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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 December 1883

?Ijfnanboalj If rali WOODiSlTOCK VA. WsMlneBdaT ?te. 13, I8<?3 T?vTOAND UOUHTY AFFAIRS. Entered at the Poet?me, ?t Woodstock, Va. a aecond-claa? matter.] Change of acbtdu.e taking ?fleet SI 11 day, May 14th,ins?. Make? train* due at M?ldateos ?a folluw?: EAST BOUND. 331 Mall Ixpreta ?nd t ???enger 9 24 ?. m' '4SS Past eu%er and way freight l11 SU a. lu. Ml '? ?? Through F. fc Ex. TM a.as? Waal BOIND. 21U Mail rxpressand I'aisei gtr 1 51 p.m. 18.? 1 amei gtr ?ud 1 hiough ?'reicht " 4i a. ?u, MS Isa and way freight 2 13 p. tu. For snj other)articulara apply or write to me K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ? . . U1*L__ . . ' -X_ J CK-ORCH DIRECTORY. LVTUaKA... Rev. A. A. 4. Busbong, preaches in the Latheran Church, st Woodstock on the morning? of the l?t and 'id Sabbath? and at night ou tho ?lb Sabbath of each month * Mt.TH?lHST. Rev. J. R. Teabota, ire?ch<8in Um Mithcdis-t Church, ?t Wot deSoeb, OB t?ie -d and 4th rutidavs, moriilng ?nd evening and at 1 uinl mg on 1st ?ml 'id...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 December 1883

For the HEEald Breeding for Hex. Van Buken furnace, ? Shen. Co., Va. Dec. 1, '83 } Editor of Herald :? 1 have re? ceived so many inquiries verbal and written in relation to my theory o! coutroling sex in breeding that to eave trouble ami give more geueral information, 1 will answer through jour columns. My thtoiy is,t hat the ovaries on one one side ot female animals [no duce malts and on the oilier t?? males, and, that in breeding they alt?rnale; il you wish to breed for beiiers and your cow ha? had a heiter call, do not let her be sei ved the first lime she comes in heat, as that impr?gnation would produce a bull ealt, but let her pass that period t>nd take her to the bull the next lime?allow her but one ter vice, and confine her in a stable quietly to herself away lrorn the bull, till she shows no lurther signs of beat. Should she tail to "catch' at this service, let her pass the next heat and serve on the tourth one &c, tic. So much ttr the theory, now tor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 December 1883

feiiiiiii leiill YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECExMBER 19, 1883 NO. 10. II tCtfUKHSD ?J?ltl ?? ?HEN4NDOAH HERALD PUBLISHINS CO ?W8ub?cript0iiB 'ao Dollab asd ibiii p?r ?rpayeyeble in advauee. AH communication? of private nature will be barged tor ?? advertislug. Job Printing. AH kind? o( Job Work don? atjahort notlceend I ?n* mo?t reaaonab'e term?. Professional Cards. w X. L. Walton, E. D. Nkwmah, ALTOS A WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock. - - Vikoinia. WiU practise in Shenandoah and adjoining conn. tie?, also in tbe Conrt of Appeals of Va. and f. 8. District Court of Wesieru lUstrict. July Hth,?tf, WD. L. BORU M. ? Attorney at Law. WOODSTCXK. VIRGINIA. Office in Burner's BajHJinftil M>datOck,Tt Apr. Illh, 83,-ly. W M. R- ALI X AN DER, wT ATTORNEY AT LAW Winchester Virginia. pr Will practice in Shenandcah County, attend? ing regulativ tbe courts. Jan. 17?tf. M j ARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock. \ ikginia. Office iu Burner's Building. Julj- 19, -82.-ly....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 December 1883

I? ?S?LIU>? ??ULY ?V ?rtCNANDOAH HERALD PUtUSHINS CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. ? m > WedDotMlay, Dec-19, 1883. The Republican Senate caucus re? fused to Dominate Mr. Geo. C. Gor ham, as Secretary, when they knew that Gorbam was Mahone'?- choice. Was there ever baser ingratitude ? The Richmond State says, "this is about the time of the year when Ma hone expected to be giving out loaves and fishes. But instead ot behog the the dispenser of political favors, be is now begging them." Whin Gen. Mahone had his son Butler appointed as secretar* of a coron-itttee, he made the impression thai the "machine was burated" end he was going to get for himself ?11 the spoils he could. The General evidentlv has little confidence in the continua? tion of the party which acknowledged him as the bos?. In the Circuit Court at Staunton Judge McLaugbln decided the Lutheran Church rase (Haskell and els. vs. Craig and als. Trustees) in favor of the defendant, thus giving the church pro? per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 December 1883

