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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 April 1882

.1 hntanfcoab fytvnlb WOtHIHTOCK VA. il ?*?liu*sday April 5, 1883. ?roiriAiP county aitaies. bbbbMI tt tbe Poit Oftie, st Wi-o?itick, Va. as tscoml-clas. matter.] 0Lange of schedule on llarjer's Feriv aud Vail?*; biaiicb. takingoffset >ov.3U, IsM. EAST B017?D. So. fiC5 F.??. Mailand Ixjress ?it.l'.Sl a. m ?* 631 -A'.*/freight and Par.. "... . . XU.il a. M ?' i^U Through freiuLt * l'as*. ".*>.U8 P. u ^___ WK8T 11CVN1'. >o. t'.l? l'as?. Mail and iTqarsSS at.. .. 2.00 t. ji. " 6JS Through freight ? Pass. ".8.4a \. m ?," C*U Way freight ?lid l'sss. -.J.12 v. a. " 6oJ ArriT.s.t Washington, D. 0. ?t ?MO r. u. ?? *? " Baltimore, Mil. " 3 SO " " S1? ArriTCsai II arriaouburg " 3.56 " ?. Msuutoa " ?.UU " " 63S " Harri.ouburg ?' IXt i ' m " " Stavutou " U 10 " K. L. CAMPBELL, Ant. fc, MuHonk" Xotioe. Cassia Lotice, No. 142, Y. A. M. meets in Masonic Hull, Woodstock,, the last Mondai night of each month. Circuit Court it no* in a**aaioo. honor, Juil>*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 April 1882

fe#an?r mttz?bt. ???3^ tfouTitKRN Planier and Farmer the Oldest aod Ablest ' Agricultura Journal la the South,! Subscription. $2,00 a year, Richmond, Ta. lia excellent and iljflKiouraal, with our per <W?BWK&&W* or six months for iloTT"Evlry larmer shoild huveti DRAFT HORSES. Relative Merita of Pereberem. Cly?letuiale and Cnajliah Hornet? r.^ftfH?Unu the Chicft?ro Tribun tine Tribune, as the a< ged champion of the agri pi the great Northwest v gieasive ideas have eutabl developed under its tutel btnt? to its readers, in tl most valuable and timely tacts bearing upon the merits ot the different draft horses that are being the United States and Can Id order that the facts known to the peaple, tli might pursu*? the most [ course o? breeding, reprea ot the Tribune were insti procure of the well-known ? ing dealers in the New Y Chicago horse maikets imtt upon THE FOfeLOWlSG l'olNTl If they handled draft h any extent, what breeds tl died. Ot wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 April 1882

knaad??h iepli YOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1882. NO. 25. i? toaiuUBki *?bki.i ?i ?hENANOOAH HEBM.D PUBLISHING CU ?a . . ? : " ' ? IVbobtcrlptloit.UDe Dollar ?ud a-halfpeiyj M ?ayeble '? advance. AU communication? of private nature will be herged for M ? advertitlng. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at ?hortnotloeand in? moit reeaonabl r Professional (Jarda. ROBERT J. WALKER ATTORSEY-AT-l.AW, WooDSTOCK, VlHOINIA. QP*Office in Burner Building, o?. SP.~1yr. B. McINTCBFF, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STRASBURG, VlKfUSU. %y Prompt attention given to the collection of slainis in Shenandoah, W?mn and Frederick ^ountiee. May lWh "81,?Iy. A G. WYSKOUPT" ATTORNEY AT LAW, c? With Hon. H.C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA, Will practice in tbe court? of Shenandoah ?ud !d)ecent conntiee. XW Special attention given to tbe collection of .elm? and ell legal butines?entrusted to hi? care. Will ??is Ht. Jaceso!? on Friday ind H?tur day, before the ?nd Tueaday of each aonth. at Dr. L. H. Jordan'? Of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 April 1882

