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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 January 1882

IIjtnanboab ?jtralb. vVOODHTOCK VA. Wetttttsditt Jan. 35th? 1882. ^wiTABiroou^TY Arrms. Kclarau at the Pott Ofne, ?t WooiWtvck, Va. k? ?ccoutl-ciase matter.] rbange of ?chednie on Harper's Ferry and ValMf a.aucb. taking effect Kev..O, leal. EAST BOUND. ?o. CW raaa. Mailand txprea? at..9.91 a. at " tai Way tieitjlusLdfaas. "..... . lu.'Jl a. at ?? ??? lbroii?i, trviKlt Blata.".S.bS r. at WEHT BOUND. ?a. 110 Pasa. Mall and Expresa at_3.06 r. M. ?' ?ae Ihrvueu lr*igtit*Pa?s,".8.43 a. at. " a?u Way freight aud l"a?a. .a.iie. at. " Mat Arrive? at Wastilugton, O. C. at 2.10 r. at. . baitimure. tad. " 3M) " - Ill Arrivas at liarrieuubuig ???.Sa " ,. .. .. etauutoD " f.uO " "?SS " Harrieouburg " li.Ul " m m ?? btauutou " 2 10 " 11. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. nnkonlc ?Volite. C?sala I/hI?c No. 142. P, A. M. mets ?ii ?\ia*ouie Hall, Woodstock, iht lad aH-uiIu., uiri''i ?I ??*??? nioulh. The Urutltil btsirta.i iu Woodstock ?ill c?o?? u.X' F i a v. Scarlei Fever, ??a arc iDturrued, is ab. ini; m U&a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 January 1882

farm anb ?f?ns?be. ?SoPTHKKN 1'I.AXIKR AXDFaKalk-R the Oldfvi um! ; Ablest Agiicultura Journal in the South, Subset ?p'.inn. 12.00 ? year. Hichmoml, V?. We will mrulah this excellent and rlopnlnr Agrku'lural Journal, with ?or paper .?ue year for $2,50, or six months lor 1150. Ever?, Urmer kIioiiKI hnvi? itj i*41ic?.'l> us Kciiovntor? or the Noll. In England the moat important method ot keep op the vigor of the ?oil M by pasturing sheep. The sheep niitl the turnip ?re insep? arable, and it is (hie to sheep pasturing that the tarins ol that coun'iv do not deteriorate in qtial ity. Tiieir plan of managing sheep for stich i arp?se II very different from ours. Wo turn our sheep on pastare, and allow them to roam at will, picking arid selecting only such herbage sa suits them best, occasioning thereby a greater dis tribun.-n rtf manure than we wish. Sheep dttii^r is veiy concentrated and fine and ii the animals can be made to leed on small spaces they not o?.'y si?ew the manure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 February 1882

an t? o ah .62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY |. 1882. NO. 15. ibntanboab ? ferait? I? rCBLlSHBI' ??lalit S? SHENANOOAH HERMO PUBLISHING -0 iar;iuuscrlpil?>u,oa? ?olUr and e-haif per yet payable ;b ?ilTsnce. AU communications of private nature will be Uargedfor a? a advertising. Job Print.ug. All ktnil? of Job Work done at short noticeanil ?.? most re??on?>.l r riwfSSSJOnmi <htrdr. ROBERT J. W?LSE , ATTORNEY-AT-IAY,, WooI.STOCK, VlKOlSIA. QfOfficc in Burner Building. ?\. 30.?lyr. | U. MolSTUlrT. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ??T". \S,..tTtG.*V?>GlStA. MTPrcr-.pt attention ?iven to the collection of ;l?ins in fcheusnikah, Wair.-n ami iredi-rkk .'< untie?. Ma. Mth "81,?ly. A \(\. WYliKO?P, A T T O /.' ?V i: Y 4T LA IV c? With Hoe. H.C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA Will practice in the courts of Sheuaudoah and ?llseent counties. , , fV- Special attention Riven to th? colloction of aim?and ?tlleg?l businessentrusted t?. ins ?ire. ?Tlixram Mi. ?'"' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 February 1882

