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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 June 1880

i? A VOL. 60, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1880. NO. 37. SHENANB3AHHER?I. IS ?DBLlUH?D WVIIKlaT l?v SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLlSVilKU CO ter ?.?ser-Ipil -n, One Bollar snA a ha* ya jab?? n advauoe. A>l coro_*unlea;i'>*a?; of a pr?vate uatur ? c-a-god for ar ? Job Print lag. All kinds of Job Work don Ucean?! the i. ratea A sal *"i, O, ?YYXK A T T o Jl X F Y {? 'FA IV. .CALLEN. W00D8S-0I-R VA. practice l-n lbeoo?_*t? <^f i adin.-. Wit in in M r. I ? - - H 1 ?th?U. i Walt-'?!. . >'? alio \\r.. VA. ' ITITti.? j. c. -.:._????. A' V,', VA. \ w U, ?-. VA. ? o:llC c. AT.' Wool Va. I?*" ! - -tf. I1.RIDD1 ER. kl? \T LAW, ', VA. ?***~Win nrarEce ir. al', the oonr'.s^l -^BORGER. CAi.v;:: vi ATTORNEY AT LAW, Nta . Va the? ham and ? ? - - - ? ' WII !.. :'!i. WOODSTOCK, VA. W r- ? Sin-, 1 Dd.ritt_.__, >T R S'lA - - 11 S. RIDDELLE, M. T> ? ? 11 -.. r>f ? ra.-t Dr. J. ?. Irwtn. D t? A- MARTIX. ,; ?' ' 'h thai h?- luis re in me I the pr.uti? ?? ol !?' I'. ?'. ' DR, D. 5. CARTER...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 June 1880

SHE?ANDOAH HERALD la rUBLlSBKD WIIILT *T IHCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING C? 'WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday Jnne SS 1880 OUR TICKET. The Nominees -OF rHE National' Democratic Party, FBEsHDEMTIAL ticket. for president: the nominee of the cincinnati con? VENTION ; FOU vice-president: TUE NOMINEE Of THF CINCINNATI CON? VENTION; I'.i KCTOas at Laxie. - r. W. McKisset, JonN EciloL?. DlSTBlCT ELECTORS. 1st District?Thomar Ckdxtos, of Essex. 2nd " ? Xj. K. Waits, of Portsmouth. 3rd " ?Hill Ci bit?, of Hanover. 4th " ? S.iMl it- L. ("lI.KMAN, Mh " ?J. 8. Tiptos, of Halifax. (Uli " ?Ramv?. GEirmt. 7th " ? F M. McMi it.es, of Green. Mh " ?J. Y. Mrnipbe, of Kapimhannock. '.?;h " ? William TaautT. Tin Democratic Convention. ACCEPTANCE OF MR. T?LDENOS WITH? DRAWAL. Cincinnati, June 21.?The New York delegation Las just accepted Mr. Tildcn's withdrawal by the following resolution : " Resolved, That with a sense of pro? found gratitude for his great services to the country and to the democratic par? t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 June 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOOnSTOCK VA. Wedneadav June 33, ist-stt. "t?v-Ta?d county affairs. 1?. & O. lt. R. Time Table.?On ?ud after May 23d, 1880, trains will leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUXD. Passenger.1:54 p. Freight. Tues. Timm, and Sat. 11:17 a. Freigbt, daily, 7.19 \>. WEST BOUND. met, 1:54 p Freigbt, Mas. Wed. and Fri.. 7:16 a. F.t, Sun. Tue?. Thurs. ami S it. 10:55 a. Frerght, Mon Wed. and Fri., 3:11 p. MnSOUit* l\Otl<*?P, Cassia Lodne, No. 142, P. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the lu-t Monday night of each month. Kiohty Italian laborers bate ja?t youe to work on tbe southern portion of the Shenain.oah Valley railroad. Mr. Hervej Hollar, living near Un.on Forge, cut bis baud very severe? ly while harvesting last Saturday. - _? .?> a, On Stony Creek a great deal ol ??ick ness is prevailing. Many persons are suflerint* from bilious dysintery. A Bbick-Moldeb Wanted.?-1 wish to employ a good brick-t Addit?. a. si eets, >'? \';t. There was a heavy rain,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 June 1880