i? mniimi am11 it? SrlMNDCAH HEMLD PUBIISHIM, U WOUDSTOCK. V1BC1N1A. W<?1ii?>m??3. April 13 |RM lite M?ense Question Applications l< rbeenre t" m 11 liquor wire ni?dc to the oc ont3 court on laai Monday. These ?] plications wot earnestly opposed by Robt. Barloo, Ekji'. counsel for the piople opposed to granting license. After a very earnest discassii D, between Judge II. C. Allen sad sir? Barton, of the law governing the case, the Ci nil decided that, under the law, the county court WM com] eiled to grant license in all caers where the spplicants had com plied with ihe c< editions required bj law. We are not disposed to question the correctness of iho decision of the court. Be has examined the lav, listened lo ?rgnnttnta upon b il> sides of the qcslionand rendered bis d< eis? ior. It is ( ut duty to respect the bw so kr g ?s it la law. If the law requires ? c r.ritv cuut logran! license for the rttail of liquor?, we b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 April 1882

WOODWTOCK VA. Wednesday April 12, 18M3 ""own and county affairs. Entered at.the Pott Uftie, ?tWoodiaock, ta. a ?econd-clas? matter.] Change of schedule on Harper's Ferry and /alley Blanch, taking effect Ma>?.ia\ IBB!. EAST BOX'S P. So. 605 Pas?. Mailand Expr?s? at. .9.31 a. m " C31 Way freight and Pass. ". Uv.'l a. m " CS3 Through freist * Pass. ".8.18 p. M WEST lSUl'ND. No. 610 Pass. Vail aud Fipiaaa at.2.06 p. it. " 638 Through freight k Pas?. ".M 43 a. m. *," 640 Way freight and Pas?. '?.2. 2 r. at, " COS Arrives at Washington, D. C. at 2.40 p. u. ?? ?' ?? Baltimore, Md. " 3 M) " ?' 610 Arrive? at Uarrlsouburg "3.56 " " - >? Ktaunton '? S.uO >' " 638 " Harrisonburg " 12.i'5 ?? M '< ?? Stavntou " 310 " V. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. Mahonie Xotlee? Cassia Lotice, Xo. 142. F. A. M. wets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. B?TA-WOOD wanted at lins ?? ot: ce. The rain ol Monday was followed ly a cold night, and on Tuesday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 April 1882

?um an?> J|itt$i? sa?. s*^^ " SOUTHERN TLANIKR AND FaR? the Oldest and Ablest Agricul Journal Id the South,' Subscript $2,00 n venr, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent dopular Agriculturafaournal, with paper one year for $2,50, or six moi for $150. Every tnraUar > h mi 11 Im i???-?????----?-??--????-??-?-?--???-. ? ? . i II 1Kb-Priced Horse?. Oi'e of tlie most notable sales thorougbbied horses Iliai lins t been held in Maryland, or proba in any et! er state in the counl was that ol llie stallions, mares : colts, ot pure Perdieron stock, < posed of vesterdav at St. Marv the faun'of Mr. Wm. T. Walt lor account ol Messrs. W. T. \\ ters, Cv Co who were tlie import and breeders. 'St. Mary's is far from Govanstown, a little the east of the Yoik road, ? wliile comparatively a new plf is one lliat pi omises to become v handsome, and is already vi i v tractive. The conservators ; greenhouses were prominent i oi ot attraction to tlie visitors bel and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 April 1882

tomtoi \t FOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1882. NO. 20 tluna.ibijab ?trato, i? i? mu. ?rar ??111 r SHENANDOAH KERM.D PUBLISHIKt -' tar ?ulfcriptkn.OEe Dollar and a-halfpeiyj ea payable in advance. AH communications of private nature will be barged for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at short notice and me most reasonsbl r / 'refet?tonai (.ards. rlOBIBT .1. V. AIM!: i ATTOBKa.T-AT-I.AW, WtW 1 STOCK, Vtlii.tNlA. tydiT.cc in Bum? Building. - lyr. J i:. McrHTX'RFF, ATTOUSEY AT L AW. STP. ASM TO, \ :i (.?MA. ?sTTti: it attention eiven to the collection of riain s in slunandcah, Wairen ami Frederick May 18th 'Sl.-Iy. ('.. WYXKOUr. A T T 0 II NE V AT LA W, c? With Hon. H.C. ALLEN. ?WOODSTOCK VA Will practice in the court* of Shenaudoah and dlsceut counties. Vf Special attention given to the collection of aims and all legal business entrusted to his care. Sara Mt. Iscaaoa on Friday jnd Satttr : re the -ml Tuesday of each jiontb, at Dr. L, H. .Ionian'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 April 1882