.fb nattboab ftralb ta rcB-aaaan w?*kli a* SHErvAwooAM HESM.U ???BLISHINQ CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedn?*?<laj. Feb' 1st. 1HS3 Ma9sky is still master of the situa? tion and so long a9 his friend? slick to Lim, he proposes to hold the fort, much the to chagrin ol Hie readjuster? who wear the collai ot t_e ?'boss." Poor proattats Virginia, ?be is now held in the miro by a 90 pound tyrant, who ir ? _' d is diclator. The readjus? ter that dare? recel agalust the ??Boss" is doomed. How leng will Virginia submit 10 such monarchy.1 Notwithstanding the blowing upon the stump ?boat the sovereign will cf the penple and that an? bill pasted for the Sff'ement of tbe debt question should hn ?nbmiltod to them for ratifica? tion, it is now proposed to sellle thai question without consulting the will of the people. Circumstances, however, have cbnnged. The people are no longer? iVit-hjn. Mabone I? now the sovereign p-*wr-r and htl will i? neces? sarily tl i* jierple'? will. THE -c ui'isi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 February 1882

ajfitanbcab ?jcritfti? WOODSTOCK VA. Wediiemlay Feb. Ist, I8H3. /?WM ?UtaTO?PlITT ailTaUM. KoUreU ?t the 1 o?t Ofhe, ?t WctnUtovk, Ya. a? ?ecoud-cl??? matter.] C?sase of ?cheduie ou llsrper's Ferry sud ?aller Blanch, taklugeffect Sov.'JO, lpbl. EAST Bui" Nl>. Mo. Sal Tass. Mail and l apresa at.9.S1 A. M " 691 V ?y fi eight ?Ld l'ait. ". lo.Jl a. m ? ?2*3 Tar..u^L im^Ltalata.''.8.18 p. at WEST DCVND. No. 110 Piss. Mail ?udEipie*? at.2.06 r. it. - 63? Ibrungu Height a P???. "..813 A. at. ?? 6?y W?y freight ?ud Pa--?. ".2.i2 p. M. ?? ?A Arrives ?t YVai.iii.gtoD, I?. C. at 2.40 p. u. .? kalliruuie. Aid. " 3 M) " *' 610 Arrive? at llarriai.Lbuig " 3->6 " ?< ?? ?? staulitou " ;.U0 " ?' CMS " Ha.rimnilHir,; ?' lJ.i'5 - *? ?? " Btauutou " 2 lo " K. L. CAMPBELL, Act. ? M MHO II if XotiCV, Cassia Lodue, No. 1-12, F. A. II. Meets iu iJat-ouic Hull, Woodstock, | the last Monda.) night ot each moulh. Wiuit-r lias ??aiu com?n uced ami j snow bata falleu lo Uie dep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 February 1882

SODTHBRN PLAVIKR AND FARMER ?lie Oldest and Ablest Asricullura Journal in the South, Subscription, 12,00 s year, Richmond, Va. Wc will furnish tine excellent ami dopnlsr Agricultural Journal, with our I>aper erne year for $2,50, or six months r>l 5'1. "Everv farmer should have it Groittttl LiuiOMlouf The value ot ground limestone as a fertilizer is just now attract ing a good deal of attention from the fanners of this county and creating considerable discussion. When it is understood that between three and tour thousand tons oi phosphate are used in this county every year at a cost of not less than one hi-ndrcd thousand dollars, the importance of the subject will readily oe seen. The ground lime? stone costs about $5 a ton, while bone costs over $40, aud as bones are'geniiig scarcer every year, there is no leiling how high the price of unadulterated bone may be in the future. A substitute which would do near as well and the supply of which at hand is inexhausti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 February 1882

