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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 May 1883

VVIIOD8TOCIC VA. WednesdH) M?Vf *?? I8?1 TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. Entered at the I .v.?<d.ti.?.'k, ?... MCOLd-cia?, niatti.-r.] On ?nd after .V-v. iMi, 1?*.', ?rain? Mill run a follow? cu It. ?k O. EAST IWl'ND. P.t?. Ki. ?nd -Va.l M unto? 7 a. m. arr Mo^d?ti?.-k S.M *' vrr II. -Tarry 11.84) '? arrWaabi-agta arr li.lt iiKir? *W?y iik'. -.i ? ",A "?? It, .?.-< ?1?-* l.'.an " urr 11. Ferry 4.30 p.m. Tbro. freit-U, ?il a?-?. Mo?183 Iv* Hal'bnre, ."..'Jo " If? \\." ?I k 7.51 ** arrli. I'd ry 11.38 '?__ *.?. ras?. El. and Mall ?So. t 10 lvs Baltimore 7.1.'> a.m. I, 6.80 - rtaB. Feir- ll.SS " -Ml P.M. urr Har'biirK 4.01 " arrftautoa 5. t? " Way frgt and rats. Me.64* *?** B. l'erry IMS*. M* Ira ???o.ik S.1T r.ta. arr Harr'burg 5.00 " Tbro Frtht kl .?II. Ferry ;t.4ii a.m. datock 7.45 '* arr Hamburg M.l? " arr Staunt-.u 1SJ i;. L. I AMI'UELL, Agt. ?C?:XJ"RC?I DIBECTOKY. i.vr:? Bev. A. A. I. Bn?hi , the l.utht-nn Church,at Wood-do-, I. ? n I - 01 lit l?t and M Sabbaths und at night ou...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 May 1883

nm an?r S?restbt S1" ? ? !. ? '-? ?? Il i il (a for Farinera. Charcoal sliould be fed to hogs end poultry. Straw and fodder are good so far as they go. A mature sow is better for bleed? ing than a young 'tiling.' In spite ol all the steam machi? nery in use horse rlesh increases in price. The profit in a pig eomes from getting linn to eat as much as he can digest. Success in raising young pigs depends very much on the manner in which they are cat cd tor. To sum up the profit of breeding the rule is, breed from the best ; ihey will pay the best. A oow can not be expected to give much in winter is her only food is straw or cornstalks. Sheep will endure severe cold it kept dry ; but exposure to storms, either rain or snow, is verv hurt? ful. From one to two pounds of corn and two pounds of clover hay, for moderate sized sheep, is a day's ra? tion. Gentleness and care with a tLck of chickens or turkeys will soon win their confidente to a ltmarkable extent. On given amount of lood the sh...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 May 1883

VOL, 63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2.3, 188?. NO. 31, ??b*manho*iIj| l&eral?) I*'***-. Ll-lltn ?ttSILt ?*? SHCN-.NOOA.r HERALD PUBLISHING CO ?"""*8ub*cript0D, ().\E Ii-.ii.L i; a] * a half per year payable in advance. AH communications ot prm'.e- nature will be charged for at advertising. Job Print liiR? All kludt o? Job Work-loin ?t.-hort notlceand me niott reasoi tl . I / ' ?(s. WD. L. ]?ou r u, ? ? A'i Law. WOOHSTO? 'v. VI? .IMA. OSce in Burn-, r - ek.Ya j Apr. Ulk, S3,?ly. \t ' ?.LU* ALEXAKDEB. ATTORNB1 AT LAW IWlKCHUTKR VlRCIlNIA. ... at tend Ur Will practice i'. ?Inn it.l* r?gulai!? Um Jau. 17 t?. M ARK R WUNDER, ATTOBSlV WOODSTOCK. \ IKOIN1 ?? O'tUv in Burner's Building. July 1?, VJ.-ly. ISO/L. KlOXlii:, J' ? AT LAVf, Woodstock. Shenasdoah Co., Ya. Will practice in Um e ?nntjr atvl .-ircuit courts ol Bhtiiamloali, tu.l - 13*" gpecitlat: June 21 ttt-tf. T>OBERT J. Vt'Al.KEK i\ ATTORNEY AT-1 AW, -\v - m ?. ff*y Office in Ban Nov. 31.?lyr. '<;. WYHKOOP, at T o n N...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 May 1883

