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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 June 1886

"Wooue-x-coKi, v. [Entered at tlie Past Ortic?, at Wo Va., as -econd-clasauiatiei IKIIItl, J,AF. IV I QKSERAL LOCAL NT. Large choice juicy lemon? at li.* Th? new Clerk's OOksM ate ji rapidly and the wall? will won 1 plet?d. It will be a verv well as handsome boildit Kxtra Hum -.' aaati i>er It?. W C.? A young man want? to know Wat tobe done v.ben apt on a costard pie at a pi< ate, Ws him to ?it ?till nn'll the t?-st bav? home. A large line of accord?e lins,banj(ss, fife?, A by Davidson ?V Capper. Nearly all the fanners in thi? v have provided theinwlv,? with sell log harvesti' lad as a ?inenoe there will nut Is' in harvest hands. Choice lernen? nt I. The weather con; daily. A? this is tlie ! longer umt,:,. . cause much tronido ami mn haymaking an.l liar\i - week or two of dry weai badly at this (toa. Have a nice U>r ?4 ?pialitv 15.06 p> i ' \\. i A second band let of Buggy Hat in ?ala cheap, at Grahilt's. - A very ?wartliy looking I large hmwn btisr and a black a*o aiuua...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 June 1886

Farm and Household. WORSE STABLES. The condition and health of horse depends very much upon tl kind of ?table it is kept in. Thei are horses which suffer from di ease of the ejes, from coughs, froi scratches and other skin disease all of which are produced by tfc pungent, foul air in the stable Farmers and others ?ho ha\ horaes, will take pains to kee their carriages and harness protec ed from the strong ammoniacal a of the stables lest the leather ma be rotted 01 the Tarnish dulled an spotted ; and at the same time the ?ill wonder why their horses eongl or hare weak eyes or moon bun? n?es, or suffer from other disease which, if they would only thin for a few minutes, they woul readily perceive are due to the fot air the animals are com]ie)led t breathe every night in the yea w Iule cmifined in close, badly reut latcd stables. The remedy is ver easy. The stable should be kep clean ; this will prevent the great er part of the mischief; and i should be well ventilated. Th lloor should...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 June 1886

^Z^^4 (^ , . VOL 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1886. NO. 23. I? Pt'BUSHKt) WKKILY BY TU I HERALD COMPANY MI ANUA HAL? par year payable la I SnWriptionaunt i M ;it time of inh . run tb/ea month? for _rw $2.00 ir?l b? ehaiged without w anv caite. AU aommanioatloni o? ai nature, will be iuaerttxl only as lulvertiM Mptei THE ?RALO .i?'!: O?1 ICX, is complete in ?? \. i ? ! altorlal room, kHtaW aftaa a?<l atea? 1" ' tweeu Kttilroail aad Mala ?traeta._ l ' ' ? LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY Al LAW, WOCMTOCI, Vil;..im \ Off* k.,-K.hiiu No. -, Baratt Bailding.ln or near winch he ?M ht k**A all "?'> ? urarlyorii.ui' DoBT. K.sioNKia knki;, XV \ 11 cKM A M LAW, KMNHl'Kii. SIIKV UfDOAB ' Will practico in i -hiiiiiii iloah anil adjoining BOB! i - il attention loC'olli ctiou ul ( launa. r . I LAW, Commissioner in chancery, AM? iOI alt II ?UO, MT..IA.K-N - - Vil Mav 21 ????It. tf JAMES C. BAKER, Jr., barton a 1???N ?>? Vr?rtH'p l?* lu Mitaan of ?mi!, i. ? an? ?Ltr laftal to tbMn. Orr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 June 1886

