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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 September 1882

WOODSTOCK: vs.. Wednesday Sept. 87th. 1888. OWN AND COUNTY AFFAIBS. [Entered at the Post Offle, at Woodttock, Va. a aecond-clai* matter.] r?~m?fmmtW?^mm?^?m??tmmm?M?f??W?^?e?m?M?i^ , On and after May 21?t, .188?, train* will leate Woodatock as follow? : EAST BOUND. Mo. 60S Mail Expr?s* and Pas*, it.9.31A.M. " 681 Way freight "...... 10.30 A. al. " C33 Through freight, ".T.51 v. m. WK8T BOUND. No. 610 Mail Expr?s? and Pasa, at.3.06 P. at. " 640 Way freight, " ......2.12 r. M. " 638 Through Freight. ".8.40 a. " 606 Leave? SUunton at.1.40 r. at. " " '? Harrisonburg ".2.89 " " ?? Arri-ea Wath. ".8.M " " ?' " Baltimore ".16.10 " " C10 Leave* Baltimore ".7.80 a.m. " ?? " Washington ".8.40 ' " Arriv?e Harrisonburg ".4.02 p.m I" " 8taanton ".6.0? No. 638 and 633 daily, all (other train* daily ex aept Sunday. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. I.VTIIKKAN. Itet. A. A.?. Bnshong, preachea In the Latheran Church, at Woodstock on the morning* of the 1st and 2d ?Sabbath* aud at night ou the 4...

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 September 1882

Democrats prefer the name of Bourbon to that ot traitor, which lias been written acio?s the brow ot Mahone. The lust for of??e may induce a tew Democrats to join the party they have so long and often execrated, but they will bow? repent of their folly. It has been very truthfully and beautifully said that the gloomiest knell which ever rings in the ears of mortals is to hoar the lost fsteem-ef those we love. When the Democrat takes his position in the Republican party and find* himself there, in dreary ?--?lation among those with whom he has no sympathy, the gloomiest knell which will ever ring in hin e; will be to h- ?v: the losl esteem oi lus uld Demccial I ?=?? MnWtpA it . \j ;' t*be purity au.l elegant peri una uf Taker's Hiiir Balsaiu explain the popukiity of ibis rt-li bit- rtsiorativ? That is vthat a great many people arc doing. They don't know just what is the matter, but they have a combination of pains and aches, and each month they grow worse. The only sure remedy yet fou...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 October 1882

foiaiiirft ni YOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1882. NO. 50. IB maiilBBBn WSBBLT BT SrIENANOOAK MEHM.0 PUBLISHING (0 ?sy-8ubseription, O.nk Doxaab and a haw per year payable in advance. AU communications of private nature will be charged for as advertising. Job Printing? All klnda of Job Work done atjshort notlceand on me most reasonable terms. Professional Cards. MABK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office in Burner's Boil?inc? July 10, '82?ly. [NO. L. KELLEii, ATTl'UM.Y AT IkW, Wo, dstock! Suenandoah Co.. Va. Will practice in the county and circuit courts ol Pheiiaiuloah, and adjoining counties. rcialatiemiou to oolloettoa of chums. Juue '21 '8'2?tf. LLMULBOKDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Obbbs with W. W. Logaa and .i. ' HotU-l, in the Humer Building. Any claim? lor eolk-ction. left with stthsf .t 11 M ?> ntlimeu, or any matter of business communicated to them. will receive my prompt attention. OfnaeCopaa during all business hours. May...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 October 1882

