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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 July 1881

?HENANDOAH HERALD WOUDOHTCK VA. ? ?*4lllV?s<llM J?ilj '-?Tlh. 1881. T0W1 AMD COUlsTY AITAIBB. (BaUred at the Po*t Ofte. ?t Woodstock, V?. a? eecond-cla?? matter.] Chang?? of ?cbeduie on Harper'? Ferry and Vallty biauch. taking effect B?y l*3d It*). Bo, (At r??t Bound ja?a?Dg*r.1.44 -..Ta*. " tU '? " tbroiig? freight.8.0? " a *4i .. .. Vayfraght.lO.ew *. u. ?' 610 Weat Bcund pa?a*ng*r} _?? '{% *?U ?? at? " through freight ....t!u a.m. .. ?an .. ? WaT M \ Arrive l.tl ?. M. mo Vvaym. j Leaye , M ? ' 603 Arriv?? ?t Washington, D. C. at 7.30 i- M. ?' " Baltimore, Md. " it? " ?10 Arrive? at llarrl?. nbuig " S.2S r. M. *? " " btauntou " 4.20 " 11. L. CAMPBELL, Agt. lUaBonlc Notice? Cat-Bia Lodge, ISo. 142, F. A. M. tueets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. Pic-Nic?-There will be a ba?ket pic nie ou Parish grounds near Maurer town on uext Saturday, July 30th. The public are cordially invited. Freuch candy for 25cU. at Schmitt'?. School Board. ?The Di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 27 July 1881

FARM AND FIRE SIDE Sobtbbrn Planter and Farmeb the taVatieat and Ablest Agricultura J.ornai la the South,: Subscription, $2,SO a year, Ricnmond,.Va. Wa Wili furnish this excellent and popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper one year for $2,50, or six months for $1,50. Ever farmer should have it. ?T?Bt?T****??T*??a^ Overwork. I met a man some time ago who used to travel on business, and al? most passed his life upon the rail. He came home one evening, and walking across his dining-room he ptnggered like a dmnksn man. Uncharitable people, who did not know his 1.abito, might have thought him inti-xioated. He sank on bis chair, and he was a prisonsr in his chair, aH the rest of his lite. He was completely paralyzed in his lower limbs. The incessant trave? ling on the rail at la?1 proved too much for hi? nervous system.? Hence the collapse; and I have a strong impression that other col? lapses might be traced to a smilar source. I know of a lawyer who was in a great rush of" busines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 August 1881

