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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 June 1883

totnat?raalj ?ixn?b WOODSTOCK VA. UetineisdaT Jtiue 20, iss;? TOWS AST) COUNTY AFFAIRSL Entered at the Post Offi<>, at Woodstock, Va. a ?ecoiid-class matter.] Change of ?cbedu:e taVi?i; rffect Mouday, May l'Ua.lfjt*. Makes trais? une at WBBBBBueS as follows: EAST BOUND. 331 Msll Express and fasscugir 'J 24 a. a?* 2i5 Panamaer and way fr, ?aiiit lu M a. iu. Ml " " Through K. & Ex. "Mp.m. WKST UOVSl). ?Jl?Mail Expr?s? ?ml taatatsaaaM 1 M p.m. US'? fasseuger aiid Tk*rc?fb freight 7 45 a. in, ????4 Pass, aud way freight 2 13 p. m , For any other irarliculars apply or write to nit R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. -u"H"rj"RC"Ea: *director"y. LUTBtaa'., v.e\. A. A. f. Baaaa>tBag< Btasahaata the I.ntheian Church, at Woodaiock on the mornings of the lit aud M Sabbaths mid at night ou the 4tL Sabbath of each month. MtTUOlHST. Rev. J. B. Vauhorn, preaches in tin Mithodist Church, at W?*so?Mock, on tv 2d unit 4th k-Dndays, morning and evening and st Kdiubntg ou 1st and ??el Sunda? s of each...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 June 1883

ixtm uxib Wntz?bt. The Vinejarrt iu June. In the montli of June vine8 in bearing must be approached and handled with great care, lor more or less damage is sure to follow any rough interiore!,ce with the de? veloping Iruit bunches winch aie al ready just past bloom, aid aie ou the point ot setting the Iruit, or blossoms just opening, according to soil, situation, and climate. June is indeed one of the most critical epochs witli the grape, in the sense that the ciop of Iruit may be at any moment compromised, either by sudden changes ot temper ature, or by cold and copious, or waim and continued rains-all these weather change*- being followed by the rotling and dropping ot the fruit in proportion to their extent and severity. New plantations of vines should in Jane, be heed with care, tor the object in part, to arrest the growth Ot weeds, and in part to break the crust ot the soil, in order to admit the dews, the rains and the atmos? phere t> penetrate it, and assist in the prepara...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 June 1883

teiiiiiii leu YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1883. NO. 36. I^nanboalj ferait. H"?o.tNHKi> ?ratai, i at aHCNANOOAHK HERALD PUBLISHING CO Mr*tiub?crlpton, Os? Dollab amo a half per year payable in advance. All communication? of private utture will be barged for at tdvertitlng. Job Printing? All kind? of Job Work done ttjthort notlcetud the molt rea*onat?e terms. Professional Cards. WD. L. B O R U M, ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Oflicein Burner's Buil(.liiig,\Yool?u>i'k,Va Apr. Uih, 83,?ly. WM. K* ALEXANU?R, ATlOBNEi AT LAW (WINCHESTER VllU.INIA. W Will practice In ShenendothCounty, ?tleud ing regularlT the courte. Jan. 17-tf. MARK B. WINDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office iu Burner's BaDdim*. July 19, 'M.-ly. NO-IL. KEIXEtt, ATTORNEY AT '.LAW, J Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practico in the couuty and etretttt court? ol Sh?li?ndoah,?Dd ?djolning cor.ntie?. Vf~ specUl attention to collection of claim?! June 21 'ftl?tf. ROBBST J. WALKER...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 June 1883

i|ljaenai,boalj 1 tralb ls>OaHiiHtD ?raaiLT sit S-iCNANOOAHn HERALD PUBLISHING CO Wednesdai June 27, IS83. Kki'OKis Iruru various sections of the S ate iudicate that many democrats who have acted with the ?adjusters, haye determined to take their place in ihe democratic party. Thev very pro? perly consider the debt question out of politics and they arc ui.willing to act with the party which has always oppos? ed them. They were democrats when the debt issue was brought before the people, and they look sides as demo cratB. Upon ibis issue they followed the men whose views they endorsed, but they are not willing to follow Ibem into the republican party. When the issue is a fair and square one between the two parlies they will act with their party friends and agaiust their pariv euemies. The cry of "fundei" ?nil not irighten thtm uor will they be demoralized by ihc siliy shout ot "Bomb?n." These cries may h,,ve - some effect ftith men who are too ignoraut to know lhat they really mea...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 June 1883

