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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 January 1884

WtJOMTOCX va. Hetlnt'Mltiy Jim. 2S, IHM TOWN AKD COUNTY AITAIBS. Enteren at the Pott Oitie, at Woodstock V?. a aecoudcij.?? mutter.] l???????W?>??"a????????????aa.?aa??a? -?V?w tcbedule taking efleet Vi\ 1?th, \to-J, ^l Tra?na leave Woodstock as follow? : EAST BOUND. aV3 Passenger and Kxpiess.l.?>5a. tu. J-.7 " and Krrlgbt. .">-M a. m. ast " 1 xpte.???i.d Maii .V.?4 a, ni. I?*? '? and ? av FlBlfBt. y 5"> a in. 2V1 Through Irtitht..1'J.iV p. ni. WEST UoiND. it i Passenger and t -.press.1.(5 a. tr-, Sf8 rhriugbl'r.'.ght.8..?Ua. m. Sill Passenger, Vail and txpresa.Ml p.m. aud ?ay Freight. ..'.!.Up. m. 206 " ?udFr, ight.C?ii.m Tiaiua?ns and Bad313 l'aily all other traiuscar ryu'g i ae?ei gern dally except Sunday, further particulars a? to trains sec uui ther BOtttBta of this paper. I!. L. CAMPBELL, Ac,t. ?J ' .-a. _ H ? CHURCH EIRECTCRY. i t iiit.it?... If v. A A. 1. llu>h' H-, pre?,be? in the l.utbeiau i Church,al vYuodaloc? on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 January 1884

'jxrta anb f ?resfo* Breed From tbe Beat. We often hear farmers say that they cannot ritiere, to raise cattle, because it ecsts more than they are worth in the market. The 'act is they cannot afford to adopt any other ccurs-c* No dairyman can realize a lair profit iron business without good tows, and the onh way to stejurt- such cows with rea? sonable certainty is to breed them Of course it a farmer attempts to raise heifers tor home use wit bou i giving attentive study to the mat? ter, be may as well take his chan? ces in the lottery ot the market. But it he will give persistent heed to a law well established rules it can build up a profitable dairy in a few years. In the first place, he will only rear the calves irom the best cows _that is, the cows which are best for hia purpose, whether it be quan tity of loilk or butter. In either case, the only safe rule is to keep a record ot each cow's capacity, for without figures he can only guess at the relative value of indi | viduala in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 January 1884

?kiiiiiii VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1884 WO. IC. r? ?O.-LISIIKD tlnU V ?HENANOOA- HERALD ?UBLftMlNn CO ?V fc,ub.>crJpto?, Om! tkiuti aid A-BALr per erpajayable Id adrauce.. All communication? of private nature will be barged for ?8 advertising. Job IViiitliiti. All klndi of Job Work done ?tjahott notlceand I m* most reaeonalV terms. Pn>ftt?iv>tt>l Card*. K. F. Danukiix?? \V. 1). 1.. Bubvm. T)AXI>R1DWK & BOB?M, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice lu sheuaudoah end adjoining counties. tsr Office iu Oour t Uou?e square. Jan. 9,-t( M. L. Waltos, E. D. Newman, WALTON ft WALTON, AT10BSEY8AT LAW, WoODSTOC?. - - TlMHII. Will practice in Sh> uandoah and adjoining coun? ties, abo lu the (ou?t f Appeal? .t\a. ?LdU. 8 District Court ol Western District, July 11th,?tf, WM- K" ALtXAMlB, ?? ATTORNEY AT LAW WlNCHKSTKK VIRGINIA. IW" Will practict In ^heuandoah County, attend? ing regulativ th. Jan. 17 t? M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 January 1884