i|btnanbo3li> fpafo Il ?OBLiaBaTi ??mt ?v S-IENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING (0 WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. W?edn?Madaj, Od 1 , 1SS8. Democratic Nominee. FORCONORESS?7th DISTRICT! COL. CHAS. T. OTERRALL, OF KOCKINOHAM. Who are tbe Friends, of the Poor Man ? A laboring man who owns no real estate and has a family of five children will pay on an average not more than from fifty cents to one dollar a year] property tax. If his household furni? ture be valued at one hundred and fifty dollars his State-tax heretofore would have been 75 cents. By the last Legis lalure this lax was reduced to 60 cents. Tbe first attempt to make this reduc? tion was made by Holmes Conrad, u democrat, from Winchester. The Ma honeite?, however, claim the credit for it. They claim lo have reduced the tax on this poor man 15 cents a year. Let us bok at the other tax which be is nquired to pay. His family supplies consisting of sugar, molasses, wearing appearl of self and family are ail taxed from 45 to 100 per cent. If ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 October 1882

|^i?tan??0al) lirai*} \> ?O D8TOC K VA. Wi.lnctlav ?it HU, I8M OWtf AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. [fclnterc? at the PosSOfSs, Si Woodstock, Va. a ilaaa matter.] on and tiler May Uat, 1888, trstna will leatc WoodBtock as follow-.: EAST !. ?IND. Ho, SSS Mall Express and Pass. ut..0,81 ?. m. ?? ml Way i "... . lu.30 a. u. " 033 Through fr.-i^bt, '?.T.51 F. M. Wi.-i I OTJND, -. LOS v. at, " 040 Way freight, ??.'.-'..l'.M. " t?a* Through Freight, ".8.40 A. M. ? t .u at . 1 " '? '? Harris mburg ". " '? '? " " Bait, m "re ".111. 10 ". . ... '?.8.411 ?* * " arrivesHarrim.uburg".tfiiv.M ;?' ?? Mannt .ii "..'>.' i " t day. R. 1.. rAMI'I'UI.l . t'HTJKCH ?IXlECTOJTt"??r. 11 rin .:; .n. i ? v. a. \. i. Bnsbong, | r. Churc a >'i the l*t ..' the 4-.!i :.th. M Mil Rsv. .1. K. '? Churcl 1 ?il: **undays, mon:': 3d Su - and .-.? ; ing. us. "? r. H.H. 1 ternin Cbnrcb, at I morning and evening. *-*?;? 1; \. n.II. Martin, l*. l riAX. Rey. I. A.'Cutler, Church at w inday if.ach PAL. lUv. V". >"? the '.....

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

nr The opinion we have often ex? pressed and tkstre to repc.it is, that there was not that attention paid to the curing ai.d saving ot the corn fodder that its value derotnded. Every good fanner roast know that cattle eut it greedily through the winter, and it cut and steamed it is as good foi ll em as the best hay, and really more milk-producing. Where, then, i-- lise necessity ot allowing it to nu.aine in shocks until the middle or end ot November and even s -metiroes running intu December ? Com should not be Cut down until the stalks are dying and the grain is pretty hard, and then it should remain no longer in the field than is absolutely net ry tor the drying ot the grain. If should be husked as early as possi? ble, and the fodder tied up in bun? dles, and either carefully stacked near the cattle-stable or put under shelter in sheds. It i* well known. too, that horses prefer it to best hay ; also that the blades are especially sought !or to feed racing awimala,strengthening the...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 October 1882

Ifiii?iil em YOL. 62. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1882. NO. 51. is tuaiasBkr w-.b-.ly ht SHENANDOAH HEHMO PUBLISHING CO ?mV' tiubacripUon, Ons Dollar and a half per yaar payable in advance. All oommnnloatlonaol private nature will be c barged for aa advertising. Job Print!iig. All kinds of Job Work done at|ibort notloeand on me most reaaonab'c terms. Professional Cards. MARK B. WUNDER, attobney at law, Woodstock, Virginia. Office iu Burner's Buildinp*. July 19, '82._ly. jno. l. kelle?, attorney at law, Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practice in tbs county and circuit con rta ol ghenandoah. and adjoiuini; conntiea. kW Special atiention to collcetlou of claims. Juna Hl '8-i-tf: LEMUEL, BORDEN, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Offtce with W. W. Logan and J. Monroe I Hotte 1, in the Burner Building. Any claim? for collection, left with either of theae gentlemen, or any matter of buBinesa communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office open | during al...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 October 1882

