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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 April 1884

^?enanboalj ?*ralb WOODSTOCK VA. HetjnesdHT April 3. IS* t ~TOWE AJD 00??1.TY AITAIBB. kntered at the PoatOrne, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] *t?ew schedule taking effect M>V 1Mb, 18b3, ?l Trains leave Woodstock aa follows -. EAST BOUND. ?JOS Paaaenger and Express. . ...1.05 ?. m. ?S7 ?? and Freight. 523a.m. 231 " >xpre?? and Mail.9.24 a, m. **uy ?? and way Freight.?R6a.m. ?1 Through Freight..1U.W p. m. WEST BOUND. 312 Passenger and I xpres?._1.C6 a. tr. t?S 't bn ugh Freight... . .. 8.20 a. m. 211? P?ssenger, N ail and Expresa. .. 1.51 p. m. 284 " and way Freight.._2.13 p.m. 2SS " ?udFrelght.?.OSp.m. Trains ?03 snd snd 212 Dairy all other trainscar rjtng lassenger? daily excel t nmetay. Initiier particulars a? to train? ?ee another column otthi? paper. ft. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH DIEECTORY. LUTHKRA... Ret. A. A..f. BashoDg. preaches in the LHthersn Church, at Woodstock on the n.ornlng? of the ]?t and 2d S?bbath? and at night ou the 4tt Sabbath of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 April 1884

The True Woman There is, indeed, no brighter pic tort in Hie or in imagination, than that of a pure, heroic, woman, bat? tling with her duties, no matter what they are, and toiling on to the boundary of this existence, to make the best of her position and her gifts. There is too, a vast a mount ot undeveloped resources in woman. Her brghtcst side is tamed to the sunshine, when perils and griefs confront her. and lome her to trust wholly in herselt. She is strong in her weakness. Endurance, indeed, is one of the blessed traits that dignify and ennoble woman, and this she possesses to an emi? nent degree. She may, and ?lten does, help the erring aud sinning t>f her race, but she lives on a plane above tl.em, superior to them in all that renders the lite and character ot a woman pure and bright. It is not mate.ial in what c'rc?e ol life a true woman walks. It is all the same. SI c i.^a shining light in all circles her virtues shine most brilliantly, and theie her ministries ...

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

?Ul .!. -?a*?"?????* .? tfiii?l %tmti WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESPAY. APRIL 9, 1884 NO. 26. YOL. 64. *5? blissc? tteei.it bt ? HCNANDOAH HERALD ?eiBH?Hi**0 CO ?erBub?cripilJU, UMS OiiLLaa? and? hals per v??r, peyab'e la advance. A'l oomsa iule ?ton? ofprlvtte na tire will V" haigedtor as advert nirg. Job Print.ur. All kind? of JonWOHK done ?t Short notice ?nd on the n.ost reasonable terms. .Professional Cards. W. R. ?itxiNiu:. M B. Wuxnut. Winchester, Va. \\ oodsieick. Ya. ALEXANI-KK & WUNDER, ATTORN LYS AT LAW, Woodstock, Sheuaneliiah County, \ irginia. OFFRE in liuiner Block, tjsr" Pronvt attention to all legal luisiness. Jan. Hd-tf. E. P. liAMikiii.E. W. 0. L. Boarv. T^ANDLUPOKA I.OUUM, A1T0KXSY8 AT LAW. Will practice in $hen?ndoah ?and adjoining counties. ter omo? in Conrt Houae square. Jsn, 9,-tf M. L. Walton, E. D. lavWatas?, .TOS, ATsvBXEYE AT LAW. ???TALTOS * WALT tltpisrliv, in S ? tiaridoah and adjoining coun tut., airo In lie lotut t>l Antals ol ?.?. ?' ...

