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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 June 1884

^nanboail^ fwralb WOOllfeTOtK VA 1H11?AV. JVM. 13th, ISM. "jTOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS^ tutere-d at the lost Oflie, at Woodstock, Va. a second-class matter.] New schedule taking effect NOV 18th, ISN?, Titas leave Wocdeteck as follows : EA8T BOUND. 213 Passenger and Expresa.'..OS a. m. M " and Freight. 6.23 a. m. 231 " Fipre*? and Mail.U.-.'ia.m. 38? " and May Freight.U.55 a. in. 291 Through Freight..10.19 p. m. WEST BOUND. 212 Passenger and 1 xpresa. .1.15 a. n\ 2r8 ibrtugh Freight. 8.20 a. m. 210 passenger, Vail and Expr?s?_1.61 p.m. 284 " ?nd w?y Freight.2.13 p.m. 286 " ?ndFreight.O.mp.m, Train? 203 and and 212 Daily all other train?car? rying j integer? daily exult tuudsy. further particulars a? to trains fee ?nether column of ?his I ?I er. R, L. CAMPBELL, Agt. CHURCH E1BECTORY.I Ltrtatuu?. Kev. A. A./. Busbong, preaches in the Lltheran I Church, at Woodstock on the morning? of the ]>t and 2d Sabbath? and at night ou th? 4th Sabbath of eacb month. * METHODIST. ?aw. J . R....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 June 1884

Tlctory Assured. ^nVflni y?sSSAina?aaaAm?rieaB-X,!^. i ? I!lalf%fffr the people. people over the politicians. A jfreat jf?tfim^Ksm /?rljaed itself apontane ou8ly in the hearts of Republicans, and "Btirs? lite a huge wave over _jrthe P?*t* dykesthat hostile factions &w?rA>fccial uls?ipMe had built up against it. Blaiue has been the object of the teen a* tack if enemies without and within the party. He hMhafl ior yeare to meet calumny and detraction, and to see his good* evil spoten of. Base motives have be*sWiseii.lK-(l by malice to his no U?fffaj^cti^nlb lija genius lias been underrated, his popularity under? estimated?and, yet, there is some? thing about the man that makes the people love him. Twice had f ?hf |ojndar vpice called hiui to the nomination, and twice had the ptn? tiniftita thwarted its will. Bat now the voters rose with a power not to be withstood, and made him their candidate. His nomination unites the party as none other eonhl. There now need b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 June 1884

M?ril %tmU VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1884 NO. ?6. Ibtttanboab I?cralb IB PtTJLrSHED WEEKLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY. ?Vtr'abacriction, One Dwli.au and a ualc per year rayab'e in tdvanre. A?l communicat oui of private uature will {be hajged far as adveitising. Job Printing. All kind? of JOU WORK done tt ?hort notice ?nd on the most reasonable-1 Profess tonal ?"? ? rdi. I TlilPLETT, Jb., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AND NOTARY lllSHC. Mt. Jackson, - - Virginia. May Ul-ly. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr~ -WITH?? BARTON ?5fc BOYD. Practica law in partnership iu the counties of Bhenandoah and Page. The i ersonal attention of each member of the firm will be given t? buai ceti entrusted to them. Orncl in Court Honte Tard, Woodstock, Va. Addrea? JAS. C. BAKER, Jr. May 7th "St?ly. BOBT. J. WALKEK. JKO. L. KFLLEIt WALKER & KELLER, ATTORNKYB-AT-LAW, W00I>8Tl"CK, VUKMsTCA. QT Office in Humer ??niKiinsr Br ?peciil attentie u te> collection of claim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 June 1884

I^nanboal? A?ralo ?18 PUBLISHED WKKKLY BY TUE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, JUNE 3?, 1984. ?? a? ' " . ' ? OUR TICKET. For President: JAMES (i. BLA1NE. OF MAIXK. For Vice-Pr?sident ; JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. staun Fearleaaly by Friends We are for Blaine because Blaiue is for ns. When the readjustee were fighting the great battle of 1881 for Cameron and a legislature, they bad the unqualified and posi? tive support of the administration. Success crowned our efforts and Virginia reaped benefits therefrom beyond her most sanguine expec? tations. A perishing school sys? tem was quickly restored. Interest obligations were promptly met. Asylums were eularged, and jails emptied of lunatics. Bank debts were liquidated, assessments were fixed upon a cash instead of a fictitious basis. Onerous taxation was reduced from 50 to 40 cents. A depleted treasury was made plethoric. Government expenses were cut down nearly $300,000 the first year. Restrictions upon suff? rage were re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 June 1884

