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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 August 1882

^numb?alj furalb. WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday August 23, 1883. "OWN AND COUNTY AITAIES. ? entered at the Post?me, ?t Woodstock, Ya. aj second-class matter.] On and after May 21st, lbS2, trains will leave | Woodstock as foil i EAST BOUND. No. f.oa Mail Express and Tass. at..9.:a a. m. ?? M Way freight "... . lo.3o a. m. " 6S3 Through freiRht, ".7.51 r. M. | WEST BOUND. No. C10 Mail Express and Pass, at.2.0C v, v. " MO Way freight, " .......2.12 p. a. '? 638 Through Freight. *'.8,*0 a. x. " COS Leaves Stavmton at .1.40p.m " " " Harrlsoub'.irg ".:' " " Arrives Wash. ".*M " " " " Baltimore "..10.10 " " 610 Leaves Baltimore ".IMAM. '? ?? " Washington ".Mu ?? ?' " Arrives Harrisonbnrg ".4.02 r. M " " " Mauutou ".5.?* " No. 63$ and 633 daily, all other trains daily ex? tent Sunday. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. M?w^^?^?^??^?? CHCTJRCtl DIRECTORY. l.i rni:i;\N. Fev. A. A.i. Bushcng, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on Um mornings of the 1st and M ?viU'aths and at night Ou the 4th Sabl?t h o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 August 1882

-??m -tub f itisibt. ?^T-^-v>^-?*'^*:0^" Specialties In Farming. Adherence to mere routine work in farm operations is the mistake of too many of our fumen, A variety of crops are commonly grown, yet in no one of them does the average larmer expect or even dare to liope for greater excllence than attends the efforts of lus ? neighbors. Mixed fanning is un? doubtedly lest adapted to a ma? jority of iarniers, because with a number of crops one or more will probably prove a success. There is such a thing, however, as a knowledge of the habits and re? quirements of ceitain crops, so thorough in ils character as to in sure success, whatever the season or other surrounding conditions. It is only in the case of such crops M are thoroughly understood that remunerative results may be ex? pected, and it is impossible for even the most intelligent and skillful farmers to devote thorough study and investigation to every variety of farm crop. Specialties are there1 fore necessary in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 August 1882

liiil VOL.62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1882. NO. 45. i* rraiuisaar srasBiT ?' SH?NAKDOAH HERM.0 ?UBLISHINO CO aW8ub?cription, Onk Dollab am> a half per year payable in advance. AU communications of private nature will be charged for a? advertising. Job Printing. All kinda of Job Work done at|short notlceand on"?? molt reasonable terms. ??ji-----??t_ hi? ? Professional Cards. MARK 1$. WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. W OODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's I?uildiDsr. July 19, 'l?2.-ly. JNO. L. KELLE?., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woodstock. Shknani>oah t"'?., Va. ? Will practice in the county and circuit cou rts ol Shsuandoah, and a-djolnni-- coanttoa. IS*" SpecUl atlention to collection of claims. June 21 '82-tf. LEMUEL UOIU)E.N, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Offi-e with AY. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Bnrner Buildin?. Anyclaima for collection, left with either of Ibas? gentlemen, or any matter of business commu-iicated to them, will receive my pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 August 1882

I^nanb??Jj $tralfc I* PCBHiBlTl WrXLT a? HEN?. NDOAH HERS1.0 PUBLISHING CO Wetliu'stlaj. Aug. 30. ism?. Democratic Nominee. FOR CONGRESS?Till DISTRICT: COL. CHAS. T. OFERRALL, OF KOCKINOHAM. The great things that MBhone ?as to do for the people of Virginia have not yet come to light. Mahone has done nothing, unless you credit him with getting appropriations to build a court bouse or two in the State. H here is the reduction in taxes, he was to bring about? The Bade used Malmne aud paid Lion for lis temer?, bol Virginia has gained nothing. Many of the uegrocs in Eastern Vir? ginia refuse to subn.it to the authority of If ahooe'e drivers. Wonder if Ar? thur ?ill oider out the military to quell the rebellion. Congressman IVkcrson, it is now understood, will not le a candidate for re-election to Contr?es ln>m the ninth district of Virginia, but will ll tow 1 is influence for Senator Neuberry, one of the 'big lour.' who has already announ? ced himself as an independent anti Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 August 1882