<r? 18 POHUSHSD WEEKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, ?TOME 5*5, lHt?6. Wm. 0, Eskridge, of Staunton, a well -known bank officer, is dead. It looks very much as if Congress will adjourn somewhere about the middle ot July. It is well. The sooner the better. Iront present indications, the best ticket tho Democrats can nominate in 1888 is the followiug : For president, Mrs. Qfover Cleve? land ; for vice president, Mr. (irover Cleveland. Platform?lu union there is strength. \n esteemed contemporary, in a list of facts and inquiries for the curious, asks this question : "Why does the lonely woodpecker, when he goes to drink, stop several times on hi* way and look around before betakes his draught '.'*' He has l>robably told Mis. Woodpecker that he never drlnks,and he doesn't want to be caught. ?'Now then look cheerful, if you want a good picture" said the 1'hoto grapher. "Cheerful the d?1. How can a democrat look cheerful with Cleve land uionLeying aroutid with ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 June 1886

84t??i/t?.?OM Tit^lD WOODSTCOK, V-rV. [Entered st trie l'ost i ?trie-, ?tt WmBBBMB, Va., a? 'ecoutl-class matter. ?Kiiiiv, Ji m: M, I???. GENERAL l.i'CAL M We have not heard of s ?Ingle plc-nit thi? be?*.m. What ass be a i What is an apron young people are talking ol Early .luue apples an! ; Davidanu A I A ?ertsin geiuUman ?? t tbls ;? ways eats paris sraes on At least a friend oi I, s s., Infoi A large body of \ ?. om bsi been discovered in Wytn of ?tin lumps of or.- v.. ?gl IBM pounds. V. M. Shaffer is bn of Kravel and Pallet's furniture > Mam -' 'ike lam would BBSa exhaust all the build. the county. Banda pout?! cara fat Ri I tute Aliente. Il"\ --'. - Koauoke i-oiinty in peyina Ina Be asnas BUvei u pan y will d.veloji the at A gol. been taken from the \\ iuin? in Spotaylv a al ; is bei: . ked, and gro? ?iicht. , .lessee. Work ?'ti t! e 1 all ' going ahead II be m readiness foi be one of the the state, the track bel flue. Base hall Ism Well, it is I BBS than some ot tbe plaj pe...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 June 1886

?a??iaM?aj???aa-ii > . Farm and Household. )W TO RAISE_CHICKEHS. Chi-, ?ens do not need any foo during the first twenty-Four hooi after they are hatched. The MM ?of the yelk bag, which bag absorbed into the stomach immeil ately befure hatching takes piar. contains sntTicient nourishment ft the first day, and any attempt l compel the chick to swallow otlu food is likely to do more harm tha good by the derangement ot the d gestive system. There will be n difficulty in getting the chicks t eat if they are simply left alone fc the first twenty-four hours aftt they make their debut into th world. All such practices aa the givin Of a peppercorn to newly-hatche chicks are most objectionable, it deed, and are lounded either o: superstition or ignorance. Sucl pungent things as peppercorn must be very trying Indeed to delicate organ like the stomach o a yonng chick. That still mor obiectionable practice of tearing ol tl.i' horn or scale which nature ha placed on the back of chicks to en ab...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 July 1886

S, fe ^' VOL lit!. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULV 2, 1886. NO. -2 18 PL'BUMUEt) XV KKKI Y Bt TUR HERALD COMPANY k IIVIK per year payable in ailv.c SnWtiptio:?- ?? timo of Bllb am'hing may math ?? months l'or iw iifter that time BJ.60 B?1 be .:..i.. any case. All commun nature will ho I mail ad only as a. menta. THE HEUAi.U JOB 0F1 II i? complete, in every i.spect. Editorial room, l???- m? 1 ?team p. twwu Railroa. nets. - ?' ? ? ' "* ? LBMTJBL BORD1 V ATTORNEY AT LAW, \Voi,!,sii?K, : Yim.lMv. nun r?-Ki.i No -. : n ?i Building.in or near which B? ?an b? ?band all day ol neatly or nun. DOBT. l^siHM'.ia i;M.i;. 1\ \l rORNl ? M utw, KniNHfiio. Sni-vAMM.vii ? Will ptaetiee la tl Bhenan doab and adjoining i ounl Bpetial atlnntiiin v Nov. ;:, -1 Commissioner In uhancciy. BOTABl i I . Mt.Jacmox, ? ? VtRoiaiA ?auataa?tr. at J\MKS C. BAKER, -'it-, luirroN .v it* ?vn. Filetln as . .,1 ?srh D tr? eut- - ? t. Va. AJdrea? Ma* 1th 's* - \Y " l ? Saoeeesoi lo Di AIT' KM V8 \T LAW. 7 Will practice...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 July 1886

