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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 December 1880

OJ ^^????*??" vol ,c>v WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ?2, 1880. NO. il. 5HEA' . ist; 8Beci -. 1 thcfc?. " V" . T T ? ?\v? ? F. i ? '?' ' V1 i SHE A c. V V vi ? D OB. JPh r?t*"n? br g ! i \. , a. r. Mi ? ? - . 1 *jr- ? a Jan. I - f ' ?\'r 1 s . ?en? ' p. a ''? A - - lim... a- ? - pare h ? nid.. ;r* ?i lit. ?:i-tf. kn . v are .-u i ofr;, ? ? plie I a ? eb .6-li. lirick ! I hare j.. N'.lb'k ? ?Ire I M tll il* nid duced pri e-, tir ? I wrl ?f.ut. H :t* ;-**,-iu*; ?jieiah ra ?I?-*- 11. ? [ BTiniTl uV-|l p \ i uu 1 day a.d apwtr I ,? Wen, w t . M ? -A? y ? ir t i . ? . ?par? ?.ira i.iM ne?- y a? w aaai? ??nor i ? ;>? - (IHtS ...I t' .1 H'? If -Mklai mu Vila? Tbob fc Co-, P ,r,Uu i 1 iily ?4 I? COUNTY DIRECTORY. Il "T JUDGE. Ivart, - ? New Market | COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. ii berger, - - Wood.tcck UK or nil courts. Wccdftock Str??Vu.-g. ?-:,;., sheriff, ?.. DEFCTTE*. eodstoek. - - Edn.burp. .r.ir'?.Mlle. .Sanni?ville, .Edinburg. TUE ' -, i (?t'cck .. . , i BEVEsra. W'O'llHtc)! &...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 December 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD I? rrii.iii>D w-sr-aar ?v ?MrNASIOOAH NKSALO PVSUSHINt 00 WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. We?ueadtajf Dn t9 ISSO We publish in ihi? issue the address of the Chairman of the Readjuster party, as published in the Richmond IHsvafih. Whether thii addresa wat issued privately to the Chairmen of c?mmittect*|or intended for publication, we are not informed. It i?, however, worthy of attention. It tbowt that the Mahone Committee bave s lively ap? preciation of the importance of Club?. These much denounced Knownothieg organizations are to become a part ot the Mahone plan of organization. Club? arc lo b? organized by the Mahone party in every county. They are we suppose to consist of three classes, 1st the Simon pure Mahone men ; 2d, "from etch precinct oue or more of the aioat influential of those Readjustets, who Toied the May ticket" Id, The colored volera. This order naturally suggests to the mind of the reader the edict? i-su. d in ihe Richmond Whig about the 2d day of last Nov...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 December 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOOOOKTCK VA. ?edueatlai Dec 33, 1-wKO. TOWH AHD 00IT1TTY AFrAIBS. CUAMOE Of* SCHEDl'LE NoV. 15, 1R80. last Bouud P.issene-er.1:59 f. M Weal '* ?'.1:55 " THtouiih Fn Lgbt West.7:15 a. m. ?" Ea?.t.7:59 r. U. Way " Watt.2:01 " '? ** last).9:1<> A. M. R. !.. Campbrll Agt. Slasouie \otice. Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. niitl?. in Mtt.ouie Hull, Woodstock. tb? Ib-I Mondas nisi t ol each month. Atibe boor ot 5,0.u? i" pu-*. >?. lia? received no Eastern mail? siucc Mon dny. Headache ?nd Neuralgia cured by B. B. li. Many ot me tchoola sure 1 yeaterday on account of the deep wow, Notice.- Tot otlL-.? of the County Treasurer and ot th? County ?-?iii>. riu tendeut of Schools svill will be clewed on Chrialrnaa ?1 if. ??m>??law?.?. - We ur? nquesieo to aunouuee thai the ?tores at this place Will be cl.>.?-.? J on Chriatiu as d.iv. Toilet soapa gooit and cheap at B. Sibixiiit's. Snake Killbd.?A 1 ii'i'T headl anake was killed by llr. l?eo. Funk'? don, n-ur M,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 December 1880

