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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 October 1887

8H?NAiND0^4r .\IVMV WOOD8TCOK, VA.. ' Eutored at the host Office, at Wos Va., as econd-ciaas matter. FRIDAY, OCT. 7, 1HS7. OTJB. OFFER. Books for the Million?All Standard Works. We call the attention of mu icodere to the advertisement in uuothcr column beaded ' "Rook? for the million" Html it carefulW and se? wbat a mass of litera ture you cuu get along with UM Hkkai.d one ?ear for the sum of $??.00. There is nothing trashy about these books. They ar? all standard works by tin- best and i most popular authors. Now is the time to get the Hsralp and fort) li\.- splendid books for only two dollars. Doat let this opportunity pass. You will never bave another such. An Offer Worthy Attention From Evary Readar of thi Htrald. YotR Choicb ok soon Qoon Pai-eks, ' FltKK. SUB8HINE : For youth ; also for those of sil ?fies whose hearts are not withered, Is a handsome, pure, useful and most in ??resting paper ; it is published monthly bv E. 0. Allen & Co.. August?, Maine, at 50 esnts ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 October 1887

LOST AfflJODE I STORY' OF TUE FRONTIE BY JAMBS F. FITT8. To that fair and fertile distric the State of Xew York, now kn< as Niagara County, there cann the early years of tbe present cei ry a hardy settler, liny Danv wi.h hi* family, and located u waat is now known as the Ri Road. Tbe region was then at most unbroken forest. There \ no other settler within two mih there was no village within miles ; and so sparse and scatte was tbe population that each ba; pioneer had to rely upon himsel tbe dangers and troubles ot Ins nation. Tbe family of Danvers cousis of himself, bis wife, and one cbi Danvers and bis wife were of i middle age, had seen much sorr and adversity in L'onnectic wbeuce they had removed to tb new borne, aud bad followed f dear cbildreu to the grave. 1 sixth and last, the darling of tb hearts, alone survived, and ? with tbetu in their wilderness hoc Little Tick, as he was called. ( was named for the Revolutions patriot, Timothy Pickering) was this time but sev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 October 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FHIDAY, OCTOKER 14, 1887. NO. 37. isrcausHSDWuaaLV by THE HERALD COM TAN Y Subscription, Osa Dollar and a half per year payable iu advance. Subscriptions not i aid at time of sub ?cr lung may ruuth.ee mouths for re pouseible parties, but after thai time ???.00 will be ohaxgod without variance iu any ease. All communications of a strictly private nature will be inserted ouly ae advertise? ments. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE.Q, oomplete in every respect, auditorial room, business offiee and steam presses be? tween Railroad and Main ?i ROUT. B. STONKBUBNBB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kdikbuku, Shknandoah Co., Va. Will practice in the court? of Slunan doah aud adjoining counties. Special attention to Collection of Claim Nov. it, 'St?ty. Commissioner in Chancery, AND NOrAK? 1'IB Lie'. >lT. .JACK.-uN - ? VlKtll.NIA. atar II -St-lv. tr fAMBS 0. BAKER, Jn., el -.wim ? HAItTON A BOY 1?. Practice lew In partaerebtp lu t tie ? Ubenenduan ?uj i'>?,. Tb? Bssesu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 October 1887

StttMWD?M TfE??AtD te f CBUsHKi) wbbxlt bt TQE HERALP COM PAN Y WOODSTOCK. VIKGINI?. I KIDAY, ?HT. 1 I, IHH7. ,??e??-e?es???-aa??s??ae?????MSs??s-e????ae?je??. w9wtENTI0N tomorrow. Tbe Bepublicans who meet in convention, at New Market, to mor row (Saturday \ caunot be too cau? tious in their proceedings and choice of caudidates. The Demo? crats hare nominated two very dis? creet men in Smoot and Magruder, and but for their poisonous princi? ples tbey would be hard to beat.? All the Republicans need do is to name men of general feed cLarac 1er, and the principles of the party will give us the victory. Gentle? men, let us beg you to keep your heads level. Monday was decidedly theshtnest. attetiiled court day within our rec? ollection notwithstanding the an nounceinent that Geni. Hnntoa, ?. Alexander, Smoot and Ma gruder were to speak. Their audi? ence was correspondingly slim.? One-half of Burner's Hal! held all the l.steut-rs during the entire time ecu-making. Geai. Hnnton did his be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 October 1887

