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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 July 1883

WOODSTOCK VA. HetlucMlii) Julj 25, 1883. ~ TOWE AKD 00?HTY ATTAIBS. Entered at the Post Offie, st Woodstock, Va. t second-class matter.] Changa of scheduISj taking iffect Honda?, May 14th,18t>3. Matts trains due st Woodstock as follows: EAST BOUND. 331 Mail Express and Fasaengcr 9 M a- nr 385 Passenger sud way freight 10 30 s. m. Ml " " Through F.k Ex. 7 ?l p. in. WEST BOUND. 210Mail Express and Passenger 1 M p.m. uss Passenger snd Through Freight 7 46 a. an, 384 Pass, and way freight 2 13 p. ui. | (For any otberi articulara apply or write to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHTJRCH DIRECTORY. LUTHERAN. lisv. A. A. f, Bushong, preaches in the I.uthersn Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the l?t and 2d Sabbaths and st night ou the 4tL Subbsth of each month. METHODIST. Rer. J. B. Vsnhorn, preschesin the Methodist Church, at Wocdttock, on V\e id and 4th rundays. inorning and evening and at F.dlubnrg on 1st and 2d Bundays of each mouth, morning and evening. PRESBYTERIAN. ? rtev. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 July 1883

???tm anb ^?res?b*? A mixture of plasier, or gypsum and aabes is better for potatoes than either alone. It should be thrown on the leaves as much us possible where rains will soon enough wash it into the hill. The ashes help to liberate ammonia from the soil which is retained by the loose earth, and also by the plaster, mak? ing in the latter case a sulphate of ammonia. There is from nearly all parts of the country, a complaint that the apple crop is a failure. It is be^ coming a serious question whether the farmers of some sections can longer grow apples to a profit, The answer is that they probably can? not without such attention to man? uring and figbiing of insect ene? mies as has heretofore been given only by the professional fruit cul turist. The depicdations of insects on farmers, crops are compelling lar mers to learn a good deal of ento? mology. It is much less common than it was a few years ago to kiil a worm or bug merely because it looked ugly. Seme ot our best insect fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 August 1883

-??ff. TTW VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1883' no. a tS~FO. LISHED ??KELT B' SHENANeoXH. HERALD PUBLISHING CO WSubacripton, Osa DotLAjt ahd akalv per )?r payable In advance. All communicationsof private nature "?ill be barged tor as advertising. Job PrlntliiR. All kind? ot Job Work done ?tjihort notlceand tue most ??esonab'e terms. j*rofeishmal (hmlt. M. L. W altos, E. D. Kf:wm.vs, "?TALTO? ? W. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstoce. - - ViiuiisiA. Will practise lu Shemudoel und ?<' in ? ^com>. ties, als? ta the Court of Apt. als ol 'a. a:.d U. S District Court of Westarn I).strict. July Uah,_tf, WD. L. BO It UM, ? Attorney at Law. WOOPSTOl K, YIKG IS L A. Office in Bnriur's I3uiMinp,Woodatock,Va Apr. Uth, 83,?ly. ??V W. R- ALEXANDER, ?? ATTORNEY AT LVW IWlNCHLSTKK VlBOINIA. W1B practice In Sbcnaudoah County, attend Jan. lug regularly tbe court?. 1.11 MAKR F?. WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Woodstock, \ iroinia. Oflic?in Burner'* Build it?. .T'Oj- 1?, '82.-ly. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 August 1883

^benanboab ?trato n'tasuaxcB ?uns ?* S**rNAN0OAH * HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. WednesKJaor, Aug I, i??s:?. hef> Primary Meeting?. On text Satarday Precinct Meeting? will be held at everv precinct for the purpose ol selecting delegates to at? tend a Democratic Conn'y Convention. Let the Democrats attend these meet? ing. Let the people understand that the Democratic party is aroused and that they are going into this canvass to win. The Democrats cm and will carry the State. The debt question has been eliminated from politics and many readjustee are now acting with the Democratic party. They say they were readjustee from principle, but are not willing to be sold to the Re? publicans. Let tvery one who desire? the success of the Democratic party attend the meeting ntxt Saturday and contribute his personal it.lluence In starting the campaign against Ma honeitm and Radicalism. TI? o Flat for m We publish, in full, in this issue, the platform of the Democratic part...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 August 1883