$ntairiurab rorral?? WOODSTOCK VA. UednesdHY Juno 37, |?9M ~T??1 AHD OOUNTY AITAll.8. Entered tt the Postuihe, at Woodstock, Va. a ??cond-class matter.] Change of schedule taking effect Monday, May 14th,1883. Make? train? due tt Woodstock as followt: EAST BOUND. 231 Mtll Exprew and Fasienger 9 24 a. m* 283 Ptweuger and wty freight In 3o a. in. 291 " " Through V. k Ex. 7 M p. in. WEST BOUND. 210Mail K*ipress?ud Passenger 1 .'?l p.m. 284 Passenger and Tliroiigh Freight 7 t? a. in, 28t Ptst. and wty freight 2 13 p. n . | For any other ?articular? apply or write to me K. L. CAMPBELL, Act. CHURCH DIRECTOBY. 1.UTHHM :,. Her. A. A./. Busbong, preschet in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the inomiugt of the l?t and 2d Sabbaths and at night on the 4th Mabbalh of each month. MKTU0D1?T. Rev. J. B. Vanborn, preaches in the Methodist Ct?urch, at Woodstock, on the I'd and 4th Sundays, morning and evening and at Kdinbnrg on 1st and 2d Sunday? of each month, morning and evening. PRESBYTERIAN. n...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 June 1883

farm anb ?ire?fot Household Bints* Cleaning the Teeth?A good wsy to clean teeth is to dip the brush in water, rub it over genuine white castile soap, then dip it in prepared chalk. I have been com? plimented upon the whiteness of my teeth, which was anything but while. I have used the soap con? stantly for two or three Years? and iLe chalk for the last year. Theie is no danger of scratching the teeth, as the chalk is prepared, but with a goodf sti'tV brush ttfid the soap it is es effectual as soap and sand on a Moor. Cure for Corns.?Take one fourth cup of stiong vinegar, crumb finely into it some bread. Let stand half an hour, or until it sof tens into a good poultice. Then apply, on retiring at night. In the morning the soreness will be gone, and the corn can be picked out. It the corn is very obstinate one, it may require two or more applica? tions to effect acure. Cabbage.?If cabbage do not head properly, a pii.ch of salt to each head will be beneficial ; or better, give them a s...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 July 1883

ilipM YOL. 63, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 188?. NO. 37. ?Proanboalj Remit? ie*tVa*I**.RX? ayttalT nv SrlCNANDOAHg HERALD PUBLISHING CO SWgnbacrlpton, OKI Dollar as? a-halt per year payable In advance. All communication? of privat?natura will be barged tor a? advertising. Job Printing? All klnda of Job Work done etf-hort notlceand tn? moat reasonable term?. frofetsional Cardt. WD. L. BORUM, ?a Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building,Woo?stock,Va Apr. 1 lib, 83,?ly. WM.R? ALEXANDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW |WlNCHESTKR VIRGINIA. twr will practice In Shenandoah County, attend? ing regularlv the court?. Jan. 17?tf. M ARK H. WUNDER, attorney at law, Woodstock, Vikoinia. Office iu Burner's BaUcRnc? Jubf 19, *82.-ly. JNO.IL. KELLElt, attorney at 'law, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practtc? In the county and circuit courts ol Bhenandoeb, and tdjoluiu ?; ?'.?unties. ttr gptciilttiemiou to oollcetion of claim?: June 21 'Sil- tf. R~~OBERT .1. WALKER ATTORNEY-AT-I...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 July 1883

It>C.LlAHED WVBIL1 HT tHCNANOOAWC HERALD PUBLISHING (0 WOODSTOCK, VIRfilNIA. ??oduenitaj July 1 1S83. Democratic Meeting. A Democratic Meeting will be held ut the Court House, Woodstock, Va., ?m Monday, July 9th, al 2, P. M., foi the purpose of seit cling del?gales to attend the Democratic Convention, to be held at Lyucbburg, July 25.li. By order of the Executive Com. of Sbenandoab County. 2 Democratic Counts papers m ill please -.opy. General Mahone had his county superinlenelents in Richmond, last week, preparing for the fall campaign. He is fchrewd cnorgh to know, that it it only by the baielest work, and the Iree use ot all Ibe electioneering ma? chinery known to modern politics, that be can succeed in canrying the State. In t-pite ol all his tfl'orts, bis defeat is not only possible, but probable. The importance of the contest eam.ctbe over estimate.!. The Democrats are almost sure ol the Senate and with proper exertion baye a chance of carrying the House. The control ot U.e...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 July 1883

