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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 April 1881

iHENANDDAH HERALB WOODOHTCi: TA. H*>d?et*d?T April It, INI. "TOWB AID OOiniTT^a?TAJll. [Bntereo at ?be Pcet OfBe, at Woo?*-4oek, V?. M teoond-claa? matter.) I'UANOK Of' SCHEDULE NuV. IS. 1880. Za?t Hound Passenger......1:55 **? at. West " -...1:55 M Through Frti?ht West.7:15 A. If. " East.7:5? l?. St. Way " West.2:01 '? ?" East.10:9 A. K. R. L. Campbell Agt. Masovlo Xstlce, Cassia Lodue, ho. 142, E. A. M. mrets iu Masonic Hall, Wo4*?flatoek, Ihe last Mocdav night of each siooth. AN'SOUXCEME??W. County Court. To lax Votsb? or SatnaKixiaa CocrrtT : 1 reepectfnliy aononncc roytelf ? readidftt? t>r tbe office of Clerk of th? Coaatj Ceurl ?f aa?a aa*Uah ? niuty. Four year? experience a? deputy Clark of th? Court? of thl? county will enabi? xa? to di?ch?rg? tb? dotiea of the ofnee efficiently ?ad if ?toeUd, H trill te mv aim to perform ?II lia datie? tan pert Uli y ?ad faithfully. Merch id.-1?. I. KIT! MSB. Te Tit? Von:?? or SHKNaXDOaa C*ocrrr? : I reepertraiiy auuuu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 April 1881

FARM AN9FHIES?E 5'JlTr.lBRN? I'LANf-Iii AHD FaruCS the Oiliest and Ableit JLfrit-tiltiiral Journal ia th* South, Sub-wnp'it??., $2,r>) ?t yetr. EUch** > 11, Vu We will furnish this excellent ssd papular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for $2,50, or six moo lbs for $1,50. Ever farmer should a**** it. Why all the Butter ?.lobul*s Won't Mise. Mr. Willard, in ?s recent srtiele in the Country Gentlemen, at? tributes the non-rising of the min? uter globules of cream to their be? ing weighed with sn enveloping membrane of ?'nitrogenous matter." lie seems to think there can be no ctiier intelligible cause for the pro? longe I suspension of the leaser globules. And I regret to see thst Mr. Goodman adopts without re? serve the "membrane'' theory in bis ingenious article upon a new nomcnclatuie, in the Rural or July 3. 1 say I regret it, because Mr. Goodman is one of the advance guard of students and writers upon dairy topics, and we bave a right to Jemand o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 April 1881

mama VOL. 61. Woodstock;va., Wednesday, april 20, issi. NO. 26. SHENANU3AH HEBALB I? rUBi.i8Bkt> VtML? H? IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING C HT ?MWaariptton, Ou? Dollar and a half peryear ?.ayableiB advance. *S com?nii!oM? ai if ? pr.rat? aa?re will U harged f or as aadvertlaliiB, J?l>?L*riatinjr. All klnde of Job Work douo at ahortnotlceand the moat reasonable rates Froh s?t't>:tiil ( ardt. MoiI?Wahos \y ALTON & >\ V a G. WYNKOOP, A T T O R .v? r ?T Z^ rT, 04Kee With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in tbeenurtR of SVuandoab and adjacent counties. %r Special attention givra to t>\e collection of ilaimeanda' eg ? utrristad to hin care. Wii-1**IN Vt. 'm'?;- >? ou *V 'a.v ?t:d Satur? day bafo/r-? t' ?v of tsek ruonih, at ?f. L. H Jordei - Sapt, Jtb-tf M. L. WALTON il AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. tw MOSES w?; ?.-??in theCoun leaof Fago, Warn "?. Having qua- ' an'! rir*nlt 3ourt> >i tbi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 April 1881