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

I^tnantoal; 1 trait* BLIHHED WEEKLY BY ?MFNASinnAev HERALD 'HRLI?"'?lO CO WOODSTOCK. VIItf-lSIA. We*ln estela y April ? I?S4. The voie opon ihe r solution to re? store the lari?, ol raw wool, in tin House o? II. pre-rntutivcs last Monday, showa very decidedly lhat the friend of rev?cue relorm are not disposed tu abandon the doctrine. The resolution ' to restore ihe tar ff on wo 1 was di feat td by the deii-ive vote of 119 to 12C This indicates very clearly that the Morrison bill will be passed. The peo? ple demand a r?duction of tbe preaen' high atd oppressive tariff. The R pub? lican party is ui der the con rol of tin monopolists aid h compelled to favor a protective tarill and every other measure irbicb the monopolists de mand. The demoe-ratir* party has been for years the tr end of ihe great mas? of the peop.e and ihe opponent ol everv mtasuie calculated to deprive them cl tleir constitutional rights, ot to impose upon them, unjust and up pressive burdens. The democratic party ca...

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

>ljiuan??0ab %m?\) WOODSTOCK VA. He<Jnc-?lH> April O. IHM TOWB AJTO 00U7.TY AFFAIBB. Esterad at the PoatOffle, at Woodatock, Va. a second-class matter.] "**7?w schedule taking eflect NOV 18th, 18U3, ^1 Tra?na leave Woodstock as follows : EAST BOUND. Va Faaaenger and Expresa.1.0ft a. m. JS7 " and Freight. ft'lSa.m. 331 " Lxpiea? and Mail.?.24 a, m. 3W ?' and vt ay Freight.?Mam. Jtl Through Freight..10.19 p.m. WEST BOUND. 113 Paasesger ?cd I xprew., ?1.1 B ?. tr. S88 Ihre ugh Freight.... .8.20?. m. tlo Passenger, I ail and Expreea.1 M p.m. M4 '? and ?at Freight.2.1? p. m ?S " and Freight.6.18 p. m Trains tea and and 213 Daily all other train? car ryllig i ?Mergers daily exce]t ?Miud?y ruitber particular? a? to train? see another column of this paper. S. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CKTJBCH EIRECTOBY. ttrnuBA?. Bev. A. A. 4. Bushong, preaches In the Lutheran Church,at Woodstock on tie morning? of the let and 2d Sabbath? and at night ou the Sth Sabbath of each mont...

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

Colorado Watch-Tinkers. Greeley is also noted for its watchmakers. 1 sent my watcli, a very good Witch, to the first one I heard of, and he said it needed cleaned it. I paid him two dollar and took it bon e, when i? ran two hours and then suspended. Then I tock it to ? i a te h maker who said that the tii.?t man had used machine oil woi k ? and heat? ed the v; ta gnn. tl on the (? l liavi? to eradicate tin 1 oil from tl e watcn aiid I cost me three dol.ars. i Uy took 'h watch home. next d-y ] found that it i . lime enough to pay tor ; however, ii had tat _ .: it ?.?a toting ' the ('ay loi Jouit g lia - ?-ti i i aud.s atTiaa . ;?; e in the sleep thai knows 10 w t ok ii to tiie tlnrci .. the tow?. Every ;. ?vofk n un. bul c. lu tb noon I lie wei get? ting al' . a au sitting at his bei 9 cup in but eye, a? ;.. ?ing at ihe di? ge.?ti\- I he watch. i look? ? :iiue, rot wisi.ni tin ai.d nitei ieie w He d: n.jt move or sa; j. S ? ' I pie cao and to get ihe correct tin paid no atten? tion l...

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

VOL.64. ..: WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16. 1884 NO. 27. Ijmanboalj ?? trato IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY. ??? HERALD '(?lIWM'W COI MrVlitMOrlCtWU, ONC UltLLlllvlUaiLr (HT year payeVe In advrnu e. 4M oosamnoiett ?ru of private na'.ure will be haiged for as advertising. Job Printing. All kindi of JOBWOKK doce it short notice and on the moat reasonable lun> I'rotintw.'u>l ( ardt. W. R. AlkxiM'ik, M. B. W'usum:, V\ indit-stcr. Va. V\ oodsiock, Ya A LEXANPKU & WUNDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock, Shet.ar.doah County, Virginia. OFFICE m Burner Block, {Jf* Prompt attention to all lejjal business. Jan. 23d-tf. E. P. Daxdhigb. W. D. L. BOBtTM. TJ?HDRlDGE 4 BORl M, AVU'WNl YS AT LAW Will predice in Sheuaudoah And adjoining l.-uuUrH. ttr office in Court House square. Jan, 9,-tf M.L. Walto*. E. D. MSWNAS, I w ALTON A WALTON, ?TTuUNKY*At LAW, illy artist in 6 uandcahaadadjolnlmgooun Uee, ai?o ia Uie 1< ?it it ?ucala ..i m. ai 1 tsarlet Cotjrtoi V\is.e...

