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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 April 1885

VA." Fitinvv, April lo, ih-i.'i.*1 Prriiitiiiu?? ?or *?til?>?-rIin-r? it? fil -? i.'h ?ti more buua ti : ;hau at tbe or? gie Ugoftlu yuar, W.mIII rt.uit Miott?, Tbe iIkuaih i? tU>- cheapest paaer we ku>w u? C?ii^tJt-iia^ the i|it:mtil . tug matter it tuppliaa ?u urde . -,il farther, we will give to ally Uiali ot Ixij ?In. us tie- uoal easb subscriber? tur out- jet atfl.SO,between iw ml May rah. a ?'?c, watch, to be aaletifd Si Liuiaell' at Barge 11 s watch and jtwv'uy ?tore, uiel to t.be lady ?bo ?hall do tbe ?iiiik-, wo wSbM gire a premium of a t?n ililiu btt-aat-piu, i ear ting? or other jewelry, to be selected I Ly herself at lUrgeif?. try it l how easily you may acuno tLu preiiilutn. We. will publbth the inoubi-r ?out in by j each competitor for tin-?? pram I ..i W uo puriiaUty. It the large.?!' lit? hall be funii?lu-<l by a lady, 'bo pre? aalaaa ?ill l>, Wo are now ?ending out aroonnt? ta all indebted to this office, and we hope to re? ceive prompt ami satisfacto...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 April 1885

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Farn lid Girden Notes. 'mother grains may lie lut' r adapted to growing stock, the popular belief that corn is best for fattening hogs is correct. And to make the hardest pork it should be fed dry and water be given sepa? rately. It rarely pays to transplant chance trees that come up where roken off. They gener? ally have few fibers on a long, horizontal root, which when planted is moro likely to have suckers than it tree from the .nursery grown to seed. On very rich land, with early sowing, one and a half bushels of bailey is enough, as it will spread ;he root and give larger heads than witli heavier seediug. But if barley is ?own late, two and eveu uni a half bushels may be sown with advantage. iii.dii points in a good farm : .110 low neos, to save lifting, i tut under, tor couvenieine in turning. The latter, however, calls tor very low fore wheels, and the low wheels call for springs, to modify tlie suddenness of the lift ovt r obstacles. An Knglish poultryman ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 April 1885

,^-VV v wi VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, I NO. 25, D WKKBLY BT TU F. UK KALI) COM TAN Y \!t AM? A HALF jmr ;, -.it time ativ i-aso. All i'oiniiiiii . rtrtctlj private Batate will be inserted ettlj bb ea i art let mente. fkTJ BIBALD JOB OIT? ia com?'' teepe? : I K?BT. B.S ONBBUUNEK, \l rOKNEi \1 I.AW, Wul uMetioe iu ' . Claim?. li Conimission?i- iu uhancery, ? - y : JBAKuR, Ja., ! . \ . ? ? .V II? ?V 1>. k.Va. ? Ja. \Y ' I.AW. ? tal ? a o. ?Lisa. P. W. Vanan au A1 vT LAW, DSTOl A', . Y?V. ? A. . iJ-tf las. H - t. A li ?JAMS, w ATTORNEYS AT LAW ?>(>..Dt il" h. ? i asa, I age, l'r. larli '. .1,1 leihe ?s*?l?l attentl Uatttea ?I attis?e, A p tr ;..'. Offxet 3i&gr*der. WOODSTOt'K VA, - theooutt? nf Mh.r? a sateei utlonglveu t stase aad ble cae? ?ill as IB ?I Friday ?ad Satur ? . ?tic?. HH.R1 XI rOREY AT LAW, K, - - ?VIRGINIA. Will t- ? iloali, t.. and in - BwatT ' ' BO?T I I I it-a:.k- . ?. il Wool?! .t\. * r> i Ms. S I ?K NT I ST, B public (hat hit pro ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 April 1885

siIsaCOWKUXTBT TH B HERALD COMPANY WOODNTOCK, VIRGINIA. i innw. April 17, tasa. ENGLAND AND RUSSIA. That war between Russia and England is a certainty in the near future, whether the complications ot the present shall be amicably ad t ust et I or not, is a demonstrated piopositioti. The attrition of in (crests of these rival powers must reach its climax in Asia, where both struggle for supremacy. Por, among the great European powt-is, Russia and Englsnd are the ou'y disputants for empire in English control of India has been fruitful of wealth, and among the last acts of Disraeli, when Prime .Mi nisi er, was to have Queen Vic loria titled Km press of ludia. This to Aaaj Hi/.e the Asiatic subjects of Her Majesty. Such English trib l b tentai loyalty hsve been ded ieceutly by williug ser \ ue to 'he Queen of regiments en d iu India. VTA i-' England's power iu Asia lias been settled and strengthened ?uturv and a-balf of onquest ami diplomacy, Russia has been Stead aft in the same di? re...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 April 1885

