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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 November 1885

W03-D3TCOX, VA. Va., a? ?*.. 1 ltil)l\. \<>?. ? l?*JA. ??" M. LOCAL SEWS. i uiiili. Yen by the -. ?" ? given by the Lnllicrai! lad - bercour; Apt. aaUisa quality, lin- i count.?.-? i? tsigaf la aiiil w as latar. Kabit ? killin?; them m Ugi . im- aale ?lail?. cu th? ?Jnr I. I'Unty out the ?laii?;lit?-r t ' will aeon ?ala ?fcsa 1:' von ?ant t.? ? mi Jin er work, at tin? V, ? popalar yoiinjf man at a ?I'tiiv. ou l'riila?. "? la?! a A stranger ? think war hail BM "a the niinii.ir ?>l men with garas - t?s-t in town. salt and " Kotnul I-? ???11 at re?4toiia A. I. .1 iv? The return of wan the ?heut stich a ?tint a? til.? SBsrBBSJ afi. ? ? bridge?, .In?., llalliilav ?V ?'.. . of ' '.'?' I'oondry ari.l M I a roller mill a; Mr. Scut' S' rtaspi ami pro ? ? The jQtitfv* al appear???! to bats m? ?mitro-1 t> r.|?el -n ' - W? ? "Town I ? M s?-i?..-i. '' Mr. .1 i - ? ?if the etnaM bov alatwl tin- ? th- m ciloriil winter *ii!>[..: Tlic ?S ? ? -....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 November 1885

S .SHELTER ANOJOST OF FEED Shelter once erected cost little, yet it is equal to an ai crop in the saving of feed in wi This fact has become so appi ot lato years that sciontista able to approximate tbe vain food in proportion to the warm tau quarters and the metho? management. Professor Morro I linois Agricultural Col maintains that little or no p van be expected from full fee ? attic that are not properly sht ..!. ami he has tested the matt? numerous experiments. Du three successive winters year! and 2-year old steers were ssitli the shelter of straw sti with abundant straw aud corn ?1er, some hay aud com, with pi ot water; but be found then weigh no more the first of A than they did in November number of fat steers were soli ?.ember, which were kept tsv tl is i at the request of the bu during- which time the weathei ?a very cold. They ate bushels of com, besides bay iff ; but the total gain of whoie (eleveu) w;is ouly f nls. \ rom par ??on of such si g.?s m the winter svith the ht...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 November 1885

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1885. NO- II' I WEKKI V Hi nu: H KB \ ? !> COMPANY Snlmei NDA tUI? J?er ; ? .'ice. ?cr'liin-i muy in: any caee. BUI COlIllllll: eaturo ?ill I. uiei.t.i. THI IlKl'Al.l? JOB >?1 1 ''!' room, bat ??,,,.. - I . ? ??!? . II??? LEMUEL BOBDEN. \V,..ii.si.i K, : Office,?KiHun No- -, Bower Boildlng,ia or near wbici, aeerl] or qali nuBT. i '? i;M-i:? Iv AlTt'KNLi AI ETiisul?;". ' Will r ? aoah ami e^alag um (.11 lllllll?. -1? _ i LAW, Commissioner In Uhancory, 2slT..I v May ?1 *??.-lv. tf I A.MKS G, BAKEB #J -WtlU It.Vlll'.'N -V ?> ?>? Fraclii-e law lu partuor.li'.p I? IrUienaiKi ah OBd ?t ia.1. n.eUio,r ? Addreea Ma? 7th ??* -.v.if. w I?. L BORUM, ?8 AT LAW. hentndeah t Will practice coootlea. aa-^orac? iu Court II uae muar?. 1 VLLBB. LLtS k MAO F. SV. VJlGllell A1 ATKU.M.YS AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, ?HINANDOAH COUNTY, Y A. 'prll.i?-tt ?AS. II. Will I VV|s. ISTM. T. \y.LiivM-s.? i ATTORNEYS \ i' LAW we t'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 November 1885

