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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 August 1885

Jor>sTO(.K [XaUMdai the P.H.I office, a( ?a *?? ** "<.?ml-, lasa matter. FK1DAYt AlijlST ?1, 1SH.V sl:i'M. LOCAL NEWS. Call on A I Ipna'Company,,.,. Prof. W. U. slluth huB b(Jtl Pr?sident ?.ftUN,., ? t<,iti,iU. Institute. it Draw m ?poo, chflW| :jj wul ^.^ CMh Kiclie?. The poatuftlce in Kockinghitui county known aa Oakwood. has .,, to Arkton. Persons .lirwtin? mail to that office should note th.. alwaga ami direct accordingly. Biokford.V lhiflmaii dull? fa . ?Mal at Ussy. Would it not he R ,,,..?1 ?,,.., f(? ulir town authorities to have mm of the Blinking gutt,.rs ;,!,,,,.; ,n,r ,,,. outT ntaasTalsmj ..:,. ^y their noaea " aa they pass by." The mail mute ft?m Harrisouburg to Tanth Legion has 1.m extended to Ha? Market, and the route from naiisstsaaula, to New Market via dak wood ) i changed to terminate at Tenth Legion. All kirn!? of BSSjlaa ?fring wagoaa, carta and road wagons for aak l.y Hottal ?V Lacey. The Woodstock Foundry and Mat-bin Shope are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 21 August 1885

6RAPE VINES ABOUT THE HOUSE Very few famers core to ?] time "fussing over" little roa like scattering grape vine? ; im it is not beyond troth to Bay not more than one in ten ot fanners have auv grape vine? all about their bouse? or on I premises anywhere. It i? a taken idea that grape vines or other small fruit, for that ma ?re not worth taking caro O rape? need only good soil au place to climb on ; then, if you only keep weeds away from th ?Bid eat off a few branches e> winter, yoa may have trait of most luscious and healthful 1? every year, which is worth a 1 <tred ame? more than ' the li labor bestowed upon them. To such ot our readers as b not giren any thought to this .? ject, we want to urge tbe plant of grape vines in nooks and eon about the boa??, whether you h a vineyard or uot. When writer was a boy he occasion) paid a v'Hst to au old friend in tc who had oue grape vine iu bis ba yard, set about ten or twelve i back from the house, and it i neatly tra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 August 1885

YOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, Al (?IST 28, 1885, N< >. 35. I? PL'BUgHED WEttLY BY. 'HE HERALD COMPANY ?ObscripUon. I,-,?. DoU kU KSV? j^jj tr year payable la advu; Bul?crij.ti,,iW n?t j a,d at time of aub "iuy ruu th.ee month? for f ST4 i j**'?*' li,lt ?''*??? that tune I *.w *ih b?) charged without v.iriauce iu 17 eue. AU communications of a strictly privat? ?ture will be inserted ouly a? advertuie enta. TH? UKK.U.l? JOB OFFICE, complet? in every respect. F.ditorial Mm, basiiiean office and ?team preajeabe ?eeii Railroad and Mam street?. !? . _ ? " KM I Hl. BORDEN, -* ATTOKNKY AT LAW, WWIMfOCK, YlKolNlA. WICK,?Room No. -. (turner Building, iu r near which he can be found all day ot early or iiuiU) every day. LMay 8.-1?. )OBT. E.8TONEB?KNEK, -V ATToUNKY AT LAW, ?UINbUKU, SUKNANlmAH ' I Will practice in the court? of Sli cuau oah aud adjoining counties. > Kpeciai attention to Collection of Claim?. ot. 3.?ly W THlfLKTT, J?., 4> ATTOU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 August 1885