34* Vi ?fl BOMJjfjvU WOODSTOCK ^^ [Entered at the Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., ai eoood-class matter. I !I>\Y, April 17. I?-S5. Premium? ?or Mibacrlaent. ! i ::si l? is approaching the end of it? first year ae an tti'lept-n.ieiit journal linder it? new proprietorship, with 416 .- ?tibacriliers than at tbe be? gin ing of the year. We still want more. i? tbe cbeapeet paper we kmw of considering the quantity of read -applies each week. In order to increa*-.? our circulation ?till further, we will give to any man or boy who furntahee M tin? uiuet cash suliscriber? for one year at $l.i?i, between now aud May 15th, a f-JO watcb. to be selecteil bv himself at ? wateh and jewelry store, and to tbu lady who shall do the sein?-, we will give a premium of a ten-dollar breaat-pin, ear ring? or other jewelry, to be selected by herself at Hargelt's. Try it and ase how easily you may secute tbe premium. We will publish the number eent in by each competitor for tbeee premiums, so m be no part...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 April 1885

?4 AND FIRESIDE. OIJECT OF EATIN6. Mali'? Journal of Health. We eat tor warmth and strength ; hence almost all articles of food have both these elements : have carbou to warm, and nitrogen U? strengthen, to give powei to work. Butter, sugar and oils are almost all carbon. All bread and grains are mainly" carbon. Meat - s?;. of all kinds, abound in nitrogen. ' Food which has most nitrogen is roost ' nutritious.' Butter has 83 per cent, of carbon and no nitrogen: 3tgg has no carbon and 20 per t of nitrogen. Milk contains two parts of warmth and one of strength. Bread contains one part of nitrogen and eight of carbons lb is thus seen that in Htt-VMace lo eating, carbon?which ? i? charcoal fuel?and warmth are I orfraad the same thing; while ' Silrogen?which is in effei r?fives flesh or muscle, which an- one and the same thing In sub stance with strength. It is also seen that m)Mt articles of food have more carbon or warmth than nitro gen or strength, showing that ?* takes inore to keep ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 April 1885

VOL 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1886. NO. 2&?*? U Bt'MJ?HH> WIKLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY Snbacrlptton. O? Doclar awd a hai? per year payable in advance. Sabaoriptions not \ ?id at time of tab? let bina may runth.ee months for re ?oniaible partie?. Rat after that time $100 will be charged without ?arianee in any caae ill eomraonicatioua of a ttrietly privait na'oie will ba maerted only aa adtertiae TH? LUhRALD JOB OFFICB, la eootplete in every reapeot, Editorial mm, baaiaea? ?aloe and atonie preaeee be tween Railroad and Main atmet?, e?eawi-i!. i ' ' ".i '- -Ai-'? ? ROBT. K-SrONEBURNER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IDIHBORCK SUlUf AMDOAB CO., VA. Will prattJit in the courta of Sh cuan inaw. tiiti adjoining oouotiea. Special ?ttouttoa to Collection of Claim?. Hots 3,-^ly. I T1IMBTT, Ja., L?? ATTOBBBl AT LAW. Commissioner in chancery, AMD MWAHT crBl.10. MT.JACKBOH, - ? VlHOIMIA. Mar It-lT. JAMES C. BAKER. J*., ??wrtw? UA.11TON a* UOYI>. (Tack** k?? u? i*rtatr**ia la ?a? .??...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 April 1885

*ntMWQM TttMJ-D IB ?rwj?nr.D webki.t nv WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. VBIDAY, April 24. 1*S5. ?HI AIlTT?lC?ORS. Within the past ten days Gener? al Grant, whatever the ultimate resnlt of his affliction?, has given his friends, and they seem to em? brace all the American people, save General Early, sincere pleasure by wonderful display of recuperative power. Almost as much as in the ease of President Garfleld, the al? ternations in Grant's case have been watched by the American public, although the pathetic inter? est has been of a different charac? ter. The Northern press notes with much reciprocal warmth the aftec tionate solieitade of the South for Grant, and emphasizes Jubal Ear ly'a growling only as bringing out in bolder relief the manly utter? ances of Lee's surviving veterans. But the pnblic has not failed to keep its eye upon the doctors em? ployed in General Giant's case, and whether the old hero shall live or die soon, his physicians will receive no tender criticism. The public bei ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 April 1885

