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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 May 1882

lljenanboab ?)cral?) WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday May 10, 1888' "?wir .oriTo?TjrKTY affairs. Ilutare?! at the Port Offie, ?tWoodttock, Va. a ?econd-cl??? matter.] Chang? of schedule on Ilarper'B Ferry and fallt? .?rauch, taking effect Nov.20,1?-31. EAST BOVND. ?to. 60S I'm?. Hail and Expr?s? at.9.31 a. M ?< ?31 Way freight and Pa??. ". tU.il a. m .? 633 Through freight A *???. ".8.08 vu 1WE8T BOUM?. ?to. f 10 Pa?*. Mail and Expr?s? ?t.3.06 p. at, ' 638 Through freight A Pat?. ".8,43 a.m. J" 640 Way freight and Paaa. '?.?.i?p.m. "p~606 Arrive? at Washington, D. C. at 2.40 p. at. ?? " Baltimore.Md. " 360 " ?10 Arrive? at Harri?onburg "3.66 " ? ?? ?? SUuutou " 8.00 " " 638 " Harriaonbarg " 13.06 ? ?' " " Staunton " 310 " |R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. -If. _ . . - -! CKCTT3RCH I>irtECTO-R."5r. LCTHtRAN. f R?v. A. A. J. Bushong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, ?t Woodatock on the morniDg? of the l?t and 2d Sabbathe and at night ou the 4tt Sabbath of each month. METHODIST. Rev. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 May 1882

Jtarm anb |fir?e?ib ?Southern Planter and Farm the OldeBt and All? >1 ' A<,iiculti Journal in ll.e Sout!\ Subscript ?2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent a Popular Agriculturaf?fournal, with o paper one year for $2,50, or six mont for $150. Every (armer should btave ??^??????l??????. ? ? ? ?Implo R c medic?: for Tme Reticles?, Very few young mot. ers aie ah to control their neives so complet ly as to keep (Vom being startle when conlronteel with a cut hng< with dripping blooel and the loti cries which announce a catastroph Sometimes she cannot collect he thoughts sufti: iently to recall an good ren edie- with which she i acquainted. On way to avoid thi is to write out a list of help i trouble aud tac!: it upon the doo ofyour room, after the mannet c hotel legulations. Ther is notl.inj beiter tor a cut than powderedrosii Get a few cents' worth of rosin pound it until it is ti.,e,and put it ii to an empty; clean pepper or spin box ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 May 1882

VOL.62. hcmmdoaf. lepl? WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1882. NO. 30? IB eCBU?Etl WKtXLl Bt S-.?NAN?OAH HE?.M.D PUBLISHING CO ???"Pulscrlptitn.?ne IXIlar and a-halfpeiyj ea payable <n advance. AD communication? of pri\ate nature trill be barged for ?c a advert ??slug. Job Printing. All klndt of Job Work done at ?bort notice and tne m?gt reasonsW r Professional Cards. LEMTJVL EOKDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office with W. AV. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. Any claim? for collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or any matter of business) communicate 1 to thvm. will receive my prompt atteution. Office "open during all buslneaa hour?. May 3 -ly. ROBERT J. WALKER ATTOBNBT-AT-LAW, WoOI'STotK, Vn'.lUMA. UTOffico in Humer Building. it. . i .?]\r. T M. McINTCRFF, ATTORNEY A T L A W , STRAS-inTG,' VlleilM \. tor prompt attention giren to the collection of ilaini? in Munaudcah, Warren and Frederick bounties. May 18th 'S'.-?y. A G* WYNKU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 May 1882

