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

??HENANDOAH HERALD WOODBTOCK VA.. Wednesday No. 2. 1881. ~fOlhTAaairdOUliTY AFFAIB8. Luwied at the PostOffie, ?t Woodstock, Vs. a? second-class matter.] Change of schedule on Harper's Ferry and Valley Blanch, taking effect May 23d 18tU. No. 605 East Bound passenger.1.44 v.u. .. 633 .. .? througu freight.s.Dti '? " 631 " *' Way freight.IU.0S* a, at. ? 61S West Bcund passenger} t???? IM*?*' " 63M " ?' through freight ....7.14 a.m. ?? ?ai? .. .. w.? fe? I Arrive 1.21 p. at. ? 640 ? W ?j frt. } Lemve jM ? * CDS Aflivfs at Washington, 0. 0. at i.2u p. at. " Baltimore, Mil. " 8.35 " 610 Arrives at llarrisonburg " 3.23 p. u. ?? ?? ?? bUunton " 4.20 " K. L. CAMPBELL, Agi. MaMonic Notice, Cassia Lotice, No. 142, F. A. M. ?eets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. Woo? Wanted at the Herald Office, l'leai-e bring it iu at once. B. Schmitt Druggist, selte ihe great? est of all medicines, Wagner's Rock & Rye Compound. All wholesale drug? gists sell it and recommen...

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 November 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE. SODTHRRN PLANTER AND FARMER i the Oldest and Ablest Agricultura Journal in the South, "Subscription, $2,S0a year. l.ichinon.l. Vu. We will ioruish this excellent and dopular Agricultural Journal, with onr paper one year for t?'2,?0, nr six month? for *150. Everv farmer should have it. - - ran II irk Tor Manure _ Spent tan burk as 1 ceci ved from the tanneries ?3 valuable as a fer? tilizer, and ?t would pay for the trouble of drawing it some distance. The tanning or tannic acid which the tanner ex-racta trom the bark is ol no value as .1 fertilizer in reality, because this is obtained trom the atmosphere: it takes noth? ing which comes from the soil, and is of value when returned to tlie bou. Leave? contain more potash and phosphates lhan lbs limbs or timber ot the tree. Bark contains nearly as Urge <i quantity ot these minerals as the leaves, weight for uei'.'iit. Voit will find a much larger bulk of ashes after burning j wood. It bark trom the tannery is I pl...

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 November 1881

folilliil pli r? VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1881. NO. 4 SHENANDOAH HERALD ?. vysusH?.r. * sa ?alt yiv htNANOOAH HEPM.D PUBLI?rilNQ CO C*v~Subscription, One Dollar ?ud a-haif peryea payable In advance. AU communication? of ? private nature will be barged for as a advertising. ?Job Print In?*. Alt kind? of .Inb Work done at short notloeand u-b? moat reasonable r**?es. Professional Cardt. X B. M.IM ? ATTORNEY AT LAW, nrnuatuso, rhmniiA. tl*"I"roi'.i', | to the collection of Mail.'? in ?licuandcnb, ?Aarren ?ml l'rederii-k Jountlt-. May 1Kb '8!,-Iy. A <;. wrxK ? \ at T t) i: x ;: v it law, -.Wit:? Hon. H.C. ALLEN. W009m*M*K VA. wir. practice in the courts of Sbeuandcab. and discent counties. tn~ Specls.1 attention ?viven to the collection of nlraaand ?Illegal b\i?tn???ent fasted to bis c?re. Wii.i. n is Ml. .1 ? lay and S?tnr Hv, before th- fad Tuesday of Stach mouth. St ?r". I,. H. .? ( Sept. Sth-tf. Moss? IValtii?. M. L.WllTOS WALTON As WALTON, ?> ATTORNEYS ...

