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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 August 1884

WOODSTOCK, -VA.. FRIDAY? IIWISI ?M, 1884. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. [Entered at tlio Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., as seeoud-elass matter. Mrs. Williams'school will open, on the first Monday of September. Circuit Couit will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 1st. Col. Charlea T. OTerrall lus been nominated as the Democratic candidate for Congress, from this district. The Tennessee ?spring Seat saddle is tie easiest riding saddle in the market. Lost-?A largo fan, with satin figures, between the Beibimed Church and roun? dly. Please return to the 1Ii:k\li> I The District Conference, of Winchester District will be held in the Methodist Church in this place about the 15th of October. Further notice will appear hereafter. Best new Orleans molasses, just receiv dd, also Port Rico, .Sugar drips and baight syrups, at bottom prices. J. N. Davis. There will be a Blaine ami Logan Pole raising at Toms Brook on B?tards; i to? morrow) the 83rd. Let there be a full turn out and a good time generally. Another ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 August 1884

OIT J CIRCUS & MENAGER 11I Y ?TO BE IX? 1 VIRGINIA THIS VISAR. Woodstock, Tuesday, Aug. 26th. John Robinson's 10 BIG SHO WS COIVIBITsTEr) MENAGERIR, MUSEUM, BCHOOL OF TRAINED ANIMALS, CALI8THEN1C EXHIBITION, AYIAKY, 10 S Circuses in S JF-Lingrs Atone and the samo time, and an Enormous Ela*/ated Btagofor Blcylists, Skaters, Olympian Games and Dramatic Entertainments. j '^?&wr- ? ^r"s Come into town earl] ! Secure good positions to sec tho $300,000 Novelty Street Parade Consititini* of 80 Cages, 3 Brass Bands, 4 Steam linsical Wagons, 2 Steam Organs, Steam Calioi Bright Chariots, Herd of Elephants, r> Trompeters, Drum Corjs, Yi Distinct kiuils of Music, Female Brass Hand of 15, Troupe of Colored Jubilee Singers. Travelling i>y its own special train of 60 cars. A few of our leading fea turcs ami novelties : Zenobia Hurled800 feet by the Catapult. Ox with 3 seperate herns and 3 distinct eyes. Grace, Tattooed Woman, with over 500 separate animals ami pictures tattooed into ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 August 1884

1$W VOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, TA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1884. \(). 46. |henanboal. tato IS PUBT ?1IED WEEKLY BY TUE HERALD COMPANY. lsrsu.baoriction.ONi Dollar and a bal? ptr year payable in advance. All communicattions of private "nature will bo ?baiged for aa advertising. Job Printing. All kind? aOOBlTOU dore at shc.it notice and on the n.o?t raatoi able ten..?. ProfsSSi ?''.". LTRIPLETT, Jn., ATIOKNEY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, and hotas1 ptjbuo. Mt. Jackson, - - Virginia. May 21?ly. JAMES C. BAKER, Jb., -? 11 H?? BARTON ?t llOYD. Practice law iDtie? of I doah and i ttentlon of each tneml er 11 il e ftrin will i e given I lifts inti'i.Bkd t Ojfice in Court Hosts Tard, Wi odatock.Va. Add; JA8. C. BAKU, Jit. May 7tb *M- -ly. II. 11. RIDDLEBERGE?, rORE? AT LAW, Woodstock, ? ? Virginia. Will practice in the courts o? slienan doiili, theCircnit Coort o? the 12thCircuit and sjb?\\ Circuit Courts at Harrisoi ?js\t Orncit with Walker ..v Keller In j Burutr Buili EOH I. J. WAXKXB. KKLLKB f...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 August 1884

?Ijimanb0aI} ftaralb IS FUBLISHKD WEKKXT. B? gTHE IIEREALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VTROINIA. FRIDAY, AUG. 30, l?sl "our ticket. For President: JAMES G. BLAINF. OF MAINE. For Vice-President ; JOHN AaLOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Before the Virginian was per chased there wore some gentlemen of tho legal profession, and some of the same profession who do not practice law, who agreed to give all the legal advertisements to that paper which they can control. It is well to remark that the ESTATES, and not the lawyer com? missioners, pay for these advertise? ments. We have more subscribers, bona fide, than all the secular papers in this county combined. Within the next four weeks we intend to enlarge this paper four columns, without change of form. We now advertise to insert all legal and sale advertisements, not exceeding three squares, for ?2.50, cash and matter in excess, in the same proportion. If we must havering rale here, let us have the cheapest with the largest circulation. Come and look at our...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 August 1884