Ijmanboab l?ralb i*>e.ti*ii-ci> ?--nil. i a* tHCNANOOAWC HERALO "?UtUBHINQ CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedneatia-f. "flay, 33 ISS3. In spite ot the aciive factional po? litical contests which have been waged in this state fer some years, the issues are now rapidly becoming well known and are the dame as those which de? vide parties in oiler stales of the Union. Everything points to the great political contest of 1884. Every move made by the administration ?-> now considered with reference to its effect upen the approaching Presi? dential contest. The issues which divi? ded democrats in this State are no longer issues. The division line in Virgiuia, as well as in the other states, is that which separates Din'ocrats and Republicans. Among the most important of those '.?sues is that of tariff. There is, it is true, some differecce of opinion emong meo of the f-anoe parties upon this issue, but gtuerally an J as a party, the demo? crats favor a tariff tor revei.ue only, while the R...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 May 1883

^mantara!* Iptrato W00 08T0CK VA. WerUtemlUT M?} 2*?? ??*3 T?WH AND OOtnm ATTAIB8. Kote ad at the Post Otlie, at Woodstock, Ts. ? secood-clasa matter.] Chant ? of schedule ukiug ? ffwt Monday, May 14th, 18S3. M.kes tr..in? due at WiH>d?U*c? aa follows: EAST BOl'KD. 331 Mall Express ?nd Passenger 9 2* ?? *?? iftti Paaseuijer and way freight ????? a. in.. ?til " *? Through W. k Kx. IMp.n? WKST 1S0VND. 210 Mall Express and Passenger 1 .'? 1 p. m. 281 Passenger and Through Freight 7 si a. m. 2?4 Pasa, and way freight 2 IS p. na For any other ??BrtioularB apply or write to me It. It. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. i mas s i? Her. A. A./. Buahcug, preaches in tin LBthsrsn Church, at Woodatock ou the mornings of the l?t and 'id ??at-bathe and at bight on the 4th Sabbath of each month. METHODIST. he?. J. R. Tanhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on t*??- '.?1 arid 4th ?unday?. morning and evening ami at 1 diul.uig ouUt and iid Buudajs of each mou'li, inoi-tiii-g ?ud ?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 May 1883

?arm ?nib Jf?resibe --*? '.miM ... ?> ? V ?BaMaTU There are a great many kinds o* gatea. Every man lias a gait c-i h s own that lie carries with him when lie moves ??mini?]. We do not mean that gait, but the gate that a man passes through when he entera er leaves ?in enclosure in a legitimate way, ant] does not climb over the fence. When Sampson left Gaza he ffll accompanied by one ol both kinds you remember, but that has rci.liy nothing to ?lo with tliis aitii :1e, ?wither has tlit Wei-ghets ot the (??lnian. We art coming io the subject directly. What a diffcici.ee there ii between the gates of portals in England and in other parts o? Europe?, and those that impede travel out on Onion creek, which is a part of the United States. When an English editor calls on some eatl or noble marquis in a social way, or to d-llect arrears ot subscription, he rides up a t-Utely portal at the end of a flower-border? ed a.enue, shaded by nuble anees tral elms. From the ivy covered por'.er's lodg...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 May 1883