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 November 1881

btnantottb lirulb? te roBtisasn ?araasLt n? MCHaNDOAH MEBM.0 PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. H'ednes'la*.. >ov 1?, 1SS1 Sufficient returns from the electiou hsv? been received lo show that the Csmoron ticket has been elected by a majority o? from 8,000 to 11,000, and that the coalitionists have in the Legislature a majority ol twenty-two on joint ballot. While the Democratic vote was larger than It was last fall, the coalition bctwceu the Republicans and Readjustee was so complete that their vote will uol be more thau a few tbousaud short of the combined vote ot the two parties. The State will soon be entirely :u the hands of the coalitionists. They have the sole management of the debt question aud now have the opportunity ot readjust? ing it according to the principles of the R;ddleber?;er bill. The responsi? bility rests with them, aud the people will look anxioucly for the redemption ot their olt repeated pledges. It is rumored thai the bondholders have been assured that ih...

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 November 1881

'Jjenanb?i?lj furdix WOODSSTOCB VA. tVettnesdaT \ov 16, I SSI. " fOWI AMD 00?KTY AIFAIBS. kiiUrtd at the PofctOfue, at Wcoditock, Va. ai second-ci**? matter.] Chang, of schedule ou llaiiti ? T.iry aud Vail?}- liiauch, taking effect May aSd issi. Mo. ?06 East Bound pataeuger.1.41 p.m. ?? ?a? " '? thruugli freight.?J.wi " ?? XHa " V? ay ?eight.lu.ut) A. at, ?- Cl? We?t Btuud p?*-*nger} *??? j'^ ,,M' ? OSS " through frelgtit ....7?14 a. 51. *? 640 " - Wavfrt > *-?*?? LSI t.U. ? ?OS Arrives at Waahingtou, I?. C. it IM p. u. ?' " Baltimore, aid. " ?.36 " ?1? Arrivent liarrlaouburg " ?.'.. p. at. ?? " btauntou " 4.2U " K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt, Jlasoulc Notice, Cassia Lodtre, No, 142, F. A. M. aeets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. Wood Wanted at the Hekai.dJ Office. Please brin?- it iu at once. "BLACK-DRAUGHT" make? thills and fever iuipostible. by B. sciiMiiT. Any Patent Medicine Advertised in this paper can be bad ot B. Schmitt tit the regular price. dune ...

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 November 1881

FARM AND FIRESIDE, SOUTHERN' I'LAXl'.Mi AND FarMEB the Oldest and Ablest Apicultura Journal in the Boat??-, 'Subscription, $2,S0a year. Richmoul, Va. We will furnish Ihia exesllsot antl elopular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year f(>r$2.."0, or six months for iir.O. Ever? - il?l have it. Why TDoes Tlntolby Kttn Oul? Mr. T- 8. ?avoW, Wosl Cornwall, Conn., writes as follows in the N. Homestead ot some of the theories put forward lo scoaunt for the run? ning'out of timothy, snd or his purpose to try a plan that has proved sut-cessful ?n the case of clover : "The disappearance ol timothy lrom our natural mowings is va? riously account .! for, (first, it is charged to the mowing machine as cutting too closely. VVe usually run our machine at medium height, rarely using Ihe dosest eut, but prefer the m?dium or highest Here we encountered a difficulty with the lingers clogg'n>g with Hue grass, so that ae cculd rot use? th? highest cut, and the machine would run over mach ot...

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 November 1881

*?? at*? mm* **it.?'? VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23? 1881. NO. 5. i? nBL,?mr ?t-m-T p.? HE.NANPOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO if Subscription, One Hollar aud a-ban *? j (jg payable In advance. All communication? of a private nature will be barged for a? a ?drortlsing. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at ?hort notice aud tSe. mo?t reatonabl? rat*?. Professional Cards. h B. VcINTfRlT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. STitA?BrUO, VIItGINIA. t?*-" Prompt attention given to the collection .if ?laim? iu Sheuandoali, Warren ?ud Frederick ?ouutitrfi. May Itavbtl,?ly. aG. WYXKQOe. AT T 0 li N E V -I T L A W, se With Hon. H.C. ALLEN. ?Woodstock va. will practice ?i? tbec?)urtit of Sheuandoah ?nd dtacftit cniiiitie?. (W Special attention (riven to the collection of ?Im? and all legal biisines* entrusted to his care, Will art is Mt. Jackhor on Friday ?nd Satur? day, before the 2nd Tuesday of each month, at Pr. L. H. Jordan'. Office. Sept. 5th?tf. MoumWaLTO*. 11.1.. Walto* w ALTON k WALTON, ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 November 1881