|*3tnanb0alj ^ traft ?- -- ? ?> WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Aug 1, 1883. TOWI AID OOTJr?TY ATTAIBB. EnUred at the PoatOffle, at Woodstock, Va., a , second-class matter.] Change of schedule taking effect Monday, Slay 14th, 1883. Make* tra?na due at Woodstock aa follows: EAST BOUND. 991 Mall Express and Fassenger lUi.n' 2*4 Faseengsr and way freight 10 30 a. m. ?1 " " Through F. * Ex. "51p, va. WE9T BOUND. 210 Mall Express and Patsenger lMp.m. 28? Patseugsr and Through Freight 7 15 a. eu. 284 1 sts sad way freight 2 13 p. tu. | |For any other ?articulara apply or write to me I R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. C?XJRCIi DIRECTORY. umui'k Rsv. A. A.4. Bushong, pteachesiu the Latberan Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the 1st and 2d Sabbaths and at night on the 4th Sabbath of ?ach month. METHODIST. Rev. J.B. Yanhorn, preaches In the Methodist Cburcb, at Woodstock, ou the 2d and 4th Sundays, Booming and evening and at Edlnbmg on 1st and 2d Sundays of escb month, morning and evening. TRESB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 August 1883

htm an*) ?lircsibt. Household IliiiU Never put pickles in a jm that baa bad lard in ?t. lieeswax and salt will make rus ty flatirons as smooth a3 glass. Fish may be scaled much more easily il dipped for an instant in boiling water. It will rest you to change your seat in the room occasionally, it \ou have a long day's sewing to do. Tcugh meat mr.y be made as ten? der as any by the addition of a little vinegar to the water when it is put on to boil. It soothes and cools a icveiish patient to Lathe him with warm wa? ter in which a little, salaratus has been dissolved. Roasted coflle is one of the most powerful disinfectants, not only ren? dering animal and vegetable effluvia harmless ?but really destroying them. If the brass top of kerosene lamp has come off, it my Le repair? ed with plaster ot Paris wet with a little water, and will be as strong U ever. To beat the whiles of eggs quick? ly, put in a pinch ot salt. The cooler the eggs, the quicker they will froth. Salt ceols and also ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 August 1883

YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 188? NO. 42. ta ?Tj.LisHiti ?rtaatT ht SetCNANUOAH HEF.. T PUBLISHING CO W?ubscrlpton, Osa Dollar and a-half per year payable in advance. AU oommnnlcatloiisof private nature will be j barged for as advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work don? et'.short notlceand j tne most reasonsn'e terms. Professional Cards. M. L. Wajltom, E. D. Xkwuan, WALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstocx. - . Virginia. WU1 practise in Shenandoah and adjoining eouu- ] tiee, also In the Court of Appeals of Va. aud l". S l'istrict Court of Western Uiatrict. July llth,-tf, WD. L. BOUUM, a ATTORNEY AT LAW. WOODSTOCK, VIBQINIA. Office in Burner's Buildin|:,?Voe>ilsU>e-k,Yi\ j Apr. llth, 83,?ly. wm. r- alexander, attorney at law Winchester Vikiunia. W~ W1U practice in Shenandoah County, attend? ing regularly the court?. Jan. 17?tt. MARK B. WUNDER, attornly at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office in Burner's Building. Julj 1!), '82.-ly. jno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 August 1883

IB ?O.LNB?P ?BBKL1 ?v ? rlCNANOOAH HERALD PUBL18HINQ CO W?UDSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wed oe? ?I ay. Ana; 8, I ??S3. v^^?^???????^?^?? The New York Time*, Tribune and other Republican papers do not like the platform of the Virginia Democrats. This is one of the most favorable indi? cations. The Democrats of Virginia did not try to gel up a platform that would please tl e Republicans. The fact that it is a good platlorm is the reason thev dislike it. They wanted the Democrats lo put up a plalform that would not please the people. The Democrats declined to do so, but put up onethat pleases those most interested In the prosperity of Virginia. If they had opposed the debt settlement and Ltd done as Mabcncite journals pre? dicted tl ey would do, it would have pleased tlciu. The Democrats say lhaj iLe debt is settled. It is settled accord itig to tie rwd|Ustcra' ideas and it ?ecnie s'.tacge that they should not be ??atitfltd when the Democrats agree to jet It re-main let lit d. If tue Readjus? tee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 August 1883

