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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 November 1880

teiiiiiii? YOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1880. NO. ft. SHENANDOAH HERALD t? rrjBa.i?HBD unii ?<?? 1HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tw Subscription, One Dollar and a halfper'year payable i a advance. All ooraiannlcations of a private nature will be barged for aa a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at short notice snd the most reasonable rates Professional Cards. A G. WYNKOOP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTC-CK. VA. Will practice In the court? of Shenandoab and adjacent counties. 1-sT- Special attention Riven to the collection of ?latms and all legal business entrusted to his care. Will be B Mt. JAcaso? on Friday ind Satur? day, before the 2nd Tuesday of each aionth, at 3r". L. H. Jordan's Drug Store. Sept. 5th-tf. ________ ktOStS WaXTOX. M. L.WaLTO?? WALTOS k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ra-MOSFS WALTON ?lao practices iu the Conn? ies of Page, Warren ana RockinghaL?i. Having qualified in the District a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 November 1880

SHENANDQAH HERALD IB PUBLlSBBt. ?KULI ?T IHENaNOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. vVedneadaj Xov 17 1880 *lmwmm^mmmSS&fi^SSSSmmmmmmmm The Futuro. If the people of Virginia ever did have enough of any one thing, they have had enough of the public debt question. It has been pending now for a decade, and they aro* surfeited with it. They w anl Hjsettled, aud they intend to bavo it settled as speedily as possible, and eliminated from the politics ot the ?j Hte. They want it settled on a basis that will bring the payment of the in? terest within the reach ot the revenues derived from tho present rate of taxa? tion. They believe that such a settle? ment can be arrived at by conservative men of ail parties and views who will approach the question in a spirit of eompromise and conciliation. They j believe that it can be accomplished on , business principles outside the arena of j partisan politics. The wranglings of] the hustings have bewildered and dis? gusted them....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 November 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALB WOODOSTCJK VA. Wedneodav Xov 17, I_80.. TOwU AND OOtTNTT AlTAHiB. Chanqk of Schedule Nov. 15. 1880. East Bound Passenger.1:55 p. M. West M ".1:55 ?' Through Freight West.7:15 a. m. M M East.7:59 i?. m. Way " West.2:01 M ?? East.9:10 a. m. K. L. Campbell A'_?t. ?->***?????**?????*???????.?????a?????_____. Masonic >otit'o, Cassia Lotice, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the laat Moodav n _M of each month. The yield ol corn this >car in lbs Vtilli'V has been very large. Much of our upland has produced crops almost eqial to au ordiuary nverbottooa ero;?. B. B. B. We arc sorry to lc.irii ilut Mr. J?>lin Coffelt, resi ling ?>a s aear Fadelev's Saw Mill, losi Ins house anil nearly all its COOtenU. by lire List Wednesday . 'Che lo?! tails heavily on Mr. Coffelt. Tiic harsh aspect of the autunatnl grey, which betokens the flatly s;de of lite, is easily modified by t'.ic u Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ir?vin &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 November 1880

FARM ANO FIRE SIDE ??.?_???__??????????????B?_? Southern Planter and Farmer the Oldest aud Ablest Agricultural .lo-.irnal in the South, Subscription, $2.00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr p per cue year for #2,50, or six months or $1,50. Every farmer should have it. ?- *-?----??-p?---** Sheep and Wnnl Every indication of the times, and every fact that can be present? ed for the consideration of farmers. shows that for the coming years the sheep and wool industry of our country is to assume far greater pro? portions than in the past, and that the prices of both mutton and wool bo such as will induce a ?i greater interest in sheep husband? ry than for some years. There are several causes for this, some of which relate more closely to our home affaira, others affecting the foreign aspect of the matter, and therefore coming to us somewhat in? directly. In England, during the past win? ter, the --liver rot," a disease quite ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 November 1880

