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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 August 1883

^tnanb?ub fjunfr WOODSTOOU; VA. WeaneadUY Aug. SO, IMS. l?OWH AMD COUNTY ?FF AIES. Entered at the Post Offle, at Woodstock, Va. a tecond-class matter.] 9 24 a.in? to 30 a. m. T?l p. in. :iM p.m. 7 46 a. m. 213 p. m. Change of schedue taking effect Monday, May 14th,18S3. Makes tritius due at Woodht.ck al follow?: EAST BOUND. 331 Mail Expresa and Fassengcr 385 Passenger and way freight 391 " " Through r.k Ex. WM 1IOVND. 210 Mail Fxprecsand I'asseiger 28-> Passenger and 1 lnouul. 1 rtdght 284 lasa, and way irt-igbt | IFor any other rarticu?aia ajinly or writ? to me U. L. CAMI'MXL, Agt, CTa??ROI-I DIRECTORY. LOTBUtBA?. Fey. A. A. 4. Bneboug, i reuehesin the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the morning? ol the 1st and 2d Baatosih? and at night on the US. Sabbath o? each month. altTHOHlsr. Rey. J. B. Yanhorn, prtaehel in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on the '.d and 4th fuudajs, morning and evening and at I dlnbarg on let aud 2d SuLdajs it each n ontb, mi (nil g and iva log. , IBT...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 August 1883

mta it?tb 3F?res?bt. ^<s *???? - ? tImL? It is peer eccuomy to lurn straw. There arc so many useful purposes lor straw that the wise fanner will scarcely need to have recourse to tire to get rid of if. it makes an excellent mulch for all kinds of fruit trees and berry vines. Use it for beddidg and by frequent charging increase the compost heap. ?Spread it on dry knells and places in rr.cidcws and postures where:he grass has Lurried or died ouf. An eastern farmer irrigated hi* cabbage patch, situated in a small orchard ol young trees. wilh the waste water from the bouse.convey irg it thither thiough home-made leading troughs, hewed out ol ond growth saplings. The result was an extraordinary growth ot of cabbages and turnips and in creased thrift ot the lurit trees, while the house was rid of a stag nant draiu and unsightly wasts. ThelliglH'Ht Kiliualion There is a gieat deal that is wrong in oui modern method ol education. It teaches a man to he a gentleman, Lut yet does not give ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 September 1883

VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1888 NO. 46. |l|tnattbi)al| ?.eruto ta ?c.HKHiD waatLi a? SHCNB.NDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?aT-fJubscripton, Os? Dollab akd a-halv per year payable in advance. AU communications of private nature will be barged for as advertising. Job PrintluR. All kinds of Job Work done atjshort notlceand trie moat reaaonabie terms. Professional Card*. M. L. Waltos, E. D. Newman, WALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodbtocb. . . VlBOISlA. Will practise in She.naudoah and adjoining conn? ues, aleo in the Court of Appeals of Va. and D. S. District Court of Wes-.ern District. July llth,_tf, WD. L. B 0 H U M , ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Offic?in Burner's Buililnip.Woodstocit.Va Apr. 11th, 83,? ly. n'M.ll- ALK.WNDER, ?? attorney at law Winchester Virginia. tW Will practice in Kheuandoah County, attend? ing regulativ the courts. Jan. I7-tf. ? MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock. Vikoinia. Office iu Burner's Builelnz. July I?, >82.-ly....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 September 1883

Il ?CJlJBHID ?SBILT HT B'tCWA.NDOAW HERALD PUBLISHING CO tot^f?t ! ?? * ^?lv WOODSTOCK, VIltr.lXIA. W< ?lit ??<>?) SrplS, IS83. DEMOCRATTc TICKET. FOU TUR I.KilSLATVKE, JOSIPH H SPENGIER. ?lB!!-!!-?M,-?l'??,,?? Work! Work!! Work!!! Let werk be the wutthword oi everv democrat boa now until the day of election. By work, we mean work, not talk. ANoyer the State we hear ot the enthusiastic weik of the democratic ^arly, old ai d JOBOt, All bave gone towitk. active wcik, resolvedto no le i ter et eine lie eiespot.c sway of a blocd tlirstj, Mirping tyrant. The angle saxon blood of Virginia Free? men bes at length been aroused at the near apiroaeb of dui ger to their time houritd aid free institutions, ni:d they have joined in a life and death s ruggle fcr tie recovery of their usurped riphts. Stall SI." urrdeah Democrats, alone, le slugiiaids in IL? flghl I The time has cometo acik. The time Las come wten every ?.iicrmtn must kLOw at.d feel ll at it Is 1 is ^imperative duty to tak...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 September 1883

