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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 May 1885

WOODSTOCK V-*V. ? v V?., ae t-eoml-clasH inatter. tltllit .. siH.v 13 1895. CF.Nl'.l'A!. UM'AI. NF.vYS. Bali pollue*) partie* ail! ho State Otsav?nt o July. Honre the 'Uoyh' in tuivi. eacliaidoarecalling ?heuth.-r side Jii-llar?. J. It. Striokler, wi. .11? autl ? 111 the hotel h tehaseil the interest of ("apt. .1. K. m the Xront Boyal H.,i,-I. ? ii! be do preaehlng at the Chris? tian church at this pWu nw in-4 t.. i In- 1 otn the i county. hut In- \-1 ! be here aiol preach on j . Mm,lay in this moi,th, morning an.l Bight ilt the 11 ?- ? - * ? ^? ,1 fully d?<! l.?-.i! hase hall players : The li:isi-li-.ill nui|>ir>< 111.i? |<o-,i^reat II 111 . '?ICI ?Avtor The IIki: vi.i> cje number of | new subscriber? on Xlou>l;iy and ws* kind- - 1> renumbered In a ? pjiinn* >ns. tumble at tin* sea- 1 wni i>y eottlng all to pi ?tve?, haro lioeffeet upon them. The imprudent btl . right bt nei's ,y. s. A few ilayta^ietnu men engnged in 1 ? M ?i-a-kieiit bj it tr,<e fa...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 May 1885

Spring Ciri Of T.i Strawberry. As soon as the cold weather is over the winter covering of ttie strawberry bed should be removed and it the vines have been permit? ted to run togetber,paths should be hoed oat so as to give a chanco to gatlii r tbe fruit without trending on the vines. As a rule it will not pay to hue strawberry vines that are to bear the pr*>ent wsnson, for unless the werk be dene very early in the season, and done with great care, it will so ?iistnrb the vines that it will reduce rather than in? ??casethe amount of fruit; aud if taa>av>il bo stirred much the fruit will fjofbo clean, unless the vines be wea^aklied. StiiivTberry beds that were ,kept as clean last aa tnmn as they should hare been, will not be injured much by weeds or grass until after the fruit is rtpe; then the vines should be thinned out aud kept wall ?activated until cold waaltier, if anottier crop i>f fruit is aoapi etsxl. Wteri atily a assail bed of straw? berries are grown in the ganie...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 May 1885

Vol.. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, I'll I DAY. MAY ?i, 1805. NO. :50. ,1 V BY Tin: ill M l?AN Y i un y Per ] any aaSaja will be iaeerted onljraa adrertlee BBwaatw, III'. ETEBALD JOB ?>1 1 I' ia coin| loom, buhiiitiu. oui jo und -.team pi-eaaeebe M.un ?treeta. LEMUEL I:iM:DIa. \Tl"i.\i V \l LAW, Woni'-;- - Vil Iding, la ., which lie c.t.i in' l.ouiil .. '.'? *? ly. KUBT. .?.n.M..:. .1'1,'M \ A I Bdiss ,1? ? o.? v V. Wi.l i 8h tiiau CommiBBioncr In chancery, - Y: JABE : .V It? l\ 1). IT.? ? V.W. . '? , . \ r i aw, DSTOt r, ? C??STT. , \. . !?-tf ? .?. II. Wll T. WlLl.lkMS, \v AT. 4T 1 AtV ?TK \ \ ra.ile? Ut :be ("?wit? of Stieu.ndo. -Irk ?nd tVarrea (?,:litlr?;?l.o ? kaCou 'UJ m tb? ?aa?I?l al -n to tb. rolle?tloa of I H. ? vW, \ uraeiaA, ' Circuit aajro u??r. 1. watattB, arlLAB tl'AL?lUt L KEI ?> rroBNKV! AT LAW, v, ?i " ' if- ? 1 ... ' I. J. ? i,ro D ? IK llll-l? J III?. ' l?r- r. I b. ?a ' ' 1825. 1886 OLD DRUG STOKE, WOODSTOCK VA . . takliabrd ?r .ut MSI by De. Jobn O. Hchmitl B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 May 1885

