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

WOODSTOCK VA. WednesdaT Ort 3, 1883. TOWH ASP COUNTY AITAII18. Entered at the Post OS?, at Woodstock, Va.; a second-class matter.] Chsnge of schedule i taking effect Monday, Mav 14th, 1883. stake? train? due at Wooditock .as follow?: EA8T BOUND. 381 Mall Eipres* and Faatenger IMi.di' 283 Psssengsr and ?ay freight lu 30 s. m. ?I " " Through F. ? Ex. 7Mp. m. WEST BOUND. lie if ail Express and Passenger , 1 M p.m. 381 Passenger and Through Freight 7 t5 a. m. lei Pass, and way frelgbt (3 13 p. m. For any other particular? apply or write?to me R. L. CAMPBELX., Agt. e-H??ROHC SXXt.BOTOK'S'. LCTHKrUr.. aVRev. A. k.i. Bmhong, preaches in the Latheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the 1 -t and lid Sabbaths and at night ou the ?tb Sabbath of each month. METHODIST. Rev. J.B. Vanborn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on the 2d and 4th i-uudaye. morning and evening and at Edlnbnrg on 1st and 2d Banda}* o? each month, morning and evening. PRtSBTTIRIAS. KSV. B. II. Fleming...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 October 1883

farm mtir ??res?b*? Feeding Apples to Co? s Economy may sometimes run wild, when it is a costly substitute for the tame article. It runs wild when one 'saves at the spit and wastes at the bung.' It is this kind of economy^ which makes the cow do such scavenging work as the gathering of lallen, wormy apples in orchards or the rotten windfalls. We do not want any worms in ours, however willingly otberi may take their milk thus flavored. To put the cow to this business is to put filth into the m;lk. There ?a nothing in an unripe wormy apple that can add a particle to tin rau material from which a cow produces milk; and judging of a cow's stom? ach by a man's?and there is a leasonable physiological anology between tl.em?it is not probable that a mess of haul, unripe, sour apples will be either aid or comfort to the cow in her daily work. Apples are ot questionable use in any way and at any tune tor a cow's todder. We have lerquently given ? nem to cows, and also ted the pomace trom the ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 October 1883

?s lilil?,?! %t%?? VOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ?O, 1883 NO. 51. II ?TJrfUSH?D ??SYLT BV triENANOOAW HERALD PUBLISHING CO er: ? : ? ? ?? ?.????-.... iV-SubtcriptOxa 'ao Doll?, h amd ahalf per jttr payable In ?dv?nce. AH communication? of private nature will b? barged for a? ?dvertialng. Job Prln tin?. All klndi of Job Work don? ?tjahort notlce?nd tne most re??on?We terms. Professional Cards. M. I*. Waxtoh, E. D. WtTSMSM, WALTON ft WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WooDrroc*. - - Virginia. Will practice In Shenandoah and adjoining coun. II??, also In to? Conrt of Appeals of V?. and V. 8. District Court of Western District. Julj nth,?tf, WD. L. BORUM, , Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building, >Yoolstocl;,YR Apr. lltV), 83,?ly. w j?.r' alexander, .-,??. attorney at law Winchester Virginia. ?T W1U practice In Bhenandoah County, attend? ing regularlv the court?. Jtn. n-tf. MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office in Burner's Buildi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 October 1883

?^tjenonboiil; Itmlb IS ?BJHSUKD ,WHt ?? BHCNANOOAH HERALD ??UBLIBHINQ CO WOODSTOCK. V1KG1NIA. Wedneaday, Oel 10, 1SS3. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ? Ekction. ?Tuesday. Nov. 6th FOR THE SENATE I IDAVID S HENKEL. For the Legislature, JOSEPH H SPENGLEK. The coalitionists m Frederick coun? ty have a hard time to ?ret a candidate for the Legislature. S. S. House was nominated a tew days ago. He accep? ted and afterwards declined the honor. Mahone and Cameroos taking the stump will no more save th? coalition party than their continuous bowl about Bourbons, and Fundera. The people have learned the meaning of the howl and will not regard it. Work diligently. S*-e that your neighbor is registered. See that be understands the Issues involved in the present contest and then see that be is at the polls and that he votes the Dem? ocratic ticket. We heard a Readjuster remark, "1 was a ?adjuster on the debt question but I am a Democrat and I intend to tote the Democratic ticket." They are many auch tneu i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 October 1883