FARM AND FIRE SIDE S?UTUKBr, PLAVTER AND FakMEB the O'deit ntd Ablast AjrticuHural | Jonrnal In the Sooth, Subacnption, 1 $2 00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr ??per one year for $2,50, or six month? or $1.50. Ev?ry farmer ihoul?! have it. Holiday Work? Now that mittens are so much worn, to be in keeping with the spirit of the age they are made or? namental. Plain knitting work keep the fingers warm, to be sure, but fancy stitches are so mach ihr prettiest and twice as much work. Tiiat is what good knitters delight in I believe, so here are directions tor making beautiful FANCY HITTKNS. Use three threaded Saxony ya and No- 20 needles. Set up thirt four stitches on the first need] thirty-one on the next, and twent two on the third, and knit on around plain. 3d row. Seam two, knit 01 plain, throw the thread over ai knit one, do the same for seven a ditional stitches; this will mal .liteen stitches from scamin 8 tm two, sl...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 January 1881

VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5.1881. NO. 12. ?HEKANDDAH HERALD M ?IBU<<1:|I W*E?I.T K* M4ENAND0AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO t3t" Pmk??rl;>t. ?, Ont Di 'lnr and a talfper yaar payeM? a ?.'.vanee. A,l oo?aniiir?\\v; > ..s of a irivate nature will be | barged for as a advertising. Job Printing. HI krnde of Job Work done at short ui Uceand ] the auost reasonable rates Profetsionai (!ani$. 4 u. WYNKOOP, A T T 0 ? X E Y ?T LA W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in the court? of Shen&ndoah and adjacent w untie?. PT" Hi i to the collection of olalmsa rntrnatad tohis care, Wn ii.- ? u Friday ?nd Satur? day, bcff.* II v of each month, at 3r". LB.. Sert. :>th?t?. MOSF- \ . ?? M. L. ?ALTOS WILTON ? WAL'. ATTOBHTT8 AT LAW WCX VA. IWMOSEs WALTON also pnoUoMla thaConn, ileso' i - cainghara. Having qoah IMstrlct and Cireuit ?Jourt". ?: a,ln Virginia. He Is -.repart -\ laid Co?TftBw-> jivim; ii itealn Baiikruntcv. S, C. All?. r. \v. maobcdm ALL...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 January 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD ia rcBLisaiD wsmli ht IHENANOOAH HERALD PU8LISHIN0 CO 1WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wctlnenttai Jan. 5 1881. Mr McClnre's Answer ] In his letter from New Orleans to his paper, the Fhiladelphia Tines, Mr. Mc Ciure addresses the following in reply to certain papers which assailed his Richmond letters : ?A WORD ABOl'T VIRGINIA. 1 ?otice that the Richmond Whiq. the Washington Republican and Mr. James R. Young's Washington letter to the Slar criticise my Richmond let? ters on Virginia repudiation as unjust t3 Senator Mahonc and his repudiation party. It should be known to the rea tiers of the Times that I do not own a single [southern-bond; that I do not know of a sinsle individual in the coun? try who owns any such bonds ; that I never bad any interest, direct or con? tingent, in southern securities, and that no person 1 as ever so much as suggest? ed to me the agitation of southern cre? dit. It is a public question that direct? ly affecta all financial circles in the North an...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 January 1881