WOODSTOCK VA. [ Entered at the Poet Office, at Wood ?lock, V?., a? eoond-clata matter. IHIUtV, April 94. MM Premiums .or Knbiteriiiem. The ?Iki??i.i> i? approaching the ma el ita finit year aa an inilcpcn.Uut journal under ita new proprietorship, with 41i> more bon a Ml subset ?Imts than lit the be? gin ?tig afthl year. We still want more, i The iIkkiih i- tin cheapeet |>ai>er we I know of consideting the quantity of read- ? ing matter it supplice each week. In order to increase our circulation still further, we will give to any man or boy who furatahet ua the moat ca.ih subscribers for one year at $l.'iO, hetweeu now and May lr>tli, a $VU watch, to be select?*! by himtelf at liargelt's watch a?id jewelry -.tore, and to the ladr who ?ball do the tame, we will give a premium of a teu-dollar breaet-pin, ear rings or other jewelry, to be selected by herself ut li.iigelt'?.. Try it and tee how easily you may si tute the premium. We will publish th? number tout in by each ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 April 1885

FAR" ANO FIRESIDE. Eiters Need nt Doctors. were stuck recently by tbe it* a doctor friend of ours, 10 one thing will do m ? ko people independent Heal profession as tbe Iree use of fruit. He had l M at thoso farmers in whoso '?nit was regularly anil ronsamed, seldom needed We thought what I farmer in the land : ol be convinced of these It is a deplorable fsct that ii ?lies do not enjoy that . iltb that country air and : ! le, with plenty of exer inld give. It Is also a fact B m fat ms whose rich i.-hmj to produce abund ? i... varied fruit?, bnt \ ? plenty, and many v fruit, except it -louai apple. The a Ard ?oid in a majority ol its largely ?it ntti r anil meat I in gr. 'ase, iiml win re .. In used, it n portion iu it? t'wuiiiuM I tins fuwl is eaten at , and, in many ' I : lay. year iu and ycftl wonder that they I ? ilthy, and that ' ailing diseases m m tivci consomption of ! ' If fiuits were expen -??. there would ' i ' 'T ' there is no i ol hi eoiuitrjy.?:thniit plenty ?o?x1*1to i...

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

65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY I, 1885. NO. 27. ? PtBlIHllKD WEfttT.LT BT THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription. Onk I>ol?.ar anda ilAtr per year payable in advance. Subscriptions not ?aid at time of tub tor luiiir may run th.te mouths for re le iiiirtiee. But aftut that time ??.On Ail! be charged without variance Id any case. ill communications of a strictly private native v, ill be ititerted only at advertise? ments. TUE nERALD JOB OFFICE, ia eomplete in every reepeet. Editorial room, butines? office and steam preaeea be? tween Railroad aud Mam ttreets. KORT. K. STOXEBl'UNKit, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IDIBBDJM, ShenaM'ihh Co., Va. Will praelive in the courts of Sh ?nau doah aud adjoiuiug couulies. Special ?Ueution tu Collection o? Claims. Nov. 1?1?, IIKIt-LBlI. Ja., j' ATTOhSBT AT LAW, Commissioner in chancery, OiU BOTABl II'DUO, M-r. JACK?u.t, - - Viuia.MA. bt.y 21-1?. JvMK> 0. i:\KKR. Jr., ?..m HaJIXON ?5k lioYl?. I law lu partacfabl? tu th. coontl-a ,1 ?b?n?n.t,stb and PaKc lb? |...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 May 1885

. i WKBXLT BY THB HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FaaaAMkV, Mmf 1, ls??*5. THE THE?C OF THE HOUR. In recognition of the all-engross 'pic that now agitates Vir aid absorbs the attention of the on tue country, tho Hbbaxd I s its present iasoe largely to cent decision of the Supreme Court ot" the United States which menaces the sovereignty and the 'od of Virginia. In tbe pres? ence o? this Supreme peril to the .?u wealth all other issues are ni mt.i insignificance, aud for p come, seri?os and prolong ?1 d sei mou of them would be Ciueuce. It cannot be said that tbe Her . . es tho boot showing in the i it makes from leading . to the cause of the .s ?gainst her assailants. On the QoataTSjri we quote largely from .!?e ooiupilatiou made by the Balti lm>, amlYirgiuians who have -tiuggkd >iuce 1871 for the liber perties of the State and her pi ?'pie, know what scant justice they Lav ever had from that organ id the ltoudholders and brokers of Baltimore, the principal market for i ?o...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 May 1885