f^nanboab fjtral-?. ta ?uatLiaaar w'aaaXl ?** ?HEHANOOAM HER-UO -?UBLISHINQ CO WOODSTOCK. VIRO?NIA. Wtdnt-eriaj April 1? 1WS Tuis Mahoeiles ?re disposed to re? feree all rules. Heretofore the I.egii 1 ature was accustomed to instruct the Senators, upon various questioos, new tbe little boss Senator undertakes not only to instruct the Legislature but even to control that hotly. Had Senator Johnston left hia seat iu the TJ. S. Senste, for the purpose of med? dling with the Legislature of Vir? ginia, what a howl would have gone up from the whole Re adjuster parly ! But Senator Johnston and eveiy other senator heretofore elected by the State of Virginia, have refrained from all medliog with the Legislature. This impudent, undignified work was left for tue little boss, who cracked bis whip over the shoulders of his followers in vain. His pet scheme has been defeated and tbe patrotic masses of Virginia rejoice in their e?cape from the trap of the political trickster. The defeat of the inf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 April 1882

f^tnanboal)! ?jfral?) \V001>*-rrOOK VA. W?eta?J Mlin April 10, ISH2 OWN AND COUNTY AFFALES. tnterc? at ?be lut (rie, ut \Y. adstock, Va. a sscond-clas? matter.] I" ' Change of sebednie on Harper's Feiry sud Taiir) Siaaea, taking effect Not.20, ISBl. ! asi BOVXD. Ho. I'M rats. \Tail ?>;il l x|irest> ut.. .S?.31 A. M ? rai V:i\ f.u-luiilia-s. ??. l'i.Ji a. xi H Itmii?l, in it It ill?*?. ?'.S.lit) p. ai ^^ WEST BOVXD, ?to. MO Pata. Mai) and Fxpissa al.IM r.i ? 63? Thrown Ireig) t & ?*S8?. ?'.S 43 a. m. :?* MS Way freight aad l'an. ?? .. . .-.?. 3?. at ? COS Arrives?t WafMagton, D. C. at 2.4'? p. at. 1 al'.'in. ir. Bid. " 3 "0 ?' 610 Arrivesst llarris?i;burg " 3.58 " ? ?? ?tan a ton " i.ot " ? i HarrlaoBbntf " 11J*S " . Bcraatoa '? I 10 " i:. L. t AMi-r-ELi., Agt a* ' ' ? i ? .? ? m i.? Mason If Xotioo, Cassia Lndse, No. 1-12. F. A. If. Aeets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday nigh, of each moalb. s?? WOOD * allied ?it Oils Office at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 April 1882

arm anb ?iresibt. SOUTHERN FLAKIER AND FARMER the Oldest sod Ablest Agricultura Journal Id the South,! Subscription, $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent am1 dopular Agricultural*Journal, with our paper odc year for $2,50, or six months for $150. Every farmer should have it. The Fftrmt-rtfaiid tlte Kail roads. The following sensible remarks are from an add:ess by Hon. R. G Ingersoll before' an agriculture gathering : Another idea entertained by most farmers is that they are in some mysterious way oppressed by every other kind of busines; that dict? ate devoured by monopolies, espe? cially by railroids. Of course the railroads are in? debted to the farmers for their prosperity, and the farmers are in? debted to the railroads. The rail? roads ate your friends. They are yont partners. They can prosper enly where ihe country throuj-li which t i i e v :un prospers. All in? telligent railroad men know this. They know that ?nc?cnt robbery is future bankraptey. They kn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 April 1882

VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1882? NO. 27. i? rui.Mii wxaati >> SHENANDOAH MESM.0 PUBLISHING CO Vtr ?-til n vi] t i? i,Lue Dollar ?nil a-balipe'va cu payable Id advance. AU comojuutoatiom of private nature will be barged for a? a advertleiiis. Job Printing. All ktnda nf Job Work done at ?laortnotlceaud in? most rettorntlsi t etvfessi?tnai (Jardo. E OBERT J. VATKTB atti i:m:y-at- ? AW V.". . : suck, Viut-iM \. B^JfrOfllcc In Bonier Building. ; B. v.iNTnur, J* ATTORNEY AT LAW, STL A.-. I ) i . Ml HM.\. trrro;. ? t attentif gire? lo Iba rollet tion i.f ?l?in ? ii? bbtnaniVab, v.?.i?i!: t;>.:ii 1redet ici ;ovn.tir?. la?iy. A Q'v" A T T 0 U ?V K Y IT LA W, c? WilK Hon. H.C. ALUN. WOODSTOCK va will practico ?i. Ibaeonrt? o! niwtai.il ti|tct-nt coi'iitie?. ttr Special attention Riven to the en!': ainis and all U?,?tl bi Wiu ra it St. J tfav, before tbe ?nd I nth. : : Dr. L. H. Jordan'? I I Npt :th-tf. moskb waltok. Walton WALTON #; WAL?f.S....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 April 1882

?bmanboab ftmilb. IIIIIUIID) ??III! P> SHINANOOAH HEBILO PUBLISHING CO y VS. ? -^ WOUIXSTOCK. VIRGINIA. s? t4lu('*?Tai. April 2? 1^83 The "oik is dore. The Stale capi* ? ol is cloned. The members of the L-fgialetnre, with their few dollars of tzlra ?uileagr, hav<-/it*lurucd to their hottes, lut the mik they have done well' live altir ll-oni. They have deceived ihe peo-j le. TV" have pass ed il tir resdjeetment hill ,but they know that they havw not settled the 'lebt question. They know that debt tin? ugh their it rtttmicntality has been pieced beyond the leacb ^of future legislation. It is ?bApiigt-r a light ball to be i' uyfollyfi ajftiled by politi? cal ???i.bt-ot-baud performer?. It is ?now in the hands ot the courts aud Aril] cos c back a terrible weight, des? un? d to oppress the people of Virginia for vears. The debt must b<* paid. It could imvi* been settled at thiity two m . i n* al S per oent. It will now be settled St thirty-two millions, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 April 1882

'ijtnanii?alj ?*ralt> WOODHTOCK V?*.. Wednctsdav April tu, IS81 OWS AND COUNTY AIT AIES. fcUere? at the Poet Otile, at W.oUkL tk, V?. a ?ecuud-clat? luatter.] C'bauge of schedule ou llariei's Ferry ?ud ?/alley ?iauch, Ukiugeffect Nov.'?O, 1881. EAST BOUND. So. tM las?. M?ilaud I xi re?? at.9.31 a. &i ? 631 V a} freight ?Ld t?<-?. ". . 10.^1 a. M ? i33 IhrtutL f/tajdat (Slats. ".9x8 v. m WEST 13UIND. ?to. 610 P???. Mall and Eipre?? ?t.2.06 p. te. ' 638 '1 brough freight k Pas?. ".?43 a. m. \" 64u Way freight aud Pas?. ".1 2 p. *. ? 605 Arrive? ?t Wttulngtoi), D.C.at 2.40 p. m. ?' ?? baltiiuwe. Md. " 3 Ml " (10 Arrive? at llarriaoiibuig "3.5? " ? ?? " stauiitou " 6.00 " ?? 638 " H?rri?ouburg " 12.1? " M ?. ?? Stuoutou " '2 10 " K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. Mafeouic .Notice. Cassia Lotice, No. 142. P. A. II, ssfet? iu Masook Hull, Woottaock, the last ?Monda.) ni^ht ol each month. JOB MOHK. Job Work of all kind?. Posters, Circular-, Dodgers, GutterSnipes, Bill ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 April 1882

