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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 December 1882

I hmanl?caH ferait. \V< ?? ? l> -4 ru? 'K -A.. \V - i>it?>*tH> Dee ?. is?*?-? OWN AND O?TTT?TY ATFAIEB. Fntsreu at the Post Ofne, at Woodstock, Va. a sacoud-elaes matter j On and ?fu-r Suv. l.th, iBSB, tisui? -?111 rail ??j fono*? cull,l O. EAST BOUND. Pass. Ex. and Mall No. Obi lev? ?tvtutou 7 a. at. arr Mondituck 9.21 ?' Brr H. Ferry 11.St? " arrW??h'ngto lllp.a ?rr Bait taure BAB? " Way frgt anf? ras? ..'o. 601 W? H?rtnrg 7 lb? a?. Its ????.?d?'* ll?.*? " srr H- Ferry 4.30 1Mb, Thro. fniRtit, k Pas*. No033 ?vs Haitnrg S.I? '? r*? ttii.Kl'? 7.51 ?? ?rr a. Ftiryl.Sa " VKST BOU NI?. Pasa. Ex. and Mall No. Cil) lva Baltimore 7.15 a.m. lv? W.auiii,.?. 6.30 ?? Iv. H. Fiiy 11.25 '? 1?,? Woi.dk 2.11 p.a? ?If lUr'burg 1 .111 " ?u *-i?tti,ti.ii ft ?<& " ?'?v irgt andP?ea. Mo. 6sf lv? H. Ferry 7.15 a. ?r h? . ?.H?d't. 2.17 r. ?? arr Hari'bnrg i.bO ?' tur,. Vtubt aPa?sNo83Slva M. Fsiry 3.10 a.m. ?v? v> o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 December 1882

Sartn mi) ^?m?bc What the Farmer Should ?1 *?*.?** TLetarmershould study the laws ot conccntiation. He should loam how to consent?ate his crops into the bist paying articles. Does he con-?it!er th.?t btitier, beet, pork, mutton and cheesn represent only a certain amount ot grass, hay ami grain tln-t his tarm 'uoduccd ? That in* cad ot selling the rate commo? dities, he can by patting them into these articles get nitu-li better re turn* tor his produits ? His stilly should be how 10 tram-lorm ti.e m?? pro ucts ot Uis farm into som? thing that is concentrated and ti at yyiil bring him moat money. \\ bat he raises has 10 go to some maiket By condeiistng it, little Height yyiil have to be paid and thus much will be gaved. A tarm is not otilj. a 'arm- it is, or should be, a tint" iv lor changing the raw products into art i. ;<s ctgeneral consumption that have a commen?ai value tire world over?that are ol the be.->t ouality. that ktetu wt-il and astil well anu bring ...

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

.... OL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER H, 1882. NO. 8. ?>!*e*nr.?>o;t?i T?cr;;ll3 ? ri ni Si 'is-i?*!?? ?tmi.f ?" B llMiN' 0 l* Sub.-ciipti.ii', Oie !)??. la nlvauce. Mi coi-arounlcatlone o? pnvi'.e nature will te c largedfor a? advert ieiug. j?l? Printing. All kinds of lob Work don* atj.boit notlceanrt , u ne ?.mi re?."'"1 'e torrr?. frnt??*i<n*"tm ' M ARK B. WUNDER. ITT0BF1 Y AT LA?V. VI OOI \ 1 CIMA. Oflio i" Bmi ; "' '? .luiy :o, "s?.-iy. JNO. L. KELLKH. ATTt UK I V AT LA'S , V p. p??IOCK *-Hl ?* ' N !'" Ml '*".. V' '"'ill p-Tir'; . 'une ?l >'.'- if. j ATT'I?VCY ?T LAW, Vt'onrsTocK. VlK-ONlA. ? ?vit'i w. \V. Lnaan an'' 1 Hf?'--'. la lb? in'-'-- Hiii ? anr ra-'tter n! 1> mnio.? w lo tbeio. -.'.i t attention. Cfl May 3 - v. HRT .1 '?? Al KKR ATTORN EY-AT-I AV.*. ' Rea in Bun ...i-?. "A o. w v.sj;i?>i\ . V AT L A W, OS"! *? With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA -aetii-o u? tbecmr*- ?h "?l?! a 1 tact :li. a: Z&...

