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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 February 1881

HHr AND3AH HERALD tl VOBLltBBIl WBECLI S' ?HENANOOAH JHTPAl.D PUBLISHING CC ? H.?-??r-?~ IWtX : STO< K. VIRGINIA. Wftln4?Hi!:?v Feby. 2 1881. To Teachers of Pnblic Schools. Pr. 'W in. II. ItulTiier, Superin lic Instruction, Rich motid, Vs., his made the following rulings which will be of importance to tal] connected with the school? : I atfei.tion is called to iliig in regard to the daily ivce. As roon as teachers have taught twenty d iys they will make out eports and forwerd them to the Count; Superiutendent within three Heyn after the school month expires; a failure to do this subjects them to Some teachers have been ict in their duty in this r -? ect, which will not be tolerated in the ftil The school term cannot be less l! s in jinv ense, un U broken up by : i iiiicontrollab'e circumatsne *. It is a flagrant violation of law to open a achool with tie ir.tcntien ot stopping it ?the. Our con e to lengthen the term Lx yond five months. .;. daily sttendsnee re? order to make n la...

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

HERAU ?TTOK VA. '..i Feb. 2, l?atil T0W1I i TY AFrAI-BS._ Cu v ..: ti I Nov. 15 1 .l:55P.at. .-?*? ' TtMOSatl "': ' V '?'.7:,i- A' M i . i.7:59 i*, si. V. -. ?? Wcbl.'2:01 ?? | - .10:9 a.m. i .ti. ... i.i. Ast. te \?tU'o. o... .lio. 142. r. A. II. ,, . ill, Waodstock. .?,. i . ? ? . . h ni'iilh. "tt<X>?>.?N ue lo briop t o o* a* soon as y- i }jr. ? ou Narrow Pat? te:- i- kill? f * ?,?B ,h?,t y, . T; is ;? lb? beat leal : .B ?. Q.e,r ?, ??? d, eomiettd of . c. nrf ol Warten, h??. ' penitentiary f i Sya ? m .*> m "" t . ft ni Count? i | coOnt 470 I 1 llar Re? ne?? n e ?niel? ta u?. fot : - ? ' vL,,: Co - . ?? ..?. ??? ^ I. ? -..'. B ir^clt'*. i ft O. Railroad vcrwhelmed ear? and the , p who wa*i minent I I. iniy, lia., du.' ti - la uative in ? . An <x rn. . children It it b . rat d #1 50 per >et*r. ! i . 1' i ou. !' cou:te?y ol u?e ol : . W. J. Perry, ol . .id' II Yt ' .: hi co itacl Hi? kn*t'-cai< i . d several i T: .- N t L*i dei .?itiers In made B li.rr.i! i a:...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 February 1881

VOl, fil. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARYS), 1881. NO. 10. SKEuAfct?AH HERALD - - ,LT ?I? IHc-IANPf AH HfHALD PUBLISHING CO i .?. liai- ?ni a tilt ata y??, rayablt . >t ? privat? n?ture wlU be barged for a? .. Job ?.?ntliiR. All kind? M Job Wort doue tt ?boit noticeand the mi ? rute? ? \ A T 7 0 R VE V <T LA W. Cmoe V.'iIS H?n. H. C. ALLEN. WOOl sut? K VA. '- i.f Sbenimlotb and 1 on ol lid Sstiir da?, ti : b j.oittb, at ?i. I H, !.. V? MT-iS W. SETS Al LA? VA. IfM ? la the Cnttn ? nuil Clr-nit ? ? ?. lie I? aald Conrt?. ' ?ii'.;riut?.v. M ,. 1-. \V. MtORVDEk 4 1,1. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, \!? COl'NTY, YA. :. Will I ?M?M i \ A YS"?T LAW W ? ? ' ?? | (?OK, VA. l'nrt ' ?'"???]* la ?iidintli. ,, , t'?ini?. ? ' '" 0 R S E Y AT I. A W, Va. arta of recite H. II i . . I K VA. b j ? ?itinuf 1 w, ii ( ?? Va. , I am and NTS. WO( VA. v ?!>? In the Vlr ?_v, and ? mi ?iiy. D tri ai Ib? Di, M.. ...; 'v. ? 1 i v I T. ?. ST1I LVIA ? i ; I e iu i ' ? :. api li .'? P - ; 1 M. I? I : to an ? ? i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 February 1881

