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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 July 1884

?I^nanboul? i?mdl> WOODSTOCK, ~V-A~t FRIDAY, J?LY 18tb, 1HS4. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. utered ?it the Post "Hice, at Woodstock, Va., as second-class matter. Timk Tabu 1>. A 0. R. R-?New scbed i 1? taking effect June 15th, 1884. Trains l eave Wooilstock as follow*-. East BotTJUV i 03 Passenger and Express.12.59 a. m. ? 7 " " Freight. 5.? " ! 81 " Expresa ?ad Mail.. 9.94 ' ; 85 " audWav Freight.. 9.59 u ? 11 Through Freight. 9.20 p, m. Wl ST Bol'ND. ! 12 Passenger and Expresa.18.90 a. m. 9 98 Through Freight. 5J8 " 9 10 Passenger, Mailand Express 111 p. in. 9 84 ?? and Wav Freight . 9.19 " ? 8? " and Freight.0.20 " Trains 203 and 819 daily. All other trains carrying passengers daily except Sunday. For any other particulars apply <>r write to me. R. L. CAMPHELL, Agent B. & 0. CHURCH DIKECTORY. Lvtiikkan.?Rev. A. A. J. Busbong preaches in the Episcopal Church, on the i onlog and evening of the 9d Sabbath and at night on the 4th Sabbath ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 July 1884

arm at? ??res?fct 3? Farm Notes. 1 taken the horse ami cow stables to keen the flies out. Improve animals of mixed blood by using pure bred males. Remove all suckers from budded or grafted stock. Turnips fed immediately after milking will not taint the milk. Plant cucumbers several weeks apait, for succession until July. Bathe the horses' shoulders once a day with cold water; keep their collars and feet clean. Cows eat sogar cam so ?readily that every farmer should plant at least a small patch for soiling pur? poses. Cabbage and broccoli may still he set out tor lall crops, also requiring an abundance of manure to insure much success. This is a good time to start in on weeding the lawn of plaintaiu, dan? delions and other perennials. Giass lawns require mowing of ten, but not cut down tothe ?round It is best to rake off the mowings. The omission to furnish fowls with suitable drinking-water is one of the worst features of cruelty to Animals. The newest and most effective w.iy of sup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 July 1884

rch. ers to te ?*v 'ower Ktoi VOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA., FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1884. NO. 41, sjmanboali ?Berido ; is n ' ? BX THBHEBAL? COMPANY asr*. u'js i L? \<tT jrar ?ajaV) e in ad A'l comiu;in'.e:it ana ol p baiged for S3 advent .Job l?rin!iv All kinds of JOB ? ud i u the n ost reaaonaU. t LTKll'LKTT. Ju., ? ATI \V, Commissioner in Chancery, and Moral. Vt. Jackson. - - Vjkuinia. May it?ly. JAMES C. BAR Ell. Jr., --Will! liAirrt? & no"* i>. Practice law in partaerehl] SheLsndnah ai d Peg . rf u,b BMasbS* ' i ? nets efitrueted t Orncx in Court House Tard, Addfoes J\> C. B . May 7th ft- -ly. H. II. RTDDLEBERGER, VTTOREY AT LAW, Woodstock, VlRG Will practice ii doali, tbe Circu?. I and in the United States Disfi Circuit Coarta at Li ssssB>omca ?ith Walker Burner Bat)?;. Bout. j. walker. W'ALKKR i KELLER. tyoflicc in Bun fr Special atti May 7 'fi-tf. E.P. Dakdbidoe. D ANDRIDGE4 BORl'M, rORNEYS Wi'.l ; : conn tie*. ?*r*Ofnes in Curt U ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 July 1884

is ruBUansD witiii m THE HERALD COMPANY. ?VHOUSTOCK. Viil'.-INIA FRIDAY, JULY 35, i?S4 OUR TICKET. For President: JAMES (i. BLAISE. OF MAINE. For Vice - President : JOHN A. LOCAN, Of ILLINOIS. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : LEWIS E. IIARYIE, of Amelia; WM. II. TCRNKB, of Norfolk lily; g. BROWN ALLEN, of Augusta; ROBERT J. WALKEB, of Sbcnaudoab; OARTFR M. LOl'THAN, of Clarke; T. H. BAYLY BROWNE, of Acecinar: 0. H. CACSEY, i.f Nausemoud: ROBT T. HEBARD, of Richmond Ci!; ; J. H. VAN ACREN, of Petersburg F. 11. BROWN, of Henry county: E. W. HEBAKD, of Bucaingbani: H. W. nOLBWAY. of Scott With this issue of the Herald we give our patrons a supplement of ten columns containing the letter of acceptance of James G. Blaine as candidate for president of the United States. Tho document ig so superb, in every respect, that we have thought best to put it in this form that men ought read it and hand it to their neighbors, and it might circulate the more generally. This issue of the Herald also concludes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 July 1884

