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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 February 1884

HealneadHT Feb 37 1884 TOWI AMD COUWTY AFPA1ES. Kuteredat the Post Offi?, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] ?"?J-ew schedule taking effect MO* 18th, ISSi, ?^ Train? leave Woodstock aa follow? : EAST UOt'SI). JOS Pass?eger ?nd Exprese.1.00 a.m. JriT '? and Freight. SSM.4B. SSt " Pxpirosand Mtil .9.?4a, in. ?*? " ?nd v* ay Freight.9 R6 a. m. 2?1 Tbroogh Fieight..10.19 p.m. WK3T HOUND. 312 Pssseneer end Ttpress...l.f.5 ?. ir. S> 8 Tbri ugh Freight.. 8.2e) a. m. ?10 P???euger, Wall ami R-xpress.1.51 p.m. 2M '? aid ?ay Freight.a.13 p. m. ?S6 ? undTrtlght.6.08 p. to Trains?? and and 212'Dally all oiher trains car? rying laseeDger? darly excel t nind?y. lurtlier particular? a? to traiusste another colman of this paper. "R. I. CAMPBELL, Agt. CKTJRCH DIRECTORY. Ll'TULlie ... EeT. A. K.*. Bushoiig, prexchesiu the Lutheran Cbuich.at Woodstock ou the morning? ?>1 the Ht and 2d Sabbaths and at night ou the iW I Sabbath of each month * ItKTHOinST. Rev. J. B. Vtnhortt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 February 1884

.arman* f?m?*t. County Road?, The people of Virginia have always been Btraogely blind to treir own interests in the matter of con nty roads. There are sections of the State, no doubt, where Nature has done all that was needed to enable every mac to get froin h in- to his market-town, or depot, or Ian Hog; but there are also hilly regions .ni mountainous regions, where the roads now used are a dis? grace to tl'e a-:e?thousands of years behitid the times. If the people who lived in an\ such country one hundietl years ago had th n .?pent half their fortu . in making such roads as ought to be found evi ry-where-roads that last forever those people's descendants would now have been living in a country In which laedl would bring as much as they do in New York. To see roads running straight up and down hills in this day issugges live of anything but progress. To Bee r ads full of gullies is truly disoaurag ing to the nothern land-buyer So as to roads from a toot to three teet high? er on e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 March 1884

VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, I3S* NO. 21 I? PCBLIBHED WVEKLY UT. lME??A?li):iA HERALD -CBUSHIH? ?O tW?nb.oripHon, one Do lu? a am? a HALrper yeit, payable in advautt-. A'l communication! ofprivit? ntiUN will l-e hugetl I Job Frintlnsx. All kind? of JOB WORK tlore it ihoit nctice and on the tL.^t rea? ? tbl Prof***!'?>??'i ( 'ara?. W. R. Al 1 XtNl'LK. \\ iiitlit-stir, \ .1. M !;. Wi MB, W OOtltltM iv. Vu. ALEXANDBB & WUNDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WooOsi'ii-V;, SheianuViih County, Virginia. OFFICE in Bamei |Jf" Prompt attt-ntiii to all I Jan. 23d-tf. I a\. I). L. BCKVJ4. y\ANPRlDGE ?4 BORUM ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in ShoiianJoah and a counties. gwT office in Court House square. ,Ian,9,-tf M. L. WAa.lt?, E. D. Newman, ALTON * WALTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woonsioca. - - VmoiNiA. Will practise in SVunandoali and adjoining coun? ties, also m Ibt 1. u:t i A) peal? . ! Va. ai.tt l". S Lii-Uitt I. art .'I \\ .-..ru i ? July Uth.-tf, w JNO. L. KLLLF.it, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 March 1884

l^aWanbaalj mtttx??) U PlBLISBED WEEKLY BT ?rttNANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedoeatlsiy Careta, 5 is.**. Waabiugton Letter. (Trou onr Regalar Correspond?!t.] Washington, March 1st. 1884. The present Congress has dooe much to force the conclusion that the House of Repiesenativee bas grown to be a cumbersome and unweildlv body, con? sisting in great part of arpiring dunces and exbaustless wind bags. The young represenatives come up Ironi the roral districts big with the impression thai the eyes of Europe and Rhode Island are up in them, and that they must not fail to answer the expectations of their maiden aunts. They make speeches in season and out of season. The real business of the country lags and lan? guishes in oulei that these impudent statesmen may have an opportunity to drawl speeches In which neither the country nor humanity bave the sligh? test interest, and which from a literary stand point, are bud examples of a bad school of oratory. The Senate is no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 March 1884