SHENAND3AH HERALD i? rotiiiBis w.ftLT a. ?HENANDOAH HERALD t>rjBL18HIN0 CO "WOODSTOCK. VllWIXJA. Wednoaitny Feby. 9 1881. WlXTSTOCK. Va. ?J Feb. 7th 188L J Elitors Herat i : Sonic times hinco and abort!*' aft? r the fall eatopalga my at tentiou ?us called to the aiticle hcrc aith, which was originally published iu the '? Chica jo Tuna" and reprinted in maay papers of the country, aud would like that every D mocrat, every good ChVzcu win? wishes to see such a Uuion as was bequeathed America by Washington, Jkfkehsdn and others perpetuated: who v?i?li the bitterness that was engendered by the lato uu toi lunate war, too long coniiuucd, now forjcttcn, could see it ar.d weigh well it? inggeatiooa; it is as follows: Tbc IIouKon Why Ckkege Time?. Tic- iccttnt Presidential election lias a! awn that there is an iuviuoble reason ?by the pemoeratk party can never arto ? Xarioaal victory. It is that the \ oath ol thla k public is not Democratic Thaeooaol Democratic mtban have gtowa up Republ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 February 1881

MNANBMH HERALB W?)?HM)^Trii VA. vretluvsKlat Feb. 0, It* SI. "TOWN ANDJJtmi?TYj^IAIKS. ciiANGt? of BcHBpm^a Nov. 15, E.ii-1 Bound Paaaenger.1:53 i4. m. West ?? ".1:51 ?? THroagh Freight Weal.7:15 a. m. Ea 1.7?A* ia. m. Way " Weal.2.01 " Eaat.II :'.) a. at. 11. !.. CAMPBBLLAat. Masottif >otlce. Catl . Ko. 142, P. A. M. meets in I Uall, Woodetock, i*l Mi odat ; ? '.i month. D.'. ,1.1.. ? ill for l?verai day?. Prea avtarian Church ot the Seutheran - will meet in Staomou lu Mat neat? The gr?a ?>. Il B. A meeting ofiheTextBaok Couinoit tee, i and In the Graded ?.-k un Ya day, Pebrtiar4, llth, at 3 P. M. TkUCHKBa lNsii'ivi'i-:. ? A Teachera' Inatitate ?-ill be bel : ? ck, ou Thursday and Friday, Feb. lOtb and llth. The H..' ? to attend . ?? Gar? deld a? ?' - provided eatii fact? ry muni? 5-vi'Di.x ?'. -i .i.?l-.t i Fuuk, of ? F ble, '. - .11 bad be? n com? plaining for a few . 11 ? j - bur I H. l; Tim; l( i. - . Ir. ? iug lii? ice ? ? . Mr. P. ?ai - ?- omen lie bt-o pro?!. ai RT.?Mr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 February 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE 4 -<,-/-? I SoUTHKRN P__J*TBB AND FarMEK the Oldest art] Ablest Asuicullura Journal in the South, Subscription, $2,00 a rear, RlcbSBOOd, Va. We will fuitiish tins excelleut and popular Agii? ti.ttit-il .limrnnl, with onr dnier one year for $2,50, or six month;? H?ro),50. Every farmer should have"}'; A Cure for Pear Blight, "We arc much obliged to Dr. Stewart for his "Cure of Pear Blight'' in Delaware, his home, hut think this same cure like Dr. Tal lam's of Iowa, is of little practical value here in the West and North? west. These gentlemen give us some physiological facts in refer? ence to sporadic ilienses that are not touud to be facts according to the studies of our lest modem eryptogamists. For instance, when Dr. Stewart says thar,"snaut spores are ]):cvioiis!y t.ikcn up With iht manure, circulate with sap, and germinate into immense pufi balls.' he is simply stating theories ot hi.s own and not proven facts. For men who have studied cryptogam ic reproduct...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 February 1881