licmituiimh VOL.63. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1883. NO. 32. |b-enanbo?ib ?jcr??l?? t*>0jiUtiB>:n wait Li a? ?HCN*?OOAn- HITBALO PUBLISHING CO "?"?^beertpton, On*? Doi.l.r ?m> A-n.M.v per year payable in advance. All ooramunlcationt of private uatnre will be har(?d for a? advert ?tins. Job Printing. k\\ klnda of Job Work done atjahort uotlceand ?ne most reaional'V term?. J'rofessional Cards. Wl). L 15 1)111' M, w Attornkt at Law. WOODSTOt K. VIRGINIA. ?DSBce in Burner's BnUihn&Wooilttix'k.Yn Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. "IV M. R- ALEXANDER, mm ATTORNEY AT LAW IWixciifstku Virginia. fST Will practice in *?licu*!iilcali Count) lug regnlarlv the court?. Jan. 17 -t?. M fcABK B. WUNDER, A?TOKNLY AT LAW. Vf OOPSTOCK, V IK OIXIA. Office in Burner's Buildinz. .Tn'o- 19, "82.?ly. JXOIL. KUXE?, ATTORNEV AT ?T.WV, WOODSTOCK, SlIENANlMMlI Co., Y.\. -Will praetic-* In the county and circuit . Sb.nandoah, and ?<!,)' ?mi I"** Special attention I Jane ?1 '??-t?. "DOBERT J. Y.A1.KF.R |...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 May 1883

fctnanboalj ^.trslb ia>t)?Li.?nED trvEKLi ??? SHENANDOAHr HERALD "UBLISHINQ CO Weilne4?4taj."tfiiy, .10 ?SS!.. The ,l*:leellou. <Vt- ?nllir-l; il .is wcik, the retines ot lise ehi-tiHi!. lu SUnaudoah county, therelurus show the nlecUva Ol al? most the entire coalitloo ticket. This result is tt> be attributed, iu a great measure, to the lact that that party was completely (irgauized and voted Us full strength, while the Denncrats, asa party, had put no ticket iu the lieh), and but one of the ,'coiiutv efflcea was contested, that of Shrnii. Lor t.'.im inotiwealth's Attorney uio-it ol the iKii!i>ciat- vuteil lor Judge Alh u.some lor Walker, others loi Williams and Others still did not VOt? at all. Many democrats, tiki i.? .... i.l ti i The result was i!.ai,, of the opposition was incicase?*, 11 we expect to suueed ua this cou t. ty, it can he dm :k ana complete orgai izalioQ, We must L-nng our men to the polis and see that we have us active a alition* ists bave, Alaito Dtp(...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 May 1883

tomantoal} Juralb W?OUi-iTOCK VA. WtMne-tdav May ?0, in.s:i. T0W? AHD COUNTY AFFAIRS. BBBBS-awi a? the PostOftie, at Woodstock, Va. a secoud-cla.? matter.] Change of schedule taking ? fleet Monday, Ma? Uth, l ?WS. Makes trains dus at Woodstock u follows : EAST BOVSD. 331 Mall Sxpresa and Faseenger 9 21 s. m' -at? PsBsenger snd way fr.i?lit lu ?Us. m. IM " " TUrough F. k Ex. 7Mp.ui, wkst noanxt, JlOatall F.xpresaand PasaBuger 1 M ji. m. 28? Paeseiiger said Through Freigut 7 15 a. m. Uni l'aas. aud way freiglit 2 13 p. ui. For any other particulars ay>i>lv or write to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. C-KTJIICH XJIRECTO-RY. il riitii?.,. Re?. A. A.I. Basboui!, prenchesiu tbe Lutheran Ctiurvb.at WiH>dsl?*rk ou the mornings of tli? l?t aud 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the 111: Sabbath o? each mouth. ?a?onar. Rev. J. B. Vanliorn, preaches in the Methodii-t Cburcb, at Waoaatoct, OB t-ie '.'?1 and 4th IrBBdays, morning and ewiiiug aud at Kdlubuig on lut and 2d Sundays ?>f each nii.tifb, B...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 May 1883