%nanboaI} $fralb WOODSTOCK, V.A.. FRIDAY, aVGVST 'i9th, MMi GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. [Entered at the.Post Office, at Woodstock, Vu., as second-class matter. Circuit Court Ivegins next Monday, September 1st. Rev. Wra. II. Wilson, former pastor of I the Methodist Church iu this place, diedj in Washington, D, C, last week. Miss Lizzie Magruder's select school aud music class will open on Monday .Sep? tember, 8th. 'Valley View" i> doing a good aud well merited business. Hugh says Russell is a rattler. Some of the very hottest weather this a unimer has been experienced during the past week. Any man who heard the speech repeated which Lowlow said Keller delivered un? derstands why we have such ? mayor. Mrs. J-is not expounding her expla diments, but she will be on dress parade duriug circuit court. Old superiority is still trying to do by machinery what the Lord would not do for him. It is a type writer. Rev. Mr. Boflhong will preach at Fair View next Sabbath at 10 1-2 o'clock A. M. andatCo...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 August 1884

arm rot? Jf?no?bt ?Karilciiiiig for the Boys. I would advise every farmer who lias boys growing up to give them a piece of ground for a garden of their own. Give them a good piece, too,?not some corner that seems worthless for other purposes. Lei them anderstand that here they have a sort of preparatory school for future work. Let them have good seed, and good tools to work with, ami impress them with the idea that they are working for themselves. The thought that they are at the head of things in this their work, will encourage1 them to be diligent and on the alert. We always work better for ourselves then for any one else. Don't you know that'.' And our boys are like us iu that respect, Encourage them to try experiments: encour? age them to work intelligently, and with their eyes open. Never in a thoughtless, hap-hazzard way. Let them study out the relations of different soils to different plants, and show them by giving advice and commendation, whenever you can, that you are inte...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 September 1884

>!.!? ? hill H iioi^^ii .vitl liii.il. ? I'ljii'iniii'iO Inn.. ' ((/.'! < .I'M ., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1884 ? i ?.,iii??>-lil?i-i XTY \ A?? '' MM' * IS PUBLISHED WIBELT BT THE HEREALT) COMPANY. ?WFub*crictlon, Onk DoLlab and a bal? pe year jay able in advance. 411 coxnmunicattlona of private nature will be baiged for aa advertising. Job Printing. All kind? of JOB WORK done |?t ?hoi t notice and on the noil reasonable terms. Professio7ial Cards. LTRIPLETT, JR., ? ATTORNEY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, and notary public. Mt. Jackson, - - Vikoisia. May 21-ly. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., ?? WITH?? BAUTON ?Jfc MO YD. Practice law in partnership in the countie* of Bbenkndoah and Page. Ibe personal attention of each member of the firm will be given t* buai n*s* entrusted to tbeni. Urn? in Court House Yard, Wcoditock, Va. Addreas JAS. C. BAKER, Jr. May 7th 'M.-iy. H. H. KIDDLEBERGER, ATTOREY AT LAW, Woodstock, Virginia. Will practice io the courts of Shenan doah, the Cire nit Court o...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 September 1884

fbenanbwlj ?fcralii V? o' IS rCBLIBUED WEEKLY BT THE HEREALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, Sept IS, 1884 OUR TICKET. Por President : JA MKS (i. BLALNE. of main::. For Vice-Presideut : JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Fern oawenmo 7th district: J. B. W E B P., OF ROCKIXOHAM. Blaine, Logai? and Victory These are the three words on the bauner that overhangs our main street. Victory after victory is reported, ami the retreaters reminded us very much of the earl)' generals of the late war, who always won, but simply "retrograded" to the rear, or "changed position'' backward to get better quarters and more advantageous fighting ground. First the Massachusetts illusion was dissipated. Then came explanations. Next, Connecticut was certainly in the grip of the so-called independents, Connecticut cut her road through, as usual, and explanations ensued. Following these came Vermont: and boiiibonism exhausted itself telling how it was so and so. But, above all, there was no doubt in the bour...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 September 1884

