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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 July 1882

IbtitanboaJj ?itralb % WOODSTOCK VA. WedneBttaT July 10, 188?. OWE AM) 00??HTY AFFAIRS. I tutered tt the Tost Oftie, it Woodstock, Va. second-clast matter.) On and tfter May 21st, It*-', trains will leave Woodstock is follows : EAST BOfND. No. 60S Mill Express and Past. it..?.SI A. at. " 681 Way freight "... . lo.SO a. m. " ?33 Through freight, ".7.?1 P. at. WEST 150rM>. Mo. ?10 Mill Express tnd tut, tt.2.0? P. at. " 640 Way freight, ?'.?.12 P. at. " 638 Through Freight. ".MO A. at. " 606 Leaves Sttunton it.1.40 r. vt. " " " Htrrlaouburg ".2.39 " " " Arrives Wish. ?'.8.M '? " " " Btltimore "..10.10 " " 610 Let vet Baltimore ".7.30a.m. " '? " Washington ".8.40 - ?' " Arrive! Htrrisouburg ".4.02p.at. " " " Sttnnton ".S.'-e " So. 638 tnd 633 dtily. ill other trains daily ex? cept Suudty. ?U. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. 1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. Ltrnutux, Kev. A. k.t. Bnshong. preacheein the Lathcrtn Church, at Woodstock on tbe rnorulngt of the 1st and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the 4th Sab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 July 1882

THE CHEAPEST THE BEST!! _.Q. Chas. F Fravel For Cheap Painting. Graining," Marbling, fa per Hanging, Kalsoniioing, &c. 1? you v. an ? goud and cheap job, don't fail to GIVE HIM A CALL before going aaaMthsta, i rarj i ik la tarad lo ?Uud, if not, repainted fot BOtBlnf, Hootft 1 ?luted ou short notice, and iu the la'. ? Special attention given to Graiiii'n/ end MarbUnp. Address iiiin at May3Ut.-tf. WO iDtTOCX.VA. IM or mal Institute. WOODSTOCK, VA. Will begin Monday, Jl'L'i ITtb, 1883, ;t!il ten tiuuetevtnweeks.il September ltt, 1882, with a public examinait n by the County Superintendent ef Schools. iaSTaUCTOKR:?J. U -. SI. and Cooper D. Schmitt, A. 13. Comprehensive and critical review of the com? mon brau.-lica and I'. ."-. HMory l.y means of lectures, the us.-of the i.rdinarv 'text-books, and Swat's Qocattoaa, trltb dally Advanced SOfUat of instiuction la English Anttysis tnd l?usiue?? Arlthn etioain Melier branches. Ifdatl > I. Tin- CoaatySaperia tendent wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 July 1882

amio?!. YOL. 62, WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, JULY 2G, 1882. NO. 40. iljimanboal? ?J?ralit I? BOaviBBBD WWBXLI BY SitNANOOAH HERM-0 PUBLISHING CO *?7*8ub?cription, Onb Dollar did a bau- per year payable in adrauce. All communication? of private nature will be charged for aa advertising. Job PrlnliiiK All ktnd? of Job Work don? atjahort notice and onm? mo.t reaaonab'e term?. Professional Cards. ?j attorney at law, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va Will practice in the county and circuit court? of Shenandoah, and adjoining conntiea. ?BT* SpecUl ?tlentlon to collection of claim?. June 31 '83-tf. LEMUEL BORDES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. OfBoa 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 busiues? communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office open during all bualneas hour?. May S -ly. _ ROBERT J. WALKER ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, Woodstock, Vikoixia. rjfOffice in Burner Buildin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 July 1882

T?" WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Medue??iay. July 20. lfcS2. Conservative Democratic fou vention of* the 7th District The Convention to nominate a can? didate fcr Congress for the Seventh district, will met at ??'cuuton on TUESDAY, the 15th day of AUGUST, 1882, at 12 oclcck II. The basis of representation will be oue delegate for every 100 votes cast for John W. Dan iel or fractional part of 100 in excels of 50. County Superintendents are reques? ted to give the necessary notices for the selection of delegates in such manner as to them nir.y seem best. A. KoINER, W. D. l'KACHY, j. If. White, District Committee. lu pursuance of the above call, a meetiug of the Democratic voters of sbenaudoah Count? will be held at the Court House on Monday Aug. 7th (courl-day) for the purpose of selecting delegates to represent this county in Ibe L'ongrtSsionut Convention. JKO. H. (?RAB1I.I., Valley and Strasburg News i copy. A nail for a meeting of tie Demo? crats tor the purpose of selecting dele? gates to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 July 1882