18 FCBUsHED WEBKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VHtf'lHIA. FRIDAY, nmy 2?. IS8S Let the greatest good to the greatest number be the principle upon which our laws are matte and enforced, and the highest object of legislation will always be attained. Every man who works for a liv? ing on a farm, on a railroad or else? where, is equally interested in pro ciuing such legislation as will guarantee justice between railroad corporations und their patrons. Possession of land implies the duty of living on it, and by it, if there is enough to live on ; then, having got one"s own life from it by ouo's own labor, or wise super intendenceof labor, if there is more land thati is euough for one's self, the duty of making It fruitful and beautiful for as many more as can live on it. After all the bourbon mud Hing? ing about treasury robbing, it uow turus out that the count of cash by tho new Secretary of tho treasuiy reveals a deficit of)ust two cents. This all the loss after twenty four years ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 May 1885

St?ENM-OO^tt TtErt/U?) WOODSTOCK VA. red at the Poal Offloe,*1 U ?nd-, !ase mallei. I'KIDW, naj n iss.-? . L I ..???LIB II G en Mal local nfws. ., ng?** trains ,? I'm,, h iitiw chanta enfuies st ilarriaonburg. li is t.s. u?wwli 1,11 \|,c.a poopU ;.. tut uiahtbf mil .nul lilniit ihc ti, es tti.i. [,, t us have soti?ethinc; like tu BSBaTBlluB. ! ..tomac l'tiiifcrt-iic- nf tho Virginia St ikhI will meet in St. 1.nhes chinch i.n thi-'.'i'.tli. at " I -' ?tl.'i-lv. 1'. M. If tbo promu,- vi locust l,!,H.in is lUsli uf a t.uii erofj, w? shall ? |?irk?*rs next fall. Any person wishing the lust rtenett el 11 tur?) ? ill stud hi? name ami ah! ? ty ol tho Kclotiiit-tl thnrth will lin-.-t hen- ..ii lu,?lay night ne\t. Th.-exerciws will l?- ?i an inter? esting chai ? Ju?t as ?(? ?o t.. ptBaa we k am that II. ip pointed United States Diatrlct Attorn?) i,,i ihn tlisliiet, iu place of 1?. S. I., .vis uii.uvtil ?A ??)? ??wa? l'lier.- Will U, a UlBporane? meeting bclil hi tin-- l'rt'shtti'imii inarch...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 May 1885

71s VV?ies of tila Hcuseiiold. nowu say i tig that iivi* with ele a American houae - frequently tl -,;, it i-s also true* ' Of t?u, t !i ? -s to the offal ?steel so ?>y the 1 .i ?? i : how to dis :i in liny other wej. - The dainty utiiizatiou of scraps is a subject that well repay s the thoughtful study ofauy house wife, and even the least origiual cook can often ' evolve from her inner con sx'iousnesafaa ajTp?asfjftjjHi-HU from eol.l frfglsf^^Qrefc Sight appear "?Tterfy cupromising. Id this in.i'.ter, however, the mistress. ally depend upon her .Faur bi_eliii{,s s in the ro do it or appre l f |f f lijlijjf ?'??a** ' trtio aaving does it make it ?id biicoti left from i A swm^flrreiT ?*? i beef?too small to appear ibis again?is bei j *i t>|fctet?^?V>he'- beggar who ; i a con ?Hlsj??Bs*??>swwals*>?I?Aa^^ 'I into : isli. Hear iiow one ? d i| <s I of s? ni i ? ? the ?-"in bt-ef ami added half as^^iyjijAj4 i,i*s?<?| |it>:aiei,.eiif rawee. bopped onion and croquett...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 May 1885