STtENANDO/tTt TtETtAtD ? -> slTSQ -^"u; VTA.. K ...? V, Hay 1 l?*^5 Praaaileiaas for UMBtserlsxra uuder it? new proprletorahlp, with 41*', wore bon? tide subscribe is '.hau ut the be? gin ing of tbe year. We eMIl want more. The iIkkai n is the cht-.i knDW of coiisidwing the .piiintity il n ;ni ".e, k Iu order to increase our circulation still farther, we Will give to any um i or boy a DO fut tiishes ns the Huait cash sin at 11.50, lietwi-eii li >\v and M tv 15th. S $?.11 watch, to be teleeltd 1.V I. llargelt't watch and jeweli;. the lady who shall d., tasaaise. w? ?ill give a pruiiiiuiu of a teu-dnllai hi I ear-ring? or other Jewelry, to be a by herself a' I I ry it and ?ee how easily TOS las premium. We will piildisli the BBBkbei sent in by each competitor fur these premiums, so th^re can he no partiality. If th? be fui ni shut by u latir, the pre miutii will be rev.- ? GBNBRAL LOCAL NEWS, scarce. Mr W '. M postmast i Nee Market S I I of celebrating thi) fourth tl - A home be...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 May 1885

FARM AND FIRESIDE. There are few if any fertilizers in the market that possess so many desirable ?vuacti?es as food wood ashes; being rich in potash, and having a fair proportion of phos? phoric acid, they supply two im? portant materials that are deficient in most soils. Bat there are other important elements that are not only beneficial, bat important for plant growth. Wood ashes con? tain large quantities of lime ; not Btone lime bat lime that is finer and more soluble ; it having once been in a condition to enter planta, it again readily comes into a con? dition to be taken op by growing plants, mnch more so than the common stone lime. Ashes eon tain two other important elements, namely, magnesia and silica ; these are both necessary for plant growth, and, like the lime, thev are in the right condition to be readily taken up by the grown plant?. In tact, wood ashes being the mineral ele? ments of vegetation, they contain all of the mineral elements for the growth of other vegeta...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 May 1885

M if %> \ ?frfe \ \ Y^M A ?I . 1 .I1 "? VOL. 65, WOODSTOCK, V1R(.IN!A. FRIDAY, MAY 8, t?S6. NO. -2-s. 8*t?-N/4N?0y?tt Wftfilt 18 PfBLIaH?D WEBBLT KT T?. K HERALD COMPANY Subscription Oxt hda halp ] per year payable in advu Subscriptions not \ ?id ut Urne o( snb sor liinjr muy run th.-?e nioptha tor n nortaaible Mrtlea. Bat t*it?-t thai time r ? ill M charged without viiriuuie la ; any ease. All i.ni.muuiiatioiis i i a strictly private ! natur- mil be' inaerted only a* advertiser"! menta. TBK ULI: vi.I) JOB OPFli k; la complete la every paapeet. Editorial I ruHiui, business office and steam !"? tweeo Kail.-?.??! aad Main atrtata ROBT. K.SIONKIUKNKU, ATTORNEY Al EUl.NUt'lUi, SllKNASI'.cUl ? '>?? V'Aj Will practice in the courts of doavh aud adjoiumg chu 8pevial alleiuiou to Collect urn of Claim*. Nav. X-ly ATtUUNBI AT L*W, Commissioner in chancery, ?Nil NOlAlt? 1 IUI.K'. MT. aUCJUOX, - ? VUaOtJHA. ?US ?-It. JAMBS C. BAK.KH, Jr.., --wirll UAUTt? a* HOY I?. t**s. lie? law tu j-art...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 May 1885

SfttNANDOM HEUAtD IS HCBiJbBtll WKKKLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIROISIA. FRIDAY. **1?y ?, 1S85. A UOIEL REFORMER. It has been something more than twenty years since James I!. Doolit tie, then a Republican Senator from Wisconsin, became a u mug? wump ;" He joined the forces ol Andrew Johnsen subsequently, and by easy and natural gradiente got into the Democratic Tarty. He shared the cold rietnals to which, as a national organisation, the Democracy was condemned nntil the accidental election of Cleveland. Doolittle was as hun? gry all this time as any other Democrat, and when the Cleveland administration began its uncertain career, he vied with Dan Manning, Gorman, Higgins, and tho rest of the ardent "reformers," for a chance to serve the canse of Re? form. He sought the Anstrian mission, bnt Keiley secure?! that after his failure to get to Home, and now Doolittlo wants almost any? thing that would give him a chance to ?'reform something" or some? body. Doolittle has excellen...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 May 1885