toi?ito VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1882. NO. 16. Slj?nanboalj ferait i* ?CB-iewar w***ir ?v SH.N*e?nOAH HCSM.D ?U8LI*-HI?IQ C C?r~su .acnptlou.ijii? U .11*.- and ?-nail^psr > ?* payable la advance. AH o?_u_antcatlo n? of privat? nature wiU be Barged for a? a ?dvertuiug. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work don* at ?tinrl notice ?u ?it? inevst reane-in?**! ? . I'rotexsiorm/ ('ant*. KOMM J WAIJfl . ATTORNKY-AT-I AW, WoOn?TOCK, VlKOlSIA. IJfyOffice in Burner Building. e?. 90.--ljrr. L* . WcINTUPFF. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 8TR*.?au?o,*~.'irtf?iNiA. IW* Pre-rript ?tt.-ntlor. giver to the collection o *!?iBis In bbetiaedtsb, WarreB and Irederie >?*?____? M?y 1Mb, 'Ri,-Iy. A \(i. WY_?KOOI\ AT T O KN E Y AT LA W, c* With Ho?. H. CALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA vVlllpr.ctlre In the court? of Pbeuandoab an' ?tarent r< untie?. fW Special attention given to the collection 01 aim? and all leg?) boellie-a?entrusted to hi? car. ??I1.LHBI*. Mi. .lAtus,,* on Fndaj ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 February 1882

I^imanboalj jarato. is ?BBLiann a?li?Ll as SHCNANOOAM H?SELO PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA? Wednesday, Feb. Hih 1S83 King Caneas King Caucus is now in the sulks. In spite of the intelligence ol the peo? ple of this day, the effort wa9 made in the Virginia Legislature to convert tne the representatives of the people into mere machines pledged to obey the dictates of s caucus which is known to be the machine of one mnn. Where are the liberties of the people when their chosen representatives no longer pretend to represent public sentiment, bst pay a cringing obedi? ence to the orders of one man, and that man in his political acts is known to be in intimate rtlationship with the political enemies of our peo? ple'.' If the will of the caucus is superior to the will cf the people, why have representatives? Mahone rules the caucus and the caucus deter? mines what the ligislation may be. They are obedient to the will of their master and sovereignty has Ixen trans? ferred from the people...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 February 1882

^?nanboalj %iralb? WOODSTOCK VA. We?l-icadaT Fei?. 8th, 188?. ^Wmnm\W?kW??1ri??, Entered at the Pott Offi*. at Wood?toe-, V?. ?? second-class matUr.) Change of echedui* on Harper'* Ferry and Walk; Blanch, taking ?-eel Hov.av, 1881. EAST BOl ND. Mo. 6*6 Paea. Mailand Exprese at. .9.S1 a. at ?? 631 "Way fr?ig_t ?nd Pata. ". l?.51 a. at " It? Through iriijiht kPue. "..B.08 ?. WE8T BOrSD. Mo. ?10 Paea. Mail and Expresa at.2.06 ?. at. " 63? Through freight -Paaa,".MS ?. _. " 640 Way freight and Paaa. ??.2.12 ?. _. M ?06 Arrives?t -Washington, D. C. at 2.40 ?. _. ?? ?' " Baltimore. Md. ?? 8-0 ?' ?? ?10 Arriv?e al llarriaoa.nrg " 8.M '? ?' ?? " Ktannton " ?.00 " m ?_>, <? Uarriaonbarg ?' lJ.i* - ?a ?? ?? Staunton " 21? " K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ? Haaaiilc Notice. Cassia Lodge, STo. 142. F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night or each month. S-taUX-Pox.- No news trom the ?nibll-ptx itctioi'. a vry mvorable in dlcalion, Wea.-e iudebted to Hon. .loh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 February 1882

'arm an?r jfirt?ibf ^'?....?Cr?.?.?? b> Ti HERN 1 LANIER AND Fa KMKR the i'''.- ?iul Ablest Asiiculturn Journal in the South, Subsetip"ion, $2.r' s vi? ?t. Hielimon.l, Va. We will furnish this excellent arn* dop^.. h Auric.litural Journal, with onr paper one year for?)2,50, or six tuontris rj *?? Every farmer should bave t Str. -iy?aaa?aa?at?a??BtaaMBaswwwwwpMaaMW The Or*-hard mid Fruit dur ? den A< ive ouNdoor operations no?* begii? ?n loom up before the frur grovtr aa realities; i lie time fol plan i p pi d theorizing lor the clou i\ a preaching clash of spade* and | Wn with old mother earth is well h gh f ded. South ot this ere W' again prepare) suggestion.? for lb?* ?'. pariment of The ?Ameri? can l'".riiu. the work of planting, truing, plowing, etc, can be ptubtd lorward. In our own State the.-i operationi may possibly b? imjit ..i ,- inj delayed by unsuitable west In r, though then will doubt less ? e some tine days which cm le ti--'' to advantage in fini...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 February 1882

VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1882. NO. 17. ta rcB-iPUtr ??m? a? ? HCNANOOAH HER*,LD PUBLISHING CO (k*rSul>*cripUoB,One Dollar and a-half per yea peyablt? 1b advance. All communication? of privat? nature will be, barged, for aa a advertising. Job Printing. All kind* of Job Work done at thort notice and | tne mo*t reaaonabl r JProfessio7utl Cards. ROBERT J. WA1.KE . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Woodstock, Vikqisia. |y Office in Burner Building. ct. 90.?lyr. T. B. McINTCRFF, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STR?SBURO. VIRGINIA. t?T" Prompt attention given to the collection of Maim* in Sbenandoah, Warren and Frederick Dountie*. May 18th *81,?ly. G. WYNKOOP. ATTORNEY AT LAW, M With Hon. H.C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA, Will practice in the court? of SbenandoBh and ?Jacent countle*. tr Special attention given to the collection of aim? aad all legal busine?? entrusted to hi? c?re. Will Bars Mi. Jacksoh on Frld?y ?nd Satur Iky, before the 2nd Tuesday of each ?out-, at Dr. L. H. Jordan'a Office,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 February 1882

I? erj?ll?H?I? W?BBLT *T SHENANDOAH HERALD P__L1?HINQ CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. i _? i Wednesday, Feb. I5.li 1S82 "?cu_ ?tems. Ten iieche? of scow fell In Concord, N. H. Thursday night and yesterday forenoon. The colored people of L*.ncbburg have taken step?} to baye the proposed State colored Normal School located in that city. The city of Adrian, Mich., is in a state of great excitement over the dis? covery of the seemingly unauthorized negotiating of $150.000 worth of bonds by the mayor of the city-Thomas J, Navin? who, it is alleged by New York parties, negotiated the bonds and drew money oo them. Navin has abscond? ed. Train? on the railroads in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick have been plowing snow-drilta for a week or longer, and time schedules have been piactieally abandoned. A guauo island has bun discovered m the Gulf of California, 28 miles south west of Port Lobos. The deposit is very large. The island contains about 1C square miles. The Standaid Iron Company has been incorp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 February 1882

fhnanboab ?tralb WOODSTOCK VA. Hi'ftiictiflav Feb. 1511?, 188?. "T?Vaf AKJi OOUXTY AITAIRS. Entered at the FoetOf-e, at Woodstock. Ya.'.a? second-cla?? matter.] Change of schedule on Harper'? Ferry sad Valley Bianch. taking effect Nov.20,1881. rjE- Ml EAST BOUND. No. 666 Fa**. Mall ?nd Expr?s* at.9.31 a. m ? 681 -WayfT*ight*ndF???. ".10.ala.ii ?"683 Through freight * Fa.*. ".8.08 VU WK8T BOt'ND. No. 610 Pas?. Mail and Exprets at.106 v.u. '? 688 Through freight k Pa**. '?.8.4S A. _. ? 640 Way freight and Fas*. ".Ul v. u. I" 605 Arrive? at WMhlngton, D. C. at ..?0 v. u. .' Bahimore.Md. " 3e? ?? |" 610 Arrive* at Harriaonburg " 8.M ? ?? " ?? SUunton " ?.00 " " 638 " Harrieonborg ?' 1?.06 ?? ?. Steuuton " 210 " B. L. CAMPBELL, Agi, _?_Li. ' ' ' ? - . , ____ ? Masonic Notice. Cassia Lod_.e, No. 142. F. A. M. ??ieets in Masonic Hull, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. Episcopal services in Hie Court House next Sunday Feb. 19th, by Rev. W. W. ?Yalker at 11 o'clock A. M. ami 7 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 February 1882

