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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 November 1883

?Ijtnanboalj fjrrato WOODSTOCK VA. Ue?uetiday Saw. 7, 1883. TOWN ASP OQTJKTY ^FTAIBS. Entered at the Post Ortie, at Woodstock, Vs. second-cUb? matter.] Change of schedule takiLg e fleet Monday, May T?th,lb?3. Mul.es trains une at Wcodatvek u? toll '..?: EAST BOUND. ai Mail Express and 1 saawagwl ? 24 a. nr avt FetenL" auo way inigt.t le So a. at. 2U1 ' " 'Ihiuuglt >'. A Lx,. 7 M p.m. WIST BOOXD, UfcataUlisreaaaadPetal . iMp.m. BSV I aiaei gel aad 1 In ?gb rreight 1 ?* ?? m, ?tas las. iBdwajf] 12 13 p.m. for say otaai ??Articulara applv or write to me U. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. t -LI' ."" "V. C'"KUIiOIit: D1RECTCSY. Lirin i:e.,. Itev. A. A. 1. Bubhoug, BtwataBMln ta? Lutheran Church, al Woudatock ou the u-cining? 1,1 the 1st and 2d Sabbath, und st iiigltl ou the ?IL babbalh ot each month. lUtaTonST. Itev. J. K. Vanhoru, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, eu the :U aud 4tb .-unda\?, morning aud evening and at l.dinbuig on let and 2d bui.Uass ol each month, morning sud evanlB...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 November 1883

arm anfc lire?i?r*? A Pretty Home Toilet Husband and children delight in seeing mother look neat and nice. Nevertheless, many women dress at Lome in . uch u f.tyle that they are always a. hamed to be seen by anybody but Lome-folks. If a knock at tiie iront d?;or is heard they run and hide, or wait till they 'primped up' before opening if. In their cieed anything is good enough lor home-folks; all nice 1 hi?es ? nice clothes, lood danties?mast be saved tor company. Any old calico or woolen dress is good enough to elo house work in, any old worn-out shoes good enough to wear round the house. As a na? tural ?esult ot this theory, the par? lor is always shut up save ou great occasions, the sitting room is rarely used, and the tamiiy lite is entire? ly in the kitchen, It is no unusu? al thing lor women who hold such theories and cany them out in practice, to find no time to comb their hair till alter the dinner work is done, and go round with it in a lrowse two-thirds of the diy. As a na...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 November 1883

teiiiii _JE VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 188? NO. 5. |bfnanboaI^ ?traft Il lOrfLIgBKD *?IILI HT ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO m ? ...,,-?.?? WSubscrlptOs? 'ao Dollab asd abalf per ? year payable In advance. AU communications of private nature will be | barged for ai advertising. Job Printing. AU a?nda of Job Work done atjshort notlceand j me mo*t rea*on*b'e terms. jProfe*tio?wl Card?. M. L. Walton, E. D. Newman, WALTON ft WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock, ? ? Virginia. Will practice in Shenandoab and adjoining coun? ties, also in the Court of Appeals of Va. and IT. 8. Dietrict Court of Western District. July Uth,?tf, WD. L. BOllVM," ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Burner-? BuLWing,Woodstock,Va ?pr. 11th, 83,?ly. \\ m.r'alexander. attorney at law Winchester Virginia. tf Will practice in Sheuandoah County, attend? ing regularly the court?. Jan. 17?tf. _ Af ARK & WUNDER, jjl_ ATTORNEY AT LAW. Woodstock, \ ikoinia. Office in Burner's BaUding...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 November 1883

