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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 May 1881

?HENANDOAH HERALD WOODOSTCK ?A. Vv ednetHluy May lHth, IStl. ~TQWI AUD6?ITWTY AiTAnt?T. (aatarad at the Tost Ofiie, ?t Wood.too?, Va. a? ?acoiul-claa. tuttter] CHANUK OF SCHF.DUIB NOV. 15, ItM, East Bound Passenger.1:55 p. ai. West " ".1:55 " Through Freight West.7:15 A. ai. " East.7:59 p. xi. Way " West.2:01 " " East.10:9 a.m. 15.1.. Campkeli. Agt. If risen lc Notice? CWia I.odee, No. 142, F. A. M. ?neets in Mneonic Hall, Woodstock, the la?t Monday night of each month. ANXOUNCEMEXTS. County Court. Tb tb? Votbb? o? Sh?s?ni>oab Countt : I reapectful'y ?niiouuic uiyself? candidate S?r the o?T?ce of Clark of the County Court of Shea aadcah i ounty, Ponr yeere experience a? deputy Clerk of the Oearta of tbl? couutv will enable me to dischsrgs ta? d.tle? of tb? o6Ve efficiently ?ud if elected, It will be Bsv ?im to pea form all it. dutie? impartially aad faithfully. Marca ?d.-te. I. HITE BIRD. Tb tbbToti?? o? Suinandoah CoruTT : I reepectfully auuouuce uiyaelf asa canfll ?et? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 May 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE Southern Planter and Farmer the Olelest and Ablest Agricultural Journal in the South, Subscription, ?2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper ouo year for $2,50, or six months tor $1.50. Ever farmer should have it. Grafting Fluid. Is theie anything that is relia? ble in the shape of gratting fluid or paint tnat can be put on with a brush, I eb not care to use it so much for grafting, as to cover wounds on trees. Wo lavo used the following. which is .?aid to be a celebrated French recipe for lieiuid grafting wax, aid round it to work ri-ely when not snbjected to too great clianges ol temperature before us? ing. It it granulates in the bottle it should b? warmed up in warm .-. hot it necessary, and a little more spirits ot turpentine added, and thoroughly .shaken up. Care U\ be taken with it near tire, as it is very infl unable. The bottle should always le closely corked when not in use; ?One pound re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 May 1881

kiMfil? WOODSTOCK, VAJWENESDAY, MAY 25, 1881. NO. 31. VOL.61. SHENANSOAH HERALD is rriLiniiri timi *? SrIENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING. CO ir laassrtfdsOB, OD. Duller SBd ? kali ?eryeer eyable In advance. All communications of a private nature wtl be harmed for ?a a advertlaing. Job Printing* All kinds, of Job Work done at abort notice and the moat reasonable ratee I'rui t fsionaL (Jards. T B. McINTURFE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, miOQU, VIRGINIA. IW*Prompt attuition given to the collection of claims ta Bkemadoah, Warreu and Frederick Counties. May 18th '81,-If. A G. WYNKOOP, AT T O KXK T AT LAW, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. ?WOODSTOCK VA. will practice in tbacourta of Sbenandoah and adjacent counties. W Special attention Riven to the collection of Malms and alllegil business entrusted to bis care. Will*? is Mi. Iacmom on Friday end Batur 4ay. before the 2nd Tuesday of each nontb, at ?r. L. 11. Jordan's Office. fept. 5th?tf. Mo-s?\Valtoic. M.L. Waltohj fETALTO* fc WALTOV, ?V ATTORNEYS AT LAW WO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 May 1881

