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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 May 1884

?I^nanboah |jirall) WOODSTOCK VA. ^?KlnrwdHr n?y 7. i?S4 T0W? AJ?D COUNTY AITaUSS. Jtntered ?t tbe Post ortie, st Woodstock, Va. a secoud'Clasa matter.] ?sa-'ew schedule taking effect NOV tStaV, 188?, jot Trains leave Woodstock a? follow? : EAST BOU NU. JOB Passenger and Expr?s?.1.05 a.m. Jb7 " and Freight. .'.J.ia.in, 231 " 1 xpiea? ?Ld Mail .?.-li.m. 2*4 " ?nd ? ?y Freight. S SB a. in. ' 391 Throngh J-'renjht..lu.i'j p. ui. WEST BOUND. 212 Passenger snd I xprcss.,_1.(5 a. n-. SUS Through Freight.b.-.o a. m. xlU Pasaenger, Nail and Expreas. . ,1.M p.m. 284 '? and May Freight.2.13p.tu. 2B6 " aiadFriight.(..?p.m. Tr?lnsiC3 snd snd 212 Dsily all ?tbcrtruicsear rylng lantigei? daily ext.it Sunday. I particular? aa to trains sie another cuiuuiu of this paper. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CtlXJ-ROU riKECTOR'S LCTBKKA,.. Pe?. A. A.I. Busbong, preaches in the LBthen Church, at Woodstock on the n oruings of tl Isa sud 2d Bsbbsths and at night uu Use dl Babbeth of each month - aitruoinsT. R?v. J.B.V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 7 May 1884

\$*?&? We ooBBTtf?TIBa^os* ?ifalftha-fen? it Ukes to make them aa?*ett> wet? ia rer^atW^rK?tSif ai*, fe* ?? *Mm\i&wimhMi&?t"** '? mi?2j*^r'?^r>^ayt>- i>?tt?r. ?ft?*? UiUi^i W s?a at the iwa?.1 ?TtaMStattl I drM?rBM aB? 4?>gbt rails and ko ros ceatavratan. UaLj ?ire ma du ready. T w o russes ?an - at o#k ia uotaer advinlage V*aU fIJI.t.aj ., ? .. , , Lia ?jutuo!? ap tb- fence ?Iriv?aata^??, m?o wbuiu one. ejud of ?Da-Viraja?iUtineiAl iota vb-e posts just *h]mm*?m'??i?t or ?owwsi r?ii Is to be pot; ^Jbl?&frg A. ?! ??d oa/rr*?ae ?wir? ***& it and drive au ciim*>9twfit>*9**- Oto mix? ja-t above t<MaaAW????sM?Vra*?H>4 ?h? win* tight ; .taMtvl ?AtVUIArjta ?*a*l?ri . a tata, pana? s?ai?a?p? ?a?ua ?aaftPtT. with iiie r?3&\>mWXt? ?> Until a? n&frX?.'&mXb M t?M#A ; tbe ^m'kt?kW?i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 May 1884

VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884 NO. 31. I^wanboalj |tralb IS Il'BLlSHRD mm B? |MfN??no?. HERALD ?UBL1SHINO CO ?^"fcubscnction. Out. D*llah and a hal# ptr yea? paya? e in advance. 4M eommuntcat on? of private ua'ure will be k?i(?d tor m advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of JOB V.OKK done at short notice and on tat most reasonable terms. I'rofessional Oardt. JAMES C. BAKER, Jb7~ -.W1IH BAUTON <*: BOXD. Practice law in partneri-hip in the com Sbeuandoah and Page, i'.i- teraou] attention of each member of the firm will be given t? busi- \ Den entrusted to them. Ornee in Court House Yard, Woodstock, Va. Address JAS. 0. LIVRER, Jb. May 7th tu- -ly. HOBT. J. WALKKK. JNO. L. KKLLE8 W'ALKKR i KELLER, ATTORN KYS-AT-L AW, Woopstwk, YuramiA. lyOffice in Burner Building. P1" Special sttemiou to collection of claims. May 7 '84-tf. W. R. Al.V.XtNUEK, M. B. WlNDFK. WiaKkntWi \ a Woodstock, Va. A LEX AN PER k WUNDER, ** ATT0BNET8 AT LAW, Woodstock, ^!ie: andoali Ci unty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 May 1884