^roatrtwalj Iwai?) WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Dec lt>, 1883 TOWI ASP 00?KTY ATTAIBB. Entered at the Poet?me, at Woodstock, Va. a aecoud-ciasa matter.] Change of schedule taking effect Moiidav, May 14th, 1888. Makes tra?na due at VWodaP ck aa follow?: EAST BOUND. ?31 Mall Expresa and Passenger 9 34 a. m* a?6 Pae?*ii?tr and way irelgbt 10 30 a.m. 391 ?' " lhrough F.k Ex. ,701 p.m. WKST BOUND. 310 Mall Fspreaa and Passenger 1 M p. m. 388 pateeiger and 'I bicn^h Ireight 7 46 a. m. 3K4 Pass and wsj freight ' 3 13 p. m For any other lartuulata spplv or ?iite to me R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHUBCH DIRECTOKY. UnkOaU?. Rev. A. A.J. Bushong, preaches lu the LBtheran Church, at Woodstock on the tnorulng? of the 1st and 2d Sabbaths und at night ou the 4th Babhwth of each month. ? METHODIST. Re?. J.B. Yanhorn, preaches in the Methodist Church, at Woodstock, ou the id and 4th cundays, morning and evening and at l.diubnig on 1st and 3d buiiUaje of each n oii'h, morwtigaud ?TSliUaaj PKtbKYTEKUN....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 December 1883

arm anb jf?m?be? Hoosehold Hints To take out ink stains soak in milk for several bouis, then apply a little lemon juice. White pique makes pretty toilet mats, a bordering of scarlet wors? ted adds to the appearance. Siher, either plated or solid, should be washed in hot suds, and dried quickly with a sott cloth. Tea should always be made in an earf lien ware pot, and after it is drawn may he poured into a china or silver teapot. A wise cook says, 'Never boil vegetables with soup stock, for it you do, it will certainly become sour in a short time.' To wipe the duat from papered I walls take a clean, sott piece of flannel. Of course, it must not be damp, but the dry flannel will re? move the dust. Stale slices of bread may be wade into milk toast. Toast quik ly, butter, put ir'.o a deep dish and pour over the whole boiiiug milk ; serve very ho*. Apple sauce, ready for pies or the table, may be preservtd by putting while bot into hot jars and ?sealing at once. IIot preserves should alw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 December 1883

YOL. 61 WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1883 NO. 11 ?Ijftta?tbo^ f craft !? ?t. LIrHV.I) CVI'Lt I" ?rtfcNANOOAf HERALD ??UBLI?KlN? CO >K1' A HAL7 P?t ?"?^"?ubscrlptONE 'no DoLL.?s ?rpayayable lu advauo?. All communication? of privat* catar? will b? barged for aa advertising. Job PrliittttK. AH kinds of Job Werk don? atj-ibort ootlee.nd ?ue most reasoi ?bV lan ?. Profeisioitil dard*. M. L. Wal to?. w E. D. Newman, ALTON * WALTON. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock. . . Virginia. Will practiee In Slit nandoah and adjoining coun? ties, also In the (Voit of Appeals ol'Na. and U. 8 District Ctuit of Y> es.eru District. July 11th,?tf, WD. L BORV It, ? Attornvy at Law WOODSTOiK. VIRGINIA. OSicein Buimr's Bui:Jin?;,V o?.'lsD>ck,Va Apr. 11th, 83,-ly. H 7m. k- alexanmr. attorney at law Winchester Virginia. OT Will pract'ec In i'henandiab County, attend li It reculailv the court?. Jan. 17?tf. MARK B. WINDER, attorney at law. Woodstock. \ ii;ginia. Office iu Bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 December 1883

-^tjmanltOetl; f wafo I? ?rj.Ll?DEX> ?bbki.1 ?r aQKNANDOAH HERALD ?UBLISHINO CO ?WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedneadaj, Dec 26, 1S83. The Year** Work. With this issue our labor for the year 1883 is closed. During the year we have visited 1 urdreds of families, bearing lie news to all. In seme cases, our columns were h den wiih glad tidings. ?P others tl ey bore only sorrow tul nevtg. Whether in the depth? of Borrow or in the gayest seasons of festiviiy, ihe weekly visits were the tame. At vl e beginning of the year, the cause for which we contended and tbe prii c pies for which we fought seemed to be under a cloud?at the elose of the year, tie coud has vanish? ed, the ciu-e is ttiurophant and the victory of this y oar, we are fain to be? lieve, is only the forerunner of a greater victory next year, which will add ad diiioral luster lotie pathway of the party, which from the beginning of the century, has manfully and heroically contended 1er the rights of tbe people. But whelLer ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 December 1883