|??twni?r0a% f trato It ???LI?HII> WW*?H ?? ?HfNANOOAK HEtALO PUBLI8HIN0 CO WOODSTOCK, VIBOiNI?. Wedaeadaj, Jan 30 i??4. Heath of Hon John jLctcber Hon. John Let?) er, one of the most dintmguisbed of Virginiau'a sons, died at hit residence, in Lexington, last Saturday morning at 2 o'clock. At the representative of this district in Congrest tor eight successive years, and as the Governor of Virginia, irom 1860 to 1864, bis reputation as a pure, Lefpst and able statesman wat fully established. THE Legislature has patted a la?, giving tue appointment! of school trus? tees in each county to three gentlemen a bo aie not tfficebolders. It is un cecessaty tos?ate the object oflhis law, which every reader will at once recognize- It is a measure, which, it is to be hoped, will have the tff?ct ol having trustees whose positions a? school trastees do .not depend upon their politice. The death of Mr. Mackev, of South Carolina, pie vented tue consideration of the ^SLeatman bloody shir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 January 1884

^manbnalj Strait? WOOOMTOSJK VA, Wednt'sxlHy Jan. 30, 1884 TOWS ABD COUNTY AFFAIR8. Enterad at the Post Offie, at Woodstock, Va. a aecond-class matter.] -?vrew echado]? taking ?Osct MOI lath, 18t3, xN Tra?ne laav? Woodstock as follows : EAIT BOUND. 108 Passenger and Express.1.06 a.m. 1st " and Freight. b?Sa.m. Ill " Expree? and Mail .V.'.'t a, m. %& " aid ?ay Freight.a W a. m. iSl Tbeongh Freight..10.1? p. m. WEST BOUND. 313 Psatsngsr and Fxpreaa.l.f:l a. m. Ire) Tbreugh Freight. 8. JO a. m. 110 Passenger, \ ail and Express.1.M p.m. ?Hi '? and * ay Freight.213 p. m. 1WC " and Freight.6.08 p. m TrainatO* and and 212 Daily allother train? car? rying raeseiiger* dally except Sunday luitber particular? as to trains ste auothsr coititnn of this paper. R. L. CAMPBELL. Agt. %L-* -' ' ? -J_> CHURCH DIRECTORY. 1 VTUt.lU... l;*v. A. A. 1. Busboug, proches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodslock on the mornings of the 1st ?n? 2d Sabbatba and at night ou the 4lh aabbath ol e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 January 1884

'arm anb S?res?tir Farm \oie* Strawberries have ripened in Florida. The wise farmer ?portrpq good p early. It lakes 250 bushels of potatoes to make a ton of starch. Last year's wool clip > xceeds that ot l^S-J by 20.000,000 pounds Steam plows are being introdo> ced into Dakcta, with great suc? cess. Texas is nit) to produce about 0Pc?halt or the cattle raised in the United States. Many Delaware tomato growers rpahzed over $60 aa acre last year. California horticul'tirisis are interesting themselves in tig ctil ture. The Rural World say? no feed for sheep will make as tender unit ion as turnips. In many parts o! Germany there are ovei UUO colonies of bets kept to t' e square mile. Manure pear trees in winter? fresh manure in the Spring ma? cause bbght. To give your sheep a!l the salt they want will not cost you macn. and will pay you a large divi un the investment. How to Chop Wood An old Kau Clane log.er tl.at it ycu aie cutting small t?m ber, which may be m\cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 February 1884

il lii VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1884 ?NO. 17, I? ?Tj.LISHKD ?SltLI an SrllNANOOAr HERALD t>UBLI?HlkiO CO *VB*jt).>c?tBton,ONl DoLiun aso e-Bitr per ? erpayfcyabht In advance. AU coinrntratcatlons of privat* nature will be ? harged for a* advertising. Job l*riMting. All ktade it Job Work done at'.ahort notlceand m? roost reeeoi'sb'e terms. ttaionut (Jurat. W. R. Ai.tXAN Winclie?-! r, V.i. MB. Wunukk. V onclniock, Ya. A LEXANUER ?fe WUNDER, AROBNKY8 AT LAW, Vt'ocxlatorjk, SheiiitueUialk County, Virginia. Ul'FH'K in B .mer Block, ?y Prorapt tattentio to all ley?! business. Jan 23d-tf. E.P. DajiUkii ot W. D. L. BoKCM TVVNimjPCKA BORUM, ATTOUNEV8 AT LAW. Will practice in Sheuandoeh and adjoining couutkai. Ion** Kinare. J?n, 9,?tf .tie*. lay O?o* in O i M. L. Walton-, E. D. Newmah, WALTON a WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Will practise in Sin nandoah and adjoining coun? ties, also in the Couit ol Appeal? ol '. a. and V. 8 District Coati il \\ - cu i ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 February 1884