Pmaniw?ilj g?rate WOODSTOCK VA. Hedncsdar July 4, 1893. TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIBS. Entered at tbe Post Offie, at Woodstock, Va. a aocond-clas? matter.] Change of ?rbedu'C taking effect Monday, Mav lltb.lHhS. Makes train* duo at Woodvt??k M follows: east bound. 2:il Mall Express and Fasaenger 9 24. a. m* i*.", Pasreuger and way freight 1" 30 a. m. ?ttl " " Through E. k Ex. tbl p.m. WEST liOl'ND. 210Mall Expresa and l'arsenger 1 M p.m. 28? Passenger and Through Freight 7 ti a. m, 2m l'as?, and way freight 2 13 p. u . Eor any other ?articulara ajiply or write to toe R. L. CAMPBELL, A?t. -CTIXJI-ICI? DIRECTORY. llTlltKA... Berts A. A. I. Bnthong, preaches in the Luiberan a'liurch.at Wooatatoeh OU the un.initias of tbe l*t and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou tbe 4tb aSatbbath uf each month. MKlllODlsT. Kev. J.R. Vanhorn, preach?? in tbe Methodist Church, at Wocdntix-k, on I've I'd and 4th ruiidavi,. morning and evening and at Edinbuig on 1st and 2d 8unda)i of each mouth, moruini; sud t-vi-uing...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 July 1883

arm an?r l?rcs?bt. Smcecae at Last, It is told of the attempts that have been made from time to time to raise sugarcane of any and every description in the northern States that the results were almost uni-i forraly the same ; the cane grew as freely and large as cornstalks and was full of sweet juice, which when reduced to a given quantity by boiling, yielded sweet syrup, and reduced still further, gave a heavy sugar resembling the settling of a molasses band. Both syrup and sugar when tasted reminded the taster of the smell of burnt pump? kin or squash. Children would not steal it, much less cry tor it, and to offer a tramp a cup of coffee sweetened with sorhum sugar Bras to incur his eternal enmity. Such was the lamentable experi - ence ol all attempts to cultivate su? gar cane in the Noith, and it is only by a combination ot intelli? gence, care and proper machinery that success has at lengtn ciowneel the efforts in producing sugar which is not only palatable, but which shows a s...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 July 1883

mAmh %m?i VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1883. NO. 38. ia*?n sasaass tutu ?? SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO sWsubecrlpton, Oxs Dollab add a.halt per year payable in advance. All communIcatio us of private nature will be barged for aa advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done atbhort notlceand tne moat reasonable terma. Frofeuionul Oardt. WD. L. BORUM, ? Attorney at Law, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building,WooIstoek.Va Apr. Ulh, 83,?ly. wm. r' alexander, attorne? at law ?Winchester Virginia. kaT" Will practice In Shenandoah County, attend Ing regularly the court?. Jan. 17-tf. MARK B. WUNDER. attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office in Burner's Baladins. July 19, '82.-ly. jno..l. keller, attorney at 'law, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practice In the county and circuit courts ol Shauandoab, and edjoluini; counties. Sir* Special atiemion to collection of claims; ? mie ?1 '82-tf. R~^BERf j: WALKER ATTORNEY-AT-L AW, WoOPSTVCK, VlltGISlA. U...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 July 1883

I^nanti?al} fetral?i ia>oJLi?BKi> w*ikli ai ftHCNANOOAHC HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednet-ftay. July 11, IS83. The people when well informed up? on any subject will generally arrive at correct opinions. It is only- when in UucKced by passion or predjudice or from a luck of information that a mass of people form opinions that are not correct. Many men who have a firm belief in the- principles of the demo? cratic party and who actually proclaim themselves, and oven believe them? selves, to be democrats, yote and give their influence with the party which is lu direct opposition to the democratic party. Xf^abelieye these men to be honest. They thick that they are light. They are earnest and conscien? tious in their efforts to advance their part?, and have not realized the in? consistent position iu which they have permitted themselves to be placed.? "When the dwbt question was an issue they thought that they understood it and that they voted with the party which wa...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 July 1883