IS ItlJLISHED ???III ?V SHCNAN0OAH HERALD PUBLI8HINO CO WOODSTOCK. V1BI ; IXI A. Wednc?<>in. \ov 11, I AAS. OFFICIAL VOTE OF If. PRECINCTS. r, r Ilonas. Couri H<?u**., Town na'J. Ml. Jackson.. Strasburg. New Marke. EditibuiY. Cabin Hill. Hacubur.-. Centra! S. II um. . Quicksturs. Liberty Furnace .. Columtxa 1 Foresivilh. John 1>. Ill . : -.. Croa* Ruad*. Drj Ron S. H .... IPinnai.'- M .. . . Lebanon. All. U.a.. Total. g ! 171 143 153 163 162 138 55 To 13 CO 93 7 50 I (Hi il 65 33 165 9: 78 34 62 - 8< 26 5 71 60 79 45 i 109 145 150 101 250 83 160 130 55 7c 13 60 03 7 50 1< 0 11 04 33 164 96 79 ,; i :. 03 72 62 8 G 56 30 73 45 1707 1014 1704 1912 One ot the reaolts "ol U e Virginia election is the dropping of thai ? keeexpression "We are fer AriLnr became Arthur is for us." The Llaboniitcs earned tut three ouoiiis in IbeSeventh District. The largest majority In ibe district was given bv Page ciunty ard that was 324. Dig Hocking! am, Paul's county, gives them only 52 ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 November 1883

fijntanboab ferait) wooohtook: va. Wedneadav Nov. 14, I8S3 TOWS AUD COUNTY A?FAIBS. Entered at the Post Offie, at Woodstock, Va. aaeond-claas matter.] Chang* of schedue taking effect Moidaj, May Hlh.ltSoS. Make* ttataa due at YUodatuck aa failli se i IA?T B?rgin. M M all Exi res* aid I a?sn.ger S 34 a. tu' ISS Fasten^?! and way tr< lglt tu S? a. m. ??VI .llioiigh F. * 1.1. 7 M p. u.. win aovan. lid Mail 1 x)'ifts*iid l'ttssi fer 151 p.m. i8> }?nei gtr aud 1 lmul rrttgat 7 ?6 a. ai. IMlin mid way f nuit 2 13 p.m. For any other ?aitieulais apply or write to me K. L. elAMl-MiLl., Ai;t. CHUKCH EIBECTOBY. LUTHl-.KA?. E*v. 4. A.', bushong, preachesiti Ihe Ltttheiati Church,at Wuodslook ou the Btorbiiigi ui the 1st and ii Sabbaths uud ht night ou the 4th sabaath of each mouth. ?BvaoMar. Rev. J. B. Vscheru, preaches In the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, on the '.d and ?th t-undaya, morning and CTeuing abd at Kdiubnig oulst aud 3d buudaj* of each n.on'h, tucruii kjaud aveatag. nafamsu...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 November 1883

How to Trim a Lami? A kerosene lamp, when properly trimmed, gives as blight and sott a light as can reasonably be desired. Yet a large proportion of the mil? lions of kerosene lamps that arc in nightly use, are so imperfectly trim? med it is almost impossible to read write, sew, or do any kind of work by them in a satislactcry man-, ncr. TLe belief is quite general ?*?*?' to prevent a lamp-wick trom flar? ing at the corners, and breaking the chimney, it must be cut 'round? ing1 to coi respond with the cap 01 cover ot the burnei; and the aver? age individual thinks it will do just as well, in trimming a ?amp, to bieak the charm? wick, with tue ringers?or saw it cil with a rough edged knife?or to haggle it with a pair of rough shears, as it will to clip it smoothly with a sharp trim? mer. To these two erroneous ideas are attributable most of the badly trimmed lamps, and as the evil is a seiious one, it ought to be co; rested. The proper way to trim a lamp ?the way m which to secure th...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 November 1883