>benanb0al| mttn? WOODSTOCK VA. UedncadtAT Ont. 10, 188?. TOWN AHD OOUjTTY ATTAIKB. Entered at the Poat Offle, at Woodatock, Va.. eeoond-cleaa matter.] Change of ?cbedule,taking effect Monday, May l4th,lS83. Makee train? due at Woodetuck aa follow?: EAST BOUND. 3S1 Mall Expreae and Faaaenger 9 34 a. nr 3a? Paaeengtr and way freight to 80 a. m. ?1 " " Through F.k Ex. .7 M p.m. WE8T BOUND. 110Mall Expreaaand Paaaecger . 191 p.m. 38* Paaaenger and Through Freight 7 ?4 a. aa. 2?t 1 ???. ?ad way freight |3 13 p. m. For any other (articulara apply or write-to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. e?'J!!'J!l?J!,g?V!!?^rrM^l'MM^arM*,'*'3 C"HCXJ?CIii DIRECTORY. LTJTBKR1?. ? K?v. A. A. 1. Boihong, pretcbealu the Lutheran Church, at Woodatock on the morning? of the 1st and 3d Sabbath? and at night ou the 4th Sabbath of each month. MKTB.0D13T. Rev. J.B. Vanhorn, preecheain tb? Methodlit Church, at Woodatock, on t.h? 3d and 4th ruudaya. morning and evening end at Edlubnrg on lat and 3d Suuda)? of each mont...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 October 1883

2 ^ou\ |tral ^^V ., v* J ?i vuiti a? >\. -> PUBL1BHIN0 ',c ^ ?is^^ llow to Prepare Bei**...'?T,,'T? The following hints fr X^"J<& lime journal, we Lope w?v \.ive what seems to have Lecome a lost art: the picr-ntatiou of beet-steak. 'The first lequi.eintnt is not so much a lender ai tl juicy steak. t ough tins is always so devoutly desiied, Lut a glowing Led ot coals, a wire gridiron?a stout one, with irood sized wires, a douLie o:. that )on can torn ihn Bteak with cut touching it. T!ie s'.tak should not Le pounded only in extreme cases, when it'? loo ttSick and is atringy, Do nothing else while cookmg the steak; have everything else ready lor Ibe table; the iota toes and vegetables all in their res? pective diabes i'i the warming cio.-ei | cr oven, with the door lett open a little ?a ay. From ten minutes on waid is needed to cook the steak. The time must defend on lbs size ai.d you can easily tell by the color of ihe gravy that ?tins trom the steak when gently tires ed ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 October 1883

? ?tala YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 188? NO. 52. t. rtiuicED wwa.LT ?v SHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO at' ' ' ' *? ~ WrmbacriptOs? 'no Dollar and a-ba.lt per year payable In advance. All communication! of private nature will bt barged for ti advertising. Job Printing? All kind! of Job Work done atjshort notlceand ?ne moat reaaoDab'e term?. Professional Cards. M. L. Walto?, E. D. Newman, w ALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WOODSTCHS. VlBGIXlA. Willpracti?? in Sbenandoah and adjoining coun? ties, aleo in the Court of Appeal? of Va. aud U. 8. Dlatrict Court of Western Diatrict. July llth.-tf, WD. L. BORU M, ? Attoknky at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building,Woodutoca/Va Apr. lllh, 83,?ly. w m. r' alexander, attorne? at law Winchester Virginia. HT* W1U practice in Bhenandoah County, attend? ing regularly the court?. Jan. lT-tf._ MARK B. W IN DER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office la Burner's Buiklinz. July 19. '82?ly. J'"nO. L. KELLE-, at...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 October 1883

fbenanboalj ?traft Il ?tuusnin *?.ilt ht aMCNftNOOAH HERALD ??UBLI8HING CO WOODSTOCK. VI Util NI A, Wednea-ai, Ocf 17, 1S83. iT?ElvlOCR?fic-! ICKET. EUcticn. (Tuesday, Nov. 6th. For the senate : IDAVID S HENKEL. For the Legislature, JOSEPH H SPENGLER. Got. Cameron has sprained hi? an?. Judge Christian is of the opinion that it was not caused by his dancing over the Demecratic viciory, in Oblo. The Dem?crata are smiling. Ohio bas put them all in good spirits. Let Virginia be true to the Democracy and we will have a grand old time. The Fredeiicksburg iVftc* sayo: "Ma hooe's legislative funeral proceseioo paiatd Spot8ylvania Court House Tuesday evening, going wettward,'' i??__--__?i Ir delegates from the Valley should sign a pledge to vote for only tuch men end measures as should be approved by a Coalition caucus and the majority ot that caucus should be colored men from Fast Virginia, what influence could a delegate from the Valley exert ? This is a question well worth the at? tention...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 October 1883