^?enanbOwtl? Strato WOODSTOCK VA. Wednesday Mareta 5. iss-l TOWH ASP COUNTY AITAIRS. Entered at the Post Olfie, at Woodetock, Va. a aecond-elas? matter.] ?ivtew ichedule taking effect NOV 18th, 1SW, ? v Train? leave Woodstock ib follows ?. KA8T BOCND. 9nS Passenger and Expresa.i.os a. m. JK7 ?' and Freight. IIS a. SB, 931 " Vxpresi and Mail.9.-.'4a,m. 1*4 '? and ? ay Freight. y ?f, a. m. all Throngh Freight,. lSaip.Se. Win BOUND. 112 Piseengersnd I xpreta.1.15 a. n-. ?S8 Through Freight. 8. JO a. m. aiu P?e>enger, Vail and Express.1.51p.m. 'igt " and v? ay Freight.2.1? p. m. 2S6 " audFnight.6.08p.m. Trains WS and snd212 Daily all other trains car? rying tiisetigers daily except t-unday. limber particular? a? to trains see another column of this paper. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. e-HCXJlRCIi TJIRECTOKY. urniBaUea. Rev. A. A. 4. Buihong, preaches in the I.uthersu Church, at Woodstock ou the morning? of the ]?t tnd 2d Sabbathi und at night on the 4th Sabbath of each mouth. ? MKTHOH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 March 1884

arm mt?r S?resfo* ???Z*^*' Sowing Peas. Joseph Harris, in his seed cat*lo goe, says: Sow Extra Ktrlj Keni Feas as ear'y as the frost is nut of the surface B?>il. Try, sandy soil is b si ?Sow in rows not less than three foot, apart. Make a drill mark an inch deep with a hoe or rake-, ibree inches ?Ule. Sow ?he seed in this row about li 1: an iuch ap'rt. This will give ab- u' ten peas to inch ot oh-. This is thick planting?thicker'than is necessary perhaps, Lut if the land is ik-b, ihick seee)in? will favor early niatuiily, and ye?u will get peas several days eailter than if sown thin. Frost rarely hurls peas, but if a lit? tle horse- litter is scattered on te-p of the row it will do do hairu, and may sometimes be of much use Fur a second taily crop the sowing may be delayed till the ground is in giod working condition. Kentish Invicta is an excellent second early pea. Sow ?3 rtcom?. mended for Extra Early Kent, except that it is not oeccssary to sow so thick, aay six peas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 March 1884

SHS! iiiiiiii? %m . VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA.? WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 18?4 NO. 22. Iljntaniwaii fStrali. 9 IS PUBLISHED WVT.KL? BT ?MfNAMHOat- HERALO otlsjLltHINS I0' ssr 8ubei>ripti..u, oat d.lL'U ?sd? aanr per - ur, )a;. tile iii advaxie. All i> xEtnunli'aticus of prieste HMI will* ; aigiii loi a>. i -1 aal? i't-lntiilK. AllkUde ot JOllW?IlK etePLe et ?lioit nuke | add cata?' uutt reasonable terius. -a?--a-?_ frofessiomii Cardt. V?. K- Aie.XeMut, ?vVinihi-i-r. Va, M B. WnH i. W OoelseOCK, Va. 4 LK.XANlMil? Si WTXDhR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Wooilatexk, She: aneloali County, Virginia. I UFF1CK u li?ttiei Block, Of" Prt'iui't attontio.' to ?11 le^a! buainess.l ?lia.ii. HA?it. K.B. Dasi'Hi i.e. SV. I). I,, tiuiit m. l"VA?,pr?lDl.E*l 1?0RVM ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice? in ?heusudoab and adj'iniug j couutlts. ftr oinic In Com t Bouse muar?. J?u,?,?tf M.L. Wai u.v. K. D. StWM.oi, ? OT ALTON & WALTOS, Al'iUKNLYS AT LAW, Will practwe in Sin uandoah an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 March 1884

