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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 February 1883

tVedueadHT leb 28, I863. TOWN AND COUNTY AJTAIBB. l-utered at the Post Offie, st Woodstock, Vs. s ? second-el??? matter.] Dnand after Nov. l?th, ISt-', trains will run s follows on H.IO. EAST BOl'?tD. ?ms. Ex. and M?.11 No. TOS lers Htsonton T a. at. arr s-toodstock 9.M " trr It. Fairy 11.6? " ?irWashUlRto i.15 p. M _ arr Halt, moro ?.2U " Way frsrt and Pass Hc?. 631 lva Har'burg 7 10a u. Its ttouda'k 10.Su " nr H. Fsrry i.Ikir.M. Tkro. frviubt. J> lass.No633 lvs Hat-burg 5.25 " iv? ?Aood'a 7.51 ?? arr H. "**eiryl..8S ?' ? WKST HOUND. Pias. Es. snd Mail So. 6U lv? Itaititnore 7.1S a. v. Iv. W. ?tsiugt. 8.S?J '? lv? It. ft), ry 11.25 " lv? Wood'k 2.11 r*s. arr lur'burg lui " srrM?antun ?.OS " Wsv frgt andPsa?. XcCIP 1rs H. Ferry 7.16 a. m lvs ?ood'k 2.17 r. a:. srr Hsrt'ourg 5.UU " Ttro I*ri.Lt it l'a.'XciM lvs H. Ferry 3.10 a.at. lv? ?a oodvtovk 7 ?4 '? air llarr.tuig 10.4" " srr StauLitou 12.1Sp.ic. U. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CltUJElQ? DIRECTORY. I t'THtP.tS. lier. A. A.-t. Bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 February 1883

?m anli Umll?. Fruit Buds or the Peach. The cold weather which prevail? ed over the country about the 10th inst. was marked with various de? gree? of severity in different locali? ties, from zero to thirty or forty befow. In very raro instances we have known a portion of the peach ?trop to escape destruction when the thermometer had gone to seventeen degrees below zero, but more com? monly all have been killed at twelve below. When, therefore, the thermom? eter went to twelve below at Union Spring-?, N. Y., on the morning ot the 10th, wo began to cast rbout to are what other fruits could be made to take the place of pecches the etimmg season, and were agreea bly surprised since to find on ex? amining one or two hundred buds that not more than one-seventh had been 'atally iniured, the remaining large portion being (reell and en? tirely unharmed. There wan very ?ittle difference r. the sOtts examined, and no pre ereiice could be discovered in the buds on large, atout shoots or on smal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 March 1883

m?n? VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1885J. NO. 20. ?LMtani ?tint m SHCNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING to iW^ttbicriptlon, Ose Doi i \n as? t, halt per year payable in advau?. | All communication! of priva'.?) nata? will be ' i barged for ai adrertiiing. Job Printing. Vll klnda of Job Work ?I*?? atlibort aotiManA an? rnoit reaeo?-?V..i? tertna. Profetsional Oardt. ?* M. R. ALEXAY A?TOBNEI AT LAW ?WlNCHEdTFR VIRGINIA. ate**" Will practice in Shmar. lo*v County, ?tien 1 lag rei/tilarl? ths oourtr. Jan. 17?t?. MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law Woodstock, Virginia. Office iu Burner's Building. JuXj 19, "03_1-, JSO.|L. miT.t.rn, ATTiRRiY ?.T LAW, WoiipSTO^K. SllKNANTtOAH Co., Va. ?fill pnctlf? ?n the connty nr.J ,-.i.-.-..: ?-ourtioi 8h?inndoa) , an 1 idiotuir.? c -r.nties. !*?" .-ipecli. attention to col: June 21 "8--?tf. L EUTJ-rx BORDEN, ATTORN KV 4T LA***?", WOODSTCK K, VIRGINIA. OrS-e ?rith IV. W. Logan sr.* J. Monroe Hott?*;, in the Burner Bmldine. Any i-lalitii lor collrarttof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 March 1883