SHENANBQAH HERALD It rCBLl?BBT> ??KLI ?? SHENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLUHINO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday May. ?5 1881 mses?ssss?B!?-*'^'?: il jj Heeling of the I>em erratic State Central Committee. The committee met pursuant to the call of the claiimau, A. Koiner, Isq. at 12 M. on 12th inst., at the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, Dr. Lewis presiding in the absence of the chairman. He fated what he understood to be the olject of the meeting. On motion of Mr. J. B. Ficklin, the following resolution was unanimously adopted : Rmh$i, That tho State Committee, afti r careful consideration, deem it un nceessary to make any change in the time or place for holding the State Con? vention. M. Gleunan, Emj., of Norfolk city was elected a member of the committee vice W. G\ Elliott, declined. On motion ot Mr. S. Woodson Vena? ble, the following resolution was unani moaslj adapted : The State Ceutral Committee, ia con? vention assembled, congratulate the Conservative Democracy of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 May 1881

fflENANDOAH HERALD WOODOWTCK VA. w?4i?i?f>d??T nay astis, issi. [Batared tt tat Foot Oflit, at Woodttoak, Ta. a? etoond-claee matter.] Cheage of acheduie on Harper'a Ferry and Valley Branch, taking effect May 2Sd lStl. Mo. ?M East Bpund passenger.1.44 p.m. .. ggg .. ?? through freight.8.0? - " *U " Vf ay freight.10.? a. M. ?? ?10 Wett Bcund pattenger} fj^9 JJ* *;.*? " ?S? " " through freight ....7.14 A. u. - m - ? Wtyfrt,}^^?;*. ?? 60? Arriv?e tt W"aehlnt:tou, D. C. at V .20 r. M. " " " Baltimore, Md. - 8.35 ? " ai? Arriv?e at B arrlaoaburg ? at? ?. M. ** " " t> tau ut on *? A.S0 " R. L. CAMPBBU-, Agi. HafllWnlc Xotlct?, C?tala Lod?e, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the latt Monday night of each month. . 11 ' . . '? ANNOUNCEMENTS. Cotjnty Court. Ta m Vorasa or BatKASDoaa Corirrr : I reepectfu l'y announce myself a candidate far the oface of Clerk of the County Court of Bhta aadoefc County. ??ar yean experience is deputy Clerk of the Oearta o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 May 1881

MRM ANO FIRE SIDE SoCTHBBN PLABTBB AND FaxBKB lbs Oldest at.d Ablest Agricultural Journal la the Sooth, Subscription, 12,00 a Tear. Richmond, Va. Wa will rsrnlab ibis ?xcsllaDl aad ??putar Afrtculttiral Journal, with oor paper ons jear for |2,M, or ?ix months tor $1,30. Xrer (armer should .have it'. m??KS??SSssB^sBSS??am Qo?? for Corn. A?y discoTery that increases the foreign demand for onr corn must Becessarily haTe an important ?feet on oar export? of that grain. If corn can be used in the prodac tion of beer, either with or without the addition o? malted barley, the demand for corn in the manufacture of what is recognized to be the aational drink ?f Germany and England, and the consumption of which has been steadily increasing ?t late years in France, must ul? timately be Tery great. Almost ?ee the corn ws have been sending abroad heretofore has bee? as an article ot food. The high price 01 barley for malting has led the English brewers to make trial of other grams as substitutes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 June 1881

BMB^awawaW-"! ?. i. H.l.jajmil Uli!. ?! ?,Ig ".IlIHJI I'll B. , '..IL fei?tol VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUiNE 1, 1881. NO. 32. ?8 SHENANDOAH HERALD te ruBkisaa? ssklt ?t SrlCNANOOAH HERM.0 PUBLISHING 00 lea, One Duller ?ad a hall' peryaar arable ; a advance. *?* eeauaaakatloni of a private nature v?tu be barges fer aa a adverti?tn?. Job Prlntlug. All atada of Job Work don? at shertnotlceand the most reasonable rate? O. ! ? ?LJ .. .'. .1" L .BUS Professional Cards. J. B. McINTCRFF, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STRASBURG, VIRGINIA. (Bf* Prompt ?ttention given to the collection of claim? ta Shenandoah, Warren and Frederick Count! ?a. May l?t? '11,-Ij. A G. WYNKOOP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 0?c? With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice In the courts of Shenandoah and adjacent count le?. keT" Bpeclftl attention given to the collection of ?lehn* and all legal badness entrusted to hi? care. Will aa in Mt. Jaciao?t on Friday lud Ratur Bay, before the 2nd Tueaday of each xonth, at ?r. L. H. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 June 1881