18 PCBLISHID W'KltKLT BY TU H IIERALD COMPANY W??DSTsOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, XOV. I?. iss5. HEIZER is. PORTER. Homo one signing himself "X ', nnJerdate ot Nov. 5, 1.S8?, attacks l.iddleberger tor an endeavor to prosecute one, J. II. Heizer, for l-erjury, "X" suppresses llei/.ot's name but makes freo with that of the "negro" Chester Porter. There is not a single fact in the whole statement made by "X." In the early part of the day, when liidiUeberger was neither at, nOaflber, the polls, Heizer offered ^??te, which was challengetl by sneral Williams and se?eral other gentleman. After the ballot bad been placed iu the bauds of the ? "'g judge, llei/.er refused to take the oath and withdrew it. In the after part of the day he re tinned, ami tendered his ballot again, took the oath which ho had ? ?1 in the morning, and voted, ?ore or more of ineu to notice that he took this oath be? cause Chester I'orter had voted. Uiddlebergtr, being then piesent. replied that two wrongs could uot make a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 November 1885

WOOD3TCOK, VA.. Y? . PBIDAY. \OV. 13 G ES] S'EWS ?ii New x Mr. M b ni ;i \ i : Oscar D<>' ? - Bmit Du mu? Tb< i of | ..il ? il! il"! : t?? 11 The ea*e i'i vi !; . h. resulted ? reaiS coa' M a f uf neal!\ i . rink, in th?1 chase new m A man DM i-ulty at PI? |n Cou: A II i tory, ni that hone, MMSj I We hope he may i couragerm Oni.l. i ? burn. ? tire taught ! ? the !>? i ami wi Wui 1 man u tiori. All r pleas* daj W A itoar.l oi ? S. V. i. Mr. .1. ? M Oria mm season. Mio? - J. P. btor't. bMWMMatanil m -? ; ipular young ladina Loe*?nUu'k, <.f I] llth. at I i Harr:? mini when !.. take a paper : nanti car ra fmm I Mr. WUUaa ? ? ? Early MM) U?l H.< waaabou: \V. V.i C*ttl*, boil|{llt O? II.IIIV ter of H. B. D 111 Hi! I mmk, ?Ti'' day, of laut ? many yeari .:, ami (M ;i of th?- ' Broeki ilanirlit4-r of Jndg Mr. '? foundry and ? Hew?* " r'"1 "" '' v of the ? and I>r : vork. Mr. .1 Hani* '? ' ?port m tin-in in. ? m,?, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 November 1885

UNBOLTED FLOUR. It is a will established fact tbi't unbolted wheat flour is more svhok uiiil btrvugth-iuipartiug tbau any flue Hour, ami it in lor this rea mu that ssu bavu frequeuily urged tbe tannera of this section to grow t i ?r csvu wheat. We know that I have been wont to rel? too much ou the flue flour of tbe mei ? -bant, tbinkiug that it did not pay tin in to grow small patches of wheat lor home use, svheu they ei,-.Id easily buy all the nice white Hour wanted with something else could raise cheaper than 'l'hin, honorer, is a mis i.ilie, even in a money point of view. Auy furtner can tiud room i tesv acres of wheat, and i.iue to sow aud harvest it without .trenching on the regular work of tbe farm. Hut it is not so much what is gained by one's growing bis own svrx-at as what is lost by eating fine lioui, that we have urg?-<l, and still urge, the fanners i.t' ntintbeude to<gr< w ?heat for family use. Thai I'll???!.hone acid is necessary '.. aii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 November 1885