arm anb ?Jtaresfoe ?Southern Flakter and Farmer the Oldest, and Ablest AijiicuHura Journal In the South,1 Subscription, $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and dopular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for $2,50, or six months for $150. Every farmer should have it Simple Remedy Tor i '?itttrrh und Itrtiuebii.N. It is now generally known that Carbolic Acid is strongly disinfec? tant, and very usefully applied to putrid sores or purulent wounds. Wood Creosote is similar, is decid? edly antiseptic and quite volatile. It is therefore natuial to suppose it ?would be useful when applied to catarrhal and bronchial affections which arise frcm diseased or?} putre? fying mucus. We learned of its use for this '.purpose troin Dr. Pescetto, a leading physician in the noted Italian Medical School in Genoa, Italy, from whose con? versations we gleaned portion ol the important article on 'Catching Cold and the Kennedies,' given in last December's American Agricul?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 February 1882

VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1**2. NO. 18. ^nranboalj ferait). M ?OBLlSBir WV?kl -. !-' SrtCNANDOAH HERM-D PUBLISHING ee ?aW?-ub?cri{jtion,One bollki and t-ha.'t p.cyt?r payable la advance. AU oonmunlcatlonaof private nature wlU be bargee for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at abort notice at.d it.? most reason ?bl r Professional Cards. KOBEItT J. WALKE . AITORNIT-AT-LAW, WOODSTOCK, VlKtilNIA. fJgfOffice in Burner Builtling. ?v. SO.-lyr. I. B. McIXTCRFK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STRISBeRt., VIRUINIA. I^Proapt atteutiou given to tbc collection of I Claims In SbeDanJoah, VlIM ami Imltri?!? Oouutiee. Msy 1Mb "SI? ly, G. WYMKOOP, at to n N s r -i r i a w> ca With Hon. H.C. ALLEN. V't1]i-?TlH'K VA Will practice fn the court? of Shoiiaudoab and djeceut counties. tor Special attt-iitlon Riven lo Hie collection .'f atmt tud all legal butiucRtit nt rn?tf-.l to I Will uE is Mr. laoxaoa on Friday and Satur? day, before the 2nd Tuesday of each m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 February 1882

tj il ?tiBLiiaai ??ist.* ''? ? HENANDOAH HESM-0 fUlLISHIKO CO WOODSTOCK. VHW-.NIA. WetlnfUtlHT Fob SSd ?v.*?3 The statement that the reodjusters ters of Shenandoah are ?11 against Massey, wo know, is not correct. At least staunch readjuslers openly pro? claim themselves Massey men. They say tkst Massey is right and they sustain him bieause he is right. We aro neither Massey n?r and Massey. When Massey turned against his State, as we believed, l?y following strange readjoster god?, we bad no use tWf him ; but if Massey becomes the instrument of exposing the cor? ruptions of this intolerant, proscrip? tive party, which is now breeding the honest tax<-payers of tlie ??Mate, we think bo is worthy of piaiso. As to the office of auditor, wo do not care whether*Massey or Brown Allen gets the place. We hnvi' no use for either ode of them but we hope the fight will go ou, until the real character ef the Maboneite party is ully exposed to the viiw of the people. Tie dead lock Jin t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 February 1882

