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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 March 1885

-WO [Km. ? PRltMV. l'rei?iiii Tae i kn >.i ?114 u to lag : Wl? _ II ir_-, g\\t s by h. . bow sa H'l ? . I 111? iniiim grill !'?? will i? man :?? I I*bi gav ('. Sanaa's at W C ' bartag it \\ ill loK* boneless Cos] Rirrou's. Mr 9ai off t!i*? depot. \ Fnnr per*h - F.|>iso?pal . Bishop Band Mt. 1 . siji for f???. Mr. 1 .1, o. of tisis pla in.ill? last ~ This kind of 1 trtms. A ! The Pit and moat cob I by J. W. Martin. The aoanal CIX1 take ; 10 o'clock, A. M. M ;,tiy. A soon as the a b* a hsi..!-?>; . - to taw W M Jos* - family ?rnw. 1 tins 1 pea. '? ,,f Mt at \V 1 pahl - Tie : ; re-?, k. ? inwi-_ ? Th? 1> ?urps W?Var that ah ?.k?t,;.? Jad(ta| ? era/;, ? Will be glad , ?? A let of la ' < - at puni. Bast Maitiri. ? growth. It . cate? ? and safssslag* A fe ?? add* . olotln . J. W. Y Farmer- tteVl - ssssll :>.- irai the i?r, 1 - the prict ail tli? -, r.WH. them at J. W. M il The bf th'- ?? III-' ,!. dating th w,,?; a iu ' Ivory f?r ifja hy .1 W M There will be pn I .?irk. ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 March 1885

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Hi'takeHOl Furnier*,. 1. Tu think that any on? c. D : n.it ,i man who has lUmd mttt lor a patent tooth u baa boon unsuccessful a? a iter, ran jump into ,i Im-i ii,--- reqolisssf high intelligence, anil persevering effort.?!, and being utterly unfaniiliar with detail.?, be to make money. i i,ha that a large farm, hull'>tr, keil nul poorly cultivateil, pays better than a few acres well am! e ?itlully tilled. . W mit la u but the worst kiud ..? to pay hundred* of foi good farm inachiiiei>, Mow it for want of proper shelter to rot and become BI -miner tli.in it sliould ? t. Il ?- a mistake? to I I r I'.iss by with no | to imptiive the quality oft! Bloodotl cattle p.ty. They better beef, the now and richer milk. Bettor blood in horses p tys. A Norman or port N, n ,i.in colt is a valuable e of property. . - let 'iinli-tli pride or narrow mi, .Itil pr?judice pr?tent the ' mi ut new tnethiHls when they luve been proved by pimcticaJ men. Dp after the sun, lean fork b...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 March 1885

;i _ ^?ni^^iv YB ^M VOL. 6a WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1885. NO. 20. I? Pt'BLtHfrKD WKEKLY BT T?TE ?TERALD COMPANY.! ' ? UALV per year {?y ab le m ?Uva: O? Mili I ut Ina. { lar^t-d without variance ui ute. All toiutiiunicatioiiH of ? ttriottj nature will b( ..fitiM Ulrl w. THE HBULD JOB OFFU B, Editorial ruoiu, hi iwiw Railroad aud M KOBT. B. 8TONEBUBNEB, . vituKM.Y At ..AW. Luim ? V.v. "Will practico m i UoaU aud adjoining count il attention to Collection of Claims, -ly. LTRlfLETT, Jm., ATTOltHK* AT LAW, Commissioner iu Chancery, and loi vk? rvtuo. MT.JAI El ? - ? \ lKCtlNlA. rjv . .'i JAMES C. BAKER, .'k., --W1IH ItAlllUN eft 11? ?VI?. ? law m i.?rti.?r*liii> I: ?????ado?? ?i. ?twmtioii I if me Orit will be (11 bul ?BttueUd W tbrlu. Orne? ? Coi U\b.?U, J?. Mev 7th TH -U. \\ iv :.. B ?BUM, :>\. . HHEYH ?1 Vf ill eeirtlu lu Sb*u?udo?a md ? tOUUll?. nr., ..iiB? eu,u?r* Jtu, v,?tf . vu.??. f.w.M???v..?? ALL? ? wAUIU'DM?, UBKJ?I8 AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, <UKNAM?OA.l COUN...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 March 1885