.: ?h INE? m& VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VMUilMA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1885. NO. 16. 18 P?BUSHED WCKXLY BY rai HERALD COUP ? ? IIA1 Y ant font pa?vaMa ? pooaaiDie i?aiti?-?t. But at: any raae. All ciniiiiiiii, aatm?-will be iuserted only it* a.:? meut*. m llEKAl.l' JOB is coni|?' llHIIll, I. iw'-eu Kailroad and M ? ?^?-paa-a. ,, ,, m^a??a??i j?_ nun .^a?i LEMCEI. BOBDRN. AI 1 LAW, : Via Oniii-l;?." S or near whicli ? ? . nearly or ???nU- ? **TJ ill M D?lBT. R.STOXEDURNER, JLV ATTORNEY si LAW, fcDi.Nuiiiu. - - . Va. Will l?i.?cf "?'? i" l doith and adjoin in,; ovanl 8r???ci?latteiiti(iii tot ..?:? ? lion ? I I LJ?? . ?L. M I ,?, Commissioner iu Chancery, s\.. Ml. JACKSON, Ma? .1 >M.-1t. U JAMBS C. BAKER -wii li? lt.Y 1.1 ? ?N . ? law la '??i-tur: of eaiti metut.. i.. ?a eutruat.il I Addrea? .Kit, Im. iia-r 7?h't-tr.-l?.?f. \\ 1?. I.. BORUM, . SI Will pracilc? lu ??heiieinloau. not a Ijuliiluj connue?. Iir~ OfSo? In Cour t U??a?e aqutr?. .au, a 0. ALLS?. P. *?? MlBBCI....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 November 1885

8tt*El?A?.?00Att ttSWi-D IS rUBUSUED WBJUtL Y BY THE HERALD COM PAN Y WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. I KIDVY, SOY. M, ls-?5. The republican Senators will hold a caucus shortly before the meeting of Congress to decide upon their 'ourse as to Presidential appoint? ments. Governor Cameron is engaged on Lis measage. Report says he will treat largely of the public debt. This will be his last message, arid after bis four years of experience in his high office we may look for a first-class State paper. Shcnandoah county ?tolled 1871 votes for Blaitie and Logan, and her republican vote ibis fall isL'OU, an iucrease of 139 votes in a single year, and yet there is not a single fraudulent or even illegal vote charged against the party. No one need be excited over the futuro of the party here. Bourbonism cannot always raise $1,200 for a single county. When llrown -Vlleu was in this county a great deal of yelling was doue about " my brother in law." This meant that Allen, while audi? tor, appointed his br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 November 1885

StfE?N^N?O^ff WML* WOOD9TCOK. XTJkT? ...htocli, V?.. ai *?-?. i.-r. i :tiieiv, soy. seo, i-v*?-?. A WKW FEATURE m THE HERAXD With the first issn l.,-r we will comnieuce il.t? publication in tie Har? ald el tl Kii'I.ival, lai? m?? . . iliaptei tilling from foin I.? lixoi n.oie column?. Thi? valuable wank lui? bssn ? m t of priut for many jontt ami lt..? ? ou.piled r?ml s%i lit. ii by It* ..all...f, l.in la native of the Valley, ami cannot tail to | ; I?) tin- pSOpls ol BB* .-.?id to Yiigiuian? i??!'? tally. It i? a faithful mi?! curie, I IS* Yal leyandil.!- \S'???<iti part ??: i!i. - well as a portion of tli? '?;:?? Valley, linn? tli.) earliest m?'I.ih. many thiil'.tng iiici?k-ii'M et' i!.?> timea wh?-n the blood tutitl ng s? arsvli?.o|? of the tierce ami cruel Indian paatad apotJ the air, and the lurid tlanic-i fiotn iMTnlBg dwellings lit up the Bight with tln'ir ? nuil.y Palian in - ?.'iintioi?tau?l i' ?apalgai of tlie hardy ,V"iit'.rsiiiaii into tin-(-..ni tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 November 1885

FILLIM6 ICE-HOUSES. The American Agriculturist bas a word in season in regard to ice s and bow to till tbein. The lu st thing t*> bo dono is to gather a few loads o? sawdust?about hundred bushels will be re? quired lor a house twelve feet square, and ten feet high, to give an ample supply. If sawdust can not l>e procured, dry waste tau bark i? equally good ; dry swamp mock, forest leaves, cat atraw chal?, or chaff from tho thrashing-iua chine,|are all very good substitutes ; but an open air space is only about forty per cent as eftective as any one of these substances. A house twelve feet square will hold a mass of ice ten feet sqna e, which will give abont five thousautl poetada for each foot in height, yielding a supply of one hundred pounds daily, for aboatt two months. One hun? dred pounds of water from one bundled and seventy bar degrees, down to thirty-two digital, ab? sorbing one liiinOied atid forty-two degrees o? heal f;<> u the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 November 1885