?fynantoalj ?craft WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Aug. 8, 1883. ~TOWH ASP OQUltTY AFFAIBB. entered at the Post Offie, st Woodstock, Va., s aaoond-class matter.] Change of ?chedn'e taking tffect Monday, May I4th.l889. Make? traius due st Wcodtteck as follow?: EA8T BOVND. SSI Mall Express and Fassenger 9 24 a. m' 385 Passenger and aay freight 10 SO a. m. Ml ? " Through F.k Ex. 7 M p. m. WEST BOCND. 310 Mail Express and Passenger 1 M p.m. ass Passenger and Through Freight 7 45 a. sn. 3*4 Isbb. sad tray freight 2 13 p. in. I For any other ?articulais apply or write to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. C^ITTRCIi DIRECTORY. Ll"riJERA"?. Rev. A. A.f. Bnsbong, preachesiu the 1 atberau Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the 1st and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the 4a Sabbath of each month. MKTHOD1ST. Rct. J.R. Ysnhorn, preaches In th* Methodist Church, at W'oodttock, on ths 2d and 4th Miudajs. morning and evening and st Edinbmg on 1st and 3d BUndajs of each month, morning and evening. issssi isaiis. k?t....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 August 1883

Agricultural Item??. [American Cultivator,] Sheep are at this season much troubled with the gad fly, Yvliicli lays eggs in their nostrils, and these hatching out cause the grub on the head. Tarring the noses is a good preventive. It may be done by giving salt to slicep in a narrow dish that has tar smeared on its pides, or compelling them to lick their salt through a tarred rii?g barely wide enough to ;.dmit the ncse. It will pay to sow a bushel ol rye per acre in the coin tield now, and have it reedy to plough under when you take the corn oil* It is a first-class lertilizer for sandy laud or other land that is lacking in vegetable matter, and upon heavy clay land its mechanical e fleet s in lightening up the soil aie equal to its fertilizing powers tor increasing the growth ot next veer's crop. If plants are watered the Yvoik should Le done late in the afternoon or evening. Transplanted cabba? ges are best protected licm the beat of the sun by shading with a large leaf, wet to make...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 August 1883

%| 11IIU v% |l| YOL.63, WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1883 NO. 43. tS ?DrLIKH?l. ?BSKLT BV SHENaNOOAH HERALD PUBLISHIN? CO ??H?ubsorlpton, One Dollah a?n a-hali- per year payable in advance. All communication? of private natura will be barged for a? advertising. Job ??rioting. All kind? of Job Work done ?t;?hort notlceand j tne soit reasonable terms. Professional (kirdt. M. L. Walto?, E. D. Newman, WALTON & WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock. - . Vibginia. Will practise in Shenandoah and adjoining couu tiee, also in the Couit ef Appeals of Va. and V. 8. District Court of Wertem District. July ltth,?tf. WD. L. 13 O B ? M i ? ATTORNEY AT Law. WOODSTOlK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burmr's BuiMin^AYoodstock.Ya Apr. 11th, M,?ly. W>!- sV '?! XABPIB, w? ATTORNEY AT LAW Winchester Virginia. tW W1U practice in Sbeuaudcah County, attend? ing regularlv the courtf. Jan. 17?tf. MARK B. WUNDER, ATT?KNEY AT LAW. V.'OCIPST?CK, \ 1 KG INI A. Oflioe iu Burner's BoUdinr*. July...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 August 1883

r \tmxtom\ %tt$b I? ?tULISHSD ?7*1*1.1 at S-tENANDOAM HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIUCINI A. Wedneailaj, Anir. 15, is?1?. ( Democratic Convention Miuutes of lbs Democratic net ling held at VYootitlock, Sslurday, Aug. 11. 1883. Meetiug called 10 order by E. D. Newman, chairman of Democratic countv committee. Dr. P. E. B ce made temporary chairman. Ambrose L. Henkel, on n.otiou ol Dr. J. L Campbell, elected Secretary. On motion ol H. C. Allen, Dr. F. E. Rice made permencnt chaiunau. On motion ol H. C. Allen, Jos, II. Spenghrwas DomiDSlcd lor *>gisla ture. Dr.'Chas. S}ducr n toaded il e Domina* Inn; the nomination was nade by ai clamation and unnnimous. The county chairman at niuncid that the Senitormi Convention would be held at New Market, batarday, Bept. 8th, at il o'clcck. The folh wir," deli gates and ult?males wen ehcttd to atltod the convention. DELI GATES AT LARGE. Peltr Ht si on. Josish Stick'ev, Wa . H. Sites. Dr. Y. Y. Rice ?as added lo the del?galas it 'erke....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 August 1883

