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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 October 1880

VOL. 01. WOODSTOCK, YA?, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1880. NO. l. SHENANCO?H HERALD i? rCBLisKiLii wwawr r' JHENANDOAH HERALD PIJBLISHINO CO i?*- s ?:? anAaValf] ,\ . . tare v.iU he barged fr as a > Jot> l?iiniIno,. ? (.; ? a at- ?ho t ti x W V *?.V . Wilr. Han. s \Y kjaajfi ( T I A W, . C. ALLEN* v.v. rf Sbcnainlnah aiu! ??on of - care. -,y ni,l Kttlir W.TllN. \T LAW ?WOODSTi SaVMOKV.S***ALTOS ala" practice? in the Conn ' Clr-uit ?i liaiikriiLtcv. ?T? . tun, P. w. VAOr.rnF.B ALLEN & MAGRT'DER, .WiOKM.Y AT LAW, DSTOCK, EXANDOAII VA. * AS. H. WILMASia, J. J W?l ?jTJf. T. WlLMAJeta l\- flaUAMS fc r.UOTHF-B ATT?P.NEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. Prac- T'-vekirg. ,a,ni i ? ? 'K and Warren ivuintie? .also ?the i Virgiuia and in the r. s. Dtotrid . vivceial attention given to the collection of art E. NEWMAN, \t TTO B .v.." V AT LA W, Woodstock, Va. T-rae-.. -,-.ty and circuit (tints (.f Inanandoab, Uockinghaaa and Page. e-s>- | nd? will receive -. atteutij.1. - -If. ri. 11. RIDDLEBERGER...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 October 1880

SHENANBOAH HERALD I? ???.1?H?I> ?ttlLl BIT WCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, Wednesday Oet 13 1SS0 PP.IMIIIAIIH, TICKET. FOR TKMKtjSMTi OT. S? Hancock? ?H- I'lNNSVIVAUI.*.. .rot: v ice-i'kest. pent: Wm. H English OF INDIANA. ELECTORS? Electors at Labor. I-. W. MiKiN.,;?, JoH.s-*Irii,.i>. DlBTBll-T ELECTOR?. 1st District?Thomas Ckoxtos, of Eseet. Jad '? ?L. it. Waits, of Portsmouth. art! '?" ? Hill Carter, of H?nover. tth " ? Samcel L. CoLEMas.of Cunitolauil. ->th " -J. S. Tipton, of Halifax. Ml " ?Samcll Objitin.of Bedford. "ib '? ? F. M. McMriLEN, of Orten. -tb " ?I. V. MENirEE.'of Rappabannock. <tb " ?K. It. Henry, of Tazwell. FOR CONGRESS?7TU DISTRICT:? HON.HENRY CALLEN, OF SUENANDOAH. "THE JULY CONVENTION WILL BE NEITHER REPUBLICAX NOR DEMOCRATIC. NOR WILL ITS PLATFORM. NOR ITS ELEC? TORS, BE REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRATIC." ? Richmond Whig .lula ?d. "WE ARE NOT SUPPORTING THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES, NOB THE CINCINNATI NOM NEES."?Richmond Whio July Uth. f???...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 October 1880

?*- 5HENAND0AH HERALD WOO1) O fe-i rVC: B . VA Tt'ednes'liir ?><t l?"?? 1990J? * TOWN AND COUNTY APFAIES. B. ft O. It. li. Time Table.?On ind after May 23d, 1880, trains will iei.ve Wccdsiockas follows: EAST BOTJND. Passenger. I'M p.m. ,!u. Turf. Tl ers. m il Bat. 11:17 p.. m. Fri ici.:, ilnily, 7.10 p. m. WEST BOVKO. s****?, 1:54 p. in J'itiglit. Mon. We.l. and Fri.,~' 7:16 a. m Fgt.Sun. Res* Thurs. and Sat IftM u. ?*. Frwigbt, Men Wed. and Fri., 3:1-1 p. in. Itlnsonic Notice? Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Mssonic Hull, Woodstock, tl (? last Monday night of each month. Hi: 11) ! KKAD ! ! The Sm NAMii'.-.ii IIkr Ai d. Democratic in polllics aud sup? porting the rcuuiar Democratic ticket, will be furnished lo the Oral of of Janu ?ii\. 1881, for SO ct?s It you wan. a gced can paign *';:*ir. [that is opposed lo the radical ticket and to the mixet; Iciket, subscribe for Ihe Hebald. Fob fSa?a?*?A thoroughbred short born ball al s reasonable price. For particulars, apply ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 October 1880

