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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 July 1886

[Entered at the I' W.I Va., a i itn?.Y, .111.v as, is?* nekal local new A ceiiiinuiiicatii.il la aiidoah Valley Sund?', will appear in mu For comfort, raat in a baa aon A OafasM ba re >'??? George, the fourteen >.. Mrs light foot severely with an a] dey sWmiag. A whole carriage or varnished all with eesj Ml by 1!. Schmitt. Mr. .1. I.. W - bavmg an artesian ?? ' ?1 v? ? Hing. Tlie weak i- being ? Harris. New good?, lu ' That ' lielll" l'un.a. .'. ul ' at?, is in lall Maat, and hi doim ? kaadaMaa Ik i . ?H't'S. Kverv pari ol - in the ?lu ? belt. Itviag m ti , fi.nl H kid 110 bi Id wbi on % acres. (?et yenr tobacco, . ;_';ii at Davidson <V Cat ' Mr DoWitt i oBmaa i ; : ? eti b] being 'I.: ??? days age. Call at the Woo.' Circulara. \ Co. Keal Ks' Berj. O. Patter?..h, of Han been | pike Coinp-m-, t.. ' aioned by t ! Wc have al ul! lia ted meats, raaMOal feed*. In a church in the go??! old t..?n <.f Warrenton, Va., 1??' when the Hinunter made an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 23 July 1886

1 Farm and Househ DEEP CANSAR MILK. A correspondent of the ( (?mtlman says: "It is o\ years since vro adopted the deep setting milk, and w? never seen the timewben wc be willing to go back to t plan of open shallow pans or When we first began deep s wo were milking eight cows liad the cans made eight im diameter and twenty inches bnt now that we are only k cows for family use, we m ten inches deep. The cai made with a bail, but the < u Inch the bail is attached : low enough so that the lid fil the top of the can instead of as lids usually do ; this is I vent water from entering th when they are used in a ches ice above them. A few i ftoni the bottom, one han soldered to the side of the c u-e in tipping it to pour m milk. These cans should a lie made of heavy tin, as it w much cheaper iu the long though costing more at first. ? caus have been in constant m the past ten years, and seve them have not been repaired ? bnt a part have needed new touts, as they have been used ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 July 1886

YOL 66. WOODSTOCK. -'Sis? .?red ...^BBJIBv^-- '^/ VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULI 30, 1886. NO. 28. 18PDBU8HXI>WKE? TUE HIBALDCOMPANY ription, O.vr. 1Kim.au ano a iul? per year pa] l Kulwcriptious uot i aitl at time of enb sor'lnng sas] " !or ?*? a time II be charged without vai any case. All eomianaioations of a strictly private nature will be inserted only as ad menta. TUE IIEKAI.I) JOB OFTIt B, is complete i- I dttorial i ronni. l.usineSN i-ltict? ami stoatB presase be- ] twicn Railroad and M LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORN! i \i LAW, W-I.IDSTOCB, : \ll:,,lM\. - ?Bvsas Xu. -, Barnes Bailding, in or neai wliK-b he can be foond a! nearly es .pute ,-vei\ day. N K?BT. E^STONEBURNER, ATTORNEY \1 LAW, KluNM'Ktl. MUVAM'.'VII t 0., VA. Will practice in tl i adjoining i ? il attention loi I LlKliLtll, as., Commissioner in Chancery, VMi ROI M;V 1 I'lil.lt'. Ml'. .IacKmiN. - - VlBOlNIA. BtavJI-iM?lv. ? I AMI'- C. BAKER, .?it.. ft -Wllll iiAino> .?. BO> i>. !'?? -, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 July 1886

UrCBUSBKDWKKXLY ET TOE HERALD COMTANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. ?TUlaT?, I8?4V ? i THE OLE0MAR6ARINE BILL. Senator Riddleborjfer'o Five Miautet Homar ka. Mr. Huiler. No; I v ?eld to the Senator from Virginia. Mr. Hiddleberger. Mr. President, this is the only opportunity 1 In? lievo that has been afforded to ex? press an opinion of this bill other than snch as has proceeded from its friends or its opponents based on the dairy system or the right to manufacture anything, and I desire to express try hostility to the bill, eotniug as I do from a farming Com? munity, because it is to all intents and purposes an internal-revenue *a\. ? do not believe that there is a farmer in the western, north? western, or southwestern part of Virginia who docs not despise the suggestion of Internal revenue. 1 know that when I cross the James river aud get Into the tobacco coun? try where we have jieople upon whose product so much ]>er pound, 8 cents, for instance, is levied, they hate the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 July 1886