VOOD8TOCK, VA, I EnUred at tbe Peat Office, at Woodstock, Va., a? eoond-clas* matter. FRIDAY. Ot'T. 11. IHN?, atBBBBB?JBaBBtae?ata?????^ OUR OFFER. Booka for the Million- All Standard Worka. Wo call the attention of our leader? to the advertioeuient in another column he oiled ' 'Hooka for the million." Bead it carefully and see what a moaa of litera? ture you can get along with the lln.ui. one year for the ?urn of 1*2.00. Tin re is nothing traaby about these books. They are all standard works by the beat und most popular authors. Now is the tune to get the H Krai n and forty-five splendid books for only two dollars. l?ou't let this opportnmty pass. Yon will never have ' another auch. an Offer Worthy Attention From Every Ruder of tho Herald. Your Choicb or toi'r Goon Papers, Free. SUNSHINE : For y oath ; also for those of all afea whose heart? are not withered, It a handtome, pure, useful and most in? t?r?t ting paper ; it it published monthly br E. C. Allen A Co., Angosta, Maine, at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 October 1887

A FAIR SPY. BY FLOYD C. ?ABNETT I was lounging about my tent en? joying myself alter the usual man? ner of soldiers oft doty, when a mes? senger boy approached me and po? litely touching bis cap, handed me a message. It was a hasty note from the Col? onel requesting my immediate pres? ence. 1 aroue, snd following the mes? senger out of my tent, started in sesrch of Col. Edwarde. I foond him seated m Iront of his lent putting a fragrant Havana mid deeply absorbed in thought.? The sound of my footstep attracted his atteution, and be raised his head ss I drew near. "You sent for me f" I asked. He made no reply, but entering the lent motioned for me to follow. "I have news for you, Lieutenant. We have a spy iu our camp." were the Colonel's first words. "Impossible M 1 eiclaimed in my astonishment at such unexpected and unwelcome intelligence. ??I would that you were right.? But 'tis all too true- My evideuce is conclusive. Knowing your abil? ity in that line, I have Beut for you tu unde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 October 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1887. NO. 38. 8+tENAWD0A*t -HEBAtD 18 rCBUBBBD WBSKLV BY TH ?3 HERALD COM PAN Y Subscription, Onb Dollar and a hali/ per year payable io advance. Subscriptions not i ?id at time of snb ?cr buij? may runth.ee months for re ponssible partie?. But after tiiat time $'?.00 ?-ill be charged without variance m any eaee. All oommunioation? of a strictly private nature will be inserted only a? advertise? ment?. THS HERALD JOB OFF1CEJJ, complete in every respect. Editorial room, babines? ornee and ?learn presse? be? tween Kailroad and Main street?. ROBT. E. STONKIHUNKI*. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Edinburo?, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practice in the court? of Sbeuau doah and adjoining te 'uties. Special attention to Collection of Claim?. Nov. 3. '84-ly. LTKIPLKTT. ?Sa. ATTOKNIY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, and N?iAKY public. M t.Jackson. ? ? V nun ni a. Ma* HI Th.-it. u TAMES C. BAKER. Jr., ?I -WIT? BARTON A IIOYI?. Practice law lo partner.hlp In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 October 1887

IS PCBUSHBD WIULT BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA FRIDAY. 0<T.%l,lfeN?. . -._... i ?? . i R?pnbiicaii LeiEislative TieJiet. Election, Tueaday, November 8, 1887. Por 8tate Senate (10th Dirttrict) : FRANK KINO, Of Slienaudonh. Por House uf Iliierst.s SAMUEL H. BOWMAN. ( ?! StiMiandoab. THE JTICKET. As appears above, the convention wliieb. assembled at New Market, on Saturday last, nominated Frank King for the State Senate and Samuel II. Bowaaao for the House ot Delegates. Both of these gent leinen are well known to the people of our comity. Dr. King cast his fortune with our people very soon after the war and ea)| iged in iron in ami fact ure at Van Bam Furnace as long as th.it industry ?ras profitable, and Bieea then has bee* largely engaged in raising improved cattle and oilier stock, and earning on a large easily harness. He has never en niged in the active practive of the profession bis title would imlicate, beyond occasional charity practice, Ml has be ever b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 October 1887