WOODSTOCK VA. *..? tel nestln v July 11, I8S3. TOWH AID COUNTY AJTAIBB. Entered at the Post Offie, at Woodstock, Va. a _ second-class matter.] Change of schedule taking effect Monday, May 1 lib, 1883. Makes trains due at Woedateck as follows: EAST BOUND. 321 Mall Express and Faaaenger 9 24 a- ni' IMS Passenger and way freight 10 30 a. m. 391 ?' " Through F. ? Ex. 7 51p.m. WEST UOl'ND. 210Mail Expreaaand Passenger 1 M p.m. 381 Passenger and Through Freight 7 44 a. m, 284 Pass, and way freight 2 18 p. m. i For any other ?articulars apply or write to me K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CtHCTJRCia: DIKZCTOBY. H-THKKA... li.v. A. A. t. Bnshong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the teeming? of the l?t aud 2d ?abbathe and at night ou the 4th Sabbath of each month. SIKTHODt?T. Rev. J.R. Vanhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on the id and 4th Sundays, morning and evening and at Edlnbnrg on 1st and 3d Sundays of escb month, morning and eveuiug. FRESBYTIKIAN. nav. R. II....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 July 1883

farm an?r jf?res?bt An F.x f oiigrosMi?uui s Exper? ience with Unrp. In the last number of the South em Plsnter, Col. II. T. \V. Duke ofCharlottsville, puts in a plea for <?erman carp as a food fish. Col. Duke has had large experience with carp, and gives his experience in their cultivation. They spawn in May and Jone and the astonishing ?net is stated that a carp of five or six pounels weight will deposit Ironi 300,000 to 500,000 eggs. Now if the hens would only carry on their buainess as extensively as that we should immediately desert the tripod and start an egg factory. The Colonel give3 the following in? teresting facts : ??In the fall of 1880, I received from tLe United States Fish Com mission seventeen caip about two inches long, which I placed in my ice pond. In the spring of 1881 I also received through a friend in Baltimore some thirty more ; all of these were hatched in the year 1880. Inthesnmmer of 1881 1 built another pond expressly for fish, and in the fall of that ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 July 1883

VOL.63, WOODSTOCK, VAM WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 188?. NO. 39. Illjenattboalj ? *rato ??rrjrLijiHED ??bsli ?V ?HCNANDOAHt: HERALD PUBLISHING CO eW8ubscripton, Ohc Dollar and a-halv per year payable in advance. A'l communication? of private nature will be barged for as advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done atjshort notlceand tne moat reasonable terms. Professional Cards. M. L. Walton. E. D. Nkwsian, WTALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock. . . Vikoihla. Will practise in Shenandoah and adjoining conn tiea, also in the Court of Appeals of Va. and V. S. District Conrt of Western District. July llth,-tf, WD. L. BORU M, ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOlK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building,Wcol;U'tk,Va Apr. Ulli, 83,?ly. WB'SI.R- ANEXAND ATTORNEY AT LAW |WlNCIIESTF.R VIRGINIA. SsT* Win practice in Shenandoah County, attend? ing regularlv the court?. Jan. 17-tf. M ARK B. WUNDER. attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Oilice iu Burner's Building. July 19, 'M.-ly. jno.jl. relleh,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 July 1883

li'tc.iasHiD ?aaiLi ?v a tENANOOAK- HERALD PUBLISH!*? CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday, July 1>, 1S83. The negio is becoming an importaut factor in Virginia politics. For years he was used by a few white republicans *ho cfficcrcd the large negro force, saw that thty came out on election days to vole tl.e republican ticket aud then withdraw to earn a scanty living until tbe next tlectiou, ?bile the chiefs rolled in the luxury of, federal effices. They educated the negro up to the be liel that it was a part of his religion to vote the republican ticket. The Re? publican i Mice-holders bad agoodthlug of it and w..re not particularly acxious to have any tew white converts to the republican laith. As it was the iflfces barely went round ai d au increase of republicans lad a Ici.dtucy lo weaken the tenure oftffice. The Readjusttts a limped to r. ad jest the Beats debt, but the republics Lad loo holy a revere, ce for the inviol? ability of public contracts to follow the new docirine Th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 July 1883