VOL. Gl. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1880. NO. 7. SHENANI ra ?ubli?; v IHENANDOAH HEftALP Pi l LI 0T~ Suiserirdloi , i is? ?ble In advance. A'l oornmuui-... kargedfur as a a ? Jo!? rrlntliiK. All ktnd? ef J*b thy? mon "Sai i Prod A (;- wyyK ?>*? AT T <> Office WH* tViUriractii-' ' adjacent counties'. Malm? and all legal ' Will bi in M. day, before th.- n \ 1 J>f. ?. n. Jordan'? : Sept. 5th?tf. Mop?.? Walton. ALTON' S v ', : w WOODS'! IWMOSV.!? v." VI ? Meeof Page,W?rr? Having qoaBI 3ourt? >f the I prepared to pi i SlTlnasiieolBlat. a. c. At-Li*?. ALLEN ft ' kVSi I 8HKNA5T)0M April. 29?tf I Mai. Will WM. T. ' IVlLl.lAM ATTORX WO ?Pract'.i-c rn tb? ?.am, I"age. Fl a the On - t.s. nistru-t Oomrt. ?aeclaJ attanltou **~1 I. NEWMAN. .1 TTO R ' Practlrrs In ' ltd .>? I fsr~ n i? ? ? ? ?iromtt atteut -tf. H. RIP1 tl* JanuirT. isl? ? OEORGE R ATTORN] IS ? ill practi,--:i. Ihi .?oucty. xt! el i?.i all tbi .age Count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 November 1880

SKENANDOAH HERALD t? rCBlaSHSD wm.il ?IT iHCflAMOOAH HtSAWD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Weriue^tlav Not? 24 1880 Bourbonism. In Virginia "the rights of Republi? cans have been ignored by the Bourbon Democracy" says ex-Senator John F. Lewis in a resent letter to the Editors ?Cthe Valley Virginian, the leading re an newspaper in the State?, and republicans everywhere are corstantly writing and talking about the "bourbon democrats" of Virgiuia. This is an age of progress say tbey, and a bourbon iorgets nothing aud learns nothing. In reply, ire say we do most sincerely hope that the people of Virginia will nevir be called on to learn from bitter ex? p.-rience in their own slat? the costs and curse of republican rule as experi? enced in the south, and we feel sure if they do r,ol foryet how Virginia's less fortunate Southern Sisters were plunder *? 1 bv republican carpetb.ggers and ?S lmroediitelv after reconstruc? tion, they will never have the lesion to }"-trn. Take South Caroli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 November 1880

SHENANDOAH HERAL? WOUDOMTCK VA. *^wB??aw> iV?V.2*, t&SO l'OW?I AND^CO?T?TY AFFAIRS. Change Of SCHEDULE N ?? 1880. East Bound Passenger.1:55 i*. M. West ?? "..1:55 ?? Through Freight Wtsi.7:15 a. m. 11 ErrI.7:59 t*. u. Way '? Wtst.?01 ?? EaBl.0:lM A. M. l?. L. Campbrxi -.-; Maaonic Xotice, Cassia Lodge, No. 142, P. A. M. mtets in M; ! me liai!, Woodstock) the Ism Mt'Ditsi Dishl ol each month. htAiovt.D.?L.H. 1>. i>. tan r liai removed hisoffljs loh ? next door to the residence ol Mr. Isa ic Hua?. B. B. B. Oyster? one dollai \ i i solid oysters or 30 et?, pel W, C, Brtrion'". The persimmon crop is v.ry this Yk-'iir. The leni] forward to a full supply ol gin .< r cake? aud persimmon br r : The barn ou i >e Urowu Winchester. Vs . OVrd I y ?ir ? la-t Wedoi >dav. Ami lost ?ere --\ ! ten tous ol ha>. The ?ere the lrw.u iVi . L>. Twelve ;: .-. for cue doll a si W t . Bai ri u '.?. 1111&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 November 1880

FARM- AND FIRE SIDE Southern Planter and Farmer the Oldest and Ablest Agiiculiural Journal in the South, Subscription, $2,00 a year, Richmond, Ya. We will furnish this excellent ami pepular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year forS2,50, or six months ro frl.50. Every farmer should have it. Agriculture in ?Schools. Ireland bas taken a step in ad? vance of all other countries iu re? gard to the teaching of the rudi nient8 of agriculture in the public schools. Ferhapg there may be reason and wisdom in this as well as justice, for agriculture in that unfortunate island must necessarily be in deplorable condition, when the soil, proverbial for its excellence, does not support its occupants. In such a case the first principles o? the profitable culture of the soil may well be taught in the schools, which are the only means of reaching a population that is quite without any other source of instruction. Bui it is i.n evidence ol a popular need of rudimentary instruction, that a beg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 December 1880

? ? VOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1880. NO. 8. S HENANC3AH HERALD ia runnenap w*l-.;l\ ht fHCNANOOAM HERALD PUBLISHING- CO lr> Sueeeriptlon, One Dollar end a hilfyei raar ??yeblei?adyanc?. A'l communication? of a yirlvate nature will be barged for a? a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at short notlceaud the moat reasonable rate? Professio?ial Can's. A (.. WYXKOUr. ATTORNS Y AT I A W. Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in the courts of Shenandoab and tdjacect counties. tST Special attention ?lveu to the collection of jlalroaand ?illegal bnalneaaaatrnated to bis care. Wjli.ii? is Mi. lacaaox on Friday ?nil Satur? day, before ths too Tneeday of ?ach .nonth, at T>r'. L, H. Jordan'? Drus Store. ^ Sept. 5th?tf. Mosi?\V?.ltos. M. L. Walton WALTON k WALTuN. ATTOBXIY8AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. larMOSF? Walton ilae ?.radices in the Conn lie? of Page, Warrer ana Kockiiv.haiM. Having qualified in the r.strirl ar-d Cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 December 1880

SHENANBOAH HERALD xi aaasjtsaa? t*wnt ?* aiENANOOAH HEaALO auiUSHINO CO WOODSTOCK, YIIaOlNlA. Hednesdai Dec 1 1880 The ftepubl.cau Adders*. We publish in full the address of the Republican State Executive Committee. It is an important document in several respects; It shows in the first place that a "deliberate, strenuous and costly effort" to transfer the Republican vote of the Slate from its own candidate, Gen. Garfield. to one ot the democratic electoral tickets that was being run in Virginia " was made. We know that the object of this move was to divide and destroy the democratic party of Virginia; that it was. on the part of the republicans, to build up the republican party of Virginia and make it Ihe party that would control the eutire manage went ol State affairs. We also learn from this address that cue of the objects of the party is to repeal the capitation . ?ax qaalificaUoa, a measure fraught with not only danger, but positive in? jury to this section of the State, a meas?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 December 1880

?IHEKANDOAH HERALD woonowr?.*!?! va. Il t-tlii?KduT Dec 1, IN80 TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIBS. Chaxoi Of BCHMHTLl Nov. 15. 18-0. Eskl Bouml PsssMfsr.1:55 v. m. W?MI " ??.1:55 - ThrouKli Freight West.7:15 a. M. East.7:59 r. M. Way " W?rt.2:01 " " East.0:10a.M. R. L. CaMI'UKLL Aut. ? a^^^aw,a.^?aa^ .11 a ?on if Sollet?, Cas-sia Lodfte, No. 142, F. A. M. niiet? in Masonic Bull, Woodstock, Un la? i Honda) night ot each luomh. Ibltt Us. s l .??r?. ki.K U l> Mill liUU' let? m Powell ?- Fort, >>" Insl Saturda). Ruiaius m 11. bciiuiiu't. We have been waiting patiently fur tome corn that Lu? been pro in Ned us, lui S?ll It S.OUH-S lust. The loondaiiou ui U e new Kiii-copal church iu ilii-? place, haa been coa d. Tin- church ?vil! : ot be erec .' .'.??? next spntic BHnofiriliiei's Bodega Biller?. Some of our ciuteoa look advantage of the cold ?cither to secure t eroop .?! ice. M:ih\. howerer, ar-.', still waiting for tin big ?reiite, ?ben they expect to ??.cur?- ai?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 December 1880

FARM AND FIRE SIDI ? *?**--. ? Soother* Plaster and Farmki the Oldest5) and Ablest Airlcullur. Jonroal in the S >uth, Subscnptioi $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will Furnish this excellent at popular Agricultural Journal, with 01 paper one year for $2,50, or six mont! or Dl.30. Every|farmer should have i Butter Making the Year rone The public taste for fresh mat butter at all seasons ot the year hi been steadiiy growing for seven good reason? lor this change, I the first place the art of keepir butter whicli is made in dairii under favorable conditions and ? fine quality is understood by b? tew makers, and even a less nun ber ot purchasers. A vast quantit has been spoiled every year in bolt ing it for a higher price, and sut sequcntly sold tor grease. Th: depreciation has represented an in menseloss of money, and the proj ress which the last five or six yeai have witnessed plainly indicate that it is only a question of tli time when all of the butter mam lactured for mark...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 December 1880

VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1880. NO. 9. Sft^^^TT" ?HEaANDO?H HERALD ta ?-OBi-isuai ??HM ?*< ?HEWANOOAM HERAL? PUBLISHING CO tV Sukaorlpf.. h une Dollar and a hsifpcr yaar payable a advance. % , Ml communications of a private nature will be h*rg?4 for as a advertising. Job Printing. Ail kind* o" Job ?Aoik doue at saortnot'.caand j t?M moat reasoaat-le ratea Proiessi07u? f',tr<'s. X G. WYNKOOP, AT T O 8 V E Y AT LA W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. W'OOnSTOTK VA. Will practice ir tin's- ^r?s of sbeijindoab and ?dtaceiit counties. SV ?-jii'clil attention given to the collection of jlaimsand all 'ecalbu'lpissentrusted to bis can-. Will.Bit? Vt. .Jack?"*, .-u Friday ?l?sl Ratnr. day, before tbe -'ml Tuesday of each aionth, at ?>r. L. H. .IssrilauV Drag .Slur?. ?aft. :.tb?tf. MoaXKWAL-. ' M. L. Walton ALTON .?i WAL AT tOBVETflAT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. w nr"MOS*??*. WALTON also practices in the Conn lie? of Page, Warrec ana Kockingham. Having...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 December 1880

SHENANDOAK HERALD ta roaiosaaii ?'-?asa? *.? IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLI8HING Co Woodstock. virgixia Wednesday Dee 8 1880 Wl publish, in this issue, the ad dt\ M of the Conservative Democratic Committee of Virginia. It is a well prepared document uud presents in a clear and forcible manner the position of the Coptervative Democratic party. We ask, the carelul perusal ol it by our leaders. The issues for the next cara ? ore not yet fully made up. Some of the leading Republicans of the State la vor a s. lerne by which the Republi? cs vote can be cast fora so-called Democratic ticket and by a uuion of the two factions defeat the regular Conser? vad ve Democratic ticket. Geoeral Mahooe. it is reported, has ealled a ?l i ting of bis captains for the purpose 61 consultation. It will then, wc sup ?vise, be determined what policy shall be parened by the Mabone faction.? '.-.ig under the overwhelming de i hi. h has scatterttl his small num? ber o: fbllowen, be, no doubt, now feels the necessity ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 December 1880

?HENAKDOAH HERALD WDODOHTCK VA. \\?MtHeaUk> De?~?, l*??0.. TOWS AND OOimTY AITAIBS. Change of Schedule ?Nov. 15, 1880. Edit Bound Passenger...*.. 1:55 p. M. Weit " "....1:55 " Through Freight Went.7:15 a. m. " East.7:59 r. M. Way M We8t.2:01 " u " East.9:10 a.m. S. L? Camteell ?fft? Masonic .Notlet-, Cataia Lodne, No. 142. F. A. M. meets in Mat-onic Hall, Woodstock, the laut Monday night ut each mouth. M?.li?biti VVuMju, vi ?Ut. JncKs.u Is erecting a v?.ry fine lira? Btuble. A new and Greah line ol chrisim s good* just received by J. \V. Martin. All ?hades ol split aud single Zephyr at M. Cofftnau'i.. The Bonn! oftapervlsora bave reduc* ed tbe county tax troni 30 .o 20 ceins.a reductlou of ih.riy-ihrec and uoe-tnird per cent. Bamgarduer's Bodega Bitten. If you want to find tbe beat o\ f*tcr> forthe holhday seasou, wri'e to X. W. White A to., tVaahingtou D. C. Tins house always tirui?iu-8 4001I osiers ai a lew pnce. Engage your oysters for ihe Holidays of W, c. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 December 1880

T .?S? STI I m* 4-aT-*-*-*^tT***Wt--**-******--****--***-* -? s ? i FARM AND FIRE SIS **?? I A San ' - -?..... *s-ss?***--j-s?**?-*?-ssa?J****-j-s??-*-*-?*?*s-?***-*ss-***? SocTHtKN Planter amd Farm the Oldest and Ablest Asricultu Jonroal In the South, Subtcnpti? $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent : popular AgriculturalJouroal, with? paper one year for $2,"*0, or six mon or #1,50. Every fanner should have lion-tin? PlantH Tender plants that, for a f months past, have been in the b der, and that are intended for w tcr blooming, should at tbe close summer or early in September the more northern states receive tention preparatory to housing. a rule, those plants that bave t?o e:cd freely during summer will i be of muck value tor winter blooi ing, and it is not to them wo woi now direct attention, but to th( especially intended for the winde conservatory or greenhouse. La plant to be lifted should be c around with a narrow, sharp spat or some other sharp, thin to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 December 1880