? 1 Hall U III. II Hai ' I . '...^t-v- ... <nnp*ST?!!,r*!9*?W^. ^;_^T^i" aiital VOL.61. WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3* 1881. NO. 41. SHENANE?AH HERALB i? ro?nun?ri wmmi jv HENANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO ?"**** SahRcription, one iMUar and ? halfper ye? r?y?l?leln advance. All oonwnaicaM?ns of a private uat-.iro will be barged for a? ?advertising. Job Priatlats*. All klad? of Job Work done at short notice sud the most rea?onal>U> ?ate? Prof- -.*/" wl Carets. T B. McINTURFF, A T T O H XE Y AT LAW, BTRASBir.O. V UK? NI A. t**"* Prompt attert'-vn given to th? election of cl?in;s iu Sb?ru?nthah, V.?mn ?nil 1 r Countiet. M-iy 18th V,-Ty. A t?. WYNKOOr, AT T O H N K F XT L A II', Office With Hon. H. C. ALLEN. WOOBtSTOCK va. ?TI ' practice <n thr? court? of Fhcnandoah anil ?tie?. mrspecHl attention?*1****3 totne collection of \tlin? ?ml ?I ?\ii.i. 7 x i\ Mt. ? Satnr dav, before the 2nd -h j.oulh. at Jr. !.. B. Jori Sept. r?h?tf. MovrsiV ,,.ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 August 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD t? tDtlllltr ??Bw.LT BT HKNANDOAH HEB*.LO PUBLISHING CU WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wednesday Aag S 1981 ?a????aaaaa?aa?B?aa?aa The State Convention of the Con? servative party will meet in Richmond tomorrow. They will nominate a ticket, wiiic.i, we Itml assured will p?cate our people, one which we shall be proud to place at the bead of our columna and give a warm and hearty support. Should it be a mongrel ticke t composed of two Democrats and one Republican, we will not support it. If we can not vote for a ticket that is really a democratic ticket we will not take an objectionable mixture. We care not what the cry may be, "readjustment," repudiation," "a fair count and a tree ballot" or any other catch word, the people will not be de? ceived by it. Tbey will not support Jno. F. Lewis, the man who wanted the Democratic party buried so deep that there would be no resurrection for it. They will net support men who endorse Lewis. It a man asks you to vote the mongrel ticket,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 August 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD WOODOSTCK Vat.. ?TealneBHlav A ?ig. 3d, 1881. ^?JTa^^OOtJlITYr?rTAIir [Batana at the Poet OBie. at Woodatoak, Va. aa eeeond-claee atatter.] Caeag? of acb.dnie on Harper'* Terry aad Valliy Branch, tahlag effect May 33d 1881. Be. ?M BaJtH?uiid p?sa?nger.....1.14 ?. m. ?? ?88 " through freight.S.0? *? " ?81 " " Way i-relatht.10.?? a. a. - ?IS Wat Be und paeianger} *?JtV jj* *;*? " ?88 ? through f night ...7.1? a.m. ?*" W,y irt- j I*eat? 1.8? *? * MS Arrlt?? at Waablngtou, D. C at V.8? r. if. " Baltimi-re, Md. '? 8JB ?? ?10 Aitit*. at Uarrlaonburg ?? 1.28 r. u. " " " btauntou " l.ilo " It. L. CAliPBBLL, Agi. Masonic notice. Cassia Lodge, Ko. 142, F. A. M. meets in Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the last Monday night of each month. t til tl ' -t t Jat-taaaa ANNOUNCEMENT. HOUSE OF DELEGATES. WB are antberlxed to enneunce Dr. J. B. StbaYBr a candidat* for re-election to the HoB.e ?f Deleg.tea, subject to the decision of ? Ke adju?t?r eoBtention ahoald on? be deemed necea ??ry. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 3 August 1881

FARM ANO FIRE SIDE (toOTHM-tr PlaAIfTSB AMO Farm KR the OWest bo4 Ablest Agriculturi Joarnal lo tbs Sooth,) Subscription. |2,*0a yssr. Rlchn.ood,;V?. Wa wsl furnish this excellent sml popular Agricultural Journal, with our paper on? year for 42,50, or six mon lbs for $1,50. Ever farmer should have it. flsissmer Trsstment of Int-tnt* The morality ani?n--- infants dur ing the hot weather has been large all orer the country, aud eves here, in oar mountain home, with its fresh and invigorating breezes, many a family mourns the loss of its latest and most cherished treas? ure. We give below the rules, published by the West End Free Dispensary, of Baltimore, which, to s peat extent, have been ap? proved by many physicians ot this eountry. and as the Baltimore Sub says would, if observed, no doubt prevent the large increase of mor? tality ?mong infants during the hot season:? -'When an infant refuses food let it slone for a time. Over feeding does more harm than anything else. Nurse an inf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 August 1881

