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

fjjtnanboalj % er alb woonsTOcic VA. Ulli?t Mi?i Mates. 1, 1883 "rOWNAND COUNTY APFAIKS. Entered at the Vott OSS?, i.i W. i ?ftetock, Va. sb ?eeond-clasB matter.] Change of schedule on Harper's Ferry and ValUy Biauch. ukingeffect MoT.SO, 1881. EAST BOl'XD. ?a. Ml r?s?. M?ii mu? Bxpreai at.SJ1 ??? n " ?31 Way freight and r?hS. ". 10.81 a. M " C33 Thri ugh fr. i(,l.t A rasa. ".h \V1>T BOITND. No. f.10 Pts?. Mail and Sauieea at.S.0S r. m. " 638 Through freight * I . i.I.i.m. " 640 Way freight and Pa??. ".?.IS?.M. 1 ? 005 Arrive?at WaahlBgton, P. C. at S.IS l< v.. " ?' " Baltimore. Mil. " 3.60 " .'? C10 Arrives a', llarrisonburg "3.56 " ?< ?? ?? Staunten " H.OO " <? 638 " HtrriRonburi; " MjN " ?. Manntea " 2 lo ?? IB. I- ('\Ml'l:r.U., Agi 1 Haaonic l\otieei Cassia ?Udae, Ho. 142. P. A. If. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock. the last Monday night of escb month. It Is getting s little doll in Woodstock. Wcliave nol liad sn suction of dry goods fo...

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

rann anb Jhristut Southern Planter and Farmer the Oldest and Ablest Agricultura Journal in the South,-; Subscription, #2,00 a year. Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and dopular Agricultural Journal, Wtih oar piper urn? veiir for$'2.fi0, nr?.'i\ months lor $150. Every tanner ?houhl I Limeatoiie* T/*e Vieirsofa \fft?Iipigton Coun? ty Fanner as Communicated Through the Hagerstown Mail. Messrs. Editors:?Tn the effort at presenting to y<>ur reader? a knowledge of the properties' c n tained i.n limestone, and (acts that have been demonstrated centuries ago in legard to their use and up pTia-ation to agriculture, it is pro? posed that we profit by the exper? ience of those lannera who have preceded ns; ana that we aicept results which they have demonstrat? ed by actual experience and prin? ciples which they have explained by science. The land of tail coun? try is comparatively now yeta and we know that its productive capa city is very much reduced? Now vie...

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

il?! %m VOL. 62, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1882. NO. 20. ?2 ti ttmiiem raui >? ? 8HENANOOAM HEBM.D PUBL18HIKG > >> er"Subscriptlon,Oue Dollar andja-hai?pe? yea r payable !n advance. -Ml ooruinunlcatlouBof private nature will bo barged for as a advertising. Job Priutlug. All kinds of Job Work done at shortnoticeand i'm most reason?!'' r Pnftt?tonai Carat. R OBERT J. WALKI . ATTORNEY-AT-1. . WoopstoCK, ViKoiMV. tyOffico in Burner HuiUlin-. ov. 80.?lyr. T B. McINTl M r, ATTORNKY A Y LAW, KTRaSSVltO.' VIB01XIA. OP" Proz>r>t attention grvaa to the collection I I .-laims iu Sbtuaudcah, Warrm and Frederick bounties. May 18th "81,?ly. G. WY?KOUP, AT TO S NX Y IT la ir, c. With Hon. H.C. ALLEN. WOOMTOCK v \ Will practice in the courts of Kheuandoah and djacent couutics. rjr Special attention given to the collection of alms and all legal business entrusted to his care. Will be ix Mx. lacxaoa on Friday and Satur? day, ...

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

ts rosLisik? wstiLt ?t ? tENANDOAH MERAIO PUBLISHING Cl WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedueaulsvr manu 8 1882. The Genoral Assembly, of Virginie expired on last Monday night. The Governor immediately called an ex? tra session. Whether the Readjusters osn succeed iu carrying out all their schemes, by which they expect to keep the party together is somewhat donbtful, but they will succeed in drawing the extra salary to the amount of $180 each. When Hol? iday was governor the extra session dodge did not win, but with Gov* Cameron and the Boss, we may ex? pect not only extra sessions, but a good many other extras. In Drawing Congressional Dis* tiicts, says the N. Y. World, the famous Mississippi political geome? tricians were amateurs; the Readjus? ters have done much more pieturesuue woikon the msp of Virgiaia. The shape of tbe new Third District is at best not symmetrical, the shape of the Seventh is suggestive of the prehis? toric ox-yoke, and tbe Sixth is a di? agonal section of tbe map ISO ...