!?V1 LlsrsP ' X VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1885. NO. id. 6tf?1,;1.?>tU4t +t?tVH.I> ISIBU.U.OWKKKI.V 1IY ^ II K ?RALD COMPANY v HALF ' private nature*'" be I PICE, ?s (yiipli'te m ? ditorial ; EMUEL BORDEN, ?Li V AT LAW, Wooics;.., g, : : YlBtWIIA. -Kts.iu No. - . > ~- iy< ROUT. E.8TONI A. roKNKi .',: ?niMii h?. '.it i "-. VA. Will pi s : I lailu?. s na. . . LAW, Commissioiu ir In chancery, Mt.1v - - v . Mai I I . BAKER nl - IIAKTON A . .??Yl>. turn) i Msv ' \V 1>. I.. BOH ?T? - VI LAW. COU'.U ,?r?. ? .. tusa. , - A Ll.i I - ATI (Mi M.I S AT LAW, DSTOCK, qiKNANI I STY, VA. lull. ' it?, n. WILLIAMS. vvii. ;. rVlUJANS, w* ATI LAW ?CK, VA. ' i V. ? * r r i a r, i asfsgra . loab and - - - II. LAW, IC, - YlKtilMA. ami m ?SSV" ' osr. i. mo, 4\*\ >> W IV" ' May: IIX1A. ' . , , to llll ,1 briii"; auiiie :. it will AU w D K A. MA '- QMSs9sVl'l'-NTiSl, lie that bla ?ro? ot P. J. .'? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 November 1885

IS PCBLI8HED WBKKI V BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODST?CK, VIROINIA. 1 KIII1Y, 5?OV. ?7, 1W??X The Herald will produce the Presidents' message in full the week of its sending into congress. It will do the same with the Gov? ernor's message the week following. The bourbou hurrah over th? suspension of the Blacksburg News had not lost its echo when lo ! and behold 1 the news cometh that the bourbon organ, the Blacksburg Times has suspended. It looks as if Blacksborg was not a good place for a newspaper, but the News now says it will resume. Whose time is it to hurrah ! We are defeated, yet we still live. The principles of the great Republi? can party still live. Let us bear our defeat wisely, for it is some? times better thus than victory. Let the past be forgotten,and let usone and all adilress ourselves to the duties of the preseut.? Bland South and West. It strikes us that bourbonism i a little previous in announcm th?t (leneral Mahone is out of poli tics when be has two more term to se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 November 1885

Ait ttS-B/H* WOOT)STCOK,~VA. 1 ?lock, rUIDAY, \<>\. ?7, lss."? A NEW FSATUSE in THE HERALD tilling 1 : : ?fprinl fur in. ..nulls in - - ? . : - , ? ? - of tbe - ? - ' ? s of tbe last w.. iling a sum of j Tbe a'c? ? I at W - - county, ? - - >as a h Mi. i ml plO IJalrin. ?inn - ? Mi. W i la Mr. Will . ao roo? and in order to do M <?r u i ? lit at an it will lind II ? rail si ?hat I J.X ; Whenever 5 morn drummer? m towh to it-main over alftl if home to an ?-., per ?nd stay Ibera rill irggefm that tlir-y keep their liandg in b> country lads. 11 want tbo substantial? as well as luxurious de! A . ft HarronV. Wood stock. Bin' BBaBagBJ to tell tin in ? Bl Hen,lie ! -1. I.ift?-rslly it was a atfja of re - urow. Who was re ; ? for tbu foolish baatneai anyhow ? The In,est and baa. ?(?cited stock of holiday |?e?tl ever dUplayi-d |a ? :' nt next Week. Y( u are ?ii-k.d to wuit and iu '? An itimulate the eir tho blood, by rising Ajer's j (r ol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 November 1885

