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

WOODSTOCK, VA. I'KID-.Y, Xov 7ih ?81 1. GENERAL LKntvrcd at the Po?i - I Va., si Fanners ato i. ? Diphtheria la Beatonviili- sad l We taai ? ? - 1*1 IJBJ mo'-? A hog ?JS?a*-*kf ' tbe exhi'oi'Ai al .lie ( Tbe IIekvi n ol bnilt'.iog on C During two day? sf last I loads of s toe? : Sheuando.ili Val!... Hallow-e'er passed The buy? did nol li., of fun. Thsreau-eocr of Pi ter"? Bndgt. V ed last week vrnli m Com husk? i folks who sleep on Mi h One of lli' weather i? tin tie fly. Mr. Wm. Frenen, la a residence on hi? tl We are glad to he School is io a |verp We bad a wonting. W? give lit There is not amok Tbe houte cbsnis ; overcome aha and bedhog?. The hot griddle wil - form on which ih>- k cake cao harm,, Three colon put in jaii " breaking iuto tin- ? Over 1,500 noaet of ?,,, bean uoloaded at V Ml Orgai in yoor neighine-joo.1 a. .. young men , Soon wil1 i'.: ? With (Ziriainia* gooi ?. IS ?a - to advertise in Un Did yo- ev.r day? ?fier an e'.r OS, I don't ?ay an Rev. V pastorate...

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

FARM AND FIRESIDE Farm Note* American apples vvillfiinl a gOO market in England this y eat. Cabbages are splendid while feed for poultry, and should 1? saved for tbat purpose. In the caves of Southwestei. Missouri arc deposite el haadreds < too of owl guano. A national convention of eat tl men has been anuouuced to mee in St. Louis, Mo., November I7tl Tho Chesapeak frog Iiuntei send $1?K),(K)U worth of their food to Northern markets every year Euiopean crops will bo about ai average; '200,000 (?XX) bushel o wheat will be required above production. Eor the past two years tin potato and rye crops nave bun very large, which has increase. the production of hogs. Those who grow millet, sorghun or broom corn will fiud tho see? tbe best kind of food for .-?mal chicks next spring. The low prioe of wheat make farmers slow about inarketin, their crops, and millers in the Wei will need financial aid. An low? caxbar?0 tv:^'f, * * Iowa has a good crop of everythinj which grows in her ...

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

VOL 65. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBEK 11, 1884 NO. I. SWlH AN ?DOM WMJ-D ADVERTISING RATES. ?-. - - l|N,-?o ?sasi - *$ '?' - ?oVi llK'. JP v.hWyftuTli',r -. gi: : ,,.|. (I vv.1 HTTP A.i.liuonal - 1 00 ,1 until r? ?ml ?ales 11 ?u.eaeh All other sSOSISa I inch. (ids, 1 ?,,. mi v.ar, - 1H.D0 ; N'uni? - um-: be mar sad on Ui;iiiii,!i|ii ur tin ? Wi.l !i, oaStTBwtl till fcrbld. No local not i .-? H?ten ban '-'? c POBT. E. STONEBI R> It. IV rOKNE T LAW, Km mu BG Will practice in the courts of Sh euaii doah auel adjoining connl i Claims. I NB1 AT LAW, Cenniuioner in chaneory, ..Mi M T. JACKSON, - - VlHUIMIA. May *l_lt. JAM!:.- ?' BAKER Jb., 11A U'l<>> ?v lie is I?. Pri.-tice 11? il Bb.iiktiduib a, ' .nuitien of eacb i VTVU ?. . ? - . k. v?. nvhhlt, Ja. May ,tb StV-lj. W. n 1. boat ?. ryLNDRlDGEt, BORUM, 5 -. , ; LAW. i*aa?a?? .mil ?dj?aalB| ?tV little.- la ,mr* ? c. ill??. t. St. aUaasaaa A'l'HU.M.. S AT LAW. WOODS f\ *?IIKNAM??.?AH rui'N...