b jurait) WOOIK TOCK VA, \T Oct. 17, 1883. We<tne?< ?-?? TOWS isj?? mUS* ?-Offle, atWoodatock, Va. i Entered at the Po?l??? matter.] eecou,^__^^_^^_^___._ f?taking i feet Monday, May 9 14 a. m 10 3o a. m. 7 M p. in. 1 M p.m. 7 45 a. m 3 1? p. iu. -?- ?- ..???'?j^ T..ri.i jai.uu.1, ?Bay Chang? of ?chedoT-'iie due at Woodttock ? leth.isss. Make? . follow?: < ?joint?. EAS"???enger i|*l MallExprea? ?ndfre'K,lt ** ???enger and w?ugb F. ft Ex. ?** " " Tb?? BOUND. WK's???eiiger aiOaUtl I"xpreMand'eimh Freight ?ss Pa??ei,ger and T>Hut 384 Pa??, and way frular? apply or write;to pie For any other *arti R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ?^T^^'^r^- -LIIKEOTORT. nTBBAa. ? V preach?? in the Lutheran K?t. A. A./. Bn?hon.on the morning? of the cnurch, at Wood?tock'?ud ?t night ou tho 4th Sabbath of each montfH^.sT. Rer. J.R.Vanhor? Cuurch, at Woodatoc?and at Ldlubnrg on let aud morning ?Dd even.nnnonth, morning and eveniug. 2d Sun??,, oi t. h b "??i, pre?chealn the Methodlat lore, on t.N? lid and 4...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 October 1883

\mn anir ??im?bt. ? Sprautlng Wheat. It is generally supposed that a grain o? wheat; if put into the ground would germinate anyway, bot it is lar from a fact. AY heat needs three essentials to cause growth, heat, moisture and air, and if any one of the three is wi?h-held there is a failure. A kcmal ot wleat plfced in a dish of dry dust would never sproul; give it a trifle of moisture, a sickly blade will. after a while, appear, but so lacking in vigor that growth will soon cease. Give it only light and wa ter it will throw cut a strong rtot and even a stalk, lut the life o' the plant is measured exactly by the amount of food element con? tained within itself, and when tbiaj atore is exhausted the plant die*. Give the plant inoistuto and soil, and keep the temperature at about 32? and it will never germinate ; raise it to 125? and it will be cock? ed; place the soil tempe:ature at about 85? as an extreme limit, and perfection ot giowtli is sccu ed. Then depths ot sowing have aims; wo...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 October 1883

leiiiiiii liiiM VOL. G i. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1883 NO. 1 i? hibuiu ?v. -. 8nEN*.*00A^ HERALD P?W.18HIN? lO W tubscriptOss 'no DoLun and a bal? per yeu? payable iu advance. Al) communleationaof pr?vate nature will b? barged for as advertisius. Job PriaiiOft. All ktnda of Jot> Work do!?e aljahorl n< iru. molt rea?onoh', | Professional i M. L. W.VLTi.s, WALTON 4. AT LAW, - Willprartie tie?, also lu tbi-(\ n : July llth,-tf, WD. L. L 0 U U M , WOODSTOCK ? Apr. Uth, 83,?ly. it WlH< SIA. Jan. 17?t?. MARK B. ? Wool Office ii. B ? J>0. L. Kll.: WOOWTOCK, SHENAJi will practice June 21 'i'J?tf. ITvYA I \ ?lvr. A. <;. v."' ? T . 11 Offlc? Witt. H wo WWl i a ii?" elalmi Win flav, I ?>r. L. _ n alles". A i.i.:: N h "'? TOKaNEYS frooi - BNASDO/ April, 23?tl /AS. B. W1IX1A1 U/ tLLlAM ATTOTtS ? - laims. f\ L\ NEW" ? rr o Wo . I if Bui - -tf. . Gc IS ; rw Mai;: . :.ties. one 1 ? P. D. (' ?nil. -' ence, Drs. Carl Physicians and Su woo. . hive Tf. - tVI). all tall"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 October 1883