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

If PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ?HCNANOOAF HERALD FUILISHINO CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedneaelay April, 16, IS84. The old song. ''We are for Arthur because Arthur is for us" ha9 lost it? sweetness,and now the coalitionists are disposed to turn upon their old friend and ahout the praises of Blaine, tbe roan that they so bitterly denounced. It is not because Blaine has lavished any extra swietness upon them, but sioipi y because they begin to suspect that Arthur is not the coming man. Alter Arthur compromised his posi? tion as lVesideut by bartering tbe offi? ces o? Virginia to a man who could not carry the state, it is, indeed, bard that bis old friends who shouted h is praises so lustily abould now turn lovingly to bis rival. Poor Arthur, he has out? lived their loying, and it is so humilia? ting that after the party, in states where they bad a commanding influ? ence, had expressed a preference tor another, that even the Coalition fac? tion, in Virginia, that have all to re? ceive and nothing...

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

W ?O D8TOC K. VA. Hedntsdnv April 10. 1884 TOWN AND COUNTY AFrAIBB. Entered at the Post Offie, at Woodstock, Va. a ?econd-cla?? matter.] vn schedule taking > fleet M>\ 18th, 1883, ^i Tra?na leave Woodstock as follow? : EA8T BOUND. 203 Passenger and Express.1.05 a.m. 287 ?? and Freight. 5 23 a. m. 331 " 1 xprea? and Mail.9.2* a, m. 286 " and Way Freight. y M a. ni. 201 Through Freight..10.19 p.m. WEST BOUND. 212 Passenger and Ixpreee.1.15 a. rr. He* Through Freight. ... a.20 a. m. S1U Passenger, Vail and Lipree?.1.51 p.m. 284 " and * ay Freight.2.13 p.m. 2*6 " andFrelght.6.08 p.m. Trains 203 and and 212 Daily all other train?car rylug ias*epgers daily excejt runday. Vuither particular? a? to train? ate another column of this paper. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. eDTUuKOIi DIEECTOBY. LlTHtRi?. Bev. A. A. *. Busbong, preacbe? in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock on the n orbing? of the Ht and 2d Sabbath? and at night ou the ttti Sabbath of each month. ? METII0M9T. Re?. J.B....

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

arm anb Jr?res?ii* Heavy Manuring In the G m den. The gai den, though a ?mil patch upon the farm, geoeiillv to Here or leas, if properly cir d f-r will briny more profitable return tli m any cul? tivated fi 1 Is. All l'ie ?vgtuW ? .m ainall fruits th a are cm.su nd in a Urge f*mily, with ?surplus for mar?. ket, oan be rais'l with very 1'utl d ffictiUv. It will add ?auoh to rh< health and happiu? .->* <>f the housebol I to bav?9 wVr-ry appetite rtatiafi d ?Ufa a daily supply ol araaotiablt! finit an.i Vt<r>labl?8. To ilo ifat? lilt ??aid. mus? lave abundant niatnuv. Thougl other fi Ids lack, give the garden -Il it can appropriate, for the same rei-1 son that the Jersey 09W or the beM milker has all die food she c*n digest. Tbe profit is in the sut,lus feed abov. what will mu am kef nor.nal weigh ? The gard n is to supply tbe tineM. product? to the tabl ; let tbe soil havt all the fertilizer? ih ; plan's ca-i m*k* use o...

