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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 June 1882

er w W?OD8TOCK VA. WctlllCSdaY JUUC 11, IS*2 OWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. [ tutored at tlit> Post Owe, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] tin and after May 21st, '.18S2, trains will leave Woodalook as follows; KAST liOVND. >*(..,.".-> ^T:^il Virressand l'ass. st.4.06r.M. ?? i'..il Vn'y freight "... . 1U.30 a. m - SSI Through freight, ".7.51 Y. M. WS8? l.Ol'M?. Ne.il? Maflftt?itst tad Pata, ?t-2.P6 p.m. " MS Way ficight, ".lUr.a " SSS 'through Fre?ala, " .s.4" e. M. I Leaves Staunton at .1.40 p.m. " ?? '? Harrisoubitrg ".?.M " " " Arrives yvaiih. ".8.14 '? '? " " Baltimore ".10.11) leaves Baltimore ".7.80 a.m. " ?? " Washington ".Mu - ?' " Arrives Uarrisoiibnrg ".4."2 p. M.. " " " Staunten '?.6.i'l " ? and 033 daily, all other trains dally ex iday, U. L. CAMFBEIX, A?t. CHURCH DIRECTORY. 1 ITllll'.W. Fev. A. A.?. Bnshong, preaches in the Latberau ('hutch, at WocdutoiVon the mornings of the l?t and 2d Sabbaths and at night on the 4ii Sabbath of each month. METHODIST. Re?. J....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 June 1882

hxm nub jf?rfs?br# p ?Sv o*' t'OUTDEKN I'LAMElt AN?TaKMER the Oldest aid Ahh st A21 ?cultura Journal in the South, Subscription, 12,00 a year.'Richmor.d, Va. We will furnish this excellent' aud dopular Agriiultural .Journal, with our paper one year for$2,?0, or six months or $150. Every ?armer should lave it. Work for the Agriculturist* A vast work lies be'ore the culturists of tlic State of Virginia. It will not do to stack our arms as it the battle was won. Rather should we prepare to pnsh forward onr lines. R?verai matters of great in tance bave been brought to the attention of the Legislature?mat? ters In which the lar mera of our ?State are deeply interested. The regular session and t!:e extra ses? sion have come to a close and noth? ing which the ?'aimers demanded has been done. There is a way in which the agriculturists can enforce their wishes, and il seems there one way, and that is, throw party and vote for only such n honorable men, high-toned men, who, when they pledge t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 June 1882

Ilteiaiiiii VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1882. NO. 35. I' ftllLuHH VKtKLT *T S ?ENANilJA.? MERM.0 PUBLISHING CO f Subssrigtion, Osk Dollab asn a hhlp par year payable in advam.. payable In advance. J AH communications of private nature will be c urged for aa a advertising. Job Prlntlug. All kinds of Job Work done Hinh?rt uoticeand | ou '-o? roost reas xiab'e terms. Profctsio.-ial Cards. "I EMIT?. BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT HW, WOODSTOCK, V1BGINIA. Offi -e vf ith \V. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel. in the Burner Kuilditu. Any ilaimi for collect: 'il. left with .ith-r . ! thill gentlemen. Of any matter of business communicated to them, ?ill receive my prompt attention, OSaOt open during all business hours. May 3 -ly. R OBERT J. WALKER ATTOIINEY AT-! AW W si ?... Viaonru. f^yOSiee in Bur . Nov. 30.?lyr. I !; ATTORNEY AT LAW, STR?SIilT.G, VI1.G1NIA. "Prompt attention given to the collection of Warren aud PtndtileS May lstu '81,-Iy. slsims in .slieuandoah, A G. WYNKOOP, A V T O U...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 June 1882

ib?man?}0ab mtu?b t? tu.Li.Ban wac?LT ?v 8HENAN0OAH HEBM.D PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. WedDeeidar, Jane 81 imssi Shall Musiey be our next Con giessman from the State at large, Isa question winch teem? to have inter? no small!'degree, both the ?tic and Coalition parties. That is entitled to the gratitude of the people ol the Sla'.e for his manly stand against Mahone and bossisro, there is no doubt. For mouths, he checked the partir?n Legielature which waa threatening the people. The coalitionists tell us that Masscy's con? duct was prompted by impure motives. Such may or may not have been ibe case. Politicians are generally judged by their acts and i c4 ly the motives that prompted tl.eir official conduct. Massey has done good work for the people, m lis opposition to Mahoneism. He i? hat? d at d despised by the coali? tionist*. It is natural,that such should be the case, for he to a great eirgree i? responsible (or the defeat of their pel scheme which would have left but two d...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 June 1882