FARM AMD FIRESIDE **K Domestic' 15 toi pcs. ? - : an, wash and let remain over salted water. Tor six pounds of flsh allow three ounces of salt, two of ground pepper, tw<4 ?if allspice and Qne ( into an car:' its layers of flsh and spic ? with a dust of floor and a few bits of butter. Poor over equal parts ol vine? aad water till the flsh is well covered, lie a floured cloth over the top ping and bake ' I, then e. . . . . . ; one la, two o? i o? t.... Lutter tbe ho cream-o - with ' ?) m the batter s . a tcaspoooful of ?M. V.'.o?' ..n be . '?'.'. I ic-v.' se? through. one-' .' , I milk, 1. ' one ci - ? small . ..- and thai . . e dis . . '.-/ne-. Turn . - AM. - r In a cup o : lui 0 ' KO. ; ?o? .T*B^' ?ltcd butt? r : . ; ? ' ; two cupe . table. _;?? >:*,- IIL.VNC-MAXOE. one i unce e ; (Cooper's) in a mall cup of milk. Pul Ik ovi r the Ore, lo burn. A . placed in a I oiling wat it should be used. .' :..u_? s -washed and , .. Is, au equal quan?. . Into one stir enough a paste with a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 June 1880

VOL. CO. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNET30,1880. NO. 38. SHEf.ANl.3AH HERALD IS PUBLiSHKl' WS?KL? F> ?MCN-lNDOAH HERALD PUBLISHIN? CO Wf SnasfSrlptlon, One Dollar an* a hall. pasable ,a attisa... All eoiarauni???! . na of a privai? - eli?rf?4 fur \? ltd Job PrlBtte*. All kinds of J?b W tka moat roaaora'ul? ra'cs ?"/? f A Q? WVN'KOOP, ATT O R N E Y AT \l A W, Offlco With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOOnPTOiV!? VA. WlOpiwttes la t?i H ""___*"' oonntie?. tf Sr rial utt- nn ? alalms and ?Il le c all WtU.UA l?i % Sltnv day, before the . u 1 Dr. L. II. Jnr,l?:i'? I'- . assist, r,ih-tf. afoaa? W_lton. WALTON A. WALT ATTOBSETH AT WOODSTOCK, VA. n?Mosr? WAXTOB ni=o pisvetlcsai la Um Cosa? t'.ee of I'?.?. VVarron ana BocUngl ?: qnaUBed la Usa Dtatrlcl -ind Clr?uit >urt? i. He i? ? repar- ' nrt?.? ?iv. >kapaoiaiatteal "t.tcv. H. C. tun P. W. MAonriiri: A LLKX & HAGRUDER, A'l'KU?MV AT. LAW. WOODSTOCK. SHENAHDOAH WHJNT? VA April, ?S?tf .as. ii. Williams, J. ,T Williams, ?M. T. WILLIAMS ?Y>...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 June 1880

SHENANOOAH HERALD IS PUBl.l8.laM> -?BUY ?T WENANDCAH HERALD ??UBlIShlNG CO a* ?--?*'- * ' - ??- i. ??-???.. ?WOODSTOCK. VHlGiyiA. tVedncsKlay Jnue '89 1SSO PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. for president: ? TO"? S* Hancock. of pennsylvania, for vice-president: Wm. H. English OP INDIANA. ELECTORS FLXCTOBg AT LABQB. P. W. XKKissbt, JoHK]EcnoLa. DlSTJUCT Elsciom. 1st District?Thomas Cboxtok, of Eeeex. | 2nd " ?L. R. WaTTg, o? PurUmonth. 3rd " ?Hiix Cabtbb, of Hanover. 4th " ?Samuel L-Cou-mah, of Cumberland. Mb " ?J. 8. Tiptok, of Halifax. ???tli " ?Samuel Grippih. *f Badford. 7th " ?P. M. McMcllsm, of Oreen. Mb " ?J. T. Mwirst, of Rappabamock. l>_ts " ? A L. Fbidbmobb, of Lea. The Democratic Couyentien of Vir? ginia met as usual, elected delegates to the Cincinnati Convention which nomi? nated Hancock and Eoglish,selected an electoral ticket, as is customary, for the State of Virginia, and that ticket is now at the head ol our editorial column. Gen. MahoDe's party profes? to be strong friends...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 June 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODSTOCK VA. WednetsduT June 30, 1S80. l-?WAND~_?rorrY affaies. B. A O. R. li. Time Table.?Ou ?nd after May 23d, 18S0, trains will leavo Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUND. Passenger.1:54 p. in. Freight, Tues. Tliurs. ?__?_ Sat. 11:47 a. m. Freight, daily, 7*40 p. iu. WEST BOUND. Paaaaagar, 1:64 p. ??. Freight, Mon.'Wed. and Fri., 7:10 a. Fi;t.,Sun. Tues. Tliurs. andS.it. 10:68 u. in ncfght, Moa Wed. and Fri., 6.14 p. m. Masonic Xoiice. Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. If. meets iu Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night Of oath month. Ou?t farmers are now engag? tbresliini; tbeii wheat, Iv is turuing out well. A cow belonging to Mr. W. II. Bar gelt of this pleas wits killed bj ti e Bast Bound passengertralo, last Friday. Ayer's Pills are tho best of all porga? tires.lor.tam.lv use. They aro plcas aut, safe and sure, and excel all other Pills iu healing and curative qualities, The enthusiastic Democrats of this county are preparing to raise a Hancock and English...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 June 1880