?bena.iboai) ?milb WOOD8TOCK, "VA, ir Kl I? V V.,11 IV SStb, 1884. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. ntered at tbe Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., as second-class matter. Time Table B. &. O. R. R.?New seb?a? le taking ert'ect .lune l?th, 1884. Trains eave Woodstock as follows: East Borsn. 03 Passenger and Express.12.59 a. m 87 " " Freight. 5.07 " :il " Express and Mail.. 9.24 ?? 85 " aiidWav Freight.. 9.59 " 91 Through Freight. 9.20 p. m. \YVsr Bol'SD. 12 Passenger and Express.12.29 a. m. 2 88 Through Freight. 5.38 " lo Passenger, Mail and Express 1.44 p. m. - i " and Way Freight . 2.12 " 86 " and Freight.6.20 " Trains 203 and 212 daily. All other trains carrying passengers daily except Sunday. For any other particulars applv or write to me. ' R. L. CAMPBELL, Agent B. & 0. CTKCTJTROI? DIHECTORY. Lv hieran.? Rev. A. A. J. Bushong preaches in tbe Episcopal Church, on the m orning and evening of the 2d Sabbath and at night on the 4th Sabbath of each month. Mki:ioi?i?-t.?Rev. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 July 1884

arm unir fhresfoe Mr. Editor: In reading your valuable paper my attention is attracted to the agricultural department. I am a farmer, living in Ohio and have been traveling through the South for the past few months, I am very much interested in farming, and like to read the articles as many others do for the farm and borne department, I want to give yon some of my experience in farming. In the spring of 1SS0 I was visiting an Uncle of mine living near De tiance, Ohio, who was making some superphosphate for the coming season. Now I ban been paying from $40 to $:">() a ton every season for fertilizers lor my land while his only cost him ?10, I determined to make some just for trial and sent to II. Braurley, Zanesville, Ohio, and got the receipts which gives the exact proportions cf the ma? terials used and how to put them together without any machinery aud with very little labor, I made some for my fall crops and in the wiuter I made enough to nearly cover my farm. Now this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 August 1884

YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA., 1?MDAY, AUGUST 1, 1884. NO. -W. Ikma?unk auralb IS FVBLiaHED WF.KI? li? THEHEBALD COMPANY. IW: -, i, a iulv ptr year layab'c in advance. All oflmaMnleet ?ol private (nature wiU|be h aiged foras advert Job Printing. All kinds c-f JOI'. v. .-. Dac-ri notice and on I /'/?? LTMl'LET?. Jb., kW, Commissionor in Uhancory, N'T.' - - VlKCHNIA. May 21?ly. JAMES C. BAKER IIAUTOIN .V HOYI). Pract Sheaasdoah ? of each - Orra Va. . ires? May 7th 'si- - -ly. H. 11. RIDDLEBERGER, ATTOREY AT LAW. WOOD> Virginia. WUlpracI doata, the Circuit ; and ;" ou?l Circuit '. ? ? Burin i D H?HT. J. WA' W \v E.P. D.v W. 0. ' D ANDR?] UM, . \ w. VA. VA. - A. . - lay, ' Or. L. II. .' ' Plrsici 3I1S VTA. : have n a: le : Xir~ ". all calls, ! J 11.13th SHENANDQ?.. HOUSE. wo W. L. LAUGHLIX, - P WOO] If. GEARY, - Proprietor. Got"! I.ivory Stable and Telegraph Office at : f?T" TJUUU pioDBB?n. ??| May 21st._ly. SM?TB & SHACKMAH, BALTIMORE. M IV Bole Manufictnrers of the CE...