iSHENANDO?H HERAUS WOOD08TCIS. VA. WettneaMtav Jan S, IH81. TOiwTA?T~00?XTYATTAIBS^ Chanos of Schkdulb Nov. 15. 1880. East Bound Passenger.1:55 r. m. West M ".UM ' Through Freight West.7:15 a. m. East.7:59 r. M. Way " Weit.2:01 " ?? East.9:10 a.m. R. L. Campbell A*t. Masonic Xotlce. Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the la?t Mondav nicht of enoh month. One hundred aud lurtj -bix muriage licenses wtre issued in this county last year. B. B. B. Mr. Dauie-1 Sheets was kicked in the mouth by a horse last week. The wound ?us verv pninful. A bear was killud on North Mountain, in this county, a few day s ago, by Mr. John Mumaw and father. It weighed about 130 pound?. A new post office has been establish ed at Zepp'? tan yard, on the route from Maurertown to Paddy Mills, with E. H. Zepp, postmaster. A most fortunate medical discoervy B. B. B. ?_ Gray hairs are honorable, lut few like them. Clothe them with the hues of youth by mid* Ayer'? Hair Vigor. The big h...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 January 1881

FARM AMD FIRE SIK Southern Plavtkr and Farmkb the Oldest and Ablest Axtlcultural Journal in the South, Subscription, $2 00 a year, Richmond, Va. Wc will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr ?aper one year for 12,00, or six months or ?1,50. Every farmer should bave it. _^??^-?-????-???-?????????????l Catching i ?U ' ' Catching cold" does not usually occur m the coldest season of the year. Moist and chilly air is the source of nearly 'all the maladies mat are produced by taking cold. This moist and chilly air causes not only the lesser ills of life, but those more serious maladies that end in death. Cold and dry air does no harm that art and care may not avert. We may control the lesser ills ariving from catching cold, but cannot always limit the sererity of many maladies they in? troduce. An impression extensively pre vails that "a cold" will run its course do what one may. We never know at the outset of many maladies exactly what that course ?n?y be. Wha...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 January 1881

VOL. fil. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1881. NO. 13. ?SP?" :hek?anc3ahher?lb ta ?oacisH?.r mmi a? ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO W ?.e.sertptlon, One IK dlar an 1 a hufper y?ar pay ?bis In advance. A'l communications of a private nature will be barged for aa a advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Wort done at sho'rt notice and the most reasonable rates J*rofe$9ioiuU Co. \ 0. WYNKOOP. AT T O R .V a? Y 4 P L .4*11 . Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOl K VA. Will practice in tueciiirt.? of Sbenaudoah and ?discern counties. tr special attenti?Ti qiveii to the collection of :LlTv.??nd si' legal 1? - I? care, ?in iris Mi. lai ' - ?- an Friday md Satur? day, befi re Ibi nth. at Dr. L. H. Jordan's Drag Store. Sept. Mb?tf. Most:? Walton. M. L.Walton WALTON k WAL1 ATTORNEYSAT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tTMOSFJ WALTON also I ? Conn tie? of Page, W'arrSL ana Bocktns Having qualified in the District and Clrenit Courts >l the fuited State?, in Virginia, He is prepared to proeacnte...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 January 1881

SHEMAND?AH HERALD ta rosutiiiii wwsatT bt ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?WtX'WTOGK, VIRHINIA? Wcc.m>*?*n? Jan. 13 1881. We hardly deera it necessary to bur? den our columns with the addresses and manif.sto s issued by General Ma? ligne, within the last ten days. It will require a number of political addresses mince the white people ofVirgi nia, that it into thtir interest to vole for a part? who are howling ''Public Debt," aid at tl e same time are com mlttcd to tl c policy of the repeal of the ? ijvation tax qualification whereby the Sa'.'! will lose thousand! of dollars every year. Men of property are no! tobe relieved of this tax. but 60.0CO negroes are to be permitted to vote without paving- this or any other tax. The ?ff. rt is to place the government or the iV.ate under the control of this mn MS paving class. It matters not totl.ep'op'e how much of the debt t'.iev pu i- ise to pay. or to readjust or to repudiate, so lone as they propose to iilace the tax levying power in ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 January 1881