FARM ANO FIRESIDE * _ About Washing Dishes. My thoughts went moraliziug this morning over tho di.h-pan,;aud about it as well as on the subject of house? keeping in general. The reading ol the Mural, for April 21, with its helpfol talks, started a traiu of thoughts. How cP.on have 1 declareil my haired for dish-washing and.fi.-U it, too. to such an extent that I sighed be causo I was born a wotaaa. Now I'm ashamed of this ?heartily so?aud would be far from confessing it, if I were not in hopes of helping some one else. As I grew to vaouiauhood I wanted to like the things I had to do, even if they were homely ?luiics, anil then there were such glori? cus texts to help mc : 'Whatsoever thy hand findelh to do. do with thy might;' and "Do all things to the glory of God.' J? wc do our work with our might and for the glory of God, we certainly must do it well. I believe half the trouble over the dish-pan ?9 because mothers dralt the girls into servio without the proper drill? Dish-washing ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 July 1880

T'?- ? 1 1 yol: go. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7,1880. NO. 39. SHENAND?AHHERALD Il rUBLUHBI) WX?tL? HT IHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ter *iuk?oription, One Dollar and a halfper year yayabWa elraa??. A'1 co-nnmnl?ationa of ?private nature wtU bo ?hargatl for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at ?hoi t notice and the roost ressonabla rate.? V ? ? ? ' i _ . i ; Professional Cards. A G. WYNKOUP, atrrfi?.vir at?\law% Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK. VA. Will practice in the court? cf Shenaiuloali and ?d.iaeent enuntlea. !?""* Special attention Riven to the collection of Maim? and all legal business entrusted to hit" care. ffiu.Mii Mi. Jamtaoa tmTtitmi mi HatOT? ?lay, before the tai Tuesday of each month, at Dr. la, H. Jordan's Drua Stc-re. Bop*. -,th-tf. V"?r. Wtwos. M. la, WALTO* I VlfALTOS & WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. |W"JKIUf WaVLTOHabo practices in the Coir - '.?es of Page, Warrer. ana Rockiiieham. Having qualified in the Distr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 July 1880