farm stub Qixts?bt. SOUTIIERN 1'l.AMKK AM) F .?.KM KB the Oldost utiil Ablest A#i ?cultura Journal in the South, Subscription, 12.00B year, llivhmon.1, V.i. We will fuinish tins c\ cell cut an 1 dopular AgriculturaHlournul, vfill?. our paper one j esr for 12,50, or sis months | for 8150. EYery farmer should have it. BiURKCHltoiiH Tor tin- ?-c-imih. A 'M'lAl.NOSlS*' OF Till' t'lUlS The first thing a physician doea when called to ??ce a patient, is to make ? careful -'diagnosis,' of the j cas*?, that is. to examine all sources sod canses el tin-ailment its mau?-| testations. etc- und then decide j what is tobe done Every one' having a tield of wheat, rye, erasa o / ? ** ? of any crop in the ground over winter?should now make a diag* ?osis of the condition ot every part ol each tield. it I lie growing crop ol grain or giass it good in evciy part, that will be a satisfaction. It ; ny Held?, or pints ot fields, make a sickly or stuuttd show. tlie trouble most likely conns Torn ot, two ca...

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

VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1882. NO. 28. ihnanbo?il) ?.erato? l* rrsLiiBa.; ???ilv ?> SHENANDOAH HESM.D PUBLISHING CO IW sul?criytlon.OneDollar and t haifpeiyj ea ?attablela advauca. All communication? of private nature ?ill be barged for aa a advertUing. Job l'rin'? fig. All kind? of Job Work done at ahortnoticeand | in?, most rcaaonkbl r Professional Cards. ROBERT J. WALKER ATTOR1SEY-AT-I.AW, WoorBTOCK, YlIIGIMA. ?^?"Office in Burner Building. r a. siaNTritrr, ATTORNEY AT LAW, str ?sexto, viroiMA. VO~ Prompt ?Mention given to tbe collection of ! :lauv? iu bbfanaudoab, Warren and Ficderick ??oni?tie?. M?y 18th *81,?ly. *1T"g. wyskoop. at t o r n e y at la w, ?a With Hon. H. C ALLEN. W0Ol>STOCK VA, Will practice in tbe court? of meaaaSaaa and durent countii?. XT Sped?! ?ttention given to tbe collection of aim? and all legal butine?? eUrimted to bin care. V.1LI.EK m Mt. Jacksos on Friday tnd Ratur flav, before tbe 2nd Tuesday ei . ach -jiouth, at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 May 1882

,. UUtfUI ???1111 ? *? S--tN?.Nl>OAH HIBM.D PUBLI8HIN0 CO * ?"' 'i?. ? ? ? >TV "*? - ? ' ma ?f } ' ?? $?. *??ea-^-. l ; ' woddstuck. vnmrsia. Wednes-tlar. May 3rd 1SS2 The Court of Appeals of Virginia on Thursday last refused to award the writ ot n-nid.nits asked for by Anlonl to Compel Gittiibow il'.c ireasuter of liich mond city, to receive coupons in pay? ment of bli taxes. One of the judges of the cour:, Judge Monture, did rot sil in tl.o case. The other four were squally divided. Judges Saples and Brook* were opposed to awarding the wtit, Judges Christisn aud Anderson iu favor of it. Judge Brurks express ed grave doubts about the couilitu tiouslity of the law "coupon killer No. 1," bul so.ved his doubts in favor of its constitutionality stating atibe con? clusion of his opinion as follows : '"1 bate less hesitation in yielding to this ' I becsuae the decision of the court in my opinion, furnishes the litigants ?.u opportunity to speedily test the cor : cs*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 May 1882