*?fefttrob0*d?! ferait* ta auatumni ??bkli ?t ?Nt?st^DOAH HERALO f>UIUSHINO CO WOODSTOCK, VIKCTNIA. Wedae*??}, Feb 6 IM4. Wastiiugto.? laetter. [From onr Regular Correapondent.] February 2d, 1884. Both branches of CoDgress held very abort sessions Monday. Neither has proceeded far wilh the rotine business ot the morning hour, when the an cotincemtnt was made of the death of Representative Mackey of South Caro? lina. The Senate and House imme? diately adjourned until Tuesday uoon, and the flags on each wing of the Capitol were placed at half mast. This unexpected finale to the days proceed? ings greatly disappointed several hun? dred persons who bad gathered in the ?Senate galeries expecting to listen to a firey debate on the Mississippi, and Virginia outrage resolutions offered by Senator Sherman. The "bloody ?hirt" orations being reserved for the following day, readjustsr Mahone, who wae to make the principal speech for tbe republicana, retired to bis com gnittee room af...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 February 1884

|^fnan?)0a^ ?trato WUODHT?CK VA. ??tlnt'?da? Feb. ?ssl TOWH AHD OOUXTY AFPAIB8. Entered at the Pent Offie, at Woodatock, Va. a ?etoud-cl*?? matter.] tA?ew ?cbedule taking effect NOV 18th, 1SS3, ^1 Trail.? leave Woodatock a? follow* : EAST BOUND, 903 Paaaenger and Expreta.1.06 a.m. ?87 ?? audFrelght. f>23?.m, 2*1 " Expr?s? and Mail .9.24 a, m *6 *? and ?av Freight.9 55 a.m. 2*1 Through Freight,.10.19 p.m. WEST BOUND. 312 Passenger and 1 xprew.1.06 a. tr. 2*8 Through Freight. 8.20?. m. 21o Paasenger, M ail aud Expreaa.1.51 p. m. 284 " and ?i ay Freight.2.13 p.m. 2S6 " andi'rdght.ii.08p. m Train? 203 and and 212 Daily all other train? car? rying i ?Mengen daily except Miuday. Further particulars as to trains see- another column of this paptr. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. t!_L_ - - ?' . '? --1-3 etlTJRCII DIRECTORY. LLTUt-.U'... l.tv, A. A. I. TiushouK. gtreeeaeeiB the I.atherau Chuten, at Woodstock "U ti., u.i.iiiiug? oi the l>-t and 2.1 Sabbaths and at nigut ou the 4th S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 February 1884

wem anb l?res?bt Public Bequest?. A good many rich men die without Balking their wills. It ?8 quite possible in torn? caaea that they so hate to par with their wealth that they put off pro viding for a po. t mortem distribuant of it. Some very wise one? are thei own executors, ami see that the instila tions they found aro we 1! started. Other* and they are the more numerous, make generpus disposition in th?ir wills. Ansm. O. Phelps, who died in New York nearl} tltirty years ago, waa the most lib? ra I ?en ef actor e>f religious oharitiee, up to tiie time of hi? death, wb i haJ lived ii this country. His public b< amounted to $350,000 e>r more. SeiKiuls, Presi lento, the- Broadway Bav iuga Bank, who had just died, has lefl $280,000 to religion? and charita??le ob iec'a, mostly in connco ion with the Presbyttrian Church. Hew England has outstripped both of these libera benefactors. Mr. Stone, of Maiden, Mass., left his wife to distn. Ute hie prop arty,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 February 1884