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

?bmanboalj ?ittalu ?18 P?BL18H1D WE-?H BY THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK, VI?<-1XIA. FRIDAY, AUG. 1, 1*S4 OUR TICKET, For President: JAMES C. BLAISE. OF MAINE. For Yice-Presideut : JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : LEWIS E. I1ABVIE, of Amelia; WM. H. Tl'KNKB, of Norfolk City; S. BROWN ALLEN, of Augusts; BOBERT J. WALKEB, of Shenaudoah: CARTES M. L0CTUAN, of Clarke; T. H. BAYLY BROWNE, of Acconiac; 0. H. CAUSEY, of Nansemond; BOBT T. HBBARD, of Biohmnnd City; J. H. VAN A?KEN, of Petersburp; F. a. BROWN, of Henry coimtj; E. W. HUBARD, of BneklDgham: H. W. HOLDWAY. of Scott. Counterfeit silver dollars are out. They ring well, but arc badly milled and have a dull appearance. Counterfeits of the ?20 Treasury note of the series of 1875 are also afloat. The Bourbons, we hear, are to have their extra session of the General Assembly, to meet August 13th. Now let us see what they will do with the costly thing. It is learned that the prospects for a large and flue t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 1 August 1884

^tnanboab Straft WOOD8TOCK, VA. FRIDAY, AUG 1st 1?84. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. ntered at tbe Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., as second-class matter. Time Table B. A O. K. R.?New sabed le taking effect June 15th, lo?-4. Trains eave Woodstock as follows : East Bounp. 03 Passenger and Express.12.50 a. in. 87 " " Freight. 5.07 " :il " Express and Mail.. 9.9t - 85 " and Way Freight.. 9010 " 91 Through Freight. 9.20 p. in. West Bounp. IS Passenger and Express.12.2t> a. in. 888 through Freight. .">.:'> 10 Passenger, Mail and Express 1.41 p. in. - 1 " and Wav Freight . 9.19 " 86 " and Freight.&S0 " Trains 908 and 919 daily. All Other trains carrying passengers daily except Sunday. For any other particulars applv or write to me. " K. L. CAMPBELL, Agent 1!. & 0 CHURCH DIRECTORY. Lutheran ?Iiev. A. A. J. Bushong preaches in the Episcopal Church, on the I morning and evening of the 2d Sabbath and at night on the 4th Sabbath of each month. Meth...

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

Farm !*ote? Give live stock salt weekly. Take a good 'nooning' these hot days. ??o gaiu ever comes from work? ing the soil when wet. The last year's supply of wheat seems to bave run low at all points. Many Jersey cattle arc being sent from Connecticut to Kentucky. Dakota expects to gather 35,000 000 bushels of wheat at the coming harvest. The export of wheat from Aus? tralia to Europe for the present year is estimated at 20,000,000 bushel. Corn fields have been devasted in some parts of Illinois by the cut? worm. Potatoes are selling as low as ten cents per bushel in sonic coun? ties in Pennsylvania. Some wheat fields in Zolo eouuty California, will, it is claimed, average 70 bushels of wheat this year. It is claimed that apples grown ou a stift'soil are better than those from sandy soil. At a blooded cattle sale in Missouri recently, forty-four bead Of shorthorns brought $8,070, and Bixteen Jerseys nearly ? 1,000. The ;best way to lid a horse's ears of warts is to nib them well wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 August 1884

nthralt YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, YA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1884. NO. 43. flltti.ti.boab, ?icralb 5 IS PUBLISHED WtEKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY. taT-r'ubsClUtti'U, OMK DolUB AMI t B1LI p<r year laxab'e in advance. 4,11 communicat , of private nature will be h aigeU for aa advertising. | Job Printing? All kinds of JOB WOKK done at short notice and on the rtet-t IttSOMtMl terms. Prof* Cards. LTKIPLETT. J?., ? anosw at law, Commissioner in Chancery, AND ROTAS-. PUBLIC. &lT. JACKSON, - - VlROlMIA. May 21-1 y. JAMES C. BAKER, Jb., -\vmi I.AltTC?' ?<fc l.OVl). Practice law in purtaarablp in the eountleaof Bbecandoad. i tteution of each meml ir of toe rim: will be gtren ? necs entrusted to tin m. Office in Ceurt nonet Xard, Woodati ck.Ya. j Addreee JAS. U. BAKKR, Jr. | -ly. H. 11. EIDDLEBERGEB, rOREY AT LAW, WOODiSTOCK, ? - YlKt.lNIA. Wlllpractioe in the coarta of SI doab, the C - the V,'tli Circuit and in tin District and Circuit Courts at Harrisonburg. jatgT- Ofpic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 August 1884