itat VOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15? 1880. NO. 10. ?KSKANB3AH HERALD .? rrjbListJBi' w-tanifV iv HE ?4 AN DO AH HERALD PUBLISHINO CO ? - .:'-.---? ? ?ni ? i" ?'*-!? ? > 1ST Sa.aaripttnn, On? Dullar and a halfper year ,-iayable n advauce. A'i coromiinl.-atirtu? of a private nature will be tot a? a advertiiing. Job Printing. All kind? ft Job Werk done at abort noticeand trie most rca-oiiihle rate? Profrf.ii'rival Cards. G. WYNKOOr. A T T t) H NE Y IT LAW, "Moa With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. '.s'il I practice la the court? of Fhenandoih and ?d'itct ;i Biven to the collection of . nl a'' >i:al biiftiiiesfti-utrujled to hi? care. ..'i Friday ?nd Ratur 'ay, before ' ?? ?t t-aot? 3iouth, at 3r. I. H I ? I .:?'- l'ru_ -'? re. ??:.?tf. M. I .SS ?I.TON ' VITALTOR it WALTOR, >> rOBERTSAT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. I ?LTOS alfo prncMcef in the Conn (Tarree ?M Uockinghaw. ii the lii.trict and Clrenlt United Statei., In Virginia. He I? ?-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 December 1880

SHENAND3AH HERALD is POBLiaaai) w.ixlt ?t WOODSTOCK. VU?? JINI A. Wed il ?'Min y Dec 15 1880 >ews lit ni* The tinco colored people, one svo rnarj, who inurtlercd Mrs. Kennedy, in Clanr.K.on county, S. C, last Suudas. wen captured Wednesday and hanged t i II : 'ree. Mr. W. B. ?Scott, the present store ?;rofthe penitentiary, claims tbi.1 entitled, L?der the law, to tsvo . . per coat, commissions upou ill money derived by the State from the hire of .convicts. Herelotore t'ni* hasnot been taken ot the matter, and compensation has never heen n1. lowed to the storekeeper upon this enoe. If Mr. Scott's lined it will involve th?-. payn Uounonwosllh of a re ot money, not only to ? in: , -. also to bi? predecessor . i-imilar capacity forsev Nicbolas Ttid, republic.? greenback ; certifiicate of election . memberol the next Congress from the S:. Joseph, Mo.,district. The vote, - . by the secretary of State, -boss s ":!,T70 lor Kurd. -J1.7CS for Crsig Bg tin- fornur a majority of :-so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 December 1880

?HEN?NDO?H HERALD WtXinilHTCK VA. .-Ta-?? ?? ?? n. .-. WfUue-Ml-*.? Dec 13, iMt-tO? TOWI A3TO OOJTNTY ATTMBB. Change of Schedule Nov. 15. ?SSO. East Bound Passenger.1:55 P. M. West " '*.1:55 ' Through Freight West.7:15 a. M. " East.7:59 r. if. Way M West.2:01 *' ?? East.9:10 a.m. E. L. Campbell Ai*t. -,? 51 _ ' .. I ? ?? ., ' Masonic Notice. Cassia La-due, No. 142. F. A. M. Diets in M??onic Hall, Woodstock, the 1??; Jilt tulas nicht of each mouth. TUE Lit lUct-l'.iilc Club, ul tola place. will meet on next Friday nicht. Call at Barbell's and see their fino stock of Xrna.8 g..ods. We are 9ftrry to learn that Mr. David S. Heukel lost a sprightly son, three years old, of d>ptheria, last week. Ready made clothing being sold at greatly reduced prices by J. ?V. Martiu. Kpiocopal 8ervices in the Court House next Sundav. Dec. 19th, 11 o'clock, A. If. and 7 o'clock. P. M. Irwin A Son sell B. B. t?. Mr. Sam'l Bevdler, his a Short Horn Bull, A'>e- Beonlck ir. which i?. 2 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 December 1880

FARM AND FIRE SIDF SOL'THERN PUNTER AND FARMER the Oldtst aid Ablest Agricultural Journal in tLc South, Subscription, $2,00 a year, Richmond, Vn. We w:ll furnish Una excellent anil popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper oue year for $2,50, or six months o: $1,50. Every farmer should have it. >.*?*!-*?*?*?-**-*--*-a*-*^^ ?reeding; nuil Feeding of Live Ktoek The enormous and rapidly increa? sing demand lor meat, which char lerizca the food markets of these days, has reacted in a remarkable manner upon the nalure of the ani? mals that supply it. Formerly the animals that iurnish pork, mutton, and beef, were allowed to attain the age of tree ycare old and upwards, before they were considered to be >*ripc," for the botcher; but now Miieep and pigs are perfectly BbStur. ed at the early age of one year; and two-year old oxen furnish a large quota of the beef in our markctR.as well as for expert while alive. The so called improvement of stock is simply the forcin...

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