WOODI [Kr.lereil at. tue l'oMl'iHce, a' V?.. as -?eoud-claMi matter. IKIIIW. JULY ?* 1?*? IEBAL LOCAL Turiii]i ms?il, tie bot at Ba hmitt's. 'Ihe SS| (Uniera han broie section, quite a number ot t alreaily ?lieil ami many oiln-i- - Whiskey barrel? ami koa* M. Geary. Hon. 1). S. U? -, Kepuulicau, v\ as I ad Mayor of HaWtMaWaMBj anst ?raok b majority. Smoke the celebrated I Cigarettes, M KM Ihe bogcbelera i? i ing extent iu Botet ou it ami Ml count:?-. Some case* have lieeu r>'?>i of farmers losiu?? IM head in a nook. Freeh turnip Nannie Williams ami Jalla Al luveNsSasasJSMI I ?''.'.-':,' ora ? ->l fr?en Misses Maggie ami liar.? V - crick county Bay your blackingat Qaary's. 11. m sell you a larj;? !?? The coUired M K. Can? will hold a bush ?aallagj oa I and 15th in 8 under the charge of Rar. Kic-hai.l Lane Have a lot of ?aimed aaaobl formerly sohl t.t SO an.l 95? ami m marked do-\n to IS?. W ? Harry Harman, the i!c\ il ai ' baa lieen Many?nos] tor MSM ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 30 July 1886

Farm and Household. THE WALKING HORSE. Tbo tin Stoek loin nal It glad to see this sublet is attracting gener? al attention. No more important 7?MO he added to the horse than that ot walking oil .steadily at a five or six mile gait, which is be ? 1 tobe possible. We have a great many horses in the country that cannot get over six miles of ground in an hour at any kind of gait that will not worry them. Vet the walking gait is the one most used, and a last one is more impor? tant even at work than on the rom I, since a comparatively small amount of carriage traveling is done as compared with work, including the hauling of heavy loads on the road. The managers of fair?' have it in their power to do considerable to awaken an interest in this question, bv eiicouragiug competitions for premiums. They may be for teams walking before carriages,and teams walking before loads, ?litis includ? ing both the carriage and tho draft horse. The same paper asks : "How do j you water your horse ?" I &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 August 1886

?te??i?ii?il* i fjepli VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, AUGUST 6, 1886. NO. 29. is rcnuaaxD wskklv by TB1 ?IERALP COM TW Y Subscription, On i?i.i.lab and a half per year payable in ailvanoe. Hul?scriptions not r ai.l at timo of snb ser'biiiK uiay riiutli.ee months for ro Bul aftei thai time $'?00 ?ill la. esnanaad without \aimnce in any case. All eouiniuuication? of a strictly private nature will be iuaerted only an advertise, uetite. THI HERALD JOB OIK. Is complete in every respect. EsUtorial room, a?aanees eaaae ami meam prosees be? tween Kailroa?! anil Mam si LEMUEL BOBDEX, 1TTOBNKT AT LAW, \V?Ki!>8TOCK, : Vllti.INIA. Otm K,?K?kiiu No. 8, llurner Bnllding, in or near which he ?an be found ;. nearly or quite every ?lay. LatA] ! ROBT. E. 8TONEB?RNER, AI[oUNK? AT LAW, KlilNlll'IHi, SllKVAXHHAll I 0., VA. Will practice lathi dosh ami ailjoinuie, conn! !s|Kx-ial attention to Collection ol I I LliileLKTT, a?., ATTOkaSI at LAW, Commissioner in Lhancory, ' AND s I I.U'. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 August 1886

U PCBI.I8HXD WKKXLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, AM?. ?. 1SH?. Aaron Harnes, a ciippled shoe? maker, in "VA'arrenton, when the doctor approached his bedside Tuesday, of last week, said, "I am better now, and died with the voids on his lips. The Democratic Congressional Convention for this District met at Front Koyal, on Wednesday. After the usual speech-making and vexa? tious delays, Col. (has. T. O'l'er rall, the present incumbent, was nominated on the first ballot, re? ceiving V2'1 votes. W. B. Alexan? der was also put in nomination, and received SB votes. A jury iu Boston has just ren? dered a common sense verdict of not guilty in tho case of a barber ? that city prosecuted for keeping his shop open on Sunday ; but it only did so npon the following in struction from a judge who pos 1 fommon sense: "Whether m not ssi'b work is a wore ot ne v or chanty is the question von must decide. If any man is guilty for shaving another then that person who was shaved wou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 August 1886