Ijbenanboab ?mrlb sa'aan-isas?a s-aaan as arlCSMNOOAHt HERALD PUBLISHING CO ~ WOUDhTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedaessaj.Msreh 7 IKS?. The t onsMiii Ktllor Bill The Supremo Cours has aflvnied the constitutionality of the Conpon-killer bills Thia dtcitioc, we suppose will put at rest all questions in reference to the State debt. Capt. John Paul having been appoiu? ! ted Judge of the V. S. District Court, aj uew election for -.'ongressmau will be i necessary. Col. U'Ferrall as the con- ' testanifo: the seal of Capt. Paul waives! cone d bia rights, and should the elec- ! tioo resnlt in the election of another, j either a Maboneite or a Democrat, the '< elected parly would hold bia certif?cale ot election, subject to the samo cou- ! test from which Capt. Paul e-eapes S\ { accepting another office. The allies of Gen. Mahone, in the ' ?xnate dt'.eated the bill to peoKou the Mex'cati soldiers. While they arel spending hundreds of ni.llions in pen-, sions on the eoUicrs of the late war, j th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 March 1883

Wa-ttaewdKT March 7, 1888 TOWI AID OOTJHTT AIT AULS. Enterad at the Post Offle, at Woodstock, Ta. a second-class matter.] On and after Not. lath, 1W?, trains trill ma s followa ou la, * O. IAHT BOUND. ?asa. Ea. and HaU No. ?051er? ?Uuuton 7 a. m. an ?oodatock ?.**? ?' an H. **rry 114? " ?rrWaah'ngto 2.U r. at arr Bait-more S.? ?? Way frit and Pass No. 0*1 Its Harturg 7.10a. a. It? Vsouda-k 1U.SU ?? | an U. Ferry 00 r.rs. Taro. !VtlaM, *Vs??.Nof?-?lvsHsi'l**argr>.'J6 " It? Wood1* 1.51 " arr H. Feiryli.? '%> WKBT BOVN??. Pasa. Ei. and Mall No. ?1'J Ira Baltimore 7.15 an. , Ira Wtaaiagt. 9,50 " ItsH. Pasry 11.it ?? lv? Woodk ?.11 r.a. arr Har'burg 4.01 ?? arr ataaiiUiti It* " Way ftat and Pas?. Ne. ?4? We H. Ferry 7 1? a. V lTswoodli 2.17 r. a. arr Hsn'burg 5.00 '? Ttiro Frgh? skPssrNoeStliTsB. Feny 3.40*.a. Ivs ?Aoodstixk 7.its " arr Hamburg 10.4u " arrStauiitvB 12.18 ?.a. K. L. CAMPBELL, Agi. -r"WT7"RCI? PIRECTORT.! UTHSR? . Bee. A. A. /. Boshong, preaches In ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 March 1883

?Bg?? m ?ai i ' .farm anb m?res?b??. '*-hlm&StJ?L* spring Gnrden ?Trop?. Mr W. D. l'inlbrick, a well known grrdener, says in the New Euglmd Farmer : The best variety ot eatly t-abbage lor general use i?s the Uet derson and should be lol fowed by the Fottler's Drumhead whic is only a tew weeka later It is not much use to put in tomatt jeed lelorc the first ct March. Egg plants may be sown at the samt time at d in the same bed. Tin led lt?r this purpose needs mor? heat, the seeds being tropical ii. their nauire; atout ten to twclvt inchis o? good, hot fermenting dung coven d with six inches ot lino loaii. will ?n.-wer the purpose nmcii Let? ter than the two leer or more ot manure otien advised by old fash ioneu wnttrsin the books and al? manacs*. Too much heat in a hoi bed is the tiequent cause of failure and ksaa ; it nivea up the iced? Bo tender a? d weak that they drop down mi?!! tlie tiist bieath ot air or sui sini e; a thermometer plungeu in the loam will ussist the n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 March 1883

s kiiiiiil YOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 18851 NO. 21 fjbtnanboal) ?jeralb ta tgiLnarn ?*BKLT *? shcmanooa?- herald publishing ro I?"*i,>?OrlpttOU1 ?KS OOUUt 4>D A JU.UT j*e y??r??j?bU is adrauc?. AlllisiasiliMilloMtit ?rlrat? natnr? will b? I barged for 4* advertising. Joh. Printing. All kUAs of Job ?oik done at>bort notloeand IM ?en re???#?f-V trraw Profetsional Card*. VL' M. B. ALKXASDIR attob^e-s at law 'Winchester Virginia. HT* WIB pnwtlc? in ?hanandoah County, attend ; it regule rh th? court*. Jfcli. 17?t?. M ARK B, WONDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, \ h.oisia. Office lu Burner's Buiid ns. July 19, 'K?.-ly. J50.|L. KELLE?, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woodstock. Shesandoah C>>.. Va "lU pnrtlt? In tbe county and circuit court? of Fbeuacdrm , an 1 ?djoimt g counties. PT" Ppect?. atimion to collection of claims; Jane 21 'h.'?tf. LEMl EL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIK'iiNlA. 0,1We with w. \\\ Logan an* J M'-nrc H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 March 1883

