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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 October 1885

i^.^'-,sw pyJHJS M? Col. R. B- BERKL,} O-.t. s , orator? of till pie at WOODSTOCK, liOIIDATttXr. 12, 1835, Kail? For. ? -" * G1 'AP NEWS. I I- n, : ,?lly bittW?' -i Hniih Bii?rv harass? of prit*? that tief? ' .,11'?. Ke?l' OhiorailrDsdaa'. ' crnui.1 barlatcivs ?? 15th, I- ' ' OutotsBflM evitable war ?' killisl. ? tient of liarriav from a Ba? few day??** few weeks a?? C. Barron'i. We call ?a?* the aale of van tJselatorerf4P<->-?'f ?? i: ' on Oct. lOt?, -" J II '.' ' ? I w.nit choicer- ' iBBr? Ihm't foTf. stock. Octo* oertainlj ' f ors?' ' An lim-; ? iiearXi'W lb ?ml at > Th?s,,-? day, an?l w| . - aaddl?. , ?? no" i.tbitiB al Oi. We :? the stau- Kir. .'it Richmond, Va-, "?-, ?l,r ?.'-'t.ilsJ-'?r.t, I--? I am nosie ptvrtar. any ?in ? ' reason ? ! I bbbV ? We ai : with ??. r lianai. . tory aa ? ?tasa - been in ati I .Mil .l.-K-BlUrBTl. . I **1I at nann .t ' \ !. ? . \V W - u th??. - I .. Tb? Pi - pik?-. a ? lo?, of Ohm III "it'aT invar,?I ?a: Mr. V. G ladies will bet ??K>?!-...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 October 1885

nm HOW TO SUCCEED. T The Country (itut..niai raader8 souio very pertinent and valuablo aiggastioBs on the ail important question, how to on the farm. The farmer who is determined to succeed, ; will place on his list ol able requirements the ? ? operations: 1. The erection of sufficient fences to give hiui ?ion and control of every field. -'. Thorough or sutticient uudetdi.iiu log for the use and control of at least three feet of the .soil : the surface. .!. The adopl such a rotation a* will give an in? crease of each successive kind of crop, and a ilccrcu>c an?: i nation to such weed.?* a* hi tained pc*?Jj*8*ion. the manure made on lb* fana with no waste, and its application at the best time and in the best manner possible. 5. Providiag too! most thorough pulverisation ?t'the sod lor all ciops. These live opera? tions lie at the foundation fanning. Theio arc luauy other provi.Mitns of mufl? inipoi ?ain-e in addition to these, which should not be nveilooked, such as tlio saving of...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 October 1885

VOL 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1885. NO. 30. *nt*'fi*T)OAt\ t?tVfii.* It rCBLIsUKU SVEKKLV BY THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, (?\i. 1>ollak ash a haut per year payable m a.ltaino. Snlayriptiaiii? imt | ml at time of tub acr'luu,; may ruuth.ee month? for re? ?a? tiartin?. But after that tune $??.0?! Till be charged without variance iu any case. All commun ?cat ia ni? ,,f a strictly private nature will be luaertetl only as advertiae ments. THE lLEliALI? JuB OFFICE, is complete in every reepect. Editorial room, buainea.? office u'ld ?team i.iTsoee be? tween Railroad anil Main street?. LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WaatOWTliCK, VlKlilNlt. Oitici,-Room Nu. -, Humer l?iuliluig, iu or near winch he can In- lnuud all day ol nearly or quite eseiy das. LMay - It. RUHT. l'.?SiONKlll KNER, AlTUKNEV AT LAW, KmXBL'KU, Slll.VAM.OAll III.. V.l. Will practico iu tin. court?, o! Shti.au doah and adjunnu^ couulica. iHOlsl atloutiajii fui ni it-it ion ol t'lanus. Mov. 3.-ly: LTUr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 October 1885