FARM AND FIRESIDE Window t.itrdeniiiR Nothing adds more to the cheer lalness ot' home during the Winter months, when there is nothing green without, than a window full of thirifty plants. Not only is it pleasant lor those within, but the passer by is given a cheering thought as he views the beauty from with? out. Such examples arc not as com? mon as they might and ought to be. Bat, says one, I cannot have plants in my house dining the Winter, they require so much care; and be? sides I do not have good success with them. To succeed in grow? ing house plants one must be able to give them proper care at the proper time, and unless the owner has a love for the work, and takes nn interest in each plant, anel makes ? pleasure of it; they will not suc? ceed, so many are the difficulties to overcome. Some of the causes of failure are, want ot sunshine and pure air; too much or too little water; the tem? perature being too high or the re* verse;and the injury done the plants by insects. -Mos...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 October 1880

VOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1880. NO. 2. SHENANBOAH HERALD t? FcansHtr. w*aat,i ?v JHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO |W" Fu.sariptton, One Dollar aud a haifper*ycar payable In advance. A'1 communications of a private nature will te barged for as a advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at ?hoi t notice and the most reasonable rates Professional Cards. \ (.. WYNKOOP. A T T O R X E Y AT LA W, C.fice With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOOPSTOt'K TA. WiiltT?ctico in the courts of Shenandoali aud ?diaocnt counties. |W Special attention given to tbe collection of ?.laini? and all legal business entrusted to his care. Win mi; in Mr, Jm-ksos i?n Friday mid Satur? day, before the -nd TnesiUv of ench jionth, at ">r. L. H. Jordan's Dm;; Store, ih?tf. M(isf?\Vii,t,'\-, M. !.. Walton W 7ALTOS k VYALTOH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW "WOODSTOCK, VA. tWatOSXS WAXiTOB siso practieesiii the Conn? ue? of Page, Warrec ?na Rocktitgriani. aa .?ualifted in the District and Clrenit Courts >f...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 October 1880

SHENANL.3AH HERALD I? rOBLU-H?D ff'IILT HT SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO lA^^ I m * . OODSTOCK. VIKOINIA. WeiliiCMluy Oet 30 1S80 PRESIDENTIAX TICKET ros i-i:?>:i kxt: Ws S, Hancock. OV PENNs-YLVASIa. vor vice-president: Wxn. H? English 0> INDIANA. ELECTORS ? 1068' AT LaBO?. r. w. HcXn - jobn.Ecuols. DlSHUCI Eiectobs. i BOXSM, of Essci. ', Sad " "-L. B. Wa?ib, of FoHamontb. ,?? ? I!ii.j. t'.'irrsn. of Uanov?r. 4th " ? si'.;i i : 1 . ('. LEMAN.of CumbTlaatl ?til '? ?J. S. Tn-m.v, of Halifax. r.rh " ?Kamvi l GniFMS.cf Bedford. Tth " ? F. M. MfMi lien, of Gi?*n. vt>, " _.j, y. Manna, <f liapiiahaniiock ?111 " ? 1!. B. Ut.NKY, t? Tazvrell, VOR COXGKFSS?7TH MSTKICT:? RON.HENRY C.ALLEN, OF 8UEXAXD0AH. 'THE JULY C0NVESTI01N WILL HE S EITHER REPUBLICAN NOR DEMOCRATIC, NOR AVILI ITS PLATFORM. NOR ITS ELEC? TORS. BE REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRATIC."? Biehsnond Why Juin 2d. "WE ARE NOT SUPPORTING THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES NOR THE CINCINNATI NOM S) \.>.',?J:ichmond Whia Juhj Uth. Si.ena...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 October 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOOD08TCK VA. Wednesday Oct. 2?>, 1880. TOWU AHD OOUNTY APTAIES. B. & O. R. R. Time Table.?Ob Miel after May 23d, 1830, tiains will leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUND. Passenger. 1:54 p? m. Freight, Tuts. Thur?. ai.d Sat. 11:47 a. m. Freight, daily, 740, p. m. ' WEST BOUND. Passenger, 1:54 p. m Freight, Mon. Wed. and Fri., 7:16 a. FtTt.Sun. Tues. Thur?. and Sat. 10:55 a. m. Frerght, Mon Wed. and Fri., 8:14 p. m. Masonic Xotice. Cassia Lodse, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. RUAD ! READ !! The SHENANDOAH HeK ald, Democratic in politics nud sup? porting the reeuiar Democratic ticket, will be furnished to the first ot of Janu? ary, 1881, for 50 eta. If you waul a gocd can paign i&ptr, that is opposed to tie ladkal ticket and to the mixed teiltet, subscribe for the Herald. REGISTER, TO DAY. Tbe greatest of appilizers B. B B. ???v. W, S. Bowman D. D. of Char eston, S. L. will Breach iu the Lutheran ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 October 1880