Ijc.o;i..fc0?tb S;iralb WOODSTOCK, "VA. FRIDAY, Sept lStli, lss t. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. [Entered at the Foal Offlee,at Woodstock, Va., M> sccoud-clasa matter. Hon. II. H. l?ddleherger, will speak in Harnsonburgnext oonrtdavy. Dr. J. II. Webb has bata seriously ill for several weeks aiiel was unable to attend the meeting on court last. .1. W. Clinger's barn, four miles trenn Winebeator, Va., was burneil; loastS.000. A good second hand grain drill for sale by M. H. Hotiki , Woodstock, Va. Our Csnners are busy saving their clove-r seed. The crop is reported to be very gooel. We are having some very hot weather. The theimoiiic'Ti'V on Tueselay at 1*7 anel on Wednesday at 94. A rotated boy was arrestad here on Tuesday last, and lodged in jail, for break? ing into a store at Front Royal. A lot of Kainit and plaster for sale cheaper than ever by M. H.A W. II. llOTTEL, Woodstock, Va. A party of young ladies and gentlemen from this place, attended the dedication of theCatholic Church at Fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 September 1884

arm an?r ff?ns?be. Farm and Garden Notre. Cease not the warfare on weeds. ?Eternal vigilance is the price'?o? a clean farm. Parsley for winter should be sown in boxes of rich soil and set in a cool, shady place till it germinates. A bushel of corn in hot weather, and with the pigs on grass, will make more pork than two bushels next winter. Nqw that the harvest is nearly all done by machinery it is pretty hard ou the horses; see to it that they have the best of care and generous feeding. Go to see the sheep at least once a week, and dou't fail to make them glad to see you by taking them some salt; butyour visit will be just as welcome any other (lav? as Suuday. Unless corn is good it is about the poorest crop a farmer can grow, and the character of the crop is more within the farmer's control than any other. Manure is never applied too heavily for com A slate with a pencil attached, hung in the kitchen, on which to note down articles as you think of them, to be bought when you go ?to...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 September 1884

lilil? YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK;YA., FK1DAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1884. NO. 48. i?- rriii isi?.'.) wi tui n THB HEREAL? COMPANY, tw.'iil)?' ictun, On l1' ii.A!; am ?>. H'.l? i* year jayab'e in advance. 4.'l comruuuicattious^nf print? oa uro wiil be bilged for ai advert? Job Printing. All kinds of JORWOI:K dote at short notice kDd OS Ibl u l /' Card?, I 1 UPLXTT, Jr.., ATTORKKY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AND XOI'Al'.Y rUBUO. Mt. JaCKCON - - Y?U?NiA. Maj?i-li. JAMES C. BAKER, Jb., BARTOK a* BO\D. 1 ra. i Sbenauilnah ai.d It. . Uention | Of lalb mtBl ? nets tntruited lo them. Oroaoa m i ..Va. Address JAS. C. li.VKL?, im. Slay 7th-?4--ly. H. H. RIDDLEBERGER, ATTOREY AT LAW, Woodstock, ? - Virginia. WiU practice in the courts of Shenan doah, the Circuit Cocui of the 18th Circuit uni m the United States District and Circuit Court? at Harrisonburg. Waff" Office with Walker & Keller in Burner Built ?OUT. J. IVAlKtR. JMl. 1 W'AI.KKR & KELLER. RSEYS Ai'-!.AW, t%-' ' : c? in tr '.',.?? . ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 September 1884

I PUBLISHED WfcKKLT BY .HEREALD COMPANY. ?viMJDSroi'K. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, Sept. H>, 1884, OUR TICKET. For President: JAMES G. BLAISE. OF MAINE. For Vice-President : JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR CONGRESS?7th DISTRICT : J. B. W E B P?, OF ROCKINGHAM. Tbe lx-rn- Involved. For the first time since the war iu a national campaign, tbe people of Virgiuia are enabled to consider tha pr.aoHoal issues of American politics, without the least surren? der of attachment to old traditions. We are so far removed from tbe war and its associations and have passed through the attrition of discussion of topics vital in the affairs of our own times aud un? connected with tbe events of twee- j ty years ago, duriDg a sufficient period to enable us to think here? after rather than to feel as we bavo been accustomed to do. The tariff is the issue of the fu? ture and of the present also. In these columus we are seeking to give it prominence as much as the Bourbon press seeks to submerge and ignore it. U...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 September 1884