ni %m VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1?, 1884 NO. 18. ? r? . USBED .taait ?. l?4S?4A?4?OA' HERALD PUBLISHING O tr subtoipton, Ok? Pou? ikd a bhi per ?rp? rajable in advinre. All oommanlettiot!? .f private nature will be barged for a? advertising. Job Priiiliuft. All kind? at Job Work ?tone ?tUihort notlceand ? ?>i? moet reasons^'e terms. J^roftssumiii Cards. W. K Al.tllNHK. M B. Wt'NitkK. Winchester, Vs. Woodstock, Va. A LKXANDER & WINDER, ATTORNBY8 AT LAW, Woe*3stock, Shet.anJoah County, Virgin:a. OFFICE in 11 ;mer Block, ?T" Prompt attention to ?11 legal business. Jan Msawtf. E. P. Dani.lii.uk W. D. L. Boavx. T)ANI>RllXiKs\- BOBU , ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Wit] practice lu sbensudoah and adjoining ^ 'UUtSi?. OT Olle? In Court Hov.se tcjuare. Jan, 9,-tf M. L, Wsiton. E. D. Newman, ?WTALTuN * WALTON, ATTuBNEYSAT LAW, WoonsTocB. - ? Viaotsia. Will practise In Shi nandoah and adjoining conn- | tie?, airo In the Ccuit of Apptala of ??. and V. 8. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 February 1884

II f CLIsHID ??BBLT BV ?HCNANOOAM HERALD PUBLItHINO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. WtMlne-lHi Feb 13 !*S i. ?VasUiugtou Letter. [From car Regular Corr^pondeiit.] Feb. 9th. 1884. Tuesday evening the Presideut held his public levee of the season, and the great unwashed turned out to the num? ber of three thousand, to pay their re? spects and give the hand of the Presi? dent a shake. Your correspondent iell into line and was pushed and crushed for about an hour before bis section of the procession arrived in the Blue Room, where tie Piesident Hood with the lades of hii cabinet officers on his right, and Col. McMichael, the master of ceremonies on his left. 1 gave my name to the Col., was pre? sented to the Piesident, shook hands with him, bowed all along the line to the ladies, passed tbvough the Red Parlor, and landed in the spacious Kan Room. A party of six Flathea 1 Indians were preientfd to the receiving party, ana then formed iu line against the wall op? posite, and stood for a while wat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 February 1884

^fnantoalj fetral?. WOOOHYOOK VA. Wedneadav leb IS 1884 TOVH AND OOTJNTY AFFAIES. Entered at the post Offie, at Woodstock, V*. a second-class matter.] ^??w schedule t?king effect NOV. Isth, lSf-a, 1.\ Tr.it>. leave- Woodstock a? follow? : EAST BOUND. 3t>8 Pattenger and Expresa.1.06 a. m. JR" " endErtlght. r>23a.m. SB! " Ixpiess and Mail .H .'i i, m, 3*4 '? and ?ay Freight. a M a. m. ?91 Through Freight,.lO.iy p. m. WEST BOVN?. 312 Pttteneer ?nd I xprete.1.(5 a. m. S>s Tbn ugh Freight. 8.70 a. m. .10 Pattenger, Vail and Expresa. ..IM p.m. 284 " anil Way Freight_2 13 p. m. 286 " undFnight.6.08 p. m Traini W3 and and 212 l'aily all other tralnsctr rylLg itssei igers daily except run day. Furtber particular? as to trains see another column of this paper. R. L. CAMPFELL, agi 1! . . .. 1. ??'?. _j|_i O'^iTjrRC?i DIRECTORY. urnuaAaH Ittv. A A. ?. Bushong, presche?In the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the niomings .1 the 1-t and M Sabbitbs und a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 February 1884