FARM ANO FIRESIDE Southern Plante? and Farmer, the Oldest and Ablest Agricultural Journal in the South, Subscription, $2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. Wc will furnish this excellent and pepular Agricultural Journal, yvith onr ympor one year for $2,50, or six mouths Jor $1,50. Every farmer should have it. /'/-^--m- - - ?'t?o Domestic Recipe?. 7'V?> ' ? *?*???! ill you please publish directions fer prepating tomato soup and preserving it for winter use. Ought the tomatoes to be canned plain, or may they be made into soup sod then no.tied or Canned! Would also like a good receipt for tomnlo catsup and chilli saucer Cauued tomatoes may be maele iuto soup; it is more ecoaomical to prepare it ready for use before aa-rUlng as the roeluccd quantity can be put into small? er compass. tomato 'soup. Wash the tomatoes and, slice them without peeling, Measure aud put them to cook m a porcelaiu kettle. For every three quarts of sliced tomatoes aeld two onions, one carrot and one turnip, all cut 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. — 27 October 1880

VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1880. NO. 3. mi A?.D PUELISitNO CO or" St-.' hu pay ?ble : n ad ,. barg?-! for ?.? an, Job Pi All kind, of J ' the tit ?????????BsaKaava-?'^ \ '* A T T Office '? V. ?Alscei t 1ST ftp ?.latansand Will, i l ? Hr. I.. 11 ."? >.?tf. M w . ? res? iles oi I Ha-ir ? >.>urt9 .i >rapar ' ?living sveoia .:t-.' B. e'. VLLEX. ALLEX 4 ' at: i SUENA? ATT ? Fractle tam, 1 > : ? ' V. a t : Woo s'rpua.i I ... tar' IS? ? : v jrouii't .. teni t?. . r>\ BOB .1 I have made 1 ha?. Janet w ' We ar :.ie Lyni usualpr r|U. M.l'Il: BTR S one door ? June :'-::. . PS. Rl Dr. J.S. IrMn. D,l A? ?' SUR . . "ravel, in \Y< apt ?tl laii.Mth tt DB. 0. B. PA Physieir., . - t? i OFFICE A Rr'. dOUS?. M&'Driiri Hotel. .:-tf. A. P. MT This I : ? chaivbeel SaB.lt?tf. ? , y m I\ a r - y ALI ? v E ni N i; i I-'. BOLTZA i?. - 'ibis ll'.'.'.se I y situai' ratea. Tran?.':. A-e-k Will F.teeUent Suiph i.- an the hotel. vu. . . This house is : the beat style. 1...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 October 1880