ni?! SetEuM VOl,. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 188? NO.?. ? ? rsaiLismn ??mi my SitestaNOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO IV Subscripto? a *uo Dollab on ?-half per rear parable in advance. All communication? of privat* nature will be | barged for a* advertising. Job Printing. AH kinds of Job Work done ?tishort notlceand | saai moat reaeonab'e term*. Profetsionul Card?. M.L. WatTos, E. D. Kiimmdi, WALTON A WALTON, ATTOHNF.YS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK. Yiaorsu. Will practise in Shenanuoah and ?djoinlag conn- | tiea. also in tbe Court of Appeals of Va. and V. 8. j District Court of Western District. Julr llth,-tl, WD. L. B011UM, ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building,\Yoodstock.Ya | Apr. lllh, 83,?ly. w m. r- alexander, attorney at law Winchester Virginia. tW Will practice In Shenandoah County, attend? ing r*?rul*rlv the court*. Jan. n-tf MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock. \ ikginia. (JtBce in Burner's BftUtNos'. .Tub" I?. '82.-1 y. JNO. L. RELLIUt,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 November 1883

|b?nan?i0&b lirait) is ?t>rfLi*a?D ?aatLt a? ?HCNAN00AM HERALD ?UBLISHINO CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. ?Vedneatlai, Xov 31. ISR3. \: alione*? Dying Appeal Th?f most infamou? public document thai bus ever been addressed to a iree people, is the appeal which Mai one makes to his party. Smartlog under a well deserved defeat, aud conscious that he ha? degraded himself by the sillv boastirg of victory, in ?hieb he it dulped even to the day of the elec? tion, he attempts by a number o? false charges against the people of Virginia to account for the disastrous defeat which has scattered his party and de? graded him as a party leader. The old, worn out stoties about kuklux and Southern outrages, in which the carpet* baggers indulged while seeking to de? spoil Il e people of the South, are re? vived by this would be leader ot a de? feated party. He attempts to make the people of the country believe that Virginians are cold blooded murderer? aud that the late tlection was cartied by murder,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 November 1883

|ljfnan??0ab %txnlb WOODSTOCK VA. Hednesdu) \ov 31, 188S ~TOWI AMD OOUHTY ATTAIBB. Enured at the FoitOffle, atWood?tock, Va. a aecond-class luattar. ] g??*? ? -' ' Change of schedu e taking effect Monday, May 14th, 18SS. Makes train? uue at Woodstock a? follow?: EAST BOUND. 331 Mail Ixpresa and Fassenger S M a. m* 3*6 I'*??riik?r and way freight lu 30 s. m. ?VI " " Through F. k Ex. ,7 M p. m. WEST BOUND. SIS Mail F. xprss? and Paiesnger . 1 51 p. m. ?8* lasssvger and 1 trough Freight 7 45 a. so, 38? 1 **?. and nay freight 3 13 p. m. For any other ?articalai? apply or write to me K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CtiXJJRCH DIRECTORY. LrrutRA?. Rev. A. A.4. Buahong, pre?ch?alu the Lctberan Church, at Woodstock ou the morulng? of the 1st and 3d Sabbath? and at night ou th. ?Ui Sabbath ef each month. ? BUTHODIST. R?v. J.R. Vanhorn, preache? In the Methodist Chnrch, at Wood?tock, on the M and tth ?-uuday?, morning and ?veiling and at hdinbmg onlat and 3d Bnuday? of ?ach month, morning and evening. PR...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 November 1883

-3s .r >?' Tbe Farmer**? Fish. In a paper read before the Amer? ican Association, Mr. C. W. Smi? ley, ot Washington, D. C-, said lie had some }cars ago imported fiom Germany thirty or forty pairs of this fish. Tliey were placed m lie Iretdii'g ponda in Waalnn?ton. anJ I sve increased many fold, th?* lumber si awned tl is year being 400,000. ' Th? carp it naturally a warm water fish, and in the wa? ins ol i lie S utltrn States grows mil *$ oiii.s-i'g lapidify, an i to g e<?i eiz-. Tliey will ?th > '<-> well m t,.e c? d waiej ?it the Nonb, even in II lili* eia Neatly every Staie hid c Muy m ilie United States I as a h.-ii c nii; issioii, ai d they aie ail propagating carp. It Law rJsu Leen t. ken upas a privaie spe? illation. Mid carp aie sold f?r breeding pnrpiSt'S as l.igli as 85 per pair. 'lue carp roots about in the mud for aim.tiii, and much resembles poultry its manier ot g-tting tood. Carp aged ihre? years ?re often found lo weigh twelve to fifteen pounds, ano ag...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 November 1883