IS PCBUMIEI) WEEKLY BY TnE HE11ALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRWNIA. IKiltVV, lltaST 3S, ISS.V FOU QOVCBHOU: HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Kii'biuoud City. FOU LlKl'TKNANT GOTHUfOB: HON. H. C. WOOD, of Scott County. KOK An'ORN'KY-GKNKKAL? HON. F. S. BLAIR, of Wythc County. FOKTllK HOTJSI < >F DlLlGATIS: HENRY H. HAUN. ARGUMENT FOR OCEAN MAIL PAY, BY JOHN S. WISE, REPUBLICAN CANDI? DATE FOR GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA. On March 3d, 1885, John S then a member Of Congress from lia, spoke a? tollows in favor O? tbe Ocean Mail Appropriation: Mr. Speaker, at a later hour of this day we shall hear from the '.cut-electof the United States, but i do not believe that iu all he will utter words of greater wisdom or of more earnest truth will fall from his lips than those which I read to night from him as pertinent to the subject uow under discussion. A Meml'ci -l?y wboi Mi.,lohn S. Wise?Mi. (?rover I .: ', I'm ddentof the United States. " lu 1840 American \c>sels car lied 82.8 per ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 August 1885

SHEWN DOM HEI WOODSTCOK, -Vj [Kni?r Va., a nunu. ti t;t si *?s, i SEBAL FOCA C?>! Sous' ( Our Uotet county. W. Va.. i> patting an airs new al The i'; ?g it ion of Royal, will i i bank ii place. lu-lil ami bebe ay osa* aid?t attisons w< early fall Ifcjg i. H. Williama la remodeling painting les ha: orner of Muhli-nhurg and Court st Mr. J, K Ki-rr. of Augusta county 300,000 feet of line liniilxT by In, M unlay night of laat wook, Communion services will be bi Fair View, on next Sunday, by Rev. J. Rutdmng. Preparatory ? Saturday. t frost was seen by early i on Thursday momaig. Truly things wonderful';, changed when b in this scctiiui i . at Oerardstown, W. Va . on Wedna Sept. Mah, at TJ p. m. A full attend ot ministen and delega And now nur young friend Phil. 0. a" pap. ' and another head a ? the skies. This is a funny world, any Mr. A gicler, a lawyei Frederick eoiintv. diisl at his "lornin last ? Hon. ("has. I'. <>T,-rra'.l ha. a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 August 1885

FARM ANDJOUSEHGiD. All animals led upon diy La; quire an abundant supply of wi Pork, when fresh aud young, smooth and firm and the rind thin. The weeds Bhould be clos kept down around the small fi trees and vines If the fruit ia pocted to mature and ripen righ It is well, in salting stock, to careful that some of the an i m do not get more than is good them. Too much salt will give i to scours. Farm for pleasure by all mea but strain every nerve to ma the pleasure a profitable one, there is not much pleasure in c< ducting a losing business. To prevent the juice of pi soaking into the under crust, be the white of an egg aud brush tl crust with it. To give a rich brow to the upper crust brush that wi it also. Manure adds to the productiv ness of the land as soon as sppttoi but all the substance is not used u in one season. Season.after seaso the crops aie materially benefitte by a single application of a goo fertili/.er. TY-ire ia too much waste land o our- farms. The fence...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 September 1885

? ' VOL 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 1885. NO. 35. IS rUBUsilK'> WKKaVLT BT THE HER.* I.I. O?MPANT 8ulw" per ysjaj as lonths for re? it time I All con private nattiru ?ill be inserted ou i s ?enta. TILE HERALD JOB OKI It B, ia complet? in arery i room, business oibce and ? a m tween Railroad and Mata i LKMUBL BORDEN, 4TT0MMK1 Al' LAW, WOOtaSTOCK, \ 11. Ornea,?Room No. -, Bsjraai Bu or near which be can ba Inuml .. nearly or quite every Uay. tMay -. t\. K?RT. B.8T02?EB1 RNER, AI loUMV AI ?SniNBtTt'i. sin s VM.m Co., Va. Will practice m t' ttoaii and adjoiuiti,; count Special attention to Collection of Claims. Nov. 3.-l>\> i tairi I l.AV? . Commissioner in thancery, ANU SOI'AKY ITHI.lc. Mt. Jackson, - - Vikoin ?. May 11 He?iv. tf W. JAMES 0. BAKER -Wllil BkaVXKXOn at I ?< ?\ l>. Prattle? )?w in parti;. Kueuaud.-ata ai. .1 I of each raeiuuei Addreee Mat lOj's4--lv.tt. ssor to Daadi i . ATTOKNEYS A I '? Will ; - -u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 September 1885