SHENANBOAH HERALD ? il fcbliskbd wcasxi it ?MENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ? ? :,? ' ^WOODSTOCK, VIRGJVIA. Wednesday July * 7, 1880. ri?E.SIDEXTlAI? TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. W> Sa Hancock. of pennstlya11ia. for vice-president: TCm. H? English OF INDIANA. ELECTORS l'.i.LCToas at Laboc. I'. W. McKlXNET, JOH?),ECH0l.S. DisrnicT Electobs. 1st District?Thomas Cboxtok, of Essex. ?.'Dsl " ?L. n. Watth, o? Portsmouth. ;,j ?? ?Hill Cabtib, of Hanover. ?!h '? ? Samuel L. Coleman, of Comber land, r.tli " ?J. 8. Tiptoh, of Halifax, f.th " ? 8ami-.:l Ghutin. ?f Be?lfor?l. Tth '" ?F. M. McMullks, of Green, nth " ?J. Y. Mbkifbe, of K?pp?vli?Bnock. V.ll " " ?A L. PBIUl?MOBE, of La?. "^ ra? 1?LY~C0X V?NtT?N Wild. BE NEITHER REPUBLICAN ' NOR DEMOCRATIC, NOR WILL ITS PLATFORM, NOR ITS ELEC? TORS. BE REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRATIC.''? Richmond Whig July 2d. t'onserrnllve Democratic V ou? Tcntion of the Scvenili CongreoMlonnl Dis irict. A Convention of delegates |to nomi? nate a Conservative Democratic candi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 July 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD tVOOD-lTOCK VA. Wednesday July 7, isso. TOWN AND OOimTY AITAHIS.^ B. & O. 11. R. Time Table.?On tnd after May 23d, 1880, trains will leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUND. Igor. 1:94 p. m. M, Tuos. Thurs. aud Sat. 11:47 a. , daily, 7.49 p. in. WEST BOUND. P.- iger, I'll p. tu. Freight, Mo?. Waal and Fri., 7:16 a. in. Fgt.,SiM. Tin.?. Thurs. and Sat. 10:5.*> a. m Fivrght, Mim Wed. and Fri., ,i:14 f. m. **??*?? ai m ?nao^ajjaaaa?M??????aa? Slasouic Notice? Casait Lodge, Xo. 142, P. A. II. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodsto.-k. the la^t Monday night of each mouth. A GOOD Yii:i.i>.?Mr, William . i Lis place, threshed 70} .'. from 81 shocks. A basket meeting will be held in ti e i arish grove,July 11th (Second Sun* day.) Preaching at 10)and 2 o'clock, g meeting 9 1 2. C >me all. 1 r - itated tli.U Col. John Paul will be the Readjuster candidate from the Bockingham district, aud that the Be* publicans will not nominate a ticket. Prime chewing tobacco only 45 a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 July 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Farming and Young Men Some time nge an address was de* livcred at the University of California by E. J, Wiclcson,E3q.,whose was topic the fl'ght of young men from the farm. 4It.i8 for the interest of general as well as.indivldual prosperity, to have every man embrace the opportunities which promise him greatest success, but it can not be doubted that agriculture loses the devotion of many young men whom she would richly reward, and who, in turn, would miuister to her advance? ment. 'There exists in most communities, something akiu to a sentiment that the place to attain success in life is any? where else but on a farm. But what is the thought that prompt young men to forsake agriculture ! There may he motives assigned, but I beiieye in the minds of many of the nobler class of young men it is a desire for improve? ment; an ambition ior wider success; an impulse to greatness. It is a thought which should stir the breast o? every young man. A young man who has not th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 July 1880

VOL. 00. fciii?ral %m\A WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14,1880. NO. 40. SKENAND?AH HERALD 18 P?BLlSHHf WK8XLT pv ?MENaNDCAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO tW ?lukacription, Ooe Dollar and a balfpt'r year payable i? adTaaea. A'l communication? of a private nature will be charged for aa a advertising. Job Print.iik'. All kind? of Job Work done at short notice cud the roost reasonable rates Professional Cordt. ? A H. WYNKOUP, 1 T TORNE Y AT*\LA IF, Office Wilh Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in the courts of Shenandoab. and ?ities. tV Special attention Riven to the collection of ?laims and all legal business entrusted to lis care. t\ii lb? in Mr. .iii-K-inv i": Friday i&d Xatur lx\. inf.re the '.'nd Tuesday of each nontb, at l>r. I,, II. Jordan's Drug Btora. ?ert. 5th?tf. w Walton. M. L. Waxton ALTOX ft WALTON. ATTOBafZTS AT L \W WOODSTOCK, VA. ?amOflCa WALTOX tlao practices in the Conn Mes of Page. Warm aul Rocklnghar?. IIiviiiK n'ialifled in the Pistrict and Clreuit "?onr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 July 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD il rr?tiiB?D wnaxLT ?t IHCNANHOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGIVJA. ? ?aa i Wedn*3?day .July 14, 1SSO. I'RErilDEXTItL TltKF.r. for president: W. Si Hancock. .OF PENNSYI.VAKIa. FOR VICE?PRESID ENT. Wm. H English OF INDIANA. ELECTORS? ?j, 1.LRCTOB8 at LAbOE. P. W.'.McEixnbv, MSOKfcnou.' DtarsicT'ELK'Toa?. lut District?Thomas Cboxtov, of Essex. I '?nd " ?I.. B. Watt?, o? Portsmouth. 3rd " ?Bill Cabtib, o? Hanover, ?th '* ?SAjtrsL L. Colxmax, of Cumberland. ?th " ?J. 8. Tipton, of llaliiax. ?th " ? Bamvxl GBirriN.of Bedford, ;th '" ? F. M. McMilles, of Green, stb " ?3. T. Nexifel, of Kapiiahannoci. 9th " ?A. L. Pbidcmobk, of Lee. "THE JULY CONVENTION WILL BE NEITHER REPUBLICAN NOR DEMOCRATIC. NOR WILL ITS PLATFORM, NOR ITS ELEC? TORS, BE REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRATIC." ? Richmond Wh ig, Juin 2d. Tue friends of the 7th of July ticket say if you want to carry the State for Hancock give up your ticket and vote for us. The old democrat answers him and says you would not...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 July 1880

