUNTRY Ready-Mixed Paints! It is impossible to judge of con? trasts in paints by mere sample j cards. The manufacturers of the** paints have issued a portfolio of 50 illustrative designs of houses, cot? tage* and villas, each differing in architectural style and colored t? show proper artistic contrasts. I have paiuts in stock aud poru folio for exauiinatiou. ?5F?I carry also a full line of ijfeneral Merchandise. William H. Parker. _Taslky, Va._ &0UK, OH, fcOOKH Having secured the services of a City Boot ant Sta Mater we solicit orders of those desiring First-class work. Ladies' or Cents', either Pitched or pegged; Coar-e work and repairing will re? ceive prompt attention. I also odor my service to the pub? lic as an AUCTIONEER of fifteen yea...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 March 1890

ACCOM AC CO b'RT- HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1890. Entered at theAi*ostoflice at Accomac C 11.. Va.. as second-class matter. The people of \ccomac have never heen more thoroughly aroused by any question, nor have denounced with a greater unani? mity ot sentiment any measure, than they have the bill emanating last week from the finance com mitteee of the House of Delegates of Virginia, proposing to lease ?.200 acres of oyster grounds in Pocomoke Sound, embracing the most valuable ?>yster rocks in Vir? ginia, to C. R. Lewis. In the out? cry which has gone forth against the bill iniquitous in its concep? tion and promising results so far reaching in evil, that no one has attempted to fathom its depths, the voice of the partisan practi? cally has been stilled, and hut one sentiment actuates every class and creed and condition of our citizens, that such a bill should not receive the approval of tue law-making power of our State, and if it did, could not be euforced. Depriving as it ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 March 1890

A?COMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, MARCH I, 1890. John W. Edmonds, Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. Valuable oyster grounds are offered for sale in this issue by Capt.W. J. Mar? shall, Shady Side, Va. The American Flsli Guano Company, j are'ofTering wet scrap in quantities to suit at low rates for cash. \ Hon. Gilmor S. Kendall, qualified f) before Judge Gillet at Arcomac C. Hi. ^ bust Tuesday as judge of Northampton \ CountvCoutt. |> jf you arc interested, go to Parksley next Thursday, at 1 o'clock i>. m.. and & assist in organizing the Mutu-d Fire Insurance Company Mr. J. F. Parks. Parksley. wheel? wright and undertaker, through our columns solicits the furors of the pub? lic, in all r?spects worthy, we cordial? ly commend him. A board of managers for the Home Fire Iusimmce Company will be fleeted in a general meeting of the raemters at Parksley, on ? next Thursday, the 6th of March, at 1 o'clock p. na. The bill to incorporate the Mutual Fire Insuratce Company of Eastern ? S...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 1 March 1890

THE GREAT Quicker t\>an Peruvian and Ijalf tie price. Tl^e ?Tr-u.clrer for Irish potatoes, early peas, early, cabbage, onions, top dressing straw? berry beds, asparagus, etc., etc. for sweet potatoes, water melons, late cabbage, tomatoes, corn, oats, grass. Manufacturer, 227 SMITH'S WHARF. BALTIMORE, MD. Agents-G. B. Dal by, Bridgetown, Northampton Couuty. Kellam & Nottingham, Locnstyil'ci, A. P. White, Masonville, H. T. VVbite, j Bloonrtown. Accomac county, Va._ OUR MIXTURE Th? leading fertilizer in Accomac county. Over 200 tons sold and I used by over 400 farmers in Accomac conuty alone last season. To any of vrhorn wo would respectfully refer. It has proved itself to be | Equal $@ Pemwmm @mm& and other fertilizars costiug 545 to $5'J per tou. We buy our materials prepared largely from the butchering estah lishments in Chieago, oar South American nitrate aud muriate from tue importers, ami propose to give ? high grade fertilizer of intrinsic merit, for a reasonable pric...