Imtanb?o?b ?j-emlb. ti rsBLiasari wittn a? SHENANOOAH HERM-D PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. U'eduoDdar. !I?Iay 17 ??????,. We publish in this issue, comments of a number of papers on the vole of Mahone, in reference to the removal of the disabilities of ex-Confederates It is really amusing to see the silly de? fence made by his own paper and some of the Mahoneite journals of the State. The COllei of the boss is riveited so tight tiiat they daro uot express any feeling of eli?sa.isfaction. even with the most infamous coueluct of Mahoue.? The most afject slaves could not render a more servile obedience to the orders of their master. But this is liberalism. Jk a bill should be introduced iulo the Uniied States Seuate, by some stalwart radical, requiring the destruc? tion of all monuuHUls designed to per petnate the memory of ihe gallatu sohlie-rs of the Confederacy, does any one doubt how Hilly Mahone would vote? list. t-TiriiKNS Ae.Ai.w? The At? lanta Constitution announces with p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 May 1882

*> knanboalj ft WOODSTOCK VA. Wedueu-tliu Muy 17, 188?' OWN AMD C0UT?TY APT AIRS. i iftie, st WootUtock, Va., a aaoond-claaa matter.] Change of ?ebednle on Harper's Ferry aud /alley ttiauch, tul.iug.lUvt K?T.an\ ISS1. t BOUND. I I'nsg. Mail and ! (pr?ta ut.1'.31 a. m ? en va. .- . . >.t ?.lau*. ".S.SS r. m . Ml. ?to. <UC T???. Mail m . ...8.48 a. m. ?ndFaaa. ".-2.2 t.m. 11, T>. 0. at 3.40 p. m. Baltimore. Mit, " 8 M " 1110 Arrives at !Uerri*.'ul>urg "'?.56 " . Mi.'ll.MU ? " t.tltj " '? ' a " Hai " btalWtOn " - ?0 " 11. L. CA70BKLL, At. CHURCH DIRECTO-RY. umnaum. . A. A. i. r.ii-hone, pre-edits iu the Lutheran Church, at \\ i-t au.l 3d - i ni ?'.igi'.t ou tli- ath S-ibuath of i?eh m : Ilev. J. B. Vanhorn, pre:. . -d aud -ltla ,-uiiiiay.-. morning ai.il evening aud at 1 diubnig oalst ami i 3d bULUajs u each month, morning and i.i icia.vN. 1.6V. B. II. Fleming, ) reaches h t.ri&u Church, at Woodltoe-k. ?very tSuuiiiy , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 May 1882

arm anb H?res?b^ gy? riAVlEB ANDFakUEB me Oldest and Ablest. Agiitultura Journal in the Sooth, Subscription, $2.00 a Tear, Richmond, Va. We will furnish line excellent and dopular AgriculturafBeurnal, with our paper one year for $2,50, oraix mouths or $150. Every farmer should have it. Vario?? Blata The work of the season ia now fairly on the farmer, and it is im? portant that every hour of the farm laborers le economically filled. The heavy and regular work will of course le well attended to, but there are many minor items liable to be overlooked. The farmer should go over every? thing on the farm?in-doors and out?regularly, at least once a a week, to see what is out of order, what needs attention and make miuutes of everything on the spot tor his memorandum book. A card in his vest pocket, where it could be quickly reached, will prevent any item from being forgotten till be can transfer it to bia more per? manent book? Among the smaller itema, im? portant to be attended to, will p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 May 1882

VOL.62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1882? NO. 31 ?s rrlvisRBD ?<Ktt t"v SHENaNDOAM MEBM.0 PUBL18HING CO la'a'-sur.avcrirtion.oue i>?>ii?r *ni e-i-?|?,pe,VJ ** payable I? advance. AD communication? of private nature will be barged for a? a advertising. Job PrintiuK? All kind? of Job Work done at ehort notice and T ?,?. most res?on?bl t Professional Cards. LEMI.?L BORDES. ?_ **U "ATTORNEY AT LVW, WOODSTOfK, VIRGINIA. Office with TV. W. Lorjan anr? J. Monroe Hottel, In the Burner Building. Any claim? ror oollectton. left with either of thc.e gentlemen, or any matter of busines? communicated to them, will receive mv prompt attention, ?Office open during all butines? hour?. M?y I -ly._ ROBERT J. WALKET. ATTORNKY-AT-l.AW. WOOPSTOCK, VlKGINI. jyOffice in Burner BafldsBg. ?v. .??".?lyr. ? B. McINTCRFF. ATTORNEY A T I? A If , STTl?SSn.O.'VIRGINIA, ?rpronn't attention given to the coll. I -lalni? in tibenandoab. Warren and I: :oun,i<*- M.yl-t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 May 1882