SHENANDOAHHERALD !g PTJ?L(8U*Ii WKt?LT l>V 1HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODST?CK. VIRGINIA. Weduerulav April 80. 1881 The Dea?] Look. The dead lock still continues in the ?rmt there seems to be no pro'iabili v of the passage of the resolution which chau;es the oflicers of the Senate. rhe >laliono-Republiean Al-i liancc. The hultjtnd'.nt Republican Paptrs, ? ace lt.? Commenting on the al? liance bcl^em Senator Mahone and the republican Senators, the Philadelphia Dg Ti'gnr/.i: rep., says: 'In Virginia Mahone rests all hopes of sue* upon a republican alliance, with out which, backed up by the whole power Of the national organization and oftbi 'ration, the repudiation cau- 1 to overwhelming de feat. In a word, '.he legitimate end of Ibis m i ice of spoils-grabbers, into wl ii h Ihc real republicans in the ve been li - * through Ihe rinc-n iscd ai imals, will be to load the i ty of tho oa ist and most blighting :il odium, fitly termed by tte leading repobllcan j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 April 1881

?HENANDOAH HERALD WOODOKTCK VA. Wc?ucMtln, April SO* 1891. TOWN AND COUT?TlT?lT?lSB. [?ntare? at tlw r ??tome, at Woodstock, Ta. aa I - ..is? matter.] ( li . SCHLbl'LB XoV. 15. XaatE ?enger.1:55 r. m. Weil ?? ??.1:55 " Tbiwl?li Freight West.7:15 a.m. " East.7:59 T. M. Way ?? West.2:01 " " Easl.10:9a.M. U. L. Campbell Apt. Masonic Xottce? No. 142. T. A. M. n.t^ ; ?i nie Hall, Woodatock, the I?--! M< ndaj Disl't of each month. AX S > "N M-: MUSTS. t'OUNTT 1>URT. .1 SANDOAB COCMTI : lunoanee myself? candidat? for the ojlce i I Clerk ol the County Court of Slie? au.l ?h i ountv. i' ur\i?i? t-m i unce ?? deputy Clerk of th? . will enable tne to dhtcharg? the i'.i- ? ctBciently and if elected.it wi.l te nu aim to perforrn all ita duties impartially ? March 2d.-te. I HITE BIRD. To m Tom I MAI CotaTT ; announce myself aa a candi? dat, f i tht (tine i f Clerk of th? County Coartof shenandr-li County, Having been th. assistant ?nd deputy Clerk of Court? II you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 April 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE 1 -3\ f-SL__ SocTUHKN Planter and Farmes the Oldest and Ablest Agrlcultnaal Journal ia the South, Subaoription, #2,00 a year, Richrnoad, Va. We will furnish this excellent] ?ad popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper oue year for $2,50, or six months for $1,50. Ever farmer should have it. economy la Feeding; Pigs. Economy in feeding is necessary if there is to be any profit in the making of pork. More flesh and fat can be extracted from food of any kind when it is cooked. Some thing3 are comparatively valueless when fed in a ra.v state, but when cooked are excellent tood and deci? dedly fattening in character. The most remarkable ot this class of food aie potatoes, which require to be cooked in onler to be digestible. When cooked the starch in them, the fattening portion?is readily assimilated in the stomach; but when fed raw, it is otherwise. Raw potatoes ate therefore among the poorest kinds of feed for swine; bnt when cooked they are among the very best. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 April 1881