brnanboab ?tarato is vOBLiaaar w?bbli ft SHENANDOAH HERM.0 PUBLISHINO CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. P Wednesday, Ort 11 issg. Democratic Nominee. FOB CONORKSS? 7th DISTRICT COL. CHAS. T. OFERRALL, OF KOCKINGHAM. The Virginian sa\s; "The Herald fays Mahone voted against the tax on woolen goods; that he voted ayainst reducing the tobacco tax. and tben it makes a statement in effect claiming that the Fuudets re? duced the State tax. Such mendacity is contemptible. Mahone voted with Vtothees, Bay? ard, and otntrs for the commission lo revise the tariff. lie ?poke and voted for the bill to reduce the tobacco tax one-half; and his speech was published throughout ihe State. The tax bill re? ducing the rate to 40 cents was auieud t-don motion ol il. II. l.iJJleberser in the Senate, ? very Beadjoster votius fei it. Wbereae Conrad's proposition in the House was mere buncombe and --o treated by everybody/' In reply, we would say that the Herald never said that Mahone voted against the tax on wooleu ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 October 1882

'Ijnianbxml? ?tralb WOO?I-?TOCIC VA. Wedue?daT Ort Util, IS8I OWN AND OO??WTY AFFAIRS. I Entered st the Post O'?ie, et Wiodbtoek, Va. a secoud-clsas matter.] On and after Nay 21st, **.8SS, trains will -leave W ocditock as follows : EA8T BOO]**, No. RAS MailExprees and lass, at.9.'!1 a. xi. '? 631 Wt**fMtekl ".-. . ll'.3?A. M. " 683 Through freight, ".7.51 r. M. WEST LOINI'. So. MO Mail F-xprens and Paae, at.2.06 p. M. '? 840 Way freight, ".S.1Sa*.*f. '? 638 Through Freight, ?'.MM a. m. " 606 Leave? Stauuton at.1.40 r. It " " " Harrisouturg *'.-.'.yu ** "?'? Arri-es Wash. *'.IM " " ?' " Baltimore ".10.10 " " 610 Leaves Baltimore ". 1.99 AM, " ?? " ******f"***" ".?-.4U " * ?*? Arrive? Harrisonburf; ".tM p. M i ," " Stanutou ".Ml '* So. 63S and Co3 daily, all "other trains da:lyix eept Sunday. I;. L. ?.-AMI'BELl . ?TtlTJIlCKC DIHECTOKT. n run; in. F Rev. A. A.J. Bushels, preacheetn the Lutheran Church, at Woodatock on t!:.- morning? o4 the l?t and 3d ??nbbath? und al night on the 4th S...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 October 1882

farm anb Jiresib.es tvC?/ W tient Seeding. The ground is somewhat dry for sowing wheat. Some are sowing, fearing that drier weather will fol low ; but more are delaying, holding lor rain. My belief is that if ahea. vy rain conies, it is belter to have the wheat sown atter.and a thorough harrowing and rolling intervene be? tween the rain and the seeding? There is a great development ol plant food even in slubbie, if plow? ed early and well cultivated until seeding time, aid mj expeiience is that it is better to get the benefit of this increased plant food than to rely on any advantages we may hope to gain from earlier seeding. Besides by waiting until after a heavy rain, we do not put the seed in so deeply, or run the risk of having tie soil so compacted above the seed aa to check the young plant. This is an evil that I and many others suffered by too early t-ttdinji Lst fall. The Texas Cattle Plaque. According to the reports giveu outt Horn tic ?lgricultuial bureau Washington, the 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. — 18 October 1882