0tt?1Mm&O*-tt vf?^i-B isruBMsHXD wmcxLT nr THFIIERALD COMPANY WOODf?TOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, OCT. V, lss.y FOR GOVERNOR: HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Richmond City. FOR UEUTENANT GOVERNOR : HON. H. 0. WOOD, of Scott County. It >1. ATTORNEY-GENERAL: HON. F. S. BLAIR, of Wythe County. FOR THE IUH>E OF DEI.!.' HENRY H.HA?N. MtaiHiB^BBaaaBBiHaMiaBBaHaaiMaMaBM TH0?6HTS, SELECT AND ORIGINAL, Tho Bourbou legislative expen ae*for 1?S83'84 are already official? ly admitted to have been more than for 1n>1-'S- by forty-eight thousand uiue huudred and forty-six dollars and titty-six cents. The Bourbons enter upon their third fiscal year as our rulers to? day. Where is the accounts of their stewardship I Why is it that we havo not yet the auditor's re l*rt lor the lirst year f Why I "No more of the brother-in-law business," cries the bourbon ! Look around you and see the brother-in law, the consin-iu-law, the father-in law and the mother-in law with a ccurt honse crowded with com? missioner...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 October 1885

BijtMWMti rt-E?taUI? vVOODSTCOK, V.A.. [Za.ered at t>e Post Office, at Wuo-Jttock. Va., at ec-ood-c'aiH ma.iaj.. FRIDAY. OCT. 1>, ISH5. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Col. R. B. BERKLEY, One of the most brilliant and polished orators of the State, will nddresa the peo? ple at WOODSTOCK, MONDAY, OCT. 12, 1885, (Court-day), and at Keller'? School House, Tuesday night, October 13tb. Foreetville, .Vcdneeda.,- night, October llth. Lebai?ou, Friday uight, OctoVr l'.ih. J. L. KKi.i.K.i:. Ckalmaa GE5K?.AL LOCAL SEWS. Remember flv? bras? baud? a ill be pr?t? ent at tbe bail'?" ne. Jacob W. Homer, of Hark ley county, W. Vs., comniittad suicide by ?hrowiug him? self In a well in hi? yard, a few day? ago. Don't forget ihe ?rand republic becue at Supinger'a stood?, near Wood? stock, Oct. If Mrs Birdie Neff it now in the Northern eities selecting a ?u? stock of Millinery good?, which ?he will open next tveelc, in Mt. Jaekaon. oppoaittt (Vntnil lh The B. ? (V K. K.. base i.siigin/cd tlie justice of choppi...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 October 1885

? MANURE TIORCHAfiO. While yonng trees may be In a vigorous con.litiou witb application of ligbt dressing smuure, providiug tbe land is well cultivated, old trees that largo quantities ot fiuit, Bfll kept well supplied with plsat of ?orno deacriptioti, or the fail to grow woll, or to pro good fruit. It i? a mist-ate to mit grass to grow m an oivh'ari cut it every year, and apply b a slight dressing of manuie on a half dozen year?. When a of grass is taken from an ore that is prodding fruit iu eons able quantities, it should recei good dressing of manure e ysar; this will not only ?ecu: large crop of grass, but it will much increase the size nuit prove the quality of tbo t When an orchard is to bo die with ?table manure it should wsys be applied in the Amu but if qiiiek-scting, counsel fertilizer.? be applied, the Spriu lire host time to .apply it. Our opinion is that l>.im mai is not tbe best taanure to applj orchards, especial.? young shards, tor w btn applied too libe ly it 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. — 16 October 1885

.,(IM? VOL 6?. WOOI?STOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOHKR 16, 1885. .NO. 10. 8n*iNAN.D0-Mt Ht-HAtD US PCBUrjUEIi WS.KKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY Sobsct'ptinn, 0*I I'OLLaB ANDA BALK per )tar payable m advance. 8obaeri|ni<in-i aal [ aid at time of anb scr'biitg uiav tuu th.w saootha lor re jHiDK.ible parties. But after that time $f.0t? will be charged without va an v case. All ooBiuioniratioiis of a strictly privat? aaturewillbe iuserled only a? advurtim? aaaffal THE HERALD JOH OFFICE, is complete in every respect. Editorial room, business office and amain press?e be? tween Railroad and Main streets. LEMUEL BOU?KN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODS.???-? Vllli-IM?. Omen,-?Room No. -, liurner BaiMiog, lu or near which Ue cau l?e t'ooutl all day ol nearly or ?lutte every ?l?>. IM ROBT. E.sio.sr.r.i i;m;k, A'lUiiCNr.V AT LAW, KuiNBfKti, Mii.vtM'.'tn i o., Va. Will prac.ce in llie ?..nitiut Slitnan ?ioah and ??'.joint. ? 8[<ecialst.ei'tiun toll.1 sot?oao? ClalM, Nov. U?ly_| LuUrLXTT, Ja., . STTOi-...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 October 1885