>bfn?nb0t?b fjroil?i ti ?CRUSHED f>?U ST ?HCNS.ND0AK HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedueiitlaj. Ott 31. 1SS3. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, ?flection. Tuesday, Nov. 6th. For the Senate : .DAVID S HENKEL. For the Legislatvre, JOSEPH H SPENGLER. Democrats do your duty. Every voter must be registered this week. The Mahoneite9 are at work. If you would have a government free from diseraceful bossism, work for the cuc cess of the Democratic ticket. When Mahone is called from Wash? ington, Cameron from Richmond, and the school teachers of Shenaodoah are required to man the pompe, there Is danger of the sinking of the rotten old hulk. Work hard boys or you won't keep it afloat. "I was a reaelju8ter upoa the debt question, but when it, comes to giving ignorant negroes control of the govern? ment affairs, you cannot lead me" is a remark that often falls on the eat9 now. Thousands of men of Virginia, who were readjust??, refuse to follow Ma bone into the Radical camp. "I am a Readjuste...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 October 1883

^tnantoal? Aerate WOODSTOCK VA. Wedncuday Oct. 24, 1883. TOWlf AND OOimTY AITAIBS. Entered at the PostOffie, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] Change ofscheduo taking effect Monday, Mav 14th, 1883- Makee traiua due at Woodstock as follows: EAST BOUND. 281 Mail Express and I'aasenger 9 24 a. ur 285 Passenger and way freight It' 30 a.m. atu ? ? Through F. k Ex. ,?lp, m. WEST BOIND. 210Mail Expresasnd Passenger ; 1 M p.m. 18s Passenger and Through Freight 7 46 a. tu. 284 Pasa, and way frticht 2 13 p. m Fur any other ?articulare apply or wiite-to me K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. et??TJjRCI? DIRECTORY. 1 l TIU.i:i... Rev. A. A. i. Bushong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the 1st and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the 4th Sabbath of each mouth. MSTMOMST, Rev. J.B. Vanhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on t.be Vd and 4tk rnudaya, morning and evening and at Edinbnig on 1st and 2d Sundays of each month, morning and evening. rr.ESUTT?KIAS. KST. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 October 1883

SLL .?_-. partit anit r^ire?i?y Recipes MUSH.?Mush made in this wa is excellent?Boil a quart of wate ?Stir a [>int of colel milk with or pint of cornmcal and one table1: pool til of salt. Pour tins into tl boiling water gradually, and let all boil lor half an hoar. Wale it carefully to prevent burning. Corn Bread.?Mix togc-thc thoroughly by putting through sieve or other wire, one pound c Indian meal and one pound and halt of wheat flour, two ounces o baking powder and a tabltspoonlu of salt; tl.en beat together thre ounces of sugar, three ounces o batter and four eggs; add this ti the flour and make a stiff batter using warm milk in winter and colt in summer ; hake in small tints. Pepper Put.?Boil six pound: of tripe for one hour, then take i from the water in which it ha: boiled and put it in tresh ?rate! with a knuckle of veal. Let these boil for two hours, then put ii some lotatoes, onions, carrots, i little paisley, some celery salt 01 stalks of celery, and any othe: herb or...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 October 1883

I?. I 11 mt^^pmk?^m^kt??m??mm?a^isi?S^atg?^m hmmAmk VOL.64, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 188? NO.?. ^enanboal? ferait? it ?o^utBCD waaxLr ar estEKANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO f*T"Subscriptos? 'uo Dollar and a-hai.v per year payable iu advance. All cointuunicatiout of private nature will be barged for aa advertlaing. Job Printing. All klndt of Job Work done atjthort uoticeand me mott reasonable termt. ProfessioTwl Cards. M. L. Waltos, E. D. Newman, .TON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TjarjALTON k WALT W1Upractise In Shenandoah and adjoining coun? ties, also in the Court of Appeals of Va. and V. S. District Court of Western District. July llth.-tf, WD. L. B O R U M , ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building, Woudstock.Va Apr. lllh, S3,?ly. WtL'M. K- ALXXAND attorn ev at law Winchester Viruinia. tW* Will practice in Shenandoah County, attend? ing r?gulai lv the court?. Jan. 17~ti. MARK R WUNDER, attuknly at Woodstock Virginia. Office in Burner's Build tur. Juli'...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 October 1883