WOO D8TOCK VA. WeiliiewdiiY July 26, 1882. OWN AND OO????TY AFFAIRS. I tintereu it the Tost Offie, it Woodstock, Vt. t secoud-clasa matter.] ?In and after May 21st, l?tji, tra?na will leave Wocustock as follows: EAST BOVXD. No. f,r.fj Mail Express and 1'a.ss. at.9..11 a. at. " 1131 Way freight "... . 1?.30A. at. I " ?.I? Through freight, ".,7.51 v. at. WEST BOl'XD. So. 610 Mail Eruress and Pass, at.2.06 P. at. ?' SSS Way ireiKbt, ".2.12 P.M. " 038 Through Freight, ".8.40 a. m. " C06 Leaves Sttunton at .1.40 r. M. " " " llarriboubnrg ".2.3il " " " Arrives Wash. ".8.M '? '? " '? Baltimore "..10.10 *' " 610 Leaves Baltimore ""..7.30a.m " - " Washington ".?.40 " ?' " Arrives llarrisouburg ".IM*-. M. " " " tsttuutoa ".5.? ? " No. 633 and 633 daily, all other trains daily ex? cept ?Sunday. til. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHtTKCH DIRECTORY. l.l tiu.i:\\. BtT. A. A. 4. BiiBhoni?, preaches in the Lntherau Church, at Woodstock on the morning? o? the i?t ?lui -'d r-abbatbs and at night on the itt sabba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 July 1882

Hint an?r Jf?nsfot -< w" Watering HorscH. Tliere is a certain want of com? mon sense and humanity, in the habit many persons have of water ing horsses ilute limes daily. The only reasonable anil sensible or pru dent plan to pursue, is to give the animals water according to ti.cir leal want?. This is a different mat tel ii'Otn givii'g it to ihem capil? ciously or according to their fancy. If we give way to the latter we will find lito animal ! rcomei u cunnii g us a monkey, and will play tie old soldier at every opportunity pretending to drink and making believe, 80 as to oain tune anil sl.iik woik. But it is ainip!o ct-oclty ?o compel ? team to plow or work li\m morn ing until noon, or from noon until night will.out allowing it the priv? ilege of a uf?eahifig draught. It is incoiivenient many times, to wa ter the Ham duiing the forenoon or afternoon, and wc are apt to think the time thus taken lost, Lut when the taim?is' roihcnniUtn comes, there will probably be drinking ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 August 1882

teiiiliii le till VOL, 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1882. NO. 40. II rc.ii.sir> ?situ ?. S .?NANOOAN HERM.D PUBLISHING 10 ??"Subscription, Oss Dollar ash a half per year payable in advance. AD communication? of privat? nature will be r'iargedfor aa advertising. Job Printing. All ktnda of Job Work done atfahort noticeand on w most re??oii?Ve terms. Professional Cards. [SO. L. KELLi:i!, ?i attorsey at law, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practice iutbe county and circuit cou its of Shenandoah. and adjoining cou'itles. rar" special atiemiou t? ooUeetloa of claim?. June 21 'ni-tf. LEMUEL BOKDES. ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK,. VIBGINIA. OnVe with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hotte!, in the Burner RuiUinsr. Any claims for collection, left with either of tlie.e gentlemen, or any matter of uusiiieis comniuuicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office'open during all business hours. May ? -ly. R OBKRT .). WALKER ATTORNEY-AT LAW, Woi.l'Sl.VK, VllUilMA. jyOffi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 August 1882

?Im.anfcoaI? ?tralb ta rcBLiiasr ywieli at SrtEMNDOAH HEP*AD PUBLISHING 10 ?Af??3 WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wciliii-Mlai Au?; 2d. 1S83. ?I iiu-en sillt ?> DrmoornticCon vpiittoi? of the 7th District The Convention to nominate a can? didate for Congress for the Seventh district, will meet ai Staunton on TUESDAY, the 15th day of AUGUST, 1S82, at 12 o'clock M. The basis of repr?sentation will be me delegate lot every 100 votes cast for John W. Dan lei fractional port of 100 in excess of 50. County Superintendents arc reques ttd to ?jive the necessary notices for the selection of del?gales in such manner as to them may stem test. A. Koiner, W. D. Peachy, J. M. White, District Committee. In lurtur.nee of the above call, a meeting oi the Diinocralie vot?is of Shecatiduah Countv will be held at the Court Ilouse on Monday Aug. 7th (ci'Urt-elaj) tor the purpose ot selecting delegates to repieseut this count y in llie Congressional Couveuliou. JNO. II. C'RAltlLL, Ct airman Co. Committee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 August 1882