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

fljtnantoalj ftralb WOOD8TOCK. VA. TVednettdatY Mia roh 8, 188?. ~rOWN AElT?bttETT"ArrAIB8. Entered at the Post OfBe, at Woodstock, Vs. second-class matter.] Change of schedule on Harper's Ferry >ud Taliry Biauch. taking effect Nov.M?,1881. EAST BOVND. So. f?6 Pars. Mail and Fxpreae at.931 A. M " 681 VVsy freight snd Pass. ". Ul.at a. M " ?33 Through frelRlt * Pars,".8.08 r. at WEST 110VXD. So. Sin Pass. Mail snd Express at.?.06 P. M. " G3* Through freight H Pass, ".8.48 a. M. " 640 Way freight and Pass. ?'.J.H *? af. |" 605 Arrives at Wsshirgton, D. C. at ?.40 i>. at. ?? ? " Baltimore. Md. ? 3.50 ?? |" r.10 Arrives at Harrisonburg " S.SS " ?< ?? ?? SUunton " a.00 " " 638 " Harriaonbnrg " H.06 ?' ?? <? ?? Staunton " 310 " (E. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. tt Masonic notices Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday nicht of each month. Rev. R. H. Fleming will preach in Mt. Jackson next Sunday morning at 11 o'clo...

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

'arm attb J?ns?be. 800THB?N ri?AjTTEB A.ND FaRMBB the Oldest and Ablest ! AgticulUira Joiirnsi In the Sooth,! Subscription, 12,00 a jssr. Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and dopular Agricultural Journal, with oar paper one year for $2,50, or six months far #150. Every lartner ahould haveti lloUMhalal K?-?*>ip.M Stove lurtrc, when mixed with turpentine and applied in the usual manner, is blacker and more glossy than when mixed with any other liquid, and he turpentine also pre? vents rust. Take one ounce of spermaceti and one ounce of white wax, melt and run into a thin cake on a piste. A piece the size of a quarter dollar add? ed to a quart o? prepared starch give ? beautiful lustre to the clothes and prevents the iron sticking. When baking a cake in a long tin, line the sides? and end? as well as the bottom with stiffwhite paper: )ou can lift the cake out without breaking it and can siso be perfect? ly sure to bake it throughly in the middle without turning i...

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

VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1882. NO. 21 IS IDSLl.litr SjSSlAHi? ais --SNANDO/vM HEWM.0 PUBLISHING CO I-" Subacription.One Dollar and a ballpei year payable la advance. All communication, of private nature will be barged for as a advertising. Job PrlntlnK. ill kinds of Job Work done at sbortuotlceand tn? most reasona-1 r Profetsional Oardt. ROBERT J- V'AI.KE . ATTORN EY-AT-I. Woodstock, Yiikhmv. jga/"Ofr!ce in F.uruer liviililitis. tv. SO.?lyr. ?, MclNTtRIF, A T T O It X E Y A T L A W , STrtasnrno," vii.ginia. XV Promr-t attention given to the collection of -liinn in Shenaudcah, Warren and Frederick bounties. May lfth '81,?ly. G. WYNKOOP. AT T O li X I Y AT LA W, c? With Hon. H.C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA Will practice in the courts of Sliei_.ie.leah and dlarent counties.? ?V Special sttent ion given to the collection of alms nut all legal business entrusted to Me care. Will be in Mt. Jacksok on Friday and Satur? day, before the ?nd Tnesdsy of each aonth, it Dr. L. H. J...

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

fbntan?wab ?.erallx IS FUU-IS-B! WSSKLY V* SntNANDOAM HERM.D PUBLISHING CO WOOIXSTOCK. VIROTNIA. Ut>?iii??sj<THa. inarch 13 l?R2 A Faw readjustee pretend to be? lieve lhat the democrats are rcsponsi DM for the extra session of the Legis lature. A party that had the ma? jority in both houses trying to'divcrt public a *"_tion from their own short? comings, and place the responsibility for an extra session upon the minority! A bare statement of the proposition shows its absurdity. The democrats voted against an extensioti of.ihe session. In Ibis they did right. They were opposed to an extra session. The same dodge was tried when Ildiiday was governor. The Legis? lature failed to pass a new tax bill and an appropriation bill, but Gov. llollielay was too watchful of the in? terests of lb? people. He refused to call an ?xtia session and thus saved the Sta'e tbousa_cls of dollars. Gov. Cameron, however, did not pursue the same policy. It was not to b?? ex - peeled. Go...