WOODSTOCK, VA, (Enterad at the Post Office, ?t Woodttock, Va., a? **coud-clas? matter. FRIDAY. OCT. ?1. 1HS7. OUR OFFEr. Book* for the Million-AU Standard Works. ' We call the attention of our rSOfeSSOeS tbe advertisement in another column beaded "Books for the million." Read it carefully and see what a ma?? of litera? ture you can get along with the IIkkaid one year for tbe sum of $?.00. There is nothing trashy about these books. Tbey are all staudard works by the best and most popular authors. Now is the tune to get the Hkkaid and forty-five splendid books for only two dollars. Don't let this opportunity pass. You will never have auothertuch. An Otfor Worthy Attention From Eviry Riadir of tho Harald. Yot'B Choicb or voir Goon Papeus, Fkkk. SUNSHINE : For youth ; also for those of all agea whose hearts are not withered, Is a handsome, pore, useful and most in? teresting paper ; it it pnblitbed monthly bv E. C. Allen A Co., Angosta, Maine, at BO **nU per year; it is handsomely illus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 October 1887

A TEMIBLE ORDE?L. THE TESTS TO Will CU THE STAN IABDS SUBJECTED A SPY. When the Peninsular war was at its height, General Mur?t, who was in command of the French troops at Madrid, desired to send a dis? patch of the gravest importance to General Junot at Lisbon. The dis? tance was not gr?>at, but the coun? try through which the messenger would be obliged to travel was in? fested by a band ot guerrilla? WU? carried on an irregular warfaro on their own accouut, much to the an? noyance aud detriment ol the French army. These lawless volunteer! fought from their ambuscade? iu the forests and mountain passe? with unparalleled ferocity, frequent? ly surprising detachment? of the regular array aud capluung their store? aud ammunition. The he? roic deeds of General Casta?o?, the guerrilla commanderin chief, were Ichoeil throughout Furope, aud it was well known that he gave no ?luarter to Fiench prisoners. There tore General Munit could find no soldier desirous of undertaking an e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 October 1887

1 ? .SV -A *>** -<** V?. ?W^*.H*% VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887. NO. 39. StttNAflleOAtt HEBAID IS PtTBUtHBD WBBBLT BT r II 15 HERALD COM P AN Y Snbecription, Onb Dollar ?.idi half per year payable in advance. Snbeoription? not j ?id at time of sub? set biug may rnn tb.-ee mouths for re no namb? o parties. But after that time $2.00 sill be charged without variance in any ease. All oommnnioation? of a strictly private nature will be inserted only a? advertise? ment?. TH1 HERALD JOB OFFICE,", .j complete in every respect. Editorial room, bUHinese offlae and ?team Bteeaet be? tween Railroad and Mam street?. ROBT. B, 8TONKBURNER, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, EllINBl'KU, Shknandoah Co., Va. Will practice in the court? of ?Sheuau doah and adjoining couutiea. Special attention to Collection of Claim?. Nov. 3, '?4-ly. ITRIW-liTT, .1... J- ATTORNEY AT LAW, Commissioner in chancery, AMU NOTARY rTHI.l? . J t.Jackson. ? ? Vikuinia. Verll'M.-U. u I A NIKS 0. BAK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 October 1887

urcBUBBBDwaaaLT by THE HERALP COMPANY ????ODSTOC'K VIKfilNIA FRIDAY. OCT.'?M, IHH7. ReBnulican L?gislative Ticket. E'ection, Tuesday, November 8, 1887. Pur State Senate (lOtb District) : FRANK KINO, Of Sbenandoah. For House of Delegates: SAMUEL H. BOWMAN, ? >f Sbenandoah. Public Speaking. Da?. King and li. II. kiddle kerger will speak in New Market Tuesday night next. ? at Mt. Jackson Wedtatatda* night. At Lebanon Church, Saturday uight, Novettilier Sib. Ct^On Court Day, November 7th, Dk. Kim., SAMUEL II. Bowman, Japub Yost and II. II. I'idhi.k BEUiiEU will speak in Woodstock. Otherappointmeuts may lie made by ivosters. COURT DAY AT LURAY. Last Monday was court-day in Paga. I?y previous announcement Dr. King and Kiddleberger appear? ed to speak for the Republicans. It did not work a great surprise to any (tody when Tom Whitebead, Baa. Charlie O'Ferral! and Mr. Will Alexander appeared on the scene. Dr. King spoke to a rous? ing audience ou the outside ol the court-house, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 October 1887