U Pl'BUgllKIi W EKSXT BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIBWNIA. FRIDAY. SEPT. 11,1HHS. ?0* GOVERNOR: HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Richmond City. FOR LIEUTENANT (lOVEKMHC HON. H. C. WOOD, of Scott County. FOR ATTORNEYUENEKAL: HON. F. S. BLAIR, of Wytlio County. VOR THE HOI SK 01 Di.l !.<. kTM HENRY H. HAUN. Harris canvasses Shenandoah for boorbonism, and is introduced by E. I).?of the firm of Walton .1 Walton. E. D.-says he would not vote for Harris. Still Harris is good enough to teach other peo? ple. E. D.-reminds us some what of the fellow who availed him? self of the services of Oliver Twist. A year agobourbonism said they did not pass the educational bill because they did not have time to consider it. Since then they had a full session of the same congress and the same bill slept on the speaker's desk. That killed the bill and it must now be started anew. John T-iu-the-cool rattled around town to tell how badly he was treated. Johnny had too much trutb told for one day's dig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 September 1885

'OD8TCOK, VA. [Eatare.1 ?t tt?, i _**?? sa ., niBti,.r. rmiJDAY, Sin. 1I.11H? Public Speaking. m . rill address ]H-..|i!? . r ?... . .Illliiah ,k, the foil(1, limes ;unl |. , New Market,Tuoeday sag-Bi, Baal I Cabin lim, Wednesday alga*, ?apt. ?fatakaburg, w ,-,?ii*?dnv, Baal. B P.M. Mt. JaSaTIISA, Thursday, Sept. -'H P. M. M' ''''ve, 1 bbbVjSP.1 Columbia Pn PJbV Lebanon, Saturday, Sept. . Strasburg fkHmikj, Sclit. '.V,th - 1 .1. I.. KKI.I.KK, I'hn.iin QBXBB \l. Local NEWS Look out for a rare article, In our i issue, from our Ngalai pondent. It will be rieh, rare and rae; Vv I Ball attention to th, advcrtisemen tl?.- Hhenandoah Agricultural ' for lumber iu this issue. (?nite a lar^-e amount of bal being shipped from aklS point to the V ?heater paper mill. The (ir;uliHl school, in this B open on Monda. aatXe, l!.-- ! I: have not learned ?BO ?rill . eorps of tea Mr. Thomas J. Rinkcr, a nar, for many years a reside died at his home tn-ar s eounty, on Tuesday last. IK- ? . of age. '&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 September 1885

MILK AS FOOD. TU? world ?no^TeaseK. IU yaara ago meiliciil men dead ili-it. iu most eases of disease mi was the worst thin;; | drink?that it was feverish, bilio and dangerous. In all el fever or internal diseases ir w positively prohiliited. Be?ssics si practical sense have, sowevi demonstrated that this natural pi dnct of the females of the mai mal it? ?a wonderfully constitute the elements of this composith being in the precise proportion f the easiest assimilation by infant and as being capable of sust.unii life perfectly in mature aire. A? it is the most harmless food, if tl animal from which it is derived in good health and is furnish? with pure food and water, of tl whole category of nourishment Cow's milk is composed of eight eight parts of water, the remaiinh of 100 is composed iu proper qnai tities of tat or batter, of caserne ? cheese, and sugar or glue some other minute parts to give flavor. In its constituents it wisely osfc?lsted to supply ever tissue of the auimal tody...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 September 1885

. I_ VO'L. li?. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1885. NO. 36. 8tfS.MlW?4tt W\HMT? U PUBUs!ii:i. vv tK.LV BV THE HERA I ? COM PAN y Su''sen pi i.?' ? M I >,.l 1 W? AXll A 11ALK per year pavai.!.- i -, adva , nd at time of snb . wiiboia variance m any . All coiniiiiii, irictly private nature willbs nsaarted onlyaa advertihe Ul, ..Is TH? HKi; \I.l> un; m i ?. is (-.imp!,-!.- ? ! dltotial room, business ollice and si. , tweeu Kailroa.l and a) I 01 _ LL.Ml hi. BORDEN, Al IiilCNi v ai law, WiM.l.si... K. : ; VlROntA. -Ktxiin No. -, lluinei Boil or near ?Inch In- cm be found ?ill day ol uearly or ?luite tvei.v ,l?.v. , Mav -. lv. ROOT. E.STONEBURXER, AI liiKMA AI LAW, atousBtrao, 8hs.i ?jotoah i Will prat ti? c in tin doah am! adjoining counl ,. alUjiilioij to - LlKlrl-i . . LAW, Commissioner in chancery, A Mi I Mt.JACKSiiN, - - \ ?I May H's?.-!v. 11 FAMES v. BAKER ? ) BLaVRXOM a. IsOYl*. VrSctKa la? in '. aVaeaaaatoaO eoS ol rath u. i i ..va. AJdrea? Ma, 7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 September 1885