? f 11 V(t|, 65. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1885. NO. 31. k< : in B KB \U? ? ON PAN V ? of a strictly private nature ??II l*> timrtrt only m ?dv? TH1 liKi: \!.l> JOB OWN ' ? LEMUEL BORD LAW, \V,.,.:-' ROBT. !. ?- ? SEE. Al rOKKl i A I LAW. i;i>i.Maiui, Auks ?.xd ih< Commissioner in chancery, ?NU NU I ?>'.. > ' ? \ : M? I JAMES C. BAKER Jr., VI ? . hau i < i v .^ ni >\ i>. Mit WIV I. BOR ? - A 111 UM.VS AT LA? . ..?a. ,-i?r?. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DSTUt A, \ UN DO A H UOUNTA w M. T. \Y ATTORNEYS AT LAW ud mlln J ? ? i r AT I. A T, I K VA. e4f**eal eomntlee. ttT ipcn?; ?tteiitlonjlTen to the collection ' I tint?! I . Me cere *RLl.v *?y, before t;.- t?dTiHli;ul ?cb. i ?r. 1. H J -?it'-tH?. -tf. n. H.RIDUI T LAW, Woo]' Virginia. Will doah, 1' ?our. i. ?rii.nr.n. \\- ILKER & Kl VV ATTORNEYS AT I \K A- MA R . ?VI?.EON jQH?L i>k.n : Kw?|if< Mully lut in illc tbu ! i i -i pro. 01 1'. J. I ti t?. D I!, i'-. P. tf APHIS A BRO. i >in t ?~' ?-.? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 May 1885

13 PCBUsnKD WKKZtLY ?Y THE HERALD" COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VI ll< H NI A. FRIDAY, -nay 29, 1885 Statesmanship disappears when caucus fixers and spoils In. . Mime fu? leadershipof any party. Tyranny of (?pinion is twin broth? er to Tyranny of Sword ;?you can uot foster the former without invit? ing the latter. We should be actuated by more than personal and selfish considera? tions If wo would make tho world better because we live in it. It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a uoedle than for workinguien to get justice from their representatives iu the legisla? ture. The S|>lriS Of iudej>endcnce Is growing among all parties, and should hard times continue a few years, the old parties will be monu? ments to the foolishness of leaders. The amount of wages paid to labor determines the consumption ot products?so, it there is an ap? parent overproduction, it is wholly attributable to the underpay of I altor. It makes all the difference be? tween good times or bad whether t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 May 1885

WOOD8TOCK VA. Va., ae sooo? eis - i FltllttV, Mity 2., Iss., 1 M ?WS. . atoot?j righting toi B lin/h it is nul - 11 v tu ?i>i-ak m' Hiile. ? our vom | Tho f.. put ?ut Ib tics tonnt]. Mr. .!?-? ;?'?? \ B Va., B - ty jail fei ?? looi. 'Mio BOOtrai t !'??: I - awardul to A 1 Lis < Th C'him : May H I ?>1 ti. OtOOgl was forme: ly from IS : hint hii dsolh wit! '" of fn A Woo itock, y< ? irlio with a Ii of tie lat<r. bot 1 like a null of ? t .m of its fissl from th ralilv improt Oll 111. Jon lunch, lio) milk. '? Mr. ' I Ml .1 advert Bjraalrj rodaaad pri ? It is of t: from ? - to-i ? tr . that reta':-. .1 for? anl l ? or I -lia)! pr< i cd to i ? law. menug, and for t .-ouiig | ]? rfi( t propriety . hap; ) ?th acco will . I of In* 01 led I and will Court. Ki ' Bov. .i. ill preach at the Ckrisl Church ncit Load's Day morning . liours. Ob night lie will preach at Mt. Salom scl holiee, south of Woodstock, l'ublic c dially Invited. Ttie people of our Iowa ?ere furoisl will BBBI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 May 1885

SPECIAL FARMING. - m the rarioti? cue? of the science ol' agriculture are quite as mo - in any other science. It is by the laborH ami researches of persons ?ho devote tbeii attention to ou? branch ut ?tody thai the most r.i[ii?l unit uiaiked advances are made In the development of science and art. Sir ,lohu Lubbock, the I'.nglinh uatwalist, often devote? weeks ami" months to the patient study and careful oliscrvatiou uf a single colony of ants, or ot a few iniprisoiu'ii wasps or othei oilier men have giren yean to the study of a single phenomenon of nature?men like Newton, Davy, and Agaesiz. And the result of such study and observation has been the marvellous ?lis. andthe wonderful inventions anil improvements of tho present day. Ami so to specialists in agricul? ture do we owe many of the uio.st naetal inventions and improvement in that department. Tho best stock breeders, batterraakerg.fruit growers, vegetable gardeners, poul? try and bee-keepers are men who gire ?acli their best ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 June 1885