? ?' ??. ..a. ?(SES raes; ?7.61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1881. NO. 42. SHEIV'AN H|Ni -l?vg ?*V.T? ; CO' i DqU?.' ami a 1, nr-s ravable 'n a AH communicant? us of a privai uatu: ? harged for a? a ?tlv? : ti?iii, . Job ??riff. A!! icmd? of lob V the re /v.,'? - i I ':. R< a AT TOI! S i! V \ . ?""""Pronr-t ; ! cla?u i in 81 . Soav?U?a, \ G. WTJ?KOOP, A r T <> W, Office With Hun. H. C. ALLEN. WnekMUi K VA. Will practice 1i> ti.i-c-nri> . i .-: ?I *nt counties. tW~ >\ tims tnd ai1 lega] bm AIM. BV IN S "ay, before the -?ml i Sr. !.. II. J.r ' Sept. Mh?tf. Morm? Walton. M. L. '?'? nrixToa s wauton, VV Al rOSSXTfl AT LAW WOODSTOCK. VA, ***rM0SK? W.M.TON -.:- be Cona :ie?of P?ge, Warrtt H.tving a*u] t'lrevtlt Oourt? if the Putt! : .t.vtagtnecialft'.ton.i ? H C Alle?. 1'. v . ATTOKNKYS Ai :? STOCK, SHENANDOAH rJOl'NT?, April. 39-tf Jl?. B. WIl.M AM ^ki ILL1AM* k ATTORNEYS"?T LAW WOODSTOCK, VA. ri??aji? i? *ii? rm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 August 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD i? rr-BX.i?n?ii wbbclt bt HENANDOAN HEMLD PUBLISHING CO WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Wedaeaclaj Aag 10 1881 State Conservative-Democra? tic Ticket. FOB OOVERB 1>K - Jno. W. Daniel, OF LYNCBBDBO. FOB LlEUTEjUXT-ejOVEBNOB : James Barbour. Of CTLPEPEm. FOB ATTORNEY-aENBRAIa: ? P. VIT. McKinney. OF PBINCE EDWARD. Tho Platform. Read the platform, published m this issue. Il it brotd enough for all Dem? ocrats of the State to stand upon. It has the right ring. John W. Daniel our champion will stand upon it and lead the Democratic hosts of Virginia to certain victory. Oar Ticket We place at the head of our columns Ike Conservative Democratic Ticket. It is a ticket that we are not ashamed of. It is a ticket that the people will not be aiharaed to vote. It ii a plain Democratic ticket. It it a ticket com? posed totttalf of good and true men. It it not a mongrel ticket. It it aota striped ticket. It is not a tickst with a litter radical sandwiched between two j roft used d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 August 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD SOODHTOCK VA. IS eVue-ittiiti Aug. 10th, l??l. ~fOWl e?lToO?WTY AITAIM. [ *h?ter??l ?t tk? Poet Ota?, ?t *rVood?took, Va. ai ?sMtoud-elkia matter, j Ch?ag? of ?cheduie on Harper'? Ferry aud Tality bisnch. takiag?fltct May jSd lMi. !?.??* I??tB?uiid pauengtr.1.44 P.M. ? US " " through freight.8,06 " ? ai " " W?yfraight.10.09 a.m. - lllW??lBcundp??.ng?r} *%? ;*f? **? - tm '? through f rtlgbt_7.14 a.m. - ?a? ?? ?< Wav frt. K Arriv? 1.11 r. u. ?*" wayrrt, f j^., , ^ .. ?* IM Arrivai?! WMhingtou, IL C. at US r. M. ?' ?? Baltimore, Hd. '? 831 " 119 Arriva? at Hamaonburg " S.'.'S r. M. u ?? .. BUuuton " 4.20 " S. L. CAMPBKLL, Ayt. Jf tftsanlr "?Jotkc Ca.sia Lodge, No. 142, F? A. If. ?setts in Masonic Hall, Woodst?>ck, tbe last Monday night of each month. ANNOUNCEMENT. UOl'SE OF DELEGATES. WE are authotUed to announce Dr. J, B. ?Tit.T?? ? Modid?t? for re-election to the House ?f D?l?g?t?a, ?ubject to the decision of ? K? ?djuiter ?vaventHin ?hoald one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 10 August 1881

FARM AND FIRE S ^?^^m???Sm\U ?Mrl-,**,?*l-l ' ? , ? . ?? ??*?? Soui'rtsaN Planter and Fa the Oldest and Ablest Agrie JoDxaaJ In the South, Subscri 12,90 t year. Richmond,"Va. We will furnish this excellen popular Agricultural Journal, wil paper one year for $2,50, or tSat ra lor $1 50. Ever farracr^hotiltl hi mmmmwmpmm??t?mttmtmmPMmmmmmum Floral \ote?. * In these long, hot days of i nier, when the wind blows moisture out of everything it cc in contact with, especial care i be taken with the plants place? the veranda, or they will s from lack of water. One da sunshine and high, drying T will evaporate more moisture 1 the ?oil than three days of clo weather. Some plants should watered every day, such, /or stance, as fuchsias. These flov like plenty of water at their ro and one day's neglect may lcac their dropping their buds. T. should never be allowed to bec< so dry that they wilt. Geraniv can endure a considerable dfg of dryncss, and cue or two w ings can be overe?me Tvit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 August 1881