?is roauBHirj wkkbit b? THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIKdNIA FRIDAY, ACG. 8. IS84. OUR TICKET, For President: JAMES G. BLA1NK. OF MAINE. For Vice-Pr?sident : JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Wk are for Blaine and Logan. It is of little consequence who may cast the electoral vote. The elec? toral ticket at the head of this paper for several weeks past was not the woik of the manage? ment. When we choose to do so wo will put up an electoral ticket. In the meantime, Blaiuo and Logan auswer our purpose. Sham Democracy Only. When Democracy in America meant something, when it embodi? ed fundamental principles of gov? ernment, and was the pledge of a policy in administration, its habit was to take as its Presidential can? didates its ablest and best known representatives. It is a truly inelaucholy evidence of the deca? dence of a once great party that in the present Presidential campaign it retreats from all its profound principles and all its ^declared as? pirations, by setting aside all its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 August 1884

v WOODSTOCK, V.A.? FRIDAY. AUGUST Stil, 1884. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. [Entered at the Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., as second-class matter. Our farmers aro now busy plowing, pre? paratory for fall seeding. Mrs. J.-is conducting her local colu? mn with more than her usual ability. Bargelt's cigars never fail to give satis? faction. The communication from our friend at Tom's Brook, was received too late to be in this week's issue. It will appear in our next issue. Mr. II. W. Bauserman, of this place, is preparing to erect a dwelling at the ?South end of Main Street. Good Butler is worth ISo lbs. at Richer. Bring on your Butter it is not likely to fall again. A full supply of harness, saddles, the boat fly nets and everything in the line will he on exhibition at Grabill's next Monday. Call to see them. A Lauge Roasting Ear.?Gen. Jas. IL Williams sent to this office an ear of corn measuring IS inches in length. This is the largest we have yet heard of. Old superiority smiles a sniole. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 8 August 1884

Farm Xoto?. The shorthorn is the favorite dairy cow in England. Wheat can be grown in northern India for 3G cents per bushel. Keep a record of what you buy, when you bought it, and the price. One of the best subjects for the farmers' clubs is the makiug and reparing of country roads. A thin solution of gum brushed over eggs, and then laid in bran, preserves them. Colorado has to buy ?2,000,000 worth of grain every year for cattle feed. More than 100,000 acres of sorghum have been planted in Kansas this year. It is the impression that the acreage of potatoes is not more than two-thirds of last year. Very few live hogs are sent abroad only about 19,000 having been exported in the seven months ending May 31st. "Wisconsin's dairy products, the largest of any State in the Union, amounted last year to $19,000,000. There are in the State one hundred creameries and cheese factories and Cows 200,000. Make your farm so valuable by constant improvement, skillful culture, good fruit, ornamental...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 August 1884

YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, YA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1884. NO. 44. f btnan?roab ?trato 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT * THE HERALD COMPANY. lartubacrictlon. One Do), lab am> a nu? p?r year ?ajafele In advance. AH communioat ; of private ua'ure will .be haiged for aa adverti?lng.'S Job Printing? All kinds of .TCBWOKK done at short notice and on the n.o?t reasonable termB. Pro ft ' 'ard*. TRIPLETT. Jr.., Li? ATTORNEY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AND KOTAl.Y PUBLIC, Mt.Jackson, - - Virginia. May 21?ly. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., -wmi IlAllTO""** .*: BOYO, rraetice law in Murtunhlp iu the counties of Shenandoah and la?e. 'Ihe personal attention of each nieinlor il lhe lirui will bo glTen t? bord' sec? entrusted to tbeni. Office in Court House Yard, Woodatock.Ta. Adil: JAS. i'. BAKU, Jr. May 7th t?. -ly. H. 11. R1DDLEBERGER, ATTOBEY AT LAW, Woodstock, Virginia. WiUpnetice in the coarta of Bheoan? doah, tbeCircnil Court of the V-'th Circuit and in the United State? District and Circuit Coarta at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 August 1884

bman?roalj ?ierato 1? FTJBLIIBKD WEEKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, AUG. 15, 1884. OUR TICKET. For President: JAMES G. BLAISE, OF MAINE. For Vice-President; JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Our editorial notice on the re? moval of Capt. Rice has caused some comment in the circles where one-sided debate abounds, much of which has found its way to the streets. Let it go on. Judges are as much open to criticism as other public functionaries. It was an adverse view to this that made the Euglish government serfs of her judiciary, and made her judiciary, including Bacon, corrupt emissar? ies of tyranny and title. Judge Turner may have better reasons for removing Capt. Rice than ho assigned. Those he plac? ed on record are not only weak but labored and silly. The business ?which required Capt. Rice's atten? tion here, he came here to attend to, and did it promptly. He was appointed to attend to business of people generally, twenty miles remote from here. Mr. E. E. Stick ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 August 1884