WOODSTOCK VA. WediicadaY June 21, IS82 OWE"AHO 00?NTY APFAIES. 1 Entered at the Post Oftie, st Woodstock, Va. a| second-class matter.] on aud after May 21st, ^lSBS, trains will leavo I Woodstock as folio EAST BOINH. Sst.eS* Mail lapress and Pass. at..1.06 p.m. " 631 Way freight "... 1'i.Sti a. M " 633 Through Ircikit.t. ".7.51p.m. YVKST BOOMS. No. M Vail Express and Pass, at_2.0? p.m. '? eiu Way freight, ".2.12 p.m. " 638 Through Freight. ".MS a. m. I Leaves Stsuntoii at .-,1.40 p.m. " " '? Harriioiifcurg".Ml ?? ?? " Arrives Wash. ".IX '? .' lultimore ". .10.10 " " 610 Leave?Baltimore ".....7.*>a.m. " ? .. Washington ".B.SS " " Arrives Harrisonburg ".LSI r. v. " " " Staunton ".SJS " No. 638 and C33 daily, all other trains daily ex? cept Sunday. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt, CHURCH DIRECTORY. llTlltKAN. BSV, A. K.J. Bushong, preaches iu the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings ol the l't and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the i'.t: Sabbath of each mouth. ^METllulHsT. lier. J.'R. Vanh...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 June 1882

Ifitrm anb |f?n$?? -? M PTBBI l'LANlKlt AND F.lKil the Oldesi and Abies! Agticult Journal io the Scots*, Bnhacripli #2,00 a year, Iiii! iiioiul, Va. We will furnish tins excellent i dopular Agricultural .Tournai, with < paper one year for 12,50, 01 six moo or$150. Every farmer ihoul Tlie Old Kail Pea?*. I am told by foreign tourists t! while many of tur It cos are Hectcd io those of other lands, i zigzag fence is to le peen in no o er coun'iy. it is typical ol . land. It is known a.? tie snake Viiginia fence, and as the relic ol lavish era ot unlimited ioresti History decs not cliionicle the nai ot its inventor, lut I have long ail learned to cherish a profound spect lor this unknown individu It is hard lor me to imagine in t person of this primitive rail-split the picture otan nntntoiee bac woodsmen, and 1 never followed t course ol one ol tnese fences *vi out lceling a certain consciousui that its original luilder moat ha seen his woik (hrongh eyes artis as well as practical. T...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 June 1882

?toiiidiil Sepia VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2?3, 1882. NO. 36. ^nanboab ?trato r. ruBLi.aan t/.bkli m HENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO *"?~8ubesrlgtion, use Dollar and a-bblt par year payable in advance, payable In advance. ? AU communications of private nature wlU be charged for as a advertising. Job Printing. All ktnda of Job Work done atfahort notice and on ?ne most reasonable terms. Professional Card*. JSO. L. EELLEtl, attorney at law, Woodstock, Shenaxpoah Co., Va. ?Will practice In the county and circuit cou rt? of Sheuandoah, and adjoining counties. taV Special attention to collection of claim?. June 21 '?2?tf. LEMUEL BORDES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. Any claim? for collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or any matter of business commiiuicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office 'open during all business hours. May 3 -ly. _ ROBERT J. WALKER ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 June 1882

Iintatiboafa lirait? ta ?oai.i?H?j) w ? mu, i *? HCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING 10 WOODSTOCK. VIRO 1X1 A. WtM.ne-H.iJ.y Jnno 38 1883 Th? meeting of the Mahoneitc and Rep?blica.' committees and their joint ord.r requiring conventions to be held to nominate coalition candidates lor Congress is evidence that the coalition is complete, The men who claimed to be democrats, but were rcadjusteis, dem?>cralic-rcadjuslcrs. are nowcoili tiouists. It would Dot do for them to adopt the Dame cf republicans too suddenly. The sturdy old democrats, who were always democrats, hut were realjusters, could not be hoodwinked and passed off for republicans too sud? denly. The itl'ort will now be made to ?Dducc them to swallow the sugar coated pill, under the name of coalition. Get this fairly down, it is thought. there will be no trouble in getting them to swallow the most ultra radicalism of the Arthur-Conklit g kind, before an? other presidential election occurs. TLis joint order is signed by William M...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 June 1882