f btnanboab ?trato WOODSTOCK VA. Wed...??....,' August ?, IS8S, OWN AND COUNTY ArFAIES. [Entered at the Pott Offie, at Woodstock, Vt. a tecond-cltsi matter.] On and after May 21st, 1882, train? will leave Woeditock as follows : EAST BOUND. No. 999 Mail Kxpreu aud Tiaa. at.9.31 A. at. ?? M Way freight "... . 10.S0 A. at. ?? t?3 Through freight, ".7.51p.m. WSH 1K?1'N1>. No. C10 Mail Express aud rast, it.2.06 P. M. ?? CAO Way freight, ".2.12 p..*. " tm Through Freight, ".MO a. at. " 606 Leaves Stsuntou at.1.40 p.m. " " " Hairisouburg".2.3? ;' " " Arrives Wtsh. ''.8.."i? " " " " Baltimore ".10.10 " " C10 Leaves Baltimore ".7.30a.m. " >? " Washington ".8.40 " ?' " ArrivesHtrrisouburg ".4.02 r.M. " " " Staunton ".8jN " No. ?38 tnd 633 daily, all other trains daily ex c, i : Sunday. |R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. LUTUlKsN. llev. A. A.?. Buibong. preacheeiu the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the morning? of the l?t aud M Sabbaths aud tt uight ou the 4tb Sabb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 August 1882

?arm anb l?re$?bt\ 1 HII lit 11K Yes ma'am; we know that the canning season is at liant], and that the inexperiencetl ones are fretting themselves sick through fear that the fruit will not 'keep,' and that it is our duty to give these young housekeepers the benefit ot the wisdom that we have gained by a?rerai centuries of experience in canning, pickling, preserving, etc. In the first place perfect cans are among the indispensables to success in canning. ?S-'lt sealing glass cans are 'lie ones that you trust under till circumstances. Fruit pro^eily put up will keep in tin cans, and doubtless if the tin cans are well made ot honest tin. as they sometimes are, they would answer just as well as glass; but in these days when much of our tin ware is not coated with tin at all, but with lead, no woman who values the health cf her family ?hould think of putting up any? thing in tin tans, unless she is sure ot her article. The glazed earthen ware cans aie ?*? delusion and a snare/' ?Sometime...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 August 1882

Iiiiiiiil IP VOL.62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1882. NO. 42. i. ii?uu?n ??m? nv SiENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO ?"*"8ub?cripUon, Ose Dollar and a hal? per year payable in advance. At) communication? of private nature ?111 be c'iargedfor a? advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done attobort notleeand on m? mo?tre??iin?l>U' term?. JfrofetsUnuil Cards. JNO. L. EEILEtt, attorney at law, Woodstock, Shenandoau Co., Va. Will practice in the county und circuit courts of Shauandoah, and adjoining counties. 13T Special atiention to eollcetion ofclaimei June 21 '82?tf. LEMCEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office witb W. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner lSuiMiui!. Any claim? for collection, left with either of these gentlemen. or any matter of business communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Oftice Topen during all business hour?. May 3 -ly. ROBERT J. WALKE It ATTORSEY-AT-I.AW, WoQMtOCK, TinoonA, jyOffice in Burner Bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 August 1882

^tnttnbOstb $tmlb is tOBLtsBir arawaia a? 6-tEKANDOAH HER?.LO PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wcdnctida?. An? 9. 1U1 The political bi'tory of this country nfTords much food for rtuVclion. How? ever varied it may be, there is no pot? tion of it more interesting than that of Virginia. It has been but a short time since the people of this ?Slate were divided politically into two parties, the parties which represented the two American ideas ?^f the best Republican government. The one contending for a strong (government and disposed to make the central authority so inde? pendent that it would practically be? come the source of power; the other jealous of the rights and liberties of the people, and restricting the general eov ernment to the exercise of such func? tions only as were delegated to it by the act of the sovereign people. The former uamed itself the Republican party aud the latter clung to the appro? priate name ui the Democratic party. Such was the division of parties, a fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 August 1882