rswLv BY HERALD OOMP INT. K. V. I I : IY Mnrc!i IS, l*?5 all the swans nowadays. marching home its not secured any clerkships yet. eron has presented the 2d Virginia Itegiment with a splen? did oineroy is going to start a cl na eristic paper In Washing Cabinet does not alto : ? b ?j s,' Wo ean land did ngad hieb tho i?arty will . 'down with i Buperinten . t). K. K. has re Norih Carolina has passesl a law g \ ' onfederato soldier iu ats war $ " i* red with littlo white girl, Monroe, g by a ns and Bnborhs oi is nceofra] ! < ? graph ling of Pre ? is kuown politics II aus bave made recent local ovei Bow Y oik S'.tte, ami i tail that great Cosa laeirwtalth is airead delivered fiom the i ' Now let it keep sarc ars. lent has tho appoint ' : postmasters, or one 1 Democrats seeking ps th're will be no : when the : but it looks would bo a stormy ? .. Admlnis tic neral . the entire eoc l!i. a River. No ever bad a larger . I in Washington that and has not yet l>i bar with the names of se-...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 March 1885

Preaniama ,-,r ir> ertovra ? - - The i! .. May l.'.th, a t'A) s?: give a pi by liei how easily yo ? m bj each co - all ? th, | Will be ; I GENERAL LOCAL SEWS. M pi? fur I mou in t! III'.: ?market pi ?>ur euiintr-. Mr. !: i Dai in the - to? ami beaatifnl Ol BOB am! Take | of the year to p . wh Try ?. ; : warranted. Mia? Helle Martin, COOi-i ? ' iog ber?elf. Al- ' person, fr tmre<i'iited luv? ? Hi i-.c.A is s in Clothu hea large number ?nap-man nr was on hand ai of people who lut at the I,? for t are lelllng ' - and at the ,i ? l>i.i rR Tlie I * - ? , Tt time, but ill lm k . ing meu king m the a -. and BsaeeeaaBeneed studying ht the mm istry. Me is entirely wrapped up in Ion BiadteS and i? in the librar. ' tpifiiatera nvsf* night. Mis devotion U tery torn hing and will duubtle?? be re? warded. i h old lady, bnrted at Rappni - o uni iv. 600 poniiiN. ins had been ^ did f<T year?. Rereofln Bttaeared ,-t wide by two aad It repaired twelta pall-bearers to carry her to the gr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 13 March 1885

ageaeeeee. ae?a?aenOB?ea? U FARM AND FIRESIDE.! Am OUI Fermer'? FxpeMeni-e with CuttH The farmer wants to know, not so much what is absolutely tbc best feed, but whatismosteconoin ieal?something good and sub? stantial, nnd not too expensive, which be can raise on the farm. Com fodder when properly cured nod stored make* good feed, but if it is left in the field, or loug ex? posed to tbe weather, it is scarcely worth the labor of cutting and shocking, particularly if the weath? er has been wet. Wheat straw is not very nutritious food for cattle. but at most farmers raise wheat, it is a goo 1 plan to have plenty of sl"aw wt-ll stacked, to which the catt'e, ?luring winter, may have free bccch*, aud let them eat what they will. About the best and cheapest food for cattle is good timothy hay, with occasional feels of corn. Clover hay maybe fed to cattle with good advantage. Turnips and pumpkins, where they can be successfully raised, make good feed for fall and early winter, rotatces, ei...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 March 1885