leiiiiwt VOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27,1881. NO. 27. SHENANDOAH HERALD It VBBLieBBD waastiT i?v MENANDOAM HERALD PUBUaHleiO 00 boa, On? Dollar and a half pery ear arable i a adeanee. all eooaataaleaUon? of a private nature win be barg?d fer sa a advertising. Job Printing. All Blade of Job Work done at ?hortnoticeand the oje?t reaeonable rates ajsasTJ . ? - - = J*rofe*iionai Cards. A G. WYXKOOP, A ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office With Men. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice le the courts of Bheusndoah and adjacent countiea. tW apeclal attention given to the collection of ?lata?? and all legal butines? entrusted to hi? care. Will sa ta ar. Jacitos on Friday and Satur? day, before tbe Und Tuesday of each month, at ?r. L. H. Jordan'* Offlc?. Bept. 5vb-tf. Mota? WaLTOB. M. L-Waltoh WALTOS k WALTOH, ATTORSETB AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. aar MOSES WALTOS also practices in the Conn? ies of Page, Warrec ana Rockingham. ??vlag au?lia?d in the District ?cd Cireuit leart? Jf tb? L'nlted B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 April 1881

.HeNAND?AH HERALD i? ?uaaataaxi ?welt ?v HENAND?AH HERUD PUBLISHING CO _I_,_, ? DOCK, VIRGINIA. ' ?*? ? t Wetlnc-sday April 27. 1881 \. MaUOHES cry in the Sen? ate is lor a free vote and a fair bal 1.1. To tl e people in tins section, it is a surprise. For a fair ballot, we think, no count?/ in the United States can show a better recorel than Siicti.ni ;o.t!i. Every man, from the humblest negro to the wealthiest capitalist can at every ?lection deposit his vote as to him noms best. Judges and com misai ners of election have at all time's count d flic votes fairly and stly. in Virginia thecmnt is as fair ari in any state in the Union. ? one's cry tor a fair count il a reflection upon the people to represent. Anothi r favorito expression is *a n plain English, a demand that every man shall vote wh tiier be lias paid any tax or not, ine that a man who does not pay so much as one dollar for the support of his State. even when that dollar is de? voted to t ti ?u ot his own rote is verv p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 April 1881

?HENAND?AH HERALD wo(?i)os'HMv v.v. Wtsdnet?day April 37, 1881 . ~Tl?WMiToo?flTY affairs. [Kx>t?red at SB? Post Oflie, at Woodstock, Va. ?? second-class matter.] Change Of Sen BDTJug Not. 15. 1S80. last r.oii; . r.1:55 i*. m. West '? ?.1:M " Through Freight Weal.7:15 a. m. EmI.T:')9 p. M. Way ?? Wert.2:01 ?? M " Fast.10:9a.M. 11. la. Cami-bkll Agt. MitKonU- \otioei Cai-aia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. rtiftts in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Mi ml a y night of each month. AN ? : i1-. Cotjxty Court. Ta TBB VOTEBS OT StlESAVPOAH Coi'NT? ; I respeotfiii'y aniii'UiHV myself a candidate fer the office of Clerk of the County Court ofShea aadcah i ouuty. Toar year? axperfetae? as deputy Clerk of the Courts iff ? liscbarge thedi'tie? of th?..rnVe efficiently and if elected, it will re mv aim U> perform a 1 Us duties impartially and faithfully. BJBJJJ M?rrh 2d.-u-. I. HITE BIRD. Tb?bbVotti- ?h Co?btt -. ? ?. ttully announce myself ?s ? candi date f..r the office fClerk ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 April 1881

?*-*TM|BBaaaaBsg n nftRM ANO FIRE SI. -w^-a-aW? ? i ?a i lODTHiaX PtAKTER AND FakMI ?the Oldest) and Ablest A?-ricultui Joosasi la the South, Subscript -?.??layear. Rlchraool, V.?. We ?rttt furnish this excellent a popular Agricultural Journal, with c paper ons year for $2,50, or six mou I for $1.50. Krer farmer should have YalBM ?f ?Jaime? 1 | Oatmeal is a food of great streng and nutrition, having claim-* t be better known and more wie! used titan it is at present. ratten serwice as a brain fool cnataina enough phosphorus keep a asan doing an orelitia amount of brain work in health ai rigor. All medical authorities ui ta the opinion that, eaten wi milk, it isa perfect food, an el, ha ing all the requisites for the devel opment of the system, it is a pi eminently useful food for groowit children and the young generaII Oatmeal requires much cooking effectually burst its starch cell but when it is well cooked, it w thicken liquid much more than eqn its weight in wheaten flour. T oats...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 May 1881

: VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, MAY #, 1?81. NO. 28. SHENANL.3?H HERALD **aTIt.T a* ??/?It HtriAuJ r-i.uLli.hl.tG ?J ! Uar,\.. I Jol ?a-lvat? jaiur.. aUl be j iiti?K. Vil i?la?-.Tf at sUcit notice and the naSjfctf :.on of I setnr .1. li .TioB'.h, at [ ?<V? M. I..W ALTO* V.sAI LAW VA. gVM if * !he Conn? ies of it .' ILi.'sf .. i"!r?uit art?.? 1'. W. MaoarDKB )e*rti ????*? A LLF.S fe ATI OU r LAW',. ! AS. IK**'.-!' i. t\ 1 ??a?, a t - I ' P 1. \J?1 .1 %. - t* ? B ?an.e B. H. li . Va. R B(-? K. VA. rliershir . lijr v.; : ii aid ad G. ? ?". >"i \? .*? i Va. r??< w ?"-L w ?ana D W he ha SIA one dorar ?aast ? m orace on < rridav * - ? r ttr - ,. , lioatb PS. RIPJ ?f IV i Cacit Or. J. s D' ,', i : N'TIST, tha? ' he ha- : hl? prc il 1". i. * eive pro npt laii.13 DR. S, ,!??En. Phjt? VA. S?; ?ft? * ;?- . th'. fit: tm al tailttB * i> ?ad Siaee " C1'I\ ^ "MA. a. r. Makis - r ? - n. * - boar l this i ? ... laf* il t -: ? . .rae? fed ? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 May 1881

SHJENANDOAH HERALD Cl rUBLlSHIft WaBt.LT ?? HCHANDOAH HERALD PUBUSHINO CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday W?j 4. IS81 The exact shape of the contest, this fall, is not yet known. It is a question whether the republicans can be aa a party transferred to the Mahoneites, and by giving their votes to this party, defeat the regular democratic party o 1 Virginia. Tbis plan would suit t'.e Mahoneites, but It is net relished by republicans. The republicans have a large parly which many are ?ot willing to tack on to a mere faction that has but little strength. The Mahoneites ate afraid to go to the republicans as a party, for they know, while they have been able lo drag with them mauy ef their followers so long aa they profess, ed to be democratic readjustee, that these same followers can not be drawn into the republican part?. So soon as they fight under the regular banner ot the republicans, their camps will be deserted and thev will not bave suffi? cient numbers to secure the success of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 May 1881

?HENANDOAH HERALD VYOODOS?Cat VA. WeduvHtlav Maj~ ltta, 1881. TOWN AND COUNT! AFFAIRS. [latere? al she Po*t Offle, at Woodstock, Va. m second-class matter.] CUANOK OF BCHEDTJM NoV. 15, WO. last Bound Passenger.1:55 p. M. West " ".1:55 " Through Freight West.7:15 a. m. East.7:59 p. m. Way " West.2:01 M ?? East.10:9 a.m. Be I?. Campbell A gt. Masonic Notice, l'aria Lodue, No. 142, F. A. M. asffts in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. A\~NTUlTNCE\IB>irs. County Court. T? TS? VOTIBS OF SBfNASJKla? CotTNTT : I respectful'y ai uonncc niyeelfa rsndidste for the office i ? Clerk of the County Court of Shea taatc ah County. Tonr year? experience t? deputy Clerk of the Coarte of tbt? county will eneble tnc to discharge tk? dvtiea of tbaorU.-e efficiently end if tlecttd, It will t? my aim to perform all ita dutlca impartially and faithfully. r?taaa? M?rch 2d.-tc. I HITE BIRD. T? T?s Votkbs or Shfnamxiab CorMTT : 1 reepectfully ?nnounc? myeelf aa a candi? d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 May 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE : . ? 'm j/k. ? , ? > v : iraa Plant::? and Farmer > lest*! and Able9t Agricultural Joiiraal io the South. Subscription, I ?ear, Uiohiuril, V*. We will furnish this excelleut and r polar Agricultural Journal, with our ? >ne year for$2,50, orsix months ft? il.50. Ever farmer shoaM hive it. Queries Answered. win.?Query:?Is it of any ? > doctor a horse with a bone ? ; or, in other words, can it be cured ! ly: A full developed spavin r be left alone, as in such ? nothing can be gained by \\ ben the ailment is overed early, or treatment is i before any material disorga ton has taken place, success attend the treatment, and a rut to its progress. There is ft cure for spavin; that is, in ne cr be made sound . Ill that maybe accomplish? es' method of treatraen t in a cessation of lameness; and purposes the mains spavined; for the ? nail bones, resulting e disease, can never again . Various remedies for the purpose ot condition, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 May 1881