^tnanboalj ?walb. WOODSTOCK VA. tVetlnesduT August 30, 1883. OWN AND COUNTY APFAIES. [tutered at the l"ost Offie, at Woodstock, Va. a] second-class matter.] On and after May 21st, 1 ???->, trains will leave | Woodstock as follows: LAST BOUND. No. CP5 Hail 1'xpress and TasB. at..9.31 A. M. I " 631 Way freight "... . 10.30 A. M. | " W3 Tbrougb freiKht, ".7.51p.m. WW 1'iilXU. So, 610 Mail Express and Tass. at.2.0C r. m. ?' 640 Way freight, ".2.12p.m. " 638 Through Freight. ".8.40 a. m. " 606 Leaves Stauntou at.1.40 p.m. " " " Harrlsonburg ?'.2.30 " " Arrives Wash. ".s."-? " " " Baltimore ".10.10 " 610 Leaves Baltimore ".7.30 a.m. " " " Washington ".8.40 ?' " Arrives Harrisouburg ".4.02 p. m " " " 8taHntou ".S.!.* " No. 638 and 633 daily, all'other t ains daily ex? cept Sunday. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECT?R"y. ] l.i'THv.r.w. Rev. A. A.?. Bushong, Pteetbeeta the Lntherau Church, at Woodstock on the niornicga of the l?t and 2d Sat.battis und at night ou the 4th Sabbath o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 August 1882

.arm nvto mttz?bt. Regularity in Feeding Stock "\V hilo it ?s bighly important that every fanner should provide good food for bis horse s and cattle, yet it is* equally important that they should be fed regularly, _at statt d periods.? Auin.aU are good time keepers: and if the hour passes at which they ar<' commonly fed, tliry are apt to make their wants known; especially is this the case of the cow. It is a very bad practice to feed h? r t'fti n and irregu? larly, and some fanners have an idea that almost every time the bain is entered the 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 cau be readily accomplished by regular feediug, and Mpplytng all the food they can eat. It ftd iu this manner in the morning, the oowt will lie down and chew the cud. aud aro not dis posed tobe annoyed by the visits of any person. In the ?inter scason,the second heding should le about two o'clock in thejdternooD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 September 1882

mitai I VOL.62, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1882. NO. 46. r:_ ^benanboalii fjeral?? t? mBLl?Uil -?ULI -tT ^HENANCOAH HERM.0 PUBLISHING >TO D?**8ubtcription, Ose Dollar as? a half? per year payable in advance-. Ml commi n'catlona of private nature will be c ?argedfor as tdvertiaiug. Job IMiuliiig. All ktndi of Job Work done tt|short notice tud on-ne most reasonal'1. ?Professional Cards. MARK B. WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Woodstock. V ikc.inia. Office in Barrier's Ba?M Dir. July 19, 'H2.-ly. JNO. L. KELLEtt, attorney at law, Woodstock, Siikn and >au Co.. Va. Will practice in the eonntjT and circuit Court? ol Shenandoah, and ?djoiii-.ii/ conntle?. fa?" Special attention t i c illvetum if claims. June 21 't-2?tf: LEXCEL BOR] ATTORNEY XT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. otii-e ?Ha \v. W. !..'.". -.'it ?'? Monroe Hottel, In thi-Burner li-.iildiiu. Any claims for collection, left with either of tbaa? gentlemen, or MiTiuatterofbusiiH.su communicated to thctn, will r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 September 1882

ci ta rcBLiiHi.) wttiLt r.s SMENANDOAH HERSLO PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. I V *Mln?r-*?.:ij Sop. 6, 1?82. ??. i? i ?? Democratic Nominee. FOR COXGRKSS? Ttll DISTRICT! COL. CHAS. T. OTERRALL, OF KOCKINOIIAM. Americans who had bieathed only the air ol liberty could not .fully under? stand bow in some countries a single Individual could exercise the most tyrannical powers and oppress the peo? ple without exciting the resistance of toe masses. That such a thing could he done in America was thought to be impossible; but the lessons of the laet two years indicate that it is possible tor Americans to lose even tbeir liberty. When you see men, who but two years ago teemed toad from principle, were open in their expressions of po? litical opinions, and were supposed to be cnpable of self-soveronient, so sud? denly end so radically changed, that they no n.ore ??ive expressions to opinions that they weie iu hai?t o' veotUa?ng ou every occasion. at;d bave so far lost their si If respect ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 September 1882