S"r~tt. VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1885. NO. 2 M rCBUtltBI> W EEKLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY Subacriptinn, OWB Dou IB ash v livik ' perjyear payable b Subscription? ti,o paid at tune of sub ecrihiiijr may run three months for re eponsible partie?. 9nl after that time $4.00 will be charged without vanauce in any cate. All communication? of a strictly privait nature will be inserted only as adverttee rneut?. THE Ili:r.Al.l) JOB te complete in every raeattM Editorial room, business office and et? I tween Kailroad and Main stn. s R OBT. B.BT?NEBI i:N I K. WTUuM.Y AT LAW, Km.VuUBU, SilKN I \ v. Will practice in the court? oi - doah aud adjomtug counties. Special attention to Collection of Claim?. Nov. 3.?ly. LTBIt*L?vrr, i?., ATTOItNBY B, Commissioner iu Uhaucery, and soraai . i lo.ic IIt.Jackson, - - Yimjinia. Hat 31-lv. JAMES C. BAKBR, Ja., hauton" ?v itovi?. Practio* U? m partu.r.hip It ShanauJoah ?nl of aa.cn u.aitwr if the Bru. will be g:v.-.. ?Ml ?nlrx.ua to Uw...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 March 1885

etr- *n ' h Ht hau iT BY WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FltlDVY. Harcl? 20, l*?>r? l?<Mii.M-ra<-y and 41111c*' Evidently Prost. drover Cleve land does not think that profa ot Democracy, so-called, involves the ti'le to an office large 01 d not inaugurate the system yrnro and simple, wttb repudiating tho powerful indepciui ent Kepublican help ho received Bl the polls, sud thus breaking down his administration oo the thresh? old of its existence. All this veis plan to everybody daring the eaovaso, except to thouboys.'' Now toot the latter have gotten over the first thrill i.A' delight at a ?ratio victi i that they have* ceased to repeat platitn ? waiting r ? * four v. >.t s to get hoin - t simular it will Ihty egjn to think that the gi of the well-informed Aim ,-. a political part\ le agency ol public tlitu the means of giv ing oflic -T indulging i . Wilj t!.c\ ', grn tolerance, fi atii-t a: 1 charity towards ilifier with them i If Mr I "el shall cin? tilen .. public bles? . .a in &...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 March 1885

JOD8TOCK VA, ? ' Wood?tock, ? V t *ttii> e\, .,,., M .?,15.~ ???>x eawc?. mil ineini ea?e>jeeeMe?awaaa>? l*r?'??iu-:i? ?or Miu??-rlr?<<rH. ?lid of NB -.- . le |( s new proprietorship, with 416 BBOW I IhaB at the be . We still want more. - the cheapest paper we ku i - ing tin- quantity; of read week. In order s-iil further, we i i.,v who furnishes - riben for . ? un ami May 10th, ? he ?ele. ted by himself St 'i and jewelry store, anil to . shall .lo the ?ame, we will ?i of a t. ii dollar breast-pin, -or other jewelry, to be selected it 1! ngeltV Try it ?ml see the premium. iiuinlttT sent in by tor for these premiums, so j If the largest ? '. by a latir, the pre- I HO row -?iiiliug nut account? to all i le : nul wo hoi*- to re ilisfwctory re?|KiiiiKs? It re,pure? a big lot of j eut euch aa is? we must look to our .1 nuances. As the - . to prevail that |1 50 will I tie at any time, wo desire ? .i .r. If pai.l within three . ribuig, the price i?$l.S?; ?will invariably ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 20 March 1885

FAR* MD FIRESIDE. Mr '> I'll?' H?'h( Hay to 1'ectl I owl My praiticeof giving iKHiltrydry, finely giouud ft-evl, SOTS 1 aimer lilis.s, of Vermont, is not founded ou any theory, but the result of much experiment. 1 was never what is known as a "fancier,' though 1 have doue much in the past in the way ot breeding. I iiu ?iortcd, ,s,\ci.il years ago, one of the titic.st strains of Silver (iiav Dorkings ?ret in the countiy, ami 1 have had a good many other choice fowls of one or another breed. 1 wade the business pay in a small way, but 1 had so much trouble with unhealthy fowls that 1 gave it up entirely long ago, and have since only kept fowls forfami b DM. I tried jk>rtable houses, ami al! the various schemes that I ever heat?! of for counteracting the tendency to diseaw, but I never hit anything till 1 adopted this method of feeding. I was ieisfliuir wet feed, and lu? carne greatly anOOJOtl with the gluttony of a tew of the ruling hens. They would ?tand over the teed and drive...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 March 1885