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

il Iiiill YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1884 NO. 28. Iljmani?oalj ^eralb ?SJ laMlMlsBEp Wl.EkLT BY lH?t?AHt?Cr?\> Ht*\LD ?UFILiam?i'J CO SaV~.-ubscricti.il. UN-. .'?..lau AsTt? a sutvf par yiar jayaB e in advan'e. A'i oommuaicat ons ofprlv.tt.) na ara will b? hsiged for as ?dvertising. - Job Prlutlug. AU kind? of JOB WORK dote ?t short notice and on the naoet reS?oxi?ble terms. _ ? /'i-ottsnio.'nl Cardt. W. R. Alkxvnih., Y\ incbetter, \ a M. 15. Wlxi.sk, Woodstock, Va. ALEXANDER & WUNDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodstock, ?SheianJoah County, Virginia. OFFICE in li.uner Block, (*y Prompt attention to all ',. E. P. Dasdmipoi;. W. o l. UjBija. D AKDRIDGE& BORUM, AT TO UNI YS AT LAW. Will practice in &]ieii?lidvait ??nd a.lj ?iuing counties. ?aV offict in Ct ui t Unive ..,n?re. Jan. '->.?tf H . L. WaXToa, w Woop*tock K. 0. N ALTON A WALT'N, A1U KXtYr M' LAW. ill piarUet iu fcb. i..: doab ?i . -o m tl e ?. i i it i a- ?...

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

fyimiiboalj g era Ib IS ?rjBLTSIIln WILkLY. 1.X ?MEN?Nnn?. HERALD ?Wa.fSMIIie CO WOODSTOCK. VIRC1NIA. Wednoa'lR? April. 2.1, 1?SI. ! I - -- !??' ?? The Repiil>Iie.?n J?eel?n*;. We pnbllab, n column, the proceedings of the Republican mee tins held iu this place last Sat urda v. T mta?og was addressed h\ Dr. Frank K;i g ard J. Cet I rtn. ol Hi Tbe re'o'n ugh to convlnci noy cue that '1 H< poblicai .11 ? r uu necttsui} foi Dr. K t g (o tell t i'itLte il at litre was col a thou d Ptact rralic bltx d in bis veins. There is nothing Democralx about those rescluiiins exce] ne favoring Civil Service Reform. The reaoruth n upon the State deb', a hieb waa It paeee-d, wi he-lit vc is toi liai? : ' ^ord ol the gemltnian ?bo tdhred it, but I must have I cm baid to swallow by some who had di parted lit in the fa'ul ol the party, siatcd Mahoce in his readjustment ??? Tte report lb I of tl e K, publican jartv \ kgillmat? Republican party b> tl?. Chairman ot tl.c S Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 April 1884

?ljenanfcoaij Igeralb WOODSTOCK VA. HetlnestlUT April US. 1884 JOTnTAMI) OO?HTY AITAIBB. Ent?r*4 at th? Po?t Otfie, at Wooditook. Va. a ] aecond-cla?? matter.] ->?aT*w schedule taking effect NOV 18th, 1883, ?N Trains leave Woodstock a? follows : EAST BOUND. an? P???eng?r and Express.1.08 a. m. ?AS7 ?? andFrelght. 623a.m. awl ?? > xpres? and Mail.11.44 a, m. Mt ?? and way Freight.lUi.m. 2?1 Through Freight..10,19 p. m WEST BOUND. 313 PiMenger and I xpreas.1.16 a. tr. IS? Through Freight.8.20 a. m. ill) Passenger, Mail ?nd Express. ...1.51 p.m. 2S4 '? and ?Aay Freight.2.18 p. m ?H? " andFrelght.el ,e>8 p. m. Tra?a?SOS and and 212 Dally all other trainicar rytug i****nger? d?ily except ?tinday. Further particular? as to train* ?te another column of this paper. R. La CAMPBELL, Agt. CHTJROH DIRECTORY. UlTattaUa.. Rev. A. A. S. Buihong, preachetln the Latheran Church, a? Woodstock on tie n orning* of the 1 st and Id Sabbath? and at night ou the ?tb asbbath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 April 1884