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

?|bfnanboab pirul?) IS 'tULnmt ??nil s?v a? S4SII4-? ?tews?.? j|imia?si?j< o Wti?'l?.sT?M K VHtNIMA ?idnr sIhj Dec 14 I????. THE Uepublicans have lein cd ?via? dorn'rom the Deu.ocriis. T ley no longer hold out against i he redticUoti of llie tarift'; they no longer oppose Ihe re. duetiou or nbolitio . of the internal reven e; Ihey even favor civil strvie? reform. In fac?, ihey are read, to <!? any and ev.r Hung wide i the d. mo erais favor? ?I ami they opp ist-d. They are even wi liug to p u a lie ?vy fine up? on the parties who would be fun n gully of asses-nii; empl -vees of tio government for political purp-vee*. ? would willingl* tear op tho blood? si irl ami do e?m m?>r.'. if more wer. required, if the p. ope would only p-rmi Us.?? toimldon. The? I? >ve b en tru.l and found lobe corrupt. Tu?-y did uo. give II e p-ople the protection -vlnci Ihe people ligiiiftillv d-m itided. Tney see that the end is near, but as drown? ing meu grab at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 December 1882

-brmurtonb ytjtxn?b WiMHXI'tK'K VA. HViiiit-astiut) Dec. 11, Ittoft. ~\)W& AND O?m-lTY AFFAIRS. tliitercij at tbt loH Otkt, ?t WnOBttatS, Va. . swcuiid-eias. ruatti-r.J I_ ' ?in and after Nov. nth. Ib*-"", UalM will tun a . foll?me Ml B. * 0. EAST lll'l'M'. Vat*. Ex. and Mall No. Ofo lova ?t ?union 7 a, vi. arr ?Auodati-ek V.ii ?' ?rr M. >?cri j 11...? " .,ii kVa-sHtiigtu a IS? ii . an lt.lt in, i Way frataiiflFa?? No. C31 lv. Ha.'lurg 7..?.*. M. .\a ?.?d-'a lt'.iv. - art 11. Ec r> i.u r.m. Thro. freiKtt, .?? 1 at*. KotSI ,**? llui'uurg &.i.i ?? Il \\..,d'. 7.?I ?? .Vi u. l?ir\ 1 .':? "_ WKST IT. I'M', ??an. b. ami Mail Xo. *lu lv? I??ltimotc 7.15 a.u. ,?- \V sbli i.t. 8 au " hra ii l'r i) *tl.*as> " ? an Har'burK 4 m ?? . an Matu.nn b i>6 ?- I *sTav irgt m. I V, I ? - II. ! rr> 7.1*. a. if I?? ?.?il'. ?.ilp.a. air iiaii'buig S ?Ai ?' Tiste? 1 . ' * " - *'?' ' 11 i? ? ?? ?Isloi k ', lb - air Hair. laug . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 December 1882

j|aitn nub $'mz??t The Butter Won't Come Tlt'f rre -t \4 ihI K.tsoiis win butler won't eome whet? c. lnnnl Tic mo?t trennen one is ihecienn is loo sour. Tliis nav happen Iron too 1? ng keeping tie cream, i i i wnriii a pluce. ? or iroeti the food. AY Inn tl?e lull seiiL-on clianr pasture it may have tl e tfiVct t. producing sc'dity in tin? milk ii sit a< ot its usual alkalinity. It will ve y pi. h> bl> rt ui vc the tr* ub'e ii give ihe con two ounces of epsou .-alls in n pail ol br*?n ilop t weik loi tyyo rayarunning, pottm a little iiolass's or a leaapooi.fn ot ginger to dogiuse ?le? This aill remove any acidity c' tl t itomatk. ?nul change tic lone i the s)stiiii. '] he i u.\t time tin cream BciL*'iti tl is any, alter v. loams up, nnur in two quarts o cold watftw in ?rliitli a teas|00i-'u et aalfi ?tre and oi e ol sail liav I ecu ilissulvi J. I??ng churiiii-} oxidiaitatle Lnt'er and wakes i rancid. II? it?4 I.iiM licceipt m r ilnnu.Ks.?llr.H ? jrui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 December 1882

en VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1882. NO. 9. It ??ltlIHlli *??SILT K* SHCNANDOAH HERM.0 PUBLISHING (0 SW Subscription, OskDoixab am? a-half per year pa-r?Vl? in advance. AH communications o! pr?vate nature will be charged for as advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done atjshort noticeand (Utti* most reasonable term?. Profetsional ttordt. M ARK B. WINDER, ATTORNEY AT LAyV. Woodstock, Viuoinia. Office iu Burner's Building. Jnlj 19, ?82._ty. IXOlL. KF.1.1.EH, tl ATTOKNEY AT LAW, Woodstock. Shenandoah Co., Va, Will practlc?* In the county sad circuit courts ol Bh.usndoah. and ?djoitiiii-: counties. OV SpecUl attention tu eollcetion of claims; Jona 31 '83?tf. LEMCFL HORDEN?, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. OftVa witts W. W. Logan and J. Monroe Bottsl, in the Borner DuiMinir. Any claims fur collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or sny matter of business commuuirate?! to then:, will receive my prompt ?ttention. OfSei during all buslne?? hour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 December 1882

tbtnanfeoab %txn?b (?5 it FCBLitaan w?azr.T nv SHENANOOAH HER-,1.0 PUBLISHING (0 *?>? l WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wedneadai, li?e 20, 1*82. ? tir ist m? ?i. The ppproaeh of Uhnstmaa is wel? comed by mlllioaa. There ai ? who cannot rejoice as the festive day draws nigh, it eannot be appropri?t? tdby ?,uy part?cula;' clase ol ; Ils celebratloo by seme does not cause sadness lowthers, for it is a day that belongs to all? Let ouivtrsal joy pre? vail, for Christ died for ?nil. How can yvc most enjoy the da* a question in many mind?. Mm it a-- suited lii s?iiiiiul iudulg and too often desecrate the day il at commemorat?s tiie gilt that elevates them nearer G?>d, How it shall be cel? ebrated each oue must tlelcrmine for himself. Eojovmci ? .- almost the unit itesire and we are educated to believe that Clirlstmaa is the thy upon wl above sil o I lure should eoloy himself. How can man - great! ti t?' Too'can best secure it, ly m others hap| y. There may te some home, to &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 December 1882

WOODSTOCK VA. WeducHduT Dec 99, isv-?? TOWN AND COUNTY ATFAISS. i ?.ten-d at the Post Of?*, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter, j ?In and after Nov. lLltli, ls?2, trains will run s follows ?n It, 4 i?. ; EAST BOIND. Pass. Ex. und Kali Wo. MS Im Staunton 7 a. m. arr Woodstock '.i.l24 " TrrH. terry 11.5S, " arrVt'ashiui-to 14.15 p. u arr Baltimore H.'-'O ?? Way frgt ai-?Va?.. Ko. Ml Ivs Har'burg 7 40a.m. lvs Woods'? 10.80 " arr II. Ferry 4-30 p.m. Thro, frelj-ht, & Fas?. No ?33 lvs Hal ?burg 5.25 " lvs We'd'k 7.51 - arr H. Feiry 11.38 "g*, I ;v, KS1 liovND. Tass. Ks. and Mail No. MO Iva Baltimore 7.15 a.m. lvs W.-shlugt. 0.30 '? Its H. r'eirv 11.25 ?? - \\ . i"lk 2.11 r.M. arr Har'burg 4.01 " air Ktaautou 5.i>5 " Way irgt and Puf*.. N? .040 lvs H. Ferry 7.15 a. m ik 2.17 v. M. arr Harr'burg 5.00 " Thr?' s*I*?kt * I'?- v" M8 !vi H. Ferry 3.40 a.m. tn V? ? ilst.'ck 7 40 '? arr Harr, burg 10.4? " arr Stauiton 12.18p.M K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. triCURC? DIRECTORY. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 December 1882

Clovei un a ltfiioYutor of (Suit There are many seeming anoma? lies in ngricu'tural practice. Tima clover does not follow itself Well lor a series O? years, and yet it is an excellent crop for the good influence it has over the crop that follow.**. It is counted as a lenovating ciop. but by itself it is certainly exbaus ting to the soil, it must not be overlooked that there is much ot the pl?'t below as ?ell as above the g*t?und. The amount of gen in ike roots and atubble amounts ioovci i ne hundred pounds. This is enough to Itcd a wheat wop abundamh, and were it all availa? ble, it would le enough for two wheat c ops. The clover baa not changed all this large amount of nitrogen from ihc fite to the combined state, but being .. deep feeder, has been through ??lung season to gather ii into iti? lottgei roots. These roots when tsui.i' by the plow scon de couifl*3Wftid yield a supply of ni? trogen in rt soluble turn at just tl.t time v.h?.n tl.c wl.cat crop mosi needs it, and in that w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 January 1883