WOODSTOCK VA,_ ( Entered at the Poet Office, at Woodito? k, V?., a? eooud-claiut matter. FRIDAY, VIa> ? ISSR. Premium? fur .siiits.triii? i?? i'oe RatXaU is approaching the end of IU Ural year a? au inlep.-!id. ut j.in nal under it? new proprietorship, with 4It; more bona tide subscribers ?ban at the lit gluing at tbe year. We still want unite. Tbe 1lKKAi.1t is the cbea'ieat paper we know of considering the ?i uautit v of read? ing matter it supplies each week. Iu ordet to incraaae our circulation still farther, we will give to any man or boy who furnishes us tbe moot ca?h snbecrihere for one year at 11.50, between now and May IMS, a $<K) watch, to be selected bv himself at lUrgelt'? watch and jewelry atore, .mil to the lady who ?ball do the ?ame. we will give a preminm of a ten-dollar In ?ar rings or other jewelry, to be selected by ber?elf at Bargelt's. Try it and MB how eauily you may ??uti- th? prviuium. We will publish tbe number tent in by esek competitor for theae premi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 May 1885

forwarding Garden Vegetables. When the gardner give? ? plant a special advantage the result of which is to cause it to produce or maturo earlier than it otherwise would, he is said to 'forward' it. Tomatoes will 1-ear long before frost, if the seeds are sown in the open ground. By sowfrtg seeds ?abotWaudr^wiog t*e plants thfi tomato is forwarded. If -l til, plants kept in a hot-house to il'mie fnpt 0 tho early ^frirtg; I be 'forcing.' ( ncnmber?? are ??teil under glass, but -they may ja1&) be forwarded. F?o illustra m jiou; to forward the cuc?mlior, till Bj?jjiei'our-iuch pots with fine, rich soil,sow half a doten (ucuuibcr setsUiu each and eft the pots m .t h?t be?I, or stand them'?rTa box which can be set on the sill of the kitcheu window. Another; method of starting the seeds, if a gnu! piece of turf can be had, isthis: Take up a thick, strong nod aud'tit it to a ?hallow box with the gnu*?, side down. The sides of tin? box need not be over three inch? With a stiong kuife, cut...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 May 1885

/.aVwc^aff*' ettU ja --^BQlat^'?eV- *** '7??!?r?e#fei*t VOL 65. WOODSTOCK, HRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1885. NO. 29. U FCBLISHSD WBEBLY BY THS HERALD COMPANY SaaaeriptloB, Oxs DoLUta amd a hau ?tar re?? parable in advance. riubecriptions sot i aid at time of tob eer bina may ro.nth.-ee mouth? for re? ponAeible partita, bal after that time ?'?.00 ?ill be charged without ?ariaut-e in any ease. ?ill oommunieationa of a ttrictly private nature will ba ineerted only aa adrertiee TI1I HERALD JOB OFFICE, ta complete is ?eery reapect. Editorial reom, buaiueas office and ?team ure??et be? tween Railroad and Main ttrnet?. K?BT. E.SI'?XEBUH>*EK, ATTORNK? AT LAW, SdIMMUBQ, 8HKNA.MDOAH Co., VA. Will praetiee in the eetutt ot SU i-uau doali aud adjcttalug counkiae. Special atvaitiuu to Cwlltetiou ot Claima. Mor. J.?-ly I TBIrLSTT, la., L.? ATTOSBB1 AT LAW, C^m?ta?ioner in Chancery, ?NI? BTOlAST fOSUU. ?aT.JACKSOM, * YlHUINIA BtiaVdt JAMBS C. BAKER, Ja.. -aaava HA. lit O > A UOYO. rrtctie? aw a...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 May 1885

IS ?CBUSIHED WEKKt.T BT THE IIERALD COMPAX Y WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, "?lay 13, I ?83. i1 , ? THE PRESSURE 60ES ON. The consecatito weeks bring their cumulative troubles and apprehen? sions to the Cleveland adminis? tr?t ion. If not in the trough ot the sea already, it is certainly drift? ing into waters from which ite rescue is to be achieved if at all, by methods unknown to skilled political mariners. Its enemies multiply rapidly aud iucrease in power ami importance. Sen..tor Kustis of Louisiana 13 quickly joined by the powei tul organ of Western Democracy, the Cincinnati En? quirer, aud the formidable inouey power ami skill in polities of the McLeans who own tin? Enquirer. Mcauwhilo the administration has quieted some of its critics by mollifying lotions of patronage. Henry Watterson, of theLonisville Courier-Journal, who would not even attend the President's inaugu? ration, recently telegraphed his paper that he had goue to \ in?ton with an attack of ''sore eyes," through wh...

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