U PUBLISHES WEKKLT BY ANOOA' HERALD ?UBLISHINO 'O WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wedne?<iaj May. 11, l*S4. Xa the Readers aiul Patrons ?f the Sbenandoah Herald. Ott the first of April 1849, the un? dersigned entered the Sbtnandoah Herald <ftke as on? of its proprie? tors. From that date to the present we have been iu active coi.nccuon will it. The Editorials which appeared n its columns have, as a rule, ixpressed our political convictions. At times. Kditorial articles, written by partuers 10 the business, whose sentiments we could Dot fully endorse, have been published. We favored the doctrines of the Democratic party, beeause we believed tbem right. We opposed the Repub? lican party, in national afiairs, because we believed the principles which ibey advocated were in opposition to the interests of the great masses of the people of Ibis country, sod in opposition to the principles upon which this gov ment was founded. The success and perpetuity of the institutions which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 May 1884

'Jjtnanb?alj ?tralb WOODSTOCK VA, tleduesflav M?J 14. 1884 TOW* AHD OOTJUTY AITAIrl8. Entered at the Post Offle, at Woodatock, Va. a aecoud-class matter.] i_l_ _ _i_i ?a-d? schedule taking effect KOY 18th, 1883, jA Trains leave Woodstock a? follow? ; EA8T BOUND. 90S Pas?eng?r and Expresa. ...1.05 a.m. 3t>7 " and Freight. 523a.m. 331 " Express and Mail.?.24 a, m. 380 ?' and May Freight.??a.m. 391 Through freight..10.lt?p.m. WK8T BOUND. 313 Paeaengerand Fxprese.1.05 a. n\ 388 Through Freight.8.30 a.m. 310 Paeeenger, Bia.ll and Express.l.M p.m. 381 " and Way Freight.3.13 p.m. 3B8 " andFrtlght.6.08p.m. Trains SOS and and 213 Daily all other trains car? rying jasseigers daily exctj t Sunday. Further particular* as tu trains ate another column of this paper. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. c-KTjuan DinECToivsr. LVTHKBA?. itev. A. A. 4. Bushong, preaches in the Lntheran Church, a? Woodstock on the mornings of the 1st and 2d Sabbath? and at night ou the 4th Sabbath of each month. METHODIST....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 14 May 1884

^arm an?i ^ttt&??t ?fe,??' .'a V?*.. ~\*Sf Sowlog C?ratM Seed. It is a very particular work to sow grass seed. Yorrs ago when the soil was richer thin it now is, tlere was very little trouble; the seed was sown opon the rarfiM and germinated and took root, and thrived without any more care, li?t of late years all tbil has change <!, ?mil it is with ve?y dif? ficult to gel a catch of steel witliou' great pnii s lo ? repare the .-oil we" lor it. The pi n formerly parsorS ?t? to seul down viihu grain ciop and ?0* ti ( Steti opci tli-' young grain fYnj in the tpnig. This does not Mi??(i no? b e;.tM the soil 18 <<<? joer to gio? the grata and I be grab a?'Lee: no lino , unit ss it has been ruhly manured, and very few farmer? it'dttd. if ?ry, I uve the m mire ? un? i ill ii hid i ich eoovgb. t} O'ffeiai? method miisi no* prevail. ??ui>|tiii is under exceptional ciranm ?t?ic<s, aid i hat is lu -ow prass and clove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 May 1884