SHE^AMDOAH HERALD r? :T?iiisHjtB weaiLT a?/ ? 1GAH HEflALO PUBLISHING CO mm WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. ?eflncsrtay Oet 27 1880 f rii:SIDEXTIAIa TICKET. for president: We Sa Hancock. ?OF PENN-sYLVANTa. for vice-president: Wm. H? English Of INDIANA. ELECTORS gm-;'- I l> ?MM at Lasgk. I'. W. .:.?is;,'?,'.'; Jobn.Ecbol*. IPisibict Elictor?. -;\ t?Thomas CitoxTo-?, of Essex. ?K K. Waits, of Portsmouth. " ?lint. Cartkb, of Banover. 4ta ?? Si Will L.CoLXMA?,of Cuint>?iTlar.cl. " ?J, s. Tti'TON, of Halifax. t?i " ? Sasm m, Ommn.of Bedford. _l M. Mi-Mt lien, of Oreen. - I. V. M-anrKB, of Kappabannock. ?? - :.. B. litsitY. of Tazwell. FOP. CC-N'OKISS-TTII DISTRICT:? KON.HENRY CALLEN, e>l SUESANDOAH. '?THE JULY CONVENTION W1?.L BE NEITHER REPUBLICAN SOB l'EMOCRATIC. NOR WILL ITS PLATFORM. NOR PI'S ELEC? TORS. BE REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRATIC."? Richmond Whig "Wi: ARE NOT SUPPORTING : DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES THE CINCINNATI NOM $."?Richmond Whi>/July lith. The Mahoneites have publiched 'an which th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 October 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOOnOHTCK VA. Wedneedav Oct. ?7? ts80. T0W1? AND COITNTY AITAIES. B. & O. K. li. Time Table.?On ?.nd after May 23d, 1880, trains will leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOVND. l'isscr-ger.1:54 p. in. Freight, Tue?. Thurs. nid Sat. 11:47 a. m. Freight, daily. 7:49. J>. in. w isT BOUND. Pas?enger, 1:M p m Freight. Mon. Wo 1. and Fri., 7:16 a. nv Fsjt-'. Sun. Tasa. Thurs and Sat. 10:55 a. ui. Fr.-rght. Mon Wed. and Fri., 3:14 p. m. ? . m ' i ?^?*?; Masonic \otieo. Cassia Lodge, No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the la?t MODOa? night of each month. Ki: II? ! READ ! ! The ?MIENANDOAH HER? ALD, Democratic in politics aud sup? porting the uuiar Democratic ticket, will be furnished to Hie first ol of Janu? ary, 18S1 far 50 eta. 11 you want a gocd campaign pu per, that is opposed to the radical ticket and to the mixed teikct, f-ubscrite for the Herald. Episcopal Services in the Court House, Sunday Oct. 31st 11 o'clock A. M. and 7J P. II. HOOD.?Now is...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 October 1880

t, ',' ' ?"* ' ? ' I II ? I .?J ? POllTiCAL MEWS, fa'??t?SrlB?TaB??*SB?T?B?^^ Tlio Contest in Virginia Zl tV.1 E? ?i'ft/ieX. T. Thnes In your issue of the 21st instai there appeared a communicatic from tout ible and generally accv rate correspondent UH, C," whic is calculated to mislead the publ :st itical situation in Vi giuia. ii that the Rep?blica voten in Virginia arc almost unan mous in their support of Garfiei ami Arthur. I say this unhesiti tingly, because 1 have taken muc pains to ascertain the true state i t:ie case. I have been in the No folk, the Richmond, the Alexandra and the Lynchburg Districts, an have seen and talked with Republ cms from every part ol the Stat I 1 find with few exceptions tin they arc enthusiastic in their suj. port of Qarfield and Arthur. Thei lire some marplots who profess 1 be Republicans, but they do n< amount to a row of piii3. It i true\ as "Ii. C" says, we have n< on. Republican party thoi oughly in Virginia, and the room ot the State Ce...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 November 1880

VOL, 61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1880. NO. 4. SHENANDOAH HERALD I? nULlltf.-.) WVCKLT M rHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO r '. - ? ?. -: ... . - ? 3 W *<ut?aription, One Dollar ami a halfper^year paytble la idvmce. A'l communications of a private ilutare will be barge? for n i idrertisliig. Job Printing. AU klndi of Job Work done it ihort notice and the most reasonable ratet Proitssic/ml dards. A G. WYXKOOP. AT T O B N E Y 4 T I A W, Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice in thecourt* of Kbenandoah and ?d.iaceut counties. jaT* Special attention given to the oo'.'eotion of slalm? and all legal bnstueet- ' ,;? care. willmin Mr. laenao* oa Friday ind Satur? day, before the '.'nd Tuesday of each mouth, at Dr. L. H. Jordan'? Drug Store. 8ept. 5th?tf. Moats Waltok. at. L. VflXTO? WALTON ? WALTOV, ATTORNEYS AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA. m**MOSE3 WALTON tlso practices in the Ccun iles of Tige, WarreL ana Kockinghaui. Having qualified in the District and Clrsuit ?o...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 November 1880