Stt?MtN.DO'U, ?fEflr-UD IS PCBMSHKI? WKK.I V 1IY THE HERALD COM PAN V WOODSTOCK. VHKMNIA. IKIlltV. BEPT. I-?. issr?. I'OK QOYK1 HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Riifiinon rOB I.1KI TIRANT <;ovi-.i;M>i: HON. H. C. WOOD, of Scott lo.iuty. VOS ATTOKM.i fiKM.KAL: HON. F. S. BLAIR, of Wythe Couiiiy. rOBTHl BOUSE i>K DBLEI HENRY H. HAUN. John S. Wise was not of military age when he fell at New Market resisting the advance ol Ted oa where Fits Leeevei - the Valley this sitie of Berry'a l'i 11 y. Fitz Lee was an offiici of rank. Will any real soldier point us to the page of history that recites loi him mote thau the single fact that he was an ollicer. lien. Fit/. Lee's anacdoteabout the ??cotton tail" and "Malvcin Hill would be good in application if FitZ COOld state that he or any of ins cavalry cavalcade partici? pated. I he gleitest laue ni the I \ \ ceiituiy says 1 it/,was the atenci?n al Kiss, i inly one mistake, Fit/. 'The BSUpariative is making cavaliy ?.?a\ alc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 September 1885

WOODSTCOk. va. ,_*_?-?* ""il iiiVoisimaAaat. Public Bpeaking. ?OLS. ?U'ivvNAU.KN ?|M ..?,,, BsjBfla ? ????toss, ai um Mkvwini time? and places: New Mawk*i,Tuaailay ???.i.,,, g , o,nil Cabiu Hill, Wedn,s.l.u a,,^. p_ ?.. , (?uicksburg, W,-diir?..Ui ?^ pa*, .. Mt. Jackaon, Thurs?l,Vi pj, , .,4tll 2 M?. Olive, Friday, Sept -?Ml,, I P.M. Columbia Furnace Friday night s.-pt Lebanon, Saturday. Sept. Hit, ?.' )? M. Htraaburg, Saturday. s,-,?. o,,,-, - | \,. ._ J' ?'? ULLEB, Chairman. QKNERAL Li,rAL NI:NVS. An elegant ?took of |?H?, ,,?, ? John N. I'h Rey. A. A. J. Boaaaf.Bg will preach at St. Luke'a on Sunday BjBUlig ? 10.1-2 o'clock. Mr?. William A. R,.,iy, a well-known l.t?lv ?f Clarke county, ajraj f,M1I?l d.a.l in her bed on Thursday ,,lliril?l); ?. lai)t Week. Cutting Of corn has -TBIBlllBll.il in this BH-tiou. The aors-ag?. ,, \%t^ .?uA ,|?. crop proruisea to In.? ?, ,),? hfHt ?OT aome year?. Ureas worated? below cost at John N. Davia'a. Not with?! and in g the lang dioiigth our farm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 September 1885

THE USES OF TILLAGE. Tillage is manure. It puis tbe ?emeiits of the soil in a ?i be available. Tillage rakes better the mechanical con d.tious of the Boil, disintegrates ami prepares the plant-food cou I therein, opens it lor the ! of the roots so that they ??tend in every direction and lind their appropriate nourishment, and fits it for the ubsorbtiou of carbon and nitrogen from the air. Tillage mingles the crude and inert ? enta with the active aud eB p'titial, and tends to reduce them all to powder ami make them sol? uble for the use of the plant. It t'i'is makes the soil more borno? ns or all of a sort, aud causea ly mechanical but chemical changes, which lead to decided and visible improvement therein. Tillage, therefore, when con? ducted at the right time and in the way, is the key to success. Without it all else is labor in vain, and tts benefits are in direct 1 tu|iui tiuii tothe thoroughness and skill in which it is performed, liy jgod tillago \erv tine crops may be 4.n?Tii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 September 1885