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

F III DAY, Xot 11, ??SI. The C?eneral II? su II. v wo hohl the HsBALD back in the vain hope: that we could give; our readers detinite informa tien of the election. Telegrams iL-ecived up to the hour g to puss then indicated that I New Vork by a -mall plurality. flog opon the sources of in formation we then had, we had some doubt 01 success, but we could not ; from solving doubts on the if our wishes. >? ? are inclined to do the same no.v. We U-lieve- we wen- ami arc light, and we still hopo that right it ?11 prevail. But we must confess that Wt an ,;>!e to give satisfactory infor? mation now as we were this time ? The small success of Hendricks m his own state made New , nil. tial. We wish a p; aaak] bwrebeeneleetedwithoal t.:o bfoki Almei.-?t every hoiii' since tbl e>! tin-polls, both )? irti.-s have laid claim to that state? by a plurality g from 400 to l,-.?;?', and. for a lu ici pel nul, the liguri's of each side ranged from 2,000to 5,000plu Tlie...

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

tytflMiDQMt mu/un Woodstock, va. "UM?.*,, I|((, .??.,_ '?"<-W.XI.WS. -mm. ' ***** 'U W 1 , eiiUouii aiict Tbe , i^Sflttedapto 11 ?'? ?OU,I I ?? ?cud ua i.... , ?ur m their n. Mr v Jealiia. were ?I, ? ,???<????'?. I'll-,r.|,t;. i?s,r ?*-! Mi I Tbe -, VietV, ?ill if- I" II l1 I-5 0l< ol'Xnv, . I tlt-it Fair Market, ?rill : ? bbath mon. The pi lower than I war. In Eux'Uii,' II been for the ;>. Don'? : . flsar.v? th.- near future. No? t fit; the ?wat?a? atad something of that kind make the paper ' Mr. M. L. Wal bnr^ ?tro, ;. I bo one of ii inty. We are told thatde tbia season. I, friend John Wilson t., ' tine h?iii? to WooeJ?to, k. Mr. W. (?rahil! I,?: Washington. fair l.ti lb Will a happy trip. He will lie? Our fanner? are paspsrisg tot though some are ?' aeod rye. ata? . , which is generally of good quality. MaLy a reader of th.wapa o\m\ thai tl.- >l now the newspaper paragrapher W?U ,|n.<l his ?entele*? joke? on I'elru...

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

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Iteoe-lil e>f" im a 11 l-'arim ate whotse urea is held by ! mil owners makes progress backward. The history of Cali? fornie stow* this Land monopoly t?d railroad monopoly until to day these two giants hold a linn grip on tita Pacific slop.?. Manu facturing industries are crushed out ami the?, monopoly of land places iltural interests under the e-ontrol of a few large proprietors. sutlers in B similar manner. I nicii li'ild vast tracts of the soil to the detriment of general interests. The land question has pauiiei'i/.ed atari] one -third the population of Ireland, ami isa great draw back to the domestic interests ot Kiiglaud anil Scotland. So crying is the ev il ot this landed system that nidi cations of an uphoavel are already discovered in those couutiies. In France the situation isdiderent and vastly to the beneiit of the paapla, lucre are- .i,?.?iX?,<MJO laud owners ?u Fiance with the average ' the farms about ten acres. The best land out...

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

\ OI, G?. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SPYKM1 NO. 5. STttflMBO/tsH r\mit> IS PfBUSHKD WEEKLY H Y THE HERALD COMPANY. Babacription. Oat! D.hi vk and a hai.k |M>r year payable iu atlvam?. SuWriiitions uot paid al time of aub ?cribiug may run Ihrae months fur re? liai it time $?.00 will be chai -?cil withool va any caee. All ooinuiiiuication* uf a strictly private nature ?illbe inserted etal/aa aaYerUee meute. na hu:ai.i? job oPFK i* toruplete in <\.:\ i , I room, baaiiiettn office ami ?team pl tweaa Kailroml ami Main ?troc?s. ROBT. k.sioni-.i.u.m.i.. Arn ?km: y \i IDINBUKO, SUINAS liu.Vll ? ".. \ V. Will practico u? tu do ab aud adjoin iuj; eo Special attention to Ceil?* Nov. 3.?ly. ITBleLETT, J*., J? ATTO.s Commissioner iu chancery, and aoTaai 11 su. fclT. jACKt-l'N, May 11-1?. JAMKS C. BAKER ?.WITH?? llAlt'lON OS ll??Yl>. ?tactic, law ii. Bh.MVadotvli ?. i of ?ttcb iu.nib.r of lue flru. ?rill I? 1.MS ?lit!. Ootsom m i' Address May 7lh*?*--...