tlienanboal) %xi?t a WOODSTOCK, "VAt FRIDAY, JUX!. 20th. 1S>1. GBNEBAL LOCAL NEWS. [Entered at thu Pott Ollice, al Woodstock, Va., as second-class matter. Time Tuile B. & O. & R?New acbed ulo taking effect Juuo 15th, 1884. Trains leave Woodstock as follows : East Boom?. 203 Passenger and Expreaa.19JS6 a. in. 287 " " Freiglit. 5.07 ' HI " Express and Mail.. '.?.'-'I W " awdW?y Freight.. 9.69 ' aW Through Freight. f.80p. m. Wm Boomv ? 212 Passenger and Expreaa.12.29 a. tit. 288 Through Freight. ">.:W ' '?10 Pitaseuger, Mail and Expreaa 1.44 p. m. 284 " and Way Freight . 8.19 ' 28C " and Freight.?:.-20 ' Trains 203 and 21i> daily. All other trains carrying paaaaogen daily except Sunday. For any other particulars apnlv or write tome. ' R. L. CAMPBELL, Agent 15. vV 0. CHUBCH DIRECTORY. Lvtiierax.?-BOT. A. A. .1. Unsinnig preaches in theMuhlenburg Hall,at Wood? stock on the iuorniugs of the 1st and 2d Sabbaths and at night on the 4t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 June 1884

.lames i? Blaine. KEVIKW O?" RU IfKIl I 1 VN 1 CAStt*. James G. lilaine was boni Janu? ary 31, 18a?, at the Indian Hill farm, Washington County, Penn., on the west side of the Mononga hela Hiver, opposite tlic town o? Brownsville. The house is some? what of a historical spot, being the first stone building erected on the western side of the river. It was built by -Mr. Rlainc's grandfather, the elder Neal Oillespie, in 1778, on what was at that time considered tbo western borders of civilization. Mr. Elaine's boyhood day were passed at Laucaster, Ohio, where he lived in the family of a relative, the Hon. Thomas Ewing, then Secretary of the Treasury, and at? tended a neighboring school. lie was the third son of Ephraim L. Blaine, a justice of the peace, who became somewhat noted by deed? ing to tho Economists tlie tract ot land now occupied by tlie city of Pittsburg, for which lie received $26,ofjO. Being elected Prothono tary of the Couuty Court in 1842, the elder Blaine sent .lames ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 June 1884

VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1884 NO. 87. J.I? m ? i v b? THE HERALB COMPANY. ?WfUbeCtiCtlOU. Om: l'.lLAU AM> A 1ULF ptr ye?r psyable In advance. AU oommunlcat o?? of private nature will.be haiged for as advertising Job Printing. All kind? of JOB WORK done at ?hort notice and on the most reas onal-le terms. Professional Cards. LTRIPLETT, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AND NOTARY lTBLIC. Mt. Jackson, - - Virginia. May 21_ly. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr.. 1IAMTON ?ft 1IOVD. Pr?ctice law in partnership In the counties of Shecsndoah and I's ttention of each member of the Arm will be <H,l t busi? ness entrusted to them. Orne? in Court Houfc Yard, Woodstock,Ta. Address IAS. 0. BAKER, Jn. May 7th >4--ly. H. n. RIDDLEBEROER. ATTOREY AT LAW. Woodstock, Virginia. Will practice in the coarta of Sheaaa. doah, tin- Circuit Court ol the 12th Circuit and in the United States Districl and Circuit Courts at Harrisonbnrg. Se6~OiiKr. with Walk? ft K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 June 1884

IjmaHtioalj! ?ural?i IS FUBUBIIKD WEEKLT BV THE HERALD COMPANY. FRIDAY, JIM: 37, 1*84. our tigketT For President: JAMES G. BLAISE. OF MAINE. For Vice-Pr?sident ; JOHN A. LOGAN, ?)F ILLINOIS. Is it Settle?! ? The bonrbon aristocratic speak? ers aud journals persist iu saying and writing to the people that the debt of Virginia is settled accord? ing to the terms of the "Riddleber ger bill." We heartily wish this were true. Bat it is not. Everything that legal ingenuity could devise to de? feat that settlement and deceive the people was enacted into law last winter. Thero could be no settlement until the taxreceivable feature of the coupon was destroyed. To do this, coupon Killers, Nos. oue and two, as they are generally called, were prepared aud passed. These were required to pass the ordeal of the courts, and so certain was funderism of their overthrow that their Attorneys asked the Supreme Court of the United States to advance and hear the cases car? ried up. To their amazement only...