YOL 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1885. NO. 32. U ImIIH) WKKai.Y BY TB I HERALD COMPANY ? BAU jwr yrar payable in advaaoa, I ii.1 at tlino "f SitU oer ?ink pa ij run lb ? l?oi .. Hut after thai i'i.Usi .vi 11 in- oharged withoul ?.manee iu ; any case. Allot.iuiiiuiiirations of a strict!' oarare will be inserted oulyan adve.-tisc asanto, raj iir.i:\i D job on i' K la eoiiipl.t?' in e-vry 1MBttt Editorial roon ,.l ml Main - ?? i i ? ? ' ?-??. i? LEMUEL BORD M rORKl 1 M LAW, WiH.i-. : Vui.iiMv. orosMur wateaa? oao be found all day ol ' iJoBT. l-.SlONl.r.l'KNKK, I ?. AlloKNlA U LAW, KfiMii i;", toa* txDOAH Co., V v WlUpraotleo in the eourtaof Rh?nan ?Wh ?u?l adjotnini Special attaint' u to ? ? - etlon ol Claims. | _ Commissioner iu Chancery, \NU B01 aBl ' l : Mt.Jaokbon, - ? Vl NIA. May Jl "W.-lv. tf JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., -.Wim- ? - llAUTO-N ?t i;??Y 1?. ? la? In partasralitp > S I an ?i.a l ?jr. . Oaf? ., ?? Va Address Mot : \Y !>. L BORUM, * ' s A'l'H BSEYS AT LAW. Wil...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 June 1885

l? riEHsllKI) Wr.EBI.Y BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIBOIMIA. FRIDAY, Jane 5, 1883 t . 'J THOUGHTS, SELECT AND ORIGINAL, (.'asta is a curse to any people and must be overborne or it will destroy all rights ami privileges. If there are any small boys who want to scalp Indians, they are advised to emigrate to New Mexico and begin on the Apaches. A (?corgia defaulting bank presi? dent recently eut his own throat. Tho doctors think he will recover hut that tlio depositors will not. Mr. Cleveland should recon.stuct the weather bureau on the ground of the offensive incapacity of its chief. The postmasters all 'accepted the situation'the week after tin tion, but they are by no means 're? signed If tt man empties his purse into his head, no mau can take it away from him. An investment in knowl? edge always paya the best interest. On no account should a i?oliti fian ever bo allowed to apeak nt soldier memorial services. Politi? cians make the wars. In olden times ambitious men conquered ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 June 1885

WOOD8TO C K VA. [ Enterad at the Pont Office, at Woodstock, Va., ai -ecoiid-clasM matter. tillIMV, .lilil?' 5 ISSojV THAT WATCH ! Edgar ka Hisey got tin- tratest for the largest number of subscribers to the lln: ai.D to May 15th. There ?red ouipetitors, but " K.l" gave Ins Satin,lay ?.viuing? to the work ami ?on A Son furuiob?-?! the wat? It. Prtiins tor Campaign Subscribers. We uow propose to give a Isfl walvti I? SS Baal at Harwell ?V Sou's tu tie person ?eliding us the halfjael iiiimli. i I caoh ?ubacitbers fur the campaign, from July Ut t.. m-i.uiixi 1st, :?t tin? eenta each, uot toi?- i?s-, ti.ni BO. Wa .1?. not cmhut'thu luiuilwi l?auy paiiiiulai . l-'or the secoml Ingheot ???? will give a haudoome set of table ami tea spoona, Oliver plali-lni BogSCI make, ami w.n r an ted. To anccrtaiu S?ajtbw we pay 001 premiums ask liaigeil .V Sun. ober you have till July 1st to get these premiums. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Senator Rid.lleberg.-r is m Washington this week, but will return r'ii.la...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 June 1885