BHtnmvOn^ 4fEftAtP is pcButmtD wkkkly bv THI HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIBOTNIA. FRIDAY, OCT. 1?, lss.%. KOK GOVERNOR: HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Richmond City. FOB LIEITENANT GOVERNOR: HON. H. C. WOOD, of Scott County. FOR ATTORXEY-UENEKAL : HON. F. S. BLAIR, o? Wytho Countj. Volt THE BO?SI of DSUCQai 11> HENRY H. HAUN. THE BARBECUE. The Ox ! WISE! BERKELEY. THREETHO?SAND PEOPLE No Such Time Ever Stm In Woodstock ! A*l?. jour X'-lghbor Mho mi? Rfere tor IVirilenlur?.. AHk him lo I? Il MOaM of ili? I.uimI TtihiK? Ml-?' itnil Itcrkcl?:-) Told TIn-ui. I );i Thnrsday morning, as soon as Aurora's outriders, with the glit Unces of the early day, leap? ed the barriers that divide day ?i,'ht, the sturdy republican men, accompanied by their wives and children, ?ame pouring Into town, until by 9 o'clock the streets ?ire tilled with a surging mass of cheering republicans who made the Mi-lkm ring with their shouts for H late, Wood and Blair, not forget Heg I latin, their gallant standard bearer ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 October 1885

WOOD8TC?K, \ ,V. [Katar. Va., a< -?>coiiil-?-la?s matter. FRIDAT. (KT. I?, ls?a.V ?va lb? aaHatsse paired steak setter. i,nvr beeu ?Jiscovt rt'?l itj the boy. to make ex? cellent skate .traps. Just received a fresh supply of butter and water crackers. W. C. Hal ion. Rev. A. A. J. Busboag will preach at the Alto? Home, on Sunday, October Mb, ut 3 o'clock. I'. M. Misa Julia Wan!, a tJtH known and prominent t:i?ly. ili??l near Win, few day* ?inc?, age?l M year?. What Woodstock ?ant. n,>? i? a place wbere ? man can ?-?.change ?a ln,t-t, dsaate* for a gooil winter over? ?at. H ml. KronS?, tli? iiidi'tatecal,' man, ?ton the war path, ttUtttf, cigars bv th? thousand. Potomac herring 11? pat Sanaa per hundred ; mackerel IS ami I doxen. Large No. I mackerel :i lor IS cent*. \V. ( . Barren. Per. A. A. J. atataateg trill ff the following place, on next Sunday. St. Loke's at 11 o'clock, a. in., Fairview at 3 o'clock the tame aft? I A certain young lady tJllttt u? to know theparticolars...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 October 1885

FEFDIUS PI6S FOR PROFIT. Thn pig ia one of the moat valua Me of our domestic animals. Thai it baa a reputation for a great many disagreeable habits ia not it? 1 ti.lt, but the blame rightly belongs i o its keepers ; aad it ia equally trat that all the complaints regard? ing the unwholesomeness ol' its flesh are juatly owing to the wretch ? d methods of keeping the swine, rather than to any inherent bad ?f the meat itself. We need rot say ? word about bow pigs are kept and fed ; tbe manner of tics is a by-word and a reproach ami baa given the pig a character which could hardly be worse iu any respect than it is. But if we were to keep our cows a? we keep oar pigs, a dairy would be as disagreeable a thing as hog peu and the rows would bo as repalsive as any hogs could bei Ali;tht Aiaaieat prejudices against swine, and sanitary regulations against eaftef swine's tteah. were i othing more than out-growths of 1 he popular uncleanliiie** of the jieriod, from which people sutlercd Iront' t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 October 1885

VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VI ltd IMA, I'll I DAY, OCTOHKU 23, 1885. NO. is pubuhhkh wckkly by THE HERALD COMPANY Subacrlptitm. Ovi Dollar ano a half per year payable in advance Knbecriptious not i aid at time ?it* aub aer" biDji may mu th.?'? months for re? t?a parties. But after that time $??.00 ?rill be charged wituout variano? in any caae. ?ill communications of a strictly privat? ?ature will be inserted only no atlvertiso ?senta. TH? HERALD JOT. OFlr'K F. la complet? in every respect. Editorial room, busiiirMn office and ?team prettsee be tweeu kaibo.i.l and Main streets. LEMUEL BORDEN, .VI toKM.Y A l i VW \V?KJl>r>.?H K I Vlltl.lMl. Optic?,?KtH.iii N" 8, Dankt? liuildiug, iu or near which OS i aa ba lountl all day ot nearly or ?initc r\ii\ iu.\. Lata) ~. I... POBT. B. STONEBURNER, XV ait?'i;m.v ai law, ?t?lNBL-lii?, Im VMMAll I ".. \ V "Will practico in r doah and adjuuiui;? oount ?Special attention io Collection ol Claim?. Nov. J.?ly Commissioner in Chancery, and vu ah?' 11 au...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 October 1885

Stt?1Sj*!.D0A.T ?Ml-* is rvausuti w?e?i.y by TH1 HEIIALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. I It 11? IV. ?HT. M, 1HH.-?. i FOR GOVERM H.: HON. JOHN S. WISE, ?jf Kiehnioiiil titi. FOR Lltl Th.V.NT i.uVKKNni; . HON. H. O. WOOD, of Scutt Comity. TO? A1TORNKY-UKNKI.M HON. F. S. BLAIR, o? Wj-tlm t'miiitv. tul; Uli: BOl SI 01 DU EG il BS HENRY H. HAUN. The lltuAi.D is aday lute on Bo? tona, ol mi kness ol one of the typos. Wi have done the tont under tho circumstances. The pa pst i.s as good as usual "though latei on." l?o you want Ion taXM .' If so .'m llaiiu. Do y on want the publie debt -??itici ' if su y,.ti? im Wise, Wood, I'l.or ami llaiiu. " Old things have pnssed aw.iy. Behold '. all things are n< s that you aie registered and then go to the [mils on the .?id of Nov. and rote tut now Virginia aa repre d I?;, \\ ise, Wood, Blair and Bann as igainstOld Virginia? liourbonisui and coil lieh aristoeraey. The war is over. G?nerai Bobert K. Lee has beeu dead for fifteen The cause for which ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 October 1885

Wooi ?:. va. [Estsred.t ti.-, . ?t Woodstock, Vs.. a5 ecoml-t la~? matter. iitintv, ocr. n. i*?s.v OIIIOS l.ltllllM?! REPUBLICANS OF IHK TENTH LEGION MM ! His Excellency Qoti ran J. B. FORAKER ! Of Ohio, ?rill certainly iul?lr??.? Ik* BBSplt of Shenantloah ?ml adjoining eon MT. JACK SO JY, Turndai/.Ym/i/. (Moot Several brass baud.? will bo prsssat Turn out ami li? it i!,n champion of Repubin-.iiii-m fi"in lbs old buckeye - COMMITTI RAL LOCAL XKW8. Boots and shoes in fdltss tai bottom prioes, si J. N. 1 a There will In?communion Btrvtossla llie Lutheran churcb, ai Ion. - Ssbbsth, the 25th. I'rep ?: on Saturdsy, 24th, at 1 o'clock, P. M. A nice lot of country li.coti (? - st J. N. Da vis's. A little son ot Mr. Franklin B Powell's Fort, this county, tVl 1 fi trsp lsst Snndsy am! 1'1,'k, !, ? aim. Hs I is doing well. I hare just gotten a car-Ion?! salt and " Ronml Ttf " OsbbbbI that 1 will sell at reason.? Givemsseall before purchasing. A I The dwelling bou?. . n, now occupied by II. 1'...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 October 1885