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

t.* ri'ni.i-iira? wkf.si.y by T*H B HERALD COMPANY. ,v i : :- lu. K ?7HV.INIA. FRIDAY, Xov il, t!t84. Tlu? Motions And ,1 lit ni ..lU-stiou whether there ever has been a canvass for tin otlice of president condueteil on a lower plain than the one just closeel. Law.., is of ability and of geiiei al good u?i?ute,aii(l business nu>n,too, of good ?haraeter, went head-long into any and all discussions with? out regard to or for anything but the .success of party. was possibly most noticeable in the reasons pro and con given for the depression of the wheat market. It was an hourly thing toll ear some man say the tariff was the-caii.-e-of it ; another would ?ay it was retaliation ; another that tuotari'l so impaired comuiei ce that ibero ware BO ships to transport oui suiplus ; and so on till there a reason good and sound enough for ever neighborli Il was idle t., answer them. The ment is now allayed, and ? are in a better frame of mind fot thought. The, real am! only reaaon for...

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

BtittHWVQfiti m$i\l* W O VA, I'illHV, ...t JM I- ?I. GKNEl.AL LOCAL S Va. i he poet? i not, i? o sp,. If a person or.iers hi? p ?a ned, U. in, ?r the pub? lisher may oontluM to id it uutil pay? ment i? mail?, ami ?.h n eollael the wliolu MBOWll La takoii fr?m tb? pttttoftiic ur not. The courts have ,!,ci,l.il that to take iiewup ?pei?, aad parlodl the i"i?t?lli i- itt.-r i or re? moving and leaving them tiucall.il for, in puma / fraud, and put>li-.li ? ed as iu any other case ?t : ??? rertf u aalllnf hi lliis market, from Jo to $*i fas h ?i nail gaaae hantera are ) great nnn.)>er CUiistuas ia only .1 I I Weeks off, anil tlii-clnlilit-a , ward to it? art i va! with Blight anticipa? tion*. Mr. vv ? home plaoe," 1 W Magnifier, t'?r |n par acre. A large majority ?1 tat faraera, in fact all who can do *o, ar? holding thtir wheat f?r Itettcr prieee. The ro.-t-iitlice w 1 ! Thanks? giving iIbv. 1' I it will l-t! tbe lost tune that he will linv.i t? uniform to the Proc...

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

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Farn Soles. Save tbe flow of milk iu your oowaby liberal feeding:. Save unnecessary suffering to your stock by giving shelter iu cold storms. Thrash all crops as Boon as possi? ble and sell the surplus. Have granaries tight. The peacock is a great enemy to potato bugs. Millions of acres of public lauds in Kansas, Idaho, Nevada, Cali? fornia, Montana, Utah, and Color atstf Trwve. been illegally fenced on by stock raisers. Upwards of ninety million pounds of beet sugar was imported to this country the last fiscal year. It is a pity that our owu agriculturists do uot obtain the benefit of these sales. Win never a farmer gets a labor saving implement for himself, let him think if something to save his wile from kitchen labor cannot al? so be secured. This is a good time of the year for top (1 re?sixig orchards, the man? ure serving as an excellent malch, as well as decomposing and enrich? ing the soil, thereby assisting the crop next seasou. Tamo it? no way In which p...