IB WdUSHID WSBXLT ?1 SUENANOOAM HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. M ?el no ?-lay ?c? 31. ISS3. | DENOCRATTc TICKET.' affection. Tuesday. Nov. 6th. Fok the senate : DAVID S HENKEL For the Legislature, JOSEPH H SPENGLER This is the last opportunity we will baye to rtfer to tbe Issues cow agitat? ing ibe people befere tbe decision will be made at the ballot-box. We feel de? ply ibe seriousness of the situation. There never was an election in Virgi? nia of greater importance than the one which will take place Dext Tuesday. Upon the results of that election hang the destinies of our people. Upon the one side, we see arrayed almost the en? tire negro population of the State, upon the other the mass of the white people These negrees have been taught to be? lieve that tLey I ave been denied their civil rights and that the while people are their enemies. Wherever Iheir numbers are large they have become intoleiit and overbearing. They de? nounce the people of Virginia who difler from...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 October 1883

WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Oct. ai, issu TOWN AND 00UJ?TY AFFAIRS. Entered at the PoatOSss, at Woodstock, Va. a aeeoiiit-clasa matter.) Change of scbtsln e kekiag ?fleet Mosdey, May 14th,18M. Makes trail* due at Wocttttvck as followt: EAST Boonn, 231 Mail Express and Faon 9 24 a. in 2M5 Psssengsr sud way freight Kino?, ui. 291 " - '1 ?ioiigh F. A Lx. 7 ,M p. m. WEST li I'M'. 210MallFxpresaard l's>sei i;? i 151 p.m. BS?faisaager aad 1 hrongh lr< gat Tesa.au, 2S4 Its?, and way fr?:>;l t 2 13 p. ui. Far atvr othor tartlcaavti apply o write to me K. L. CAMP1.I-.LL, agi, CHURCH DIRECTORY. 1 I lllhlie .. Rtv. A. A.J. Rushimg, presche?iu the Lutheran Church, a? Woodstock uu the BHituings ul the 1st snd 2d Sabbaths und at night ou the aU Babbatb of each mouth. Ml.TlloDl.sT. Rev. J. B. Vanhorn, preaches in tbeMathodiat Church, at Woodstock, on t*ie :u and 4tl> f uudays, morning and evening and at Edinbnig on 1st and 2d Sundays of each month, morning and evening. vr.t.sr.TT?i.iAs. Kt...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 31 October 1883

e^artn anli ^?res?be. Farui Sotea. Wben you burn brush or rub? bish in the garden, spread the asn? ea as far as they will go and not leave them to be leached into the eaith on the ?spot where the brush wae burnt. Satisfactory results have proved that Holsteins are superior to all other cows lor milk, not excepting even the Ayrshire.. Being large in frame also they can be iattened for beef more profitably thau some breeds. A correspondent desires lo know how long a time is required to sca aoa cedar alter it is cut down. It depends upou the thickness, whetli er split or not, and the weather. From a month to three months is required, according to its condi? tion. Mr. C. J. Sadler, of Httville, is of the opinion that that the Wyan dotte fowls are destined to be the favorites over all others, as they are a ell leathered, hardy, compact and good layers, besides being less liable to fiosted comb in win? ter. A ptominent Calitornian, who has fifteen acres in the raisin giape saya whenever g...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 November 1883

Ulf S^?Jwfl VOL.64, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1888 NO. 4. |lj?nanlt0al3 fjerafo X. r0*LI9BEI) ?CBXLX ?V BrIENANDOAH HERALD ?UBLIkHIhQ CO *av-8ubsorlptOMB 'uo Doliab aid a-halt per year payable In advance. Ail communications of prlrate nature will be I hargedfor as advertising. Job Prluttng. All kinds of Job Work done atjahort noticeand MB most reasonable terms. Professional Cards. M. L, Waltos, E. D. Ntwsi.is, w ALTON k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK. - . VlBQISIA. Will practise In Sbenandoah and adjolulug coun? ties, also la the Court of Appeals of Vs. and L". 8. District Court of Western Oiatrict. July llth,-t!, WD. L. BOKU M, ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, Office in Burners lluilehng, WooJstock,Va Apr. lllh, ?53,?ly. \\ M. If ALEXANDER, attorney at law Winchester Virginia. EST" Will practice in SheuaudoabCounty, attend? ing regularly the court?. Jan. 17?tf. MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia, Office lu Burner's Build Dg. July 19, '82.?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 November 1883

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Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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