.HEN?1ID0AHHBUIB WOODOHTCK VA. Y* educada* Jan. 13, 1881 TOW* AJTO OOTTT?TT AITAIRS. CUAKOE OF BCUBDULE Nl)V. 15. IftSO. Xait Bound Paiienzer.1:55 p. u. We?t M ".1?55 M Through Freigilt West.7:15 ?v. M. Ea*t.7:59 r. SL Way " West.2:01 ** ?' " East,.9:10 a. M. R. TU CaMPBKLL Ast. Maaoulc Nolicei Ca??ia Lodge, No. 142. F. A. M. ?i'et? io W??onic Hall, Woodstock. Ir-r- lav) aVtt i da\ n<el t of eat b irnn'i'i. Vi e have so rooiu f'>r poeSM ou UM "Beaat?ul feoow." Ti ey may be sea aanabk', but oui rendir? Lave lost ?heir taste lor poem? of tlmt kind. Keep them till m xi Au/i'st. Episcopal St-rvce? in ihe court house tvex- lasl'J the 16ch 11 o'etook a. ?1. 7 o'clock p. ro- choir practice Saturday tveoing ? o'clock. J. W. Martin i? ?ole agt. tor the cel? luloid collars. Ctift? nun* shirt front?. The man that ess >-ave a dock of partridge? tbi* senon will be tksna good work 'or himself and for all far? mer?. Save all ihat sou can. There ii great danger of extermination. House Buk....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 January 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE Southern- Punter and Farmer the Oldest and Ablest Agricultural Journal in the South, Subscription, $:* 00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish thia excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr fn;> r oue year for $2,50, or six months 01 si.50. Every'ji'arraer should have it. ??Mil II ? l m i??????ag???j?.^? Viihie cTf lovor asa Fert .*or , A i rrespondent desires infor t'on about the fertilizing value clover. Wo presume he reters if leaves in the soil when has been cut or fed off as pasti But plowed under green, there scarcely anything in the way vegit.iticn that surpasses it as gi manare. fertilizing effect ot clo sod, according to Dr. Lawes, equal to 180 pounds of nitrate soda to an acre. This estimi however, is net high enough, if penments m:\ac in Germany Dr. Weishe and Dr. Weruucy taken as approximately corre These show that an average clo sod leaves in the soil in round nu ben nboul 900 pounds ot dry s stance, 7,000 pounds of orgai r, and nearly ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 January 1881

lundi YOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19,1881. NO. 14. SHENANDwAH HERALD t? rtjat.i?iiBi> ?swn r? M4KBAND0AM HERALD PUBLISHING CO tor rratssA-lptlon, On? Dollar and a half por yssr Bat/abat ib tdvauce. AH ootaraunlcati-insof a privsta nature ?rill be (baagadfsr as a advertising. Job Printing. All binds of Job Work done at abort notice and the ?tost reasonable ratee Professioruil Howl*. A G. WYXKOUP. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offiea With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODS'! OfK VA. Will practice In thecortrt? of SLepandoah ?nd tdjaeeat counties. EaT" Special attention given to tl-p col'e.-t'On of tlttm*and tU'egal battues* e?trvitted t" ill? e?re. Will BB in Mt. fACBto* n I rl I tj tnd Satnr. dty, saf"ro_tbe fad Tnesi'-t i f cacti noiith. at St. L. H. wrdau'? Drua Store. Sept. 5th?tf. atotai Wat-roa. H.L.Wa*.tob XITALTON A W ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. EaVatOSES WALTON also rractlcc* in the Conn t'es of Paf*, Warrer. and Uik-V-ii" Barias, qutllfleil iu the IMstrlcl and Ctmiit *?onrtt ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 January 1881

SHEKANDOAH HERALD I? eUBLisnsn wassr.LT *r aMENANDOAH HERALD eUSLISHINQ CO rv-Vti'-i ',' T.T' ,, .' .1 i?:_ ",. i ?sMifc V*.i -^?aV^S^y '^WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedneaday Jan. 10 1SS1 Our neighbor, the Virginian iayi ' The Uerald ?ays it doe? not propoae to burden it? columns with tbe mani? festoes of Mahone and Intimate? that they are too numerous.'' "Exactly so, Mahone bas issued bat cue addres? siuce the election, and thi? be issue? as chairman of the readjuiler committee." But [this one * The EJitor of tbe Vi."]in-an must certainly bare failed to read the paper?. Let u? see what one of the Mahone papers ?ays: "Gen. Mahonc's addresa te th? North," Is the editorial he?ding. Further on he say?, "It is written in Gen. Ma bone's terse and vigoroui it) le and ill fact? and figures are unanswerable." * " " "It. with the addreaa ef tha Executive Committee to tbe readmi? ten, should be in tbe hand? ef ?very voter in the State." If you hare failed to ?ee this docu? ment "written in Gen. Mah...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 January 1881

