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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 December 1885

StrEN/WO/V," WOOD3TOOK, V [KnU-rt-l nt Mm V ? Va., as -trcoiut-il: lltlItaY. ?g-'.? . II. I Li'AI. LOCAL M und I'm.' si B. S Mr. Pet? ni pla f.uir svofja -. that b?. A i.i-w doubl? liai : gnn, for ?ait- clirsp. \V. ('. 1 Kigbt lim - of . -hipp? .t frein ? !n Istlansbori numen eowatT, i ? S since. Il ivn ?na M ' h '"'? Irwin, Uro A I \V< . oit op in t!i>- nlluc "l tli Wc (?kii t srs- bow th' I'-- A 0. R. can ?ran.! ?m li m An . ?tir?a eliilt! C it?al Mr. R. I.. Babetts sold Mum Btreea, ili- pi .?.-. t?> Mr. Veil? r ! line old II Jamaica rum. ?nul - family use. for s.?:c b] M s gdilll? 10 gi trikin la erasakBg the railr. i to til. bad a ' . i : ? wd-.it tlonr. W. ' .- I I Ittvel. MM) afoot tOWl ???o. I At nava Aiir vi>- ! Mr (1. Mr Lev I II .11 ktiov tive ol Khenaadoah, in tin? .our' Mr. Hoekm .mi look i well. Ihe new ha I'rot. !.'. ll. Ilaislip, on mm n irtli t.t the depot, tilg (i. Naw nut?, plan aie! I'rrnrh en ?, citron, riiir.in? orm-. inch til frt?tli am! cheap ni \:...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 December 1885

Farm and Household. APPLES G0IH6 TO WASTE. Waterbury, Conn., November 27.?It is safe to say that never before ?lid Nangattick Valley ?it Ms?. Midi an abandonment of fruit as this year. And tli?> saino is said i.f every other section of tin that It, so far as the apple crop is ? iieiin?-?!. There is not a farmer in this vicinity who has attemptetl to gather his apples. It would be Hi?: most ntipiotitable kind of ein ploymcnt, lor they can't be given away. Look where you will and is not au orchard where the applejg have all been gathered, livery farmer has not ouly tilled slant bins, but helms sent bai - * els of apples to his friend*, and u-kiti'ves in tin- City, and to the Tri bane l-'iceh-Air Fund to be dis? tributed among tin? jMHir in New Y.'ik, only limiting the ?'U.intity m m li. . t scarcity of l.aitels m i to i>.tck them. The taim?is ? DaOTB en er than in. many years, am] the 4 may witness a great many i e in.si > Innii the .siiperabuit . of cider. Then* is lying ?il...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 December 1885

VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1885. NO. 19. is rraitmir- wkbklt ky l'H I nFRAIiD COM F -\ X Y DOIXAR ANDA HALF ?abBcri'.Iioi,? not i ?id .it lime of sub scr'tiini; may run I - for re iions-iiiii? psu Luv tun. fii.00 will lir einwgsd w lineal variance in any case. All ct'iiiiiniii:, i.t ...? of a strict!. nature will t.e inserted only us advertise? ments THE HKUAU? JOB 01 Hi i:. is complete m t\,-iy resnt-i -. Editorial room, basluesw office und steam pressesbe? tween B . fu1 i .... ' ?'? LEMUEL B?RDEN, U H'UM.? Al LAW, Wool?ltH'.: Viu.ilMv. n, ?Km.in No. -, lint tier Btailattag, in or near which In- tun be band ?ill day ot nearly or iiuil? BTW] liny. LMa] i Koht. i;.su?m.i;i i;m:k. .UloKMl Ai Ri.iN'iii.Kii. mu.s taso Will pi . Ii eunu (io.ki. .not adjoiuiag lOUol ? lltltlls. I LIB., Commissioner in chancery, - Vu buy .1 JAM!.- C. BAKER, Jb., .?its HAllI ON ?V ItOVl). I'ruli.e ?aw in tasrlB?! hli.kiSLi?uab ?Uli lag?, ib.- kl ?I ?-ai 11 i. ? ?? l"l?l ku> cuti ?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 December 1885