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

f^tnanboali! Irralb w WOODSTOCK VA. .Vediicsdnv March 13, IS83. rOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. Li.tire? at the Post Offie, at Woodttc-ck, Va. at second-class matter.] Chaude of schedule on Harper's Ferry aud Valley liiauch, taking efitct MOT.N, 1881. EAST BOVNli. Taps. Mailand Fxpress at.V.31 K. M " Sal Way In-iylit and Fass. ". . 10.Il A. M " M 'llllM.fch fitie.lt A Haa,".M'S KM Istl lit VXD. No. fllO Pass. Mail and Expr?s* at.. .. 2.06 r. H. " CM ) lirough freight A Pass. ".8.43 a. m. " C.4U 'Way freight ?ud 1'asa. ".2.12 r. M. i" M Arrives at Washington, P. C. at 2.10 p. u. ?? ?' " Ealtiruore. Md. " 3 60 " |" K10 Arrives at llarrisonburg "3.56 " ? ?? stauuton " rl.uO ?' " Harriscubnr-,' " 12.t>5 ? " ?' " Stmmton ?' 2 10 " , R. I., e AMi'LLH., aajt, S3 Mason lo Soiled ('?I'-sia Lodge, No. 1-12, F. A. M. tneets Id Masonic Hall, Wooelstock, the last Monda] eight of each month. Dr. Tirkcy will be iu this place next Monday niHl aill r, main <?uc week. Episcopal Service...

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

arm anb l?rtsfof. Southern Planter and Farmer the Oldest' and Ablest Agricultura Journal la iba South,- Subscription. 12,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and dopular Agricultural Journal, with onr piper one year for $2,50, or six months for $150. Every farmer should hnvet; The Knife and Fork. Notwithstanding tlie length of time the knite and fork have been used, many persons seem not to have learned their appropriate uses it we may judge by evidence daily presented in public eating places. The habit of '-shoveling" the'food or making the knite serve the dou? ble purpose ot cutting the food, and of conveying it to the mouth, is one that largely prevails in this coun? try and is as reprehensible as it is vulgar. The habit is due to hick of early training principally, but not frequently to carelessness and indifference. Parents should be carefnl to teach their children that the knife is designated tor cutting the food and the tork for conveying it to the mouth, a...

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

vm. **> WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1882. NO. 2? ?knanbtmb Ipralt). 8~E*?.*DJAH HERM.D PUBLISHINC ra? >m scrlption.Une Uollai and a-aaifpw jent payahle tn advance. AI) communication? of private nature will be barged for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at shoitnoticeand "i? most reaaonal.l r Prof$niomal Cards. R OCERT .T. WALKl . attor:>'ey-at-i? Woomtocx, YneniA. jyOffice in Burner Building. I B. McINTURFF. ATTORNEY AT LAW. rrRisBUBO.'TiitanfiA. fF" Prompt attention ijiven to tbe collection of :lains in Sluuandcab, Warren and Frederick May li-tb >l,?ly. A. G. WYNKOUP. AT TO fi NE Y AT LA W, ct With Hon. U.C. ALLEN woonmocx va Will practice in tbe courts o? Pheuandoah and dtactnt o unties. fjr Special attention given to the collection of aims and all legal business entrusted to his care. Wiuunni Mi. IaOUO* on Friday ?ml K;<tnr flav, before the .Mid Tuesday of each month, at Dr. I.. 11. Jordan's...

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

It ?CBLlSBin ?7WBKLT ?? S-.ENAND0AH HEBAtD PUBLltHINQ CO WOODSTOCK. VITtClNIA. Wedneatlny. mareb 22 I ?82 j We publish an article upon general prohibition in this issue. Wo cnn n?n e with the writer iu part, f.r we arc in favor of any and of al! means which mav be adopted to restrict or prevent the sale of iutox'ca'.ing liquors.. In favoring them, we think we art nclins iorthe interest ot every class of our people, ever for that of t! e rumseller, who is stllmg hw ton! to the devil in very minute atoms, ?u the rute often cents apiece, for a few years'use of money which will prove a curoe to himself and a greater one to his chil? dren. Our people who favor local op? tion are we beleive in favor of pro' ibi tion. Jl'e however differ from our cor? respondent in hi> opinion that those who do approve local option would favor prohibition. It mav be tiue of some, but we beb Ive lhat this is only one ?I ibe ways by which many of the fri< nils of the ?hiskv trafile oppo...