F s, il ruaLiaasp ?/?kilt h? HENANOOAH HERM-0 PUBLISHING CO WUUDST?CK. VII...TXIA. H ?-?In.-??luv Wmtj, tS, 1881 Another fellow tiied to fa ve the l'uile? Slates the trouble and expense of trying Giteau la*t R itarda v. The ball merely cut the skin on one of Gi teau'3 arms, and he says he now knows the Lord is on his side, but tint he would like to have a etrong guard. The election is over and the readjust? ment of the debt will soon be in order. We will not ventare any predictions, but indulge the hope that this Legis? lature will make a finality of the debt question. II they could settle it, with? out funding it, the measure would be papular, for you know it is very hard lor a good rcndjt'.ster to become s good funder. now an Ohio Woman Forge?! a &VOO < |,?>< K. and How ?Im* vsa t miifh? COLOUH's. Nov. 14.?A curious ease ot t?male wit and wickedness has been brought promineuilv before the public by the recent arrival at the penitentiary (if two prisoner* from Hocking ...

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 November 1881

?Ijntanb0al3 jarato, WOODHTOCtt VA. W edno.dHi Nov. 23, 1881. r?WI AJ'?Tg^?TT AFFA?R& Kutara? at tbe Post Oftie. at Woodstock, Va. as second-class matter.] ?Sangs of schedule on t!sr]>er'e Ferry acd f alley biancb, Uklngeffect Mae/.IS, leal. EAST BOX'S?. Se. SO? Pasa. Wall and Express at.9.31 a. at " SSI Way freight and Pas*. "... . lti.11 A.? " ?SS Tbrongtj fraiubt ft Pass.'-.boa r * WEST BOUND. No. SIS Pasa. Mall and Express st..1.08 r. M. j '? OS* Through fraigbt ft Pasa. **.S.43 a. ii " 640 Way freight and Pasa. ".a.lSr. si. I *' ?505 Arrives at Washington, D. C. at 3.40 r K. . Baltimore, Md. " ?W " '? 610 Arrtreaat Uarriacubuig " S.S8 . Staunton " a.00 ?? ?? 638 " Hsrriaonburi,- " 12,0,, " .. ?? ?? staunton " j lo " E. L. CAMT-KKIX, A.A. ttuaouic notice. Catata Lodge, No. 142. P. A. M. ?geets iu MssMlic Ball, Woodstock, the lait Jdorjiiay night o?' each month. Wood Wahted at the Herali> l-fllce. Please brin^ It in at once. A CARD. .'.'. ?bo aresuflerlng frvaa \Ue erro...

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 November 1881

FARM AND FIRESIDE. SOITBHEKS PCANTKrt AND FaKMBR the Oldest and Ablest A.iicullura Journal In the South, Subscription, 1'2,'IOa year, Kiclmion,l,t Va. We will furnish this excellent an?! dopular Agricultural Jonrnal, with oor paper one year f.?r $'2..r>0. or s?k month? j for -1,">0. Every larmer should have it. Malt lue; Slit??]? Pay At a convention ol sheep breeder?. and WQol-urowers, held at Philadel? phia, one ol the? speakers said : "I would say t ? the farmer, go on and manage your sheep in the' way you can get the most money tor their carcasses, whether raising mutton or lambs, and let your wool take care of itself. You must regard your sheep as ma? chines lor converting grass, roots and grain, in the shortest possible time, into mutton, with wopl as a mere incident, liy making your sheep tat in the shortest possible time?winch yen can do best with the English mees?ind killing' them as soon as they are mature, you make the best and soundest wool. It will not only he youn...