arm an?> JF?mibt Jersey C attle at the South The opening salea of Jersey cattle this spring shows that the d-msnei for stock, when off red by reliable breeder?, is not dini'nishinr?, but that prices are main! ai ir d ?it i>i ices q 1 to those of lai-t year. In Im- ^O'?b.ni l'lan ter for Api il we fini the follow* mg commuiiicatt.n fron, John Wash? ington, i'sq.. of Spring Hill, Va., as to his ?xpeiience with tbe Jerseys, which i-hows ihat a rapid increase ii that quarier was ani cipated. Mr. W; si ingfi n eey- : ?'Pl*oa>pte? ntain Ijf liy cuiicsity, I purchased in Sep'., 1881. three Jerseja, all pidigree stock. A bul!, 'l.b nco 2.80,' I h'ifoi and a heifer calf. I had the tyvo last registered in A. J. C. C- as 'Spot ol Spring Hill 14690' and 'Carolin of Sping Hill I47i'i).' Th<se Jerseys were tuintd in wi h my Sbortborn cattle, and so remaioed all tbe Dexl winter, fating as they dui.ooly a little worse, as they weie sinallt-r. In the sprit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 April 1884

YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL ?JO, 1884 NO. 29. ce I- l'VnUtBES WEEKLY BY ti4??s)??inr,A HER/MD *?uai.??MiMP CO i*r"Mib?i-riction, Oka Dsli.ad, am. a a ?.lit p?r yi ur layaVe in ?dvture. AU communient ona of prlvAte nature will b? haiged for as advertising. Job PrlattlatR? All kinds of .TOIiWeiKK done at ?hoit m tice \ and on the most reasonable terms. Professional Card?. \Y. It. AlRXATDER, ?a. U. WcNDBR, "A ixsthsBter, Va, V oodaiejck, Va. A I/EXANM.U & WUNDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woexlstock, Shetiiimloah County, Virginia. : ICH in Burner Block, {3T" 'Prompt atteation to nil li Jan. SBd-tf. E. P. Dam.ti W.D.L. Boav'M. V\ANDRIDGE<S BORl'M, rOUNEYS AT LAW. WiTl practice In Shecsndoah ,?nd adjoining eoantle?, ff uiikv in e >t. L. Walton, "_T|TALT\'N I il! i . I I July lltli.-t: JNu. L. KLLU.H, l.M.Y AT LAW, ?*? OOD8TOCK. Shenasdoah Co., Va. ?Will practice in the county ami circuit courts ol Sfcensudcsh.aid adj 11 U** B] ms. June '?1 &amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 April 1884

|?^ftwnb0ali ^trato U rCBtl?HU> VELKLT ST t?|'at?itnoa HERALD njSLlBMlBIl tO WOODSTOCK. VIRfilNIA. Wa4n***<iaj April. 30, i?M. Tbc Transformation. The mask has at last fallen from the faces of the Maboneiies and they ?tend bet?re the public couvicted by their own assertion? aud resolution?. Hun? dred? of our readcis well remember bow. but a fern years ago, tbev public? ly denied that they were Republicans how their leaders boldly asseited that their? was a Democratic ticket and that they iutecded to cast the electoial voie of Virginia tor the nominee? o> the Democra'ic party; they well remem? ber how Mahoue, after hi? secret con? tract with Cameron of l'eonsvlvania, and aber he bad agreed lo give his vote iu favor ot a Republican organ ?citioD ot the Senate, proclaimed bimsell a Democrat?even a better Democrat than the much lanieDted.See.alor Hill; tbey well remember how hundreds of his followers became cQended wheD tbev were charged with even svro p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 April 1884

^tnanboalj f?*ralb WOODHTOCK VA. WesJncfKlaY A]? II 30. 1881 TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS. Intered at the Post ottie, at Woodstock, Va. a ?ecoud-claas matter.J "?*J?w schedule taking effect NOV 1Mb, IS??, X?l Tra?na leave Wo'ouetock as follows : EAST BOUND. 008 Passenger sue? Kxpress.1.05 a.m. ?t>7 " and Freight. r?J?a. tu. 331 ?? F xpiee? ?nd Mail.?.'.'ei.n,. aw ?? and 'ay Ireigbt. ? 56 a. m. all Through traigbt.. lu.fJp.iu WKST BOUND. 311 Passenger ?nd xpres?.Ill a. n-. Sei ibrtugbFr.lgbt.a.-.'eia. m. ?H? Pattenger, ? ail and Lxprew.1 M p. m. 38? " anrt'-aj Freight.1.13 p. m 1W6 " andFnight_.6.0? p. m Train? WS ?nd and 3W 1 ally all other train?car? rying J ??ML ger* daily exult ri.naay lutttier particular* a? to trains ?te another coiumu uf thi? paper. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CtrlTJIvOII DIRECTORY. LUT H I.? A Rev. A. A. J. Bushong, preaches in the Lutheran Church, at Woodstock ou the Doming? of the 1st and 3d Sabbath? and at night ou the 4U> Sabbath of each mouth ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 April 1884