SHEIvANGMvfflERnLB tfejUJMfB*?> w??*ts nv ?.lf.NANDOAH HtBVwD PUBLISHING CO wcujjsi?CK, vnu; INIA< Wetluem'ai Juue. 1 ?SSI A lCci>iibllc.iii View of the Sit ualiou. The Stau Baya : ?Tb? ? e I??dert of the \l<-, ?';?:?? *rs ? r' ? pWsl few month?? baa etearly den - ?'- it la their wiali and parti " ' '-,lf Repub? lican pany of Virginia, blot out its dis? tinctive ; *. and create upon Its ; : ?: R - i i"!*trr Liberal Demi - terests of a tew sei li-: ? aocuie uothing tor st.ue oi -\ esta except so tar is t'it'j rve their personal end?. \ * ibhc?na will sub? scribe to am? roeM destructive policy wlien Un j inland it " There are no crumbs of comfeit for tha Mehon? v.>. A party thai . i c ly yeeking recogni? tion of a H a adaaiaiatratioo, aadbeggl t> i aid them in their t tt'oi t to C ol Virginia must certainly come before the people of Virginia with poor grace. Tliev have in-, u u -1 son foil to the n but the little li the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 June 1881

?HENANDOAH HERALD tV OOPOHTCK VJk. \tedur-BHlH, June Ut, i??I. ^blnf~AW?0Tj?TY aITaIBB. [aatsrsd at tha Post OBI?, at Woodstosk, Vs. aa aacond-class matter.) Chang? of ?cbeduie on Harper'? Ferry and Valley Diauch. taking effect May 28d 1881. Bo. 6M East Bauiid pasasnfer.1.44 r. M. " BBS " " througb freight.8.06 " ?? SU " " Way ?eight.iu.09 a. u. " ?10 West Bcund passenger} *?*e [?** *,"? " ?SB ?? '? through fieight ....7J4 a. at. ?? sao ? <i vu? frt I Arrive l.'Jl r. u. ?40 Way frt. J Utyf? lM .. " CM Arrives at Weehlngtoti, l>. 0. at 7.20 P. at. . Baltimore, aid. " 8.34 " " ?10 arrivas at Uarritonburg ?? S.18 r. at, . bUunton " 4.30 " R. L. CAMPBELL, Agi. Haaemtc Notice? Casaia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meet? in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, tbe last Monday night of each month. The horse buyers have come again. The Memorial Society ol Wootlsteck and viciait? will decorate the arares of Coafederate Saldier?, ou next Saturday, June 5th at 5J P. M. The address will be ...

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

FARM AND FIRE SIOE ioDTHiRN Planter and Farmer tha Oldest and Ablest; Agricultural Journal In the South, Subscription, 12,60 a yaar, Richmond, Va. Wa will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for $2,59, or six months for 11,50. Ivcr farmer should have it. Intermix ins; of Manure? Experiments which have been repeatedly made, show that as an average, manure is at least doubled in value by being finely pulverized and thoroughly intermixed with the soil, as compared with manure plowed under in lumps, or after being newly spread with a tork on the surface. There may some? times be less difference on a strong well pulverized soil and in a wet season; but it followed by a severe drought, manure may do positive harm if turned under in lumps, with not enough moisture in the earth to dissolve and absorb the soluble parts- It finely broken and thoroughly intermixed or dif? fused, it never fails to exert a posi? tive benet?t even in the driest sea? so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 June 1881