It upo .a i Ion of Fruit. The following by Amos StauiTcr, of Wayncsboro, l'a., was read be? f?te the third National Agricultural Convention, Chicago, December. 1882: The best method of increasing the value of our domestic Iruits, as I comprehend it, consists in famil iarizing cur farming community with die simplicity and cheapness of the evaporating process, and ccn vincing them that it is a legitimate, profitable, and easy oc'junct of tart? or household labor. Evaporated Iruit is worth from 200 to 400 per cent, ?idvanee over the same truit sun or oven dried, the labor of pitparmg the irr.i (?vhicli is ?he greatest item) being the some in both cases. The actual cost per pound cf finished procuct without regard to quality cr value wl.en prepared, is about the sr.me. Briefly 6tatcc!, cur formers' wives, sons and daughters now ex change the ptoduet of our oichards with the? labor added, at a dis? count c*. from 50 to 75 per cent below the product of the less in? telligent coloied labor...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 June 1883

iliitiliii WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 188?. NO. 33. tS >0?LIsHH> .?nu >r SHtsHNDOAV! HERALD PUBLISHING CO tar*8ubscr*4>ton, Osa Dollvb aso a-halv per yaar payable in advsuce. .Ml communications of private nature will be barged for as advertising. Job Printing. ail ?lad? ot Job Work ?lone atjshort notlceand ta? most reasonable tvrms. frofetsional Card*. W?. L. BORVM, ? Attorney AT Law. Woodstock, vine; 1X1 a. O?5cein Burner's Builihng.WooJs?'dt.Va Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. w 14. K* ALEXANl-ER. ATTOBWn AT LA* IWinchestkr Virginia. tar Will practice i? Shenandoah County, attend? ing ragularlv the court?. Jan. 17?tf. M ARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, \ ikoinia. Office iu Burner's P.uiUlinz. July 19. ,8-.\-ly. el no..l. keller, attorney at ,law, Woodstock. Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practice in the county and circuit courts ol Shenandoah, and sdyaiDmt. counties. tar- SMelsiaUeatloo to collect', .n June ai 'tW-tf. KOBERT J. VAIKF.R ATTOBMKY-AT-LAAV, Woopstock, YiMimA...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 June 1883

I?>D?XI?H?D ?/?BIL? BT SKENANDOAHE HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesitlai, June 0, 1883. Does it Pay ? Legislatures of several of our Stales have, in order to reduce the cost ot keeping convicts, converted the peni? tentiaries into extensive manufactur? ing establishments. Looking at the Bubjeet witb the siugle idea of saving expense to the state government, it would seem to be a wise plan; but when it is considered witb reference to a large class ol citizens who have placed their capital in legitimate man? ufacturing enterprises, the policy clear? ly appears to be one of doubitul pro? priety. While the state tloea not be? come a manufacturer in its strict sense, it furnishes labor and superintendence of labor to manufacturers at a lower rate than other manufacturers can pro? cure the same labor. Its effect is to break down the legitimate manufac? turer who pays a fair price tor his labor and, in this way, supports nut only the laborer but the family which is depen...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 June 1883

?Ijenanbaalj ?itratti WOODSTOCK VA, WeanetsdaY Jane 6, 1883. TOVB AHD OOUNTY AIT AIES. Entered at the Post Offle, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] Change of schedule taking effect Monday, Mav nth,1883. Makes trains due at Woodstock as follows: EAST BOUND. 331 Mall Express and Fassenger 9 M a. ta? fea Passenger snd way freight 10 30 a.m. ?1 " ?? Through F. k Ex. 7 61 p. in. WEST BOUND. 510 Mall Express and Passenger 1 M p.m. 28S Passenger and Through Freight 7 44 a. m, ?sSt Pass, sad way freight 2 13 p. m. i For any other particulars apply or write to tue B. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CTHCTJUCII TJIBECTORY. LITHKKA... Rev. A. A.?. Busbong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the 1st and 2d Sabbaths and at Bight ou the 1th Sabbath o? each month. METHODIST. Rev. J. R. Vanborn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on the '/d and ?Us Sunday?, morning and evening snd st Kdinburg on 1st snd 2d Sunday? of each month, morning and evening. VRESbYTiKIAS....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 June 1883