SHENANDO?H HERALD WOtlDSTOC it VA. We?ueMdaY J???> ? l? 18***>* TOWS AKD 00?WTY AFrAIB^ B. & 0.1t. B. Timk TABLE.~On md ufter May 23d, 1880, trains will leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUND. Pseseagei.1:54 i>. m. Freight," Tues. Tliurs. and Sut. 11:47 a. in. Freight, daily. 7.40 p. ? WEST BOUND, Pttaa**aafar, 1:54 p. in. Freight, Mi?n. Wed. and Fri., 7: Hi ft. m. Fi;t.,Sun. Tues. Thurs. audSut. 10:55 a ni Fr. ruht, Mon Wed. and Fri., ;>:14 j>. m. I" . .. ?. ?" .. . -1 -L 'J Sinsonte Notice? Cauls Lodge, No. 142. F. a. II. in? cts in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, Un last Monday sight of each mouth. ? ? - - ? ' ? rvKTKiuuES seem to be uoosslly X?h lily tins season. Tlie protection laws have had a line eflect? A hail Btorin iu Ffege county lust S Uurduy injured the corn m son),- sec? tions. For colds, coughs, bronchitis and all all'ection9 of the linios, take Ajer'a Cherry Pectoral. M. II. Keakdox. ol .Vischcater, ' n porehsaed the Cutleit farm, 300 m rea, in Claike co...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 July 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE .Southern Planter and Farmer, the Oldest and Ablest Agricultural Journal in the South. Subscription 12.00 a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this exceller.': a a popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for $2,50, or six months for $1.50. Every farmer should have it. Canning Fruit. 1 would enjoy to have you dis? cuss the subject of canning fruit should an opportunity present itself. T appeal in time I trust for the needed information. A few ques? tions I would ask for fear your re? marks would not embrace them, viz: Can small fruits be canned nicely by simply placing them in the pan, pouring boiling water on, then seal? ing ? Which is better, to sweeten at the time of canning or when used ? Can a can remain open a iew moments before sealing without njury ? w. w. c, Rocky Ruh, Wi* These questions and numerous others of a similar nature have been waiting attention for several weeks. It would take too much space to paiticularize and so the various writ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 July 1880