mmmM^'mm~&rmkWSmfm??mm*PrWm1*m**l\ HL. !;.????????Mawnaaattaa. a ??.?annarTn-i? n?..? ifiiidiib VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1881. NO. 33. SHENANDOAHHERAID l. ro.LisHitri ?ttiii my ?HENANOOAH HEMLD PUBL1?NINQ CO ?=3 far- BabBBjtattl.a, 0?. Doflar sad a U'f paryatr ay a?'.?, a advance. All nsBnaaaisitions of a private aarurs wtl b. b.rged far a. a advert-slu?.' Job Printing. All kind, of Job Work don? at .hart notice and the most reasonable ral*. JtiU-X?UL_L-!_ ... I'SSa Professional Cards. T B. McIXTCRTF, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STRS.8BCR?. VIROIXIA. KBTr.ropt attention given to the collection of claims in Shenandoah, Warren and Frederick Conntiea. May 18th'81,-!y. A0' WYNKOOP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Olv.ce With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in the courts of bhenandoah and adjacent counties. W special attention given to the collection of ?lalase and all legal business entrusted to his care. Will as IK Mr. Jacaaos on Friday ?nd Satur? day, before the Jnd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 June 1881

SHtNANDOAHHERALD tt 4>oai.isatn waimtiT >' ?HENANOOAM HERALD PUBUSHINO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Juue H ISS1 The Keadjuster Convcutiou after the usual amount of caucusing succeeded in fixing up a ticket which failed to please all classes. The Mahoueites dou\ like it, the Republicans will either repudiate it or d?vide, the Democrats will of course vote against it. Mr. Cameron, the candidate lor Governor was a strong lander, but is now a Ma honeite. Mr. Lewis the cautiidate for Lieut. Governor is not only a republi? can but a radical of the most bitter type, one who did not hesitate when a member of th? Senate to vote and act with the most ultra radical? ot that body, ne can command no sympathy from democratic rcadjusters. The Few who are willing to vote for him, do so a? a party measure, but he is very hard to swallow even by those who swallow- ? ed Mahone end his a?iliatlon with lie publicans. Mr. Blair .? a readjuster who has declared himself infavor o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 June 1881

?HENANDOAH HERALI ? i^t?. ...... ?. .. wo9p?PTc:K 'T-4 vTedneatlav.J--??*? 8th, 1S?1. TOUT AP 00?1TY ATTADIB. I Katared at the Pott Ofae. at W??<lato?k. Va. a? aecond-cliat natter J Change of tcbeduie on Iltrper't Ferry ?nd Valley bunch, taking effect May 3Sd 1881. No. 6*6 Fist lieund pisetsger.1.44 ?.at. " 633 ?? " through freight.8.06 " " 631 ?' '? Way freight.1U.W a. tt. ?? 61? We?t Bcuud p?taenger} ?^Tee |;JJ */ "' " 6*8 ?? ?' throiigh freight ...7at a. at. " 6eU ?' ?' Wavfrt \ Arrive LSI ?. it. " 605 Arrives at Washington, 1). C. at 7.20 r tt. ' ?' " BaHimore, Md. " 8J? ?? " 610 Arrive? at Htrriaonburg " 5.!? r. at. ?' " " atiuntuu " 4.J0 " I! L. CAMPliBLL, Agt. Hasen ic Not ico, Cassia Lotla.?, Xo. 142, F. A. M. n?n* in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. The Bovised Ed tion of the New Testament cau be had at Barqelt'?. Her. U. II. Flemiug will preach m lit. Jackso? next Sumltv ?lorning (June 12th) at 11 o'clock. Veunor hit it again. His al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 June 1881