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

f Ijtman?iDalj ftnal?? WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Mareta at, 188t. ~fOWH AHD CO?NTY AFfAIES. ?ftStOOi st the Pott OfBe, at Woodttock, Va. as second-class matter.] - (Lange of .-schedule on ller> er's Ferry ami Valley biauih. taking effect Nov.20, 1881. _______ EAST BOVNP. >,.. no 1??s. Mail and Fawaa) at. .BJ1 a. * " C31 Way freight and Pats. ". 10.il a. M ?? SBB Through freight ft Fats. ".8.08 p. M WEST WIND. No. fid l'as?. Mofl and Express st.2.C6 p. m. " SSS Through freight ft Pass. ??. .8.48 a. m. " CsO >V?J freight aud Pats. ??.2.12 r. m. i"~005 Arrives at Washington, I). 0. at 2.40 p. m. ? ?? " Baltimore. Md. " 3 M> ?? t" 610 Arrives at Uarrisonburg "3.56 " . suunton '? M>0 " *" Cas " Hsrrisonturi ?' 12.05 " _?' " " Stawuton " 210 " K. L. CASiPCELL, Agi t Masonic Notice. Cassia Lods-e, Xo. 142, F. A. II. -'.nits In MaBODk Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday ni?ht of each montli. Mr. Solomon Bell of Strasburg died Uli Thursday, a...

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

?arm aab finsiar. SOUTHERN l'LANIER AND FARMER |ha Otdeesfjaad Ablest Agricultura Journal in the South, Subscription. $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. Wc will furnish this excellent an! dopular Agricultuial Journal, with our paper one year fur $2,50, or six months for $150. Every larraar should htavt-t] L1 -! Sheep Killing Dog**. The Code of Virginia provide; thai any Justice on proof thai anj dog has killed or worried any sheep shall Older such dig to he killed If the owner of run dog so ordered to be killed, shall conceal him or cauee him to be concealed, to pre? vent the order from being txccu'ed, I e shall it i it it four dollars tor i very day such dog ??hall be so concealed. If the dog altonld le killed by a tonatal le on order ol a Justice, the owner of Ihc dog ia lequired to pay th ? conatablc one dollar. '1 be tact that doga arc u..\td doea not exempt Ibcm Irom ihc penalty prescribed i y law. A liemedy fur Xiuialgia The Piu is correspondent ol t II ('(>(/: ?t r. 1&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 29 March 1882

VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1882. NO. 23 j_3 >b*manboaI? Ijtralb. I? ?CBLi.BSL WBBBLT H? ?MND0AH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO s***?nl>s<-rlptloti,Oiie Dollar and a-halfpeiyj ea payable In advance. All communication? of private nature will be ? liaiged for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kind, of Job Work done at sbortnotlceand | ?n?. most reatonabl r Professional Cards. 1~)0BEKT J. WAI.KF. \ ATTORNEY-AT-LA W? saisot, Vnu-.iMA. UrOffiee in Burner Building. ? lyr. T B. Mcixai i;r r. ATTORNEY AT LAW, sTi;ssBrro,;vn(iiMA. m**Pro::? t att.iti, n given to tbc collection of I ?lainis iu Vheuandcah, Wavnu and, Frederick | bounties. May 1Mb 'Sl.-Iy. A i;. WYNKOUP. J. T T 0 B NB Y AT LA W, c? With Hon. H. CALLEN. WOODSTOCK va Will practice la tbc court? of Sbeuandoab ?nd I dtarent counties. ?y special attention given to the collection of alms ?nd all legal business entrusted to bis ear?, ! Will us is Mi. laomaoa on Friday ?nd Satur? day, before t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 29 March 1882

IS ?canaHar wasxi r a* at-ENANDOAM HEBM.D PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VllunXIA. WednemlaT. aaareli 30 1S82 W? call attention to Senator Wilcox's resolution as published in this issue. He proposes to act with tl.e Republican party and to let the people know that he is a Republican. He thinks the tune has come tor the Readjustee to openly dtclare their political of Unities. In that respect, we think he was rfgbt? If tie reajust?is are lepublicans let the people know it It they profess to le democrats and support the republicans by their votes an-! their actions, they are deceiving seme of the pcop e. Senator Wilcox boldly crossed the Rubic?n and announced that be proposed to be a Republican and he wanted his readjusttr friends to signify by their votes whether they were' ready to follow bin. FM resolution was dec.and out of or? der and the leadjuster.faction ia atlll ?eating. As to ?I.e.- it will finally settle we hate not much doubt, we will wait i'tvel. pnieiit?, tor it will not le lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 29 March 1882