IS PUBLHHBD WBKKLT BY THE I?ERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCKaVIROIRIA. FRIDAY, j" IV 2, l*St3. MR. MORRISON'S PREDICAMENT. Mr. Morrison needs sympathy. He is more frank and manly than his party, and was doubtless pro? foundly ashamed of his associates when he was forced to make lame excuses lor their double dealing, in the debate on Tuesday. What a melancholy predicament-?spokes man of a set of cowardly deceivers, who stole into office and power by cheating the country ! It only rubs salt into open and bleeding wounds when air. l.andall mentions that he, being known as a Protectionist, was continually besought, during the last campaign, to deliver pro? tective Democratic speeches in Kastern districts, in order to help his party through and lift Congres? sional candidates out of the mire, and that the free-trade leaders bad not been invited to speak in those districts. What a cruel thing the truth Is sometimes! I'our Mr. Morrison, at the head of the four-fifths of the Democratic Mouse, knows ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 July 1886

8lt?NA?lD0A4f *\WL* - OOD8TC?K, VA.. [Eatsfa? at tai Va., ai econii-cla?? matter. FRIDAY. .11 l.k 8, issu. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. i he ont atea la Uns. abiiudaut yield. A perfect w ?kleines? of hail price? too ?mall to uientimi at to The treapaerry crop i? eaetatot place i? overrun with this ihluc many bushel? coining in eti ; hear of one du?cu papel s tbetn ni .ty'e. Mr. Ja?. H. Kirtei pointed poatiuastei .1 '?' count Tbe s. . ??et the Wst and clu-.ij*-?! t. a? ai all kind? ut (jeart'i. Tbe li. A <>. K. 1'. will two cent? a mil. foi 11,.- ItuofJuly. Tbea? s are good from M te the elk m cluaivt?. Ton can aseas?) ti I taeee und fly trail?. bald-headed indi >-p,. civ should go at aaea at (?ai. A tremeuduii? ?to bats for suuiuiet ?o low that all tea buy tliein, at t.. H. K. Kai?ton, of Roekingaaui died last Tuesday, aged % v.at?, lii? fatber lived to the a^e ol Bty tbe Vuife t.. Ih .. M laing. 60 nice suits t? h., i-!,?,-.! poeiTI .i. N : Sue E. LOWSBM ha? been a PostuiMter a' - ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 July 1886

Fai*m and Household. CHANGING SEEDS. "Changing Seed" has long been practiced by farmers and with ex? cellent results, it often being at? tended with a largely increased crop. All farmers are acquainted with tbe fact that if some kiutls of seeds are not changed the crop will soon run ont. This fact is true of grains but applies to a larger ex? tent to garden vegetable. For in? stance, the onion seed of Connecti? cut is imported from Tripoli, ami grows well there tor one or two crops, bat if the cultivation is loug continued from the original seed the onions soon are only the size of acorns. Again, potatoes grow vieil in Louisiana and as far south as the Bermudas, if the seed is tasen there from a cool climate each year. Heavy oats take tin? cool, moist climates of C?ntala nnd Northern Furo'ie and grown in the Northern or Middle United States will produce a better yield the first year than if grown on their native soil. One reason, and the principal otie for these facts is that every ...

