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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 March 1881

?HENAftDDAH HERALD WOtlMwtTCS: VA. wVettuetttt?! ?turrit t), 1(981 "TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. [tntereii at the Post ?ffle, at W .o.lstock, Va. ?? ?tend cays ruatttr.J CHAMJfcl Of .SClIkL ILK l\?jV. 15. latO, Baal Bound Passenger.1:55 P. at. VYai " '.1:55 ?? Ihiough Frei.'l.t \\ eal.7:15 a. M. " Ea?t.7:;>9 P. M. Way " Wett.2:01 ?? " " Eatl.H!:9 a. u. B. 1. Campbell Agt. .ft ..sonic .Notice. Cassia Locke, No. 1-12. F. A. M. meeis in Masonic Hall, Woodstock. lb?- last afoodat nlgbi o: etch mouth. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I I Ni Y I . OBT. TO TH?. VOiKR? OF SHfcNAND.MH COV**T1 I 1 r,?je ce a.??tira candidate for toe office : i Count), Coutt of sties anJ. ah oui. t.?. Marcu i\l.-te. I. HITE BIKD. To TH? Votki * or Saaaaxnojui Corjirrt : I raspas) v.'.".} aimouu.e nyaelfaaa candi. date f r the "ih.f f ? lerk of the O.uuty Court of Shecaudnah Ouaaty. Having Uteu the a-aieiaut ?til deputy t'h-rk of Court? lu jour Count?. : r '.h. last ?ix veai?, 1 feel eouQdeut tust 1 cao perform Hie duties .fsaid ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 March 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE South kbnPlabtb? andFabxbk toe Oldest ted Ablest AfTkuliur; Journal In tbe South, ?9ubtenp?*oo. $2,00 a ?ear. Richmond, Va. We trill furnish thia excellent' and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr papr one year for $2,5?), or six months lro 11.50. Every farmer ?bould huvt-it. Work Far Waataa. ? VT hat an elegant cloak t exclaim ed Mrs, James as she examined my last purchase. 'I wish I bad one lust like it '? It suits me ex? actly ! I need a uew cloak badly. I have worn my old one four win? ters and it is really getting shab by.' ?There was one mors at Reed's just like thia. I am going to the city tomorrow, and will step ia-and get it for you if you like.' 'I would say yen right off it I had the money by me, but I must consult Will abont it as I have to a?k him for the money. How I wish I could earn a little money for myself in some way; I hate to ask f or every cent that I have. Some t'mes I almost envy you your 'gra? cious estate ot widowhood.' You earn your m...

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 March 1881

V?a -A vm,f)i WOODSTOCK, VA., WK >AT- MARCH I?, ?W1. NO. 21. _ SHEMNS3AH HERALD ta ruBLitaftp f?mi *? ?HENAMDOAH HERALD PU8LISHINQ Oo' %MT .*?'.)??rtf?iou, una Dull?, ?ud ? hu? parr yaa *?y?bl? If) advanaa, *') oomnauoJaaUo n? of a private nature wtH be hargedfor a? ?BdveTtUlng. Job Printing. AU kind* of Job Work done at ?bort notice ??d the BNt re*son?r>'e rate* Prottusioiiul i.'ar*U. \ G. WYNK?UP, AT T 0 U Ar E Y AT LAW, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. V\>uI>STo('K VA. Will praifece ip tb? conr?? of Sb#mado?b and ?diaeent enunttea. tr Special attention giran to tb? collection of ?lalmaand al I legal bnslnee? entrusted t" hi? care. WnxaxiN Mt. -Iack?<,v on Friday w? Satur. day, balara the Uid Tua? (Uy of ?ach month, at Sr'. L. H. Jordan's Offlee. ( Sept. Bth-tf. MOWlTTlMpnil, M.L.Wat/ro? WALT4W k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ??OOUSKKK, VA. rr M<">SF.S W U.TON also practice? In the Conn tic* of Page. W?rreu au-> IUk kingbam. Having qualified in the DUtrict and Circ...