SHENANDOAH HERAiD ta PUBLisKtp wrixtr nv tHENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ? M? ' " ?WOODSTOCK, VIR?.1NIA. UC?!B(>Sf!H3 - >ov S 1880 ELECTION RETURNS OF SHENANOOAH COUNTY. t'KSClKCTi S Strasburg.205 j 58 14 Lebanon Church. 57 ' 69 6 Mt. Oiive. 13 | 34 8 Court House.282 ? 179 67 Peer's Tan Yard.81 i 3 7 Town Hall.132 | 93 31 Dry IlunS. Home_48 26 13 Harmnn's Mill.17 , 12 13 Edmbnrg. 31 i 298 13 Columbia Furnace... 24 j 112 97 Mt. Jackson.171 j 134 39 Cabin Iiii). 33 j 44 7 Hudson X Loads....000 ? 000 13 New Market.130 : 96 j 19 Porestville.91 ! 63 i C00 Jno.D. Miller's.34 ! 2 ! 600 Quicksburg. 46 '< 77 ! OOfl Total.9?9 9999 9999 For Congros Purer _ I < ? Strasburg.200 70 Lebanon. 55 Moont Olive. 15 46 Court House.288 238 Central 8, House. 81 Town Hall. 140 112 Dry Bun S. House. 48 38 Harman's Mill. 43 41 Kt?nburg. 36 304 Columbia Furnace. 21 206 Mt. Jacksou. 171 167 Calinliii!. 35 49 Hudson XRhoads. 43 41 New Market. 127 114 Forestvillc. 89 63 Juo. i>. Miikr's. 34 2 QoJc...

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

SHENAMDOAH HERALD WOODOSTCK VA. Uedne?da> Sot-2, lc-.Su. TOWN AND COUNTY AFFALES. B. & 0. R. K. Time Tarle.?On ?nd after May 23d, 1880, trains will leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUND. Passenger.1:54 p. m. Freight, Tues. Thur?. nr.d Sat. 11:47 n. m. Fre-iglit, iluily. 7.4;?, p. m. ' WEST ?OVND. Passenger, 1:54 p. m Freight, Mon. Wed. and Fri., 7:16 b. nr F_;t.. Sun. Tues. Thurs. and Sat. 10:55 a. in. Frerght, Mon Wed. and Fri., 3:14 p. m. Masonic Notice? Ca>si? lMk*A No. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of eachmonth. Uli All ! HEAD ! ! j The, Shenandoah Her Ai.i?, Democratic in politics ami sup-| porting the rcguiar Democratic ticket, will be furnished to the first ot of Janu? ary, 1881,fot SO cts. It youwan'. a| ge tl can resign paper, that is rpposeil to tbe radical ticket end to the nixed I tciket, sabacribe for the Herald. \IOOD.?Ni'sv la ihcUme to bring tin- wood, FU ase yne it to us as scon as you eau. Xo more dyspepsia 15. B....

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 November 1880

FARM AND FIRE SIDE ? ? i SOCTHERX PLANTER ASD FaRMER the Oldest and Ablest ^Agricultural Journal in the South, Subscription, #2,00 a year, Richmond, Va. Wc will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr paper one year for $2,50, or six months or #1,50. Every farmer should have it. Kinds of Food. Alljkinds of food consist chiefly of four elements, called Jltganogens ?ox}gen, nitrigen, hydrogen, and carbon. The varieties of food, ani? mal and vegetal, are caused by the various proportions in which these elements are combined. Animals and veget?is have nearly the same constituents, They both answer the same general purposes. They furnish nourishment to the various tissues, and then they furnish the means of generating heat. In warm air, less head is needed to be gener? ated in the body. In cold, more heat is needed than in warm. Food is divided into tissue-forming and heat-forming. Carbon is the chief element used for warming the animal body: so articles contain...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 November 1880

il ni i ssi m uiaasaaatsas .?sa? l m) ' ?*" '" VOL. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1880? NO. 5. SHENANBOAH HERALD is rcBVitnun weeklx nv .HENaNDOAH HEflALD PUBLISHING CO 19" Sufctcription, " I !?i:fpor j-tar payable in advance. A'l ecmm-aniaatiinaof a privito uatv.re will be j barged ior as ? Job Printing. All tin.ls of Seeand V .1 T . I .1 W, Ken. H.C. ALLEN. - K VA. ah and tion of ? I Satur v? ? ' ? lise: be Cov.ii Hc 1? ruotcv. ; - \!Y AT LAW, ? K. V, VA. . - VA ? K, VA. i n ? : ' : ic ihr.t I*. .1. pro OR. 0.0. GARTER, i Surgeon, \ A. ?a the . .-y a:.d ?l'l'. COURT Ci IIXIA. . Prop's. - ? .1 Wash M.l '"<< 7 ?tf TMU HOTEL, A ?;va. shed in 11 be supplied at II I lie bar ; rs, such all randy, bottled .i pains i-nfort? r-.t guest?. ii.billig and exiierl?ii.-ed bustler?. v.. tjEAKY, l'roprietor. Feb. in -tf. CrB\L HOTEL j NRW MARKET, VA. "iw. Prop rie trca. Havi red tlill wel knitra !? : t?on o gaeat? and 1> ?jrders - Mir;'?undcd among which fautif u I i ?ties d...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 November 1880