Sljnianbwlj |}ttat? WOODSTOCK VA. UetliicHdHT Dec i<?. *H?3 TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIES. Entered at the I'ostOme, at Woodstock, Va. second-class matter.] ???Jew tchedule taking ?Sect NOV 18th, IHN), Al Tra?na leave Woodstock as follows ; EA8T BOVND. 303 Passenger and Express.1.05a.m. JS7 " and Freight. :> J3 a. m. 331 " 1 apresa and Mail.9.'.'4a,m. 3?6 " and way rieiglit..SSB a. m. 301 Through Freight.io.iy p. m. WEST BOVND. 313 Passenger and Express.1.(5 a. n> 8.-* Through Freight.S.2Ua.in 3lu Passenger, Mail and Express.1.51 p.m. 384 " and ?ay Freight_ ..2.13p.m. 3tte " audFrtigbt.6.08 p.m. Trains 203 and and 212 Daily all other trains car Tying (asaengera daily except Miuday. Further | particulars a? to trains see another column of this ' paper. R. L. CAMPP.KI.L, Ant. CHURCH DIKECTORY.I I 0TBU i:i .. Bev. A. A.4. Bushong. preaches in tin I.ntheran Church, at Woodstock, oa the turnings of the 1st and 2d Sstbaths and at night ou the 4tL Sabbath of each ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 December 1883

a?nti ' il i- mas ii ? i???i> ,w A Poor Woman's Bon anca Extract from a letter to the New Orleans Times from the island of Jersey; A short drive and wr stop at a small tone cottage, -which, with the two acres attached, is occupied, by a couple of elderly people whose story will bear repeating, and may prove of interest to your lady readers who incline to Jersey cattle. Here I saw the very best fpecin ens (f the ?eiy best race ol cattle yet produced. But the story is a simple one not at all romantic, but very pract ical. For twenty-two years the woman v.as a farm servant. When her master died, his personal effects weie sold at auction. Among the cattle was a cow our heroine was anxious to possess. Excited at the spirited bidding, she went be? ound the little hoard s lifetime ot honest toil had accumulated, and terrified when lier narra was given as the buyer, a good man. how? ever, loaned her the excess, so she slept that night the sole owner ol the finest cow on the islan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 January 1884

VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1884 NO. 12. Il KrLUBED *??(Lt HT ?Ht*AN00AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO ??"Subjcrlpton, Oke Dolub tiiD i Bur ptr erpayayabla in advance. AU communications of private nature will be barged for at advertising. Job PrintluK. All ktndi of Job Work done atjshort notlceand tie moat reasoneb'e terms. f'rofessioit'il third*. w M. L. Walton, E. D. Nbwma?, ALTON 4 WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WoOtoSTOCK. - - VuuaviA. Will practise in Sbtnandoah and ?flloiniag conn, ties, also in the Court of Appeal? Of Va. aud V. 8 District Court of Western District. July Hth,-tf, WD. L. B?K?M, ? Attoknky at Law. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Uurmr's Bnil(]iag,Woodatock,Y? Apr. 11th, 83,?ly. T|V M- R" AIXXA1 ATTORNEY AT LAW WINCHESTER VIRGINIA. VT Will practice In SheuaudcahCounty, attend Ins regulativ the court?. Jan. IT?If. MARK B. WUNDER, attorney at law. Woodstock. \ ikcunia. O?icts iu ?urijer'd Build.ut'. July 1?, '82.-ly. JNO. L. KELLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woodstock. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 January 1884

M ?B*uaaiD ?aasr.1 ?? IhThaNBOAH HERALD ?UtLISHINQ CO ?WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednratnj Jau 9, IS?i. ^asnlugtOB Letter. [Tronl^t Regular Correspondent.] Washington, D. C. ? January 5tb. 1884. ) Tbere bas b( en no lack of political gossip, comment and conference in Washington during the long adjour ~ ? aient for the holiday recess; nor has time been wholly unimproved. There has been solid work in several of the committees, and some of the recular bills will be ready for presentation as aeoo as Congress re-assembles. Then, too, the committees have had an op? portunity to become acquainted with themselves, individually aod collec tivrly, to pull themselves together, to measure tbeir caliber acd take their aim. 1 a ill not carry the metaphor further for fear I may say that they ?ill soon be ready lo "shoot off ibeir mouths," and I am aware that this would be a departure fiom ibe severe and clastic language which you impose upon ail jeur coi respondents. The majority in Congress is no doub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 January 1884