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

WOODSTOCK, "V.A.. FRIDAY, JUNE 27111, 1884. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. [Entered at tho Tost Office, at Woodstock, Va., as second-class matter. Time Taiu.e B. * O. R. R.?New sched? ule taking effect June 15th, 1884. Trains leave Woodstock as follows : F.AsT r>(HNl>. 203 Passenger and 1*111101.12.59 a. m. 287 " " Freight. " 231 " Express and Mail.. H.'.'l " 285 " and Wav Freight.. 9.5'J " 291 Through Freight.9.20 p.m. Wi.st HuVNI). 212 Passenger and Express.12.29 a. m. 288 Through Freight. 5.38 " 210 Passenger, Mailand Express 1.44 p. m. 284 " and Wav Freight-. 2.12 " 286 " and Freight.0.20 " Trains 203 and 212 daily. All other trains carrying passengers daily except Sunday. For any other particulars apply or write to me. ' R. L. CAMPBELL, Agent B. at O. CKT-TROH DIRECTOBY. Litheran.?Rev. A. A. J. Bushong preaches in the Mulileuburg Hall,at Wood? stock on the mornings of the 1st and 2d .Sabbaths and at night on the 4th Sabbath of each month. Methodist.?Rev. J. R. Van Ho...

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

?il mi ko und Exchange Oh, Blaine, Of Maine, Is a man of brain; And that's the trouble with him. Tint kind Of mind Wat not designed To suit the Radical -whim ! ?(Original)?Fulaski People. Oh, Blaine, Of Maine, la a man of brain; lie's that sort of a banana, That kind Of mind Leaves Bonrbonism behind, And that's what's tho matter with Hannah ! ? Hlaeknl>u rg Xru*. ?l?eneral M alione** Speech. Mr. President : I am proud, fel? low-citizens, to interchange com? pliments ami greeting with you ami the Republican party of the Nation upon the action of our convention at Chicago. I make no venture%when 1 assure you that every Republican heart of the old Mother of Common wealths, the home of Jeflersou, beats warm? ly in unison with the sentiment which so heartily inspired that vast assembly. Decided as was the preference, great and tender as was and is the devotion of that people for the dis? tinguished American whoso ad? ministration of the highest confer able trust has been broad...

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

<?m !lif ?pl VOL.64. WOODSTOCK, VA., FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1884 NO. 38. ?bfnanfcoab IStralb ts II/BI.TSHEP WEEKLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY. sar-fubscnctiou, Oni Dovlab ahd a ha?.? ptr year layab'e in advance. AM communient ous of private nature wlll.be haiged for a? advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of JOB WOllK doce at ?hott notice and en the most reasonable term?. Profession// Card*. LTRII LETT. Jr.., ATTOliXEY AT LAW, Commissioner in fhancery, AND atOTABT PUBLIC. Mt. Jackson, - - Virginia. M?y 2l-ly. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., -WITH rtAIVTOlV ?Jfc BOYD. Practice law in partnership in the counties of Sbenandoah and Page. The- personal attention of each member of the firm will be given t? busi? ness entrusted to them. Orner in Court House Tard, Woodstock, Va. Address JA?. C. BAKES, Ja. May Tth 'St- -ly. H. H. RIDDLEBERGER, ATTOREY AT LAW, Woodstock, Virginia. Will practice in tho courts of Shenan doab, the Circuit Conrt of the V2th Circuit and in the United States District and Circu...

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

tienanboal? Stralb ts published wesklt bt THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. JCLY 4, IS84. ourtigeetT For President: JAMES G. BLAINE. OF MAINE. For Vice-President ; JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: LEWIS X. UABVIE, of Amelia: Wat. U. TUKNKB, of Norfolk City; 8. BROWS ALLEN, of Augusta; BOBEBT J. WALKBB. of Shenandoeh; CABTKB M. LOUTHAN, of Clarke; T. H. BAYLY BROWNE, of Accomec; C B. CACSEY, of Nansemond; ROBT T. HVBARD, of Blobmoud City; J. H. VAN AUKEN, of Petersburg F. B. BROWN, of Henry county; K. W. H?B ARD, of Buckingham; M. W. HOLDWAY. of ?cot?. &barp Paragraphs. "Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." Minnesofa farmers, in the co-op? erative effort to render themselves so far as practicable independent of railroad monopoly, have already raised money enough to build elev? en elevators. Mr. Bayrd says he stands by his Dover speech. It is a noticeable fact that Mr. Bayard's Dover speech stands by him. it may be that Mr. Ti...