|l?enattb0alj |?walti IB aCILItaXD WEISLV BY ? rltwAtlDOAH HERALD -?UtLltHlrtB ?C WUUDSTOCK, VIRGINIA. WtMiDca-Jaj IVarck, 1? l?f*4. fftM,e?---???-a--------???---*-----*-*a--*-?--at-ae--*? The Tariff. Si>me of the timid Democrats are ready to exclaim, upon the slightest difference among democrats in Con? gress, that the party have made a great blunder, and that defeat is inevitable. We do not expect the representative? of so many different sections, with bo many d fi?rent interests, to be able to agree upon every measure and at the same lime honestly represent their con? stituents. Some sections of the country which are strongly d?mocratie favor a protective policy, because the people think their interests demand such meas? ures, while other sections strongly democratic, believe Ihe protective tariff to be both oppressive aud unconstitu? tional. So long as these different in? terests exist so long will the represen tatlves, if true to their constituencies, difler as to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 March 1884

^5? iajntanboalj ???traft WOODSTOCK > ?. Wednimlai Mni<h 13. 1884 TOW? ASP 00?KTY AITAIR?. Sutarad at the PoatOffle, at Woodstock, Ta. a aecoud-class matter.] ?aj?w schedule taking eSact KOV Ifcth, 18S3, il Tialij* leave Woodatock a* follow? : EAST BOUND. 108 Paaaengcr and Expresa._1.08 a. m. JS1 " aud Freight. a 23 a. tu. Ml " r i;itwaaLd Mail.S?.?a a, m. *?6 ?' and way Freight.9Wa.ru. M\ Thronga Freight.10.19 p.m. WK8T BOUND. 312 Ftnetser and Fxpreaa.1.C8 a. rr. ?88 Through Freight.8.20 a. m. ?1U Pasaenger, Vail and Expresa.l.M p.m. 384 " aid ?ay Freight.2.18 p.m. 'JH6 " andFreight.6.08 p. m Tra?na?03 and and 212 Daily all other tra?na car? ry log i ????rigera daily excel t Punday. Further particulars ak to tra?na aee another column of this pai-er. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CTHCTJUCIC D1EECTORY. LDTtUXA?. Rav. 1. k.J. Buebong, pmcues in the LBtharau Church, a? Woodktock on the mornings of the lut and 2d Salbatha and at uight ou the ?tb Sabbath of each month. ? Met...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 March 1884

*^arm anb ^iresib*.1 Croup Croup is a congestion of blood in the arteries of the windpipe congested to ancb an extent tbat the more watery portions of the blood exude and spread and thicken, until the wicdwipe is so nearly elosed that breathing is diffi? cult, and as the filling up increases and the breathing becomes more labored, a kind of spasmodic contrac? tion of the top of the windpipe takes place, and the ohiid is dead. Croup is the result of oold,e?pecial ly U connected with damp clothing or wet stockiogs, No mother should ever put her child, under seven years, to bed without teeling the feet, and it they are not warm by all means warm them, as it may end in croup before morning. Being out of doors after sundown rom November to May is a very frequent cause of oroup in small chil? dren; in playing about, their feet are apt to get wet, or they get overexcited in their little play, are overheated, and are very much inclined to stand in the wind, or at a corner on damp ground, or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 March 1884