THE TIME TO SAVE. There is no time of tie year economical management tells ??tfectua'.lv upon tbe profita minx than during tDe ,a1, be. In the hurry and hard work ot harvest times many thing? apt to go to waste which a .?ire ami trouble would pre 11 ?? for fnture use. For example, in, gathering fruit, especially -, litre there is an abundance of it, i lure is likely to be more or less carelessness in handling and storing it by which the frnit is bruised or destroyed outright. l[?ilt'rotten, guarly apples may be used for feed ot utilized in some way. There is no necessity of al? lowing anything of this kind to go to waste. There is always some place on a well regulated faun wla is all the oOds and ends of the orchard may be made of service. The same may be said of potatoes and root crops. No matter how cheap or how plentiful th?se thing may be, it will be found profitable to save all, the good for future use, the poor for imm?diat?' consume tion in some way. The lighter and ni'ortant...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 October 1885

VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 30, 1885. NO. !'i STrtMNBOAtt ttE-pAi-D IB PCBMSntll WRKXI.Y 11V TIIE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, One Dollar anua haut per year payable in ad\uv 8nl?scri?.tii.ii.s L..1 | uni at time of sub scr'bmg may ?uiiili.te months for re MMBtbla I'itiii.-? Ilu; alter that time $'.'.Oii Ail! M ebarged without variance in any case. All ooi'imuuieatious of a strictly private nature will be inserted only as itavSfOaa aaenta. TIUC 11E1.AI.D JOll Of? is complete in every respect. Editorial room, bnsinees office and at.-ain press?e be? tween Railroad and Main streets. LKMUEL BOBDEN, AI loKM.\ Al LAW, WiKiDtrrocs, fiaamu, Omis,-Room No. -, lliin.ii l'.i ililints', m or near which Ik- can be louml nil tlaj ol nearly or quite every ?lay. LMa.v - ly. KoBT. i:.?iom:i!1 km:k, Arioi.M.v .u Law, utoiNBUKll, SlIKV.vxn.i.lll CO., \ l Will practice iu the conns ot sii ? nan doah and adjoiiiing count Special attention to Collection of Claims. Nov. 3.-ly ?7 THlPLKTI,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 October 1885

?ttSNANDOAtt Htm* U PCBUSHID WBXXLT BY TUE nERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRWSIA. I It 111.1 V, OtT. 30, 1SH5. FOR GOVERNOR: HON. JOHN S. WISE, of Richmond City. FOI* L1EITENANT OOVEKV?.; HON. H. 0. WOOD, of Siott County. FOB mti'i:m:v-i?exi-:i:ai. HON. F. S. BLAIR, of Wvtho County. i on Tn noun o? dblio i/ris HENRY H.HAUN. FORAKER AT MT. JACKSON. r.ouibon indecency outdid itself ?.hen ?.??v. Forakcr spoke al Ht .In k?on, although they had three ?i m.u?- und:.s imbed Speeches, and this ?as the lust for the repuhli Ihe Uourliotis reatad Luoaa' il ill. ha\iim ?? I'eikins .''id Dr. o apealh, and two In?.?.?banda on the ground. Failm? ta r." t an ?OB they drove their bands m limit of the hotel where <io\. rtlrfpini and then tlieir haraaftlW and lnisei niusic. <i<v. Foiaker was ??,,iidi:cted to the school house hall ?poke to hand.' goot] citi/cns disgusted with boni hon meanness. Bat this is noi all. Mt. J i Lfod with bills headed "le? i kei" puqiorting to glvea rocord for that gent...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 October 1885

WOODSTCOK, VA. [Estered at the PvjsS. i niu.-, . Vs., as ??cond-chuts matter. 1IU1D. a. Otl. BO. ISS..1. PUBLIC SPEAKING. DONT TAIL TO HKAK Hon. Thos. H. Dudley AM' ?ML u. i. iMUKiOXs AT Tin: Court House, S<il. Might, October -list. J. L. KI.I.U m;i:al local sews. Little eric ?net on tlie h.iirth, Little children full ol miitli. Little bree/es hie? lag ' Little ?mu-us ein Minn strona;, Little lovera iu the ?lark, Little kisses? hear them spark. Hon. Thos. H. Dudley w.U -? yiiickeburg W-ui^bt, Oct. ?Uli. Misa Lula Neleon, of this place, has re turned from a vis ? .ur,;, W. Virginia. An oyater dinner and sapper will Ix? given by the Lutheran ladies si bar court day. Col. H. ('. Parson? will address thm iti xens of Lebanon aal i l Oetobar ?>th. For the first timo siaas Ihs i mmgiira? tion of th? public ?ehm.1 systaa. - ?loah baa a surplus of teaeln-i ? Mr. C. K. Newman. Att'.n.-.-at-I.a??, , of New Market, eallnl :.? ssa s sa WVii neaday. Jno. M. Curroii. MaeatWa treasurer, has n...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 October 1885