^tnanboab lierais WOODSTOCK, "V.A.. FRIDAY, AUGUST I5tk,18? I. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. [Entend at the Post ottice, at Woodstock, Vu., m ?wood-class nutter. The letter from the old Tramp of Mauiertown came too late for I his week's issue. We will insert it in our next issue. Mr. GJdeoa Brabaker, of Page county, lias a calf that is only 9 weeks old winch weighs 304 pounds. - ?? .ay. m A. P. Furgerson is designated as mail neraeageT at RirertoD, Warren county, in connection with the Bhenandoah Valley Railroad. Mr. J. D. Price, of H*rrisonburg, well known as a land agent, died suddenly, of nein algia of the heart, on last Saturday, in the 66th year of his ace. The corner stone of the new Lutheran Church, of this patted, was laid on Friday. August Mb. The sermon was delivered bj l>r. Gil? bert, of Winchester, V?. - ??a? ?a>. m The. Qem Furnace, at Milnes, is making an average of 00 tons of iron per day. One day lust week it turned out 104 tons. Rev. T. DeWitt Tabiiage, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 15 August 1884

?> Il CIR?l?S k MEN; ?To P.E UK VIRGIJVIA THIS YEAR. V.L? I Woodstock, Tuesday, Aug. 26th. John Robinson's i 10 BIG SHO JTS C01S^BIlSrET3. MENAGERIK, MUSEUM, SCHOOL OP TRAINED ANIMALS, CAUBTHEWte KXIIII'ITIOX, AVIAKY, 10 3 Circuses in O JFLingrs At one ana the samo timo, and an TmrtrinoiiR Elevated Rta^oior Bicyiists, Skater?, Olympian Games and Dramatic Entertainments. Come inlo town early ! Secure good positions to see the $300,000 Novelty Street Parade Consisting o: &Q Cii;.>, c Brat? Hands 1 Steam Miisk'al Wagons, 2 Steam Organs, Staam C?lin-.*?, 3S1 a^Bright Ch-iM.-., Herd of Klo^hants, 15 Trrfmpl?ft, Drum Corps, 12 Distinct kinds of Music, Female Brass Hand of l.">, Troupe of Colored JnbBee Singers. Travelling l?y its own special train of tiO cars. A few of our leading fea? tures and novelties: Zenobia Hurled 200 feet by the Catapult. Ox with 3 soperate horns and 3 distinct i-yes. Grace, Tattooed Woman, with over 600 separate animal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 August 1884

: 5> VOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1884. NO. to. ^tnan?reab Seralb ' 18 iCBLISBTD WKF.KLTt B? THE HERALD COMPANY. ?ar?ubacuction, Onk Dollar ash ? ualv per ? year payable in advance. 4M communicattions of privsta "nature will|he j 'haiged for a* advertising. Job PriiatlttK. Allklnd? of JOnWOl?K done at and on the no? t rea'Oi.able terms. rrofcfsit'.-'nl Card?. LTRIPLETT, Jr.., ATTOBXK. AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, and notaky public. Mt. Jackson, - - Virginia. May 21?ly. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., BARTON ?5fc llO\'D. Practice law in partnership in the coir Shenandoah and l'agi-. The jeisonal attention [ of each member of the firm will be given t nes? entrusted to them. Ornea in Court Uouee Yard, Woodstock, Va. Address JAS. C. UAKER, Jr. May 7th *M?Ij. H. 11. b1qdleberger, attorey at law. Woodstock, - - Virginia. Will practice in the coarta of Bhenan? doah, the Circuit Court oi the 12thCircuit and iu the United 8tates District and Circuit Courts ;it Harrisonbor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 22 August 1884

I* PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, ALG. 23, 1SS-1 "our ticket, For President: JAMES G. BLAISE. OF MAINE. For Vice-President : JOnX A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Republican Meeting. The Republican voters of this county are requested to attend a mass-meeting at the Courthouse en MondAy, August 25th, 1884, at 12 M., for the purpose of appointing delegates to tho Congressional con? vention for this Congressional district, to be held on the 20th day of August, at Woodstock. The County commitee will be reorganized at said time. ROBERT J. WALKER, County Chairman Republican Party. Where would the money come from to help the states in educa? tion ? enquires the bourbon. It would come from receipts of cus? toms on imported goods, which is protection to American industry and production. And it would come from that class of people who are too proud or jackassical to wear our own goods or even en? courage any home labor, not ex? cepting that which furnishes the raw ...

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