WOODSTCOK, Vj [Entered at tlie. Host Office, at W.k V?., as ?eoond-ela?* matter. PUHrtV. kl'U. ?. IS? GENERAL LOCAL KE\ think ! good tobai-co 35 and peril.. W i Messrs. NetV, near Ne?. Market, tl from 38 acres 1W0 buabels of wheat A fine line of wagon?, hnggie?, , batnl and for Hale by Hottel A 1. ?W There are several ca?e? of scarlet in the fsniily of Mr. ?.';> ? Jackson. Stone pots, jar* ami ?ng ever. .i.-iity of cucumber?, green ami watermelon?, and yon will noon suffering with the heat- I world. H.ekii.ilotti j.low* ami lepairs foi by lL.ttel ? Laeey. All sre invited to the dim Ijittcrsn lsdies will ?en Hall, on court ?lay. Cream? total day ami at night. I.aiui? \ I lb. cooked Cornell be? f in MM 10 ?X.ct?. W.C Ban A very interesting sud thrilling respoodence from St. I.tike'? ? ami not found until too ! isane. It will appear m our \mmot Mr. Kut.t. a. Bwnaaak. erl apprenticeship and vv as for a niimli? year* a comi>o?itor on this |is|ier, hut eently on tin?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 6 August 1886

Farm and Household. EVEJlWe, The wild gulls wheel sad waver, ?all and cry, In sad, sin ill notes that quaver Tween earth and sky ; ai sun sinks apace, White yet his gleaming faoe Look? out .1 moment's space Through mists that fly. 'I'ho toiling team more slowly In rhythmic beat, With patient heads bent lowly, Their heavy feet Past freah-cut turrtrat dear; While low wave, whisper near, And sweet earth-odors here The salt ain meet. Dim wings of twilight hover tier Held and ?*ra, For day is past and over; And silently, With wearv sense and sight, Throng h veils of fading light, The plongbman welcomes night Wben rest shall be. ? /'*? ?evades?* 6LEANIN6S. There is probably no direction "winch the farmer can turn his at? tention to with more profit than that of learning how to beat pro? teo! his crops from injury by drought. We have already made lunch progress within the last twen^r-five years, a ad no doubt the m \, twenty-five years will witness tcven a greater progress. It Is not many ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 August 1886

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, V1KOIN1A, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1886. NO. 30. IB Pl'BUSHKli waKKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY Sultecription, Own DOLLAB anda HALT per year payable in advance. Subscriptions not raid at time of sub acr'biug may run tb.e? moiith:? tor re ponssible partie.. But after that time i'i.00 wilt bo charged without variance in any case. . All communications of a strictly private nature will be inserted only as advertise- | tuen ta. THE 11KKAI.1' JOB OfflCX, is complete in every ItstBaet. Editorial loom, busineee oltlce ami steam iiretSaSBOe? tweeu Railroad mid M.iui ?I LEMUEL BOBDEN, ATTORNKY AT LAW, WttonSTOCK, : VilttllMA. . -Room Ho. -, Bota? Bu.lding.iu or near ?hieb ht tai be fOBBSj I nearly or tiuile ever? day. x KOBT. i:. sroMi'.i KNi-.it, ATTORNEY A I LAW, KmniH'ku. BaTJE) ,\."i' ? Will praetii-e in the oourteof Sl.enau doab anil iiiljoiiiitii! ceoatlt ?^,?|aJtttt?ttisit*> Collection oft laissa. I LrMt'LETT, a.., ?TTOBJ81 AT LAW, Commissioner in chancery, ?Mi (rO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 August 1886

IS PCBU8HBD WEKKLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FH1DAY, Alt.. 1.1, 1SSO. i SENATOR RIDDLEBER6ERSWAY. In an interview at Maustield, Ohio, last evening with Senatoi Sherman a reporter asked why (Senator Riddleberger objected to the adoptiou ot the usual resolution of thanks in the Senate the other day. "Ilecauso he did not know any better," replied Sherman. "Then there was nothing person al in bis conduct '." ">'o, nothing of tLat kind that I know of. It was just his way." Senator Sherman is quite right :n saving "there wa? nothing per coual in his conduct."' It is among the possibilities he is equally right hi saying i "Recause he did not know any better." Rut ho might Lave added that Riddleberger did not "object" ; Le exercised his priv? ilege of calling for a quorum, which bad been done by otber Senators twice in tLe preceding half hour, ou matters of legislation. We have never considered Mr. Sherman of such immense proportions, even as a presidential candi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 August 1886