l??Bfr*aaB*aajJB-flMBtB I, i-iSWi'-li l*?8*-|?B?a?pB?^ ? ifOaTaaaatatBawaa VOl,. 61. WOODSTOCK, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17,1881 ! ? . " NO. 43. SHENAND3AH HERALD t. '"iLiiHtr w?rtLT a? HCNANOOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING CO eW t-abaorlption, On. IloUar and a haifper yea rayabla a adtauc. *1 ooaaaalcati.n? of a private narttre trill be aarg?4 for a? a ad.erti.iug. Job l'i In 11 ut; All klad? of Job Work done at ?horl notice and the ?Biiit raaaon?!.!* t?1?? Profftsiorutl Carets. T B. McINTCRFF, ATTOUNEY AT LAW, STRIBBI'I.G. VIRGINIA. Bar* Prompt ?Mention giren to tn,, collection of ?aim? in Bhf-namUah, Warten and Kndcrick [ Coantie-, May lfcth til,?Iy. A G. WYNKOOP. AT TO R X E T AT LA W. 00,-e With Hon. H. C. AULEN. WOODSTOCK VA. Will practice In the court? of Shenandoah and adjacent eountlea. tW~ Special attention given to the collection of aim. and all legal bu.iu... eut rutted to hi. rare. Will ?Bin Hi. Jiriin.it on Friday and Satur lay, before the ?nd Tee.-l.v of each xontb. at 9r. I.. H....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 August 1881

3K&AKD0AH HERALD I? IVBLllBtn ?tl?! KV HENAMOOAH H?R*iLU PUBLISHING CO ? mW .V - ' WOODS! OCK, VIRGINIA. ItCi.uosiliU Ail- 17 1881 State \onservative-Democra* tic Ticket. roa aovfsaoB :? Jno. W. Daniel ?OF IANCQBl'RQ. FOR UKUT?NANTlrOVERSOR:? Jaimes Barbour? (or ciruspta. FOU ATTOkSKY-GENEtlAL:? P. W. McKinney, Of PSISCX EDWARD. PUBLIC SPEAKING ! IIcN. Jxo. \V. Dakiel will ?peak v'tuirt IIoii'i', in WooiUtock on next Friday night at 7 o'clock. Lett* ry BiaD, whosranta toheartke uuih. altead. The President Slowly Sinking Wetfaesday Morning, Aug. 17. The latest news from Washington ia -.'. !? ilowly jinking and (if his recovery. Read what John W. Daniel save! skoal n ou the public ?chool?: -ANY MAN WHO SHALL ST ATE HEREAFTER THAT I AM OPPOS? ED TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ?TILL 1IAVK THE EU AND OF LIAI: WRITTEN UPON HIS BROW WHEN UE DOES IT." "1 am not opp -til lo the schools,-be ? 'sieMpe.?uand most -.-'.e?i of education, and if r I will do all iu my promole < ducati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 August 1881

SHENANDOAH HERALD vlOODH?OtlK VA. Heeln?idavVii?. 1 Ttlt, ISHl. "' rOWlTtiil) C0UJ.TY AITAIES. [Bater.4 at the Poit OK?, at \V odttiK-h, V?. an ??Coiid-claa? matter, j lhange of ?elmie. . n l,? ? ...iy and Valley biai?i:h. taking, n'tti lu.) ???lbbl. Mo. Ml iaat bound ] n.-m-'r. i.1.44 r. M. " ?88 " " throiigb truight.?. * 811 " " Way li'tight.111. ? ?lOW-atBciindpa^u..,} gg ?J " BBS " '? through ln-iglit_7.14 a.m. .. gao .. .. ??v -ft I ArrlT* --1 '' **? *** "U> ,/t- f l.ekvt '..ill - ?' ?ee Arrive? at Waabtagtoii, l). 0. at '..'.'0 r a*. " balllinore, Md. " ?.Ht ?? ?10 Arrivoa at Harris,-nbuig " 8.T8 i>. at. - " " btauutou '? 4.JU ?? l:. It CAiil'HELI., A^t. HI a ho ii io notice? Caisia Lodiie, No. 1-12, P. A. 11. gorets ?o Masonic Hall, Woodstock, the ln?t Monday night of each month. t!!aBBBaT-BLJ . ... JJ. . l'_ '... 1. "_H*_! ANNOUNCEMENT. HOl'SK OK DELEGATES. HI ?re authori?d to annouuc. Dr. J. B. BtbaIBB a candidate fer re eatcOca to the Uouee tf leu?;??...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 17 August 1881