VOL. 01. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1881, NO. 17. SHENANBOAK HERALD ta WBLxaBSD tiiatT i>v IHiNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING Ci tsr Sataarkpnian, Otra Dol?an aod a ha.f per year ?ayabl? In adwana*. A'l oantninDlcatten? of ? private nature will be | barged fot a* ? advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at abe? Ule mort reasonable ratea M. " ? ? ? -? _ Professional ('ants. A G. WTlSKOOr, ATTORNEY AT la h\ Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in the court? of Shsnandoab ?tid I adjacent countie?. BW Special attention given to the collection of e'elme and all legal business entrueteil to hi? care. Wiixebis Mr. JaOSnon on Friday ind Satur? day, ?afire the '-'ud Tuesday if eaib .uortb, at I 9r. I.. H. Jordan'? Of?.?. Sept. Mb?tf. A llo?c? Waitob. M. I.. W altos I WALTON ft WALTON, ATTORNLYSAT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. aWMOSFS WALTON also practices In the Conn tie? of Page, Warret ana Kocklnghai*. Bavtng qualifled in the District and C!r?uit ?onrt? i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 February 1881

SHENAND?AH HERALB IB PUB?.lSBXT> UMIT ?V UitNANDOAM HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGIN JA. Wednesday Fcby. 16 1881. The Atlantic. Mississippi and Ohio Stund. The Richmond (Ya.) correspon? dant ot the New York Herald tele? graphs as follows in regard to the sale of the Atlantic Mississippi and and Ohio railroad, some particulars of which were given to The Sun yesterday : 4%T!ie vague ainouncement ot (be sale of the Atlantic', Mississippi and Ohio railroad.estimated to ba worth $30,000,000, to ClarrenceS.Chrk, of Philadelphia, and associates, foi $S,605,000. is somewhat unsatis? factory to the average Virg nian, who is anxious to know who Mr. Clark and his associates are and who they represent. For Mr. Ciark himseil there is authority tor say? ing that he is interested largely in the company new building the Shea" andoah Valley railroad, and he is also a director of the Louisville and Nashville combination ot Western a:id Southwestern railroads. lle| is understood to be associa...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 February 1881

?HENAND9AH HERALD WOODOHTCK VA. iVednetidav Feb. 10, 1881. TOWN AND OO?NTY ArTAIBS. ClIANGK Or SCIlKI't'l.E Nl)V. 15, 1880, East Bound Passenger.1:55 f. m. West " "....1:55 " Tsuoajth Freight West.7:15 a. m. East.7:59 r. M. Way ?? Wt.st.-?.-Ol ?*? East.10:9 A. M. R. L. Campbell Aot. - ^-**w-*-**-****"-------*'--**? i SluBonie Xutico, Cassia Lodge, No. 142. F. A. If, meets iu Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday niiilit of each month. We ?0T IT.?That valentine. A pen picture ol the seniler will he a? in lcre>lio? as the valentine. The greatest e>t uppi'.izers il. B B. The work ul cons;ruction ha* been resumed on the S'.ietianiloah Vaiev railroad, between M.l.ord and B.ley ville, Page county, A.M. Bowssaa,of Au.-iuta county. Va., Im? just sold 66 Southdown sheep at $13 per head. A revival or religion has been in pro ?ret? id the Bipist Church, Staunio?, for ?evernl week?. About eighty per sons have been admitted into the church. 1 The most uoted men of nioilern limes have pu...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 February 1881

FARM AND FHtE SIDE So?TiiSBx Planter and Farmkr tie Oldest! and/Ablest Agricultura Jonrnal iu the South, Surtecnp.ion, $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish tins excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for 12,50, or six months lto 11,50. Every farmer should baveit. Croup Two diseases entirely unlike each other, are known by the alarming mime of croup: but properly distin gui?hed by physicians by different asmes, as spurious croup and true croup. The latter ii always a seri? ous disease and usually a fatal one. We have described it in some for? mer essays. It is known as eroup tr membraneous crop. True croup physicisns dread because it yield? so little to their treatment. Spurious or ?ptsmodic is the most common of croup, if it Is wor? thy of that name. The spasms is in the vocal box, so that whan this box becomes diseased ia any way tho voice is changed. In simple in? flammation of the larnyx the voice is hoarse, in spurious croup it i> limited i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 February 1881

VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 523,1881. NO. 18. SHENANltfAH HERALD te rciuaixi' w*.r?.it j?v ?HENAND0AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tar- 9a?e?*tptio., On* DoBax' aud a half per yea payable n ?dee*.??, *'l oommunleation? of ? privat? nature will be barged for a? a advert itiug. Job Printing. All ktndt of Job Work done at thortnotlceand the mo?t rea?on?Me rate? Professional tards. a G. WYNKOOP, ATTORNEY AT LA W, Office With rion. H. C. ALLEN. woopsto?'K va. Will practice in the court? of 8ben?ndo?u ?nd tdUcent cuntir?. PT* Special attention given to the collection of ?latin? and all legal asteJneee eatraeted to hi? rare. ?ivleiin "Mi. lacaena oa PtMay md Patur d?v, before the ?nd Trtesdaj of each month, at ?r. L. H Jordan'? Office. fept. Stb?tf. Mosr.? Walton. M. L. Waltoh WALTON k WALTON, ATTORNETS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, va. IWM09ES WALTON ?No predicts in the Conn? ue? of Page, Wanes aim ftocklagham. Having nuaalAed iu tne District and Circuit ?ourt? )f the Baaed State?, In Virgini...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 February 1881

SHENANO?AH HERALD I? ?BauiaBBC wwmxt ?v BtMNANOOAH HERALD PUBUSHIHO CP ? WOODSTOCK. VIRO I NI A. W?tMlne?dajr Fefsj. S3 1881. "The Funders will capture noue of our forces except the halt, the lame and the blind."?i?tcA. Whig. "Our forces" sounds bie, when il is remembered that the Republicans claim 12 000 of 31.000, that followed the re adjustcr leaders iu the last campaign. "Our forces," why not ?ay our "little band" that was so badly beaten by that ?'little rump?" The Richmond Whig is again pour inr forth its warnings to the faithful. Hear him, 'Keep away from this August convention ; keep your friends away-, and defeat this miseralle attempt to incite a war of races, from which the people of both colors can only experi? ence evil and only evil." The Whiq ha9 certainly borrowed the bloody shirt which has been worn almost thread? bare in the North, and now proposes to wove it iu Virginia. The negroes will be sheltered under the "harmonious union of both colors," and the 'while peop...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 February 1881

iHENANDOAH HERALD VVOODOM'I'CK VA., lVeaue?tln i t-b. ?3, ?nM TOWN ASP CO?rtTY AFFAIBS._ CatAXOfl Of .SciitDli.K INoV. 15. 1880. East Bound Passeajer.1:55 p. to. West " ??....1:05 " Through Freight Wc.-t.7:15 a. m. " Keel.7:51)1?. m. Waj " West.2:01 " " " tust.l?i:9 A. M. Ii. !.. Cami'i;ii.i. Al*i. Masonic Xotit'i'i Cassia Lodge, No. 142, P. A. M. mitts iu iJi?-onie Hull, Woodstock, th?' lasi ?Monday niybt of each month, l.NsuKAM'K ? It you dehlre ytan property lusureil at k?* rat?ala son? of the best cotapealealu tbe United ??tatee, address Williams & t? rabil I, Woodstock. Va. B. B. B. Yesterday was h beautiful day. and indicaled that ooiwiUtaUtidiog Dr. Veuuorand the ground hog'? pr?dit;* ?ion seiuii! have mum ?rood weather, No remedy in llw world ever came Into such universal use, or hat so fully won the cooldeoce of awoklad, a A\er's Cherry r.e'.'?ral lorihe cure o ; Coutihs. Cold? ni.?i C u-umpiiou. Another Uavs. ?IrVige county t? pr?parait- io give ii? llie country anothe...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 February 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE -?3fcj?w. - 5e l IllKKNl'l ANTKK AND FARMER | tua Oldeal m el Ablest Asiicullurn Jnurial it) lite South, Subscription, $2 00 a year, Rlcoiaoad, Va. >?*? aat furnish this excellent and popular Agrico?taral Journal, with oar pnp; r 00? fear for$:2.50, or six moDthe lrowl.50. ?viiy tarm?>r shoulethaveit. . -alt : \ .??<"?? l>t'|>arturc The morning of August 17th. I 80 maiks an epoch iu the history o? the lowei Valley, witnessing af it did fhe inauguration in tliis sec? tion ( t that new method for the pres? ervation of our tbeleicr crops known .i" system, a meth od proved Baccessfu] by eminent fj.rn.ers in Other parts of our own us well as in States north ot us. Il may interest your readers to know sonic ol the advantages claim eel for this system, And first may be niin'ii. el increased production per acre ot food available tor winter u.-c. A \ ield of twenty-five tons is eonsidere3 no over estimate by e who have tested it, while ? yield of seventy fiv...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 March 1881