?Ijmanb?al^ ?jtral?) WtlOllMTOCK VA. \? edncadav Kept. 3, 1883. TOW? AND COUNTY AFFALES. Entered at the Post Offie, at Woodatoc*, Va. a second-class matter.] Change of schedule taking . lie. t Monday, May l?tfi,18H3. Makes trains due at limit? IK as follows: EAST BOt'ND. Ml Mail Express and Kassenger '.' 24 a. St' ?J<- Passenger and way fr. lu 3u a. tu. irtll " '? Through K. * Ex. TBlywaa. VXR not nu. 210Hall F.xpressand Passenger 1 M p.m. BBS Passenger and Through freight 7 45 a. in. ?S4 1 asa. and way freist 1 13 i> i Kor any other ?articulara ajqiy or wnte to me U. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. t-HURCH DIRECTORY. U rllti:?.,. '? P.ev. A. A.-f. Bushemg, ire-nchesin t!>e Lutheran Cliure-h, at Woodstock on the me.i nines i.i lbs 1*8 and 2d Sabbaths aud at night ou the ill: Sabbath of each mouth. MCTHomar. ReT. J.B.Vsnborn, j reaches in t! > >; ?Jhnrch, at ?iVocdstock, 08 the 2d and 4th ?.undajs, niorrjing and evening aril at 1 -dinbnrg on 1st and 2d bundajs el eaeh Saoatb, naonll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 September 1883

arm nvto 3F?res?l>*. llntT to Tell n ?L?ootl Potato. To diatingnish a gootl from a peor potato, take a souutl one, pay no attention to its outward appear? ance, lut divide it into two parts with a sharp knife and examine the exposed inner surfaces. If there is so much water or '?nice' that a slight pressure would seemingly cause it to lall off in drops, you rnay le Minted it will be a 'soggy' .liter it is boiled. This is evidence of a peor potato, ami don't yon buy it. Tl.e lollowing aie tue requisite qualities o? a go:d potato: When cut into, the color should be yellow ish while'; it it il 1 deep vdlow it will not cook well. There must be a considerable amount of mois ture, though not enough to collect iu drops ;>nd fall off, even with moderate pressure. Hub the two pieces together, snd, il if is good, ? white froth will appear around the edges ind also upon the taro surface? after t icy are separated. This signifies the presence of ? proper quantity ot starch. Tl.e more (rot...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 September 1883

T" ??*" il lipli YOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 188? NO. 47. ^imanboalj ferais is ?crushed ??buy a* 8HCHANDOAH HERALD PUBUBHINQ CO aVBubsoriptou, On? Dollab ani a-halv per year payable In advance. AH communications of private nature will be barged for aa advertising. Job Printing* AH kinds of Job Work done atjahort notlceaud j ?ne most reasonable terme. Professional Cants. M. L. Walton, E. D. Nkwmak, "*rj|TALTON ft WALT??' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock. - - Viroinia. Will practise in Shenandoah and adjoining coun? ties?, also in tbe Court of Appeals of Va. and I1. S. District Court of Western District. July llth,-tf, WD. L. B O It U M, ? AttornKY at Law. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Bui!elinr?,Woo]st"ek,Va Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. ll'JI,K' AMXANIUH. ?? AT I ORNE\ AT LAW WlNCIIKSTKR VlROiNIA. fV Will practice in Shenaudoab County, attend? ing regnlarlv the courts. Jan. 17?tf. MARK B. WUNDER, ATTOBNEY AT LAW. Woodstock, Vliteral*. Office in Burner's liuiUl in?-. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 September 1883

IS tOsiLlSBED ?Bt&tt BV BufHANQQAK HERALD PUBLISHING ?0 WOODSTOCK. YIUCIN1A. We?Ine*<?5ij. Sep 12 . i?83. ~DE!?.OCRATIC TICKET. Fon the Senate : DAVID S HENKEL. F( R THE !.! OISLATORB, JOSIPH H SPENGLEB. ss?a>a?aaBa?arss?awaTa?Aa?aasisAasjr?D?nsjjHssxsja^ (;? n. JaS. d the peo? ple i ' - ill at II t- Court IIou*?\ last Morjt'av: II-s speech >\ns an al e T.nd'cati? n ol iba poshioo o! the Demo* era tic pariy ni.d a strong hit ..i.um.iit of Mai.on?' acd th< C'oelitiouists. He re? view ?-.-d the Bdrolnistratlon of President Arthur end challenged the Coalit lo slow wl at Arthur bad ever dont for Virginia. Elis ?p cell was atten? UtcI) Ittteotd U bj a large cumber ?I our citizens. Mr. 1>. S. Be: kel candidate for the Sena e In va I ir >si d tbe per pie last M< i <:;v. He i xpli mi d ful.y the passag' e>f the Henkel bill, wi ich 1 : s rtcnrtd to the schools tier shr.ieof ihe public funds and cremen siru'ed e!i arlj il - .. den ocratic ROC-'. id Bod i assi d ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 September 1883