foenanfcoalj ftralb. WOODSTOCK VA, Wednesday Sept 6th, 1882. "own and oouwty aitaibs. ttiitered at the Vost ?tlie, at Woodstock, Ya. a j secoiid-'lass matter.] 1? - ' I . _ . . .". _1_Sg?^g tin and after May 21st, leo2, tra?na will leave | Woodstock as follows: EAST BOUND. Ko. efts Mail Express and l'as?, at.9.31 a.m. '? 631 Way'rviglit "....10.30 a.m. ? ?533 Through treiKut, ".7.61p.m. WEST HOUND. No. C10 Mall Express and Vats, at.2.0P p.m. " CiO Way freight, ".2.12 r. M. " 638 Througli Ereight. ".?.10 a. m. " 606 Leaves Staunt >n at.1.40 p. M " " " llarrisoiiburg ".2.3SI " " " Arrives ? ".8.M " " " " Baltimore ".10.10 " " C10 Leaves Baltimore ".7.3?> a.m. " '? " Washington ".8.?0 " " Arrives Harrisouburg ".4."2 r. m J" " Stauuton "."..?-i ?' No. 638 and C33 daily, all ?other trains daily s? ?t;.t Sunday. K. L. CAMPBELL, Aft t'HURCH DIKECTORY. i iTiit r.as. ltsv. A. A.?. Bushoug, vreacheatu the Lotherau Church, at Woodstock on the -mornings of the 1st and 2d S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 September 1882

Haiti on tlio Horse In mounting, lace the near side of the horse. Tlie near side is the side nearest yourself. If you stand on the right side ot the hone, which is the wrong side, when you mount, you will race the crupper. Then everybody will know thai vcur name is Johann Gottlieb Ernstgefolger. If you cannot mount frotn the ground, lc-cl the horse to a high lence, climb up en the lence, say ?whoa' two or three times, and "ump over the hone, ear?. You will light somewhere on his neck. and will bave plenty of time to ad? just yourseK while the horse is running ?way. Another method ot mounting, largely practiced by young gentlemen from the city, is to balance yen:seit on one toot on the lence. and point the other leg at the horse in the general direc? tion ot the saddle, saying 'whoa' all the time. The horse alter this gesture has 1 cen repeated a lew times, Lacks away polls the alleged rider t ? the lence and walks up and down the lane with him at a rapid gallon. This gives the rider...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 September 1882

nimh Hew YOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1882. NO. 47. I? VOBLlSBBP W.KKLT ?IV 8HENANDOAH HERMD PUBU8HINQ CO ?3T8ub?crlption, On a Doiaab ano a hau- per year payable In advance. All communication? of private nature will be charged for tt advertising. Job Printing All klndt of Job Work done atfthort notlcetnd on-ne most retsontb'e terms. Professional Cards. MARK R WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Oflice lu Burner's Build vi. July 19, '82.-ly. 7 NO. L. KELLE?, ?tl ATTORNEY AT LAW , Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practico in the c unity and circuit courtaol Bh.n.ndoah, and adjoinm.- ounties. t??~ 8pecl?l ttiemiou t,, eolleatloa. of claim?. June 21 '83-tf; LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe HotteL, in the Burner l'.-.iildlug. Any claims for collection, left with either of tin ?e gentlemen, or any matter of buaiuess communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office open during all bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 September 1882

f>l)cnauboa!) mxn?b IS ?OBUSBBD W.BKLT ?? OHCNANDOAH HERM-D PUOLIOHINQ CO 4^W^ ? - ? &&? Wis s WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Weiluetutaj. Sep. 13, lSi*2. ? ? ? Democratic Nominee. FOR CONGRESS? 7th DISTRICT: COL. CHAS. T. OTERRALL, OF R0CK1NGHAM. Public D?m unci?n, at tVood tttoek. PaVL and o'ferral meet?OOOD DAY FOR THE DEMOCRACY?THE WEATHER RAINY AM) CROWD SMALL. On Monday momios, on account of the heavy rains, couit day (?pencil very quietly ami for sometime it seemed that we would have no people iu town at nil. The train from Slaunton. how ever, brought Capt. John Paul and a number of friends fiom Hurrisouburg, and aiso a j,ood delegation from bolb parties from the stations between >ew Market and Woodaloik. As the day advanced the crowd gradually increas? ed in spite of the raiu. Arrangements? having been made for lie discussion. Col. OTeiral lend off in an hour. His ?perch was calm. diguifitd, ard con? vincing. He discussed the tariff ques? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 September 1882