il lepM VOL? 63. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1883. NO. 12. |benanboal) ?jnalb ta toiiiiitn ?vaatLt *? SrlENANOOAHI HtlttD PUBLISHING CO I??"" Subscription, OkkDoli.ar asd a-rau- por year payable in advance. AU communication? of private nature trill be e'iargedfor ti advertising. Job PrtittluR. AllVndi of Job Work done at?*hort notice tad on ?ne mott reatontb'e term?. Professional Cards. MARK B. WINDER. attorney ai law. Woodstock. Virginia. Otticc iu Burner's IluiUlinz. Jub IS, Ki.-ly. JNO.'.L. KELLEit, attorney at law, Woodstock. Shesandoah Co., Va, Will practice In the county and circuit i?>urt?oi Sbeaandoab. and adjoining counties. laT" Special atientiou to collcetion 01'claims; June 21 X!-U. LaMl 11. BORDEN, _H ATTORNEY AT LAW, VgUDSTOCK, VI IiG IN I A. Omea -with w. W. Logan aud J. Monroe H.jBsJ, in the Burner H'lihliue. Any claim? for lolIectttiB. left with either of the?? gentlemen, or ?uy inattcr of bnaines? oeBBBiaalcatatl to them, ?ail! receive my prom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 January 1883

?btnanboab ^tralb la rcixiHtn ?iitti i?v SHCNANHOAH HER4L0 PUBLISHING ?0 ?<? WUUDSTOCK. VIRO 1 NI A. Wedne??laj.. Jau. 10 l?-?88. The Virginia? Debt As many of our readers expect the v.?..i.iv of the debt seulement to be de? termined by the case ?hieb was tried by the Serr?me Couit yesterday, wc j publish below a clear statemett of the j case as eiYtn b?, ihc Correspondent oi the Baltimore Sun, of Mor day. The decision of the Supreme Court, it ap? pears, will be eonfihed to the validity of the bill known a* coupon killer, No. 1. The Yirgiuin tax case, which is set for argument in the Supreme Court of the Cubed States tomorrow, has been looked upon with much public interest because ot the gcueial impression that mttwtre involved lb? important ques? tions t. flee i in g ihe vai.diiy of '.he rtcent reailiustment of the debt ol Virginia. Such is not the hat. The cbsc comes up on api tul lv the coun el for the bondholders ?rom live .-?upretiie Court of Appetl? ot Ya.. and tie....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 January 1883

bni.inucmb irralb woorwToci?: va. WtrSh?tm?kiy Jan to, |8?| TOWN AND OOUNTY APPAIB8. hS Vest e?fne, at Woodstock, Ta. a '.'.atttr.] ? ;, '- .'. trains will ma ?'-. 4: 0. i UX BOTTBD. IfaUS its -i.'.on .' i. v. arr V<ot<d?tock D.'.U ?? trill. Ferry ILS? " iSBfSB 1.13 r. M i mort? '?.20 " Wav irgt at-'1 ? Haj'tnr? 7.10a 51. ? ?I?.'* lo.*? " ?rrH. Feiry a.!*) p.m. - BMtara Mi " - Vt?.-.?l'lt 7.51 " ?rr U. FatfJ I ?WESI BOUND. MS ?.m. \> W. ?hingt. SJO '' ram ki.as ?* ;?? V.'oodk 141 i '. irtraa s.tn " an .?-taHiitcu 6.1*6 " ? H. Fi*rry 7.15 a. at' ..? ttood k ???.17 r. m. ?irr Harr'burg 5.?? " H. Feiry 11.40 .?.v. :?>? m oodatock "14 '? air liari.'t,uiRl(!.lu " arr MaULtou 1'J.lSr.i;. K. L. e AMPBELX, Ai^t. * HURCH DIRECTORY. A. A.*. Baa? ii the Lutheran moi-atea? of the cht on the Itt ?! I III .1. B. Vanliorn, preach? ? in tlu- Metb.>?li?t IBd IthMiucl-i???. _ _i,?i at I ?Jltibuigoulat and ; nniiiitgand ?an i :iJ?. 3B1 rcRIAB. R. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 January 1883