n' arm m'a i?rtsrle Injured by Over-FeeiliiiK F. D. Curtis, Kiiby Homestead, X. Y., saya : Arjirnl?? kept op should b? stinted rather tliao allowed all th?.y will eat. ??'aiing? and dieu'H 'in. src two difi rent things?a Tact I learned Ion? ago w ith reference lo myself, and which I apply with ?dvant?go lo my live Stock. Th''re have ?nst buen new illustrai!- i- o1 it on Ika firm. A crippled Jersey ooar, which is a' wajs ke |>t in ? boXwAafl and waited on, h i?l a | t, ami WOa itui'.i: g ,] w ?-. \M- weiiieierii'?? wliy ibis w .- to, a v' ?? tul inspection of lur ex it;: eut h ve ale d the-fie that aha was overfed. Tin? diarrhoea was the naiurl r-suit ?f tli? inability of the ttomsch to digest the meal. lieduciii!? th s fo d -m- b ill arrested the trouble. By mistakr*? tli or er the man wli.. lends tlie - ?fuie e\A-s tv?ic as ma.b eora ?uni nais as was eiirec ted. They ?tood ,t fjr a whist*, bu BOen some et I . it. L . ?.? tito ?.i.ur and woold not euf at ; l!. Feeding tra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 May 1884

* i ; y*?T?,i M ?H I ?,*,*VU* .wVA?? aa? ?? ' ( '?*??* ?"M ??* *?-?*??? ' ' t -..'.mi ty.. ??i * ?m t ???. ?>v? >' [ VOL. 64. WOODSTOC??rT A^TW?fiN~ j , MAV7, 1*84 i .?vT?.?; ???. ? Tav * ' *stl -"'"a ' ?????.* I ? sVaft -?..*???,*-> ?,,,?,,,? , ,\iv.v | ...,(. lassj ?... BW?:?T //i....,r? ?mi ; "? ?" /<A' .*.M.,V<1..'I .'.,j .-.-..-.. ,.., ,M l.ei.f MB '? ?? l'a, I?. ???.I TiWi I ?l-ai 111 .liMj. n | ? , i ' a\? a 1?)? NO. 80. r?-i<? ??? *?e,t V i '? B **>! - ' ....'I ?.l.j.x?.] ..I.'.. ? ?? 3B5E IS PCBLISKKD WEaaiT irr * . I NDOAH HERALD t-UBLlSHING CO Job Printing. AU kind? of .TOB WOKK doce st short notice ?nd on the most reasonable term?. ,?LfrA* ??- -?-5 Professional Canty. W. R. Auu ?mo K, Vi ?ncht?tir, Va. M. H. IViM'ii: VA Ooilsilack, \'it. Afltlr^KT? AT LAW, Woodstock, Sliei andoah County, Virginia, OFMtJai m ataroer Block, ?**y Prompt attention u> all leg 1 btuineaa. Jan. 2Sd-tf. E^r:....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 May 1884

18 PCBUeHEB WKEKLY BT ????.?MIANBOA?- HERALD PUBLI1MINO CO WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. W?Bdn?e?tl<ai May, 7, 1AS4. aa?aik?a?s?k?k?^^ Inri tt Reform. .The question of Tariff Reform which navr agitate? lie country is one which wjll Lot ('own at ihe bidding of politi? cians. While it is a political question. it, is aho a liuancial question which reaches the tome of tvery man and materially fiit-cts himself and bn fam? ily. It is a question which i? not generally understood by the people, not tecause it is so difficult to under aland a? the protectionist? would bave us believe, but because the people have, to loo greater an extent, believed that it was a mere political question, which politicians would settle to ?oit them ?elves* A change i? now taking place; politicians would willingly allow the queaticu to be thrown out of the can? vas? and make their fight upon otner istue?, tut the people demand light and will L?t be f-atiftied until this great question is acted upon by those wh...

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