?Ijwantoalj frtral?) WOODSTOCK VA. Heanesduv Aug. 8, 1883. TOWN AND 00??XTY AFFAIRS. Entered at the Post Offie, at Woodstock, Va., taecond-clast matter.] Change of schedule taking tffect Monday, Mav 14th, 18b3. Mikes trains due at Wocdttick aj follows: EAST BOUND. 231 Mail Express and Fassenger 9 24 a. in 28* Psssenger and way freight 10 30 a. m. 291 " " Through F. k Ex. 7 M p. m, WK8T BOUND. 210Mail Expresssnd Passenger ; 1 M p.m. SSI Passenger sud Through Freight 7 46 a. m, 284 lass, and way freight 2 13 p. m. | [For any other ?articulara apply or write to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ??i?TJRoil DIRECTORY. :t lI'tuska?. Rat. A. A.I. Bushong, prearhesiu the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the 1-t and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the 4th Sabbath of each month. METHODIST. Rev. J.K. Vanborn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodttock, on the 2d and 4th Sundays, morning and evening and at Fdiubnrg ou 1st and 2d Sundays of each month, morning and evening. .PRKSEYTEKIAS. K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 August 1883

Feeding land ?MU < lore Tlicre is no crop so valuable tie renovation ot parth'exhaus land. I say partly e lausted, if grain lands f.rc <?-mist bey degree of fertility, uic clover p] cannot be grown. There is a qi tion that otten ?rises in the mit of many farmers as to how t can best utilize the crop to inert fertility. One asks whether il the best for the land to plow the first crop growth after sced? or let it go over to a second ye growth. Having no ?egard for use ol land, there night be bv*n to the soil by the rest ot a seci year, but the clover plant le ?>ennia), or at least it 13 80 clas and is largely so in habit, as few plants in ordinary soils 1 survive the second season, it evident that the first crop is I to plow in as a fertilizer and le vator. If it is the chief object the fat mer to em ich his land. 1 that by growing clover lo turn ? the greatest good will be gained plowing in the first crop w hen it in lull bloom and near maiur but, it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 August 1883

YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 188?$ NO. 41 t? ?OaiusHKD wwaair ai tHCNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO j-i-i-i?. . *t -. ?or-dabscrlpton, Ons Donnas aso a-halv per year payable in advance. All communications of private nature will be barged for at ?dverthtlng. Job PrinUiiK. Ill kind? of Job Work done ?tbthort notier and tne most reasonable terms. Professional Cards. M. L. WalTO?, E. D. Newman, WALTON A WALTOK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, W->0??TOCK. - - VlBGlXIA. Will practise in Shenandoah and adjoining conu- ? ties, ?uto In the Court of Appeals of Va. and V. S. District Court of Western District. July Utb,-tf, WD. L. BORUM, e Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building, Woodstock.V a | Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. TA"?/ *? ?" ALEXAN attorne? at law Winchester Virginia. tW Will practice in Shenandoah County, attend? ing regularly the courts. Jan. IT -t?. MARK B. WUNDER. attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office in Burner's Buildins. July IS, '82.-ly. jno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 August 1883

?. btttsnboab fftralb II tB.USHlD syBSXLt >B ? HCNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ? a? ? WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedueetlaj. Ans;. 22, 1S83. , ^deh.ocrat?c"ticket. For the Legislature, JOSEPH H SPENGLER. The Stolen Flat font. The coalltiotisls unable to success? fully asiail the Deroocrali". ...laform, profesa to believe that the remoerats Late Holen their ; ' form. This charge might be believed were it not lor the ev'dtnce. The coalitionists have no plath rm that was worth steal? ing. A review of the priuciple? an? nounced by the Democratic platform will convince auyone that it is not of coalition origin. I* pon the debt ques? tion, the Democrats accept the fact that the debt is settled. This accept? ance, upo.n their part, Is cons:rued by coti'iior^jw^s an endorsement ot the mode ot^WswTwTwi ? ?jach however is not the case. Whatever be the honor or the disgrace attached to the mr de of utilement, it doe? not belong to the democratic party. They accept the works? one for which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 August 1883