"t?1 ^?5 WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesdav June 2S, Igst QWK ARD CO?KT?~AmiBB. I entered at the Post OfSo, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] On and after Hag ?Ht, klSSft, train? wiU leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOVND. Bo. OSS Mail Fxpre?? ?nil Pas?, at. ... '.' .1,1 \. m. ?? o31 Wuylreicht "... . 10.30 a. M. ?? 033 Through frei-jht, ".7.51 e. si. WBS1 LOIND. No. fdO Mail Express aud Pus*, at.2.00 r. m. Way freight, ??.2.12 " 038 Through Freight. ".8.40 a. at. | I I-eaves Staunton at.1.40r.M. . U?rr!s?ub'irg ".2.3'J " '? Arrives Wash. ".S.M '? " - Baltimore ". .10.10 ? Leave? Baltimore ".?.SHa.yi. ?? ? " Washington ".8.4o ?' " Arrives Harrisotiburg ".tM W.U. " " " Staunton ".t>M Bo?SM and 033 dally, all other train? daily ex-1 ettpl Minday. S. L. CAMPBELL, Agi L 1 . '.' ' --- -. - . < '??TJRCS? DIRECTORY.! BOV. A. A-1. Bushong, preaches in th. Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the Is? and id Siibbathe and at night ou the 4th Bsasatn Of lach mouth. ?-gBTH I BOT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 June 1882

Mm an?r Sirt?ib*. -? ' ... VBM^?^ . FO?IIIEKN l'LAMl-U ANDFakMKK the Oldest and Alli?t Agi icuH lira Journal lu the South, Submip'.ir.n, 12,00 a year,"Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent ami dopular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for $2.00, or six months lor?l?O. Every farmer .?hot;ld have it. ?MB"*-??-----?-?? ? ?? ? Poultry Xotes Give the poultry ? dosl balli ns often as desired. (?ravel for fowls, to promo le di gestion, should always be accessi? ble. Siiirmilk will bring letter re? turns in eggs than when fed to pigs. Do not crowd too many hens in one house. If you do, look out for disease. Plenty of fresh air is all times essential to the health of chickens. especially in the summer. Feed tcwls systematically two or three times a day, and allow (hem plenty of exercise. Keep plenty of fresh water snd clean runs for the poultry, Li me well the floors ar.el damp places. Give hens tree access to lime in some loi in. They must baye the raw mateiial in order t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 July 1882

YOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1882. NO. 37. ?TFF_ ia ruMLHii ?eaasLT i>v MENASDOAM HERM.D PUBLISHING (O ?tar8ubai>rigtion, One Dollab and a-huli par year payable in advance, payable In advance. ? AU communication? of private nature will be oiargedfor aa aadvertielng. Job Frintlaig. All ktnda of Job Work done atpthort notlceand,? on un? most reaeonab'e terms. Professional Cards. JXO. L. KELLErt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woodstock, Shexandoau Co., \'.\. Will practie? in the comity ami circuit OM rtsof gbenandoah, and adjoining eonnttaa. tr Special atieutiou to collection of claims. June 21 '82-tf. _ _ LEMfEL BORDES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, "WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Offlee with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hottet, in tbe Burner Building. Any claims tor collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or any matter of business communicated t> them, will receive my prompt attention. Office open during all business hours. May S -ly. R OBF.I.T J. WALKED ATTOKNEY-AT-I.AW, Woodstock, ViKonr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 July 1882

) o o i CT ft ?nst.:s?n ???.itEi.t r.T SHENANDOAH HERM-O PUOLISHINO CC WOODSTOCK. VIKGIXIA? Weil ne??, av, July 5. IMS. fi?M?J?IGEIl KCIDENTS CP IKS LAST ACT. A NIGHT OF BROKEN SLUMBERS. SCENES AT THE JAIL. Marching to tho Scaffold The Assassin & Djlng Prayer A POEM OX ? SIMPLICITY.'. Charles J. Gur.eau, who murdered President Garfield on July 2, 1881, was execnttd on Friday June 80th, in the city jail at Washington, tit 12.40 P. of., in the presence of about 250 spectators, The ''dying prayer," which he com possed in the hist hours t f his li;e, was read from the scaffold. His body tea delivered to a committee oi physicians who are expected to ariive at some conclusion concerning II e asi n.ental et odilioti from an ezammatioo of the brain and other organs. Ili conduct on the IcaflbM was in entre kieping ?Hh bis whole carter, ili. d as he lived, en inexplicable unf? it-?v. tUiiiteau** Last Xight Washinc.tvx, D.U. 00?C.uiteau's last night on earth was one losg to be remembered b...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 July 1882