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 July 1886

rnmim VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, V1I.GIMA. FRIDAY, JUL? 9, 1886. NO. 26. I? IT'UI-OI, n \ l'tl? BY rOl IIERALI? COUP SnWription, ?ink DOIXAB ANDA HALF per year payable iu ad-, a Subscriptions not raid at time of ?ub acr'hing unty ran tb.?ee mouth? for re iKiiissib'e earth - lal altai 11 $3.00 sill be charged without variance iu any case. All communication? of a atriotlv private nature will be iiia-ried only a? .. mente. TILE BBRALD JOB 01 ill i? complet? m eviiv raaaaat. Editorial room, liusuit-s? oltice and ?team p tweea Railro td and I ?asea?????? ?? aa ? i ? i aaa LEMUEL BORDER, A l TORNE, A i LAW, Wool>?TOC?, Viiu.imv. , ?K.siiu No -. Bui ;. i Building,in or near winch : > D?BT F.isiONF.l.Fl'M.U, AV ATTORNEY VI Ei'iMu aa B Will |. ? iloa!i and adjoining I il attention lo'oil?, I I Ik: V\ Commissioner in chancery, ?\l> BOTABT llT.jAlKs.iN ttsj 21-M.-lv. tt Fames c. baker, jr., tt .-v. i: v it I t in ,\ BOB l>. . Miru.i. : of ?a. 1, i ? lira? ruir ? Urrtcs is Coin- t.Va. AJJr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 July 1886

8fti:N.41.l>0*Tt TtSU?il) is ruaugBXD wkskly by THE HERALD COMPANY ??VOODHTOCK, VIRGINIA. IB1B4V, Jl l.i ?, ins?;. PROTECTION THE GREAT ISSUE. liccent events at Washington and the general drift of public senti meut render it certain that the policy of Protection to home indus tiy is to bo the leading issue in the coming Congressional campaign.? The Republican party is in edl./ coiuuiitteil to this policy. An portant wiug of the Democratic party, under the leadership of Mr. Kandall, is also favorable to Pro? tection, with the reservation that it would reduce such duties as it be? lieves are higher than are necessary to maintain good wages for Amcri eau workingmen. A larger ami more powerful wing ol the same party, with Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Morrison at its head, believes, or at asserts, that Protective du tH I are binden? upon coustlllier?, ami should Ins reivealed where pos? sible, and where this can not be dono that they should l?e M timed as to make them duties for icsenue only....

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 July 1886

WOOD8TCOK, VA. [Entered at the I'.st ? rfl V? . is? mailer. FtillitY. Jl I.V .?, l*?st GENERAL LOCAL L*TEWS 4 Ih?. No. 1 B t'ominnnioii itartieeawill beheld in l.utheritn bath. pastor will be, :is.?iited b> l?i W. 8. II mau, of .?avion sj A liilt : it. W. . Tarbf U's tin- - Geary's. A cow belou?iin; : ? M was killed a short distan.. depot, in W a the Kasl-lioc The Sabbath -? ad vert i hl com?? nt! at >i July loth, ha? 1 ? ? time ;ti An, will be frrea, Samuel Shackle! t, president of i Valley turnpike. ol the business men in t' ? I wealthiest citizens of liai last weak, aged ah, u: eight; Prints from .'. t.. - eta. BM dress wor?rt*l,?j ? at Davii'a A voii-v at f 1 Tom's Brook, ?a.? tliran ? I hay one day last wee',,, a ' arm badly ' vim of the l the young Aunt. liny Tom a . will sell you oil f.-' . il u?. In ?ta. per gallon. t>nr celled. Trv dirt. No tilth. W. C Capt. Thaaapeon IV?l'-y VI . anil lyiiiii Jut limit? - a ?tot-k farm with ? < blood?*! homes. Just received ano...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 July 1886