POULTRY MANA6EMET. The moulting bens should by all means bo separated and kept in yaids by themselves. It would also be a good plan to put the young, growing pullets with them. Those specimens should be select? ed which the keeper intends to use for breeding purposes next season, and special care should betaken in making up the breeding pen, select? ing only the very best and promis? ing specimen?. Weed ont all the culls and sur? plus roosters, which cannot be sold to good advantage, and send them oft to market together with nil the old fowls, if any are on hand, for they are never very profitable stock to keep after the second year. Early hatched pul? lets are far superior to two-year old hens. Clean up the hen house, and get it In good shape for the cold weath? er. Fix everything in good order so that there will not be any changes uiadeeatly in the spring, BS it is veiy desirable to have liens ? it early and bring oft' early broods of chickens. Earl" hatching is the foundation of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 December 1885

VOL. tin. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FltlliAY, DECEMBER I. 1885. .NO. IT. is rrBumniD wwsklt by TUB HERALD COMPANY tabserfption, Onk DotXaa AMD a half per year payable in a?lv.?n< ?-. ?nbscriptionsTiot faM at time of mtb aar'Mag mav ninth ?? i.ths tot *? ivewke.sMl.ie? ?arfeiew. Hut after tl ?fci.Oil.sriU Be charged without v nii.ince in any case. All ooununnioatioiis of a ?trk-tly private aaturt- will be iuserted only a? MVetntee rofiiU. TILS 11KKA1 i> JOB 01 ?? K. ia complete in every n-spect. Editorial room, bueure.?* olllce anil steam presses be? tween Kailroail und Main ?In - at, I1 LBT .' ' "" LEMUEL BOK?EN, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, VfooneTtiCK, Ti ansia" il ?ii i h k.-Hooiu So. b, tturiior Battdinf, in or near which In- can BtS ?Mad u ?rly ui anil? i-veiy day. [May - lioBT. F.SIONF.BI KNKK, XV \l POtNFA AT LAW, EniNULiiu, Bans v\i">.vu Co?, Va. ?Will practie? iiiUm- ?anrla ?S sliinan ?Wi and adjoining eonntiea. Qacriil attention to?, olieotiotiof t'laimti. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 December 1885

8+ttlwANDOAtt Wftfil* IS PUBLItjIlKb WKKB.LY 11Y THE HERALD COM!' WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA 1 KID1Y. MBC ?? lss,-?. THE HERALD'S HISTORICAL CHAPTERS. This edition of the Herald con? tains tbe first two chapters I mm Samuel Kercbeval's " History of the Valley," which includes the Page Valley and the border coun? ties of West Virginia and the Cum berlaud Valley iu Maryland, with realistic sketches of all the Indian wars this side of the Ohio user. No man cau read these first chap? ters without anticipating the inter? est with which they will be invest ed as they proceed. Those who do not get the first chapters to be tiled assay or placed in a scrap book svdl regret it before the conclusion. The last seventy-seven pag? stituto the finest advertisements of the various manufactures, summer resorts, agricultural lands ami sa rious other things ever written ol our Valley, a portion of West Virginia, Maryland and Pennssl vania. The graphic descriptions of the face of the country, Us nveis and mou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 December 1885

SftE?i^?gBOA+f .ti-?t/UD WOOD8TOOK, "STA.. [Entered at tbe Post Ottice, at Wood ?lock, Va-, ac "econd-( Us? matter. ntintv. i>Kt. i. ism. M'l'.Al !.((' \l. NEWS. Codfish for sale by W. ( '. We heard the roar, the rack, ?he rout. The piercing ?cream, ihn sounding ?hour. As all the rieud? from Heaven that Sail, Had pealed the banner cr\ of hell, And then we knew that scbisd was out. Lap Kobe?, for sa'e Liw, at (irabill's. Mr, \V. T. Williams is boring an artesian well, at his residence on the South edge ] of town. Kaisins, curraut? and citron. I'.. Or anitt. The next issue of the Hekvi.h will con? tain the '.Wl and 1th BhaptolBof ?he History of tho Valley. tall at tirai v s and buy yur rubber bsoU and ?hoes. 'then will be communion service? iu the Luthoran church at fait View, next Sabbath tho . th. 1-argeoil paintings, iu gilt iranio?, J??', at Ii. Schmitts. We give no name? and don't waut to lie Baked any question?, but if late light party will call at thi? ortie.? rhev w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 December 1885