VOL.64, WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1884 NO. ?2 -_A_ i^nirnbOttl) ^cralb ? ?TULISIIKI) Wl i.KLT Bt ?HtMANDOAr HERALD ?UBLISHistG CO ??w-tiubaeriction, Out D?m.aj? ani> a au? ptr year peyah'e in ?dvanre. a.'l oommunicat on? of private nature will be haiged fur ?* advertising. Jot? Printing. All kinds of JOBWOllK done it ?hort notice ?nd on the most raaaonakea term?. ftmfe*$ioTwl Card/. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., -?11H. BA.mrroM & boyd. Practice law In phrtaerthtp in the counties of Bhen?ndo?h ?nd I age. i he i ersonal attention of each niembev of the firm will be given t? bual net? entrusted to them. OrricE a Court House Yard, Woodstock, Va. Addreaa JAS. C. BAKER, Jr. May 7th ??*- -Jy. Borrr. j. waumr. Jnd. l kelleb flTALKin & KELLER. Yf ?TTOBNKYS-AT-! AW, Woot>8Ti?e'K, Yikwsia. B"fj"OrV.ce in Burner Building. gar" S| fiitlttuxu '? ofeWata, May T 'tSt-tf. "W. R. Ai.exvNin;. M.B. Wrsiiu:. V\ inclu.-ur. V i. W ooelsitick. Vu A LEXAXPER &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 May 1884

Ijittanboalj ?tralb It PrJBLIBH?D WEXKLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. Wes.DtiM.a-* May, 21? l??4. OUR GREETING. The controlling interest in Thf Herald baa passed into the hands o one who has been the holder of one third interest since 18TC, and this, will all the ?took and interests of the ' Shen andoab Herald Publishing Company," are now vested in a new firm to be in? corporated as "Tbe Herald Company." This change in the corporate name is only made to avoid confusion In set? tling tbe business of the outgoing com? pany and conducting that of tbe in? coming. The Herald is in its G5tb year. In that time there have been man changes of its proprietorship, each or? ol which, doubtless, excited angry comment from passionate and prejudi ced people. Over our mantle bangf the "nullification ptoclamaliou" o' Andrew Jacksoc. It is on ?atin, and bear? Ibe imprint?"J. H. Darlinglor-, Woodstock, Va." He is numbered among those who fixed the Herald landmark. He has left behind hin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 May 1884

SVOODi?TUCK VA. WeMneaday May ?1. 1884 TOWI AID COUNTY AFTAIB8. Enured at the Poet One, at Woodttock, Va. a aecoud-clasa matter.] *ii' ' i ?Vew tcnedule taking effect NOV lath, 18S3, XX Tralnt Rave Woodttock a? follow? : EAST BOUND. SOS Paaaeagtr and Expreat.1.0S a. m. J*7 *' and freight. b.atSa. m. aai " Eipree* and Mail.>.t?i,m. ?M *' and way Freight.?64 a.m. J?l Through freight..lo.iy p. m. WEST ItOl'SD. VJ Paceenger ?nd Ixprea?.l.ts ?. ir. ?88 '1 hrough Ereight.H.m a. m. till PkStenger, I?ail and Expr?s?....UM p.m. 384 " and ??y Freight.2.18 p.m. k?g at ?ndFrtlght..t>.i<a p. m. Train?-OS ?nd tnd Ml l'ally ?H other trainscar rymg i asteigeis daily etc* \t runaay. turther particular? a* to train?se? anther column of thl? ?vaft?, E\ L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHUBCH DIRECTORY. LUTHtllA... Itev. A. A.?<. Bushing, preschet in the Latheran Church, at Woodstock un the morning? of the 1st and '.id sabbaths and at bight ou the 4a sabbath of each month. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 May 1884

ntm an?r ?ire?ibc ..-**> Poultry Kaltslng. The suggestion oan-Ot ba too fie qaeutly offered to fanners as to tbe ??xpediency ?ml profitableness of rais? ing more poultry?at bant twice as much as they are now doing. The btis'me s>, ii properly conduced, would bee? u o one 'I th? uaoai lucrativ branches on the farm, especially when within essy-reschiou distance of 'he Pbdade Irhia o? other i>ood market?. It ought t(? be known io ?11 Anaeriean tarmers the extent t > whi?m Um busi ?r?frl is pr-ivcul d in FrtOtV, wh re, ti m i cue ill i S iiiiaie. It is f?'Utni lh it th sum d siles of p'tili'y ?'? e^gs Ust year mi no't-d to brtwerti ligt.ty mi - ninety i..illt'iiis of dolkis, which <* ill 1 if q i ?Ily divided among tlr* entie |nijril ititio, give to ?.ci between iw iiii 'hr.t-.l Hais. Wb< it is Cv.n-i'l r .1 nut itii' is ? bianC' ol'ianui i^ iuius ry thai cm be man a_i ii tut r- v by * ? m* n ami i-lu!dr?n, ami r q?dl ? v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 May 1884