HINTS ON CHICKEN RAISINS. The proper leetlioi] and et for tbechicL.-, detciininesthe pi ot poultry rrtisin-e. For the twenty-four houjs do not Ml chicks, at all. Tho yelk of the which has been absorben, b chick just before batching, giv tbo nutrirr-it required durirtj time. Keep the chicks quiet warm, and after twelve boui s eau bave a little milk, sweet, or bnttermtlk. Water is not ed during tbo first two veal tbe chick's lite, but milk mm giren in small quantities at a and often. L'iie drinking vc must be kept perfectly deai fact, sbonld be washed out t time a drink is ?riven, lin water is one of tbe most impoi -onrces of disease. For tbe first two weekft el may lie fed as follow doaeii eggs, break them into quart of sweet, sour, or biitt?-ri atirtbe eggs and milk togetln for a custard, and use this cus to moisten tie meal made fron foHowiiig graiii? : Two parts wl one part oats, one part buckwl one part barley, and one part ( all ground together, ftflx tins i with tho eggs and ru...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 August 1885

?i '? : " %V. ? . VOL 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST II, 1885. NO. 33. 18 Pfli: Kl Y 1IY THE HSRA1 D COMPAN V rtptton, ''m i ' ? i ' per year Btkyablt la m- nine. Sulie-crn:.' ? ?er htoo inav ron th tee ? ?'?.un oil] be any case. ?11 communication? of a if nature will be ????-ri?-?! only ??s uvertlae satnt*. THE HKUAl.li JOB 0F1 K it c?mplete in every NafkMt Editorial room, buaincs-i tattoo ami si. t?eeu KailroaU and Main -' LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOOaMBOCE, Vila.IM t. (m nit,?K?x?iii N't?. -, Barnei linilding, in or near ?Inch bo eon In foood ??II day ol nearly or ?tuiu- ttarj day, stt KURT. EsSTOaNEBURNER, ATTOatlSK. ,1 LAW, ?slilNIU'rlO. SllbVtMo til < ?'.. \ t. Will practice 'H ti?- ' 'i ? doth ?lid auljollilnc' coil'... Specitvl attention toi ollecliou ul Hov. 3.-1.V Lt uli-l.f. i. a Commissioner in Chancery, AND BO kB. i I Mt. Jackson, ? ? Vi stay it ?*?.-!?. tf JAMES C. BAKER, Ja., UAHTOW -v lio. n. Practice law : , . ? Bbeuandeab and Pso?. of each i ?eea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 August 1885

att?1WD0Afr *t?1*/UD IS ri'BUsllKl? WK.KKI 'i I'.Y THE nKRALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIROINIA. FKllttY. UMM II, iss.V roa Qoi 11. HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Kii'bmund City. FOU LIE'. TLNANT (??VKKN'nK ! HON. H. C. WOOD, aft) County. PTJ? Vn'OLNLV-lil'.M'.KAL: HON. F. S. BLAIR, ?iinty. tul: HO- HOI SI OF DaUasaOATXS HENRY H. HAUN. THE CONVENTION AND NOMINEE. The county convention which me in the court house on Monday tu composed of 78 delegates. Tlie rt suit of a short and harmonious ses sion was Cae nomination of Henr li. 11 aim for the House of Dele gates. We have never seen a bet ter feeling prevail among caiuii dates anil their respective luends and all went home resolved toelec the nominee. Mr. Sana la well known through out our county. He lias never bcci u politician in tho general that term, but he has always l?cei acute and pronounced in his opm ions on matters concerning tit? xtell.ire of his county and state, lit M i\?d in twocuunty olllces am: his settlements in both testify toan i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 August 1885

WOODSTOCK, VA. [Entered at the Pi?! Office,at Woodstock, Va., aa -?cond-cla?? matter. FRIDAY, II (.1 ST 1 I. l?ss.->. t QEVKRAL LOCAL NEWS. Call on A. L. Jamison ha Q Ober A Sons' Company celebrated fertilizers. Mr. U?x>. E. Eaetmadc has l.c-n appoint ed aa?ist.uit : county. On Monday aaralag kaal tit? daad body af a white infant, baarlag narks of vlo? lenoe, was found l.wng bsOMof the street! of Stannton. The clerks iu tin- BtatUtoa :? preaented Msj. Saml. Y out, tho i, I postmaster, with a l.eiintiful gold-htosded ebony cane appropriately luaeribed. itev. A. A. J. Hushing ?ill hold eon? Oiuniun services at St. 1 .?nluy next, the Mth tant Prepara! on Saturday piec-ding. Mr. 1'. N.K.nan, the well-known livery man of Winchester, dM on 1 We have h.-anlno part.- . bis death was sudden ami uiiexi?? tt-.l. Hont you fcifat ssatl th?- Cotnmbla Furnace brass lian.l, under th.< ksskdol young friend. Will train, - . n musical ?SpnlaHtlsOaV TsMTJ have a | handsome uniform an.l tuai. L...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 August 1885