? non riH-r tags.: "ist?, that spring bas disappea and it is now fed by numerous si springs around its bead. The author recollects seeing, a description of this place, publ ed in u northern Magazine. *t years ago,) the opinion exprei that this wonderful work of nai hud btfcu formed witbiu the men of man ; but tbis is doubtlea mistake. Messrs. Snvdow and brook both stated to the wr that it existed when the cooi was first discovered. Col. Snyi particularly, stated that he cc recollect it upwards of sixty ye and that it had not increased length within that i*eriod, but risen as above described. Near this pool of water stam wild cherry, which those gentlei described to bo ninety feet higl the first limb, perfectly straif and not less than five foot diameter. m BOVAL OAK. This grand and majestic tre within about one mile of I 'nun very sprightly village, tin uistico for Monroe county. It is H height, and is suid to be ei| feet In diameter. It has acqnii the name from its immense sii tott...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 July 1886

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1886. NO. 26. IS TVBIJSBCn WEKKLY RT THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription. OSBPVtM.AR ANDA HAUT per year payable in advance. 8nbecriptionB not raid at time of ?ub ecr'liiiitf may um th.vo months for re potiHitibl? partit?. But alter tls:it Hm f??.?O ?vill be charged without variance in any case. Ail communication? of a strictly private nature will be inserted only a? advcrti.se aienU. THE HERALD JOB Or'UCE, 1? complete h * '? Editarla! room, buhiiic?? eftee ai d s* ai ; tweeu Kail road and V LKMl'EL BOBD] \. aiu'Um.y at law, Woodstock, Vu. ?KncK,~Koom No. -, Humer BaUdtag, la or near which he MB be found i nearly or quite every ?lay. N KOBT. bTsTONKB?BNBII, A in'KM.V AT LAW, El'INBl'KO, Mll>ANl>?>.VIM 0., VA. Will practice in the eoartaei Bhenan doah and adjoining eoaal special atteutiuu to Collection <?! ? S -4?ly. Commissioner in chancery, un i ? aBI rcauc. Mt. Ja? k- s ? - VlkomiA. M?y 21 tt*.?lv. t? JLMES C. BAKER, Jb., ?? WI...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 July 1886

IS rt BUb'HKI) WEKKLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. tKIDAY, JU.Y16, I si,?. A LlTELY"lTME among THE BOURBONS. The Horse Auctioneer Carries the Day. Alexander not so Big, Papa, Though the Peo? ple call Him Great ! THE COURT HOUSE CLIQUE STILL HOLO THEIR 6RIP. I IbilN, Bewwes, ITai Arthur Stiiklry, litrd, lltidi! und a?? M. Sticklty ilium tin tknt?l'i mid lahorimjim n of tin mi-calhd Deuuteimtic Party of Skenan?tnh. Wl >.i-Honor out; -mm; Umirful, and us he om*Sei If Dan and thi ?mxt offnr In- xmilinyly xayx : iraitinfi Ion; hopiimj Ion, toiujimj . rtutiiiii Imr only /or :? ?infirman from Xnc Marl.it Mr. Offmuir, dexiret to hi hiard, and axxrrtx ?mitirely that he trill not urhany hin ?Hixitimt an toll gajaV ?'<<;? r forthat ifrondintoron .?/. at 0 ?'irruir* St/;? ! Caw I Thr tjmial yroprii tor of ttrkmy .<l>i-iiiijs ?4 ?n the hoitxr of hix fa? ll a fair and sijuarr daw?, .Vo xhn?inij nndtr thrtahU. a Walton get? on lux ,,/r and urn xttttain* hix reputa tioH...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 July 1886

.Ja1.. _ ?WOODSTOOK, VA [Entered at the Poet Office, at Wood Va., aa -econd-claae matter. KK11>%\. JULY 10. IHM BEXEBAL LOCAL NEW Send a poetal card for Ri I enlare to A. (?. Wynkoop fl Co., Kea Ute Agenta. Box sy. A big lot of Lorillard'a cbewiug amoking tobacco just received ai Oearj'a. Tbe Commercial College of Ky, In aity, Lexington, Ky.. received the ( Medal over all Colleges at the W? Exposition. See advertisement. If you ?ant a nice new pair ofbooi ahoee, go to F. M. A L. C. Evens, on ) ?treet, opposite tbe bank. Rev. R. H. Fleming will preach at Sheuandoah County Alms House, on I day. July lstb, at a] P, M. C. Kawi.I?, S, Call at tbe Woodstock Land Agaairj Real K?t?te Circulars. A. Q, Wvnkoo Co. Real Estate Afasa?, aprtMia LOST. ?Retween Mr. Sauiuel llvnl's i tbe "Rocks" one ?drab kid glove for right band. Kinder ? ill please leavi at tliia oftice. Onr friesd Jno. i.rary ?ay? the ?raj take up lost motion in a l>ji ale, is to U off tbe top and put it to work m the h Tea...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 July 1886