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 November 1881

VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1881. NO. G. ?knan^ lirait.* 14 PUBLISH*?' w?:tKI.? lit S 1ENAN00AH HESM.D PUBLISHING CU tav-?-uLscriptiou, Ouo toll? *Jtd srlvalfpei vea pvyable In advance. AM communication? of * private natur? will be barged for a. a advertising. Job PrlutliiK? All klndt of Job Work done at short notlc? and th* most retaoiiRb'e 'Oten, Prof i ttiorwl Cards. \_? . - - - - "" ? B. McINTVI'.rf. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ITSaSBIISa, vil.e.lMA. UP" Prompt attention ?iven to th? -'tin'* iu >l)fUKUii"iili, Warren and !:? ???untie*. May l&h 81,?Iy. A (}. ?nrjitwoji-, At TO R ES T AT L A IT, ?-?With Hon. U.C. ALLEN. WOODSTCH'K V.V. ?Vlllpractice in the court? et H dltcentcor: XT Special att??".ti.m given to the eollection Of alms and au legal': tied to hi? ear*. WlLLBKls Mr. ItXrK-K?? en Friday tnd Satur d?v, before the - Oth, at 3r. L. H. Jordan*? Offlc?. Sept. 5th?t?. Moas? Wax-rot). M. D.W**,to? WALTON A WALT _ ATToaassa at uta WOODSTOCK. VA. SIT MOSES WALT...

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 November 1881

?fan?ant)oal. lirait). i? ?rjBCisnir ?.??kit *? a-4ENANDOAH HER-XLD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. sVetlneesiln?. \ov. SO. iss; If the llahooeitei are really dwpos* id to save the Slate thousands of dollars, it c? old be done without the least difficulty. Let the Boss write * message Informing the Legislature what changes in the law be desiies, sad what bills will meet his approval. lie could have a clerk at a small salary, who wouid prepaid all the bills ready for the action of the Senate and House. It would be unnecessary to waste time by reading the bill-1, fot each bill could be endorsed. *'I approve the within" (?igued) Mahone. The whole batch could be sent m at once and acted upon in less that a week, the Legisla? tura could adjoinu and everything would be done lo the satisfaction of the Boss aud of the party that endorses e*. er) thing that the Boss dies. Some persons would call this one-man power. But that ?s only ?u apparence. The one-man power now will control the leui...

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 November 1881

\V OO D8TOC k: ? edntaday Nov. 3C fOWll?nr???wTY Kntored at the Poet Offie, at W'ix -aaond-clae? matter. Ckaufe of echedule on Harpe fnlley&ranch. taking effect Nov.20 EAST BOUND. te. est Pa??. If all and Kiprea? at. - SSI Way freight and Pat?*. ".. " 633 Through freight k Pans. '*. WEST bOlSD. Mo. SIS Pat*. Mall and Expresa at.. ?? S3S Through freight Jt Pass. ?' . " SIS Way freight and Ease. ?* " 60S Arrive? at Waahington, D. ( ?? ?? " Baltimore, Md. " SIS Arrives at Ha-rieonburg .. .. .t Ktauutt.ii ?> 638 " Harrisonburg ?? ?. >? SUuntou K. L. CAMI =**e . . ' ' j MrtHOIlU* \oliti CabS'ia Lodge, No. 142, -aeets in Masonic Hull, , the last Monday night of ??ac Wood Wanted at the Office. Please brltu it in at > A- CAHD. To ?11 woo are suflering from tin (ndlicrctions of youth, nervous *? alecay, loss of manhood, tec,, I -wills? that will eure you, FKEE OF C7J great remedy was discovered by a m South America. Send a ec'.f-aildresi ?to the Bav. Jossva T. Ikmak. Sta ?ork Ci...