^manboalj Igtralb WOODSTOCK VA. H<HlncH<lHv Jan. 9, 1884 'tqWH AUD OOITWTY AITAIBB. InUrecl at the Post Ortie, st Woodstock, Va. a ?eound-clas? matter.] 1_I_-_ _'? ???jaw achcdule Uklug effect NOV 18th, 1863, ?1 Train? leave Woodstock a* follow* : BAST BOUND. ?08 Paaaenger and Expreaa.1.0?> a. m. ?87 " ?udFielght. t.'??a.ni, Ml " Exprea? and Mail .?.'.'4 a, no. 3M " and ?ay Freight. V 55 a. m. Ml Through ir?isbt..lu.i-J p. m. WEST BOUND. 113 Passenger an.J Ixprea?.1.15 a. v. **8 Through Freight.?.20 a. m. tlU Pasatager, v ail au J Express.1.51 p. m 384 5* and *av Freight.2 13 p. tu. ?8* " and Freight.6.08 p. tn? Tra?na SOS and and 212 Dally all other trains car ryliig i aasenger? daily except cuuaay. Further particular* a* to traiu* see another column of this paper. K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. crHTji-icia: directoky. LUTiUKAr.. ?ev, A. A. 4. Burhong, preaches in tit?- Letberan Ohnrch,at) Woodstock on the doming* of the l?t and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 9 January 1884

Poundfbr Pound When we were told, some years ?go, by a breeder of Jersey cows, that he could make a pound ot but? ler as cheaply as the best of" feed? ers could make a pound of beet, we ctnfess 1o have received the state ment with some grains of hesita tion, and tl.e more we thought ot it, 1 lie mere incredulous we became; but it was made by an experienced ami ? truthful man. and we were anxious 10 see it in that light it it was true, and to prove the contrary to him it not. We therefore sought information elsewhere, and the further we looked and the more we investigated, the more clearly did we realize the correctness of his point. But what astounded us was the fact that his butter was being sold Ly contract, the year round, at an average ot thirty uve cents ? pound; whilst the best of beef ?vas won h only trora six to seven, at.d that farmers weie devoting so much oi their time and their means to the. luoductioii ot the cheaper in stead cf the higher-priced article. Ami, even Do?,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 January 1884

YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1884 NO. 14. ta rOa-UHHED ?wrsLi r> ?rttNANOOAr- HERALD ?UBLISMir.Q CO SSTgubfcripton, Ons Doll?? as? a bal? per ?rpayayable In advance. All communioatlonaor private nature will be barged for aa advert tsiua. Job Print..?*. All klnda of Job Work don? at'.short uoticeatid ?ne most rea?onM''c term?. 1 'rofets ionai fhird*. M. L. Walton, E. D. sSewmah, WALTON A WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WOOPSTOCK. YlBGIMA. Will practise inPhtnauc?n?h?ud ailoiiutug coun? ties, also In the e>prt of Appea's of Va. and D. 8 Diatrict Court of Weilern District. July 11th,?tf. \V I> L. BOKU M, ? ? ? Attornst at Law. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. OScein r.uiii'.r's Building,Wo >4?tock,Va Apr. Ulli, ?3,?lj. w M. K- ALLXAXD1K. ATTORNEY AT LAW WlXCHESTKK VlHUIXIA. HT* Will practice in Sheuan?teah County, atleud liiR regulativ the courts. Jan. 17 tf. MARK B. WINDER, attorney at law. Woodstock, Vikuinia. Office iu Burner's BaUcilOa*....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 January 1884

ta ?saBUsaa? ?aa*i.s b ? IrltNANDOAH MCHALO t-UtLItMIMO CO ?WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. WeMin?????1*?*? I?" -?. IWS* Rt-vt-uu?? Beforui. The question of revenue ref>rro is now agitating political circles. That the tariff that low taxes the people is oppressive and unnecessary is well known. The men? yolists who have grown wealthy by means of the high untfare unwilling to give it up, but favor lavish appropriations of the pub? lic lunda and the abolition o? the in leroal revenue. The ma?ner of conducting tho In? ternal revenue department by the Re? p?blica n party who have used it, and its tpies and iniorroers for panisan pur Vose3 has made tbe department uup.jp ular and almost all classes desire to see it abolished. The motives, however, are very d ffercut. The monopolists want It abolished so that a high tariff can be contained while other classes want it abolished on account of the tjop_connected with it. Whiskv ??e tax that can be placed lore heavily It is taxed be people, bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 January 1884