Stttls/tNDOA+t ttEfl/tU) IS PCBU8HK) WKKXLT BT I'UK HF.RALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIW'INJA. FItlllAY. DEC. 1?*, Itfsa?. ?^??s??-aiss?s???a?s?asa??s?sss?s?sss?as?sMssMs?????i OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. SViittoii and compiled for tbe lit 11.11 I?. Congress has met, organized.and nail the President s message. The .-senate has gone to work \v th Senator Sherman in the Vice PresJ dent's chair, and the 1 loose ot l.fpreseiitatives, svith Mr. Carlisle is presidiug otlieer, is discussing a ie\ ising of its rules. The opening scenes of tho Forty Ninth Congress were similar to those of the Forth-Figbth, Forth -s.seiitli FoitlisiMli, and mans others of the past. There svas the same rush to the Capitol. Ibero ssr)e ciowded galleries and corri? dors, and the same turbulent scenes on the Moor of the House, to svliich members old anil nesv contributed. In tin? Senate tbe old tuno dignity, decorum ami ?luietude prevailed, and the old familiar faces were at their desks. The opening proceedings of this Cong...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 December 1885

BafEflMBOM t?EBA-LD WOO' VA. [Entered at the Post Ofaea, V?., ?tur. Fltll?IV. DEC. I**, ISS5. m:i:al local ni-.ws. - will l.e cominunioti in tin- Luth? eran tlmith ut-ut Babbatb, SOth, al Bt l.llle. ?r collll tr> pKslllle .1. N. Mr. A ".. wfyukoop, on.- of our well known liivwt-is. is now oil on ?? trip to Florida, atasasUng to sum Import business. H le his intention to r? ruin lie fore th? atalMaya. 1 lie Lest J ha .'? . l^lll l? '.. - 'it . Mr. Benagt Srinin, ol >aiitu?ville, this I oonuty, one of onr, well known ami popular ' young gusiness lucn, diml ?it on Thursday, ol illness of typhoid fever. He leaves a wUh and - ? i.-ii. i wunt anything fox Chriataiaa, cal: . as y..? can la aay asmas In the \ W ?unton, I was - day nigbt I 000, principally noon patterns, v\|, ? insurance was New . .'iffi-reiit bran rsal 1'.. Sihiiiiir's. In? : - of this pla- ? ? ?' . for tb.-.r -.. holai ?. durii The little on??, an?! soase of th? big two, art? looking for.? anticip?t:. An t'huninv ' ....

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 December 1885

Fa?rm and Household. USE Ft? OLD FRUIT CAMS. Probably no other waste arti? cles have given bo much trouble in ^^^?ing of them, as fruit cans. ne known to be sali, ul lu-, bat to what good use to turn them, has been a problem which has dis? turbed niauy minds. They are bard to get rid of, and hard to use. and so there huve been many de? vices thought of for the parp?se of utiliziug them. We has? seen them used as a substitute for .shin gles, by hasiug been unsoldered in tbe lire ami liatteued out, and they . itamly made au excellent roof for out-houses, pigpens ant! other small buildings. A coat of mineral paint makes them last for many yetrs. A reader of the IsBsT?rfiii Agriculturist suggests another p?au fora few of them, which is to open them on Osie side aud make a flap of tbe loose tin by which tho cans may be hung upon nails in the barn or workshop, for holding small things, as nails, s, ?tc. To this we svouldadd that a tew of them thus prepared might le hung around the chicken...