FARM AND?RE SIDE BotTTH-EBN Planter and Farmer the Oldest ana Ablest Agricultora Journal in the South, Subscription, ?2,eX) a year, Richmond, Va. We will furnish this excellent and dopular Agricultural Journal, with onr paper one year fer $2,50, or six months ?r $150. Eviry laimer >h uM have it. conointzlns* l.nna. We sec it aomewl.ere recomen did, but it is by no means a new idea, that, in setting oat apple orchards, the trees of which should not be less than thirty feet apart, to plant peach trees between the ap pies. They will not interfere with young apple trees for many years, and then not until about two gener ations of peach trees shall have passed away. We have referred to this economizing of space on several occasions, having seen it adopted by some first-class fruit growers. We are glad to see that raisingtof peachea in the eastern counties of his State ?b yearly increasing, and it is no doubt found to be quite a? profitable as any other fruit crop when its cult...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 August 1881

iii'?Ulli it iiiiLijiui si J..II iii'iiiiii'.?aj i-iiT.un -nail ist?! s'si iu ?J.Wl, ili, ,! BSSBB m?mk ? .ut. WOODSTOCK, VA.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1881 SHENANDOAH HERALD i* fCBusav" wa-M-Li *? KENANDOAh HfcHS>.0 PUSLISHINQ C'j HT tu-scriptiou, , ? fpej ye? rtyable n advance. Ah cosumur harmed for at a Job I-rintlii* All kind? of T tt. - A T . fiVPr, : . ' Coaafdsa. : A Q. >V If A ? ) ) \ ? T r O B A' Office With Hon. H. C. ALLSN. WO VA. will pi t3T cipe, Vaiiii?and iii'1!^ '?Vit t. n in St, 3s?. b?fi re il Or. L. li 8?pt. tttt?tf. M ' w ALTOS s le? o? Pa. Having lualifl Jonrts if Hip V irepared ; ltvla??roecl?l?tl '? I C ALL"!!?. A LLV v ATTOKNJ i S?1KN* ? : April, t'a?tf la\S. U. Wll iii rua am? h ATTORNEYS AT LAW u, 1-racmce In the CYr.it ?stn. 11 ? the C D. s. Dictrut i t? n... c. T.. NEWMAN. ATTORN E Y A T I A W, Woodstock, Va. Practices in ???.en?n'. ? I? Bn?iu, ? prompt ?:? J?B.*-tf. H. H. r.iDpi.EMBetK. K'.Dl ! WOODSTO K, VA. Tkere gentlev fer the ] ? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 August 1881

t?lir-J*ir-iltHw*nil ??????rasa?. tl ruiLiistm v?mi *t MENAN00AH HERALD PUBLISHING I ,Ye<?m *(!a* Auk *-? I ?SI State Conservative-Democra tic Ticket . innoi s? Jno. W. Daniel?. Of LYNCIilii'i??-.. I.li.l llNANf-liOVEKNon - James Barbour, ni CTXPEPKB. \ TTii;:NKY-CiKNi:i:\L: ? P? W? McKinnsy of panics stDWAXD. 1. id a*bsl ?' 'ni W*. Daniel ea ion ?d the public ?choo ANY MAN WHO SHALL 8TA1 EREAFTER THAT 1 All OPPU TO THE PUBLIC 8CH001 WILL HAVE THE BRAND C LIAR WRITTEN Ci'OX BTSBBO when u .r." ??I am not opposed !o the K-hools, > cuse I'm v are the cheapest sod mc - n of evdacstloo, and Cted Governor 1 will do all iu n power to promote edocatioo lo pub and i Speech cf Maj. i. W. Danii A * tl nslastic audieti compost d of ladies and gektlemen i tembied at the Court House in tl on la? t Fiiday evening for t ? i -?tech from i! gifted era tor and refined gentlenia i, >' . *1, ConserTstise Dea en le for Governs? of Y ?io'm: Judge Allen opened the meeting r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 August 1881