nCKI9**DJ0R?6 *PPUS' Daaai?n I* W. W??ka ol Marl rough, gives his method of hart? iiig winter apples. He sele enoughJarge aised bands to ?I spring wagon; takes tbeui to orchard lor lilliug ; uses bau VW* t<-> pick in, that aro soi enough to tani over inside lunels. Have tbe pickers till tli small baskets, which can be ca: fully emptied into tbe barr "witbout bruising the fruit. E\ eggs can be poured from a basl if one knows how to do it. 1 barrels are not filled quite full, lhey are handled easier ami : pples are ?.pilled by lifting t barrels into tbe wagon, or by t loading tbeiu airain. At the ba or cellar, tbe barrels are taken fr? tbe wagon by two men, ?ne each side, and are eareluily em M upon the ground or door, I sorting and barreling for mark Bj this method tbe apple.? C be picked aud placed in tli? ba or cellar ready for ?oiting, ve rapidly and without bruising, M tbe pickers bave n?? respoaaibili aliout selection, as tbe api lucked clean from the tree. harvesting fal1...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 November 1885

VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, Kill DAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1885. NO. 13. 8tf.??.MI?OA4t HE^I? u rum isiir.. waai i'BK RIRA F ? COM P W Y ! ?OLI.aH aNI> a HALT ?H I V M of anb- , for re _ Baa? lim ai? nadir? will U ai?uu>. rut: iiKiiAi.; ia oomplete ro ' rcK.'iii, li i.Alllllild ItUll Mil.Il -.II. Is. LEMUEL BOUDliN, WIJbJBIIOI S. : N': B,?Boom No, - . ROBT. ??'??*?, 1 Alaa.AW, ElMNbl i.?.. BHVaSAJIl v ? ... Va. Will practico m t? ?lush and adjoiniuji ial attention : Nov..:. . Commissioner iu chancery, A.M) ' JklT. Ja Ma- il JAM I I ? Wllll II V 11 t ON .? . - ? k l>. ol each iseiiil. r Omm KB, J?. M?T 7! h D. I.. BORUM, e B I ; win ? ?. teoaakka. nsr oflce ui Cow i Uoote aqutre. \\ .-.?s. aae.tT.aa A LLEN k MAOkt 1 A'i'lUKM'.VS A'- LAW. WOODSTOCK, -liKNANUUAli Col'NT. .?j-tf ?f. II. v, Il U W. ,. v in IMS, \\ ?*? ' ATTORNEYS iVOOPffTOCK, - - AT T O i: X E T I T l ? W, WIN.! - lay, to? ll I lib?if. ?! II. H.RI1>I'. ATTOttEY -i LAW, VlI'iitMA. sTOCK, - Will ;?? doah, tF I *t of t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 6 November 1885

IS I'triirisllED WRKKLY BY TITE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. I KII>AY, \OV. ?, 1NN.V !? - ". _ - I ELECTIONS EVERYWHERE. Virginia has goue democratic. l'.y what majority we do not know, luit it seems to lie enough to be certain. New York has but duplicated her Kit'. She elects a democratic gov? ernor and a republican legislature. ? the question of which party will control the Senate dur? it- the Cleveland administration. can now be uo change. Ohio i etui ns a republican to the Senate and so dires New York. We are sorry to have lost Vir , bat the reasons are so appar? ent that no explanation is necessa r\. With twelve thousand dollars ?red " hither and yon" only the nally good man who appreciat? ed the value of his ballot could te relit-?! upon, and of these see the ??? in the table. . oart bouse precinct loBt the ciunty lor llaun. Tho "King'" 1 he usual vote hero would have elected llaun. The ?Kng" could not stand it. So they put in their work here. Hank : ?, from presiden...

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