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 March 1890

VOLUME IX ACCOMAC G. H., VA. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1890 NUMBER 36 LARGE AND SMALL STOVE COAL NUT, BROKEN AND EGG COAL 2240 Lbs. to the Tou Guarantee< at Lowest Market Rates. Biicis, Line aii Shinnies. PAINTS! Harrison Bros. & Go's TOWN AND COUNTRY Ready-Mixed Paints It is impossible to judge of con? trasts iu paiuts by mere samph cards. The manufacturers of tbeat paiuts have issued a portfolio of 5( illustrative designs of houses, cot? tage* and villas, each diffenug ic architectural style aud colored t< show proper arcistic contrasts. I have paints in stock aud port? folio for examination. t^T carry also a full line of General Merchandise. William H. Parker, _Taslky. Va._ 2B,00K, Oil, IsOOK!' Having secured the services of si City Boot an? Sloe Mater we solicit orders of those desirinj First-class work. Ladies' or Cents'. either stitched or pegged. Coar-e work and repairing will re ceive prompt attention. I also otter my service to the pub lie as an AUCTIONEER of fifteen yea...

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 March 1890

?(XXJMAC COUTiT-HOL'SE. VA SATURDAY, MAKCH 8, 1S90. fintered at the Postofliee at Accomac C H,.Va..as second-class matter. Speaker Reed in pursuance of the arbitrary method adopted by him earlier in the session, in de? claring a constitutional quorum present, although the votes cast showed four less than a quorum,has further increased the Republican majority in the House of Repre seutafives by turning out Mr. Pen dleton, Democrat, the member elected from the Fir.-1 District of W est Virginia and swearing in his Republican contestant-and the opportunity is thus afforded of making a contest, before the oourtsi which Mr. Carlisle intended a short time ago would be done. Mr. Car? lisle and other Democrats, are con? fident that the Supreme Court will condemn the innovation of Speak? er Reed of making a quorum for a measure by counting those op? posed to it. The matter, if enter? tained by the court will be watched with solicitude by all, whatever their political proclivities, who do not ...

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 March 1890

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1S90. John W. Edmonds, Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. The Hoard or Supervisors meet again on 17th inst. Miss Emma C Hall has been ap? pointed postmaster atLeemont in place of Mr. D. II. Johnson. An oyster and terrapin supper will be served at Orowsontown, March 12th, 4 p. m., for benefit of M. E. Chureli. The American Flsli Guano Companv. are offering wet scrap in quantities to suit at low rates for cash. Mr. Adolph Koenisr, of Baltimore was t!?e pfuest of our townsn.an, his brother. Mr. E. T. Koenig, this week. A meeting of the Farmers' Associa? tion of Northampton will be held at Sunnyside 2 p. m. today. Messrs. B. W. Mears & Son. Keller, have just received a car load of good corn and several tons of fine 't imothy hay. which they are selling very low for cash, An advertisement of Mr. H. P. .lames of interest to horsemen, appears in this issue. Fancy prices of late have been received and declined for thestock advertised. Mr. James C. B...

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 March 1890

THE GREAT Quicker Ujan Peruvian and fyalf tie price. for Irish potatoes, early peas, early cabbage, onions, top dressing straw? berry beds, asparagus, etc., etc. SLAISIf Il'Iilll PI?SPI?f i for sweet potatoes, water melons, late cabbage, tomatoes, corn, oats, grass. Mat?.?faoturer, 227 SMITH'S WHARF.( ... BALTIMORE, MD. Agents-G. R. Dalby, Bridgetown, Northampton County. Kellam & Nottingham, Loenstville, A. P. White, Masonville, H. T. Wbite, Bloomtown, Accomac county, Ta._ OUR MIXTURE Tha leading fertilizer in Accomac county. Over 200 tons sold and nxeul by over 400 farmers in Accomac couuty alone last season. To any of whom we would respectfully refer. It lias proved itself to be iQ P@mtmm @um& and other fertilizars costiug $?3 to $30 per tou. Tft e buy our material.*; prepared largely from the butchering estab j lisl raeurs in Chicago, our South American nitrate and muriate from 6lie importers, and propose to give a high grade fertilizer of intrinsic merit, for a reasouabl...