farm anb ?tmfot. Intense Fnrniiiiff We li^ar much of 'Intense Farm? ing.' By t'lis term we understand that system which by a judicious application of manure and rotation will make tlie biggest crop?, whilst at the snme time Dm lai.d is gradu ally improving and becoming more valuable. This is Intense tanning. The land is the iarmer's bank on which he is to draw. If his drafts exceeds his deposits, the bank tails. If he wants his bank account to go on increasing, so as to meet readily all its drafts he must keep an ey to Lis deposits, which consist ot high manuring, not simply the greatest quantity ot the most costly artiti-?-.l tertilizers, but such as are specially needed tor the growing crops with the least possible outlay in money. As in every other busi? ness w hi re competition exists, re?, duced ci'St ot production is one ot the main elementa of success. Market pri?es tor tarm products are fixed by the genera] laW ot supply and d.'mand. Railroad facilities quick?y a? just them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 January 1883

VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 188?. NO. 1?. tt tu?u -t ?t S-IEt-UN-JOA-? HEWM.I ;'b- ' .? ;t?CJ CO ?JT- tjub.?cr!; year pa} tlile in ad\ l Ml coinmunlcatu.n?ol priva'.:?aatan will be j r'largedlo? ??? a.lvertisiug. Job Printing. VllVlur.si.? M at;?hort niit'.ceaul p\ofessi ?-'?? MAl?k B. W; \-V. W0O1..V10CI;. Vi. O? SI A. Office in Bui )s?> i., ai 1 Wo. 1.STOCK. Si win pi-aetl. Bhti 1" C??~ M I' -II. - - . I -ly. II BFOfl s ?lyr. HT '?? A. a r - Dr". L. B UfJALTO? . M Hi? ?a AUX' suena: lAS.il. u 1 Al . ' t?. ?.. I ?ti - > 1 i ? u Xew ' \Y l> ? - All ! prfiir ?' ' Han 1 Oral. V Drs. . Phasic SurgeoEs VA. ?W I :. O. K. HI' M. radbal la?*8' 91 - Will ?pet l Wo entrad? ?action. Paltanaa ?ar,i Juni- 1 D H A- MA RTI N. RTOGE03 *?-*/ "? i'1-.X?, ' Ia. .!. Prarel, in ??'? J11.I li ^???????^"?????^????^????????ae??i?*a????w?*.? A. P. M'i: . I'BOP'R Tbw I ?re-iiei:" b eir.li . till? a cha'v). ?ml I'? ll?- 0 Ac " J?i,.17_tf. f?KNTIU?. HOTEL y ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 January 1883

|b*nanboab iiralV ta tOBTataaaD ?taatu.! a? 8-IIPI?,-l->OAM HEM ALO eUIU?HIN?| CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. WtMlneffJsu Jan.' 1? 1s.S?. THE HOLOCAUST. ?tatdllloNHl Particular? of the Terrible ? ?ita-troi?lna '-TART AND PROGRESS OF TUE F1RK. Weis, slow en. and 1 hildnn 1.4Hpiiig and Fulling t?t Their Death. ntOa S AR BOW ??SCAPES?IB B HEKOE? 7HK rriK? H0WTHKM1P?BTS WERE SAVED. From our northern exchangus we ex iract addi-iooai particular? nl the burn? ing of tie KtWbaH Hottse, at Wilwnu kee, Wu., We<inc?<lay morning. The catastrophe is the most appalling that has taXi n place in the Northwest since the ?liking :u Lake Michigan oithe ill fated steamer Eliia, which carried down hundreds of passengers. Tho details are horrown?g in the exircmi: and nl most begaar description. The Start and Progrea.? ?s?l the .Flaute?. The rlrf. which many believe had au laceat-fary otlain, commenced ?n the 'lasem-nt of the building; and shot witti lightning-like rapirtilv up t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 January 1883