FARM AND Flfti. S.OE ? Southern Planter and Farmer tba Oldest, and Ablest Agricultural Journal lu tha Soolb, Subscription, li.eOn Ytar, Richmond, Vs. We will furnish ttna excellent and popular Agricultural Joura?!, with our paper one year for $2,50, or six months for $1,50. Ever farmer should have it. A Cheap and Dnrablc t ?stern An abundance of rain-water for family use, for the barn-yard, and for irrigation in the garden, is stilt a great desideratum in Our rural districts. The great bar to tin water-supply is the anticipated ex? pense. It cost3 money lo excavate and line the sides of a cistern with brick and stone. Most farm-houses have no provision tar washing ex? cept well-water, drawn with the bucket; and this is often hard, nid tbe yard and barn-cellar are without any water for stock. A cistern whioh will hold all the water that tails upon the house, or the barn, is within reach of every thriity farmer, and wiil pay for itself every year in saving labor, and in the health and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 June 1881

YOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VAM WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1881. NO. 3*. SHENANDOAH HERALB ta rr/iui?ti) wsacLt av SHENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO lar- gabactiptloB, One Dollar aad a half psryaa rajable I a advance. ; **l oaataiBBle?tion? of s private nature wtB bs barged far aa a advertising. Job Priattlna;. all klad? of Job Work done at ?hort notloe.nd the meat reaaoaahia ratas Professional Cards. T 1. McIXTURFT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STRkSBURG, VHIOSNIA. tWT Prompt attention given to the collection of el.?j?. tn Sbenandoeh, Warren and Frederick Coantiee. M?y 18th '81,-Iy. G. WYNKOOP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice In th? court? of Bhenandoah and adjaesBt counties. fir- tpeci.l ?ttentton given to the collection of il.lat? ?nd all l?gal business entrnited to his care. Will BB m Mr. Jicnon on Friday ?ud Satur? day, ??for. the 2nd Tuesday of each month, at Bt. L. H. Jordan's OUce. Sept. Sth-tf. MOIB? W.LTOM. M.L.W?.LTO>I WALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 June 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD IS f""Ba.l??BP tttut ?T IHCNANDOAH HEfCXtD PUBU?HINO ?CO WOODSTOCK, VTRCv?NI?. ? ?a? l a Vt>dutH4tlaj Jane 15 tSSl The stiiped ticket has made a big bid for Republican support. No anath? emas are too bitter for the Mahoaeltes to hin 1 against the Democrats ?f the Sjite. The success of the mongrel ticket, they now think,is dependent ?p? on Republican votes ?nd m order to secure this Republican vote every effort will be made to periuadc the fcepubli can? not to nominale a ticket. Th? Mahoneitcs cannot tall into ranks, under Republican colors but they would have the Republicans to tari their baaner, throw the striped Ma Tioneite flag to the breeze and march behind readjuster music to certain victory or death. But would it not bo well for Repub? licans to examine well the trap that has been set by tbe wily Mahone and his heutenents * The Republican party has been clear and out spoken cpon the debt question. Whatever charges may have been brought against the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 June 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD W?UDOHTCK VA. w edneBttav June IStli, 1881. "" TO WH AMlTcOIJUTY AlTiLIBB. ILnUred.t the Port Otile, at Woodstosk, Ta. aa aecoud-claas matter.] I bange of ?cbeduie on Harper's Ferry and Valley In auch, taking effect slay ?Sd 18?1. Ko. CAS Eut Bound pasaenfer.1.44 r. tf. ?? 633 " " tbruugti fral^bt.?.06 " ? 631 " '? W?j freight.10.0? A.n. ?? 61U West Btund vasaeager} ^?J ?J 1,* .. gss ?? ?? through freight .... 7^14 a.m. ?? can ?? ?< \?-.,. ?,. I Arrive 1.21 P. u. 640 W.yfrt. | ^^ 1W ., " tX>5 Arrives at -Washington, 1>. C. at 7.20 r. m. " " " Baltimore, Md. " 8.85 " " 610 Arriv?e at liarriaonburg " 3.-23 r. tf. ?' " '? ?>UuDton " 4.?U ?' K. L. CAMPBELL, Agi. *?>-l .M IJS1 . . l I ? Masonic Xotice? Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets iu Masonic Hall, Wood?tock, the last Monday night of each month. Bev. Mr. Tallheltn has just complet ed his new residence iu Ediuburg. Ladies and children's regular made hosiery f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 June 1881