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 December 1885

mim VOL. 65. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1885. NO. 50. I? Pt?'.I-I-llf.i) WliKKI V UV rOI HERALD COMPANY Subscription, On Dollar a.ni>a halt pur year payable in advance. Subscriptions not i uiil M time of ?nb acr hing may run th.ce months for re-, ?mmIbm pari Bw that time I : U Di charged without va: any case. All couiiiiumcatio is of a strictly privat? ?ature will be inserted only an advertise? ment*. TILE 1LERALD JOB OFFICE, m complete m every respect. Editorial room, business office and steam presses be tweeu Railroad and Main streets. LEMUEL BOKDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOSMHW?. VlK?LMA. Oui'.':,-Kooiu No. t, Humer building, iu . . be l'uuiui all day ot lu.ii.y or .put.- . v vi y day. [Um, "?'"?'? 'j KOBT. K. SLONEIU'UNKK, ATTORN FA AT LAW, .itlIIMMI?. S-UKNANDOAU Co., Va. Will practice in the, courts ot Sh cuan aoali and aiijoiumg couutles. . ?al uUeiiliou to Col led lou of t" ?or. :;, Commissioner in Chancery, aMj N'll Alii 1 Illl.H'. MV.JAOBMMi " ? Vu May 11 -M.-...

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 December 1885

IS PUBLISHED WKKKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. 1 KllttY, IH-'.C. 3?, IsMM. GOOD CHRISTMAS READING. IT IB GOOD P09 ALI. TUK \KAK KolNU. Some folks have not time to read the I'.ible. It is well, therefore, to m ike them read that Hook in the newspaper. As many as four - have kindly scissored the following "editorial" matter for the ?mas isMie of the Hnit.VI.l? : And seeing the multitudes, lie ?p into a mountain : and when he was set, his disciples came unto him : And he opened his mouth, and ' iliein, saying : Blessed ?re the poor in spirit : fol t heil s ?s the kingdom of heaven, blessed an they that mourn: for they shall DO comforted. tjaed "" the saeak : for they . 1 inherit the earth. Blessed an they which do hunger and thirst after rigbteousm shall be tilled. Blessed an .the merciful: for ? t-od. blessed art the peacemakers: for the] Shall be called the children ol n they which are per . .1 for righteousness' sake : for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 December 1885

BWUMVQAti ?Htfl/.U) WOOD8TCOK, VA.. il.U-ck, Va., a? aoond alaaa matter. I KIII.Y. DEC. *?>, iss.5. GENERAL LOCAL NKWS. observed by neatly all weekly nee - there will Ik- bo paper laantrl fiom Uns Ollice in-xt week. This is done in ordal to | aa over? worked, printers a little holiday. It takes ' in the w.ek. except Sunday, to ?et out a ?Id Ora attempt it the 0000 ;. our hands would be aOOjpollod to work on Christmas and New Year's day. We hardly thnk are hive a single sub vho will grniuhlo at this. Mr. II. Gabble Maddux v.. Read lie adven?s, ment of the | aale by M.D. and M ?a, at B. Mhinitt's. ships, as a rule. No cards. Mis. > , wile of Ml Haas, of this place, died SB Friday . Dec ? i tus. 6 months aie , ftoah and cheap at I!. Schuiitt's. A laij| Ml people, parlicular iini boga,who bave booooff at ? ; taming to -pend tl ? uas season. The : >s put op In lent -izisv), at David ?f this plan I law dava ago, thai :::d tines! a?intim tit of - at It. scbuntl's. Mm Nannie 1 i>...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 December 1885

Farm and Household. A CANADIAN CHRISTMAS DINNER. ANNIE I.. JACK. I stepped in to see my neighbor, Madaate Braalt, early aa Christ Raraiaf, ta Icaru her Method ?if using boiled ?Tiesltiuts to Stall a turkey. 1 fourni her busy prepar i wild goose that one of the ??.id olioL ;i ?lay 01 t??> bef?le. Sliu ?mule the drnBJaBf ?u' sage and mealy potatoes, a finely chopped onion, mill ami pepjier, bound with the white ot un egg. Then she maintained it should be cooked ??'um," and s.iiil that ?ho always added a little wine aud a cup of grape jelly to the gravy. Chest? nuts t?>r turkey were used iustead of biead crumbs, she said, and bound with a little flour. The it?'? x for dinner were boiled ?niions, stewed in milk till tender, and served whole, and salsify pre pared us M'allopcd oysters, mush? ed potatoes and applr sauce nude of the crisp little ponunes giis tti? t oie Ktieli favorites with Canadians. The) use chocolate for breakfast aud dinuer, considering It uioie iinitiisliing tha...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 January 1886