Farm and Household. AW0oDAB0UT_STACKIN6. The object ot potting grain and hay in stacks is to save it from loss l'y rata. The f-ecret of good stack? ing lies in making it shed water, and to do this there must be a thatching, a kind of straw shing? ling on every part of the outside above a few feet from the groand. All the outside straw or hay must incline downwards, and it must have that tendency ti ved when the stack is bnilt. The first thing to lie learned and ri'int'inbvrud about stacking is to keep the middle full. Start in the middle of the foundation. Put the first forkfull there and build around it. Not only must the middle be kept full, but it must have the most trumping if any is done, the point being that if any part of the stack in more solidly ballt than another part it ought to be the middle, so thut in settling the middle will not sink faster than the outside. Then (in case of hay ) if the outside lavera are so arranged with the fork as that the stalks and blades be str...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 July 1886

JJ ? I ' ? VOL 66. WOODSTOCK, V11U?IMA. FRIDAY. JUL? i-i, 1886. N< ). ->7. StfEN/WDOMt WML* IS Pt'BUHRBD WKEELY BY THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, On? Dollar axda hal? per year payable in advance. Bnbeoriptiona not \ aid at time of aub acr'bing may runth.-ee mouth? for re poQesibie partie?. But after that time $2.OU ?ill be charged without varianoe in any caaa. ?11 communication? of a strictly private nature will be inaerted only aa advertise Biaate. Tfflt HERALD JOB OFFICE, 1* complete in every respect. Editorial room, boaineaa office and ?team preaaea be? tween Railroad and Main atmete. WaT**?"aa*-?_' ' 1" J ' ' ? LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woowrroc?, Viroinia. Otvic*,?Koom No. ?, Burner Building, in er near which he can be found all day of nearly or quite every day. [ May - "DOBT. S. 8TONEBUKNEB, XV ATTOkNEY AT LAW, Edinbuku, shknashoah Co., Va. Will practice in the court? of Slicnau doah and adjoining comities. Special attention to Collection of Claims. Kov. 3, '04?l...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 July 1886

fltt?-w?Ji? --^ Htr^Lt) rUlPAW JI'l?Y?8?1s IHMt. i "di y s' All'.?: - - ? I ? | ' ' - h I .. ; U ? ' - ? : ? i ? paid by rinditlOIi, and opinion term ?ipjPJ^HinJinJiBBBBaBBBBBBBBn I - i . th.in when will be other indict nith nn ! le?ltli. Tberean its and numer?os ? which have amount MM?. MORE BLUNDERS. ! binder, m ineai ? Ip the adi I, evt when ; ?m it, to kill til ratio party. ??All our needful customs icvi upon nue only" ( which the Democratic part itself did not daro toin the illation ? upon which it nom mil llendrii icai proposi le. Manning roch tx whei muid iie t] e won n .il ens i Mr. Mannitif - departed Anally id pro i ; ?Un - enue should ith Ho - .-tlilll illte: ? l'erhaj a S, enta! v Manning on. At .lit.for I -;i ami low the lead of thoi Mut he is hardly tin- In rcratic parly, as that I for in this ?:ot voice theopin ?on of the Democratic people, par? ly ol \ ?rgii -oiith. ?m this si should : it Otlll I' 1 the abol _.lld to or party ; ami I ood :<:i the national Democrac...

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