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 March 1881

SHiHMiLMMH HERALD it rcaviajtan tuait ?v iHENANDOAH HERALD ?HJnutMIN? CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wextneftda? March 10 ISSl. What doe? It Heass T As the time approached for the as? sembling of the convention of colored men at Petersburg, the question was frequently asked, what does it mean? The Bjsjaejgfj it itockingham and other counties nave instructed their delegates to oppose tb? running of a straight R?? publicain ticket for Governor. If tbe Republican party bo so strong in the State, running but aine thousand be? lli nd the successful Democratic ticket, iu the List election, why would they abandon their ticket and soak to sup? port a pitrly that exposed its weakness so plainly in the last contest? The reason is very plain to every Democrat. The .Republican party in Virginia is composed, in part, of thousands of ne? groes who do not pay one dollar taxes in a rear. These laxy negroes can not vote without paying the capitation tax. If they could vote they could control the legislatio...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 March 1881

?HENANQOAH HERALD WO?DOHTCK VA. WaMlaetHlat Matroh 10, 1881. "TOW! AID OO?HTY ?TT?lUB. ?Batered at tfce Poet OSte, a* Woodatock, Va. aa aaeond-claea matter.] CHARGE Of SCHKDUUC NoY. 15. Sast Bound Pasaenger.1:15 r. X. Witt ?? ?.la? M ThrotfthTreight West.7:15 a. M. ? East.7:5? f. m. Waj ? Weat.2:01 " " East.10:9 a.m. R. 1.. Campbell A at. a ?-1-= Hnaonio Notice. CaMth Lodge. Ko. 142. F. A. M. -netts in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, Ihr lad Monday night of each month. AXNOUNCEUE NTS. County Curt. To rar* Voraaa or Sax?audoab Cor ?tt i I reepacxful'y auuoniicc niyaelf? candidate for the omce of Clark of the County Court of Shea aadcah i ouuty. Four year? experience a* deputy Clerk of the Court* of tbl? county will en?bl? me to dl*ch?rge thedatlae of thaoffl-e cffl-iently ?ud if elected, it will re mv aim to perform all it? dutiea impartially and faithfully. Marea 3d.-te. I. HITE BIRD. Ta TB? Voraaa o? Shewanpoah Co?ktt : 1 reapectluily announce myaelf aa a cendl Sate for the office of Cler...

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 March 1881

FARM ANO rWSttE - ' i ?- ??*'??-??-4*-* .?.ti ;;:\ i'i. intkr and Farmer the t' : Ablest Agricultural Journal in t lie South, Subscription, $2.00.a rear. llii-liinoDil, Va. Wl ?rill furnish tlii? excellent and popular A<! 'tinn! Journal, with oor $2.50, or six months fu H.AO. Ever 'uriner sho'iM hnvnit. PraetleaJ Ensilage. Our iuntiilmtor, Profasaor E. W. 5 u sent as the fol? low'! of practical experi? ence w?th asilo, sent to him by Mr. V>. A. \\ rv,a progressive far uvr. 100 cows, of which abou! 8 I arc c instantly in milk:? Prof. E. Yv\ Stewart :?The in tere-' always manifested in evi 'inr pertains to agri cult o ciall? the friend? ship sh urn toward me, pron liii? time to write you in : c'a: on to an enterprise I catered into last Summer?with not a :i ouragement from any :.. I with not a few ? s nrd alitioat universal prophe \ te failure from the whole community, except from my friend and neighbor in Syracuse, Hon. I1 B kstsrer, who gave met! of liis readitig and think .-u...

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 March 1881

-.-.... '?? . ' ' ?? '? ' ? . n . . ?L ? - ? VOL. 61. WOODSTOCK/VA?, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1881? NO. 22. BJBJBBBBJBJJ SHENANDOAH HERALD t* rri'iallli ??aVCt.1 ?? INENANDOAH HERALD PUBUSHINO CO BU '? .' ' ' -? '' ??'? "? i I, S ?r- SabaartpUoB, On* Dollar aud a half n*rr ye* payable .a ad taue*. *D commankatioa? of a privat? nattv? ?Hi ba barged for ?*? a advertrtiug. Job Printing. Ail kinds of Job Work done at ?hort notice and the most reasonable rat?? J^rvtessioruil Cants. ?j. G? Wk'l^?JL7," ?TTORXET AT LAW, OfBce With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice Ir the court, of Shenandoah and adj.cent counties. \W Special attention given to the collection of ?lalm.and all legal butiiieas^iitruated tobte cara. Will nal?. Mi. lAiK-i.? on Friday ?ad Satnr ??y, before tin- Vnd TvteeOev of each month, at ?r. L. H. Jordan's Office. Sept. 5th-tf. at?ate Waltok. M. UWaltoj? WALTON J? w.tJLToN, ATTORNBTSAT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tat"MMiUM^ALTON also praaSceslnthaCoun H\?rll*?'la?Bn*d la the D...