?PS? ?? VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1886. NO. 51 SHElw/tNDO^ ttEfl/Ule ?8 rtiii.i-iir.ii wrsai.Y by THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription. i'-i Iioi.i.ak anua iiAi.r per v- .ne. Sulstcriptiuns not [aid a' time of sub tct'hnio may run than months for re? it time All eontmunioations of a strictly privais nature will ha latskvted only as Mvertlaa MksssV TllJt: HKUAl !? JOB OFF? is complete la aval Editorial loom, I. .ml steam p: twecn Railroad and Ma:n ttl LF.MI 1.1. BOKOES, ai iiii;m:v ai law, WOOBtTTOCS, Vlltl.IMA. r. -Boom No. -, Burner BuiMing,ia or near which he can be found all day ol . .lay. I May - K?BT. K.siosr.r.i ?;m:k. tTTOBREa Al LAW, vil ( 0., Va. Will ptaetioa iu 11 St etvaa JimIi Mini adjsuoing .. attention in L'olrsctlouol I'laims. I L 'ISli-LSI 1. a a., Commissionor in Chancery, .Mi Nui v?., I : . - VlhlllNIA. ? If lAME? C. BAKER, Jr., fj -?nu-? : : v i. i . > t .\ m >\ 1). i - a tali sat IA* ' nvKKR, J?. h1?y Ttb-M- it.tt. w I?. L. BOB I l'.i.ium...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 January 1886

Stttfl/WDOATt ff?Mil? IS FCBUBHXD WEBXLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, JA*. S, 18*?. OUR MEW YEAR'S 6REETIH6. Boys, did you "swear off*' drink ing, swearing, chewing and smok? ing on New Year's day ? If so, did you yield to temptation and appetite the next day ? If you did, try it again without " swearing oft'.'' Promise yourself. Say nothing to anybody about it, but resolve to do the right, and do it It is a great weakness to appoint nal day for breaking oft a bad h a hit. Begin any day and stick to it for 09s) mouth, and you w ill be the con? queror. Don't ask us how we know. It is Mithcient that we do know, and ? tl.it you know we know: Try it, boys ! Begin again ! There nain St. days of the j ear you had ?' sworn off" for. Ten cents a day saved will make the handsome sum of $35.70. Think how many good clothes ami other nice things this will buy next bolilla This, you say, is a sordid view. W e admit it, but it is a considei.v turn that will strike some folks...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 January 1886

8tt?N*N30;Vri- ?Tl/llJ WOOD8TCOK, VA. [Entere. Va., at cooiid-clae? matter. FRIDAY, .1% SERAL LOCAL NEW s. n?s ar* an the ? ry docket ol i: - Doi.'tfail to call at Jamison's warehouse aud exa- amp!,m Steel Hinder. We learn from the VA inchrster / ?I. it Ms. 1 t Jordan, housed over 'JOO ton* of splendid ne sit inches thick. A iharik ottering was taken up in the Presbyterian church, in this plaoe, on Sunday, l>ec. 'J7tii, amounting to %7'i.(l0. The high watera of Monday oveciug -.vented rhe mail train on the Valley F.ianch. 1!. A ( ?. l;. R, froui enter? ing East Lexington. lion. .Ino. T. hovel!, of l-'rent Foya), Editor of the Warren Sentinel, spent Btja> day in Woodstock, visiting his mother-in law . Mr?. ItssaL ('. Williams, who has besn unite ill for some t i.overnor Cameron has removed tbe political disa' irl L. Almond, convicted at llarrisonburg, in l-CT..f ob? taining ?Messy under false pr?ter Having rented the and Machine Shop?, I ?m prepared to fill all orders for work ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 January 1886