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

liienanboal) l^ttn?h WOODSTOCK, "VA. FRIDAY, JUL.Y 4tli. 1 s ?..-.. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. [Entered at the Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., as second-class matter. Time Taui.e B. A O. R. R.?New m hul? ule taking effect Juno 15th, 1884. Trains leave Woodstock as follows : East Bovnd. 203 Passenger aud Express.12JS8 a. m. 287 " " Freight. 5.07 " 231 " Express and Mail.. 924 " 285 " and Wav Freight.. 9.58 " 291 Throngh Freight. '.'.20 p. m. West Kovni?. 212 Passenger and Express.12.29 a. m. 288 Throngh Freight. 5.38 " 210 Passenger, Mail and Express 1.41 p. in. 284 " and Way Freight . 2 12 " 286 " and Freight.6.2Q " Trains 203 and 212 dally. All other trains carry iug passengers daily except Sunday. For an v other particulars applv or write to me. ' R. L. CAMPKELL, Agent K. & 0. CHUKCH EIBECTORY. Lutheran.?Rev. A. A. J. Bnshoi a preaches in theMnhleuburg Hall.nt Wood? stock on the mornings of the 1st ami 2,1 Sabbaths and at night on the 4th .Sabbath of each month. Methodist.?Re...

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

tien. Logan s ?rauininr. The way some Democratic news? papers have of pokbg fun at Sena? tor Logan for bis illeged misuse ol the English language is not at all commendable nor fair. There is no argument in it as applied to his candidacy?there is but a small modicum of truth in the charge ae a matter of fact Gen. Logan's grammar is fully up to the average standard, although in the impet? uosity of speech he may sometimes over leap the rules of the schools, as other and more highly cultured meu not seldom do. The Republican candidate for the Vice Presidency wero none the bet? ter were ho flnically exact in this respect, and is uoue the worse for now aud theu indulging in un grammatical ecceutricities; and we protest agaiust the bypercriticism that would maguify the latter into serious faults. Gen. Logau is an entertaining conversationalist, aud the impressivouess of bis oratory, in spite of its occasional extrava? gances of phrase, is universally recognized. It may be said of him, mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 July 1884

im ein ah YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, YA., FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1884. NO. 39. il?Mantoal} ?Stcato IS PUBLISHED WEEKLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY. ?v^ubscnctioti, One D.llab and a half par year rayab'e in advance. All communicat ons of private nature will,be haiged for as advertising. Job Printing. AU kinds of JOB WOKK done at short notice ?nd on the most reasonable terms. /yrofes$io7uil Cards. LTRIPLETT, Jb., ? ATTORNEY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, and notary public. Mt. Jackson, - - Virginia. May 21-ly. JAMES C. LAKER, Jr., -WITH.. ?.A.IITOIV ? HOYD. Practice law in partnership in tbe countie? of Phenandoah and Page. Tbe personal attention of each member of tbe firm will be giveu te bud nets entrusted to tbem. Orne* in Court House Yard, Woodstock, Va. Address JA?. 0. BAKER, Jr. May 7th ?(**- -ly. H. H. RTODLEBERGER, ATTOREY AT LAW, Woodstock, ? - Virginia. Will practice in the courts of Shenan doah, the Circuit Court of the I8U1 Circuit ami in the United States District ami Circuit Courts at l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 July 1884

I* rCBLUBED WEEBL? BY THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. lltlDO JULY 11, 1884. OUR TICKET v For President: JAMES G. BLAISE. OF MAINE. For Vice-President; JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : LEWIS E. I1ABV1E, of Amelia; WM. H. TURNER, of Norfolk City; 8. BROWN ALLEN, of August?; ROBERT J. WALSER, of Shcnaudoah; CARTER M. LOCTHAN. of Clarke; T. H. BAYLY BKOWX?, of Accomsc; 0. U. CAUSEY, of Nansemond; F.OBT T. HUBARD, of Biohmond City; J. H. VAN AUREN, of Peter?bnrp; T. R. BROWN, of Henry county; E. W. H?BAKD, of BuckiDgti?m: H. W.HOLDWAY, of Scott. The graves upon which we place our floral offerings do not remind us of a cause lost. Wo have out? grown that, and there is but one patriotic and unprejudiced judg? ment, to wit: that the cause was God's cause and it was solved in His way and in His time. He meant from the beginniug that there shonld be no human slavery. He chose honest and brave men to work out the problem. He stilled niauy, unnerved many, silenced th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 July 1884