?be ; nioab ferait) OsiCNA' (?? . u>nti> ??tax.? ** HERALD ?UBUftHINQ fO tffiZSbi /tri "U~. "rV ???*-?# W e 'u JDM'OCK. VIBfl I NI A. Mctfrea? ?> .?fi nlill I?R5. The tWeielOtt of the Supreme Court, we Loi-. settles fina?l) the debt ques? tion of Virginia. Wbi'c that decision does o?1! i e'er to the nature of the set? tlement, but nurelv decide* that a cou pon-bold, r must t?rst pay Ins taxes and then ct ?leci hia coupon according to the mude prescribed in the bill known as the c< vp ii-ki'ler, it rcuders the col leclion ol coupo a so diflkul. andcostly that they aie comparatively worthless. This deei-ion renders easy iht the re? pudiation of all s;ate debts. Under I the view ol u.e court, the bill does not | impair i? ? obligation of a contract and! hence ;?? not uneomtituiional. This decision disposes (f the debl question, nod will we have no doubt, he soncovnr. d by the Democrats ol the Stn'e. The Dr-n erratic psr;v favortd a sett!, men...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 March 1883

JWOOOMTOCK VA. He-da?*<Uv March 14, I*43 ? ?0WH AID CODXTY AITAIB8. fcnteped U the Poet Offl?, at Wwdatock, Va. i aeocnd-claaa ?natter.] On end after Nov. 13tb, tStt, tra?na will rau e follow? on B. fc O. EAST BOV5D. Taa?. Ex. end Mail Nu. t/J? leva >tuuuton 7 A. at arr Vt oudatock 9.24 ? ?rr H. Fart y 11.6? " atrnaahmgto 2.15 p. u arr bait aiwre 3.3u ?? W?y frft ?adFaeaNo. 631 lveBaiturg 7iOa *. Iva ?i^d-'a lu.?u " arr H. Ke.ry ?Jor.M. Taro, freight, * lasa. Ko ?33 iva Harburg 5.2o '? iv? V? tHjd'k 7.5i " arr U. ?Viryl..SS "ab, WEST BOl'NP. Fas?. Es. and Mall Ko. CIO l\a Baltimore 7.1S A.n. It? WeblLigt. tt.30 ' t, lva H. k'e.ry 11.25 ?' ivs Wood's a.ii i-.M. arr Harburg 4.U1 arr NnUuWn b lia Way frgt andPaas. Ne-. ?40 lva H. Ferry 7.? a. m Iva *?uu a 2.17 p. s,, arr Han'ourg S.uu ?? TbroFTKbt APa??NofS*lTaH. Feiry 3.40 a.m. lv? v? ixdktuck 7 45 '? airllarr.tuiglo.au " an btaULtuu 12.18r.it. R. ta CAMPUEXX, A??. CHURCH DIRECTORY. ICTUKRA^. BwT, A. S.S. Bnahc-n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 March 1883

er ^fc#t?? d?s sat ?CnCass ave - ^?e'ttli'e oWeY^ayYeyes tullo! tears and his whole-body shaking with cold. A*TrsVnp who Tad neither * overt cp.t: nor mittens, snd whose .-base t"?? peeped tint ugh his boos %**aa making his stay up the street *in searcti if the right kind of a shle entrar ce. when be espied the dog and creased over and said : Well, now, this it an unexpected pleasure. Upon nay soul, but J WS &?f??fJvl?%$m. :,'?ty, old tcllww, whe.e do yen bans out? The dog looked at him through l:i? tr.Ti?, but had nothing to BUS. Tough, un t it. continued thc man. T lock old and sedy and y rj are the homeliest dog 1 ever saw That strikes a traemal chord ano we m' et un a level. I haven't had a sqo** e meal for a week, and you haven't sit', a bone for the past ten days. Kvtii ?gain, eh? The dig bhivertd and whine. and go: up and sat down, and the tramp drew closer aijd said : No hume, tli? .Neither have 1 No one to arbistle fur you": Same heie. That's even as?ai:i. I can...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 March 1883

VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, l**M. NO. 22, I^nanboal) ?traft te ?c?Li-??.D ???I1.I at S-iCNANOOA4/ HERALD OUBUtHINQ' CO laT-iuaaerititiJo, Osa Ujllib **b a a-axr per 7?tr paytbl. la adtauc?. Ail oonnnat-lc.tlou.of prlT.t? natur. will be charged for ?. ?drertlalng. Job Printing. Ail ktnd? ?? Job Work don* ?t'ahort notleaaB?*? tn. moat reatore-?'? term?. Professional Cards. W TM.R. ALtXAND?B. ??...? ATTORNE "I AT LAW ?WlNCHKSTFR VIRGINIA. BSr**?*ll! pit.-tir? inSh.nwdoahCounty, attend ira rtarnlatK the court?. Jan. 17?tf. _ MJJUL& WUNDER, 1ttobset at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Offlce lu Burner's Buildn?. July 19. 'Itt.-ly. JNO.BL. KELLErl, ATTORNEY AT 'LAW, Wo'?r?STO^K Shf.nandoah Co.. Va. ?till prt. tata la 'be c>nnty and circuit court? of Sb.utodoai ,aal adjoining cor.iitie?. tw aperii. ati<-niiun to coltretion of claim?; Job? 31 '?'-tf. _ LEktCFL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Oft?* with W. W. Log.n an<"&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 March 1883

ta Bt.tu.nr_ aSSetaU SB BHEMANOOV HERALD ?UBU8M!NQ! CO tVUUlMT?CK. V11.??IXIA. WrdiKM'n 3Ii?r<Ir21 1??3. t_ ' ?. . . - - - - -'- - Some question being made as to Oftot.Geo. W. Kooo'z'a poliiical po? aition, ?? c?p?ll cornmoBicttloo 'Vom the Stanandoali YaVe$ which places Capt. KocB's. wl ere be haa stood all ihe time, l?o docs sol regard b'.s office as a po i leal oflce and propose? to c nduct it In ibe future as be bas le tic past. The dearedallon of county offices to political and partisan purposes is nothing l?s- than a calamity to the people at lar,;?*. We admire the position which Cap?. Koonlz >?? As an individual. be chums ine right 10 vote as ho deems proper and always ?Jus vote without officious intermeddling iu politic?! sfliiiis. Ilts most bitter opponent can? cot qtu?! ou 1 is qualifications for the duiit.? ?1 il.*. ? flic , and be la deserving of il.i ic| ; i rt of 'i.e people, becanae ht will tiol i?. rruit his ? Hi ?o to be made an element in ; Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 March 1883

Jjmanboa!} mxn?b WllOlXn ?OK v'a.. feaneaMUv March 31, 18!??. Ti)WB ABD 00?KTY AFFAI_8, Ealarad at the Post Offle, at Wi-odttoch, V?. a eaxxiiid-ciaaa Blatter.] ??and altar No?. 13th, la?., uutua will run a fellow? ou a. * U. BAST BOl'ND. taas. Ea. attd Mall Mo. ?u? lava <?t?unton T A. at. atr ?Aoodatock?.-i4 ?rr B. ierty ll.ic ' arr?Aaab:ti(to i.16 r. m ? arr Bait more 3.?o " Vat fr-rt and rat* Ho. ?81 lva hai'l.ng 7 ilu u !?? v?o?.?U'a lU.au - art 11. F*?ry tjtvr.n. TVlc. ?relibt, *Paa?.KoC83 ivt Hai'burg 5 _ ?' lv. ?A o-xl'a l.?l ?? arr ti. F?ir) 1..3? '? ^^^^^ WEST BOUND. t***. Kx. and Mali Mo. ?lu It? Baltinioi? T.1S A.n. IT. W.?hingt. ?.SU ?? lv? h. Iv.iy li.ii ?? lis ?A mil 2.11 ru. arr ktar'burg t.ul " arr m.hlUu 6 va " W?y lt|t abdPaat. Ho. ?40 It? B. Terry 7.15 *.. *? 1\? -ii/U'i. 2. i? ?. u. arr llaii'ourg i.uu Tkn>rt|lit kraeaNoWsilv?}!. Fury S.to ? m IT. V o? date?? '. 4? ' air Hair. Luigiu.ai? an btauoUu 1X1?P.M. *.B. L. i AMPbELL, Ai_t. tCTBr?IiC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 March 1883