f;benanbo.tI) licralb. ta rciuiiitr wksbli ?v 0HENAN0OAH HEOM.D PUBL18HINQ CO *H ???? WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. We?lne?ilay. May 34 1SS2 We publish in this issue Mr. lia houe'e attempted defense A his conduct in voting against his old comrades in arms. His defense is weak aud puerile. Were bis statements, as to his own actions, all true, it would be a defense which any man might well place before the public with a great degree of anxiety. He says: T ?es not iu the Senate at any time during the proceedings of the so called Tebbs case uuiil the morning when the resolution proposing to refer the bill and all the amendments which hid been offered to the Judiciary com? mittee was called iu regular order.' Mahoue's letter is da led on the 10th ol May and the Congressional Record ot the28th ot April shows that on Mr. Garland's motion to consider the Tebb'a bill there were 28 yeooaod 22 nays, and that Mahone voted nay. l?v i! e old of Senator ?Mahone's vote, the bill could hay., been passed but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 May 1882

^enanb-oal} fnxa?b s WOODSTOCK VA. WertneHdav May -il, l8S*i? "OWN A!1T) OOMTY ATTa?RS^ red at the Tost Oftie, at Woodstock, V?. a | secoud-clasg matter.] On aud after May 21st, .1B82, trains will lt-ave V." .-1 ek as follows : EAST BOIND. Bo, COS Mail Impress aiid 1'ass. at.4.06 p. it. ?? 631 WaTfr*lg?.t "... . 10.30 a. si " 633 Through freight, ".7.51 r. M. WIR BOl'M'. No. riO Mail rxpreis aud Pass, at-2.06 p.m.] ? 640 Wave freight, ?'.2.12p.m. " M 'lhnmghl'reight. ".MO a.m. " f.05 Leaves Stauut m it .1.40 p. m. " " ?? BajnteenbDrg".'.'.sa ?' " Arrives Wash. ".8.*?4 ?? '? ?' Baltimore '?. .10.10 " 61 u Leaves Baltimore ".7.80a.m.| . Wii-U's^t ?i ".8.40 ?' " Arrive?. Uarrisouburg ".Mir. M, '? ?? '? eta?uton ".b.i'i " No. CM and G33 daily, all other traius daly ea> ~.;uUay. B. L. C'AMrEELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTOR'Y. t.i'Tiur. w. f i:pv. A. A. ?. Bushoug. preachesiu the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the moruiug? of the 1-: im -M Sabbaths aud at night on the 4th | I ?t? of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 May 1882

ixtm anb S?res?b*? .?^ b'OinilEKN Plaistek ABDPaBMKB tbe Oldest, ard Ablest \ Apicultura Journal In tbe South, BobOCnpUoB, $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va, We will furni-di Uns excellent and dopular Afjknlturar 11 ourtaal, witb our paper one year for 12,50, <?: six months or $150. Eveil (armer ?boni?] have it. Brief. Fnriu ?Vote*?. TO BAVE FIXE RADISBEa. Farmers' Advance: It you want to have delicious radianes, don't pile on a lot of coarse stable ma nure, bat go to ycur old chip pile ?clear oft' the unrotted chips on top, and then put a wagon load or more of the soft rich soil mad?) by the well rotted chips, on your radish bed. A very little sprinkle of ashes may help if. Plant the radish seed in this, prossing the soil firmly around if, and when the radishes begin to grow, keep the soil well stirred and ill weeds killed. If the weather gets very dry, water once lavishly. Renum? ber, you must apply wat ,r in verv large quantify or you lud h. tic not put on any at all, THE BQU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 31 May 1882