>f?g1Mim|HT fttf/vi-D WOOD8TOOK, VA, f.Entered at tbe PoetOKice.at Wood .t.? k, Va., ai -ecoud-cla*? matter. FRIDAY. OCT. 3H. IHH7. OU? OFFER. Booka for the Million?All Standard Work*. We call the attention of onr readers to tbe advertisement iu anotli.r column head ed ''Books for tbe inilhou " Head it carefully and tee what a mas? of litera? ture yon can gel along wit >i tilt- llll;\lli one rear for the turn of IX'.OO. There is nothing trashy about these books. TI? y are all standard work? by la* BOBS and most popular authors, Now ?- tin* tune to get the 11 IK A11> and fort)-Uve splendid book* for only two dollar?. Don't let this opportunity pass. You will uever have another each. In Offer Worth? ?ttsntion From Every Usiner of the Hs aid. YouB Choicb or tovk Good Papbus, laaBB. SUNSHINE : For youth ; alto for those of all agt* whote heart? are not wither.sl, It * handsome, pure, ntefni aud most in? teresting paper : it is published monthly bv E. C. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 October 1887

^ISL?mEG?ME, And How Ho Played It Bi ALEX DUKE BAILIF. Dick Thornton was a good i with plenty ol money, au easy 8eieuce, an inquiring turn of m and a quiet, humorous way of ing the world, Its blessings and that often developed into- di originality of thought, word, deed. "la sweet content my days spent," was the inaudible warbl Kichard's heart during thirty years of single blessedness, enjoyed, but never abused, good things of this earth, skimt around all tbe "Isms" and "olog as they bobbed up on the rim I; helped his frieuds, and was ba> One summer he went into a nei boring state to hunt butteri grubs, and "sich." lie fouud bo in a large tarrnhouse with two pban stepsisters who, with pit of money and much real est; still resided in the old lionx st? There was one of his eiilert.iiiiei very "old-maid," with all ilia implied by that term m its most feusive sense; the other wai young maid, sweet as the bill she rounded into pats with dainty hands, trim built, and g&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 November 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. NO. 40. IS PDBUtSKD WOBBLY 0Y TH R MERALl> COM P ?> V 8ob?criptioo, Onb Dollar anda halk por year payable in advance. Souecriptioni uot i aid at tune of ?ub ?er bing may run th.ee months for re poottible parties. But after that time %'i.OO will be charged without variance m any caao. ill communications of a ?tr.otly private nator* will bo ineerted only a? advertise? ment*. THE HERALD JOB OFF UK. . complet? io every respect. Editorial room, bo?ine*? otBoe and steam pre??? be? tween Railroad and Main street*. ROOT. E. BTONKB?BNBB, ATTOKNKV AT LAW, Kdinbuku, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practice in the courts of B doah and adjoining counties. Special atteutiou to Collection of Claims. Not. 3, '?4-ly. Commissioner in Chancery, and MTaai ? nu u. .Mt. Jackson. - - Vikuinia. saw si as., eta it TAMES 0. BAKER, Jr.,, tj --WIT* HA11TON <*fc HOYl>. f-tectleelaw In plrtnertblp lu tbe countlKut itheua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 November 1887

I? PUBLISHED W??? L Y BY THE HERALD COMPANY FRIDAY, ROY. I. ISS7. ' ? ? RspBli I?Mi?6 Wit. Election, Tuesday, November 8, 1887. ? to? Sdiute (ll'Ui liistrict) : FRANK KINO, Of SlieiiamWIi. For House of IVlp^ate?: BAMTJEL H. BOWMAN, (if Shenandnali. Public Speaking. I)K. KlN(i, S.VMl 1! 11. BOWXAH and ll. II. 1'imu KF.i:K?;r.R will apeak at Lebanon Church, Satur? day night, NovemlH'r Stb. ? )n Court Day, November 7th, DK. KlNli, SWilKI. II. HoWMAN, JACOI? Yost and II. II. KlIMM.K hi M>n will speak in Woodstock. COURT DAY. Our licpnblican friends must not forget to rally in their full strength on Monday. The issues involved in the present election will be fully discussed by Yost. Riddleberger, King and liowm.iu. THF VALUE OF ONE VOTE. One vote may decide the contest. Let no l'epub'ic.in remain at home and have cause t?> regret tbat be didn't know it ?TOO loaded. Care? fully examine your ballots and be sure yon vote for King and Bow? man. Look ont for blank ticket...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 November 1887