?h, WOODSTOCK VA. iVetliiCMla, Sept 12, 1883. ~T0V1 AJTO OOTTHTI AITAIB8. Entered at the Post Oftie, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] Change of schedule , taking i fleet Monday, May 14th, 18S3. Make? train? due at WtediUck a? follow?: EAST BOUND. aBl Mall Expreu and Fassenger 0 34 a. m* IMS Pmenger ?nd w?v freight ll' Sei ?. m. Ml " " Through F. A Ex. 7 51 p.m. WEST BOUND. SID Mall Expr?s?and Passenger 1 51 p.m. 28-s p?t?cnger ?nd Through Freight 7 4? a. m 384 l?s?. ?ud w?y freight 2 13 p. in. For any other ^articulera apply or write to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. 'i_i?a. ' _ ._ a. _. CHTJKCH DIRECTORY. MHSttBAsM Bear. A. A.'. Bushong, preaches in the LBtheran Church,?! Woodstock on the mornings of tbe 1st ?nd 3d Sabbaths and at night ou the 4th Uabbsth of each month. METHODIST. Rer. J.B. Vanbcrn, preaches in tbe Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on the id and 4th Sundays, morning ?ad evening ?nd at Idlnbnig on 1st ?nd 2d bund?)? of etch mouth, tucTtiicgand itiuing. PRESBYTSIUAN....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 September 1883

The Whj to Handle Sheep There is a right and a wrong way. a bard and an easy way an awkward way and a skillful way to catch and handle sheep. A great many men will catch the sheep by the wool or. the back wilh both hards, and liit the animal clear from the ground by the wool only. Barbarous ? 1. t boom peat giant grasp yon by t-! e hair of your head and lit' you from the grouiid h\ the hair only ! Would you not struggle and squirm worse than the mute sheep does when lifted by the wool? And would there not be a complaint c? a sore head fora week or two? It yen do not believe it, try the experiment. We ? tve slaughterd a great ma - ni sheep in years last, and, when ?en ou: g the pelt of such sheep a> had been handled by t lie wool, we never failed to observe that be Death the skin, wherever the ani? mal had leen caught by the wool, blood had settled. In many instan ces the skin had leen separated from the bedy so that iiiflamation was apparent. \ve have known proprie! ra ol sheep t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 September 1883

fcenun?rai Im ill YOL. 63, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 188? NO. 48. Il ?tuLISHKD flIILI ?V ?HCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO Oftiubscripion, One Ixjlue *sb a-hal? per year p?y?ble In advance. AU communications of private uature will b? barged for as advertising. Job Printing AU kinds of Job Work done at|short notloeand the most reasonable terms. Professional Cardt. YWVALTON k V M. L. Walton, E. D. Newman, LTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock. - . YimaisiA. Will practise In Shenandoau and adjoining coun? ties, also In the Court of Appeals of Va. and ?. 8. District Court of Western District. July lltb.-tf, WD.L.B011UM, ? Attoknky at Law. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Buildmg.Woodstock.Va Apr. Uth, 83,?ly. W>1- R- ALEXAN attorney at law Winchester Virginia. If Will practice in Sbeuaudoah County, attend? ing regular!* the court?. Jan. 17-tf. MARK IS. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Vikoinia. Office iu Burner's Building. July 13, '82._ly. jno..l. kelle?, attorney...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 September 1883

tS ttJL18BS? fSIILI FT ?_**?* ?.MOO A H HERALD PUBLI8KINQ CO WOODSTOCK, V1BG1N1A. I SB. I Wednesday, SeplO, la%M. ^dei?ocratTc~tigket. ~ For the Senate: DAVID S- HENKEL. For the Lfoislatikk, JOSEPH H SPENGLER. Every Democrat, who desires to sec the success of bis party, should not only vote but werk. The Majority of the people of this county are Democrats. They are not Radicals and will not be sold by Mahone. There is restlessness in the ranks of 11 e coalitionists. In spite of tie parly whip andlheeflort to keep the debt question be lore the party, and the statement that the Den ocrais would repeal tie bill, settling the debt, r.ot wilhitatdins tie public declaration in Convention, tint they accepted the decision of the curt as Una! upon the subject, in spile of ll ese? things there Is restlessness in !l e rank?. Many men wlo votedlbe rrrnusler ticket OOD04 believe in pcmilling theaegroes to Control the legis^ati n of the Sta'e. They co not wart negro trustees for while eclcols. Tl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 September 1883