?Ijimanb0aIj Iwalb WOODSTOCK VA. Wtedueedav Annual 9, 1888. " OWH MDl)0l7]^r?cTAIBS^ [Entered st the Post Offie, at Woodstock, Vs. s second-class matter.] g******,T***J . _!_5~^g^^?j^?????? On and after May 21st. 1882, trains will leave Woodstock as follows; . EAST BOUND. No. 60S Hail Express and Pass, at.9.31a.m. " 631 W?y freight ?'.... 10.80 A. M. " SSS Through freight, ??.7.81 p. m. WEST BOUND. No. 610 Mall Express and Pa??, at.2.06 p. m. " ?40 Way freight, ??.2.18 p. n. " 638 Through Freight, ".8.40 a. m. ." 606 Leaves Staunton at.1.40 p. m. " M " Harrisonburg ?'.2.39 " " " Arrives Ws?h. ".8.54 * ?* " ? Baltimore ".1S.10 " " 610 Leaves Baltimore ".7.30 a.m. <? .* ? Washington ".8.40 " ?' " Arrives Harrisonburg".4.02 p. m " " u 8taanton ".S.uS " No. 638 and 633 daily. ?II other trains daily ex? cept Sunday. |K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. LUTHERAN. Rev. A. A. I. Bushong, preaches In the Latberan Church, at Woodstock on the morning? of the 1st and 2d Sabbath? a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 August 1882

urn, ?ni. fasto. ?e?> Early vs. Laie Shearing f An English journal, quoting tioiu a presumably American contempor? ary in an ?rdele on shearing sheep, says: 'We have known ct' loss by early ?heating- but in bot It cases the sheep were net in prime condi? tion, and the shearing was follow ed by a cold snowstorm, and very chilly air. ?Sheep will usually diaw the feet a little ncaicr toge ther it cold weather immediately follows sharing, but who has not seen them lie ai.d pant in a hot May sun when unshorn, suffering with heat ? One ol I he benefits of early shcaiing is that it is the best way 10 dts.roy lice. Fowls will clean ihein all oil if allowed to go whe.r the sheep arc?both sheep and fowl? enjoy it. Another? the necessity lor washing ie obviated. Sheep haung heavy fleeces some? times do not dry off well after washing. Sometimes the farmer may suffer in selling unwashed wool; bin noi washing at all is bet? ter for the the conscience than washing slightly and shearing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 August 1882

?ln%ittoh ???pi, VOL 62s WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IG, 1882. NO. 43. I* rUBLlSBBT) WBEXLT *V S-tENANDOAK HERALD PUBLISHING (O laVSubtcription, Osk Doiaar asi> a half; per year pay?ble in advance. AH communications of private catare will be charged for aa advert islas. Job Printing. All kind? of Job Work done ?tjphoit notlceand on?n?. most rea?on?l.'e terms. Professional Cards. jno. l. kelle?, attorney at law, Woodstock, Shknanhoah Co., Va. Will practic? in the county and circuit court? oi 8h?n?ndoah, and adjotaXBg counties. ta*" Special atiemiou to collection of claim?; June 21 'S'2-tf. LEMCEL BORDEN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Otncd with IT. \V. Logau and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. Any claims for collection, left with either of these tientlcmen. or any matter of business communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office "open during all business hours. May 3 -ly. ROBERT .1. WALKER ATTOBNBT-AT LAW, Woodstock, Virgom. jg*JTOfE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 August 1882

^itianboali Imito is V?Euaaai. ?.?isi.t. *v SHENANOOAH HESM.D PUBLISHING. (O U ? ' WOODSTOCK. VIBOINIA. Wednesday. Aug. 10. is.?*???. Democratic Ticket. i-vk coNoni-.ss : COL. CHAS. T. OTERRALL. BpSeaal to Shenandoah Herald. Stavnt.n, Va., Aug. 15. 1882. Col. Charles T. O'Fcnall received the nomination on the first ballot. Just before going to press, we receiv? ed the news of the nomination of Col. Charles T. O'Ferrall for Congress. His nomination gives satisfaction and the convention i* 1o be congratulated upon its work. Col. O'Ftrrall is popular With our people aud will make an ag? gressive canvass. Tie banner eoold not have fallen into the hands of a more saliant standard bearer. The hitcst convert to Maboneiam 1?, It. b. Bobineon, Editor the Argus. He gave evidence of his f1r6t-*ove bv a gushing letter in tie Richmond Whig. After a few days drill, he will be able to bawl *Bourbon-Funder," in the sfyle rrquired of all who wear the collar. Acolotcd man ef i!.is plate says tie Reai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 August 1882