HEN MANURE. Tba Commercial Value of the Fertil? iser-A Few Facte by an Expert. Thequestion is often asked, What ft the commercial value ol hen ma Bure?' Farmer? in their estimate? ?fits value a? applied to their crop?, differ in their opinion, at lernst one -half, tome believing it tu be worth not more than seventy * ire cents per barrel, while other? are willing to gave a dollar and fifty cent? a barrel for all they can A table of the value of different fertilizer?, prepared by Joseph Harris, and published in hi? 'Talks OB Manure?,' inform? us that hen manure contains in oach 1,000 pounds, 19.3 pounds of nitrogen, 8?5 of potash, and 15.4 pounds of phos phoric acid. ' Sheep manure, s.3 uitrogeu, 0.7 potash, 1.6 phosphoric acid. Harn manare, 4.2 uitrogeu, 5.2 potash, 111 phosphoric acid. Peruvian guano, 130 pounds of nitrogen, 23 potash, 130 phosphoric acid. This, ?t the market price of nitrogen, potash and phosphoric acid, as stand in these several fertilizers, would make 1,000 poun...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 August 1885

VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1885. NO. 34. rs ruBusnEi? wkikly by T?E HERALD COMPANY ft|l>?cription, (ink I?,,m.aK akh a BUlL* BtrTtMar payable iu advance. ?jWripti(i,i8 not i aid at time <?f sub eerimg may run th.-v-e months for re rsBISsiiile paun-s Hut alter that tune $?. ft? * ill Im: chai'gttl without variance iu any?:**?. AB comuiuuication* of a ?trictly private aatwe will be inserted only a* advertise TILE HERALD JOB OFFICE, le ?empi?te iu every respect. Editorial I?****, tiiuiueao office and ?team pre????? l>e tw**n Railroad aud Main ?treet?. ISft 1 ._!_, I isasaij? LEMU LI. BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. i W?^oDsnroca, Yikuima. aJt/flCB,?Kixtin Nu. S, Hunier Building, iu ??Bear winch he can ho t'ouud all day ot T?fta7sftJkVoiiite evi-iy day. I Mat 8 It. R4T. L.S?UNK1.UKNKK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Xdbuhu, SiuiNAMio.kti Co., Va. . Wpracticaj iu the courts ol Sh eutau ?VMkbkd adjoiuiug couulie?. Sped atleutiou to Collection of Claim?. Kev.-ly I kr-LETT, IkV, L...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 August 1885

?WMNB041,? WML? IS FCBI'SHED WKr-BI.T BT TUE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIROINIA. I K1DAV, AIG?NT ai, 1-.S.V FOR GOVERNOR: HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Richmond City. FOR LlEl'TENANT GOVERNOR: HON. H. C. WOOD, of Scott County. FOR ATTORN E Y -? E N E RAL : HON. P. S. BLAIR, of Wythf County. KoR'UlKllOt'?aKtiFDEl?IG \ I l. HENRY H. HAUN. THOUGHTS, SELECT AND ORIGINAL. The colleges of the United States have had an attendance of over 32, 000 students daring the past year. Two newspaper correspondents were elected to office in Kentucky this week. After a while we may look to see the writers of spring poetry elevated to something by their fellow citizens. The excellent nominations the Republicans continue to make for both branches ot the laegislature are iu the right direction. A good cause, with good men, is assured of victory. One ot onr exchanges, in speak? ing of the advantages of hedges as fencing, says: " It has no posts to rot, it takes up little room, it lasta tor generations, it is an o...

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