^Manb0alj Itralb WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Kept. 10, 1883. "TOW AHD COUNTY AITAIES. Entered st the PostOffie, at Wood.tock, Vs. second-class matter.] Change of schedule, taking- effect Monday, May l*th,18MS. Make? Umua due at Woo<laatnk .an follows: EAST BOUND. 881 Msll Express and I'assenger 9 24 a. nx' 286 Passenger and way freight In 30 a. id. ?Ml " " Through F. k Ex. 761 p.m. WEST HOUND. 810 Mall Express and Passenger 1 M p.m. 288 Passenger and '1 hrough ireight 7 4ft a. hi. 284 1 ass. sud way freight 2 18 p. m. For any other ?articulare apply or wtite to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CWTJ-RCH DIKECTORY. unsnauh. 7. Rev. A. k.i. Bnahong, preaches In the Lutheran Church, st Woodstock on the mornings of the jut snd 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the 4Ui Sabbath ot each month. METHODIST. Rev. J. B. Vanhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on the 2d and 4tb rundayg. morning and evening and at Kdinbnrg on 1st and 2d Buudaja of each n.outb, morning and evening. PRKSBVTEKlAN. i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 September 1883

tar?n anb jF?resfo? sssai Too Much liny. A cow must be well fed. It is not enough to feed a cow all the hay she cao eat. Generally it is not advisable to feed a cow all the hay she can eat. Hay is difficult to digest, and it" as much is fed as the cow can eat the digestive or? gans will be burdened to such an extent that the animal cannot di? gest enough nutriment to enable her to yield as large a tlow of milk as she otherwise could. In regard to this matter. Professor L, li. Arnold ?ays : "The slow and im? perfect manner in which common hay digests is an objection to us? ing it to the extent many dairymen do as the main tood for the diary. It is otten the boast that cows have all the hay they can eat, and it is a boast that does not speak well for the largest returns. Hay will not allow of the best returns in milk production. Dried grass will eh very well, but common liay would require an amount burdensome for a cow to carry, an umount beyond the capacity ot her stomach, to yield t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 September 1883

YOL. 63a WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 188? NO. 49. is ???lishbd waaxLT bt SHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO raT-8ubscrlpton, Onb Dulus as? a-halt per year payable In advance. All oonunnnlcatlona of private nature will be barged for aa advertiaing. Job Printinjc. Alt kinds of Job Work done stjshort noticesnd tne most reasonable terms. Profetsional Card?. M. L. Walton, E. D. Nlwmas, WALTON & WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Will practise in Sheusndoah and adjoining coun? ties, also in the Court of Appeals o? Va. and D. 8. District Court of Western District. July 11th,?tf, WD. L. BORU M. ? Attorn ky at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. OflBcein Burner's Building, WooJstock,Va Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. w m. r- alexander, attorney at law Winchester Virginia. Car* Will practice in Sheuandoah County, attend? ing regularle the courts. Jan. 17- tf. MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Vikginia. Office iu Burner's Build.02. July 10, '82?ly. JSO..L. KF.I.l.FH, attorney at |law, Woodstock, Shena...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 September 1883

?|lj!?nanbo??b ft truf? II fDrfLWHKD ?WH KV ?HCNANDOAM HERALD PUBU8HIN0. CO WOODSTOCK, VI U< i INI A. WednetsUay, Sop SO, {S83. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6th. For the senate : DAVID S HENKEL. For the Legislature, JOSEPH H SPENGLER. Mr. Henkel, in a letter in this Uiue gives a statement concernios the authorship of the Henkel bill which will be interesting to our readers. Guiteav's bullet made Arthur president, (but even the bullet of an assassin cannot put bita in that place again. ???as?? .?a?i ? Present appearance indicate that the people of Virginia have determined that they can manage their ?flairs with? out the aid of a boss. Let them vote "bossism" ont this fall and they need not fear his efforts hereafter. Stalwart Radicalism, with the as? sistance of Mahone, cannot hold their grip upon the people of the United States. If Arthur could even ?et the nomination of the Republican partv, he could not get the votes of thousands of Republicans who want a governme...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 September 1883