il Hrpl? YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884 NO. 33. ^tnanboal} ?frato IS PUBLISHED WKKKLV B? THE HERALD COMPANY ?Or-gubaorletton, Os? D?llab *si> a hal? per year pajib'e ln idvanre. A'l communicat on? of private nature will be bilged for a? advertising. Job Priiitlng. All kinds of JOBWOUK done at short notice and on the most reasonable terms. Professional Cards. JAMES C. BAKER. Jr., -Wl 1 H. i*A.iiTo>i ? bovi>. T>ractice law in partnership in tbe counties of Shenaudoah and Pafe. TB? terminal ?ttentiou of each member i f the linn ?ill be given t? buii ne?? eutru?ted to tbem. Or fice in Court House Yard, Woodstock. V?. Addrea? JAS. 0. 1SAKEB, Jb. May 7th'?--ly. - HOBT. J. WALKER. JSO. I.. KKLLER TTTA1.KKH & KELLER, YY ATTORNEYS AT-LAW, WoOBwTOCK, YtRGUOA. [fPfl'rt in Burner Building. gar s j ecu 1 at;. clr.'nis. Miy 7 S4-tf. TV7. R. At i.x win:. \\ iiichetter, \ ?. M. B. WcBPBax, oek.Va. ALEXANDER & WIM ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 May 1884

n rrsusBut weeklt by THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK, VIRGI NI A. Wetsiieailaj May, 28. iss-l. T bat l.antl (oiniiiitNloitci's Bill Wberelsit? Who can name a bour bon orator of last tall who did not promise and almost sweartbat the peo? ple should have the ''Land Commiss? ioner's Bill'' enacted into a law? How many bourbons, whom we shall here? after denominate aristocrats, declared to their neighbors that they would never vote the bourbon ticket again if they succeeded in the election and failed or refused to enact that bill into a law ? The only objection they alleged ?gainst the bill was that they wanted the commissioners elected by tb? peo? ple. In vain did we endeavor to ex? pose the hvpocricy and deceit of such a prctositioL because the commissioner would be in a measure a trustee, ad mi nUlratcr, executor and guardian in bis several e fiicial relations, and, there? fore, he should not bo elective. In vain ?ere some men told that the bcuibon atisttcrat would be the last aiau to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 May 1884

fjjtnanfcoalj ?traft WOODSTOCK VA. Wetfnesdav M?) as. ihm ~T?WH AID OOtJHTY AITAIBS. Entered at the VoatOffie, atWoodatock, Va. a aecond-clas? matter.} ?ovrtw achedule taking eflect NOV 18th, 1883, ^\ Train? leave Woodstock aa follows : EAST BOUND. JOS Paaaengtr and Expresa.1.06 a.m. ?*7 " and Freight.&.'J8a. m. 331 " Expr?s? and Mail.H.J4 a, m. ?fti? " and Way EreigUt.'-'.M a. m. owl Through Freight,.10.11? p. m. WEST BOUND. 119 Ptawenger tud I xprea?.1 (5 a. n\ ?p8 Through Freight.H.2U ?. in. Slu Passenger, Mall and Express. ..1.51 p.m. 3*4 '* and ?ay Freigbt.2.13 p.m. 2?. " audFrelght.6.1? p. m. Traiua ?08 and and 212 Pally all other trainscar rj ing i ?f??uger? dally exitpt Sunday. ITurtber particulars as to trainsste ?uothe-M-oluniu of this pa 1er. R. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CTaaTITjROXZ DIRECTORY. LVTUtltA... Rev. A. A.f. Bnshcng, prescbesiu the Lltheran Church, at Woodstock on the morning? of the I at and 2d Sabbatba and at night uu the 4th ttabbaih of each month. ? MET...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 May 1884