' VOl.. 61. WOODSTOCK. VA.? WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2? 1881. NO. 19. .KfcfcAhli?AH HERALD ?? ro.Li.iiii w?B?xt,? a? 4?iEja?sa??)i?s^Hf?aaat-?) ?*tjBLItHlhO CO ?l??t ?n, ','ua Dollar sud a aaif parr yea | i ?yaVla.? a(i>?tie?. c-iax-au". i, ?*-') e-?aa*aun?<-ati m? of a private natura aiU be harged for a? a advertiaitiB. Jal? l*riiitiiiB> All kind? ?v Job Work done at abort notice and the most reaaonal.ie rate? fnitfsttovfl ' <trds. \ t?. wnrxoiip. AT T O R X E Y \T LAW, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. \V(?i)l?5Tf>?-K VA. vi 11'practice In tbe court? of Sh?iiandoah and ti?'?i-ei-) e. rrntie?. taV" Special ?iten'loii given to the collection of ililDii ?lid a. e?a! boerne*. entm?te() to hi? car?. *)ii.i<?i>! a?. ).MK?. ? na Friday tod Hatnr d?y, before the ' iid Teesd?) of e?ch jnonth, at 2>r. L. H .l.i?ab'. Office. Pad. lia?tf. a?'?-?.? Waiton. M. L.W?tTow| UJ ALTON k WAXTOB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. rs*-M?")sFS> WAXTOB ?!?" practice? In the Conn? ie? of Page....

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

^?aHtuI <* PO?n.?xi> waisiLT ?? -NT-HAM HERALD PUBLI8HINQ CO WCC:?:>T?CK. VIR-.IXIA. Ht'elin'-u.Hj March 21881 W.n' t '? rtaSultt Bot so serious to the pop'e o? "ti .im. i, it would be amnsiDp t" i..i'.iee the e-ni| i-itiiui* between the M.ihone nu ! 11-p Ubticaa parlies. The R.-p-ihuci'i pipers advocate strongly I .ling firm to their party, hat at th". same time pat the Mahoomtet on the back and give ex? pr?s- tl.Mike of Democrat* ntiil Bgurbaae. The Mthoneitee, ac ug to Repabaoaa authority, are tl. riiey f.ivor giyiag to the colored min the tight to vote without ? ; t ixee, all al which is very pleas? ant lor the Republicans to cou te m plato The Repubhcaai process to be debt ? rsaod In order in make themselvea ?- fry to convince the c that the Mahoneitosaas better debt'parere than the mm who really tit -ir to pay the-debt, Tive Republi? cans arc 'l.vUeil. Soma a tiekot, trusting ile? will croate a divi? ? to enable the S ite\ Anoth? er : -t is fitvor s ?ind by this '? ?l...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 March 1881

?HcNAN33AHHERALD 1Vl)t?l)<>-?Tf'lv V.V. tTet'.iifs.ilit) aassItllS, IbS1< TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. . at Um Beat OStS, ?t \V .o,itt..clt, Vs. IS -ste-jlad ? ..,>* matter.] CMAaBOB en i-eniitii- -\ev. 15. 1880. E.-im Bouiid P ?setiaTer.1:55 P. 1. West ?? ??.l:M ?? throagh Freight W e*i.7:15 a. m. Eael.7:50 p. M. Was " W? i.2:01 ?? E.s;.lu:? A. M. R. !.. CaMPBbXL A?t. Iflaaouii' Xotiot?, CBssls L?'<!ue, No. 142. F. A. M. ?jareta in Maronic Hell, Woodstock, ihe last ?leiie?ay night of each month. -?a?we?.-ae????..?M????e??e?eiii i?i t??i ?Ma?e????Tava???? ANXOUMt i:\ti:NFS. To THF. Voter? of Hhk.nam? v.i? evesT? : I re-pe-itui'y anUouncc myself a candidate for the ifhVe i f cleikul tl.e ekiunty ?Ji'urt of She? aurit ah otauty/. Match ?M.-te. 1 HITE BIRD. 1'OTHKVoTE ' >\H CiifNTX : 1 rt-enectiully auuouuc? myseif as a candi date for the o rave f. era ol tuo 'County Court of .s.Viiand.-ah County. Having btwn the a-sstl'.it ?ml deputy Clerk of Ceui Is iu }oar Count-. I r ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 March 1881