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 March 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD ta ri-tniEti) ?WS? ft IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?- ? - ? ' J WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. i. oil it os fin y March 23 1881 Tu the Richmond Whig, the conduct of Geii. Mahone, iu the Senate recalls la? days of Patrick Heory, while the Statt m f ?rclbly reminded that Benedict Ar;-.?'.l vas a t'a-r.ous soldier. White the conduct of Mahone is loatbad by :;ood democrats, the negro r? publicans of the Petersburg conven? tion were thrown luto cstatic and joyful excitement by the auuouocement that Mahone had voted with the*repubUcans. The trotibh seems to be that some ei inj se ni to think that they can b?ndle lb' ? people of Virginia as they would handle a 1?. of cattle or sheep. At tunes thi-y separate the black from the white only to <;ive prominence to the (lack. Ti.e re are several markets now,' ?pep, and if there be no resistence upoh ifie part of ide people, the whole lot maybe disposed of at very low fta 'iri'?* The tt-.uti that knew that Mabooe wai a Sttaao pure D...

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 March 1881

' : I T.: oHtNANBO?H HER?LD WOODOHTCK VA. We?neada* March 23, 1881. TOW? AHD OOUTITY AFFAI?8. IButared at tbe Post OSe. st Woodstock, Va. a? ?ecoud-cl??? matter] Cuakge Of Schedule Nov. 15. 1S80. last Bound Passenger.1:55 v. m. Wast " "...1:55 " Through Freight West.7:15 a. m. East.7:59 p. m. Way " West.2:01 " East..,....10:9 A. M. R. 1.. C.tMrBELL A gt. Manouic Notice, Cassia Lodne, No. 142. T. A. M. Bretts in Masonic Hull, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. ANNOUNCEMENT*. - COtrXTY CuUBT. To la? Votbrs or BaSBAMDbaa Cbvsm : I r*?p*ctfu'.'> a.iuouuic myaolf a ratididate tor tb? oSke of Cleik if the County Court if Shea aadcah < ounty. Pour year? experience a. deputy C lerk of the Courts of tbl? couutv ?IB ?rable me to diacharge tbe duties of th. offi-.-e ?AVoaMltrj aud if ?letted, it ?Ul be my ami to perform ad it. duti*. impartially and faithfully. March ad.-te. I HITE BIRD. T* xa? VoTaaa or SaasAxrjOAii Corsn : 1 reapeeteolly annotin-? u.y?eif a? a candi. a*t* ...

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 March 1881

FARM AND rTRE SHU! So-tthern I'lantkr and Farmek the Oldest and Ablest Aj-ilcoltural Journal in the South, Subscnp'.ion, ?t*2 00 a year. Richmoud, Vs. We will furnish this excellant sad popular Agricultural Journal, with our VtP'T one year for $2,50, or six mooths '. >r $1.50. Ever farmer should hava it. 1 ?- ?! - ? *-**-******-**-'*'-| ? ?! | Ensilage. BY K. II. 1UI.ANET, OF LOl'DOUN <X). (Km ir the Southern Planter and Faratcr.) For more than two years I have been reading of success in using fusilare for feeding: cattle in France but could not determine to try the exjiTinient until I read a letter from Mr. llixall, of Richmond, Va,, on the subject. I at once prepared fifteen acres of sod land, by top-dressing it with all the manure from the cellar o? my cattk barn, where I had fed eighty two cattle and twelve horses tour hundred and fifty barrels of corn, besides their long food, during the winter. After the land was plowed and thoroughly harrowed and rolled, I drilled in th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 March 1881