?Jjtnanboal} f?eralb WOODSTOCK. VA. Ueeliie-elar Sept 13th, 1883. "OWH AND COUNTY AFFAIB8. Itnteredtt the Pott Oflie, at Woodstock, Vt. t ?econd-clast matter.] On and after May 21st, ;iS,S2, ttain? will leave \ Woodstock a? follow? : EAST BOVND. No. 605 Hail Express and I'asa. at.9.31 A. at. I " ?Ml Way freigUt "... . 10.3U a. w. " ?333 TbrougU freinht, ".7.51 t. u. | WEST BOUND. Ko. 610 Mail Express audPasn. at.2.06 p. at. j " MO Way freight, ?'.2.12 in. " 638 Through Freight, ".8.40 a. at. " 006 Leave? Staun ton at.1.40 p. st. " " " Htrrisouburg".2.3'J " " Arrive? Wath. ?'.8.M " " " Btltimore ".10.10 " 610 LetvtM Baltimore ".7.3?A.?a. " '? " Washington ".K.tu ?? ' " Arrives Harritouhurg ".4.t>2 p. it i I" " Btaauton ".6.11* Ko. 633 and 633 daily, all ?other trains daily ex-1 ??H Sunday. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. cilTJTRcil u?^?CTOIVY. LtrraxaUM. l(*v. A. A.?. Bnahong, ptt?e?l?tjla the Lutticr?n Church, tt Woodstock ?Ml tht mornings of the 1st and 2d Sabbtths und at night ou ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 September 1882

[Continued from 1st paye.) they are denounced as traitors. That may be treason; probably it was. If they had tiny combinations between them it was^trcason. What is to be said then of the other side; of Get:. Mahonc when he goes to New York, and makes a combina? tion with Mr. Wickham, and Mr. Huntington, and Mr. Wingfield. There is no treason in that, I sup? pose ? Tt is not treason for them, tor Gen. Mahone to combine with funders and republican tunders but treason for anybody else to 'lo so. Now, we go on. Then was it for the combinations with these re? publican flinders that Gen. Mahone is to be endorsed in his conduct m bringing on this light ? They went on and in this same une; tliey wanted to get ihe T.iilroad influ encc, and so Gen. Mahone forms an alliance with what is known as tiie Clyde Syndicate, and tliey were to lend him all the influence ther had. This Ltt?slature was pledged by him, as i understand. I suppose it will not he- denied that he had pledged that railroad com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 September 1882

teiiiiiii VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1882. NO. 48. ta ?iniiiBir wwbklt a. SHENANDOAH HErHLD PUBLISHING <0 ??"Subacriptlon, Os? Dollar and a half; per year payable in tdvtoce. AI] communication? of private nature will be | c urged fot at advertising. Job Printing. Alt ktndt of Job Work done atkshort noticeand I on ?ne most reaaoiiauV UrniB. Professional Cards. M ARK & WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office iu Burner's Rundirte. July 19, 'M.-ly. JNO. L. KKT.l.FR, attorney at law, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. ^rill practice in the county and circuit court? ol Sbentndoab, and adjeiittut: counties. fST gpecl?! tticntion to colleetiou of claims. June 21 '82-tf; "1 EMU EL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Offloe with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. Any rltimi tor collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or any matter of business communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 September 1882

I* PDILllBlli WtSKLT ?V 8HENAN00AH HCRM-D PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednenday, Sep. 30. 1SS3. ?? u ' Democratic Nominee. FOR CONUKKSS? Till DISTRICT! COL. CHAS. T. OTERIULL, OF K0CKINOHAM. If language be intended to conceal rather than express ideas. the-Mahone ltesarema condition to make legiti? mate use of their tougucs. They have no plain issue to present to the people. Their capital in trade consists of slang phrases which have been scattered broadcast over the State bv the Rich? mond Whig and other Mahoncite jour? nals. They runde a feeble effort to talk readjustment to the people acd to try to keep up an excitemeut upon that subject, but they soon saw that the people recognized the fact that what? ever good or evil was to be accomplish? ed by readjustment, had already been dose; and they are now awaiting the action of the Supreme Court, which will determine whether the Mahoneites by their readjustment schemes "nave been the friends of the people or of the bondholders ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 September 1882