teiiiiwi VOL. 64s WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 188? NO. 7. |lj?nHnboal| ferait? tlVD.LISHKD ?SSILI l> ?HENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING tO *ar- bubtcrlptoxa 'uo Iallab am> ab?is per erpayayable in advance. All communications ?f private nature will be j hargedfor a?advertising. Job Printing. All kind* of Job Work done at'.ahort notlceand j me mon reaeopar-W term?. Profetsioruil (lard*. M. L. Waltos, E. D. Newmas, w ALTON A WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock. . . Vibgima. Will practise in Sh.-naudoali and ad'.oiniag conn, tie?, also in the Court ef Appeals ot Va. aud V. S Dintrict Court of Western LMStrict. July Uth,-ti, WD. L. B 0 B U M , ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's Building,Y\ oojsti.tk.Ya Apr. Uth, 83,?ly. w ,! M. If AULXANDEB, ATTOaUm AT LAW WlNCHESTK.K VIRGINIA. HT" Will practice in Slieiiatidoab County, attend? ing regulativ the court?. Jan. 17?tt. MARK B. WUNDER, attokney at law. Woodstock, Virginia. Office iu Burner's Building. Jtili...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 November 1883

Ijtnantarcli jarato IS tTJ??LI?H?P ?.?Bill >* SH?NAND0AH HERALD FUILI-MIMO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedne?<t?j. Not 88, I RM. ? -???^???*~"*"?^^**~*~*"" Virginia's Shame When the bloodv Shirt was waved by Thud. Stevens, Benj. Wade. E. M. Staunton and others, the people of the South felt sensibly the wrong that wa? heaped upon tbem. These men were the openly declared euemies of tho South. Jt was not enough for tbem that the Southern people, in defence of what they knew v.ere their riuhts under the constitution, had sacrificed millions ol money, ihtlr homes and theusandi of their best and bravest sons, and having been overpowered, had surrendered and ?< re as true to their vows made In that dark hour, as they were brave up ou Um fields of battle. These meo for mere partisan purposes inflamed the people of the North, by stories of blood? shed as talse as the hearts that con? ceived them. The people of the South bore the indignity with a fortitude only equaled by that exhibited ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 November 1883

I^tnanbcab IBcral?) vVOODH'l'Ol'K VA. Wednct-ulu? >?v 2S, .!-*>.? TOWN ANp_00U}?TY AITAIBS. Entered at the Post Odie, at Woodstock, \>. I aecoiid-cUe? matter.] Change of ?chedu e taklag t Be, I Monday, May Utb.lHSS. Makt? IMIl da* ?l niA'dttci-k as follcw?; n BOOM?. vai Aisii i'ipres? ?ml I ase? aa.?i ?s.s ltM.i.ti niiO nay Ireleht ?ti '? ?? lai-oegfa r. a i \ Wi.i-'i DOOXD. til Mall 1 n|re.s?ii?l Fata? i g? r 11*1 c.1 t sin I I 2M .;.s itci way in Igbl 1 : ?it t ll.ii laiticuaie tppl? ur Will* to me K. !.. C-Wl'i El 1 , Ai;t. U 21 a.in lu an a. in. k7M l. n. 1 51 p. m. 1 ?A a. Hi J 13 p. m C'tiTJPlCIi D?RECTCRY. I ITHMII... Krv. A A. f, lius.1.1 lie. ?ic.c1.im. 11? lltl.ciaii Church,?? Wvodatorl g. t.i Um 1st and ad .?..hoi ti.? Mid ?I Ulyl.t On iho ?In Sabbath ct tech uni tb. "* MBTHOlUarT. K?v. J. 11. v?i !.. in. preechra tot lb? M?th..tl.st Cbmch, at v?'<H'0?to?'k, to t'n .unit; iiu .-uuiiays, no in?lk ?ud m i mi. m t! at I un bnig on 1st ?loi id si.LU?;? iltcii i . ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 November 1883