WOOD8TCOK, \ [ tviitered at tlie 1'o.t ( Mice, at W Va., m -econd-clas. uiatt PftUsAT, Atta. i:t- i GBJiRBAL LOCAL M We ?,!>? ShO*t 1, ?? t?malo garden of Mr. I* V. K.l lower lh ed 3 pouud. and Call at Jamison'? for 111 ter. Mr?. Morit/ ileller, of this place cucumber tln-t uieaaured 10 i Irugth, It inen, s in dtaa - 31be. Tbe Splendid silvt-i tup otltret Carter for tbe best ???Idle horse w premium, will BO on exbibidoi wiuilow of Hargelt'a until the l'a A. L. Jamison is itelliuar tin- gee Maryland Alkaline, and : proportion to 7.". tent wheat. Tbe - ?? an- pouudn cry ?lirection, ami despite | wet .pfll thewbest mi insiu faire? aiitl ot ?pleuthd ti,, Don't forgt t the 0%S)t l'hottphi grow s tbe big j'i.liU ot Wheat ft.i A. I.. Jamison's. Dr. T. I'. l.axke -?ill be iu Ediub 'rueeday, August 17th. All in i |] service? will filial him at his at Mr. S. P. llolliiigswoit! C. P. Wigbtium'-. - Tbe post office at Tots'! Btoo (.oiiiitv, baa been ssade a money aatata. Wa knew that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 13 August 1886

I I _ Farm and Household .WASTE IIM-ENCES. A contributor ot the Vanea Form saya that during the 1; twenty years he has greatly ?lured the cost of fencing ou 1 faim, and has come to the cone nun that half the money spent ! fences is wasted. Ile- has sav the most troin reducing the amou of iuside fencing. His farm ct tains ninety acres, and he li thrown sixty acres of it into o Held, and has not turned an a mal on it for twenty years. T writer says : "I have found it ei ier to keep this land up to a hi; state of productiveness than i lt;ul pastured it. I rely largely < clover to fertilize it, and in mo seasons, by not pasturing aft harvest, I can get as heavy a grow of clover as those farmers wl pasture their young cIomi til harvest do in the following .Tun I consider tlaft. this land grov ?liree crops in every two years, f. 1 get one ot corn and one of whea and a clover crop which grov after the wheat crop is cut, an which I beliere to be worth, on a average, as much in pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 August 1886

VOL 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, ?UGUST 20, 1886. NO. 31 Il PUBLISHED WIIILT ?T THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, On? Dollar arda half per year payable in advance. Subscriptions not raid at time of sub sor'bing niay run thrtw month? tor re ponasible parties. But after that time %%W) will be charged without variance in any caee. All communication? of a ?trtctly private ?stare will bs ineerted only a? advertise mecU. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, ie complete in every respect. Editorial ?oom, busine<a. office and ?team preeeei be? tween Kftilroad and Main ?treeU. LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woowrroca, Virginia. Ornc?,~Room No. -, Burner Uuildiiig. m "rneMwhichheca.,l..??ou.,d all da? ?? nearly or quite every day I Ma} - POBT.E.STONF.IUKNKK XV ATTOKNEY Al 1-AV>, Edinbuko, Shlnv.ni.o.ui Co., Va. Will prectic? iu th? curt? of Shenan doah and adjoining connue?. ...... Special attention to Collect ion o? L laini?. Nov. 3, VM-ly-_ |>nW,n'"'tlWM!itU?, Commissi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 August 1886

18 PUBU8HID WEEKLY ?Y THF \XY f > WOODSTOCK. Vli:<MMA lltlDAY, 11?.. W, iss?. THE CAULDRON IS BOILING. LET HER BOIL ! This time it oannot ii" raid that the RepnbUeans supplied tbe fuel. II was m !^ : t?: .? thi I Democ? racy elected a legislature pledged t> execute the debt settlement in its entirety, declaring that settle iiu'tit liual ami U] "?> and . body 'bo dared to mention it. Tbeit fini act in connection with it carried the whole subject back to the very courts in which it favorably and Horn then till now we have known i |. >een one constant agitation of the tion over since, kept nn by and among this new Democracy, unin? terrupted, unintendedu ?th bj of the real friends of the original "Fiddleberget" bill. Su mm owned tbi - the old funder attorneys and a( lu the courts until > "debt qui - ening bead before us in ls7!?. Coupons the treasury and county are held to be tres| levy upon tbe property of a Dula ney too...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 August 1886