? Farm and Household. WHEAT INTERESTS. Wg known full well that t the growing of wheat in any part of this cenntrv is not a \ yeai a;:" the wheat crop in nearly en1;, e liintry wai above an a. Market? everyvvheie vveie glutted, and the ch?mions visible supply 0 wheat, larger now than was ever Viiown before, is depressing to nearly tlieir lowest point, despite an acknowledged deticien cy in the crop ot'tbe present. The chief reason for expecting I revival of wheat culture iu this country is found iu the fact that mi? ni wheat be {?vi'uiaucut l.v giown Stn clieaper than here. Possibly the poorly paid labor of the Indian ryot makes the fust ' the Indian wheat less than our own. Hot this is in me than balanced by the inferior quality of Indian wheat and the gicatcr e\ pteataa ol gsttlag It to mtiket. In fact, the tirst ofijection is sutticieiil, ?liitlcven if new railways were built to facilitate its transport? tion the ' a In at from India bl so inferior that ?always sell?t lower lates ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 January 1886

?aJae-V VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, YIItOINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY l?, 1886. NO. 52. 8tf?1WND0Aft; KIWI* ISrtTBUSHKD WEKKLY UY l'H I nF.R \ '..i) COMPANY Subscription, (Nk DolXaB am> v BAU per v. ? Subscriptions I tunta of sub acr'binej way rui I ?s'iM?ii will U lU case. All i?liiinini private nature, syi menta. THE HESALD Jon OITICS, is COI1I] ? room, Pe pm< * ? ? ?.jp ??"? LEMUEL BOUDES, Ali LAW, WoOl'.sloCK, i..? Kik.ui No. i ncai'.j iir,|ii t.- ev? de i DOBT. I. > -IV ?DkNi.v. vi EoiMBtTBO, Will pi . doavti and adjuiiu ? ,11 . I tVV, Contmissionci In chancery, ? N D l May tl *?V?H. M I AMES l . v t ?i ?IAU'I'ON .V It<>\ : . ' orrit g u I ? Mu : . i "'? I LAW. mill ),? oouulha?. Il?" , s c. ?.Lbs-. P. w. vuaari'ih i A'rit?K.\F1 pj AT 1 :>STof A', iHENANDOAH -OUNTY, VA. May 1 Isa. N : i iv v. W .vrr i --.i - TaSIlUl t" Ms> VU. A ', - . a A T T <> B V g ) I ,' 1. A H', ii/ii-f forma Mat/rudtr. v.v . death ?tid t? a . t?y. ??fort ? r. L. | II. H.RIDDL ATTOKI V VT PAW ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 January 1886

SttElwAlwPO^ tit?fiLl* IS rCBLIBHKI) WKKXLT BY fei IIKRALD COMPANY rVUODcrTOCK. VIW-INIA FUI DAY. JA.V 15. 1HS?. ? i Ihe Shenandoah Couuty Agri? cultural Society begins its second bait year uuder auspices the most favorable. It only lacked a president. i>iit> acriptious it had in abundanee. It had only to advertise "wanted" once, and the president was ou hand. lie "wauted" it. ??There were millions in it." He got l_'7 votes when 1.1 were all that were uecessary. He is not only a president, but lo- is a big one. Think ot a man who weighs over 300 avoinlupois being williug t?> accept a presidency. Slnnaiidoah . Iiiinish no such president. There is no competition between Woodstock and Chicago. v ci this brilliant achievement of the -'etiandoah county bank we confess that they should exhibit bettet tenner. M I Lank is envious is . accepted in advance. That it was, ami is, desitalde that no stock shall rate higher than Shenandoah. County Lank stock is among the things OOSe I ich...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 January 1886

[Entered at th? iTm?Aiee.al W? Va., a? -ce tiUi?AY. JAlt. 10* lsv?. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. v ? -1 ~ il Uli" section have 'lie!.. Mr. Israel Burner, living near 11 Page county, died on Monday !a-t. Mi. Hurner was well known in tins he basing le.-ii raised on the river near Woods:,. ',. Mr. Tho?. Ilife 1,14 well kmovn citi/eu of tins county. diei| it bis hi at* iu.ii Msarer ,.n Satoi-iny morning Isaf about 72. ? I have just g - aalt and " Ron ^ , lient that l will sell at reasonable?ntn. Cive mo a call before purchasing- J A. L. Jaxii The military oWpany at this place have received a new'.ot ol'muskets from the State. They are Iu'ihsIi loaders and have tin? barrels bron/ed. 1'lu-v I | n.-vv lie'ts and car' I..I. M. ore. the . .'.etc! hoy who Sal ?enteiiceil lo tlu-e fmtt la the penitenti arv for seen! Wisinan, started lor Uichinond OB Wednesday, in charge of Shenti man. An illumination of the Endless ? ? Market, will occur Friday, Jan naiy IS, 188S, at UMtO p. in., promptly, and every Fr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 January 1886