^ntanboab ?eralb WOODSTOCK VA. Wexliicsdar July IS, is*.:?. T?WH AMD COUNTY ATFAIBS^ Entered at the Post Offle, at Woodstock, Va. a aeooiid-clsss matter.] Change of ?chedu.e.taking effect Monday, May Uth.lttbS. Makes trains due at Woodstock as follows: , EAST BOUND. . 231 Mail Express and Passenger 9 24 a. ru" 2ao Passenger and way freight lei 30 a. in. 291 " " Through F. k Ex T.Mp. in. WKST BOUND. 210 Mall Express and Pstteuger 1 51 p.m. 2?-> Passenger sud Through Freight 7 45 a. hi. 264 Pas?, and way freight 2 13 p. m. | , For any other ?.articulara apply or write to me S. L. CAMPBELL, Agi CTiTJROU DIRECTORY. uriana?. Itev. A. A.I. Bashoug. preaches in the Lothersn Church, ?I Woodstock ou the morning? of the l?t and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the 4tb Sabbath of each month. slETHOIHST. Kev. J. B. Vsnhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woed.t.Kk, e*j t>ie 'id and 4tk ?uudayn, morning and evening and at 1 dinbnig on 1st and 2d Sunde)? of Steh month, mcmii.gaud evening. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 July 1883

tara atn?i af?res?bt. CcopH In Virginia A.mu erst.?A con s i elt rabie quan? tity of wlicat las been cut this week. The quality is excellent throughout the county.?See* Km. Richmond Ccinty.?The crop ot wheat is very tine tlais year, anil tha yield promises to be an excep? tionally good one.?IVot them -.V -, /'. ATexcs. TheCluiikk Exponent says: A majority of our farmers have lin ished harvesting, and their opinion is that this year's wheat crop is the finest we have had in ten years. RocKls?iiHii:.?Crojs here are fine and farmers arc in the seventh hea? ven. In fact we're all happy; evcaything is lovely and the goose hangs high.? C' i respond?, ncc New Era Prince William.-Harvest is about over, and a vciyjair yield realized. Cs,rn looking well. Fruit crop abundant, and iaimers in line spirits.? Corres} ondi tic* Altxan dua (iazittc DanvIi.i.e.?Ti.e crops are look irg badly in the surrounding coun? try. Wheat and oats will not avei agc more than Iwo-tbiids the nana] crops.?Concsj ond...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 July 1883

YOL. 63, WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 188?. NO. 40. ?|l?enar??Diib ? traft ts>Tj?LT?B?p eesKLi ?e tHCNANOOAHC HERALD PUBLISHING (O rarsubscrlpton, Os? Dolla* as? a-Bals' per year psysble in advence. AU communication? of prlvste nature will be uerged for as advertising. Job Printing. All kinds o? Job Work done stkthort notloesnd the most reasonable terms. _ Professional Card: M. T* Waltok. K. D. Newma?, WALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock. - - Vuoisia. Will prse.tiee In Shensndoab sud adjoining coun ties, sUo la tbe Couit of Appeals of V?. and V. 8. ?District Court of Western District. July Uth,-ti, WD. L. BO HUM, ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's BuiiJing,>Yoodstock,Va Apt. 11th, 83,? ly. w Jt. R- ALEXANDER, _ ATTORNE? AT LAW IWlNCHESTF.R VIRGINIA. tar trill practice in Shenandoah County, attend Ing regularly the court*. Jan. 17?W. MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Viroinia. Office in Burner's Build nz. Julj 19, '82?ly. J no.....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 July 1883

l^enanbOwil? ? trato it"*-*?? Lisait? ??in a? S-ICNANDOAHr HERALD PUBLISHING CO - S^??e: r WOODSTOCK, VIR01NIA. WednMdati.Jnly 25, IS83. When the ancients underlook to give ixtrcfsion to their idea of the horrors of war, thev repeated a brief it avim whose perport was that the law? were silt nt while war prevailed.? Within our own recollection the people exjresscd iteir appreciation of war's a ost direful evil by referring to Hit fact that the pecple'a lit erlies were at the disposal ol tLe Secretaiy ol S'ate. Ihe itsnd of whose little bell was more? potent than the decisions of the higfcesi courts of the land. A more gloomv pictuic of the helpless condition o? a people could not ue painted. When the clouda of war had passed away, peace Irought no greater blessing tl an the nslored trot? ction of the people's ri.hts through the regularly constituted courts. From time immemorial the courts luve ccn minded the highest reaped. The forms cf address used In the prestuce of the court were...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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