WOO O?TOCK VA. Wed ii outlay Align?t 16, 1882. ~~owf AW"?oi]^F~ArrAiE&\ [Entered st the Post Offle, at Woodstock, Vs. second-class matter.] on and sfter May tUst, 1862, trains ?ill leave Woodstock ss follows -. . EAST BOUND. No. 605 Mail Express and Pass. at..9.31a.m. " 681 Way freight "... . 10.S0 a. M. ?' S33 Through freight, ".,7.51 p. u. WEST BOUND. No. 610 Mail Express and Pass, at.2.06 p.m. " 6*0 Way freight, ".2.12p.m. " 638 Through Freight. ".8.40 a. m. *," 606 Leaves 8tsunton st.1.10 p. x. " " " Harrlsouburg ".2.39 " ." " Arrives Wash. ".8..M " " " " Bsltimore ".10.10 " " 610 LesveeBsltimore ".7.30a.m. " " ** Washington ".8.40 ?' ?' " ArrivesHsrrtsonburg ".4.02 r.M m |? ? Btaantou ".5.W " No. 638 and 633 daily, all pother trains daily ex? cept Sunday. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. LLTHSRAN. Rev. A. A. i. Bushong, preaches in the L otheran Church, st Woodstock on the mornings of the l?t and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the 4th Sabbath of each month Method...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 August 1882

The Jersey Tow Nelly . Mr. S. Stiatton, Montgomery county, 111., sei.Us to the Countiy Gentleman the following interest? ing notes upon tins famous Jersey Cow now owned by Col. Charles P, Mills, ot Sprirgtidd 111. Mr. Stratton writes; At tl.e lime ot disposing ot my lititi ot imponed Jersey cattle of a few months ego, 1 lelwaed to pul any price on Nelly, as .?lie was the test cow I could find on the Island that 1 could purchase, and in my judgment tetter titan seine they re? tilted to fell. My extended visit on lhe island gave n.e the oppor? tunity ot tx'uniiLii g in person all the Lest cattle they had. Nell? has a reeoid on the island of sixteen pounds of butter in seven days, tighteen ounces to the pound Jet tey weight. Since importation, under moic favorable conditions, 1 have made a caretul test, as I per? sonally conducted the MOM. made affidavit to the result. Nelly calv ed May 12, 1881. The trial was made Iron? May 20 to June 2. seven days. Her highest yield of milk per day w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 August 1882

teiiiiwi %m * ffi VOL.62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1882. NO. 44, ta sCBLisBs*. wbbilt ?*/ SHENANOOAN HERwLO PUBLISHING CO CBT8ubscriptlon, Omk Dollab and a half*; per year payable In advance. Ali communications of private nature will be charged for as advertising. Job Priuttug. All kinds of Job Work done atb-hort notice and j on-ne moat reasonable terms. Profetaional Cardt. J NO. L. KELLER, ATTORNEY AT '.LAW, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. j Will practice in the e-mnty and circuit courts ol Shenandoah, and adjoining connties. t a*~ Special attention to collection of claims'. June n '82-tf: LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, "WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Ornee with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe I Hottel, in the Burner Building. Auy claims for collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or any matter of business communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office open | during all business hours May 3 -ly. EOBKRT J. WALKER ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, Woodstock, Virginia. lyoffice ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 August 1882

ta roBLisBBn srsastT M ?HCMANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO ??? 7 WOODSTOCK. VI1.H INI A. Wednesday. Aug. 33. 1883. Democratic Nominee. FOR CONGRESS?7th DISTRICT: COL. CHAS. T. O'FERRALL, OF RCCKINOIIAM. The nomioatioa of Col. Charles T. O'Ferrall, asa candidate for Congress in the 7th District, gives satisfaction not only in the district, but throughout the State. The Colonel's gallantry in war won for him a reputation for cour? age second to that of no soldier In the Confederate army. His ability a3 a lawyer, his fcoli and aggressive cam? paten against Mahoneism and Radical? ism in former campaign?, his devotion to the Democratic parly eminently fit him. for the position which he now holds. He is a man that tie Hab?n? eitescan always lind, but tlu-y never put themselves to extra trouble to meet him. No man, that we know, could biing out a stronger democratic support in this district than O'Ferrall. The M'tboneites now ibui-e the father of readjustment whose praises they sang throughout...

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