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

?^ VOL 65. >oi)st< h Bi:< ; ?flHHHHHH NO. <>. StttNMDOM ttEft/ttli M WBUmKH WKKKI.V itv T1IK HUB AI .1" COM I' \ \ Y. Sill?. I ?nil. vll AM. V HAL* p. r \eai payabl? in ad* ..1.1. . it turn- of mil. ?WtblM mi. inn tlii*-?? Otuutha Ail :i BtwoaibU parti??. Bal after thai time $.'.lin will Im- liaAtgad without VUMBM ili ?U raae. All iiiiiiiiiuiiiiitumH of a ttriotl; privat* uatun''will bo Laaartsi ?aljraa advertlM THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, ia complete in imti raaaaot. Editorial room, liiniiiieivt otticc and ?Irani pri twifu Railroad and Mam it* ROBT. B. SrUSEBUHNEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, EUINBUKO, SllKN\VM>"AII CO, Va. Will practice in the oourUof Sh man doah and adjoining eoant Special attention to CoUocttoa ol Claim*. Nov. 3.?lj. LTUIi'LLl 1. J,.., st. at Law, Commissioner in thancery, AND SOI?KV 11' VT. .1 At MOM, - ? \ : Muai-iT. JAMBS ('. BAKER, Jr., BAHTOM A in ?V l>. PrACtl.- . - . M.i MtnaM : Qn > ...

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

H prjBUgHap WKSXLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA FUIDAY. ROW. BE? J?*4 A Look Ahead I'uparalleled in many of its inci? dents as wa? the recent election, there is enough to show that His? tory over repeats itself, even iu this extraordinary case. The de? feat of Blaine, the most popular statesman of his time?an eloquent and gifted man of rare distinction in more than twenty years of pub? lic ?o? vice, resulted in the election of a candidate of whom not a pub? lic journalist, outside of the city of Buffalo, bad ever heard nntil three years ago, when he was made mayor of that city. Without ex? perience, save as mayor and sin i iff, in which latter capacity he had acted as hangman, ho was nomi? nated for Governor, in a conven? tion where tierce personal ami factional dissensions among the Democrats made tho nomination of a really prominent Democrat im? possible, llo was elected in a campaign in which there was no .serious Republican effort by the startling excess of nearly ...

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

BHtJiMVOM ttEflAlD W OOD8TOOK, VA.. FHIDtY, Xov 4*tU 18*1. GENERAL LOCAL SEWS. [Entered ?ti: n Woodstock, Ta., aa seo nut etas? nutter. fin* i* a g ?"! s ?. ? iK.-ie.eieekoeklpal l?tanla repair fur the winter. Ia??c. IJarum ateafjfaal dead at Laats'a Mill on Tuesday NaT. Si He haw- nut heard tho particular. SNf?. Ms. Baafcaeg wUl praatfc ai Toaaa Brook, next Sabbath Nnv. IMS at 11 o'clock A. M., and tu ffeodetoek astas dag at U 1 ?'.' o'clock P. M Tue new Lutheran cburch at Fair View, waa dedicated on Sunday last hy Rev. Mr. Snyder of New Market. The church ia a very comfortable ane, ami speaks wel for the congregation of Fair View. Rev. R. li. Fleming, of this place, dedi? cated a uew i'rnsbyteiiau church on Capou River, last Sunday. Tue church ia a very ueat and comfortable one. On Wednesday !>*. 3d, *tu lent A. Dietrich of Columbus, * >., will be ordained aud installed aa Pastor of tho Kv. Luth. Church at Calvary. Rev. Traaaal .1 Bail aud others will be pres...