y m. 61. woodstock;va.. Wednesday, march so, i?si. NO. 23a SHENANSOAH HERALD i? eo?vi?H?r waaaiT ?v iNENANDOAH HCSALD -?VSCItMiaa CO (*?* SaUearlpttoa, una Dollar aad a half aeryeer payable la advene*. *?'! c -iraminieatlon? of a private nature vrtB he barged for aa a advert intig. Job I'rintiuK All kind? of Job Work don? at abort notice and the moat reaaonabl? ratea a _ ... . ?' ' .' f'rotessioiuil Card?. A G. WYXKOOP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office With He*. H. C. ALLEN. WOOPSTOt'K VA. Will practice In tb? coarta of ShanenSoea aad idiiefnt cuntlea. tar ?.pedal attention given to the collection of ?laimaand all legal buaineae?ntruated to hi? cere. Wills? ta Mt. lacmaoa on Friday and Satnr. day, before the nd Tuesday of ?ech aaoath. at *?r". I- H Jordan'? OfBce. Sept. 6th?tf. M isr. Wutui, M.L.WalTOr, WALTON k WALTOS, ATTORWETS IT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. nri?OSES WALTOS aleo practice? in the Conn lea of Page, Warren and Rocklnghant. Having qualified in the Diatrlet and Clr?uil >>nrt? if t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 March 1881

SKENANDOAH HERALD i? reaLiaaas wbbclt bv IHINANOOAN HtRALO PUBLISHIN? CO WOODSTOCK. VIBOINIA. W ednesdai March SO 1881 The Big ? ?-seech The expected ipeech of G-n. Ma none attracted a Urge crowd to the S ?a' e chamber last Monday. A lively time was expeled, but the large audi* tnce were disappointed. The speech was generally regarded as very doll. We publish below a report of it aa com? municated to the Baltimore Gazette. WAsmKOTON, March 28.?Tb? an uiHiucement that Mr. Mahone would to-day address the Senate in vindication of his action and in explanation of the principles of the Bf adjuster party in Virginia had the effect ol drawing to the Capitol a large audience. A? eariy ai 10 o'clock the doora lending to the galleries were surrounded by sn impa? tient crowd, and within ten minute. aft?r they were opened, at 10.30, every available lent ?it taken, with the ex? ception of these reserved for members cf 'be dipltrsaatic ccrps. Theie were, however, occupied befors the hour of the a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 March 1881

?HENANDOAH HERALD ?VtiODOHTCs*. TA. Weitn?*Mtat March SO, tMl. ~T0 WS AHD OO?IfTT ailTailll. (Bntered at the Poat Owe, at Woodatoel. Ta. aa aecond-ciaaa matter ? Chakok o?* feCHKuvut Not. 15, 1*80. Baai Bound Passenger...... 1.55 P. x. Wetl " ?....Iff? " Through Freight Weit.7:15 a. M. M East.7:59 p. M. Way ?? Weit.2:01 ?? M East.!<):? a. M. R. L. Campbell Agt. H asante M ail?e? Casftia I.orJKe, No. 142. F. A. If. a?rete in X?nionic Hall. Woodatock, the last Mi inlay ni^ht of each month. l.i_il_.. '. . - Bf*-*g ANN??NCEMEXr?. CoVNTY I.VtBT. to rat Voiaaa or Ba?a>rx>aB Cot-srrr : I re.pe>-tfnl'y ?..-..-?li?e -cyclf? candidate ?or the oBc? of Clark of the Ounaty Court of shea and, ab tiunty. P ur .?ear? experience at deputy Clerk of tie Court? of tblt county will enble ma to diachara? the di-tie? of tb? oflo? cn.ii.utly and if alertad, It wi.l lera? ?im to perform ?il It? dutlM impartially and faithful'y. March 3d.-te. I HITE BIBD. To thVotih or SBKxaxDoaa Cocmi : I reei.e...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 March 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE SorTUERN PLANTER AND FARMER the Oldest and Ablest Agricultural Journal In the Sooth, Subscription, 12,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent aid popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for ?2,50, or six months fot $1,50. Ever farmer should have it. ?-J ~ J '._?J?gg'"?x???t''??aa?? Hear?-? A M?e o: permanent cure for the Jieave8 must not be expected. The causes of this anomaly are various Thus over-worked, in a peculiar state of condition, niny produce it; also, over-loading the stomach, ci? ther with food or water, especially immediately before and after fast work. It is also supposed to he hereditary. Frequently it follows eases of chronic cough, and appears to le more frequent in mares than in geldings. It is also supposed to Le due to a deranged state o? some ol the nerves or nervous centres, most probably of the par vagum, which supposition is borne out by the tact th.it, when the par vagum nerve horn gome cause becomes in? jured...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 April 1881

