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Staunton Spectator: April 22, 1857

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Next Monday
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Summary: Report on upcoming meeting to select candidates for state Senate and House of Delegates. Encourages men to participate, take note of the qualifications of the candidates. A.H.H. Stuart will address the group
(Names in announcement: A. H. H. Stuart)
Agricultural Society
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Summary: Report of meeting of county Agricultural society. This is actually just a start-up meeting, lots about membership qualificatiosn and subscriptions. McCue is the president.
(Names in announcement: J. Marshall McCue)
For the Spectator
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Summary: I think this is sattirical--Jacksin is declaring himself a candidate, beceause of his great patriotism.
(Names in announcement: John Quincy Jackson)
Trailer: John Quincy Jackson
The Weather
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Summary: Local weather has been unseasonably cold and disagreeable. Some possible explanations.
For the Spectator
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Summary: Letter nominating Tate as a candidate for state legislature.
(Names in announcement: Wm. M. Tate)
Trailer: Many Voters
High Winds
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Summary: Gale force winds blew on 3/15, pushing people over and damaging several buildings. The hospital's tin roof was ripped up; the skylight fell in at Rankins Daguerrotype gallery and the gable end of a brick warehouse was blown in.
For the Spectator; Deerfield, VA, April 15th 1857
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Summary: Description of a new kind of hay press.
(Names in announcement: K. Craig)
Trailer: K. Craig

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