bmimboal? fynn?b woodstock: va. Wednesday Sept 20th, 1883. ~~0WN AND COUNTY AFFAIES. [intared at the Post Oliie, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] tin and after May 21st, ,!!-*2, trains will leave Woodstock as follow* : EAST BOUND. No. 6t? Mail Express and Pass, at.9.31 a. w. " 631 Way freight "... . 10,30 a. u. h o33 TUrougli frdgbt, ".7.61p.m. ' west Lorxn. No. 610 Mail Express and Pass, at.2.06 P.M. '? 640 Way freight, "_2.12F.H. ? 638 Through Freight, ".MO a. m. " 60S Leaves Staunton at.1.10 p.m. " " " llarrisonburg ".2.39 " " " Arrives Wash. ?'.8.>-? ?? ?? ?' " Baltimore "..10.10 " 610 Leaves Baltimore ".7.3" a.m. " ?? " Washington ".8.40 ? " Arrive?Harrlsouburg ".4.02 p.m ? I" " Btaanton ".5.0? " No. 638 and 633 daily, all ?other trains daily ex ?tpt Sunday. P.. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHUKCH DIRECTORY. I.VTIIl.lt? N. Tier. A. A.?. Bushoug, preaches in th?- Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the moruiugs of the l?t and 2d Sabbaths und at night on the 4th Sabbath of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 September 1882

-1 'arm anb |iir*si??*. ?raining of Land. 1!Y WILLIAM BAUNEDa?. Notwithstanding all that has been said and written upon the subject ot underground drainage, it has not yet become a popular operation on our ?arming lands. There are var? ious ob> ?sons lor this. Many person.*) have doubts regard ing its value. Tl c expense < i thorough drainage.is considerables although the labor ot digging and cost ot materials is often greatfj exaggerated, yet the difficulty Ol prccnr?Dg either is, in most locali tics sufficient to do'ermine those who have nopiactioal experience in the execution ot the woik. and who can nol avail themselves oi intelligent BUpervision; lor in this, aa in all other practical operations, \ much depends upon the ce nomic application and diecticn of labor. The experience of practical drain era, both in th s an?! othtr countries prove beyond all controversy the great advantages which accrue nom ihc thorough drainage of all Even in lands not particula...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 September 1882

mi$m mu VOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1882. NO. 49. ?fbimanboab mtn?b ta toavisBi? WSKBI.T r? 8-tENANDOAH HERM.0 PUBLISHING (.0 f*8ubacription, Os? Dollab ano a bau per yeir payable In advance. AU communications of private nature will be charged for a? advertising . Job Priutinj?. All kinds of Job Work done atfiliort notlceaud en me moat reasonable term?. Professional Cards. M AKK B. WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. \V OODSTOC at, VIRGINIA. Office lu Burner's Builditi?.'. Jub' l?, 'si?iy. jxo. l. kei.lvh. attorney at law, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. ?Will practice In the couuty and circuit courts oi Bbvnatidoah, and adjoinm.- counties. IS*" t>peci?l atientiou to colicetiou of claim?. J-une 21 'S3? tf. LEMl KL BOkDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, Office with W. \V. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. Auy claims for collection, left with cither of these gentlemen, or any matter of business commutii.uu.il tltitm, will receive my prompt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 September 1882

IS rOBLlBHtl) WBBXJ.T i?r SiENANDOAH HERM.0 PUSL'SHINC CO m ? WOODSTOCK. VIK?MNIA. MviltiOHilaj. Sep. 37. ISS2. Democratic Nominee. FOR CONGRESS?Till DISTRICT! COL. CHAS. T. OFERRALL, OF KOCKINGIIAM. Malioneism Hostile to the Farmers, In the political contests of the last lew years we have had iuuch of boated discussion, bitter words, and strong parly feeling. To such an extent has this been the case that the people have been more anxious to find something lavorable to their party, than they bate beeu to find out the truth and winch parly really represented tluir ^feelings and interests. In the preseut contest, there seem? to be a much better feeling. The people are, we believe, disposed to thiuk and cautiously weigh the issue? at stake. Men who were democrats for year?, saw nothing, in opposition to their long conceived view?, in the doc? trine of n adjustment as it was so abl? and plausibly presented to them.? Whether readjustment ha* doue a good oran evil werk for Virginia, time ...

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