Iiftiaitboal? fjtralb WOOllS'IOlK VA. lVediiotitlav Feb. 32d, 1888. ~fOWN AUD COUNTY AITAIES. tljtere? at the ?Poet Otle, at Wi oiUUx?,, Va. ?? ?ecoiiU-clas? matter, j Chtnce of ?cheduie on lltrper'? Kerry aud . ffeet Nov.20,1881. 1 AST BOVND. S I ran?. Mail nud express ?t.9.31 A. M ?? SSI Way rraifbtand Pats. ". 10.il a. m - CM Tbttmb ft ?tali! ll'tn.".,8.08 p. at WKST LOINI?. l'as?. Mail ?nut Kaniaai it.8.0? p. m. ? i lin.nub freiuht fc Pass. ".8.43 A. M. " Tie Way ir.iyht and I-atB. ".'.?.13 P. M. I" 005 Arrive? at Washington, D. C. at 2.40 p. al. Baltimore, Nd. " 3.60 " [" f.lO Arrive? at 11 srrisonburg "3.58 " " " " Stauut.'ii " 1.00 " " Hsrrisonbur?, ?' 1?.0S " ?? ?? ?? Stauutoii " 2 10 " R. L. CAMFPELL, Agt. Jin? on it- Xotioe. Cassia Lod&e, No. 142. F. A. If. -ii.ii< it: Ifasoolc Hall, \Voodsiock, tl c la! Monday night of em-li month. Mi. (.'. II. Blj. P'?slmasicr at Stras bi.><:. died ?eslerdaj al 0 A. If. A ibief eDteretl the ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 February 1882

Southern Flakier and Farmer the Oldest and Ablest Apicultura Journal in the South, SubscripUon, $2,00 a year, Uichmoud, Va. We will furnish Una excellent ami dopular Agricultural Journal, with our paper oue year for $2,50, or six months far $150. Every farmer should have it Suggestions or and far the Sea? son Manure, the key to successful farming over the larger part of the country, demands attention. Per? haps in no one item of farm practice has there been a greater change than m that of of the management of man? ure. Formerly it was thonght that manure should only be brought to the field just as it is to be used. Xow it is taken out when carting or sledding is good, and the hands and learns are not pressed with oth? er work. By hauling it in winter, and placing it in heaps near to where it will be netded in spring, it gets the benefiit of an extra turning and, it desirable, these heaps may le turned again before they are spread. Ot conrse some forethought must be taken to put the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 March 1882

teiittiiil VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, YA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH l, 1882. NO. 19. ?ljittai.b*oab Strato. I? ?TSl ..1>1 ??111. 8rtEMANDOAH HERM.D PUBLI*.Mr?. l?w"Subscript)on,Ouo Hollar ST)d[a-kalf|>ei ;.:. ; payable lie advance. All communication? of private nature ?*'. . '.<? barged for as a advert : Job Priuthig? All kind? of Job Work dono at ?l.oit notice and inn most reasoiial?' r Professional Card?. R OltlT.T J. WA1 KE . ATTORNEY AT i AW, WoObHOCK, V t^-Oflicc in Banter Building. !>'?? T K. Mel.VUT.l 1. ATTOUN KV AT L \ W . STiUSV.l'lir, VIRGINIA. ?Of Pror.t t ..?? Mob of I .?laim? in uenaBdceh, Warren si rouDtie?. Mux luth ? G. WYNKOUP. AT T O R S F Y AT I. A W, c? With Hon. H. C. ALLES. WOODSTOCK VA Wl'ilprsctice in the court? of Bhenandoab and djacent counties. %tr~ Special attention gi\e: I .tionof aim? and all legal bmslnen entrusted to his care. Will hi in Mr. Jacssos on Friday \v flay, before the tad Tneeda) if. Dr. L. H. JordauV Sept. 5th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 March 1882

IS FOBluaBkr. wuiLi *v S-lENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedneftrtaj. ?arch 1 IMS. Poor Parson Massey, the man that was lauded all oyer the Commonwealth for his virtues an d skill as an auditor by readjuster slump speakers, has been kicked out of office by the readjustee. His skill and integrity were not ques? tioned, his devotion to leadjuster prin? ciples .** as even greater than many of those that kicked him out, but he'was not'Mahouc's own. He would not bend the kce to the ^boss. He would not agree that the spoils committee should select his cleiks, He would be rt man In spite of Mrhone. His pla:e \ias wanted by one of that class who are willing to proclaim that they are ready to follow Mahone to the d?1. After weeks of hard work, they succee? ded in ousting the parson, but the end ?not Set. If they suppose that Mas seybas no strength they are mistakeu. He will ?et make it warm for the Ma hooeites. A party kept together by spoils aud proscription cannot fette...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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