Ijfnanb0aIj 1 trato WOODHTOCK VA. We?Ju?r?<la> ?Ian. 16, 1884 TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIBI. Entered at the Poat Orne, at Woodstock, Va. a ?econd-cl??? matter.] ?Vrew ?ebedul* taking ?fleet NON 18th, 1883, ^1 Train? leave Woodstock a? follow? i EAST BOUND. 'JOS Passenger and Expresa.1.05 a. to. Jt>7 " and Freight. ?VJ3B.IU. 2*1 " l.xpress and Mail .9..'4 a, m. at* '? and v* ?y Freight.9 56 a. m. 2*1 Through Freight..10.10 p.m. WKST BOUND. an P?*?eng*.- and I xprea*.1 18 a. it. SH8 Through Freight. ...8.20*. in. 810 Passenger, Mall and Exprea?.1.51 p. m 2S4 " and ?Aay Freight.ii.13 p. iu. ?Jtot " undFreight.6.0B p. m? Train? 203 and and 212 Daily all other train? car? rying lasaenger? daily except ?Sunday. Further particular* as to trains see auvthvr columu of this paper. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. ti-.- i _u_u_a CHURCH DIRECTORY. 1 -I'THLKA... Lev. A. A. 4. Burfhong, preachaeiu the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock ou the uiorulugs of the Kt and 2d ?*bbatli? und at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 16 January 1884

e^wcm an?> ^?res House and Farm Hind Either pickles or catsup s' be ea.en with cold meat. Two thicknesses of newsr rnake a good lining for apple reit?. The best pen wipe! is a pie an old kid glove. No lint s in the pen-nib? as from cloth. Keep steel bits in a warm ] until wap-ted tor us?. It is i to put a frosty bit in a ho mouth. Buckwheat ihoutrl not pre either corn or wheat. it m the soil too light and p ir >us wheat, and experience shows com never docs well aftei b wheat. Feed sheep rrgu'arly and day-light. Noon ?3 the best I for fceeling roots anrl gtain. Wl ever a sheep is lame examine teet. It is either a bad hoo 'oot rot, and ?cquiris immet attention. Savory Eggs Trie ': Take ? en hard-boiled egge, cut their halves and scoop cut the ye Mix the yelks with some tin minced cold chicken, mushrc shalot, a little lemon juice and ? per ai.d salt to taste. Put mixture-into the va hite halves getber, pass a piece ot till through then?, roll ligiitly in and bread...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 January 1884

VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1884 NO. 15. ta ?C.L?SHKD . ?T-SiLV t< 8HENAND0AH HERALD ?UBCISHIMfl (Q I???* fcubicilptop, Onk Doll.sk am> a bal? per ] erpayayable in advance. All oommuuli.-ation.or private nature will be | barged for as advertising. ? Job Printing. All kinds of Job Work done at'.sbort uotlceanrt,| in? most rea?on?b'e term*. af?rO/'t> 'Tli*. .B. Danu.h ..i: \V. 1). I., sstnt M. "QANDRIDGE & BORUM, ATTORNEYS AT L' 'V. Will practice in sh-^.ijudoah and a.: couuties. sa*"" Office in Coui t House seiuare. .Ian, O,-t? M. L. Walton, E. D. Nkwmas, WALTON A WALTON, V1 B AT LAW, Woodstock. - - Viuhma. Will prai-tiee in Skvt uandoab and adjoining coun? ties, also In the Cos? ei IXI. 8 i'istiict Cotutol Western tiietrivt. July 11th,?tf. ?V>I- ??" ALIX'.Mil;. S? ATTOBNX1 AT LAW WlKCBEarTKH Virginia. stsT* Will prai tief i : ghersandoab County, attend ta-g res.lilarlv tin Jan. II -tf ARK B. AVrXUER, attorney...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 January 1884

^Ijfnanboalj f rrato *?-~I? ?VVafLnBBD W *???.? ?V WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednrwia? Jan S3, l?*4. SoMBofthe Denocratic papera ex press considerable anxiety about the issue upon which the election of the next president depends. The Demo ?ratic party uas not been without an issue. The platform first adopted by the party would be s?i?e enunciation of piinciples. The party has at all times been the party of il e people and bee opposed the ceotralz ng tendencies of the opposite pAty- by whalevc name it has been known. A? to tariff. the party has so ollen expressed Useit throngh itt platf.rms, that it will tot be d flkult to announce a ptiuciplt which is just to all clasi-es and oppreS eive to uoce- Whenever the Dem?cta tie party attempts to uphold ihe mono? polista of the country at the expense of the great mass ot labotlng and agricul? tural people, it will lorieit public con Udecce and will dUappear, as has been the case wiih every party that gaiued h short lived luccess by sdopiing^piiu...

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