y m .?i. WOODSTOCK. VA.? WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1*81. NO. 21. SHEKAND3AHHERALD ta rciuauii waaaxLi a* IMCNANPOAM MtBALO PUBLISHING CO -. - ' ' ' - - -?- ' ?^z fts~ Sa aarlati-'u, on? iiuilar au! a half p.,)ear layaba n adtai c. *'l eornmanloatlon? of ?prtrat? natnr? ?1U be harged for a? a advertising. Joli Printing. All kind* of Job Work done ?t short notice.nd the txtoet reasonable rate* fnittssioin'l I ant*. \ a. wrifKOUP. AT T 0 H SE Y AT LA IF, OfBoe With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in tbe court, of Kbenandoah and *d tacen! rountire. gjr- ?pedal attention ?ivec to the collection of jl?lni??nd?l egal Luiiiir.? t-ntruHed to bis care. ?.ml mi? Mi. lACaSti? en Kriday ind Satnr day, before the ? nd Tuesday of each jtonth, at 3r". I.. H .1? rd?n'? Ofllce. i?l>t. 5lh-tf. Mo.?? Walton. at. L.Waltok WALT01S A WALTON, ATTOKXE?S AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. 8W*M08r.S WALTON siso practice? In the Conn lea Of Page, Warret ana ItoctiiighaiN. Having iiiallfti-d to the District and C...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 April 1881

?Htai.Hii?Ti'iiiiiinnr I? P'.iiia?ll- ?tan ?V tJ.tN*.1I'.tAH MlBALO PUBLIBHINQ Co WOUDST?CK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday April 0. |SS1 Gen. M au >xi; in leaned an im porum. ies-oa within *.h? last few Braek-t,or if ib li is filiad la learn it, it Is no ? aunt llaava for him and hit p*rly to disti ti-ily atiderttaad that their blui tar aud brato* u i airs wtdch have hereto ?f.ie marked their coodact, will mn IHghtea the people o! Virginia or com p.-l than ogive h servile support t? a party ahote onh 'ops of success ar? baaed apao so alilaaot with the most Uataaat ele ?en' of ihe state. He m i. * coi i me to proclaim bims?)f a Democrat" voting for rupuhlican otfl ? I md republic in mi a-ures, receiving tht eaibrtcet of Conkling and Hoar ando.lier ratucaU, bat his proclamaii ?u of ' is d -mo. racy is au ?usult to the lu teiiigi tic?- o: h:s joattilaeBwt. He may Wildly .-dink.' bit tuiiched fists, indulge in wooirwfiu] conioriii.ns of bv-dy ano tell 1) me: a C stuitturs tba'- thit ihiog must...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 April 1881

?HENAHCQAH HERALD BlKinOHTCK VA. ?Aa*-?|u?*tKlrt- April 0, 1*4,41?. l5?J*jn)_5.0??T? *-JTAI?S' tSatati? a? ?ta Poet OSU, ?4 W ?> ???.?a. Va. a? aae^bu-c.aa? ru.uer] iMAkttk 0# tXliaUL'LS ?\oV. 15. le?M, Bat? Bound Pavaenser.1:55 P. M. W??l *? "....1:55 ?? Through Freight VS er-t.7:15 a.m. ?* X**l.7:5? P. M. Way ?? Vf?,!.2:01 ?? " Ea?i..Ui:9 a. SI R. !.. Campbell A m. Hnsentc \otlce. Ca??la Lodte, No. 142. F. A. M. e-reta in >lnK>nic Hall, Wond-dOck. Ihr last Ali uda\ tiis?'t of each niuuth, ?JbTBbUI~1 __ !.. ??_'" -L., -' ANNUCN EMENre. CnVNTY ('< UKT. Se T*ra Voiaa? or Bbikaidoab Cocrrrt : I ?espei-lful'y ?-iiui'Bi ec m*??ir? i-at'rtldate Str ta? otV? ' f Clerk of Uie CVunly Court ofbbea aadt ?a ouutv. F-.ar year? e-.r?e<ie-i*e aa depoty Clerk of the Ocurta of tkta conntv wi'l a .ab'a ta? to alachar?. tk. dritte isf toe of! ? if* -lent iy and If al>?ted, it vrt.1 r? rn. aim to ??if >rui a 1 lta dutlM Impartially aad faithfully BUrab W.-t?. I BITE BIIlD. 1* mf-T...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 April 1881