Farm and Household. RO?DS m WMJte. Never was tlic adage " A stitch in time Paves nine" more literally trae than in reganl to the keeping of road? and walks in creditable condition. On roads especial I v, the first rnt, if ever so small, should be at once filled np. If not, eaeh rnt helps every passing foot or wheel to dig it out deeper. This mtiKf be ao obvions to nil as t*> net ?I noflirthei lUoiatanie upon or illustration, and yet practically few responsible for tbo maintenance of roads act as if it were true. They are seldom repair?! before they me "virtually ruined, and hence road repairs arc perhaps the most un? satisfactory of all the many reek less investments that abotiinl in this ago of daring ventures and more liaste than prudence. The pteverbial folly of loekiag the ?table after tbu horse is stolen is aloVn is ?iidoui Itself compared t0 the folly of deferring road repairs till too late. In the one Mae only one horse Is lost: but hen- road, llbor, horse power, '...

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

VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1885. NO. 48. eWlwAl-sOOA-it HZVftLV IS IVUl.l?sflKt? WKKBLY UV rHE BIB ?NY : in:, s ii su? per v ? ear'bins nia f'.'.Ott .' anv case. All ciiininu'iicatii'i ? privat? nature ssill be Inserted onl; went?. TU HKKAl.l? JOB OFFICE, i? couiplt-te I : room, bealeeaa office end su .. | ivsaea be? tween K.nlio.itl and Mum stl I1-).-. ?!? _'???"- ? LEMUEL BORDEN, Al U'KM.V Al LAW, WOODSTOCK, i VlKltlMV. Di UCK.,? HiKiiu Nu. -, burner liuiUIing, m or near which lie can be foi uciilv ornuili ? t-vt-rv day, [ M v Rubt. r...>.oNi:r.i km:k, AI 1'iKNLS \l KniMHKii, sui> - Va. SV ni , . . doab .Sptn'ialatluuliuii tu Cvlluotiwiul I Maw. 3, . Commissioner iu tLancery, a.Mj ? May 21 ?I? tV. tf JAMKS C. BAKI : 1IAU'1'*>> ?V IM?Y1). 1'ra.ll.e Isa '! el rstli ibvBibcr ff IS? cats ?utru.ud : OSvtOfl in Court Uoum V.rJ. Adtlree? B, Ja. \Y LAW. Will prattle? lb ehe-usi do?h ai ,1 ? count!??. I?" .' ?te. Jan, . al...

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

8Tf?r?Al.w)04tt titelt, IS ri'BUh-HEIi WKKKIY BY t'HE HERALD COM PAN V Wt DSTOCK. VIRGINIA FltlllVY. lit!'. 11, l-ws.v OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. _ \Sritten and conquit d for tbe HkBaI I?. For a week past Washington bas been BaWsw excited than UMlal OB the occasion of congressional . pen ing. Pievlous to the be? ginning of the 18th congress the contest betsveen Randall and Car? l:sle kept the city in a ferment and mans thousandsot dollars changed hand- - .m the result. But this time anxiety to know who svoitld be chosen vice president bv the republicans was intense and so ret was the program kept by the Caucus members that no outsider conjectured the outcome. Whin Logan was nominated by acclama tion and piomptly declined there si us a general expression et sur puse. Democrats said " sve are glad ot it; now we will get Ed? munds." On the following day >Ik-i iii.ui was nominated unani? mously, Lilniunds avowing himself for Sherman as be bad on the daj previous pronounced in fav...

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