3HENAND0AH HERALD IS rCBLliUID WISKLT ?v iHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO i?-- ' ? - -? WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday \ov 10 I ?SO OFFICIAL RETURNS OF SHE1NAND0AH COUNTY. i'iariNv i-. 'S ?* Strasburg.205 58 Lebanon Church.57 09 Mt. Oiive. 15 38 Ccurt House.282 179 Centrait?. House.79 3 Town Hall.132 93 Dry Kuu S. House.... 48 26 Harrnan's Mill. 17 12 Edinburg.31 298 Columbia Furnace.... 24 112 Mt. Jackson.171 134 Cabin Hill.33 44 1 X Heads.... 37 I 34 New Market.130 Forestville.91 Jno. D. Miller'.34 Cjuicksburg.: 47 14 6 8 67 7 31 13 14 13 97 39 1 12 96 19 63 000 2 I 000 75 I 000 Total.1433 1336 350 For Congre?* PbECIXCTO. a ? "3 I ZZ es _I < fis Strasburg.199 72 Lebanon. 55 74 Mount Olive. 15 46 Court House.288 238 Central S. House. 85 4 Town Hall.140 112 Dry RunS. House. 48 38 Harmati's Mill. 13 26 Edinburg. 36 304 Columbia Furnace. 21 206 Mt. Jackson....,. 175 167 Cabin Hill. 35 49 Hudson Xlthoads. 43 41 New Market.127 114 Forestville. 89 63 Jno. i). Miller's. 34 2 Q eta tvrg....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 November 1880

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOOD08TCK VA. Wedneodivr !*?? ??7788l?7 TOW! AUD OO??JTTY isITaUBS. B. & O. R. K. Time Table.?On ?.nd after May 23d, 1880, trains is ill leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUND. Passenger. 1:54 p. m. Freight, Tues. Thur*. and Sat. 11:47 a. m. Freiglif, daily. 7:49. \>. in. WEST BOUND. Passenger, 1:M p- m Freight, Mon. Wed. and Fri., 7:16 a. in Fgt.,Sun. Tue?. Thurs. and Sat. 10:55 a. m. Freight, Mon. Wod. and Fri., 8:14 p. m. ? -^?MSJ???a??? I ^^????i Masonic Xotioe. Ca?sia Lodge, No. 142, P. ?. M. nuc?s in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, tht? laxt Monday night of each month. Ki:.ii>! KKim: The SHENANDOAH Il ER ai.i>, Democratic in politics and sup? porting the reguiar Dtmocrallc ticket, will be furnished to the first ot of Jnnu-1 ary, 1881. for 50 ft? It vouwan. a I good campaign paper, that is opposid to the radical tit-ket and to the mixed j tciket, subscribe for the Herald. Partridges are DOW suffering. Pro? tection has ceased and htinUrs ate en. joying t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 November 1880

FARM AND RRE SIDE Socthkrn Planter and Farmer the Oldest and Ablest Agriculture Journal in the Sooth, Subscription, $2,00 a ?ear, Richmond, Vs. Wc will furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with onr paper one year for$2,,">0, or six months or $1,50. Every farmer should have it. Fall Fashions). It is fashionable now to stoop ; not metaphorically but litetally. The latest freak of Metropolitan belles is nothing less than to curve their spines and droop their shoul? ders nntil they look like hopeless consumptives. A correspondent of the Syracuse Journal thus writes of this idiotic fashion. The grand af? ternoon parade of the belles on Kilth avenue has begun. Seeing a num? ber of young women elegantly dress? ed, stooping over as though wcak chestcd, or chary of stepping on their heels, I looked at them with sympathy as they passed, but when the number increased 1 asked the meaning of this peculiar bend, or stoop of the belles. Imagine your correspondent's surprise ...

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