? I VOL. 6?. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1885. NO. 22. ? BUKLieaKD WKBKLT KV THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, iki: Dollar and v it it?1 per year payable in advance. Subaoriptioi - "f su'.t scriliuiL' may run t! - for re- i eponsible parti??. Bul alter Unit time $9.00 will Ik- cbarged without > tl ?any case. All ooniniunicattoii? of a strictly private nature will be inetrted uuly as ad ?tanta. THE HER AU > JOB (H li? lt complete in every reaped Editorial! room, business office ?ml steam pi Iween Railroad and Mini st ROBT. B.8TOXEB1 UN Kit, ATTOKM-'Y AT LAW iMN'UUBO, SUKM VNliiVil ? o.. \ V. Will praetioe in tl doab and adjoin inn acantalee. Special stteutiou to ColK-ctnui of PlaJBBB Nov.'J.-ly. I TBIPLBTT. ? K! AT ?.-.VV, Commissioner in fhancory, AND So: ?LT 1 t'UI.IC. air.Jackson, - - V: Mir 11-1?. JAMES C. BAKBR, Jr., -win. HAltX??.N a novn. PracUca? a? la vartrivrabtLi m (be ? Bkoniu.luea indi-i?-.. II, tersoDSl ?MeatkiQ of ea-b meniber of Hie Arm will In *:? ? ?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 March 1885

M BCM.ltBUI) WBBBLT BT D COMPAN Y WOOjMTOCX, VIRGINIA. ITtlDtV, vlarcli 37, IS85. A afSJtaTd 1'atst- in Virginia's? History. Despite the blunder of See. it wli.ch this historic Valley i was almost unanimous, there was . poetical in the seit D with which onr Valley -ustaiiied the Confcdcr at?-? witbout consideration of I -at utice. As the Valley is indisaolublj associated withthe ex ihby and the>"apolconic at hiev''ueiits of Stonewall Jack . it! devotion a.i?l SUOri fi?? s ,i rated in song and story, ! all of Old Virginia the ? ? gv may be proudly A wearied Confeder ate?- ? tried with sickness caused by , and hunger in the . ghlaiid just before J i like a thunderbolt first u and afterwards upon i Fronton! and Bhh l?ls, tnatie by a Vir matiou to the pretentious South Carolinian to or hia state m innngn ?IS, i-es,sion. There . dm dignity in the reply. " Yes atade the war, but carrying it on. Vein ? nit of the Pnion in a 1 child, but Vir? ginia Orved by the passion and ? ih.it then d...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 March 1885

WOODSTOCK VA.. [KntertU at th? l'o-t Office,al W'ooditock, Va, . o? nuttier. Utility, n.niri 5*7 is?.-,. ? PreiuliiuiB >?r NabacrlSrera Th? Hi BAU) i. api t it* firat ?car as an Inde] 1 under lu m a ? ith 116 Uioto boiiu U I. , giu bag oi the \i.ti. v. ?till waut Btut*. The ilk.it vi n . tbe o ?I kiiaw of oonmdetiug ing mattn it tnpplii - ? In order to iucreaauour elrculation still i. will give to anv man 01 tl -\ .? ho ua tho most re ? ?j at 11.60, aatvi ' M ay l.'uh, a I"*) wai.-li, to Harwell? ?ras. the lady who snail du lb? Ml . -.??? will five a (?rein:inn of it ? uatl pin, ?ar ring? or Otbet je by herself at Bargell'a try it and tee how easily .v.''. remium. W? will publish : at ib l?y e?fh vompvlit ,: a:n?, so there oan he no partiality. If the largt.it lis? hall be foruiehed bj ?? niluiu will t?.- revenad, W. ai,- m, ? t? to all Indebted to t: - ?. t,, r,. oeive prompt ami - i from ever.? one 1: money to r-.i ?urh as our?, ami ei patron, for lb impress. pay for the BBBal ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 March 1885