?Meaeaaie?aMaBawaSBwaaaaawlBM VOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY? MARCH 19, 1884 NO. 2?. IS ruill,]SHKD WtSJtlT BY ?HENANDOAH HE RALO >>U?t!.K 1? TO vi i v n.vi.K itr ft? BtBwtttt) t O , OBI IVI.l.v ji;r i?j?lKt?i. a-avis v. AM ti niitBLictt on* of.r'.vkte is are v.l.it. ?] I ? key ? latas a<velt1.-iOK. Job rrinting. A'lkild? Of JOBvOI.I doll- n ll aid i n the n.oel re?4>M able terms. rofessionot Varar. Xi. K. At**?ni.i u. W ntcbctur, Va, M B. Wdspim. V o.'dsiock, Va. A LEXANl'Ki; \- WUNDER, . ATTQRXKYS AT LAV', VimJiUii-'h, Bneiandoah flnantj. Virginia. Oii'lli; in B uner block, tJf Prompt atu-Li'u? ' in all legal business. J?n. '.?u-tf. E.V. Dam?.11 ..i.. "A D. L B RVM. iy\Nl-KII ( 1. a I I RUM AlTOelNEYS AT LAW. Wi*l i-ravt'.c? In Sheuindoab ?:td ilj inli g | Coll' U... I* ?eVati-e in Cwui t Uouie ?quire. .m.'J.-tf >l.L. Waxils. E. D. S?t M vs, w ALlvl.N ,M WALTOS, . \* iuttNEYS AT LAW, Vv .?Mvwuix. Vll.lllSIA. W ill |??,'tie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 March 1884

-?TmmWSmmmWSmmSmSmmnm I aHKN anDOt-M e mRKrtf -?(?attakt?o 'e l'5?**?>e;4 SSM*J^^miii^^:. "^7-?jaV^l---^ ' ^*r^-t>"? ' ? ?. .?a)?*-*!-????*!- ??T' ? WlJ(4?Wi)t"I?..?yUie..l>VA*?. . W*4i>*?aflaj awaltrMfc 19 l*S aaaa-aaaaaaaa? i ? i i m i Washington Letter. -. ; Ff???? ?nir Regalar Corraspoudeut.] WASHiNeiTox, March 15th, ]& ell*b*??dJbeern - noised., ?broad, that. the time desUmate.ef ipg Uik?tH,. ftp l ?i?adWln?rj>rt>r bill, i*i the-.Senate Wtiae**Ut^v,.iS?o*te.r.I**?iplu;would ma ?toother' aorrudl speech >n opposilic %)6jctaflara% largely composvd of e-oco ladtesi ttlittd every seat m the gallei. except part of ibe space upholstered HJae, wbicli.is ded cated k> diploma ?rhiuily. Man? I Iri.iHH of Senat l?ifl??wejr>d< hi*- fitnulj were presa Bui thti*r? ?lin exime 10 l?e>ar t Hotrttrihy, fat, iiiigrumiii?ili.-ul lllm orator, wool ??ay dieeapoioted.- 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 March 1884

W OO D8TOC K. VA. WevtttetidHv -inrtn l?. ism "TOWN AUD COUNTY AFFAIRS. InMrtdat the "Pout Offle, ?t Woodjitosk, v?? a second-clast matter.] l|. ,'. 'i'.,L,- ...... Vr?. ?K-hedals taking effect NOY lltb, l?a, m.y i'sfcina iMvu Wuodstouk a* follows. EAST BOPSD. 303 faite ngcT and l.xpress.. '.1 .C> 9. ua, JK7 ?? andFrelght. f>23?.in. ?31 '? t.xpreas and Mail .?.'it a, m. JH6 " and -Way Freiggit.. ...... Mi 14 m. Ml Through Freight.. -. . hU?Jp?tu. WEST BOUND. V.i Psstenger snd I xpre-ss".115 a. rr. ta? Thfi-ugh Freight. ...ML *J a.m. met P?s?enger, N,ail and Expr?s?.1.51 p.m. and way Freight..2 13 p. tu. ?MC " ahdFTvight.6.1* p. t? Trains ?0? ?ud snd 111 I>sily ?11 other trains rar* r>ii.g 1 ?Meugern d?ily excv,? rut day, Fnrtke? I particular? a? to trains sie another t-uliiiuu of that paper. _K. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. l'.tv, A. A. t. Bushong, prts.ehes lu the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on th? mornings of the I?4 and 2d Stib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 19 March 1884