*T How to Mix Paint. The following table, the sour ot w bich the Journal of Chemist is unable to trace at this monier tliongh it vouches for its tiustwori ine.-s, will be Icund ferviceabl especially tor amateurs, as shown how f imple pigments are to ! mixed to produce compound color I'.iil?Mix wliite, yellow ochi ami r? d. Chestnut.- Ked, black and ye low. Claiet.?R?*d, amber, and blac Copper.?Re-. jellow. and blac Dtve.?White, veimilion, blu hi d yellow. Drab.?White, yellow ochre,rt and black. lawn.?White, yellow, and re Flesh. ?Wliite, jellow oclne,ai vermilion. French Gray.?Wliite, Prussii blue, ai d lake. (iiay.--While, lead aid blac d ?White, stone och e, ai rtd. Green liroonze.?Chrome greei black, and yellow. Olive.?Yellow, blue, black, ar white. Diai go.-Yellow and red. l\;u:ii.? White and veimilion. Pink.?White, vennilion, an lake. Purple.?Violet, with more it ai.ti white. Violtt.?lud, blue, and white. Jn the combinations oi colors rt riuiied to produce a desired tin tlie ti...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 December 1883

toiiiitoi iipli VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1883 NO. 8. |>bnttmboab ?trato II ?Tj.LISHKD S/wSXLT *V SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO I?"6ubicript0s* 'uo Dolla* ?s? a-halt per erpayeyable In advance. AU communication*of privatenature will be barged for aa advertising. Job Printing. AH kinds of Job Work done atjihort noticeanrt in? moat reaaonaWe terms. J'rofetsiwial Card?. M. L. Waltom. E. D. StwMA?, w ALTON * WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Will practlee in Shenandoah and adjoining coun tlee, alao in the Court of Appeals of Va. and U. ?. District Court of Western District. July lltb,-ti, WD.L.B?RUM, ? Attorney at Law, WOODSTCXK. VIRGINIA. OS:ce in Burner's BuilJing.Wood'st'-ick.Va Apr. lltli, 83,-ly. \Y m.k" alexander, attorney at law Winchester Virginia. tar Will practice in ShenaDdoah County, attend? ing regularlv the courte. Jan. IT?tf. M .1 ARK B. WUNDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Woodstock, VikOiNiA. Oflkt iu Burner's Building. July It, -M.-ly. NO. L. KLLLErt. ATTORNEY AT...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 December 1883

?Ij*nan?r0aIj Ipafo ,( ?rjWLUHIK ff?aXI>T ?? ?MENANOOA?- HERALD ?-UBLItHINO CO jrrm WOODSTOCK. VIBGmiA. Wc?l?ot?'tai. l>cc 5, 1SS3. State Auditor We roily concur with He Valley and Bocetos ... In their view. upon the Anditorohip of the State. We want an officer who by education and business habits, as well as by b? integrity is fully prepared to discharge prompth. cfficientlv and faithfully the duties of the i BUe. We do not be.a vc io the doctrine thai a man's party ser? vices alone entitle him to the offices to be filled by the party. But when a gentleman po-sesscs the DCcessarj qualifications to fill au office and has been very active in advancing the In? terests of his party and has not hesitat? ed to make great personal sacrifices tor the good of bis parly and his S ate, we think the services of such a mau should be recognized. David b, Henkel baa twice led what might opt rcpriately be termed the forlorn hope in this die trict. By his personal effort? fie ba? done much to...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 December 1883