WOODSTOCK VA. Wcdnesda-, May 3d, 1882 ovy AMD"oomrri attaibs. Entered at the Post Offie, it Woodstock, Va. ? seeonU-clag? matter.] Change of schedule on Harper'? Ferry am Valley Bianch. taking effect Nov.20,1881. EA8T BOUND. *?o. 605 Tat ?. Mail and Fxjree? at.9.81 A. M " 681 Way freight ?nd I????. ?'. 1U.?I a. a ?'A 683 Through freight fclas?. ".8.08 P.* WEST 110VND. ?to. 610 Pae?. Mail and Express at.2.06 p. m ? 1138 Through freight k Pass. ?'.8.43 a. u. ," 640 Way trtight and Pas?. ".2.12 P. at. ' t*? Arrive??! Washington, D. C. at 2.40 p. m. " - Baltimore.Md. " 360 " 010 Arrive? at llarriBonbnrg "3.6? ? ? " " Staunton " 8.00 ?' " f.l>8 " Harri?oiibarg " 12.06 " " " " btaunton " 210 " K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. .Ilasoiiii* Xoticei Cassia Lodge, Mo. 142, F. A. M. mets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. JOB WORK. Job Work of all kinds. Poster?, Circulars Dodders, Gutter Snipes, Bill Heads, Cards Tags. &c. are printed at the HERALD Offi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 May 1882

futra mt mxtz'ibt. Southern Planier and Farmer the Oldest ai.il Abirat A?riicultura Jourual in the South, Subscription, $2,00 a year. It ich mon il, Vu. We will 'urnii-h this excellent an.1 dopnlar Agrico'tararSoaroal, with our paper one year for $2,50, or six months tor if 150. Kvery tanner should bave it. Fi*-.!i for the Furnier--* We cannot conceivewl y it is that with the ?mmenM influx of foreign immigration into thia country, our native loin (armera are so slow to leani the value of fish culture as an item in rural economy. Tiavel where you Will on the Continent ot Europe you will scarcely tind an estate ot even modern extent with? out a iish pond, it the .surroundings ate at all lavoiable to iia conrtruc tiense In Mine parta cf tl.e Continent, notable in the Province ot Sologne, in France ai d in Piedmont, in Ita ly, 6ah culture is excluded in the tegular rotation, much of the ?arm land being alternately under water ai d under the p'ow. In Fiance, ' ieim ny aud Italy it ia l e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 May 1882

VOL. 62. ?tala WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY ?0, 1882. NO. 29. ^tnanboab ferait*, i? POBiuisi.? ; ??kali pi ShENANDOAH HEKM.0 PUBLISHING CO (W Subscription ,One Dollar and a-h?!fpeiyj ea | payable In advance. All communication? of private nature will be] barged for a? ?advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done at ?hortnoticeand ? en. mo?t reaaoi>?l>! r Professional (Jarrts. ?t KMEEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY \T LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office with W. W. I.ogan ain? J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. In? . 'lims tor collection, left with either ol ? men, or any matter of blinde?? communicated to them, will receiv? my prompt etteatton, during?11 butin?es hour?. May3-Iy. ROBERT J. WA1 KEB ATTORNEY-AT-I AW, Wo> 1 - NIA. lyOffice in Burner Building. iv. li'.?lyr. Ta B. McINTCRlT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STI. AFlll'IO,- Ml (-IMA. W Prompt attention given loti Main.? iu shcnamloah. Warren ai Jountice. May 1Mb - "? G. AVY-NKOOl'. AT T O It N E Y AT LA W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 May 1882

i^inan?ioal! Carato. ia roa?.????!1 waaan a? BMFNAMC-OAH HESM-D PUBLISHING CO r-J? WOODSTOCK. VIBWKI^ i m i Wednesday/. May 10 1S82 Whbs Mahone voted with the Ro - publicans he did what was ?generally expected. He received the patronage of the administration in consideration of a servilo support. He was expected to support their party measures. But when a bill was before the Senate to repeal that obnoxious law which pro? hibits all persons who were in ihe Confederate service from holding of 6ce in the army and navy of the United States, even tie bitterest enemies of Mahone could uot have supposed that be would so degrade himself as to vote w ilh the enemies of this bill. He did it. He, cijoyiug the relief from disabilities SO as to enable him to hold cue of the most lucrative po? sitions under the government, voted to kill a bill, which won'd afford re lief to his comrades. This acknowledged leader of the Liberal party voting to sustain the ex? treme radicals in their relentless per...

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