tenttiiii .O? o VOL.62. WOODSTOCK, VA? WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1882. NO. 52, c|^n?inboal? fwalb -? erjBL??nsi' *?iiLT a?/ S ?.NANOOAH HER\-.Q PUBLISHING O ?*a*~SubsCTiptlou, Ose Dou^vb and a half per year payable in advance. All communication? of private nature will be c'iargedfor a? advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work doue stfihort uotlcean<". on<-ie most reasoi*s*M Professional Cards. MARE B. WIND; ATTORNEY AT LAW. WOOI'STOCK, V1 KG1NIA. Olliee in EuriHT's Bq'iM?Q?*. Juli- 10, 's.'.-ly. JSO. L. KELLLit, attorsey at law, Woodstock, Shenanpoaii Co., Va. Will practic in the county und circuit courts ol Bhenamloah, and adjoining counties. ?a*- spcclalstieiiiiou t.' collection of claim?. Jun? 21 '82?tf. LEMl'l L BOl ATl'iBSEY AT LiW, WOODSTOCK, VI IK i IN I A. with W. \V I. -s.-iu and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. Any claim? for collection, left with either .>f tlitwe gentlemen, or any matter of business communk-ate.l to them, I will receive my prompt a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 October 1882

|brnanboab S?tate II tOBLlSBBh *sa??tt Ht aKENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. i Weduesxlay. Oct. 18. 1882. 1 ?3- -.?-l--*? Democratic Nominee. fob eoxoKKSs? Tth district: COL. CHAS, T. O FKRRALL, OF ROCKINOHAM. Two Ballotts Toted. At the approaching election every voter will cast two ballots. At every election precinct the judg? es of election are required to have two ballot boxes. In one box all the ballots for con gressman at large and for the district should be deposited. In the other box should be deposi? ted all the ballots on ihe ameudraents. The latter should read, "For the AU.NDME-tTS TO TUB OONSTITITION," OU "AOAlXST THE AMiNDMUXTS TO THE CONSTITCTION." Be careful that there are no bogus liakets, omitting any of these words or adding to them. Be careful that the ticket for candi? dates goes into its proper box, and the ticket on the amendments is put into lendment box especially provt i ebould be particular to make ?stakes in this Repeal, nor ?d "making the...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 October 1882

SljAenanb0aIj gtralb WOODSTOCK VA. U'etlncMdaT Oct. 18th, 1889. 0?H AND OOimTY AFFAIKS. Entered at the Post Orne, at Woodstock, Va. a second-clsss matter.] On and after May 21st, ,1882, trains will leave W ooastock as fellows : EAST BOt'ND. No. 606 Mail Express and PaBS. at..at] k.M. - 631 Way freight "....10.30 a.m. " 633 Through freight, ".7.31 r. M. WEST DOI'M'. No. 610 Mall Express and Pass, at.2.06 p.m. " 640 Way freight, ".2.i2p.m. " 638 Through Freight, ".8.40 A. M. " 605 Leaves Staunton at.1.40 p.m. " " " Harrlsouburg ".3.M " "4" Arrives W?sh. ".H.H " '* " " Baltimore "..10.10 " " 610 Leaves Baltimore ".T.ii.i *,.m. " ?? " Washington ".s.41 " * " Arrives Hsrrisouburg ".t.Otr. at i ,'* " Stsnuton ".6.11* " No. 638 and 633 daily, all |nther trains daily SB tap? Sunday. R. L. CAMPUELL, Agt. t'ilU'?.C.I? DIRECTORY. LVTHtKAN. piiev. A. A.J. Bushong, presche* in the Lutheran Church, ?t Woodstock on the mornings of the 1st snd 2d Snbbsth? and at night on tbc til. Sabbath of each mo...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 October 1882