teiiiiwi VOL. 62, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1882. NO. 32. I^tnanboalj Strato. ia roBLiaami. ?xiili ht 8HEN4N00AH HEBM.0 PUBLISHING CO (STSubacrlptlon.Una Dollar and a-halfperyj ea | payable In advance. AU communication* of private nature will be | barged for aa a advertising. Job Printing. All klnda of Job Work done at ?hortnotlceand | me? moat reasonahl r Professional Cards. LEMUFL BORDEN, ! ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office with W. W. Logan an?? J. Monroe I Eottel, in the Burner Building. Any claim* for collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or [ any matter of bnatneas communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office open j during all buainew hojrs. May S -ly. ROBERT J. WALKER ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, Woodstock, Yirc.ima. ?fOflice in Burner Building. C.V. SO.?Ijt. T B. McINT?RFF. ATTOUSEY AT LAW, BTnASEVKCVU'OINlA* tWProapt attention given to the collection ofl rlatros In Sbenandoah, Warren and Frederl.k [ .ountiea. :May lf-th'81,?ly. A G. WYNK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 31 May 1882

?l???nani?ouIj Strato? ia roauaa-ar? waaaLt sv B-4EN4NDOAH HEHM.0 PU3LISHINQ CU #'c5r^' WOODSTOCK. Vll WednendaT. May 31 l?S8 Mahone's defence of bifl action, in votinc; to refer the bill relieving the disabilities o? Dr. Tebbo, reqnirei al most as much dalending ae his \ ? We puplished his defence in foil, 1 ist week, and the peop'e aiv prepared to judge- _ The independ? nt movement in Pennsylvania it> giving, the stalwart republicans considerable trouble. The people of the Keystone State are kick? ing against "bcoainn." Virginia lias begun to feel the effects of ibis same spirit, although lier anbjugation to "boBsism" has been so recent. Its fruits will be rapidly developed, anil 60on we will witness a revolution against the little "bota" who has as? sumed to himself the government of the legislation ami pol?tica of the Old Domiuion. One of the rumora among Pennsyl vania politicians istbat Gen. H il to be the democratic candidate for the governorship of Pennsylv nia It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 31 May 1882

I ?lj?en?nbaalj mvn?b WOOMTOOX VA. Wetlncsrtav May ill, IMS' OWN AND^OOUTvTY^f?lis. [filtered ?t the Post Ortie, ?t Woodstock, Va. a aecond-clat,? matter.] ou auil after May 2Ut, .18$-, train? will leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUND. Txpreus and Tass. at..4.0?. p. it. ?? m Way freight ?'.... 111.31) a. M " M Through freight, ".7.51P.M. win l'.oiM?. No. 610 Mail Expr?s? and Tasa, at.2.0? P.M. " MO Way freight, ??.2.12 P.M. " C3S Through ?eight. ".8.40 A. M. " G06 Leaves Stauntou at.1.10 p. M. " " ?' UarrUout'irg'?.2.8,1 " " " Arrives ?Vash. ".8.."?4 * '? " " Il?lt:more ".10.10 " " C10 Leaves Baltimore ".7.3i).?..ai. " ?? " Waah'att?in ".n.4u ?? ?' " Arriv??sMarrisjuburg ".4.02 r.M. " " " Stauuton ".J.oi " No. IM an?l 03J daily, all other trains daily ex 9 ?iiduy. K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ?t KCXJ?IC? DIRECTOKY. UTUU'.W. Lev. A. A. r. 1',u?.1h us. ? r?.'.eheMu th?-. Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the l?t ami 2d Subbatb? aud at night ou the 4th Sabbath of each month. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 31 May 1882

farm itnb 3F?r?cs?bje ^ ?iCIJTHERN Tl-AN'llH ANDl'-VlMi R ilie Oldest, aod Ablest Agiteultora Journal in the South, Sub-'enp'.ii-n. 42.00 a year, I?ichmou'l. V?\. We will furnish llr.s exoelleot tad dopular Agliculturaftoiirnal, with our paper one year ?to?&50, or aix moDtbe or i 150. Every humer should have It. Mule-hint; ami II?* Rc:u?fits. Having used the term roukh tor these many years? we were desirous ot learning its origin, and after much March through cyclopaedias and dictionaries, Hnd it is derive', the Hebrew word lor partly r tten straw. Loudon savs : 'Mulching consists in laying a circle of litter around newly planted treea to retain the natural humidity oi the soil. " Really, mulching is whatever will prevent evaporation ii\ in thi and in American pra tice is even extended to mellow earth, keeping the suitace of the soil light by con? stant stirring so that it will poor conductor ot beat. Still by mulching, is generally und : the placing ot s nie material up...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 June 1882

VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1882. NO. 33. |>lmwnbmu? %ral?>e ta runi.ifuk.1 \<e.mt r.v 8HENAN00AH HERM.D PUBLISHINC Cl' *3S*?*'u> m riptie Ti.in.e i/tellar and a-hai?? payable lu advance. AU ootura'-.nK-atiou6 0i privais nature will be barged for aa a advcrtieing. Job PrisiiliiR. Ill kind? of Job Work done at ahortnotlceand toe most reason?-!'' T Professional Cards. LKMl'l'L BORDEN, "KM:Y \T L?W, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office with v. W. Losan and i. Monroe Hottel. iu tli- :u? lor collection. U-ft with either of thee? gentlemen, or any matter .! ' will r.'.-eive m ill bnilaea? b ? May 3 -ly. R IT J. WA1 KKR V.' - K, VlBOISIA. * " T Y: ilcISl I ATTORNEY AT LAW. * : ,-:>-. A ; A T T 0 R N E Y AT L A W, ti. '.'.. V A, . - dtacei VT Special ., . Will !.11*; M - ITfJALI S i .are. '? htm Tonn? (7 Alt-K-l. Ill: AV. I LAW, VA. IV ?I.I.1A.'.! X- . vw V A. tarn. ! - p E. A T 7 <> R N /-' ? V .'??. Sav 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 June 1882

?btnanfcoab ?ttato. ta PCBLiiaar. wh??lt h? ? HtMANOOA? | HERM.0 PUBLISHING CO zzusm ?WOODSTOCK. VIROINJA. Weduet*?lav ' June 7 I*????? The Kepublicans sec that they can? not carry ihe Xortb ?u the next elec? tion ajsd tbcy arc now makms an effort 10 secure au increased number o! representatives tfrom the South. The trade for Virginia did uot turn oat so well. Arthur gave Mabcme the pa trongr, but the infamous bill intended lo make eight republican districts In Virginia failed to pas?. Their hopes are jet baaed oa the negro vole. The whites are tc be deceived by the cry of readjustment, but the aesroea are to vote for their itnci'-s. The time will soeu le lure, ?hen they will throw oil the democratic ? a?k and you u ill hear big aDd little politicians declaring that there is no de mot ralic party In Vir giuia. Tin: Radicals are trying to secure a larger majority in the House of Re? presentative s < y seating Republican?, ?LowcxeDot elected, il place of Demo? crats, wl o a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 June 1882

1 Imtanboalj Itralb \V OO DWTOCK VA. UedneM?av June 7, I8S3* "OWN AND 00?T.TY ATFAIES. ?.fcnteredat the I'o?t Offie, at Wooditock, V?. ? aecuud-cUaa matter.] on and after May 21st, ^UstJ'l, traiu? will leave, Wi-ciUlock a? follow? : EAST BOUND. Haj.SH .VTaiir*pre??and Fa??, at.iMr.it. ? r-tl M av freiuht "... . 10.30 ?v. M. ?? 683 Through fretisht, ".7.51 T. ?t. | WKST BOrSD. No. M M?ilExpre?a and l"?a?. ?t.3.06 r. m. " CVIU Wav freight, ".?.1?P. M. I " as 1 hr?.ugh Freight. ".8.?W a. at. " t'.iiS Leaves Stauutou at.1.40 r. M. [ " " '? H?rrl?t?uburg".?.S? " " " Arrives W??h. ".8.M - " " " Baltimore ".10.10 " " eiO Leave?Baltimore ".7.30 a.m. " ? " Wa?hiugton ".8.4U ?' ?' " Arrive? Harri?juburR ".4.03 p. m. ?' " ?? ?tanutoD ".6.0S " No. Cits and 833 daily, all other train* dally ex? cept Sunday. K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHUBCH DIRECTOBY. UTUERAN. l>v. A. A. J. Busbong, preacheain the Lutheran t'huiib, at Woodatock on the morninga of the 1*1 and ?? Sabbaths and at night ou the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 June 1882