^tnantoalj Itralb WOODSTOCK VA. WedneadaT July 5, 1882. OWy AHD OOITKTY AITAIES. [Entered at the Poet Offie, at Woodstock, Va.! a second-class matter.} ?mend aft :r May Ust, 188'i, trains wlU leave Woodstock ss follows : EAST BOUND. No. 60S Mall Express and Pass, at.9.31 a. at. '? 631 Way freight "... . 10.80 a.m. ?? 639 Through freight, '*.7.51p.m. WEBT 1'OVSD. No. 610 Mall Express and Psss. at.2.06 r. m. " 640 Wsy freight, -.2.I.P.M. " 638 Through Freight, ".8.40 A. M. ' " 606 Leave? Staunton at.. .1.40 p.m. " " " Harrisonburg".2.39 " ;" " Arrives Wssb. ".8..M " *' " " Baltimore ".10.10 " " 610 Leaves Baltimore ".7.30 a.m. ?' ?? " Washington ".8.40 - *' " arrives Hsrrisouburg ".4.02 p. m. " " ? Staanton ".?.OS " No. 638 and 033 daily, all other trains daily ex? cept Sunday. ? ?. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIKECTOBY. LUTHERAN. Bev. k. A.4. Burhong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock ou the mornings of the l?t and 2d Sabbath? aud at night ou the 4th sabbath of each m nth "M...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 July 1882

farm anb Ifirrsiot ??\ w3? 1 -.^^>?^-*t?'." SOCTHEBN Tl-ANIKR ANDFai'MFR the Oldest aid Al-hst Agiicullura Journal in the South, Subscription, (2,00 a year, Bicl inonJ, Va. We will furnish this excellent and dopular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for $2,50, or six months M r $150. Every latnur ?-liocilil have it. Regularity in Feeding Stock. While it is highly important that every farmer should provide good tood tor his horses and cattle*, yet it is equally important that they should le fed regularly, at stated periods. Animals are good time keepeis : and it the hour passes at which they are commonly fed, they are apt to make their wants known; especially is this the case of the cow. It is a wry Lad practice to leed her often and irregularly, and some farmers have an idea that almost every time I lie barn is en? tered tlie cows should be given hay or fodder. This is a mistake. The great object in view is to keep the cow quiet and contented, which can be ?eadly acco...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 July 1882

VOL.62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNP;SDAY, JULY 12, 1882. NO. 38. Ijljenanboal) ?*ralb u ?cansaan w?B*tT ?v t'KNANOOAM HCRALD PUBLISHING <0 ?V Mubecription, Oke Doxxa* and a halk per year payable In ?dv?nce. All ootmmanlcfttlonsot private nature will be charged for H advertising. Job Printlu?. All kind? of Job Work don? ?tBhort notice ?nd ea ">? moat reaaonab'e term?. .1 | . . \ ?. -. J'rofetrional CanU. JNO I.. EELLEi?, ATTOBNRY AT LAW, WOODBTOCK, SHENANDOAH Co., Va. Will practice In the county and circuit cou rtsof ?tieuendoeh, and adjoining counties. fW~ Sp?cial ?Mention to collcetion of claims. June 21 82-tf iklCKL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Otts* with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe Botta!, In the Burner Building. Any claim? for collection, left with either of tbeee gentlemen, or any matter of business communicated to them, vlll receive my prompt attention. Office open during all bualnees hour?. Hay ? -ly. _ ROBERT J. WALKER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Woodstock, Yikoinia. HP ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 July 1882

lienanboalj 1 trato I? tOSLlSBU) WS?KLI ?V SHENANDOAH HEBM.D PUBLISHING (O WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. fleduefutaj. July IS. 1SS2. WAR IN EGYPT. Bombardment of Alexandria. The bombardment of Alexandrin, Egypt, by the English fleet began at (i o'clock yesterday (Alexandria time.) The Governor of the city n fused to surrender the fortifications, and Admi? ral Seymour accordingly opeued fire at the time named in the ultimatum. Ile began the war with the full concur* reoce of his government. The fact that the bombardment would begin this morning was announced in both houses of Parliament yesterday. Most of the foreign residents of Alexandria hsve gone on shipboard, -????????? ?JSJSSBWa?-1 An Important DECisioN.?Judge Wellford, iu the Circuit Court at R ch moud, Va., Saturday, rendered a decis? ion against the State iu the case of Gannt vs. the Slate of Virginia, iu which Gacnt asked an injunction to re? strain the misappropriation of the pro? ceeds (500,000) of the sale ot the State's interest...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 July 1882