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 November 1881

Ifee?????**a??a^ i ? fm ar.b mxts?bt Southern Planter and Farmer the Oldest and Ablest Asi ?cultura Journal iu the South, 'Subscription, ?2,00 a year, U'.chmon.?, Va. We will furnish this excellent aie' djpular Agricultural Journal, with our piper one year fur-?-.-?i'. or ?is month? for il;*0. Every larmer ?lioald have it *a*??*-?-??-*a?i l t*a*t??tB*?*????**B*?B?a ?Varntliig and Ventilating Ila-dly any subject is so much worth con-idering at this autumnal season o? the year, as how to warm and ventihtc our bornes in the cold and blustering days of winter. We may not rei'ei to turnaces because houses in rural districts are rarely warmed by them. We wish to limit our words to small dwelling?. A century ago a blazing fire com? posed of logs four feet long or more, was the common way ot generating best for making families coraf? rtal'lc. It had much to re commer.el it. Even now that so ninny years have passed, no other way ot irenerating heat is so social and delightful as a lire place...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 December 1881

ilflilEPill ^f|lfll4 YOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7,1881. NO. 7. ^waubnal? fttralb, I? POBLlSntP W?K*LT Ti? SrlENANDOAH HERaA-D PUBL1SHINQ CO yen (srsnbacriptlon, One Dollar aud a-Ualfpei payable la advance. All communications of a private? nature will be barged for a* a advertising. Job PriHttrtK? All kind? of Job Work done at efcoit notice and the mo*t reasonable rate*. Professional Cards. ROBERT J. "WALKER, ATTORNEY-AT LAW, WOODSIVCK, YlKOlVlA. t*f/"Office in Burner Building. Kov. 80.?lyr. V B. McINTCKFF, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STRAsIintlV.VUKilNlA. ?TfT"Pro-??t?t tttotiticn i;ive;i to the collection of ?lalm? In Sbentudoab, Warten ?ud licltnei 3ouuti?.?*. Ms y mil's:,?Ty. a g. wrsKoor, srni R?v-5 r .1 r la w, c. With Hon. H.C.ALLEN. ,VOOI?ST?K'K VA. Will practice m the court? of Sheuandoah kxtd djtcent counties. XT Special attention River, to the collection oj alm.auda111eRalb\i?iii--- Iniatedtohl* care, WiiX nit in Mt. J' ! iv in! Sa'ur 'day, before the 2nd Tuesday ?&...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 December 1881

I? rt7BLt?HIt> ?/?HLI ?IV O-iENANDOAH HEBM.D PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. We<li*eH?ta*. Dec. 7th, l&Sl Tlie Republicans are beginning to squeal. The> claim tint it was an understanding that John F. Lewis was to be elected as United States Senator, in consideration ior their services in earning the Mshonite ticket. Now that the Republicans gave the \iciory to the Mahouites, they foci*, and ha\e good reason to fear, ihst Mahooe is not going to give them the* United States Senator Hence the squeal. Tbey abandoned Republican principies and, as far as it was possible, lliey have proel?inicd to the world that the Republican party in Virginia ?s a party utterly without principle and ready to sell themselves to the highest bidder, even though that bidder be a deadly enemy, pro iesiintr principles in direct opposition to the professed principles of tbo Rc pnblicar. party. They claim to be Repnblioata, but in their greed fOj ?flioc they are willing to abandon the principles...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 December 1881

btnanbrmb ?uralb. WOtHlSTOClC VA. WeUucHdat- Dee Till, 1881? fOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. .: ?t the l'oet ?iffie. at Wooiiftoi k, Va, a? j ?et?ond-clasa matter.] ehant-e of ?clieduie on llaricr'n Ferry and j Vahe) Blanch, Ukiut-t Oc?! KOT.SO, EAST BOl'ND. I Ta??. Mailand Ixjre?? at..9.31 ?. M ?' 681 Vav fr.ii.-ht and 1'at?. -. \0M a.?! " tW) Through ireiKl.t *1 at?. ".?.el? km WEST HOVXD. No. flO Tac?. Mail and Express at.2.C6 r. M. ?? S3? Throtanh freiglit A Pas?. ".Uli.? '? 6*0 Way Ireigbt and Fa**. ".I.IS 1 ??.I ? Arrives at Waahinptou, D. C. at 2.*?1 p u. ! " ?' ?' laltuuire. Md. ?? 3.'U ?? | " 610 Arrive? at Hatrrieonbnig "3.56 " j K tan a ton " M* " j -' Harriaoabtug " l-v " ?' '? ?? Stanxtton " 210 ?? S. L. C'AMri'.ElX. Act Musouic Notice. . Xo. 142, F. A. M. . Woodstock, the laM Monda? ach month. :, Wani IH'HAi.t? I V t Mill. iBditi r ?ou? v.,aki;e-? ?a-'y Jcca> ..I "?1 scud ? rtclp? th?t -ail! c. ? OT CBABOC Tbi? gr-;a! enveto*-* P. New York ? '?WINE OF CARDUI" cow* irregula...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 December 1881