?HENANUOAH HtKfil WOUDHTOCK VA. ?-??-dne-MlHi Aug. S Uli, I?! '^r?WI AHD CO?HTY AITAIH Sc-a-rad ?1 tb? Pott Offie, ?t Wouuttock, V ?axx-uU-ciass -u?uer.] Chsng? of tthidu.e OH liaiie:'? jr'eiry Vahe) b auch. tailtgtStc? Va- .?ti l??i. No. ?M t ?at lieu id i a. ?enger.J.? ?? OSS " " tbi\u?b lreigbt.S.btj " tSl " " Vt?>lr?i?ht.baSt '? tlOW??tIkundp?^i,g.r} ?^l* " ttt " " through fivigbt_7.1? ? t?? ?? Wavf-t. > Atliv? LSI taw way in, j JLtl(Vt ,_w ?? t?S Arrivas ?t Washington, l?. C, at ?4U fc?ltlnior-., *iid. *' 8 3S ?10 Arrive? at ilairteoLluig " 3.-3 . ?Utiiitou '? l.iu It. L CAMPBELL, A MuhouU* X?!iff. Cstsis Lodi;e, Xo. 142, F. A. sieet* in Mftronic Hull, Woods*.: tbe laut Mcutlay uigbt of each mi nt ANNOUNCEMENT. boise of delegates. WE ?re ?utbo.ised to ?t,u?unce Dr. J Stk.v.k a candidate for re-election to tbe H ef Da ??.aL't-, ?ul jttt to the s*s*t*M?-* of a adjustii convent.in .hi u Id one be tit. moil nt ??ty. Aug. 3? te \ PUBLIC SPEAKING. Hen- John Good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 24 August 1881

I nsisia rese-at ? ???*? -??--??? sA Soothers Planter and Farmer the 0'.eat and Ablest Aj-ricullura Journal in Hie South, Subscription, $2.00a rear, Richmond. VI? We will fuiiii.?li tins excetienl d? pnlar Asricoltnral Joornal. will paper 0i - >? ar fuf***2,.>0. or six montl,> t) ?1")0 Even, farmer ^-lt?-n'-l have it. J lie Feed in ? Value of Oorn? ladder There has always Le-a a great difference of opinion a3 to the feed ins: value of cornfodder alter the corn has been taken from if.? While?ae will de-Lire tiiat it is n'.mo.st worthless, that his cattle will eat only the leave*, another v.ili assert that it is worth a? much per ton as the Lest o? l-Y.gusii hay, ?n:i J that his cattle will eat ap both -'nlks aid the leaves. Among .1 very large ?amber of experiments that have been nude by thc?e who] understand hew to feed cattle so as I to make them eat it, bo iitr as we k::ow, every one has found that covnf. dder very much improves the milk, and tth-r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 31 August 1881

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Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 31 August 1881

5HEKANB?AH HERALD ta rntiiiEtr w?b--.lt ?v HCNANDOAH HERM.D PUBLISHING Ce W Oi l)-STOCK. VU? ? 1XI A. ?Vetluesulai Au? 31 1881 State Conservative-Democra? tic Ticket ?,1'tiR GOVERNOR: Jno. W. Daniel-, "OF LYNCUBVRG. fcTUR LlElTENANT-l'OVERNOR: James Barbour, . t'UT-l'ER. POB ATTORNEY GENERAL:? P. W. McKinney, :0P PRINCE EDWARD. Rood what Joba W. Daniel says ?'?out lu? position uo the pab'.ic tcbools: ! ??AN Y .MAN Will > SHALL STATE ! UEREAFTER TH AT I AM OPPOS? ED TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL HAVE THE ?BRAND OF LIAB W KITTEN UPON HIS BROW WHEN HE DOES IT." "I am not opposed '.o the schools, be? cause thi v are the cheapest and most assured system of cdu-ition, and if elected Governor] will do all in my power So promoio iducatiou in public and private schools." A REVIEW. OF The P.iddleberger Bill The Rie.dl?b?rger Bill which was pissed It the last legislature and ve? toed by Governor Holliday hai become a part o* the platform of the coalition party ol Virginia. It is the pl...

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