wm an?r Jfresito. BlaeksmlthlBf la Germany. In the interior towns and villages Oi Germany, it has been the custom foi many years for the farmer to puchase the von for his tires and horseshoes, and in some instances, when having a new wagon built, to purchase ail the iron en? tering into the snnie, the lengths of every piece being furnished him by the smith. One part of the contract is that the smith shall not return to the farmer all ends and cuttings from the iri.n, and it fre? quently occurs that the farmer remains at the ??hop until the iron is all cut up, in order that the smith shall not indulge in too much cabbage. Each smith shop has what is termed "the hell," and in cutting oil a set of tires, if the farmer be not present, the largest half of the end cut off finds its way to "the hell," the duty of putting it there devolving ujhjii the youngest apprentice. From tlus always plentiful store the smith furnishes his ?aenriid for the nuutafaetare oi bolts, hoiseahocs, etc., for t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 February 1884

Ifllttiilft 1 VOL.64, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1884 NO. 19. 18 PVBL1BHKD WfKKl? BY SHENAttOOAh HERALD ^BLiSHINb CO ?*?'" SubJCTipti >?, ClMt DoLLAB ?StD ?. H4LF per year.-payaVe la ad\an< e. 4U ccmwuni?sti m? of private na ure wi'ilbe cbaiged for ?s advertising. Job Prliitlng. AU Un?? of jonwoi.'K doue it ?h?rt notice and on the moat reasonable terms. Professional Oards. W. R?AU?XA*I.?:K M B.WlSDKR, \rYiliclie*ttr, Va. V oodsiock, Yft A LE&ANDER & WUNDER, ATTOBNKYS AT LAW, Woodcock, Sheiandoah County, Virginia. OFFICE in Burner Block, ^f Prompt altMtion to all legal business. Jan. 23d?t?. I.?.1UN W.D.L. BOKVM. yjA?DT?IPGE A BORU . ATTORNEYS AT LAW. V.'iM practica In -h-r.andoah aud adjoining couutic*. IV- Office in Court House square. Jin, 9,-tf M. L. \V av?os, ?. D. Nkwmah, .TO?, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ?WTALTOK A WALT Will practise in BlM uaudoah and ?djoiuiag coun? ties, also in tlie Coait ( I Appeal* '1 Va. aud U. S. Lisiric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 February 1884

s|ffl?8nb0ab |n:af? - ? rc?usnar> ram vt SHtNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISH I NO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. I ?w I Kyedneadaj,, Feb *0 1RB4. Thb Republican and Readjuster com? mittees held a joint session in Rich? mond, last Saturday, and united in a call for a convention to send delegates to the National Republican convention. Two committees representing two par tie? cell a conven.ion to send delegates to a one party convention. Why tnis dual ?trangement? If the Republican party is a single party why does it re? quire two con minies of two parties? Merely to deceive the people.? Th? negroes of Eastern Virginia are the tone and sinew of the Republican party, while the whites of the Valley, who are Dot yet w i.ling to ecknowltdge that they are republicans, ere to be hived as readjustee, but voted as republicans. This is one of tbe sharp schemes of the sharp chairman, ?en. Wm. Mahone. He expects to unite tbe two partit s before the presidential election, but he will farad it difficult ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 February 1884

?? . -.,. . i ? ? . i.. WOODHTOCK VA. Hednesdav Fob 30 1884 TOWS AND COUNTY AFPAIB8. tuteree. at the Poat Offie, at Woodstock, Va. a aecond-class matter.] -*jew schedule taking effect NOV 18th, 1883, 1ri Tiaiu* leave Woodstock as follows ; EAST BOUND. ?>3 Paaaenger and Expresa.1.05 a. m. 1?7 " and Freight. r. JH ?. in. 231 " rxptess and Mail.?.?4 a, m. a88 " and Way Freight.?Mam. idl Through Freight..10.1? p. m. WEST BOUND. 212 Passenger and 1 xpress.I.C'S a. tr. ?i-?t Tbriugh Freight. ...8.20 a. m. 210 pHstenger, Vail and Express. ..l.M p.m. 284 '? and Way Freight.2.13 p.m. 286 " audFTtight.6.08 p. m Train* 203 and and 212 Daily all other train* car- I rying jasseugers daily excelt run day. Further particulars as to trains see another column of this paper. K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. LVTMUA?. llei. A. A. i. l?ushoug, presehesiu the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on tbe uiernings of the IM and M Sal bathe ui.il at night ou the 4th Sabbath ot each mouth. ? METHOD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 February 1884