arm anir Jfireoibr? Koine Hint*? for ft'eeduiR. . The feeding of a c >w ?faring lh< winter must necesRivily be ceifly upon dry fodder, as bay, com-stalk?-, ect W 11 cured corn fodder is liut little i?ferior ?o the be.-t bay, which it clover. Timothy bay is t.ot so good for milk as g od corn fodder Blue grass find led top hay Is better then timothy, and abjut a- good as good c rn /cuder tlitt has b eu cut before it hi.s become dry or frosted. Mixed meidow hiv with about one half cl"ver, is belter?, still, and orchard grass and clover in eqo?l parts is ye' \ While well made hay frjtwBB e.;,'\er cut when ia l-l ss..m, it- the *e>v best {VdJe-r for a oow.Tbe stalk of the ?mail call*/ kinds of s \e<?l con: cat when the corn is in the ota'o in Which it is used for cooking or can riiupr, J, q li'.c eeiiial in value lo ihe b ist cl Ter hay. But a c vr re quires ??me grain food to give quality and l'ichn etwto milk. And this u*u?llo coo- ttnnt of c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 March 1884

_._ I_'ii-,' . ""'"'' " ' '""". -J.' ? "'??*-* '?- * ? ? ,? ..,? VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1884 NO. 24. |^?*n?*0al? Cirait* is ?rm.ifnr.ip wan kly b* tHENp?ND0Ar HERALD ?'UBLISI'.'.t'O CO ?^Subscript on, el.a Djixva ?no a-aanr pel year, payable In ail % A'rco?amunicaton? of private na-iire will he t?'eed 1er as advt-itielng. Job FriutiuK. All kind? of JOU\tOl:K dote tt short notice ?nd on the u.o?t reasonable term?. -Professional Oardt. \\. 11. A'i t xiMHK, M. 1!. Woaittn, \\ muet****, Vf? NN oodaiot-k, Ya. 4 LKXANl-Eli & WUNDER ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WootUtoek, Sh*Hiaikr**aai Connty, Vii OFFICE in Bareei Block, t*"f Prompt attention to ull le??al bu Jan. !fce?:-tf. E.l?. Do \V. l>. !.. bOKlM. D AiiDRIDGEtS BORUM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in Sheuaudoah .and adjoining couutle*. ttr office in Court llouse t?iuare. Jin,?,?tf M. L. WalTOS, E. 1>. K w ALTON S WALTOS, AltvKNBYfcAT LAW, 11: ]n?rti?. ii. r-hinandoah and adjoining i ? -....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 March 1884

Bt ?CBLIIHID WKKILV ST ?MCNAWBOAH HERALD ?UBLItHINQ CO wmm; WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wednesday March. 26 ISS4. In spite ot all the predictions, the Democratic party won't split on the tariff iaiue. There may be, and doubt lees are, different views upon this sub? ject, entertained by different members of the party, but that it no teason wb\ a party united upon other and more important aabjecta should permit their differences, upon one subject to defeat the grand objects sought to be attained. Tb? aolution ot the difficulty seemi more limpie as the lime approaches.? The party is actuated by a desire to ?ecure the greatest good to the greatest number. Each member may not be able to have bis own individual views upon every subject incorporated into the platform of the party, but the posi ttopol ibe party upon this question, wtiile coniervatiye. will be sufficiently clear to convince all clanes of people that the democratic party will give them a government which will protect evert legitimat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 March 1884