W?OD8TOCK VA. WeducstlHT Dec- 5, ISS? TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIES. Entered at the Post Ortie, at Woodstock, Va. a aecond-class matter.] Change of schedu.e taking tiled Monday, May Hth.lfebtf. Makes trains due at Vi ooilstcck as folio? a: EAST BOUND. 231 Mail Express and Passenger 9 21 a. nr 2HS Passenger and -nay tNlaht 10 30 a. m. ??81 " ?' Through r. k Ex. ;7 M p. ni. WEST liOlNO. 2I0Mail Express and Pasbei;ger , 151 p.m. 28s Pasgenger and '1 hrongb 1 night 7 45 a. m. i?t 1 asa. and way flvteht 2 13 p. m. For any other particulars apply or write to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt CHUKCH DIRECTORY. ITtlsai?. Rev. A. k.M. Bnsbong, preaches i j the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the IBS and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the all Sabbath of each mouth? s' ?BMOMST. Rer. J. B. Vanhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, OB the -il anil 4th .?uiiUaNts morning and evening aLd at I ilinbuig oulbt and 2d tsuntlajs ol sack n.on<U, mcriiiLgaud iviuiug. rSSaSTTKBXAil. ?av. K....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 December 1883

arm airti Sirc?i?u MautiriDK in tue Hill It is an erroneous idea whieh ma ny farmers have, says a correspon? dent, that manure applied in the hill, or directly beneath where a plant is to grow, does more good than the same fertilizer spread broadcast and well incorporated through the surface soil. There may be a few crops), soch as melons cucumbers, etc, which are mon benefited by hill manuring than by spreading the manure evenly over the nutate of the ground, bul with the majority ol farm creps il is sate to say that manure, especial ly if somtwhat toarse, should al? ways le incorporated through tin seil. Giowii'g erops are supplice) with tnougli rootlets to rind tin fertility it it exists in the soil and is in condition to le assimilated b\ the plant, and it is wholly unne? cessary, as well hS unwise, to haw the manure placed beneath the plant. lull manuring requires more labor than broadcast manur ing, besides giving generally poor? er results. Many farmers have learutd the lolly...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 December 1883

mitt? %tm\A YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, DECExMBER 12, 1883 NO. 9. $*man??0ab ?trato ?? tti. nsBi-.n .vrku y ? rkaANOOAi HERALD PUBLISHING CO ??vSnbKriptONK'ao Doila* tt? a nair per erparajable in advance. Ai) communications of private nature -will be barged for a? advertiulng. Job Priuttng. AU kind* of Job Y,"ori doue aC.short notlteand tn? most reason?!'??.' term?. I'roftssioiit'i Card?. M. L. WaltOX, E. D. Nl.VMAN, WALTON A: WALTON, ATToRNl'.VS AT LAW, WoO?STOCt\ - YlKUISIA. Will practice in Sh< nandoahand adjoining coun. tie?, ?l*o in the Coa?!. i a. ptala 11 '? a. and 0. s District C? urt of Wealern UUtrtot. July lit'),?tr. WD. L DO IM' M. ? Attorn i v at Law. WDODSTOi K. VIRGINIA. OSieein Buru-.r's Ba?Jmg,\Noojatoc'k.Ya A?>r. Ulli, 83,? lv. a?' M. R- AH'XANI-L1.. Wl ATTORN1\ AT LAW WlNCIIESTFU VlRQ IMA. l*r* Will practice i'i Bfcenandcab County, attend lug regularlv the eoarta. Jan. It?tf. MARK B. WUXPER, attorney at law. Woodstock \ihgima. Office in Burner's Buil...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 December 1883

IS 90 Jushb? ??nil ar ?rTcNANOOAH HERALD PUBLieHINQ CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday, Dec 13, 1883. The election of Carlisle as speaker *f the House of Representatives gives great satisfaction throughout the coun? try. The people understand what it mean?. They know that it means that the Democratic party proposes to make a fight against the monopolists of the country. It means that the tarif! must be reformed, that the masses of the people shall not be oppressed witb burdensome taxes for the benefit of the * few. It means that the Democratic party has a fixed and definite policy and that they will go before the people wltb a platform, strong because it is right, and popular because it is not on lv right but it protects the interests of the people of the country. The Richmond correspondent of tbe Alexandria Qaiette savs "Judge Allen's argument to-day before the committee on Privileges and Elections against the power of Ibe Governor te order an election for legislators while tbe Legi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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