FAftM ANO FRE SIDE SOCTHKKN PLANTER AND F ARMKB th* Oldeat and Ableat Agricultural Journal in the South, Subscription, $1,60 a jear, Richmond, Va. We will furnish thia excellent ana popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one jear for $2,50, or aix moaths for $1,50. Ever farmer ahould have it. Ruaaia Crash Which was formerly used almost exclusively for the homliest of do? mestic purposes, now furnishes the foundation for any number of pretty novelties, designed with a view to beauty as well as utillity. Table and bureau scarfs, towels, fancy aprons and such things are made of crash; tor table covers and other articles that require greater width heavy linen sheeting answers very well ; there are also goods n>?nfac tnred purposely. Coare" unbleach? ed crash can be n?c<l to advantage in onlv * ^w ??stances. A PBETTT aPKOX Take about a yard and a quarter of crash, tine quality, and ot good width. Make a knotted fringe, e>u aach end, and three rows o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 June 1881

ZasamOSem? r?_ , iLj iaasBtt?s??????B?iB?????ss?8^^ II I u,Vr' .'V^-isifMsaS *>?Xtafai -??->????? ????ti *??* ?I?l i ?YaiBB? ????.... s?1?,?" , - ?..??, .. ^??a?. .-?a?? i.i.?,. , ?as?. ??S* ?? ?*??... .. Misil????- ..i ?? laiii i ^ i ibbi ,H .. ? ?a* ? ?-???? stsafsv ; ^i^.^HL.im*** ?tai VOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. 1881. NO. 35. SNENANDOAH HERALD i? ruBuaam wticcLi ?t IHCNANDOAH HERM-D PUBL16HINQ CO 8sV" Snbserlptien, One Dollar and a half perye? r.yablela advance. All osmssunicuttou? of a private nature will be barged fer ?? a advertising. Job Friaitiiig-. All kind? of Job Work done ?t sh??-t notice and | the uioat re?sonable r*te^ ? Ptofi ssional Card*. T ?. Mt-IXTURFF, A T T O 11 X E Y A T L A W , STHt-SHlltfl, VIROIS1A, PS"" Prompt attention given to the collection of ciaima in Uhsaaadmh, Warrsa ?ud Prsdsjrieh t ouutie?. May 1Mb 'si,?Iy. \ G. YYYNKOOP, A T T 0 S VSt AT LAW, Offic. With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. W0OD8TOCK VA. Will practice in the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 June 1881

^Ht^ANSOAH HERALD - ra TuSkilhkB wtuaaxx a? rtCNAMDOAM HCSM.0 PUBUSHtRQ CO ?Pfov Woodstock. YranrxTA.; \feilnefitlnf June 32 1**1 There will lie a meeting of the Coo srrviitivv Democrats of Shenandoah CduntV. t? tire Court House of said Cwntv, on Mortdiv the 11th of .Tulv, Conntv Court tftry, tf? cli?oo? delegates to represent- '.hi? county in the State Convention oi the Cotiset -vutivsj Demo? cratic parlvt) be held la Richmond on the 4th of August next, to nominate candidates for Governor.Lieut Governor und Attornr-v General. 'All Democratsare requested to attend. The meetf?g will bo call?elo order atl2M. ? iNO. H; (?RABILT.. Chr. County Ex. Corn. ?WnT.'t'v administration ?apport the tjojnajTi'M es ? TW? question is frequent? ly asked ami no ono is prepared to give a i-eGnito ?nawer. It matters little wVfth< r it ?1er? or ncf. The Mahoncite fact'.on is Beaftnedjto defeat Its de? struction i< sure.-She uld the 'administre tion endeavor tojinspire the dung corps...

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