wkA s VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11,1881 NO. 29. SHENANDOAH HERALD (? ?TJBl.isn?l> WWBXLTf ?T HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tar .a.? ??rtpM?u, One Dollar and a hast parvear ?yableiu advance. At| communications of ?private nature will be barged for as a advertising. Job Printing. Alt kind? of Job Work done at short notice ?nd the most reasonable rates Professional Cards. \ (i. WYXKOOP, AT T O R X F. Y AT LA W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice lii th.. courts of SLenandoah and ?djaceut counties. W ?pedal attention given to the collection of slataaa and al I legal business entrusted to hi? care. Win, at is Mt. .Iaikso!? on Friday ?nd Satur d?v, b?fi re the -?rd Tuesday of each month, at 3r. L. H. Jordati'r Office. Sept. tkh?tf. Mosrt? Walton. M. L.Waito? WALTON & WAl.Ti'N, ArTORXETSAT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ?ftr-MOSES wai.ton ?lso practicesin the Conn? ies of Pane, Warren &uu Rockiugbant. Having nrtaaned in the Distri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 May 1881

SNENANDOAH HERALD is ?ubhsbbd weaaLT av MCNANDOAH HERALD FUtLUMIslO 00 WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedneaday May. 11 1981 ?sjsjsj ijnm i - .1. in ' warn Wk publish in another column the proceedings of the readjuster meeting oi last Monday. Froaa these proceed? ings it will be seen that they cordially endorsed the course ot Gen. Mabone. This is sufficient. The people know where the party stands. New* Item?. A meeting of the cttizens ofNorfork, Va., irrespective of party, was held Thursday evening for the purpose of taking into consideration the develop? ment and improvement of the city, necessitated by its growing commercial importance, and to consult as to the best means of securing such city council men as will most intelligently and in? dustriously labor for the best and high? est interest of the community. At a aseeting of the colored readjus? ted of Fredericksburg, Va., ^Wednes day evening, the course of Senator Ma hone was warmly indorsed. One of the speakers, Andrew Williams, said he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 May 1881