W OO DHTO?K VaT. Weducadar Juu 17, IMS. TOWN AND COUNTY AFFALES. Entered at the Post Ofiie, at Woodstock, Va., a second-class Blatter.] tin aud after Nov. Uta, 1*--.', ttntuf. ?rill ruu a follows ?a H. fe il. EAST Bui ND. s*aa*. Fa. and Mall No. ISS Um Suuuton 7 a. m. arr WoottaBoek '.'.?l ?? srrH. l.riy 11.a? ?' arrWabli-Utfto S.1S r. M ?trt Ball mure Wat fl-gtBBAre?a.iO. 6.11 Iva Harir.ri? 7 ill a St. . l>'a iti.au " irrH- twty *.;W!>.m. Thro. freii-U, it It*??. Ho OSS lvs Harburg r?.'.'? " T.51 " arr H. I "W?'i BOUND? Pasa. Ex. sad Mail Mr*. SH 1?? BaJttBaert ,???. Wi siuuiit. sao ?? iva H. lui) U.SS *' ilk Ml v.x. ?irr Har'bnrg 4 ni " arr Miml. u 0 MS '* Way irgt an?i! - '?"> ?. a' i ? xn r. m. arr Hart1>ur| MS " Thro Fr?!.! ,?i Pat aSo SS? !vs B. Keiry 'Uo ?.v. hra ??... aatoca :?ir Han. borg 10.411 " arr M-. r.. i.. CAvrrLi.L, a_t, ?HUKCH DIRECTORY. ! l.lTHLi: is. RsY. A. k.t. Hash?i rhurcb, at Woodsti.-k oa tU? mnrniagt <...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 January 1883

- jarm anb Jt?res?be. luring Il-ini-: Tins la the N, V. Wortes ad vice on this topic : 'The principle thing in coring hams is to gel them just stilt o. to keep tl err, ami not so pah injure tiic flavor and cause (hem to] get hard. Hams should be neatly trimm. d ant] cut rounding, to imi? tate as close '?,.- the hams of comme* ce. 'Trim closely, bo tiicie shall be i.o masses f lit le t at the '. extremity of tlie hai thoul deTfl may Le cul in shape conven.? eut for packing, and they should be salted it> sep?rate packages from tlia bams. ?Hams are cured by both dry salting aud brine. When dry salt? ipg i.s employed the bams are rub bed often with salt and sugar. Between eacb rubbing they aie bunched up on ? lath rms or table.?, the su)ta?.e o! which u spread with a layer o! salt, and each ham i.s also covei* d with sa t. When taken up to rub, ???lieh is usually d-.ii)?? live or six times, a shallow box ?8 ;;t band in which to do the work. When brine is used, prepare a pickl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 January 1883

VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, IS85*. NO. 14. flj?nanbottlj | tt&lb i? ?om.i<iiir o<ts-cu jo S iSBeiiNOOA'-t HF.HM.D PU3LISHING| CO l'^?ubtcript: - o'T?i?a.?' per yetr payable in advance. AH communleationaof private nair.re will bo t-'iari-od for a? advertising. Job Printing. All kind? ?if Job Work ?lone at;?Uort notlctand .-nm. moat reaaona>-'e term?. Professional Cards. AUK 1!. WUNDER, jl.1L ATTORNEY AT LAW. W OODST?CK. VllOISIA. Office iu Burner's BnildiBC. July is, IQ.?ly. JNO..L. KELLE?, ATTORNEY AT LYW, Woodstock. Suenan;? >.\u Co., Va, Will practice In the o-innty lUrtt ol i ?h.uandoab.aud ad'?>lniir- cor.titie.. itf BpeeUl ?tient June 21 'tr?-ti. LE MI I ATTOr.Nl.Y \T 1AW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? with \Y. \Y. boa** at)/ J. I Bottai, in Um Barnet B . I Ha . \ny .'airas lor I colliTtlnn. loft with i-ithi-r ? r.it-ii, ?.r aay maltat of 1 anwoicated I will receive n:v prompt atl .'?iriiii;all bu?. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 January 1883

fljtnanboali! ? nn?D I. rC?LiaUBH ??BKLT ?? a"Tt*?A?i'?'>??- H?:e*.LO publishingi'o WuuDSTOCK. V1RCIN1A. Wednentiay, Jan 21 1**3. In the abs. nee of other ?9?ue? tlie Democratic piper? arc discussin? the advisahil ity of holding n convention. In this county, we have not yet found a Democrat who If ?u fav??r of hot-Ins a convention this spring. If the object be fos'ive the Mahonc ite? eomcthius t?> quarrel with us about, we kn?".w oi no better means ol ac? compli-him. it. A short time a.'o, t!ie debt question was settled, but now some "f their papers are not saitsfied. and having no othtr i.?Bue to present to the pcopip. .hey are discussing ibe old issue. As far as the Democratic part; :? concerned, the debt quertlon is a dead isM'.e. Ifthe Riddleberger bill be accepted by the creditors of the State, it i? si'tifiac'orv lo us. If the United Strttes Supreme Court decide the cou pon kii/.r 2fo* ?s to be eoastltntioaal, we arc sniitiiiJ. If the court decide other?i...

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