trader, and soon formed snacqnaii tance with this young war chiei 1'iice was a:i expert marksman an experienced hunter, ami soon s< qnired the conlidcnco and attaci ment of the young warrior. The oantlj took hunting excursion! in the last of which, having wandt i od a considerable distance from th Indian habitations, Pries shot th siuing man dead, robbedhitn ol hi liiie, a tew silver orna ucnt.s ?tin bunting dress,?ami left hiiu lyiu in the wikleruess; then pnshe? home, boasting of what be ha ?lone, and showed his ill gotte bOOtj. A fesv dsys alter Price's relui lioine, Lewis ltingumau, who wu taken prisoner when a boy, an svlm grew up and became <s dista o dialled man, (which bus been hen tofore notice*!,) came iuattbe beai of thirty warriorsiu pursuit of Prie? Ho made himself known to lied ciick Offenberger, and told wha Price had done ; said that hesvouli go to Pries, and propose to take ; bunt; that his warnois were eon cealeil in the Masiuntton inountain and if lie succee...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 January 1886

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1886. NO. 2. BfrEMlSDOAft frEtWlD tVKEKI I UV PB E IIKRALD COMPAN V vit ASI? A 1IAI.V I any i i . private ? 1 only a? aid TU llKUU.t? JOB OFF? is (om?nete, l.ditoiial riMiui, b i .iml Main si : LEMUEL BOKDEN, LAW, \S.M.i>siiiCK, : VlBJ OrvM ?.- Room No - idiu?;, in he found . 1 ?OUT. i:. suiM'.l'.l ?;m:k. I?. ,\1 u>i;m.i \1 LAW, KiiiM V s. Will practice in tin do.ih and adjoinil g I Commissioner in Chancery, AM' UT. lACKSON, -I vMKS I MSI. II? >\ l>. i.. Va. li, Ja. Ornes o I \\ D. I. BORUM, . Will ' ? I. . iSCI.X? ? tuen. a Us?a v Arioi;.M-,l s AT ! \s\ WOODSTi inSMANDOAB COUNTY, VA. ?ali.v 1 ?S. II. util I A MS. WM. t. Wl \Y AT LAW ?s 00D( l'OCK. VA, V a AT . i ." /, .1 ?', ' v \ sriii.Ti ' Vm Will nur ' V?T ' a May: lia ri Honse, WOODSTtM K, VlKi.l.MA. h any manner ..I bring ? t!i ii au.no,I, :tiid ; irly ou the 1st and 3rd , t' which - O i: a. ma i. S l'f.NTISI, V il.f'lUls the pUbliC lIlHl 'ici the ?irac;, ?i r. j. ....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 January 1886

wuuusrw?wss. VIRGINIA. IKIl'lV, J%\. 31?, It??*. The losses by the great fire in Philadelphia foot up about half a million. Tbe St. Cloud Hotel was badly damaged, and many stores were burned out The Cincinnati theatres have abolished Sunday performances. Perhaps, there is no need of them as long as Mr. Sam. Jones remains in that city A man named Kar ico ft, Tip pt-canoe county Ind., has brought suit for a divorce from his wife be? cause she persists in sleeping up? side down,?that is, with feet on the pillow. \ man in Michigan has buried Big wives, and has married a seventh. Mrs. Walker, who ?lied this week in Titusville, Pa., wai si\ times a widow. Tins i> a great country for matrimony. It ifl reported that the friends of General T. L BOSSST, now residing m ( harlottcsville, for the removal of whose disabilities a bill has ulread.v beeu introduced in Con a ill urge his appointment to the now vacant Austrian mission. The Judiciary salary bill has P BSed the I inteil States Senate...

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