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 March 1890

VOL, IX. , ACCOMAC 0. H., V?, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1590.?SUPPLEMENT. tfO, 36. ' - ?-""' -?-?- \ fiTTt,TT\ ? Srr fi/iTT/i/ir Tbe Exchange Hotel, at -Mi id'etown, X Y.. was burccd, aud a youux woman fatally injured by leaping from a window.? Chalkley Lrconoy was acquitted at Camdeu, N. J., of too murder of his niece.-The fiu't prospects iu Lancaster, Pa., are said to have been ruined by tbe recent frost?. Ex-Postmaster William II. Bennett, of Long Brauch, was held for the action of the United States grand jury, cimr ?od with beiu,; $1.600 J Short in his aic-u its.- liarles A. Wi e, i of So-.itit Greeuiiehl, N. Y., committed sui ci !e on a railros 1 train, at Komoke, Va. Mayor Elyson, of Richmond, Va., reports that the accounts of A. K. Wdoisoa, lato city collector, show a deficit of $3;>,0$0. Mt. Joy, Lutheran Church, uear Gettysburg, \ i Pa., was burned.-Three jouig Catholic : 1 women of D.xybrojk, I I., have become in- j ' sane upon the question of Christian science. ! : -The Fu st...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 8 March 1890

AGRICULTURAL. TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AXD GARDEN. UNDERGROUND STABLES. It is not every farmer who can afford a basement barn, but the next best substi? tute is a stable partly Underground, or at least banked up with earth to exclude cold. Out West the settlers dig holes in the banks, which arc protected by tim? bers from falling iu, for their own dwell? ings. These arc called "dugout-'," and arc better protections against blizzards and cycloucs than are dwellings above ground. It is only natural that the same style of underground protection should be devised for s-took. It is comparatively inexpensive to build such dugout?, espe? cially if sawed lumber is scarce or dear. A few poies cut from the woods will hold up the walls and roof, which may be constructed of equally inexpensive material.?American Cultivator. PRUNING TREES. The growth of different varieties of apple trees is mostly so distinct that any rule for pruning which tits one may be inapplicable to another. Muc...

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 March 1890

" VOLUME IX == ACCOMACC. H., VA- ^pLTRDAY, MARCH 15,1890_ NUMBER 37 LARGE AND SMALL STOVE COAL. NUT, BROKEN AND EGG COAL. 2240 Lbs. to the Ton Guaranteed at Lowest Market Bates. B:itb, Line ail Sliiigte. ! Harrison Bros. & Go's TOWN AND COUNTRY Ready-Mixed Paints! It is impossible to judge of con? trasts ill paints by mere sample j cards, Tiie manufacturers of these paints have issued a port folio of 50\ illustrative designs of houses, cot? tager and villas, each differing iu architectural style and colored to show proper artistic contrasts. I have paints in stock aud porU (olio for examination. L^i carry also a full line of 'General jMcrch mdise, William H. Parker. _Taslky, Va.._ %m OH, S00K? Having secured the services of a ! City Boot and Shis fiater we solicit orders of those desiring: First-cJass work. Ladies' or Gents', either stitched or pegged. Coarse work and repairing will te ceive prompt attention. I also offer my service 10 the pub? lic as an AUCTIONEER of li ft eeu ...

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 March 1890

Accum Ac coubt-hohse, va SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1s90. rhitered at the Postofhce at Accomac C H.. Va.. as second-class matter. The "magnanimity'' of our Nor? thern bretliren towards us since the war has elicited formally years much of sentimental gush from a certain class of Southern men. Senator Blair, a prominent Nor thern man does not see that -'mag? nanimity" in as rosy colors as it has appeared to them, and it is to be hoptd, that his utterances will put a check upon the silly vapor ings in which they have so freely indulged in that respect. It is bad enough to be subjected to the in? sults continually of our Northern biethren, but it is disreputable in us,tobe always ready, as many.ot us seem to have been, "to lick the hand that smites us." Senator Biair. in his speech a few days ago, advocating the passage of his edu? cational bill, says, as the following extract will show, that nought, but the ' ordinary rights of the van? quished" have been accorded to us and the lecture thereb...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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