^enanboiib ?iaralb WOODSTOCK, "VA. FIlIUAY. Jill.Y lit!,. 1884. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. [Eutervil at the Tost Office, at Woodstock, Va., as second-class matter. TlatS Tabu B. av O. R. R.?New sched? ule taking effect June l?th, 1SS4. Trains leave Woodstock as follows : East Roust?. 203 Passenger and Express.18J56 a. iu. 287 " " Freight. 5.W " 231 " Express and Mail.. IVJ1 " " and Wav Freight.. 9JJ8 " 8*1 Through Freight.?. 9.80 p. m. Wi ST llulM). 212 Passenger and Express.12.89 a. in. ? h rough Freight. &38 810 Passenger,Mailand Express 1.11 p. in. .'-4 " and Wav Freight . 8.19 " 966 " and Freight.8.90 " Trains 203 and 818 daily. All other trains carrying pMSSDgtys daily except Snnday. For any other particulars apply or write to me. * R. L. CAMl'HELl., Ageut li. A 0. OTiXJitOH DIKECTORY. Lvthkrax.?Rev. A. A. J. Boshoog preaches in theMuhleuburg Hall,at WootV stock on the morning of the 9d Sab? baths and at night on the tth Sabbath of each month. Methoihst.?Rev. J. R. Van Hom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 July 1884

Bo Your Duty : (The South West) If the ^Republicans of Virginia do their duty, we havo nothing to fear in the coining contest. But we want no laggajds?every man must put his shoulder to the wheel. In this contest we want not only a vic? tory, but a perfect rout of foot,horso and dragoon. In the make up of all parties there are men who float with the tide of public opinion. They sit on the feuce, and always fall on the side of the victors, and then boast of their valorous deeds and worthy achievements in the fight. They claim more honor and moro remun? eration at the hands of the party than those who fought and won the battle. Thoy claimo more hon? or and more remuneration at the hands of the party than those who fought aud won tho battle. They are always telling somebody some? thing in confidence, and in nine cases out of ten what they tell is untrue. The are openly everybody's friend and alandestiuely everybody s enemy. They are generally tho mouth-piece of some leading char? acter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 July 1884

YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, YA., FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1884 NO. 40. IS l'CBLISUED WEEKLY BY THE HER ALP COMPANY. tar"gub8cuctlou. One Dollab an? a half ptr year layab'e in advance. AU commuuicat ont of private nature w ill |be haiged for as advertising. Job Print!??. AUkiudis of JOB WORK doce at ?hurt notice ?nd on the most rsaaM able tarn Profesional Card?. TKIPLKTT. Jb., L' ATTOBBBY AT LAW, Commissionor in chancery, AND NOI'AliY PUBUO. Mt. Jackson, - - Virginia. May 21?ly. TAMES C. BAKER, Jr., fj ___\V1I1I BARTON A: HOYI). Pratt n.en-hip in Um oonnUee of Shetland?, ah .. ' lcrsoual attention of each member of the tirui will be given U bmi MM t Lt: I Iti d to them. Omci it- O rt Honte Tard, Woodstock, Tfe. Ad 1 JAS. 0. 1UKER, Jr. May "th t?- -ly. 11. h. riddleberger, attorey at law. Woodstock. ? - Virginia. Will practice in thecourta of sbcuan doah. tin-Circuit Conrt of the 12thCircuit and in the United States District and Circuit Courts ?it Harrisonbarg. jt?f" O? i u K with Walker ft Keller In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 July 1884

ibtnanboal} ?eruto ?IS FUBLISBCD WXCKLT S* THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIIWINIA.. 1-?, FRIDAY, JULY 18, IfMM OUR TICKET. For President: JAMES G. PLAINE. '>F MAIXK. For Vice-President : JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : LEWIS E. 11ARV1E, cf Amelia; WM. II. TURNEE, of Norfolk City; 8. BROWN ALLEN, of Augusta; ROBERT J. WALKER, of Shcnaudoah; CART?R M. LOVTHAS, of Clarke; T. H. BAYLY BROWNE, of Ace.mar. C. B. CATJ8EY, of Nansemond; ROBT T. HUBARD, of Riohmond City; J. H. VAN ACRES, of Petersburg; F. R. BROWN, of Henry county; E. W. HCBARD, of Buckingham: H. W.HOLDWAY, of Scott. Paragraphs and Parables. Poor man, look out for your blanket ! Farmer, look out for your trace chain ! The farmer and the mechauic never bad so many friends as now. See how the tears roll down the cheeks of tie great humanitarians called free traders I Note bow they sweat blood for the poor laborer, mechanic and farmer : Observe them as they stand upou tbe hustiugs of the court-bo...

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