r. fljenaniuml} ?jtralb WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesdav n sir. h 39, ISM, ~rbw? ??iTcouisTY affairs. Ei.tered at the Tott Offie, at W? BBBOeh. Va. as eecond-cl.s* matter.] ?F*?****"????????????????????????????????????? Chang? of schedule on Il.rper'a Ferr?r and Vall.y Witiich, taking effect Nov.?), 1861. EAST BOVND. H a, R?5 Pas.. Mail and Fxpress at..9.31 a. ? ?? 6S1 VA ay freight and l'a?s. ??. 10.21 A. M " 6153 Through freluU Alats. ".?.UP p, m VA EST liOTNI?. Xe. MO Pasa Mail and Expresa at.2.0? r. it. " ?38 Through freight A Pate. -.8.48 a. u. " 640 Way freight and Paaa. ".'?.12 p.m. ? 609 Arrives at Washington, D. C. at 2.40 r _. .' Baltimore. Md. " S.HO " " SlOArriTceat llarrlsonburg " S.56 " ?? " ?? Staupton " ?.00 " " 688 " Hsrrisonbnrg " 12.08 '? m ?? " Staunten " 210 " K. L. CAMPBELL, Agi. Masonic Notice, Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the la?t Mondav night of each mouth. The posi-off.ee at lleadow Mills has been discontinued. Rev. W, G. Campbel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 29 March 1882

'Htm aiib 3l?nstbc . * : Si'UTHKKN TLANIKK AND FaRMKK the OMcst and Ablc9t ' A.iicuHura Journal in the South, Subscription, $2,00 a year, Richmond", Va. We will furnish tins excellent ami dopular Agricultural Journal, with onr paper one year Hoc 12,30, or six months for 1150. Every farmer shoaM h.??-'i Country ICoa-1 M akin The main point to be kt view lrom tirst to last, in m country road?, is drainage road c: n lie a success without drainage, whether natural or tidal, surface or underdrain. latter is preferable, tor a soil : ally porous enough not to n an underdrain will remain so comparatively short time only traveled road. The a.ctmu dust and dirt soon prevent drainage- Water should not lowed to accumulate ai any tin tor any lenth ot time, on the bed cannot be kept dry stagnant water in th#> ?*??? diti rnw <Jin'c/ies should never t deep Si 10 taiise a wagon t to over it tie wheels on out should ticciden ally run into it the grade is such as to requi deeper ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 April 1882

into! lia WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1882. NO. 24. i. rtiii.i.) ?,iii i SHtNANDOAh HEBNi.0 PUBLISH SjsT SnlBtilBtton.O??. Collar .ml a-naif] payable In advance. AU communication? of private n.ture ?ID N barged for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kind, of Job Work d.<m- at shoi t-.-oticeand urn mon rSSSeatBBl <? s?s?aa?a?ssatta>a?ss??aa?.aM-?ata? .1.11-1 m-r? ?aw-tat Dr Cards. I ROBERT .1. WALKEB \ ?TTOBKBT AT-! AW ^ Si K, VlKOIKlA. jjyOflico in Burnei Buil hr. r a. Vi-ixTVi'.i i la ATTOIIN i: V A r L A W . S'il. ?..- IK1A. W Prompt attention civen to tb< Main.* in bbenendcab, W.rr.-u i 'OUt-til-6. 4 <;. wvM?it)!'. A T T 0 fi iVJS I* -17' L A W, cs With Hon. H.C. AMEN. WOODSTOCK v.? will practice in the dlaeent counties. ITr" ?sp?cial attention given to v aims and all legal trat \\ hi. iiv. is Mi. .l?\- iW on 1 dav, before the -ml Tnesdaj ..l. i Dr. I.. U. Jordan's Office. iept. 5-.li?tf. Moses Wavtos. V.. I ?. ' iyA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 April 1882

ta rcri.i6B?> ?/??kit ht SHENANDOAH HER-UD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. Yll?t. INI A. Wed u etul ai. ?. . i " April 5 1SS2 Dock Wkight, tl.e negro morderer who vas I ansed at Chatham, V l.T-t Friday, save lire following mle of warning before his execution: "Let my txccu'.ion be a warnlog lor \ ou all. and EDf youu.' readers keep away from whisky, tor it it lad not been lor whisky I would not be bore to-day. Had it not been for whisky, Coleman Arthur, the while man murdered by Dock Wright, might still have been with his friends. Had it not bees for whisky the man who was made drunk in Btrasbonr, placed in his wagon when l.c was i capable of aianagiog his horses, and dragged to death alonff the banks or the ISbeuandoab, might still have been with bis family. Had it not been for wl.i-ky. a nura* j l-er of our pet pie would cot have teen doiiied the opportunities of being educa? ted and well settled in the world, while the romselkr received the money of which ihev were deprived. ...

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