?farm aitb |uresi Painting Hohn?? ?hIIh If a piaster?*! wall be new, has not been whitewashed, it do) to silBe it with glue water ; if it has been calcimined or w washed, which is often the cas( glue sizing should ever touch Any preparation of thi3 kind if ble, sooner or later, to peel off spoil the surface for any future ish. A safer way is to take and coat the whole sur:ace Vx painting, which makes a fast u of any wash to the wall. On i a base oil paints will adhere fe*ly. But the principle double in p ing walls is found in the defec character ot the plastering. It is building a house, he can p the studding twelve inches f centre to centre, so that strong I will not spring and break up mortar at every pressure, laths, loo, should be spread < fourth of an inch apart, and morter have twelve pounds of to the barrel of lime. This make a wall that will stand the walls ot the houses piaster? kindred years ago. The rea why the plastering falls oft' f oar modem houses is because laths ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 June 1883

M?B? 11 VOL. 63, WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 188?. NO. 34. Tj'fOdLISBED ?TTWKtl ?? ?hemandoahj: herald PUBLISHING CO OrSubscrtpton, Osk Dom.au axd a half per year payable in advance. All commnnlcationsof prmte nature will be barged for as advertising. Job Printing* Ml klcda of Job Work done atjabort notlceand ?ne moat reasonable terms. Profetsioiiul Cards. WD. L. BOBUM, ? Attorney at Lav. WOOPSTCXK. VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's BuilJiiig.WooJstock.Ya Apr. Ulb, 83,?ly. VL' ?*? R" ALEXA* ATTORNEY AT LAW |WlNCHESTER VlKOlNlA. tW Will practice in Phenandoah County, attend? ing regularly the courts. Jan. 17?tl. M ARK B. WUNDER, ATTOJ.1MY AT LAW. Woodstock, \ IMOIKIA. Office In Burner's Building;. July 19, W.-ly. 1N0.1X. KELLE?, attorney at {law, Woodstock, Shenanooah Co., Va. Will practice in the eowttj and ciicuH courts ol Bheuandoah,and adjolotn? conntie?. tV Special atiemiou to collection of claims'. June 21 'trtt? tf; ROBERT J. WALKER ATTORNEY -AT-! ,\W, Woodstock, Virginia. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 June 1883

Bljinantoalj ?trato Ii>??usqxD ar?ULl a? ? HENANOOAMC HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday.June 13, isstl. Death ol C V Fulton. Charles Carroll Fulton, lor thirty years editor and proprietor ol the American, who has been suffering from chronic dyspepsia for some time past, died at his residence in Baltimore yes? terday in the 07th year of his ace. Mr, Fulton was, born in Philadelphia in 1815. When quite young he entered the National Gazttte office in that city as an apprentice, and after serving as journeyman printer in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, he remov? ed to Georgetown, D; C, and bought the Jdrocai? newspaper, which he sold five years afterward. In 1840 he ac? cepted a position as compositor on the Baltimore Sun, but was soon tiansicr rcd 13 the editorial room, where he served respectively as reporter, news, end telegraph editor, End afterward assistant editor, being one cf the pioneers in local repotonal and tele? graph work. He was also the first...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 June 1883

WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday June 13, 1883. ~ TOWK AHD OOTJTtTY AFFaIBB. Entered at the Post Offie, at Woodstock, Va. a aecoud-clrss matter.] Ctiauge of schedule taking effect Monday. Ma, 14th,1883. Makes train? due at Woodstock ?? follows: EAST BOUND. 2M Mall Expresa and Passenger 9 24 a. w 2?4 Passenger and way freight 10 30 a. m. 291 " " Through F. k Ex. 7 M p. m. WEST BOUND. 310 Mall Express and Passenger 1 M p. m. JSi Passenger and Through Freight 7 4i a. u. ?H4 Pass, and way freight 2 13 p. m. i For any other ?articulara ajiply or write to me R. L. CAMPBELL, igt t'HTJRCH DIRECTORY. liev. A. A.?. Bnshong, prenches in the Luthersu Church, at Woodstock on Iba morniugs of the 1-t and 2d Sabbaths und at night ou the 4th eUbbath of each month. MrraoutsT. atsrv. J.B. Vanhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woouttoe-k, on 0w 2d and 4tk ,-unda.vs, morning and evening and at Kdinbnrg on 1st and M Sundaya of each month, morning sud tveiiiug. naeavmuAi. KSV. R. II. Fleming, preaches in t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 June 1883

arm ?tn?r f?res?lu Sense Culture, The special culture of the sense is too much ueglectetl by us in this modern busy life. Probably at no previons period of human history has the neivous system generally, and, more particularly, i he sense organs, been so severely taxed as they now are, but never have they been les? carefully cultivated. This is part, if not wholly, the cause ol the progressive degeneracy of the Inculties of special sense, which is evidenced by the increasing fre? quency ol the recourse to specta? cles, e'ar trumpets, and the like ap? paratus, designed to aid the sense organs. The mere use ot faculties will not develop stiength?it is more likely to exhaust energy. Special training is required and this aasential element ot education is wholly neglected in our school*, with the result we daily witness namely, early weakness or delect in the organs by which the con sciousnes is brought into relation with the outer world. It is not necessary to adduce proofs ot tue posit...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 June 1883

lit?!?! VOL. 63. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 188?? NO. 35. ta?**9ati.UHXD ??aar.Lt av SrlCNAiNOOAH, HERALD PUBLISHING (O ?WSubscrtpton, Os? Dollar akd a half per year payable In advance. All communications of private nature will be hargedfor as advertising. Job Printing. All klnda of Job Work done atjsbort notlceand tne moat reasonable terms. Professional Cordt. WD. L. BORUM, ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's BuilJinp,Woodstoc"*?,Va Apr. Uth, 83,?ly. WM. R- ALEXANDER, ATTORNE? AT LAW IWinchester Virginia, XT Will practice In Shenandoah County, attend? ing regnlarlv the courts. Jan. IT?tf. M ARK R WUNDER. attorney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office In Burner's Build'mz. July 19. '82.-ly. NO.JL. KELLER, ATTORNEY AT ?LAW, J Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va. Will practlcss In the county and circuit courts ol Shenandoah, and adjoining counties. ST Specisl atlentiou to collcetlon of claims: June ai '84_tf. R~?BERT .T. "WALKEB ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, WoOPSTOCK, VlK...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 June 1883

la'towtisHEB -??taai.1 ?* ?MCNANOOAMr HERALD PUBLISHING.JO WOODSTOCK. VIWMXIA. Wednesday. June 20, 1?S3* The Democratic party of Virgiuia. encouraged bv the result of the Spring eleci?ins. are becoming fully aroused lo the importance of complete organiza? tion and earnest work to redoem Ihe State from the control of the party now having charge of the government. The coolest for the Leg Mature this fail will bo entered upon by the democrats with tie determination to win. The con? test is doubly important. First, be ciuse it is important that the State qoverument should be under the con* fol of the white people of the State. I: is important not only to the whites but also to the colored. The Mai.on? eite party are dependent upon the dc? gro elcmeut for 9ucccs?, and be ng thus dependent, they can only hold this element by conceding whatever de? rnands the negroes may m.ikc. The negror being the majirity ofthat party,theif success necessarily ; the management of slate all iirs into thei...

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