f^niaiibOwiI} mtul? s WOODSTOCK VA. Wednc*ilav July 12, I***. ?WN AND COUNTY ATFAIBS. [Entered at the Post Oftie, at Woodstock, V?.'.* second-clas? matter.] on and ?fter May 21st, ld>2, nains will leave Woodstock as follow?: EAST DOfND. No. 606 Mail Express and Pass, at.0.31 a. m. " 631 W?y freight "... . lo.St) a. m. m 633 Through freight, ".7.51 v. u. WEST I'.OVSb. No. C?O M?il Expresa ?ndFae?. at.2.00 v.it. ?? C40 W?y freight, ".2.12 r. n. " 638 Through Freight. ??.8.40 i " " 606 Leaves SUunton ?t.1.40 p. M. " " " Harrlsouburg".2.39 " " " Arrives Wash. ".8.54 ?? " " " Baltimore ". .10.10 " " 610 Leaves Baltimore ".7.30a.m. ." ? " Washington ".8.4" ?' ? " ArrivesHarrisouburg "..?..4.02 p.m. ... u ? guant?n ".6.0? " No. 638 and 633 daily, all other trains daily ex? cept Sunday. 1!. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ???"? ? - - . IS, -s CHURCH DIRECTORY. 1 lTUtKAX. liev. A. \.4. Eushong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the l?t ?nd Ud Mibbktbs and at night ou the ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 July 1882

THE CHEAPEST ?AND? THE BEST!! -:0: has. F Fravel For Chettp l'ainting. Graining,' Marbling, Pa? per Hanging, KalsominiD?, fcc. If you wau a gond and cheap job, don't fail to GIVE HIM A CALL before poing elsewhere. Every job injured to stand, If not, repainted tor nothing. Homes painted on short notice, and in the latest stylt. Special attention given to Graining and Marbling, Addrets him tt May 31 st.-tf. WOODSTOC K, V A Normal Institute. WOODSTOCK, VA. Willbe^in Monday, JILY lTtli, 1X82, ?nd con t mue seven weeks, closing Fri.luv September 1st, 18A?, with a public examinati-m by the County Superintendent of Schools. INSTRVCTORS :? J. Monroe Hottel, A. M. and Cooper D. Schmitt, A. B. Comprehensive and critical review of the com? mon branches and I'. S. History by meant of lectures, the iis>-of the ordinary ?text-books, and Bwett'a Questions, with daily drills. Advanced course of instruction in English Analysis tnd Business trtlhtttiHi. Instruction in Higher branches, if desired. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 July 1882

aiuloah VOL.62. WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1882. NO. 30. iljtnanboab feralb i? PoaLisusi. .uni ??? S-IENANDOAH HERM.0 PUBLISHING CO ?WSubscription, Ose Dou.au and a halt per year payable In advance. All communication? of private nature will be c iarged for ?? advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done ?t|short notice ?nd on -n? most re?*on?ble terms. Professional Carets. jno. l. seller, attorney at law, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. ?will practice in the county and circuit cou it?of Sheu?ndc?h,?nd adjoinin,- c-ountie?. S?r8pecl?latiemiou t.> collection of claims; June M '?O-tf. LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. Any claim? for collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or ?ny m?tter of bu?nes? communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office'.open during ?11 b usine?? hour?. May 3 -ly. R OBERT J. WALKER ATTORNEY-AT-L AW Woodstock, Viiu.isia. ?^?Office i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 July 1882

?IjenHnb0iiIj fierai!) ta roBLiiEii' ???Li a? 8 lENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING (0 WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Vediu-silaj July 19. 1SH3. ?T will been seen by the proceedings ot the State Commuter, published in another column, that m the judgment of that committee it is inexpedient to nominate a candidate at large tor con? gress. The committee, we have no doubt, acted, after receiving fall infor? mation from every section of the state, and did what, in their iudgmeut, was best for the Democratic party. The fight for congressman at large will be between Cap'.. Juo. S. Wise who comes before the people pledged to the sup? port of the Republican administration und Jno. E. Ifassey who pledges him? self to the support of the Democratic parly. As to the political antecedents of these candidates, they are both offeniive to the democrats. A? to the present position, Massey is favorable and pledged to support the democracy, while Wise Is an enemy and pledged to support the Republican parly. The debt qne...

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