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

FARM AND FIRESIDE. ? Wh?t is m ?uiood Com? Wilting from Kantfni a corre? spondent Rsska? What is a good and L??w shall I get her? The question strikes at the root ofaeje> lu dairying, if we could get that question asked by every far nul ilairyiuau in the c-.uintiy ho answer to it acteil upoti intelligently, we should all bo richer in u lew years. Wo mees . bave to il? man;, things in M the Blind is not ETaap everything. Bot aro some things that we kn iw, an 1 others that we may kiiitw, :uui such knowledge .is we .'. have aboald beappli It la itlle to deny the fact that in our agii cultural affaira in general we do tl.er too much without think? ing. Jus; let as think fora Boo nielli of the iaaaaenae atnoaot ol randoaa breeding that bai ?uutey in the past and is still lietn- done, all because ? not reali/.i the importance of the ??i. . ? i at the bo finning of this article. A- t\ bave said so many time . and as is mituraHy the ease, the conntry is full of native cattle, fea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 December 1884

ht aajJl mkm /;tf <4 ^ VOL. 65. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\A OCR, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, lss NO. 7 Bite. ? I . : .... .. u . UA.LI any caae. Till E. ir \ A. j Con.. .' ancery, ,1 t? \ - ? w - ' SHUN llJlLl ATT" I ^ ..... e, k i?Alnr?.?Jw?' A. A i ?Tlllpr I 11 ?b and 9r. 1. '<? mm LAW, ' j .N'T 1ST, MX -_ fj, ? ? Lts& Ill 1 OLD DRU8 STORE, W0O03TOCK. VA attaMMaa? Moa* I B. 80H??. Drugs, Horlicincs Glass, - SsflT a . "-an r*r<t ?f saodAAl?! ptloatosrt :?c. -?'- . Wff?.l 8HACKMA8, MI?. oriaJ'V.Vl ffllMl ll.ll-ej thicken rowilor*). The >? I ?e L(i > | attise. May.': I ~LE ITS FINIfitft' I'WHALTt Caat. (^wVislr *** Ui ?ioakin?,Matthew- A' O, COWMAN & WELLS, OeneieuC^maiSwioa Merchants lit ?>. t liarle? M reef, ?UK. IW- PRpWPT RETURNS GUARANTEED. Da. t l'K-.M Ship B.?s?< ?? in it. i-. lkktcii. i I fir I M ; ??????^frwsrr ?as. im:.v.CXKU bSfv. :. ?rat or. ?m tttOHLi. TheOltl Ilome^viid - 'i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 December 1884

?S-rti?WDO/Ht WWW iTalr? is ?CBuminJ WEiatr ?t ^ffrVHERALD COMPANY. WO?DhTOC'K. VIH?; INI A IKIIrVV Dee ?, 1**4 Facia anal Figure Often facts and figures cometo the help of each other and together eflect a complete mathematical demonstration. vometimes figures are said to lie, but only when they have been twisted or misapplied in order that facts may be niismtcr peted.can thia be truthfully charged against them. Tbe pregnant facts and the tixed figures of tbe late election will be iu the near future a subject of curious inquiry to people who just now are content to accept remit* merely, and who have no inclination to philosophize al?out them. Figures, now mattet s of oflicial record, are singularly help ful in interpreting tbe facts of tbo recent coutest which are visible to everybody. A prominent fact that even the so-called Democratic supporters of Cleveland do not care to argue is that he was selected as a candidate not U-cause his party wante?! bun. but lieeausc Ixdting Kcpublic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 December 1884

8ttfcN/.fti)u?TT HtHAt? W OODSTOCH, VA. FUI Ik AY. Da* SI [Entered at tl: Va., a? Isas?te atiaValaharger i?n fin M ton last Tiieavlay. Tbo s,-. met last M, i liV-aiis. II..-nu.. iti.i ,. meal for sal? by < I The Legislature adjo Monday. The stat, - last Diptheria ha? m Itlt II ?| p SOUK' (Mirtinos oi lid. : mild form. Oysters, medium *i por gallon, ?ilid in?asure, ni W I rou's. Col. Frank Alfrit-iul who ! ing Senator Ridiilclterger for t day? returned to STasI day. Confectionery Aaag Bar rou's. Mr Ueo. II. Smith, trbo shot himself at tbo New Market di'pot.? l'-.v a ? alightly improving. Rev. B. F. llaiis. re -. will preach iu R , day, IX-c. 7, mon Don't forget that ? all kind? of work In i line at W. !' The various - place, are .niaki t. brate the t apirit Uriay Quite a run :', alangbtcred in tl week. Mr A. Pai we understand weigh.?! Saudwicl'e? aud Lunch's Ku?taur?ut. Business it ?aid to be looking u; is the time to advertise your I lit - goods. The UiKti it is th" pi ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 5 December 1884