VOLe'GO. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 21,1880. NO. 41, SHENANBOIH HERALD I? rotLiintP WV?SLT in fHENANDOAN HERALD PUBLISHING CO Ver Subserip!; ?i, 0-13 D )B?r sud a half, vtysb'.tt in a lr??oe. All communication? of a private nature will be -har-ed for as a advertlsiua. Job Printing. AH kinds of Job Work done at ?hortnoticcst"! it reasonable rates A Cards. ? . ?or, A T T ' V 1P '. 1 '.'. Offlc3 WilhHor. H.C. ALLEN. WOeil ?STOCK v.V. ' ? to of Shennndotli ami attention given to the collection of led t-' hit m-i-, t\ :i t I .v tnd Kat'ir ntli, at 31. L.WALT. \y i os ? w\ . XEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. --.in Virginia. ? urn, i'. "-'. Mai ? LLEN & MAGRUI ' LTORtNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH VA. \ s. H, Wl J. J V U i IAM8, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WO? , VA. ? Il am, 1 i-1 E. NDVM..X, ?" .V E Y .1 i" I A W, V.v. _ ; LEBEUGER, ri* ORXEI AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VA OBOE R. CA? VERT, ?I ATTORNEY AT LAW, N.. i Va. p. Walton - Jona 1? \\- . US ft QRABII ST9. WOODSTOCK, VA. ... t at the toa it. M.i'...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 July 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD I? t c?li?bd w???li ?v ?WOODSTOCK, VIRGiyiA. Wedneaday ; Jnly SI, 1880 PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. for pbfsidebt: W. S. Hancock. ?OF PEMNSYLVABIa. fob |vice*pbesident: Wm? H English. OF INDIANA. ELECTORS KLtcTOM ?T Laaec P. W. VlKlBaST, JoBsrEcaoia.* ^^^^ OlBTBlCT ElCTTOBB. lit PUtrict?Thomas Cboztos, cf E?*ex. I 2nd " ? U K. Watts, of Portsmouth. 3rd " ?Bill Cautbb, of Hanover. 1th " ?Sasiikl L. CoLBatA?, of Cumberland. 4th " ?i. 8. Tino*, of Balifax. 8th " ?Bamcbl Oatms.of Bedford. 7th " ?F. M. IIcMn.IBM, of Green. etb " ?J. V. MKKirBK, of Happabannoek. flit " ?Abcbix A. FblbgaB, of Montgomery "THE JULY CONVENTION WILL BE NEITHER REP?BLICAS NOR DEMOCRATIC, NOR WILL ITS PLATFURM, NOR IT'S ELEC TORS, BE REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRATIC."-- Richmond Whig uljld. "WE ARE NOT SUPPORTING THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES, NOR THE CINCINNATI NOMI? N?IS."?Jto...???.. Whig July 14th. TU fa- ? -L. . -I ? The Capitation Thi "4. That recognizing their obligation and proclaiming their intention to sup...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 July 1880

SHENA?.BOAH HERALD WOOOBTOI lv -, v. Wc-iiiet-diiy July 21, 1880. TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIBBL 11. & 0. It. It. Time Table.?On ?ml after May 23 1, 1880, trains leave Woodstock SB I'd] ea.-t BO?M??. Pasasagsi.1:54 p. m, Praight, Tucs. II . 11:47 a, m. Freight,daily, ;.?,. i?. m, Wist- BOUKD. Piisst'ijji-.-, |:g| j,. m, Friioht. Mon. W?d an?l Fri., 7:10 a. m. Ft;t.,Suu. Tu?.*. Ttni?. uiiilStt. 10-60 a. at' Fre-ght, Mua Wid. and Fri., 8:11 p. m Masonic Xotiee, Cassia Lc-age, No. 142, P. a. ii. in Masonic Hall, Wootlstock, tbe last Monday nlghl ofeacb month. ?r.Ta.lal.11 a? a^*^l*?*?l*^B?*CaaaWa?as???e?T?waaa>av>a. Wi: i.. ed more rain. Wo hope some of the yoong people will get op a big p'.e-nic. Fink rams have prevailed In some ?ectious of ; ? la others it has been ycrj dry. The Episcopalians, oft lis placo, ex? pect to have their church erected and finished by next ?October, ?-???.*?? ? - Ou?t farmers ai .. A nnm?. berof steam threshers are al 'I'? ll.is D is fair. Mi - \ George...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 July 1880

SoiTTilEKN I'LANTEKANDFaKUER the Oldest and Ablest Agricultural, Journal in the South, Subscription $200a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Jourr ^ w';th our paper one year for $2,50-, or -J** months for $1.50. Every farv.er 8ll0ula have it. Suinir er Drinks. u ,w?f cr *3 a luxury which would be irreplacable it dcnieil u9, but the* e are occasion3 when its too trf e use prove3 injurious, and wue' a other harmless liquids may J3**. substituted for it with benefit, jr/or persons working in harvest fields, or exposed for a length ot time to the heat of the sun, a cool, unintoxicathif- drink, but one sliglit ly stimulating in its effect is to be prefered. Oatmeal water is recom mended as being highly nutritious. Please publish directions for mak? ing good root beer, also some sim? ple, pleasant drink suitable for the harvest field. MHS, c. c. K. Fakgo, Dak. root beeb is made by infusing herbs and and bruised roots in boiling water. Burdock, yell...

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