?t\?^2 * v? m '^'^.?s VOL 65t WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1885. NO. 37. ? WKKKLY BV PHI B?RALD COMPANY II. ANDA UAUf aid at rimo of ?nIt ait time ?anee m .Any t'a?e. All coininin private nature will i?, insertad only as advertise' ?ateuts. Uli. HKIlVl.i U K, i? oinph-te ;-, ,-.. . hditoua! riKiin, bill tw.in Bailroad and Main - - ? T I.MCKI. BOK? -^ Al L.WN . W.M.i.si,.i ?., : ; v uuiiM.t. t ii ? i? i. Ri i N lilding, in or neai which . . ,,i ah (?uy ut ?I? "?" ?>? KUBT. I-:. ?SloM.l.l iiM.K. V AT LAW, ? VSlM.-vIl ? . Will practice] ni th.- ...lit. ol - LUIi'i M.t .11 LAW, Con.niissioiit'1' in Chancery, AM) Nn ' .il.i II. Ail. Jai :. s May 11 tit JVMKS C. BAKER, .lu.. lt.\ Kit i -? a* ??? >\h. a Urea aUUuaUtl I ?k. Va. ? .-.It, -Is. 'Ta s !.. BORI M v l'.oiuin, ...V i - IT I.AW. " Will prattler couuuaa. 1ST offii?- in Court llitiar e';u?ra. | Jsa, '"*!" P. W. Baoscubs a uxs s vtAOtu : AT'IOU.M.VS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, NANHOAH COUNT! 'prll.lt)? II .\...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 September 1885

IS PCBUSHEIt WKEBI.Y 1IY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. IKIDIV, SKI?'.'. M? l??s5. FOR GOVERNOR: HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Richmond City. FOR LIKl TKVVNT ('.oVKRN? >i: HON. H. C. WOOD, at inuiitv. mu ?ITOUO?. ?.i'.m-.i'u. HON. F. S. BLAIR, of Wvthe I'.uinty. InU IHK HOI SI ?H liKl.l.i. VI l>: HENRY H. HA?N. RAILROAD VS. TURNPIKE. Some months ago a corps of engineers and workmen proceeded to fence iu the so-called 1!. A O. railroad through this andailjoiniug ccunties. They made post holes m the macadam?/ed turnpike bed. With a batch ol directois made of putty, or something of still less enes, they suggested litiga? tion. The railroad compani re? pudiates our state courts. The fence nearest hero was chopped down. The posts were severed somewhere al?out the middle and the wire cut at each fastening. We may In? able to teach private cor? porations that public property cannot be taken by them. Lbs who have no respect for our courts understand that ws may be agg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 September 1885

???'????? M 1*1. s?., iss.1. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Col. R. B. BERKLEY, .1 -- Hie po? ple at WOODSTOCK MONDAY, OCT. 12, 1885, COL S. BROWN ALLEN will BtMian Ike p,, I P, M. ('?Intnl.; i i '-'.M h. - P ML ?'? !.. Kl .1.1.KU. Cl GENERAL LOCAL M'. WS. mitt's. nd ami lu? willv- r fair. ? repent-d !u?t wash ?nh 8B ? raiseil BjBat The N .11 Institu?*, in l.r\ laftaa, ba? ei*-iif,l with ii _' fair. The Win? b< ?tei Preebyti i . I"?t -..m.' ilsya c Ht-rk!. ? Mr. Will! u priii i Kepnblicai B Wile?, a prouiiiirui | ? ?i ri??t"-i Pi , baa BBaaptad ? tun, Va. Beat teas obtains)? -.mitt'?. On Tlni[??liy, i.|'lt?twotk oai.s . ! Ja?. A. Kra/.i.-r ;ti?il J. Juin;- *n,ii - ?ture. f Ton. ? Bf fj? Bull at Mr. jBBSph r'ravii?, ni Un? A little nearro . hiM i porch at tbe? lav 1er H?>tel. in Winch Sat unlay of last wosk, and was killed. Mr I B B tag? tiftt to bat It - . nrple? Ko ? ?.ill pays? well. The t: - roa.1 an? i ? (rum the ?niiiini'r n?*?,rt? at. ! plac?s. Mr. J i in-law of K--v. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 September 1885