sheh/sIbDO/i-h \\tj\nt WOODSTOCK, VA. f Entered at the Post Otlice, ol Wo Va., a? -eeond-cl*?? mallei. i-itii>iv. Miv. i. is*.r. OUB offek. Booka for the Million-All Standard Works. ill til? attention ol oi'l 11 tin- iilveitiseuieiit in another column ?bt million." Read it (-?r.-fiillv Hit.l s.e What i o .I lilt un? til re. you can ?.et aloag with lb* one ?f?r for the soin ,,t |BsOO. II. nothing trashy ?limit lli. -? are all standard works bj th* ' most popular tuitl.?t-, Now It the tune to ?et the IlKKAI.D an?! loft] Bto splendid books for only two dollars. Don't let this opportunity pan?. You will OOTOK bat? another auth. An Ofltr Worthy Attention From Etiry Riador of th? He aid. Tatja dioica ob >??*( >? Goon I'm??. M'NSHINE : For youth ; also for those of all af|?a whose heart? are not withered, I* a handsome, pure, useful and - tcreating paper : it is published monthly hv E. 0. Allen A Co., At^oata, Maine, a? 50 ?ant? per yeiu ; ?t is boa triited...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 November 1887

HOW THE COLONEL DIED. The liege opeued, aud was pro greasing In good earnest before tbe Colonel realized it. Too old for active service, the Colouel remained at home with hla daughter and grandchildren leav? ing bis sous aud his son iu law to represent hiia in the field. When the first shell exploded in the city the Colouel was at the din? ner table. "That is a shell," he remarked Quietly "aud it fell withiu half a mile ot this bouse." The children screamed, and their mother turned pale. 'Are we in much dangerV ?ho asked. "That is a hard question to an? swer, replied the Colouel, "but I do not mind saying that we should prepare for the worst. I have often told you about tbe sbelliug of Vera Cruz. We poured a hot fire iuto the city, but when we entered it, I was surprised to find how lew we bad killed. '?Hut grandpa," said little Tom my, "\ou did kill some, didn't ?aal" ?Ol?, yes," answered tbe old man, ?'quite, a number ef citizens were killed. After the surrender I Ma it.. .1 itain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 November 1887

?toatta??il fH? Sepia V0L 67% WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1887. NO. 4L ItrCBUtBBDWBBBL? BT H KliA LI' COM I' A.N Y .,,,1101., ?.Mt UnlLAK AM'A Bal? , ai pavy dblt. Ill <??!> ??? . iiptions i.oi i aid al n.uc "i asa BtouttM i"t r? poua.ii.ie partie?. Bu? aiu-t ti ??OU will be charged wiiuoui vatiauce in All communication? of a strictly private. aatata ?illbe uatarta?! ta j aa advartiaa BBBBBB, TILE DaULD JOB Oil H I, complete la every IBBBtOI. Ldiloiial room, bUMliea? otlko iiml Mean. I" twecu Railroad and Mam ?tl l' . imiIIT. B.BT?NKBUKNER, Il ATToKNhV Al LAW, El'lNBL'KU, Mu. s-AN i ??au ( ?>.. Va. Will practice iu tho cuitsot Shenan ?loah and adjoining coin ' ?1 attention to Colic??'. iOB ol Claim?. Not.II,'P4?ly. Commissioner iu Cl?aneory, ...Mi BO VK? 1 IIUIV. MT.Jaosso? - - ViaoiMia ?lay 31 114.-1?. If I.\MK> ('. BAKER, Ska f J -W1IB-?? BailTOM ?t m? Y i>. "-?ctlc? law :u partnenhlp in ?!"? i . ? all and tent' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 November 1887

SttENAflDO/ttt 4t?BAiO I* rDIUIIID ?IHI.T BT fHE HERALD COMI'A.NY ?V'liiDSTOCK. VIRGINIA. THE UNION REPUBLICAN ! PKNNSYLYANIA, NKW .1 HU? SKY, MASSACill SI. ITS, OHIO, IOWA, M BRASKA //I If.* HFFS SWFI'T II Y THF BRAND OLD PARTY. NEW YORK, MARYLAND, YIP CIMA -M> MISSISSIPPI Il A VF GONE DEMOCRATIC. ELECTION IN VIRGINIA. Return.? up to the tune of going to press are as follows : The Republicans have catried the following senitotial districts : Rockingham; Lntienlvnrg. Notto way and Brunswick; Amelia, ('um berland.nnd Prince Kdward : Stag Ooocge, .Ve; K'izab-th City, ?Sec. Tbe Democrats have carried the following senatorial districts : Shenandoah and l'age; Clarke, Frederick, and Warren : Alexan? dria, Fairfax, and Fritice William; Campbell, Bed ford ; Montgomery, Craig.aad Boaaoke; Pittevlvania; Hanover and Caroline. The Democrats also have prob? ably carried the Southampton dis tri?t The Bepabliaaai havi elected members to the lower lions- m the following coun' Kockitigha...

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