'nan i?it?? xittsttst. ??i Chip Dlrt fur Fruit Troc?. The bet?t fertilizer in use in set* ting luit trees ot i.ll kin?ls is par? tially or thoroughly decomposed chip dirt. We niaile use ol the material for tie first lime some tarent*/ yean ago in planting an apple orchard, and it was a wondtr to iboac not in the secret what caused the tie.s to make such a ?ne growth the first Beaton, and atteiwaids, too, ibl that matter. This experiment aasaoaatislaetory that wl en we set our new orchard wc ni de n litera! use of this mater? ial with I he Mme satisfactory re? sult. These tr?ala have proved to cur Baiisfaeuon thai chip riiit is the beat material to mix in the soil as you ;- Bnt the iree that can possi? bly be used, tor the reason, that it h? ids moisture and is full of the elements 0' plant tood; therefore, it plom?les a most luxuriant, natural and healthy growth. Rtp-.ated tii? itiaiied me that a tiee is not nly moie sure to live, but will i akt double ttie growth the first year (ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 April 1883

-*? VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 188?. NO. 21. |?lj-.nnnbo??^ f)?r?,Ib If ?CI __BXB ?BBKI.Y. BY SMENANDOAH HERAL? PUBL18HING. t O taT*dubscriptijn, Onk Dullir aso a hau* per ?ear payable In advance. All communication? of private nature will be charged for as advertising. Job rriutin?. Alt kind? uf Job Wirk done atjaliort uotlcewd tue mont rcauoiial?'* terms. Professional CJarelt. WM. K. ALEXANDEK. ATTORNEi AT LAW 'WlXCHti-TKK VllfC.IMA. IF" Will arart?ce USUiB'Uiilcj.hi: iicty, attend lug regulativ Uk . Jan. 17 t?. r-r M ARK B. WUNDER. ATTOTtKBT AT LAW. Woodstock-, .Vi^oiSia. ODIce iu Burner's Builuini'. Jul? I.', "?o?ly. ?KO.II-. KKLLKii, ATTonSF^ AT ?I.AW, Woodstock, Shun ak do.m Co., Va. win pr?< tie? cuit tourta ol ai SSrflKacU atl'."u-.iou t i clalmat Juna 21 '.--?ti. "I EMCELL?' ATTOl.NE? AT LAW, Woodstock, Virginia. Offlae with w. W. Lo?aa and J. Monroe Ua the Burin. \uy claim? for '..?n, left with either ol tUeae (-emu-men, or any natter . ? i to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 April 1883

I? ?oiLun?? ?Ulli B* ?HtWAWOOAHl HERALD PUBLISHING CO WUUDSTUCK. VIRGINIA. S BSSSj i Weduefttlsur, April 4, IftSS. We offer no apology to our readers tor the length of the excellent article copied from the Petersburg Mail enti? tl?-d "The Jacobins of 1791.?Those of 1883 identical." A careful perusal of this article will have a tendency to arouse the reader to a sense of the dan? ger which threatens the liberties of the people. The government of our Slate is now in the hands of the Mahone Jacobins: but mav we not hope that the day is not far distant, when the people of Virsii.ia will lully appreciate the importance of asserting tueit liber? ties and of Btriking from them the shackels of a most galling slavery. The petty tyrant, who has assumed the position of boss, uot satisfied with discharging the duties of the iffice which be holds, undertakes to coutrol the legislation of the State, and to punir-h those who refuse to bow to his mandate?. He holds his place by the aid of e race-ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 April 1883