SMUT IN CORN. In general, w heu any eruption breaks ont iu animals or vegetables it indicates some internal disorder or disease. The very common, black, ?powdery substance, whieli appears ou tbe stalk, leaves, floss era and seed of corn, and knoss u us ?mut, is the result of ? ?iisease which infects the whole plants from the root to the tassel. It consist? of a fungus which grows from seeds, the seed being the exceedingly fine brown or blackish dust which is ?called the smut. This tino dust, when it is ripe, falls upon tho ground ?or ia carried by the wiuds through the air and is spread everywhere. Tbe spores or seeds are so hue that when the finger is rubbed on a lump of the amut, millions of them adhere to the skin, making the dark smear which is seen. I'onseiiuent Jv one smutted plant is ouough to infect hundreds of acres of lam!, and provide seed sufficient to stock every com plant over all that atea. Jt it no wonder, then, that after many years of careless scattering of the smu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 October 1885

VOl, 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, A I'll!DAY, OCTOBER 2, 1885. NO. 38, I? Il I l.lsllKli ?VKr.lt I S BY HERALD COM PAN Y !>ral I lit ANUA HALK : I nun ?if ?nl. ? ?out hs for re? flu? thai tin?* ? ?mro,cil ?itlio.it t., .ist?. All cuiiiiniiuicalioi I private aatnrv svili be ?userlixl only a? M Ulii.t.s. NIK HEU VI.I? JOB (?I'll' ],It-tat m every Napsa! Editorial room, !? anal ?team i ' ^????? ? ij_? LEM1 BL BORDO, AI rOKISEY AT LAW, \Y??oi.si , ViiauM t. (t? i h K,?Kimiii No. -, r.iiinti Building, in t?as. [Mas -, ly. DOBT. f..sium:i;i '..ski., J.V &TTOKMK. si LAW, Ki.ini x iM.osn ? Will pi . 4b ciiun i BdJoiBing i-, lion of I'laim?. rain i IT Law, Commissioner in chancery, ANH I Six. Jackson. - ? Vil May si tM. J AJ?ES C. BAKER, Jr., ,-WtTU? III .; 1 ?>n ? u? >\ ii. ? nes. eutt I orrn ? It, Ja. Mas 1th ??4--!v.tf. M 1?. L BORIM, ? Baceetaor in Dandrial ATTORNEYS AT LAW. " Will practice li. s!a naialc? counties. tar Otnce tu Cour i Hon?e ?nuar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 2 October 1885

S?EfljWOAai .HEM-U) ? SV EES L Y BY H KR A LO COM?' WOODSTOCK. VIUf.l.MA. I ItII?IV. Ot I. ?, IMM, I'm: iiitViKNul. HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Itichmoml . 1.U1I UN a (JOB : HON. H. C. WOOD, tatv, ?u: ATTOSKE1 ??KMKAI.: HON. F. S. BLAIR, ?llllt.V. FORTH! IK.I SX OF DKL] 0 ?TES HENRY H. HAUN. The New Blue Book. '.H'.kai.i? has been m p tl so called life Ol Lit/ it had to give it Dp fl : ter pu pi \\ i?(. earned it d will use it till i day. It purports to be a publication and for sale two dol?ais und a oold not buv a copy when ? ra . I he Isiok is a The llr.ij.u.i? will outline ? its contents and a1: hip. We ?tcctfuily inform a o the upper ? County, that Henry II. , s.itiicicntiy popolar i end of this County to ? Ongh votes toiieteat Dr. ? -s thwart h i stepping m the .in?i procuring a n able ?lain. HERALD b ill next week an genttemsu (f) on the WHIGLETS. On the ist of Januai ?if, the had robbed the free Ilion, the hundred .: now they have begun to . ., youi ?1 (leg Bourbons, by their poiti...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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