FARM AND FIRESIDE. ing Onion Sett To raise strong, healthy m s. the ".round should Uil up and the - 1 as early in the be ground will permit, i ^>? ni top-tlraasing ol .-.A strongest Bsannre to I, the --.uue to be raked in with an iron-toothed n iking the surface as tine as i lay off the IOWB B ?i'itrt, which is best dune by .?ticiliiii"; aline and mnrkiug a small trench with the ? wending boa, and bare [h to be distinctly the seeds drilled in pretty . nul and covered with ] :ako?tliit ? ?i taut to prevent the j ?w ing tint large, ;?? ing more of them t?i i : tiie same spnee .s the sets are ? rang grass and weeds : carefully needed out i>> : -pace between the ? ?1 ??ver with the hoe in a iv grass and weeds n, mid this opera? tion - s ,.\eii as sueli ill IB themselves, for tbe - t ni weeds the v they are ke,il under. To raise onion sets by the quan? tity th?- ground should nut ?>iiiy be be broken np as early in as ?t is in workinj winch, and before 'Wed, it shtiuld have a ...

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 April 1885

. ? m VOL 65. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1885. XO. 23. 8+,-?.rN/kNBOy?^ ttEfl/Ut. ? I :i isniti) w?aai.Y eVt TH1 .?COMPANY It ANl? V llVIf per year sa] ? : ? I any case. All ooi nature will l?e in??. : . mente. THF. BaVaULD JOB OPPK IB BBSSall tc I,: room, In. tweeii Railroad ami M ROUT. B.8TONEBUBNKR, vi |o;;ma a I law. KuiNiU ,u ? ?>., \ v. Will pi i iloah ami :. . . M Lj Co mmissionor in uhancory, klT.J ICKSON, B?y2l-lv. V'l.tilN'A. Jam: - fa., HAU 1 ??N A IS? >\ .?. Mav - "\Y l*. L I'." i II - ??MB. A LI 1 ATH'KM.Ys AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, allKNANDOAU Ct 0NT? V ?. I it. u. wi up I '. .AW wo ? Ullatl ? tVlfUi i - wiilpta .?l?r?u tm- ?l : ? ? H II. BlllDl ? 1 VST " Bum? : . Boat. I. wat.???. ? \Y I a.) ; -? .01.03 HKNTIST, ? ? 1 i'. J. rVavet, I i ?i n ' , - a .; ?. : ?????Mon |l? Sir-Teethe at-. Marcs 1?.-IL ? 1825. OLD DRUG STORE, t WOODSTOCK* VA eeUMM B. SCHMITT. - - Propri-toi DEALEK IN Drugs, Medicines, Glass, I? A I.NTS OJ he?, DTK Kl 111. PBRFUMER1 L'SHES, Fan, ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 April 1885

I WEKBLY BY ItALD COM PAN Y ! K. VIRGINIA. FU I DA Y. April 3, I a.?a5. Leaders Wanted lacks leadership in tho heal bai on almost ,i? badly as Lord P?y ton ro at the outset of one - iiisioiic poems. Reputation? bar? |n rislied in the Soudan under the as-aults of the Arabs until the nailing world begins to think that In the i resent military regiue ot Kngland thern in no officer of real oi Berit sufficient : him rank with the eminent soldiers ' 1st. Even in bar drawing upon Iilsb faient, to which tor centum ? laml has given so much of profi? table cunning and endeavor, she bis batel] been unfortunate. Bet drawings In thai quarter have . B blanke meiely. 6i| Il a failure in the I he is of Irish birth. us to bis failure there, Bag? liai, join nan cncoin raged t be ? m id to look rat (he pier in him of the ? ilnigtoii another Bag? ual, s, Ujier of Irish birth. Bis plans have all miscarried. 11? la en the deleiisive, or was at the accounts publi.shc?l before this writing. The brave Cortl...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 April 1885