** btnanboalj leralb WOODSTOCK. VA. WMnetkla* March ?6. 1884 TOTO AID OOTTHTT AITAIBS. Entered at the FoatOffle, at Woodstock, Ta. a aeoond-class matter.] a?--?-?--?aa-??------?-???-?aa?----?------^^ ???Tew schedule taking effect MOV lath, 1889, X^l Train? leave Woodetock aa follows : EAST BOUND. at? Paesengtr and Expresa. .1.00 a. m. Je.7 ?? andFrelght. t>.23e.m, SSI " FxpreesandM.il.?.'?ta, m. IM ?' and May Freight.?56 a.m. JS1 Through Freight,.10.19 p.m. WEST BOUND. 102 Passenger snd Fxpreaa.1.C5 a. tr>. if8 tbrcugb Freight.8.20 ?. m. itlu Passenger, Snail and Express.l.M p.m. 284 '? and way Freight...18 p.m. 386 " andFr.ight.8.08 p. m. Train? 203 ?nd and 212 Dally ?11 other train? car ryliig laasenger? daily except Sunday. Further particular? a? to train? ?te another column of thlt paper. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. mSjmWSM?m. Rev. A. A.'. Bnthong, preaches In the Latheran Church, at Woodstock on the mornings of the 1 ?t and 2d Sabbaths and at ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 26 March 1884

Beam Catching Flali. Very few people know that bear take to water naturally. The) ?* rot?m over the rrountains are! through the forests, dig open lotten logs tor ants and worms,andsecuie ?11 the hornets' nests they can am tear them to peicees, and eat tin young grubs, pick berries of a! i descriptions and eat them, one) would seem to belong to the drj land animals. The tact is dli?rent. They love the water, not parhapa aa well as the moose and deer, bui better than most dry land animals Tiiev are very loud ot liai) and ait expert tisherinen, and show more cunning and instinct, it" not reason. than many city chaps 1 bave seen about lake;?. 1 came auddenly upon a very large bear in a thick swamp, lying upon a large hoi low log across a biook fishing, and he was so much interested h; his ?port that h d d not notice me until 1 had an proached very near to him, so th t, ? could see exactly bow he baiterf his hook and played his lish. He ashed in this wise;?There was ? large hole through ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 April 1884

teiaiiirft fcalM VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1884 NO. 25. It rCBLIsniD WSEKLT BT ?MEANDO*. HERALD ?UBLiaMINQ ?"0 |tr*eubioiipton, Ons Djllab asp a halt per year, payaMe In advine?. AU ooatsauDioat ont of privat? nt'ure will lie htigedfor at advertising, j Job Printing. Allklnttt of JOBWOUK dose at thort notice and on the taott renouable terms. Professional Var?s. W. K. ALstXlNHKK, Winchester, Va, M B. Wiisiiik, Woodtlock, Ya. A LEX AN DER & W?NDEB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia. OFFICE in Burner Block, Of Prompt attention to all legal businesa. I Jan. asd-tf. X. F. DuiiiainiiL W.D. L. Bobim. T^ANDRIDUE <fe BORUM, ATTORNEY'S AT LAW. Will practica in Shenandoah .and adjoining counties. tar*Office in Court House Kimre. Jin, 9,-tf If. L. Waxto?, E. D. Newhas, WALTON ft WALTON, AT'luRNEYo AT LAW, ill prsetite in Shi mudoih and adjoiuing coun tie?, al?o in the Coaii ot Apitali ol i?. ana I". S. I ibtrut Couit of W ebiern tu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 April 1884

|ljm-tnb0alj |erali ? ?rtBLrMir.B weiiklt bt ?HfNANDOAH HERALD ?UBLItrMltlO CO ^WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA* ? m ? Wedneatlay April. 3 1M.-1. Detaioeratie Connty Conven? tion. ? tj. To the <> nee rats of Shot andoah County :? A county convention is called to mpei In the Court Hou-e in Woodstock. Va. f'D Mot day.April.7ih-1884. at 1 o'clock P* M.. to tehc' di legales to represent the countv n the S'a'f democratic ein? venlion ?l ich ha? been called to meet in the ci?v of Rid mood, on the 14th., day of May, next. A full at lend, nee 00 the part of the demomey of tl e county is earnestly requested. E. D. Newman, Cbmn. Co. Com. of the Democratic Party. Washington Letter. fFrotn onr Brtulir Correspoadent.] ?Washington. March ?9tK 1884 Education in the Senate, whiskv m tbe House of Representatives, and ihe aDXiooslv awaited result of tbe Demo, cratic tariff con'erence have marked tbe week at the Capitol. At the ap pointed hour on Tuesday evening when tbe caucus wa? called to...

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