<_ ^ .'? ?wm anb ||ire$i?i Atartlug Rote ciiu.uk?. A correspondent of Gardera Illustrated give? the following d ectioiiB for starting cuttings of rosi "1. The wood must Lc well ripent 2. Give a prelereuce to slioit, stoi and tirm sideshoots. S. II possil take tbem off with a heel, tii dean aud neat at the base 4. It the autumn, to be inscitcd in tin to calions bet?re frost nets in. Except the soil is na'urally ligl and sandy ?indeed, in any ".ase put in some thoroughly washed r ver or road sand, on which the bas U to reut 6. The front ot a sout well, if the propagation is commen ed in autumn, is a desirable site. ? "When bottom heat can be had, pol ting up alter callousing almost en sures success. 8. Ifthe experimen it tried during spring a hand-glas orevents evaporation, especially ?hen the leaves have expanded. Ve have had excellent success In planting the cuttings in pure Bam thickly under a hand-ghss. with t slight opening on top, in the shade. putting the cuttings in abcut A...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 October 1882

3) Ct (?l ti VOL. 63? WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1882. NO. 1 I^naubnab ferait* ta eosn?Hsp wskilt as ?iCNANDOAH HEH?.LO PUBLISHING CO ???"Subacription, Osa Dollar asd a halt per | year payable in advance. All communication? of private nature will be | ebarged for aa advert iaing. Job PrlntlnK? All kinds of Job Work done atfphort notice and | on ?ne moat reason?b'e tern?. Profettional Cards. MARK B. V,'UNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Woodstock, Virginia. Office iu Burner's Builtiins*. Juli- 19, '82.-ly. jno. l. kelleu, attorney at law, Woodstock, Suenandoau Co., Va. trill practice intbo county and circuit courts ol I Bh?nenflo?h. ?nd edjoluini; counties. "CsT" Sjxfcial ?Mention to collcetiou of claim?. Jun? 21 *t33?tr; LEMEr L BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office with \V. W. Logan and J. Monroe Hottel, in the Burner Building. Any claim? tor collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or any matter of buaineaa commuoicated to them, will receive my prompt atten...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 October 1882

it ruaiaaiar? *e**?*tjrxs *f SHCNANDOAH HES-.LO PUBLISHING CO WUODSTUCK. VIRGINIA. Wedoetadeur. Ott 23, 1882. Democratic Nominee. FOK CONGRKSS? 7th D1ST1UCT* COL. CHAS. T. OTERRALL, OK KOCKlNillIAM. Por Wliioli "Party ? The issues presented m this cam? paign are plain and simple. For several years the opposition harped upon tie debt question. That was the great issue upon which they appealed to the people. That issue is now dead. It cannot be affected by the votes of the people. Some of the Mahoneites still try to arouse the people by the silly crv of ''funderism," but it fails to arouse enthusiasm. It is an old story that does not bear repetition and is as threadbare as the bloody shirt that has been doing serfice in the North ever since the war. The coalitionists nrc to-day a party without principles. They are in alliance with the Stalwart re? publicans but have not the moral cour? age to tell the people that they are re? publicans. To make sure of Arthur's assistance they call th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 October 1882

?btnanboab ?'jcralb WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Oct. 35th. 1883. "OWN AHD 00OT?TY AFFAIRS. Entered at the Post Of?e, at Woodstock, Va. a aecoud-claa? matter.] ?>n and after May 21st, 1W?, trains will leave Woodstock as follows: EAST BOVND. Ko. 605 Mail Expresa and Pass, at_9.31 a. si. " 631 Way freight "....10.30 a.m. " 633 Through freight, ??.7.51 t>. m. WKS? BOVND. No. 610 Mail Expr?s? and Pass, at.2.06 f. M. " 640 Way might, ".a, I i at, " S3S Through Freight, " .?.'" ?. m. " 604 Leaves Staunton at. l.to i. m. '? " " HarrUouburg ".SJN ?' 'V " Arrives Wash. ?'.sVM " " " " Baltimore ".10.1U " " 610 Leaves Baltimore ".7.3.1am. '. Washington ".K.4" ?? ' " Arrive? Harrisouburg ".tjti p. m I" " Btaauton '?.5."* ?? No. 63S and 633 daily, all {other tralus daily ea? ts****. Sunday. R. L. CAMPBELL, Igt CVUKOK DIREOTOKY. LUTBBBAH. HKev. A. A. 4. Bushong, prei?chcs in the i . Church, ?t Woodstock on tin- morning? l?t ?nd 3d Sabbaths und at night on the 4tL Sabbath of each month. ? MrlHolH...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 October 1882