tixxm stiib ^?m?bce ?****- ? . ?Mb .?..,?* - ?*i urnEKN 1 LAM?n am-Faumkb the ?ldcsi aid' Ablral ' AgilcoHura Journal ?d ti.o South, Subs-i $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furni*b this excellent am. dopular AgiU-u'lural Journal, with our paper ooo year for (2,60, ?r lix months or $150. Every lamer ?! < old have it. Food the i alvos Well. Good feeding ?a always profitable and never more profit able (lian when bestowed upon young animals. The younger the animal the lesa ?a the cost per pound lor the increase of flesh obtained. A given amount of food will produce mere pound-? of flesh when led to a calf three weeks old than to one three months old. In an experiment in feeding several calves i? was krand tliat during the fir*?i werk if feeding ele vin pounds of milk were requir? ed to produce one pound o? increase; the second week, twelve pounds; the third week, .ii:ii . the six:h the ninth week, seventeen pounds, or a tir.;.: first we k. The wise lamer will readily bu th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 June 1882

Illlllill : VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1882. NO. 34. i? ruiLi nit ? .. ktf ?* ?i-ttNA* >.IA'? Hk'HM.0 PUBLISHING CD HT cut Kcrlpti. ???,?', t 1 "liar ?nd a-fcalfpwyj ea private nature ?ill be liarle4 f^r as ? advertising. Job PrUrtlag? \U ti<uK of Jol> tTorfcdoM at abort uotlceaud I Profe M to: m I (Jardt. LEU! ; : ?v::y \t i.yw, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA.. Oftt~s with W. \V. L"gan ani* J. Monroe Hotte!, In the Borner Building. Any claim? lor the?? gantleaaen, or j any in it' noleated t'theni. . prompt r :? Office op? u B -ly. T J. WALKER A ATTURKKY. AT-! AW, YlHOKlA. ESTOiV II ling. 1 i *' ATTOUXE\ AT LAW. H1HIA. t3F~ 1 li. VA % A T T 0 R NE Y iT L A W, c? W.th Ho?. H.C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA, ?nandoaa and i durent counties. I f3T -. he collection of j alms. Wn l n ix ' ' 4 Rato* .lay, bes >'>b .nonih. at \ Dr. L. H. Jordan'? ? th?tl. M,).. M. L.V, ALIO! l\7 ALTON V Will >V AT IOUNLYSAT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 June 1882

?Ijmaitboa^ ?tratos IS rOBtlSBiD WSSkLt l?V SHENANOOAHI HEBM.0 PUBLISHING CO 'WOODSTOCK. VIBGINIA. tfediiesilay. Jnno 11 1SS2 The Culpeper Tarne?, Mahoueitesays: "The Fundcrekncw, or should know, Ihal the people who elected Hon. Wir. F* Cameron the avvernor of this Slate last tall, mean lo standby the Read juster party and General Mahone, do what he may." A candid confession. They intend to stand by Mahcne, do what ho may. He may prove himself a traitor uud sell hie people, lut yet they will stand by him. He may do anything infamous, but let it be understood that they will stand by him. Such we believe lo be the sentiments of many ct the new issue republican? or MahonVilcs, but there are many Virginians, who, as wo be? lieve, ?ere deceived by the issues of the cauvasB and voted for Cameron, who will not pledge themselves to fol low Mahore wherever he may go. As to tie oflke?eeeklng?new-ls8oe-Bepub licans about whose neck the collar of .Mahone is so tightly riveted that the] have 1:0...

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