?Ijfn??tt?sCa?I) $rrali* WOODHTOCK VA. VAeaneadaT Aug. 22, 1883. JTOWK AND OOUKTY ATrAIBS. Entered at the Post Orne, at Woodstock, Va.; a isecoud-cla.b matter.] Change of sehexlu.e takiLg ?fleet Monday, May 14th, 1HKJ. Makes trains due at Wonflsailk as follows: EAST BOIXP. 2S1 M?il Express and Passenger t 24 a. m Jbi Passenger and way freight 1? 30 a. m. 391 *? " Through V. A Ex. 7 01 p. ni. WBST HOVNI'. 210 Mall Express and l'arsenger ? 1.11 p.m. 2^ Passenger ?nd 'I lnough Ettight 7 46 a. hi. 3M lass, and way n- 2 13 p. ui. | For ?ny other ?artic?lala apply or write to me K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ?^Trl-?JItOIi DIRECTORY. :?? i iriioiit.-. Tier. A. A. t. Bushong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock oa lb? mornings of Iba l-t sud M Sabbaths und at night ou the 4th babbeth of each month. MsTBOPlIT. Rev. J. R. Vai.boru, preaches la Um M?< Church, at Woodstock, on the -:d and 4th f-nndaya, j morning and t-M ?iiug ai.d at Edtnbmg onltt ?ad | 3d Sundays of each mostb, mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 August 1883

;arot atib ?tresitii;. * High I*rlt'OH for Jcr?soys Two hundred gentlemeu and about 50 ladies assembled at the Simpson Farm, near Hunt's Point, in the annexed district, yesterday, the occasion being the third annual sale ol Jersey cattle, I rom the cele? brated ?Simpson herd. On the lawn in the rear oi the homestend two spacious maiquee tents had been erected lor the accommodation of the visitors. In the rear of these was a ter table ander tan vas, wlieie the 60 animais to be sold were piaccd on exhibition. The fourth tent wa I to lunch, ?which was served al midday, Mr. "\\ illiam Kaston oiiieiated as sales? man, and a dozen employes of the iarni, tlreased in gaudy uniforms of ted and bine, led the handsome animals about the lawn for ?nspec tion. Several ol tiie iamous bull.? ot the herd were ex' ibited previ? ous to the sale, which begun short? ly alter 11 o'clock. The bidding was spirited.especially when Rayon D'Or, the famous util ci the herd and Lady Vertumnus, one of tin. hands...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 29 August 1883

VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESI^Y, AUGUST 20, 1883 NO. 45. Il FOrfLISHED ?CULI B? 8HCNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?Wtiubscrlpton, One Dollab ano ??ali per year payable in advauce. All communications of private nature will b? barged for as advertising. Job FriutliiK All kind! of Job Work done atlshort notlceand tne moat reasonable terms. jProfessio-nal Card*. N. L. Walton. E. I). Newmas, ?njALTON * WALT attorneys at law, Woodstock. ? ? Viboinia. Will practise in Shenaudoah and Adjoining coun tiea, also in tbe Court of Appeals of Va. and I*. S. District Court of Western District. July lltb,?tf, WD. L. B O H U M, ? Attoknky at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building, Woolstock.Y a Apr. lllh, 83,?ly. \\TM. K- ALKXAN attorn es at law Winchester Virginia. V0" Will practice in Sbenandoah County, attend in? regularly the courte. Jan. 17?tf. MARK B. WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT I kW. Woodstock. Virginia. OtDcc iu Burner's Build n^. July 1?. ?82.-ly. jno. l. keller, attorney at ?law, Woo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 29 August 1883

^nanboalj! 3?er?db IS ?TJ PUSHED WWH.LI ST S4CN1N00AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. WedncHilai, Aug. 29, ISS3. ? democratTlTticket. For the Legislature, JOSEPH H SPENGLEK. Every vote should be secured at this election. We have newr had one ol greater lanportanae to the people. The conteet tide Tear ii bet tree o b?ssism or ring rule and ihe people. I1 the coalitiouists carry the State, Ha> hone is si cure la his bossism. If the Democrats carry the S ate we ?111 have a government for the people and by the people. Coalitionists want p.y Ii r what they have done. They hare sought the offices, rode into them on the hobby of the public debt and now want the peo pie to pay them for duing so. At the election, thev "ill receive their pay. The news from di?erent sections of the State is encouraging to the Demo? crats. The party is becoming aroused to the importance of the issue at stake and we have reason to hope will turn out and vote, Sbcnandoab has a large reserve d...

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