mm anb Wntz?bt. Douiesttc Reclp?**? CLEANING COFFEE. After browning the coflee, let it coo* so that it can be handled easi? ly, then stir through the batch the white of an egg. This will be Suf? ficient for a pound of coffee and is preferable to putting the egg in the pot. especially when eggs are high. P1UNE rnmiNu. One pound ol pi unes, one quart of milk, six egitrs, eight large table spoonfuls of silted Hour, a little salt. Wash the prunes and let swell in hot water until soft. Drain, take out the stones, spread on a dish and dredge with Hour. Take a lit!le ot the milk and mix the flour ?smooth with it. Beat the eggs very light, add to the mixed Hour ; pour in the lest ot the milk, add the piunes, stir all togell er, pour into a butter ed dish ai.d steam two??and-a hull hours. SWEET POTATO PIE. Select those potatoes which you know to be dry aid mealy. Boil, pare and msali very smooth. To a quart ot the potatoes add a quait otiieli new null;, three r?:gs, nut? meg or c innamon? .1...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 November 1882

fe?iistol 3m YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1/1882. NO. 2, t? rOBLlSBt! **BSXH IVT S IENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING ro Isr-8ubscription, Onb Dollar and a half *jxt year payable in advance. AU communications of private nature will be charged for as advertising. Job Printing. ill kind? of Job Work done at|?hort notlce?n,? . nme most reaaor.?b'e term?. ProfeasioTtal (.'ants. MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock. Virginia. Office io Burner's Buikline. Julo' I I.V. rSO. L. KElXEt!, ATTORNEY AT 'IAVi, WotipSTOCK. SMKNAMinAll (.'".. \ V. ?Will practice in the county and circuit courts o? Sh.iiandoan. and adjolnit; counties. rer Special atlemion to collcetkn of claim?. Jone 21 ?82? tf. _ LEMUEL BOKD1 K, . ._ ATTORNEY AT LVW, WOODSTOCK, V1BG1NIA. Office with W. W- Logan and. J. Monroe Hotte!, In the Burner Building. Any claim? for collection, left with either of these gentlemen, or any matter of business communicated to them, will receive my prompt attention. Office open dur...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 November 1882

IS SOBLlBBtr ?SVKIIT HT 8HENANOOAH HERM.D PUBLISHIHG O ? WOC-1'STOCK. VI1U.1MA. Wednesday. Nov. 1st ?S.S2. *?!_- - ' ' Democratic Nominee. FOR CONGK1-S3- Til: DISTRICT: COL. CHAS. T. O'FERRALL, op kecxiHOHAir. In this is*me appears the card of ,T. W. Cechrea, republican candidate Foi Coneress in tb;s dlstrlcl His ear.t Hri that of Northern Republicans tenerallv waves lie b!c< dv sl;rt at d Irk ? : bbbJbjobymasreprej nlrnt? Sol, (.'!'? - rail's true pcition. It is Iru" thai Col, O'Ferrall is an old lashloned dt mo* rrat. Thenssi fls i F voter? ol !l tret reepeel h m and will vote lor him lecnofe be is an old fashioned erat. II he holds lbs position 11 I Union i? a mere rope r?1 ?and. we 1 ave never heard I Im iivt lo such n sentiment. Cocl r--n :< a negi his object in rannlns lor secure the nr^ro vole. He will ? vote with the republican p is honest MOOCh 'o fell t;= wl a? lie pro? poses to rlo. Should C.-cbran I ted, we eru'd hardly expect fnsl Hie while man, it ti i while man ...

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