arm anb l?mite. Training Bloadhonnd?. 'And these are the bloodhounds I hear so much about?' I remarked to my conductor. .Ye.?, they a-e the fam us blood hofrads?th it is, as muoh bloodhounds as you will find iu Texas. They are simply fozbovadi trained to hunt men.' 'Do you ke-.-p them shut up all the ti tae V 'Yes: tbey would make it lively for th - boys if they got out.' 'How often do you have occasion to use them during the year?' 'Not more than two or three times. Convicts will not leave when they know good hounds are on hand to catih them. 'Could you not dispense with the hounds and depend upon jour guns '." 'No, indeed; you cannot hold oon? victs with ?shotguns. It is the fear of the hounds which keeps them quiet. D?sertion is useless when recapture is a moral certainty, as is the ca.*e when good hounds are employed.' 'Do you have difficulty in properly training your hounds?' 'Oh do; that is about th? only sport there ?e. He recomes the poppies. We will give the m a run and let...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 February 1884

VOL.64, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1884 NO. 20 tes? jljttta,;^ $Z? IS riBLlSUED WIEKLY BT eHKNAMOOA' HEBALD ?vJRLUeHIt?,, CO ?-?"su.scrlptloi'. On? Doli.a? Avo a hal? per ytSX, pays? a in advance. VI communication? of private n? are will be cb aigri for a? advertising. Job Printing T AjB?id? of JOB W?LK done at iboit notice and otfthe most reasonable tem?a. frofeuionoi Oanis. \t. R. Al.KXANPEE. M B. Wl'SKK.R. v ' Wincueetef, Va. Va oocistock, Va. ALEXANDER ?fc WUNDER, ATTOUSKYS AT LAW, eVoodsUK'V.-, She: andoali County, Virginia. UPFICI in Borner Block, \?T Prompt attention to ?11 legal business Jan ttd-tf. X. P. LVsi.kll OB, Vf. D. L BOBCkt. I^ANDRIDGEvV BOR? , AiTOUXEYS AT LAW. Will prattle? in Sbenandoah and adjoining eosutle?. tr Office In Court House kotiere. J?n,9,-tf M. L- Walxo!.. E. D. Sbwmaji, WALTOS k WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WCWDhlOCS. ? - VlB?ISlA. Will prictiee in Shtuaudoih ind adjoiuiag conn ties, also in the Couit of Appeals ot Va. and V. 8 District Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 February 1884

^smanboalj ? trato 18 rtBLISBED WEEKLT B? eHCNANDOAr HERALD fUBLISHINO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. W*>dn*>*<fay. F??b '.7 !?s-l. Tne Kau. nal Democratic conven? tion will be held in Chicago on iho 8th of July. i?? - - ??sa ? - The Congressional appotionment bill baa been passed over the Governor's veto. Our district will be composed of the following counties : Frederick. Clarke. Warren, Shenandoah. Page, Rocking. ham. Albemarle. Green, Madis >n and Rappahannock. We have a good chance fora Demcctaiic representative from this district. It is thought thought that the com? mittee on elections will report in a lew days in favor Col. O'FerralPs claim to the seat as the representative of the Seventh District. If the contest be decided upon the illegal tax tickets is? sue, John S. Wise, and Mayo wiH give their seats to Massev and Garrison. The Lipghslalure have continued tbe the session, wiibout anv extra pay.? They bave done the work which tbe peculi...

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