arm m?r ??mibr? Si raw berry Culture. Io preparing the gronnd for spring planning, there are a few important points to be borne io mind. It fcr garden cuitare, or on a moderate seile the rows shoull be so arranged as to admit of horso culture across the gar? den, which will cave much hand la? bor, and being repeated onoe a week through the early part of the season, will keep the weeds entirely under and promote luxuriant growth. They maybe either in narrow, apatted rows, or in hills or stools, uiih the runner!1 cut closely, thus producing a profus ion of large berries. Some hand labm will be requited to maintain the stools, but the horse cultivation will reduce it to a small amount. The best horse implement is a uarrow harrow with numerous fine slanting teeth, which wil not tear the roots, and if so nude as to contract, it will allow room fot the plants as they become larger and more spreading. For field culture, arrangement should be made in plant? ing so as to be cultivated both w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 June 1884

YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1884 NO. 34. l^Amanboaij f?*rato BJ l'CBUlH?D WEEKLY BT THE HERAIJ> COMPANY. taT-tubacriction, Onk I-.llab asd a u-.i.r p*r year ityabe in advaii'i-. 4M oommunlctt ont of privais nfure will be htiged (f ts advertising. Job FrIiitlnK. All kind? of JOBVORK done at ?lioit notice and on the most reasonable term?. Protetsio/tul Card*. JAMES C. BAKER, Jb., -WITH BAHTON ?St HOVl>. Practice law in partnership in the countii? of Shentndosh aid luge, lb,- ?crsonal attentiou of each member of the firm will be giveu t? bu?i net? entrusted to theiu. Orne I in Court HtWstt Tarda Woodstock, Ya. Addrea? JAS. 0. UAKEb, J?. May 7th *B4- -ly. BOBT. J. WAUIU JSO. L KLLI KB fl7Al.KKR i KELLER W ATI? KM.VS AT-I.AW, Woo: STOCK, Vuu.iMA. |*f-r Office in Burner Building. tr adrenal ttttitih-B t*' collection of claim?. May . 't>4-if. W. R. Autxaxpsw, M. B. Wnntt, V? javAtawaTi Va. \-> Ooxlstock, Va A LEX AN DER Si WUNDER,...

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

prnanioa!] lira: It PUBLISHED WEEKLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY ?*?? AS? -*?? ' WOODSTOCK. VI Ki; I Nl A. wVediiesxtHv June. 1, IMI We dreamed it among the po bilities to avoid all personal c troversy in these columns. If readers will return to the first ifl of the BSSALD under the i management, they w ill find uotli unkindly spoken of any man party, Two days later the Vi nian appeared with nurnei paragraphs strikingly offensiv someone to be guessed at. In C issue since, the Virginian has < tained personal paragraphs tha gentleman could fail to underst the meaning of. Not satisfied \ this, it undertook in a leading torial to forecast the busiues, the Hebald, and to explain \ the? had not bought it. On the morning when the < tract of sale was made, before papers were signed, the "VI nian" ofiice posted a handbill lamp-posts and trees about t< every sentence of which was falsehood. When the present ] prietors of the "Virginian" w writing for the Heuald they...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 June 1884