ti.T?T*,eMO0;Hy ttEf?lS _WOOD8TOOK, VA, t Lntered s* the Poet OnVe.ot Woodstock, Vs., at lecond-clase matter. FKllkaV. *Hi.ao. I ?v.?. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS, Half sheets were soil to SSOSi "f onrex chauges lost week, for which "?? soslrs to moke humble apology. Ooi good con teniporariee will be gsad so ko m that ont li?t of ?ubatriliers^ruvs up Call at Jamison's for UtosWindsoi Pias? ter. The Rev. C. R. l>ifVrr.li..cker wil in the Reformed Church. Sunday evening, Angnst Wnd, at ? l' M President Cleveland has appointed Hon. Jnu. Groode governnn -nt i the Bell Telephone DocoBsvay. Qor. Fitzhugh Le? acri?rsd il .< irkm-v on Tuesday night. He will taevfe there the lost of th? week to be in Richmond mi Monday. We ore itlad to hear that I of Mr. A. Retlfern, of Strasburg, who bos bean very ill with ttux, is now Improving. Kider H.H. Holsinger, of Ohio, will preach at Bound Hill Church, on Sumln.v. Knd in?t.,Ot 10 o'clock, a. m., and Tom's Brook at night, ta K. ii. siiw ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 20 August 1886

I . ? . . - Farm and Household PREPARING THE WHEAT UND. Begin ploughing for wheat at t earliest post harvest moment. Tl will prevent a growth of weed and v ou will gain tbe aid oft ruin, Run and air in pulverizing ai packing the ground. Pass, ea evening, with a heavy rollar, ov what has been ploughed durii the day. As the ground is dr then? is no danger of its packii too solid, it this is done. Koliu will crush the clods before thi Luve hardened ; it will also pi vt< nt the drying ont of the grouii It is a great mistake not to folio clone after the plough with tl roller ; the clods harden and tl ground becomes so dry tin part ot the wheat will not ge minate. Allow the ground toi until shortly before you di-sire I sow. Thon harrow and roll unt tbe ground is fine and solid. Appl tbe barnyard manure just befoi this, that stirring the ground ma mix it through the soil. The see bed for wheat cannot be made to line, nor too solid if tine. No cro is benefited more tban wheat by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 August 1886

vol. m. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1886. NO. 32. IS rCBUBcTKD WXEELY BT THE HERALD COMPANY Subecrlpiion, One Douar anua half per year payable in advance. Subscriptions not I aid st time of sub ocr'bing may ruu th.-ee months for re ponseible parties, but otter that time $2.(JO will be charged without variance in any case. ?11 communication? of a strictly private bo tore will be inserted only as a. i monta. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, la complete in every lesjBaat Editorial room, business otuce'un.l -.team preosoobo tweeu Railroad and Main streets. LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, ?vv'(X)D?rrocs, vimii.NiA. OVVIC?,?Room No. -, limner llmlding, in or near which be can be found . nearly or quite evt-iy da>. [Ma] -, -??. Ij ROBT. K.SlOM.I.l KMK. ATIi'llM. ElHNItt'K'l. Mll.V.VM'O.Vll I "-. V V. Will practice, in the cnurtsof Shcnau doah and adjoining c..un! ? ?passai attention to Collect ???> l?M I Nov. 3,'S4-ly. LTK1PLETT. e?., . \KY AT LAW, Commissioner in C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 August 1886

Stt?1?/t1vD0A+t vfi-fa/UD IS FC BUSHED WUKL V BY TFIE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, Alii. 27, IHH?. Wk publish tbo full text of what is known a9 the Brady bill on this page so that it may be carefully read and pondered. Our couimeuts on it, as they were briefly mad? last week, will call attention to tho most objectionable and monstrous ot its ft?atures. Much more remains to be said to tipos?) tho ol'iect and ? uVct of such an impracticable, silly, and humiliating; proposition at this cnti cal juncture. Waut of space for? bids further notice of it this week, but in onr next issne tve think we can show beyond dispute that the entire preamble is based upon an assumed state of facts ?Inch never have existed, and which cannot be found to exist in the last decisions of the C S. Su preme court. In non?* of these cases was Coupon Killer No. 1 re? lied upon m tho courts below, and therefore the judgment of tho high? est court was rendered entirely on other pleadings than those ...

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