WOODSTOCK VA. [Entered at tho Nat ? >tri..-, al v, Va., at econd class mutter. IKIIMV, iprll :t 1SS.Y Premium? ior Siihseriiit rs Tbe IlKltil I? is a]i|irnae!iiri^ II,,- etui tif iu tiret yar a? uiriii.lt-p.-nd> nt jonii.l under its new BSBB?I.MbibViij. ?iili tH', more bou a fide?iiliscril?-rs than :it the ba giu log of tbo year. Wo ?till want more. The iIkkaI.D is tli? chealH-?l iiu|tt-i we know of coiisidermg the t|uaiitit> ing matter it supplies each week to increase our circulation still further, wa will give to any mau or boy who furnishes as the moat cash ?uWrilwis tut at $1.50, between m I'.th, a t?O watch, to be selected tv| k Hargelts watch ami jewelry ifcrre, Bad to the lady who shall do tho sunn, we ?ill give a premium of a ten-dollar ho ?er riug? or other jewelry, to It by herself at llargelt's. Try it I how easily you may BBBOta the premium We will publish the uuiulu-r Hal in by ?ach competitor la UMM ;-t tbt?re can be impartiality. If tie list Sail be furnishe...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 April 1885

FARM ?W Fi^lDE. ^?-'?"?W Wliy Sbeep are Profitable. Lambs, wool, mutton anil ma? nare are the four cardinal points of aheep raising. Profit is not in tbo total amount derived, but the ex? cess after the cott Is deducted. A flock of sheep may not bring a very large sum and yst be profitable. In this connection we give an eitract from the Sheep Brtedtr and Wool Grower, tn which the editor alludes to a flock that had been a source of great profit, one of the reasons being as follows : " It is a tact that the flock did not consume a particle of grain, was carelessly handled and lived on food that would otherwise have been wasted. The owner of this flock assured us that the same treatment wonld hnve lost him a good i>er cent, of his cattle. It is safe to assume thst good treatment of this flock would have given the goed natured, easy-going master fill 100 per cent, profit on his investment." We can corroborate tha above by stating that on our Experimental Farm we have a flock of Oxfor...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 April 1885

VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIKOIN1A, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1885. NO. 24, 18 PVBUgmtD WKMLT BY THE nERALP COMPANY Subscription, One Dollar and * half per year payable in advance. jj?uoecriptioiis not ] ?id at time of ?ab? er r bing may runth.ee months for ro pOQSeiolo parties. But alter that time %'i.OO ?ill be charged without variance in any raae. All communication? of a strictly private nature will be ineerted only aa advertise THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, i? complete in every respect, editorial roots, business office and ?team preewt be? tween Railroad and Main streets. ROBT. E.SIONKIHUNKU, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Edinbuku, ?miknvnhoah OOm V a, Will practice iu the court? of Sli enan doah aud adjoining connue?. Special attention to Collectiou of CUiwa. Mor.3.-ly. L. T?1|?L?TT, J?., a.TTORS.11 AT LAW, C ommissioner In chancery, AND M?TAUY I'lULtC. Mt. Jackson, ? ? Vihuinia. M?J 11-lT. JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., -W1TB HAltTON A BOYD, Practlc? la? In |>artnarahlr> iu lb? countl?-? of Sh?aando?k ?ud fu?. 1 !...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 April 1885

8tr?NAI.!>0*.t ItCMil) is riliLIsHF.? WEEKLY BY _!*?v HERALD COMPANY a WDODSTOCK. VIRGINIA i it tut Y aprii 10, laas* aVa? ?mi/ declares that he will a lecturing. This may keep ra away. m number of political Ajaxes that ITC standiug around defying ?> tho political lightning is almost ap irliog". al List caught the Presi , and the result is the g of IVntlleton to Berliu and resident to the d?1 by the anti-Civil Service Democrats of the ??? cvr.try. A non ber of Democratic states Q Setting President Cleve .?paient forgettulness of istence by coming forward <?'! datation that they will ? position. . ,: t announcement ot the ; of Edward J. Phelps Mr. Lowell in the Eng h n thousaud interro ? to used iu the tele ? as of the country with ? i dieeotering that he rmoot lawyer. ?'.< i api>ointuieuts come so th*- Executive when it is coii?it]cir<l that in the quarter of a j that has elapsed since a ? M ollice, all the veter ied off or gone out of the fallows in office are so ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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