ftWTliKUN l'LANTKK AND FaKMI'K the Oldest1! ?nil Ablest Apicultura Journal in llie S?unli, 'Subscnpiinn, 12 oil a year, ?.'n'limon.l, Va. We will ru;nish tins cxctilluiit and dopular AgrkuKurul Journal, with our pnper one year For $2..r?i\ or six moutlis for itloO. Evtrj laimer should I uvc it Mii'IUT Tor Mice p For the bene?t et others I will give yen a description ota sheep shed which 1 Lilil? a year ago, and which give.? to Other* who examin? ed it as well as mysclt good satis? faction. First 1 built the centre 16x48, sixteen feel high, then a shed all aroni.d twelve feet wide, not siding the middle part, Lut using three inch snips fourteen Icet long, which supports the shed root in the centre, and resting on a 2x8 joist which extend?? all around the bottom of the posts ol the middle part, having no bilis, -e;!;g spiked to them, and tlie.se resting on blocks are twelve tect if] r.vt, thus forming a hay rack. The spaces between the strips are tliiee inches, sufficient for the shee...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 December 1881

mAmk lip?i VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER H, 1881. NO. 8. V F f 11? ?C?i??jB>' ?asuiu ^a*?NAKDOAH HEHM.D PUBLISHING CO .... CW*9e?i??^}ption,One Dollar lud ??halt per payable In advance. Al) coran-unication? of a private nature -trill be barged-ja a advert isle a. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at elir.rtuoticeand ?no most reason?'''?- ?at?*?. Prof< sa luya! < arils. ROBERT .1. WALKER ATTORSIY-AT-LAW, Wool'Sll? 1?, \'n;,. M \ JJJJTOffii-e in Hur?.er Bullding. Kot. 3?'.?lyr. T B. McIM I ATTOUX EY \r I. A W . 8T'US';T".C..'Yi:.mNI\. *-***TrV>o*aptatl a lo the coiled slates lu BbeMBalofJi, Warren av..I Ir-Jfricl .'ouutiCS. A G. WXX CO0-\ A T T O R -V S V i T L A W, e? With Hon. H.C.ALLEN. WOODSTOCK Va ???'111practice in th*?eo?trts of Bbenaadoab and llaesast c>un.les. t**" Kpect.i attention gtverj t.. the collection of Kirn.? an?! all local basinetsentrualed to bit? care. W-t-LBKis Mt. Jai day and Bator d?.y, before the Sad l*n?aaa] ot each a??>...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 December 1881

fJunaniroab Strato, ts FTjBLisaai ?mit ?s SnENaNOOAH KERM.D PUBLISHING CC WOODSTOCK. VlUr.INJA. Wedneatlay. l>er. llili If?I' TIte "Republicana still squirm. IVr?r, simple, deluded creatures.' They thought Mahone would give them the United Stales Senator. ?Mahonc appealed for help. They answezetl. They abandoned their principles. They declared that the professed priticiple3 ot the Repub? lican party about the honest pay? ment ot public obligations were all bosh. They could twist over and embrace even the readjustment t hat they hud denounced as dishon? est. There ?f?S something behind. They expected Mahone to Le gen? erous. He was,?bet?re the elec? tion,?Lut the time tor generosity is now pa.-?t. Mahone is master o? the situation and ht eau now ex? claim to .lohn F, Lewis? Sam, Yost and the large white and black hosts of hirelings : "Hack to your places. You have voted "all right, but I am your master. It is my decree that II. H. ltid.llelergev shall be united Slates Senator. "Wi...

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