?HENA?B9AH HERALD WOODOHTCK VA. VTeduesidikv) Jan. 10, 1881 ' TOWH AUD COUNTY ATTAIES. Cuakge oe Scheucle Nov. 15. 1880. last Bound Passenger.1:55 p. u West ?? "....I:a6 " Thtouaili Freight West.7:15 a. M. Eist.7:59 p. n. Way ?? West.2:01 " " Eust.9:10 a. ?f. K. 1? Campbell Agt. Mnaoulc .Notice. Cania Lotita, No. 142. F. A. M. wret* in Mahonie Hall, Woodstock, ?lit 1h<-i li< i i'nv nielli of eiuh month. Mi. C ?bptl*|,Msi Kiiittl u liog ntjoui 15 month? tid that weighed 415 pouude. No more djiprpala B. B. B. kills it. Few p.triiidgct have ?urvivtd the cold weather aud snow. (.'apt, Geary, ol Illa placa, killed a hog, of the Berkshire l-reed, last Friday thai weighed C79J pouuds. A large number of case? were dis? posed of by c;>ni''ri>iiiise at this term of the circuit court. The ham of" Mr. D.tvid Gillock o this place vvas broke o down by mow last ?reek. Irtvio & 9 ?n ?ell B. B. 11. Throe de? r ??re kill, d in the moun? tains ot this county last week. The season for k...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 January 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE Son-urn* Pla.vter and Farmgb the Old**)? and Ablest Agricultural Jonrt.ul in the South, Subscription, $2.00 a year..Richraoutl, Va. ?Ve will furnish this excellent and popu.ar Agricultural Journal, with onr ...ip r out y.-ar for $2,50, oraix month? or $1.50. Every farmer should have it. Fost-Xatnl Iiittneiieea The list of past-natal influences is very long. It includes every tiling that promotes health and lile, er disease and death. The more obvious ones are the situation and const ruction of our homes, air ?nd food, light and warmth, water and drainage, sewage and disinfection. 1. Raro] homes are nearly al? ways more salubrious than a city on?, and yet not always. For a ?ural home may be healthy in it? self, lut its surroudings may be malarious grounds. A sluggish stream may pasa through it and bring to the tilth of some not dis tant city. Any man who has the mesna of choosing would avoid malsrioua districts?alluvial forma . made by the washings of ?loggish Btre...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 January 1881

VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1881. NO. 15. \altiixAi?U3Al,'lKRALB I. ?Dtt.atHtl> *'i?lt X* ?rltNANOOAr? HLRALD PUBUSKIKG Ct r?T" ?.tUaaripti mi, One Uvllar aud a h?ifi>ei ysar payable n advanec. *'l raTomunliti .as of a private nature will be hsrgs? tor as a advertising. Job Prlattlaff. llMafljl " ' '?'" ' . a* ?bortnotlctand a? tustrt?- ? -?tee tsi?iuil < \ *'AT ? ? '.* yE Y AT LA W, C^ce With Hon. H. C. ALUCN. V ."??: ' tXTS VA. Will practice I* the court, of Sbenandoab an?'. ?diacet.t iM.tiattsa. tsv~ ?pecLl attention Riva? to the collection r>f hi. care. ? liy inn Satur ? .1V i, each atonta, at ' Pr.'t. ' tf. af.aa.rTAI.ta? W . i k VYAWOX _ "WOODSTOCK, VA. |sy-v leOon? ile*of I-af*. Warrsi , _, Havl?B^u?iala1 <* ?"* rireo.it jre.asret <o si >-c at.- claim? h> ilvii' S. l'. AilOU A LLKX ft M4 I-, W. atr.r.VDta AIViOUaNKY? AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, she?s?dae. cor NT V, VA April. AsT II. '?.I ? : WlLUAMS, tVU. T. sV-lLLrAMS iVr ILL1AMS ? "' ATIOUN...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 January 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALI ta ?tBki.aap ??hlt ??? SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING Ot WOODSTOCK. VIBniNIA. WrMtnf-adBT Jnn 2? 1881 Senator Johnston'* Reply to Gen. ?abones Recent !*Innlteato. United States Skhatk Chambhk. January 17, 1881. The lale addresa of the State Com mittee of the Reur?juster* iu Virginia and the published interview of General alahnne, us chairman, have attracterl attention, and while they do not seem to have produced Ibe effect hoped for. they nevertheless invite a replv. 1 propose to put in an answer on behall of my Slate tBd peopl*?, brief anrt t mpernte, and I shall Touch tbe recorr? for all I say. And btfore goiug into details it is proper that I should cive a sketch of evf nts reaching back to tbe formation of tbe Alexandria Constitu? tion, as it was culled. The State o* West 'VT'rfinia having been formed. Francit H. Pierpoint, whe claimed to be Governor of Yirgiaia. removed his headquarters to Alexandria. Tiere a convention was held tor tbe nominal purpose of adopti...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 January 1881

?HENANDOaa KERALG WOODOHTCK VA. Wcadueadat Jaii- 3tt, i8M. "TOWH ABD C0D1.TY AITAIBS. CHANGE Of BOHaWtJIal }sOV. 15. 1880. Saal Bound Passenger.1:55 p. ii. Wstt M ?-.....1:55 " Thiough Frti??!,t Wesi.7:15 a. m. E.ist.7:5'J p. il. Way " West.2:01 *4 Eusi.9:10 a. M. U. la. CaMPUM-L. A?t. Muaoulc Notice, Cai-aia Lotisse, ISo. 112. F. A. II. nitela iii Masonic Hall, Waodalock, the laM Aie H(!a\ nicht ot eue h ronnth. F. HeiM ?? Co. ba?ejusi reeeivcda lot ot 'ne W i.e>?j.!s. !nc- feilTvi u-eai ut. W. E. Camero.., E qr. ol PetertbQrg. Va. ?peut m'viini (lavs lo lliii placeas ttiei?uest of (apt. 11 II. Riddlebt-rger. Bsinogarduer's Bodega Bitters. Diviot ssrvice-s ?vi 1 be held in t'.c Lutheran church on next ?Sabbath at 11 A. M. 6) P. M. iu ihii place. TkACHEK* lXSTIlOTK ? A T.iKllwrs" Institute ?Hl he- lui I at ?\ o iltlock, on Tnursday and Fi daj, Feb. 10.Ii ami 11th. No more dysp. psi* B. B. B kills it. Mr. C E. K roball. o: sit. Jackson, whose leg was aespatated lomt dus ago, we ar...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 January 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE Southern Planter axd Farmer tbe Oldest and Ablest 'Agi .cultural Journal iu tlie ?South,| Subscription, $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr paper oDe year for |2,50.|or six month* io ?1.50. Everv farmer should Imvp it. A l'are for rear Blight. The cause of this mischief was the subject of roj essay on ihe tenth pape of the "Prairie Farmer, Vol. 51, and on the 14th of Oct., it published the liest article that I have seen?confirm? ing my view as to its cause and pre., eenting the two most important ele ment?? cf succ?s? in pear culture. 'The writer lost one thousand trees before adopting this treatment, but none since !" Whereas I lost about five hundred, and then by accident discov? ered the practical application of those princip'es of successful treatment, which I have exhibited on 10th page of "Prairie Farmer" for 1880. First?'-That they be not set in too high ground ?vcond.?"A wheelbarrow load of ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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