FAIM ?MJ F1S? SI9E **a "Sonr?an** l'r.\SfHrt ?sdFarmkb tb? O di?st and Ablest At*ricollural vj?eraa] in the South, Subt-oriptios, 12.0) n veir. It l'y n 111. Vt. We will furnish this excellent sad popular Agricultural Journal, ?nib. our paper one year for $2,50, or six months for ilAnX Ever far nn- sho-ild have it. su.- ? _ - m~mm!mm-^mmtmm*~ thicken Cholera When chicken cholers makes its appearance among a flock of fowls, the first tiling to be done is to sepa? rate the sick from the well. Sec? ondly: No matter how mach you have done in the way ot cleaning the house and yards, ha ye s general and thorough cleaning up, white? wash the house and strew fresh lime about the yards. Wherever the sick fowls have left their drop? ping?, spade up the soil and scatter unte freely. Nextly: Turn the foals out of the house, carry in an old kettle half full of live coals, put a halt pound of sulphur on the coals, an 1 close up the house for two hours, Fumigate with sul? phur .13 often as twice s...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 April 1881

,.????-un ? .- ??'?** VOI..?-. WOODSTOCK/VA.? WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1?, l?81. NO. 25? SHENANU3AH HERALD i? rt-Bi.iaaBD wetten ?v IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CU *er- ?a ?ertpil >u, uu? iiollai aau a bail p?,*??r payabla a advatica. *'l ?*?mmunlc?tton? of a privet? nature trU* be ?argad for a? a edvertiaiug. Job 1'riittln-r,. All klnda of Job Work dona at abort aottcaiand the moat reeaouabla ratet 1'r.ottteiojutt <;<iril?. A G. WVNKOOP. ATTORNEY AT L ? W% OS.0? With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOOPSTW'K VA. Wlilpisactlce in the court? of Sbenatdoah ?ad ?flUlsa-it conn re?. ta?" Special ?tten t Ion given to the collection of ?laltot and al I legal business ectmatad to his rare. Will a? m Vt. laCBao? on Friday tod "tator ?ay, eefor? the vntl Tnetdty uf ?atlt south, at >r. I.. B. Jordan'? Office. Sept. Stb-tf. atoase Waltosi. M. L. Waltob WALTOS k WALTON. ATTOKKBTS AT LAS* WOODSTOCK. VA. i"-rMOSES WALTON alto tirectlcketn tba Cotta lea of Page, Warrer. ana Itcklngbara. Bavin* qualineal 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. — 13 April 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD i? rCBLttHBD w>Bai.T ?t IHCNANDOAH HERALO PUBUSHINO CO WOODSTOCK. VniGTNJA, Weilnestlay April IS ISS1 pa--. JL-iJ?y - - ?***************a> A correspondent of the Ftrtjtaia? un? dertakes'.o bring to task a writer for BaTjtALDbj deno'iocing both the : aod the Herald in very bitter ..-. He pretends to believe thai n enta made by Senax are false. shall not adopt the tactics of il e Virgihian correspondent but will teil our readers candidly that the arti cl was published in the Herald be we knew the writer to be a gen t ai whose varacity, to our know? ledge, luid never been questioned. He . 10 defend tbe Democratic part)' again?! a slander which bad ap ? d in tie Virginian. As to tbe v.lieh Fuir Play undertakes to dtny : dd dmounce as false, we had no personal knowledge, and we published lommunication because we fully . vtd that our correspondent was a rentier, an who would not write a fal?e h ?ed. A 10 the Herald being aques .:.ly moral aud political ihcet, we wi...

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