brnanboub %txn\b WOODSTOCK VA. Wed ne ?-?lay June 1. iss| TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIES. tutored at the Poet Ortie, at Woodstock, Va. t tecoud-cltss matter.] -sa- t ItlBllftll taking eflect BOV 1Mb, IS?, ?\ i r?iu? leave Woodttock us follows : BAM BOUND. 303 I'Miengtr and Kxpiifs.l.OC a. m. L>s7 " and Freight. ,V.*3?.in, Ml ?' 1 xi,n>? ami Mail.".'-'? a, m. ?aWS '? and ?i av IreigLt.si SA a. m. Ml Through im.ht.1U.1U p. ni. WKst l'.OVMi. 211 Ptasenger sud 1 ?pita?.1.18 ?. ir. ves Tbrinahrrtlfbl. ...S.-ib?. m. ?1U Fadeuger, > ail ?ud i xpress. ..l.M p.m. 2S4 " and "Aay Freight.2.18 p. m. 2S6 " KUdrr.leLt.?.OS p. m. Train? 203 sud and 212 Dally all ottiertraliiicar rjii ti 11""-1 Kel,< dtlly txct|t muday. fuitbtr particulars as to trains?*? ai.aLir column of this paper. K. L. CAMPBELL, Agi C^iTJKOI-I UIKECTORY. Be?. A. k.i. Butaoag, preicbetlntbt Luthertn Church, at WiMMtatOCK OB tie u oruinaj? ol the ]?t and 2d Sabbatbl und at uiglit ou the ttb b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 June 1884

Farm and Garden Sotes. Plan your work and save worry. Let tool borrowers be sorrowers Make manure fine before using it Yellow corn is t'ae surest for colt land. The best hired lielj> is the cheap est. Good fences make pood neigh bors. Fight stock vermin and plant in sects. Keep dirt, etc., out of the woo: sack 8. Chopped beets are good for mild owe. Sowing impure seeds brings evi weeds. Keep all farm tools, etc., in goot repair. Sow fresh groting plaster witl grass seed. Plaster is no good on damp mucky soils. - Bluegrass clover male the bes pasture for hogs. It takes only one season to grow horse-radish in perfection. Wood-ashes is an excellent fer tilizer for onions; none better. Use a currycomb on the cows t take out the loose hair. A good fanner may be known li? the way he cares for Ins manure. Salt fish are quickest and bes freshened by soaking in sour milk Excessive and late cutting wil help to ruu down au asparagu bed. By pinching back the buds o your oleauder too ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 June 1884

natals iei yOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., FRIDAY/JUNE 13.1884 NO. 35. bman?oab Scralb 16 rVBI 1SHEI- mil BY TUE HERALD COMPANY. WMiliscru-ti n, One Dei lab asi> ? mu per jear jayab'o in advsnto. *.'! comiutinieat om o* priv-its na'.ure will .be haigtd for as advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of JORY?OKK dore at ?h?rt notice Mid ( 11 the u Ml Prtfeuional Card?. LTI.IILETT. Jb., ATTOKNE? AT LAW, Commissioner in Uhancery, AND NOI 'ARY l DBUO, MT. Jackson, - - VnuiiNiA. May 31-ly. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., BAIITOM ?fc lSOYl>. Practico law in partnership in the counties of SUtaudoah aLd Page. The versonal attention i f lach member of ibo liria will be given t* buei netl tntt usted to them. OraBI in Court House Yard, Woodstock, Va. Address JAS. 0. BAKER, in. May ItU It- -ly. BOBT.?. WALKElt. JNO. L. KELLEl! W'ALKEB ft KELLER, ATTORN EYS-AT-I, AW, Woomi 'a, VmowtA. pfpOltice in Burner Building. if special attention t<> collection of claims; Muy 7 M-tt. W....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 June 1884

^bfitattboalj ?trato IS ?trBLTIHID WKXXL7. BY THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRtilNIA. FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 1?S4. OUR TICKEST. For President: JAMBS G. BLAISE. OF MAINE.. For V ice-President : JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Blaine and Logan A people's interest and a people's politics should be one and the same. We do uot believe Virginian inter? ests are identical with those of the "Solid South." With the East aud the West we have more in common. Underlying the lands of this State is wealth enough to make Virginia as independent a community as New York or Massachusettes. It is due our land owners that we should have development. It is due our laborers that the develop? ment should be bad which creates demand for labor. The East and West represent progress. The "Solid South" represents a lovely sentiment. By a wise decree of the God of Natious slavery has been abolished in all civilized countries. The party called republican was the instrument of emancipation. For that we hated it. It now s...

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