WOODSTOCK, VA, FltII>\Y, Sept 19th, ISM. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS, [Entered at tin- Poal Office,al Woodatook, Va., ?-.s second-class matter. era] communications wer? received too late for publication tins weak. We had frost on Monday last. No dam age was done. Mr. Win. Bornra of this place, is build in g a law office in the eourt-house square. Fertiliser men thick and business brisk. Tim sale of fertilisera hat been \< ry large. Farmers have much plowing yet to do. They have been thrown back on ac? count of the dry weather. The Graded School of this place, 0 last Monday, with one hundred and thirty? four acholar?. The crop of grapea iavery plentiful, though some growers have lost a large part of the fruit from rotting and falling off. Dr. 1*. F. Maphis Dentist, will he in his office in Woodatook, next Monday, Sept. 29d and remain one \\ i mm ?.-?. ? The Presbytery of Winchester will hold ext atatcd meeting in Moorefield, \V. Va., on Wednesday, October 1st, at T 1-2 p. in. The North ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 September 1884

arm anfc f?m?lie Kg get and llena. It mast be borne in miutl that tbe roost profitable system of keebing fowls involves four tbings, viz.:?1. Crowding in winter for tbe sake of warmth. 2. Plenty of room of fewer fowls in summer. 3 Very early batcbed pullets for winter layers. 4. Constant attention as to regularity of food, cleanliness, pure water, tbe dust batb, etc. People wbo bave bens, must be distinguished from those wbo keep fowls. Most of what is writtten is intended for tbe latter class, and these are encouraged to become fanciers?a poor plan, as a rule. The beginner should learn to keep fowls with profit; then he may adopt a breed which he likes and become a fancier, but in nine cases out of ten there will be no profit in it. Our supply of eggs in winter is very limited, and it may be safely predicted that the demand for fresh eecs will bo insatiablo for years to come. The people who should raise eggs in winter are those who do not aud who will not; for there is no duller cl...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 September 1884

YOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, YA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1884. NO. 49. 18 PUBLTBHED WKESL? BI THE HEREALD COMPANY. tart-ubecuctiou, Oxk Doiiab ash a halt \e year jayaVe In advance. All oommunicattions of priste {nature vvill.be aiged for as advertising. Job Printing. All kinds of JOB WORK doce at sb'rt notice and on the u-oet reasonable teims. Prefeuional Card*. LTRIPLETT. Jr.., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Commissioner in chancery, AND NOIAKY PUBLIC, MY. JaOKfrOM, - - VIRGINIA. May 21-lr. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., 11 A. 11 TOTS' * HOYD. Practice law in lsrtuerthlp in tbe counties of Sbenandoah and l?ge. Tbe teraonal attention of each member it tbe firm will be gnon tu busi? ness entrusted to tbem. OrriCE m Court House Yard, Woodstock, Va. Address JAS. 0. BAKER, Jn. May 7th M.-ly. H. h. r1ddleberger, attobey at law, Woodstock, - ? Virginia. WQl practice in the court? of 8henan< tloab, the Circuit Court of the 12tli Circuit ami in the United States Districl and Circuit Courts at Harrisonburg, ftjajr Ovuct: ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 September 1884

?bfttnnboati ljert.ll) 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE HEREALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, Sept. 36, 1S84. OUR TICKET, For President: JAMES G. BLAISE. OF MAINE. For Vice-President; JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. FOB CONGRESS?7th DISTRICT : J. B. WEBB, OF BUCKINGHAM. Why Should We ? Why should we support Blame and Logan in Virginia? Because they are republicans? So. Because they are not demo? crats ! No. We support Blaino and Logan because they and their plat? form of principles represent the most vital interest of the most peo? ple in this country outside of im? porting cities and monopolies. Because they are in favor of ad? hering to that which has been tried and found to be good for us. Because they are national and not sectional men, anddo not have to rely upon one northern, one western state, and a solid south for election. Because they are both bold and tried friends ot our people siuce the last tocsin of war was sounded, and do not have to stir up strife by making war record...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 September 1884

WOODSTOCK, VA, FRIDAY, Kept. 26tli Iss t. GENERAL LOCAL NF.WS. [Entered at the Post Office, at Woodstocl Va., as second-class matter. will b There win fx- communion sei -vices in th Lutheran .Church al Tom's BrooYnes Sabbath, (28th i Bargelt A Son will have this week fine stock of silverware and at prices lowe than ever offered. Don't fail to call am examine the stock. A rnre chance for all The Woodstock braes ba it and Bl Luke's string band were coi s -ns V their absence at the raising of tie, o ioke( Cleveland & HeiulricTts/^ole on Cedar Creek last Saturday. The democrats of Cedar Creek indig nantly deny that they are objects o charity or require goardiana from Wood stock, even their Cleveland A Hendrick pole is not in Striyhtened circumsta ? the efforts and cuss words of the Banda; morning meeting failed to take the crook out of it. Col. R. B. Berkeley will speak in burg on the 23rd of October. Col. Rerk eley will bo rememhero d as the youn, man who accompanied Got. Walker i:...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 September 1884