WOO DHTOCK VA. U edne-wlay Kept. 30, 18S3. TOWH AUD OOTTUTY AITAIBB. Enterest at the Post Orbe, st Woodstock, Vs.; s second-class matter.] Change of acbedule? taking effect Monday, Mav 14th, 1883. Makes trains due at WoodaWc-k as follows: EAST BOCND. 181 Mail Express and Fassenger 9 24 a. m" Usi Passenger and way freight 10 30 a. m. ?VI " " Through F. k Ex. 7 61 p.m. WE8T BOCX1). 110 Mall Express and Passenger 1 M p.m. 3Bs Paasenger and Through Freight 7 46 a. m. 384 Pasa, and way freight 3 13 p. w. For any other ?articulara apply or write to me K. L. CAMPBELL. Agt. CHTJBCHDIRECTORY. LDTHEBAr.. JTRst. A. k.i. Buahong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the 1st and 3d Sabbaths and at night on the 4th bebbeth of each month. * METHODIST. Rev. J.R. Vanhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on the 2d and 4th Mitiday?. morning and evening and at Kdlnbnrg on 1st and 3d Hundaj s of each month, morning and evening. VRESBTTKniAN. itsv. R. H. Flemin...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 September 1883

^??tm an?r ^im?r*? You cannot beat and swear a colt into a good horse. This course bas been pursued ever since the first few colts were foaled, and the Universal verdict is that it is a lam? entable P failure. Even they who whip the hardest and swenr the loudest will agree to that verdict The Arab, as is well known, brings the horse to such marvelous per faction as characterizes Arabian horses through the exercise of un verying kindness from the time the colt is foalded until the horse dies. The family and the colt occupy the same apartment frequently, ai.el the anima! is at all times peifectlv familiar with the voine and touch ot those about him. He fears not h ing, for there is nothing to fear. He learns from the very beginning that man is his friend and protec? tor. The idea of master, which obtains among us, is never enter? tained la Arabia, while in truth the Arabian is more truly and perfectly tha master ot the animal than we ate. We are appaiently satisfied with the name, and...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 October 1883

YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883 NO. 50. ^btnanboalj Cirait) te ?l'iLUHir, wWBILT ?? SHCHASOOAr? HERALD PUBLISHING CO Bf bubscript?NK 'no Dolla? ins a halv per year payable in advance. All communications of private nature will ba barged for as advertising. Job PrintlUK* All kinds of Job Work done af.short notlctand trie moat reasonable terms. Professional Cards. w M. L. Waltos, E. D. Nkwsjas, ALTON * WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WoOPS?fXS. - - VlBOINlA. Will practise in Shenandoah and adioining coun? ties, also in the Court of Ap] rals ot Va. and V. S. District ?onrt of YV entern l'istru-t. July llth,-tf, WD. L. B 0 R U M. ? Attorney" at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Bunur's BnJli)ing,iVoodstoek,Ya Apr. 11th, 83,-ly. w M. sV ALEXANDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW WlNCHESTKR VlKUINIA. Will practice In Shenandcah County, attend larlvr ing regularlv the court?. Jan. IT?tf. MARK 13. WONDER, attorney at law. Woodstock. Virginia. Office iu Burner's Baildini*. .Tub' It, tth-iy. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 October 1883

M ?rj^LlSHID ?nui >v arfCNANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO (Ci-'j; WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wcduefsdaj, Ott 3, IS83. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election, (Tuesday. Nov. 6th. Foh THE SENATE : DAVID S. HENKEL. Por the Legislature, JOSEPH H SPENGLER. Gen. Mahoxe has issued another circular endorsing the Washington Republican, and the Republican ex? p?alos the remark about Albert Sidney Johnston which was as follows: ?'Johnston was a rebel, and a dan? gerous one; a traitor and a bad one To venerate his memory is to ""prolong bis treason down to date, and criminate with him all ti ose who do it, and who are none the less contemptibly oTa? lo>al to their ccuutry, because, like him, tbey are in no danger of paying feir their disloyalty with their lives." The Rij/ubliccnsB)* that the article denouncing Gen. Johnston and bis as? sociates was "published inadvertently, aid not enly did not emanate from the editors, hut was and is in direct con? flict with their leelirgs aed opinions." Had the explanation...

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