Hm AND FIRESIOF. -aCa ?w ? ? Tfce Horse. ilr. P. Walker, an eminent Kopla* Veterinary surgeon, who Las made the horse a subject of much study as regards his indi? viduality and characteristics, gives some vanraW? hintH in the follow? ing, which &TM worthy of more serious attention than is giren to the point tooehed upon. 'The liters? Is intelligent, benev? olent, and honest, and eminently social; a companion and alare. He has good memory of person and T,>lacgg.j?Mika sensibility to kind iie?\^rijaeament to those who treat bim well, and forgiving to a degree*la Uoau who treat him ill. and great docility ander judicious treatment; indeed, what qualifica? tion will not a friend ascribe to him?- yet nevertheless, through some, overruling organ in his mental faculties, he refuses to doduty ? It will be abatltfy admitted that there Is an individuality in the horse, anti teak he possesses mental power of dfl uuderstood quantity. It is the breeding and education of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 December 1884

m ?xeTL- /, Mi\ VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1884 NO. 8. is piiii.isnr.it wnam Til | H KRAI, I? Ci? ai p xx y. V II VI? per year iw paid at tino ?oriliiii"; m i, tin, t aiKtiisi'. g lint att.T i t}?.')<> will be ?liargi-il vvitlniii! \ : any cat?. All o imiuntiicatioii i iiHliir.- v? ill :. ? TllK liKi: \l.K JOB "li ia (uni) room, 1 ?fessa Bailrostd and r| Robt. i: .stoxebuhxkh, Al rOKNI 1 M Kmsiauii. - Wul ptaatioa in it d??ah and adjoining S|??x.'i?l att?-i?ti?iii t.t Coll?. -iy LTKICLETr A 1 1 , '? Commissioner In chancery, ?NU ROTAR1 PtJSI Mr. JacKsoH, - - Vim May 21 -It. JA MKS C. BAKER, - HAItltlN ?A It? > V I?. 1-ie.ti hb.uat. . li?.. .btr Orvi? t AJ.'.r,?s May - w 7 D. I.. BOB AITUKN ?aaaavsa. II as A LUES S S A'l'loKM i.- AT LAW, WOODSTOt A, rJBIMANDOAl VA. April, is?tl JlS.ll. WILli? %IT?"1 1?M - - ATTORN! LAW - \ in'.h. Ourt bas. I"???, rrederlck and Wan Uh.i'v ?uHltl ?tteutlou g??*n to the collection of atair-i?. a??...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 12 December 1884

WflWat W?fiLV RALO COM !' ? ' mi'vriit K. V?llt?l NI A FItIDAY, Dee. I?. IM4 ?Ilhl ?nul >(? Denlo? rat i . are as unlike as any two things susceptibly of comparison. What Governor Wise used to call '?old fashioned Tom Jefferson?Si? mon Snyder, red-waistcoat Demo ao mon- resembles the Democracy of the M.iiihutteu Club pattern, or that preached by the organs and oracles of modern Democracy than refined gold re sembles purified brava?. How can it be otherwise Mian a sham aiticfewheii life long Federal rttO revile th ? iiaii.e o( Jef lei -.in, and who would defile the very bones of Jaeksoa. are per mittcd to become the prophets and . ; icy ? For it ap? pears that the so-ciilled Indepen? dent Republicans have assumed to exercise the exclusive right to inter pet the meaning of the victoi v which they helped Democrats to secure. The utterances of the Independent Republicans are interesting ?tig ; art? clear and able B State ment, and ate mailed onlv by an I? nt spirit ol dictati...

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