Fractieal Puslilnsj. HOW IT IS PROPOSED TO SETTLE AND MAKE PROFITABLE LARGE SECTIONS OF COUNTRY NOW UNPRODUCTIVE? THE MEN WHO HAVE TAKEN IT IN HAND?THE MONEY AND THE POW? ERFUL '.CORPORATION BEHIND THE MOVEMENT. Every year witnesses an increase in tbe Toluuin of emigration st ward, and thousands upon thous? ands of sturdy men and women have gone on through a territory vastly superior to that in which they finally located, with no more care or observation en route than if in balloons and sailing through clouds. They have gone on and on, often far beyond available mar? kets, and out into the wild lands with no company other than their own frequently home-sick selves. Others will follow, and the throng will not perceptibly lessen for years to come. Meantime not a few of those already settled are anything but satisfied?the rigors of a se? vere climate, the frequence of terri? fic storms, loug hauls to market, and otht-? disadvantages naturally creating desires to get back into a country...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 October 1884

vitfk.... VOL. 64. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FltlDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1884 NO. 50. 8tf?1M1*D0M ?Ml* is i'iiu.i?ui:i> wkebi.v r.v THE HERALD COM PAN Y. Subscription. Otta liouut t\u \ n ti.r per year payable iu advance. Subscriptions not pai.l at tune of sub? scribing way run three months for re? sponsible partit?. Itut alter that time $*.0e) will be charged without \ariance iu any case. All communications of a strictly private nature will l>e inserted only at? atheitisi ments. THE HEltALI? .loll OIT? K. is complete in every ti-pect. Editorial room, business ?dice unit steam pit tweon Railroad ami M.m, m i'rofeuionul Card*. LTKIPLETT, Jn., ? ATTOHSEY AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, ami aoTsai i e. ui.it'. ilT. JACKSON, - - VlBOIMIA. May Jl-l?. TA.MKS C. BAKER, Jr., it .WITS. ltAlt'lt?> ?v BOYO. Practice law Iu p.rtuer?bin in the e Mjrnendoeh and rag*, i ai i ?rSOBal ?ttei.tu.u Irsi ?111 be given W Best* Le.? ,-ntrulled to aBBBt. crues in Court lloute Ttrd, W( wlttis-k. Va. AJJre.t J...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 October 1884

?4?lWD?7ttf tt??./UD 1:1 I-UI h W r.l'KI.Y UV ??{?B HERALD COM? WOODSTOCK. VlKi'INIA. . _ F1CIIIW met. S, IR84. ?)- ? i i Tor ticket. .11? loi l'or President : JAMES G. l.l.AIM . Of M A INK. eiiiiijn _ lor Vice President : Ai? UN A. LOGA N, OsT ILLINOIS. ; i YftlMsjs. U. Turaerj t.-xj 1 biiaav J ru?? 1 s rfolk rlty. , B*)ly Browne, of Acco . Causey, "f Nmsemond. ttair Morrl?, of Ku-bmnuS H, Van Aulen, ? f 1'. ters . B. Bro.n, of Baal f |. Wallsr, "f Sbanao -Icwls McXeusie, of Alelan toldway, al I -ii A Hau. of Augusta. : i iustkkt: .1. B. W i: B B, 01 Kl Mill AM. ?I' ? ,m - 'Hie, iiki: \i ii A?-ci, \k> nus MiJ.lv IS i NEW. DRESS \M' I I 11 EXL iRGED. WK PROMISED tVE <i\K m lili: BEST V \E\\>1MPEKS IN THE i. \ v. i. \m: vue DETER ? TO KEEP (?I II PROMISE. w E VDDED tXOTHEB i 0L HW TO I UK HERALD, M IKING : 1111. ONI V MM. ( til 1 M\ PA ? .'.un BLisHED in tiii: \ \i.i i:v ? I' ni R PRIEXD8 SEND IN . -I l'.x RIPTIOXS \M> \D ? hVRTASEMEXTS. " A ?truer) and Falso hood. - "Poo...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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