FARM ANO FIRE SIDE "-_._ ..????? "???_".i?Li-?JU'JI s?ii"rnKR\TV\Nrt?B amd Farmer the Oldest and Ablest Act ?cultura JouT?iil In the South, Subscription, $2 00 a year. Richmond, Va. Wo wr-rtl fumifh this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr paper nos year for ??2.50, or six month? bo 11.60. Evcrv tarmrr ?honld reit. ** Cii'-.iliif-.e at Kpris.it Farm ?Country Oentleuan.) We have just opened our silo and feel quite elated at our success. It M in splendid condition, and every animal we iiave given it to has at oiiee taken to it. Bulls, cows, lieif ars and calves, hogs, Bheepand rab? bits, all bave eaten it without heii tation. with evident reli.?h,and with oi1 waste. There is no longer anj ?3 ?ubt in my mind as to the very groat value, tor us, of this new method of' feeding. It will better the hum returns considerably, al though I am tar (in my experience) from the* very fanciful estimates and supposed lesults to be expected from t ' articles published and the book.? w...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 March 1881

leniiaili VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1881. NO. 20. 9HL'?AJ?B3AH HERALD i? aaatuaaaaa w"jwi/i a? ?OOAH HERALD PUBLISHINQ CO tir" ?? ?erlpti >n, One Dollar ?ud ? half per? yea ?,?\at ? ? of a privat? nature will be barged: -isiug. Jot? 1'rlutiuK* All kind? of -loi. Work done at ?bort notice ?ad ? rate? ? onai thirds. i \Kt.ior, A T ? E Y iT LA W, Hen. H.C ALLEN. ; ?K VA. rU of Sheuandoab ?nd ., a. t. >n given to the collection or -nt mated to hi? c?re. oa Kridey ?nd Satur . Tuesday of each xonth, at a?, i.. ? ? M. L.Walton Wl IN, arroBBKTSAT law WOODSTOCK, Vx\. S - practice? in the Conn mi Rocklngbaia, DtotrlCt and CIreuit 1 State?, in Virginia. He 1? lima in ?aid Conrt?. caaeata Bankruvtcv. ! ? Mi?BTJ?B? t ?.EYS AT LAW, DSTOCK, XANPOAH COUNTY, VA. April. _ _ I IAMS, WS. T. Wlil.lAMS l\ ITBEB ATI ?TiXEYS AT LAW i\ ? .(Hit?! OCK, VA. - rnaodoab, Rocking ', ?-. arrea ?-..untie? ;?!?? Hi ; Vlrgiuta and in the ; ,, , to the collection or - V E 1' -1T L A W, - k, Va....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 March 1881

SKENANDOAH HERALD I? rvmuiaa? ?raaaat as BMENANOOAH HIBALO ?niStiSMINO CO a--?_. ?',? .'," rr rrii'""*.' -a WOOl?T^K. VlTM?l?ilata. i H (Min raetay March, t I SSI. President GarSetaVs Iaaaga . ral Fdlovo-Citizens : Wa stand to? day upon an eminence which over? looks a iiunpred years of national li'c?a century crowded with perils, but crowded with the triumphs of liberty aud law. Before contain? ing tbs onward march let as panse on this height for a moment to strengthen our failh and renew our hope by a glance at the pathway along which our people has traveled. It is now three days more than a hundred years since the adoption of the Mrst written constitution rV the United States?the articles ot confederation and perpetual anioa The new republic was then beset With danger on every hand. It had not conquered a place in the family of nations. The decisive battle of the war for independence. whose centennial anniversary will soon be gratefully {celebrated at Yorktown, had not yet been fo...

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