?HENANDOAM HERALD WOODOSTCK VA.. Weeine.da, May Uths .?SI. ~~TQin? ?JiVCOW?Y AfFAIES. (Batered at tae Poet O Aie. ?tWoo?w?oe>. Va. as second-else? matter.] Change of Schedule Nov. 15. 1180. Bast Bound Passenger.1:55 p. m. West " ".ItSfi " Through Fkelfht Weal.7:15 a.m. East.7:59 p. m. Waj " WsjbI.fcOl ?' " " BMI.10:9 a.m. It. la. CaMI'KKLL Agt. Haaoulc Notice? Cassia Lotice, Ko. 14*2, P. A. M. Batet & iu Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. alNNO? N C EME NTS. Corvrv Uo?7KT. Tw tBB Vottss or SHFMavnoaa CorxTY : I reepectful'y ?nu. uiiv myself a candidate S*t tk. oSk. of Clerk of the County Court of Shea aaSoak Couut.v. Bear year? ?aperlence ?s des/aty Clerk of the Caerte of tbl? ?tants ertH ?nakls me to ?liscbsrge U?duties of theoftVe efficiently an.l 1: elected, it wtll be mv aim to ? erforiu ?11 its duties impartially aaal faithfully. SJSJ - March Id.-te. I HITE BIRD. T? TB? ToTV.ts o? Shesanlioah OoATaTI : I reapectiully eaaoanee my...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 May 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE Sodthrkn Planter and Farmer the Oldest and Ablast Apicultura! Journal Id the South, Subscription, 41.90 a vritr, Richmond, Va. Ws will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with oor year f?". i'2J>0, or six months for $1,50. Ever farmer should have it, - ^_ -U I -JL r>^ 11 lut s for the I.mnndry. Can yon give a method for mak? ing and using a washing Huid in w! Lb. tut|'tintine is contained ? I hear tLat it makes clothe? a rerf like color. Please tell us. also, how to do up nice lace edgings, ard something about starching and polishing sliiit 1 r.--onis; collars and cuds. YolNi HoiPEKEfaPER. t ?alnea, 111. The common method of using turpentine is to add it directly to the water in which the clothes are ikc.1. ror instance, a pound of hard sTtap shaved ana melted in hot water is mixed with a tablespoon t'lj'i of oil of tur? entine and two of ? whole is then put in e! tepid water ant! Ived. The soiled clothes are soaked in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 May 1881

_ ", ! "i1.11 . .wi* H-1- i ?? "? '-i1 -? j.",.. .. "..j_\w.... VOti.61 WOODSTOCK, VA?; WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1881. NO. 30. ?! SHENANDOAH HERALD ts f ?SL.?HBU WSJSH.T ss KEhANDOAH HERALD PUtUtHlNO CO ion, Un. Dollar aud a half par/ear ayable lu advance. ? : ??mmuteat! - >f ? potsaA? natura ?ill b. hsrgad f?r aa ? advertising). afob Printing. \" ktndb of if'.'w.rk done at ?hort notice and 'he nivsf raaanntlie ratea Professional Cards. V O.-WYNKOOP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in the court? of Bhenandosh and ?diaoent count???. Mr? HpeoUl attention given to the collection of j)?lui? and all legal business entrusted to bt? care. WILLI?? in Mr. Jacssos on Friday ?ud Satnr dav, befrre the -nd Tuesday of each month, at a?r. L. H. Jordan's Office. tf.pt. Wth?tf. ?tosas Walton. M. L.Waltoh WALTON & WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ATTMOSE? WALTON ?l?o practice? in the Conn? ie? of Page, Warren ana Kocklngbare. M?vin? q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 May 1881

SHENANDOAHHERALD IS rOSLlSBlT) W.rSLT ?V HENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO WUUD6T?CK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday May. IS 1881 "The day aud the hour is coinin?; quickly when the patriotic cititens of Virginia, dismissing foreyer all the bittivre?* of the past, will convene iu solemn couucil. aud in the txercise of christiau chat:iy, and without pausing! to inquire who is Mahouo or Riddle - Ma?sey or Fulkerson, Paul or Apollus-, thev will determine iu majesty,a* well as in rectitude o? heart, that they will ?eitle forever the great que.-iicni ?. '.' K.a.ljustmcnt which has so lung wrecked the peace and quietude of U?e ?State?Britlgevater Journal. Brother, (bat's a good prediction. It applies with strong force to the tall ?lection. T .e people will then settle the question without ivgard to personal preferettces. Readjustment, uuder the j leadership of MaVone, will be buiied so deep that it will never again disturb the breasts of the patriotic people ot Virginia. Let us work earnestly lor this g...

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