TW. ITOCJC VA. i> \pril I, ISN.t ? COUNTY APFAIES. L.!.t eiilie, at Woodatock, Va. a x-*_Ud-w.t? matt 11.] *.:. IK? will u ?(.SO. EAST liul'M). f.bi l.x. m.d Mu? No. MSIsn Staantoa "a. u. ?rr Woodatcek 8.M ?? wr 11. Ferry I1.6S " trrWaahinfto ?.15 r. u ..if B?H DK N '???-1 " W?) f?'i-t ami las? No. f.'il lv? Har'turK 7.10a at. )?? Woods'? lo.*! " air U. Ferry i.M) r.M. Thro, Ma*?*,.?. 1 IM. 9?SSS !? ? Hal 'bin-. 5.J5 " Iv? Wood'. 7.51 " ?rrH. Ftiryli.iW '_ WKn l'eu M'. V??? r?~?ud Mm! Ho. Hin I?? Baltimore 7.15 a.m. . Iv? \V..bl?iii?:t. SJS '* i?? 11. Fitry U.M ?? I?? Wood? '.'.11 *?.*_ air llar'biirK t.ul " ?rr ?taautuu 5.11? " Wa? irgt ?adPat?. S? .?'??" 1?? H. F.rry 7.15 a. m !???AiH,d'K LIT r.M, arr Harr'burg 5.1W " Thro lit i.t .?. i - s :?sH. Ferry 3.40 a.m. ??s M ?idbtock 7.45 '? atr Harn'bur--10.4.1 " ?rr StauLtou IJ.Isf.m. .1!. L. C .VM113F.LL, Agi, ?t.'lATJiv.O^I DIRECTORY. 1 1 Till 111 .. l.r\. A v.i : uilicran I 01iur?l;,ut Woodalock ou tb? morning? &l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 April 1883

lama Beans as ? Farm Crop. The Lima, liic most popular bean among the amateurs and inaiket gardeners, is slow in finding its way into gardens ot farmers. The dry beans sell for several dollars a busli | el and the market has never been adequately supplied. Lima beans are easily raised, and yield as most other pole beans ; and they contin? u- to blossom nud bear un:il killed i?y the froat. We know ot no ttsA son why they can not be made a specialty, like hq s or tobacco,and grown on a large scale. They wou'd require better soil and treat me: t than the cemmon field bean, but as the price is three times greate could well be afforded. A rich gravelly or sandy loam suits them best, i.nd the phosphatic manures adapted to it-em. On this kind ot soil wc have not found them to ?un too much to vines, even with dressing ot eompoal pre] ared troiil muck and stable manure. Tiie vine is a strong grower, and re? quires abundant nourishment, The pods aie formed quite thickly tiom the tip to the bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 April 1883

fei?tol VOL. 63a WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1883. NO. 25. Q ^?nanbnab jarato tu F?lLi?nri> Tt-esLT ft BH?HANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING lO f**"8nb?oriptou, Ohk Lui.lic and aualv jut year payable in advance. All communications of private nature ?111 be | chtrged for aa advertising. Job Printing. All kindt of Job Work doue atjthort notlceand j ?ne mott reaaonab'e term?. Professional Cards. WD. L 13 O \l V M, ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner'? Ihiilthii^AVooJttock.Va Apr. 1 llh, S3,? ly. IV ?t.tV ALKXASl'lR, It ATTORNE? at law ?S WINCHESTER VlKlilNIA. tST VViU practice la M .'iiaudcali County, ttlend lng ri-gn|ai!v the courte. Jan. 17 tf. MTrk b. wuxper, ATTORN 1. Y AT LAW. WOOnSTOCX, ,\ IB01H1A. Office in Burner'? Build dr. Jub- VS, ?-'?ly. JNO-IL. ELLLl?ii, attorney at ;law, Woodstock, BBEIakdoah Co., Va. will practle? in tbe romity and circuit courts ot Slifi.tiid.ali.aud adjotumg count!? ?. |*r gpcclal . ..:nis: June vil is?tf. LBMrt'Ll!&...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 April 1883

f hnunboitb fcrato IIPD.U3BXD ?7?SZLI >?. ?HENaNDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING' I 0 i? *.?.?? ' WOODSTOCK. VIP?.? INI A. Weduestlay April. Il ISS3. 14 The American Ree/istcr, n sound Democratic paper, is conducted with marked ability, and is a welcome Visl t< r at the homes of manv tiemocials. Tut: news hon the late elections in the Northern Stale-? indicative ol the fact that the ptople aie icall. tired of the Repajhiican parly ..i d ils legisla? tion. The wave wl. c .?ur-rlscd tie republicans last lall appear? to have been only the prccu-tor of a regular channel. The people are not willing to be placed into the hands of the monopolists and will as-sert their in? dependence of party tyranny, The Democratic party is the party of the people and will commaud their tup port. The Mahooeites' hope of keeping their party together by the cry of "re? adjustment." Is rapidly growing weaker. They are now et.dtavoiiug to get up uew Hsuea by which they rxrect to ex? cite the popul...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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