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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 January 1886

, V.A.. [Enter. ditock, Va., at "ecood-cia?s mal I FUlltAV. JW. 'iil, 188ft, \I. !.<?(? \? N i:\VS. Ill WI t in?; if yon can. BD8, I am Inlying A t. Wv NKool". There will be preaching at Fairview , next Sunday, Jan. ?'.nth, at M A. M. A. A. .1. lifsiioNii, |'s>s>or. Mr iPo. II. Ralvsy has Im-ch :i|i]H,intetl ? S lux il Stipeiinteinlt-ut of Kocklngbsin county, vice A. P. 1 tinklum?, t, removed. ? w post-office ?had mar Cowan's despot, lo Roek ingham county. Don't fail lo call at .lamison's wan house and examine the Light Chaiflli Binder. Wanted to exchang? pine lumber fora g, od second- hand one home Ini^-gi Wit.r.iiM ? vxiKtv, IV.ith, Vs. The Eslimau Comet ltauil, of Ilarmuui burg. has just received uniform? for its member?, fourteen In number st a cost of |flM Winchester IsaaBering rrera anapidatals of ninrup?. vVcimIs'ok-U ha? agrest mauy eaasti of "big jaw." Mr. B. V. l'if?-r has been it-appoint??! by ?tor of St.aniitt.il. for four yeuri. Mr. Augustine Jennings, one of t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 29 January 1886

I Itlltl?, JAV 34?, I"?*??!. The losses by the great fire in Philadelphia foot up about half a million. The St. Cloutl Hotel was badly damaged, and many stores were burued out. The Cincinnati theatres have ubi dished Sunday performances. Perhaps, there is no need of thorn as long as Mr. Sam. Jones remains in that city A man named Karieofi, Tip. pecauoo county Ind., has brought suit for a divorce from his wife bc oanes sha persists in sleeping up? side down,?that is, with ti-et on the pillow. \ mail in Michigan has buried Six wives, and has married a seventh. Mrs. Walker, who died this week in Titusville, l'a., was Bag tunes a widow. Tins i?i a groat country for matrimony. It is reported that the friends of Oerteral T. L liosscr, now residing In i'liarlottcsville, for the removal of whose disabilities a lull has ulready been introduced in ( on ill urge Pis appointment to the now vacant Austrian m The .ludiciary salary bill ha? p sscl th.- tinted States Senate. s all tho I'uited State...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 February 1886

./ A ha^flgi YOL 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1886. \o. a is ru." I i II ULF per ) , ?EI iii:u\i.:? LEMUEL liOUl ', Will IIS'..c ?.. I \ IH! i Khi NI.' Will i" ?O.l'l .1 ' I Cour ' . . \V ?>? ?-? V I . M w ,1 I I a r ? - M - l?t7A >? a ' 1k-. IV - ? ? * ?ar 15, -I ;f D ? . - t - 1825. 18c5 OU DRUS STORE, ?VOOO . :.;s, !xicd;i I?A?vr> <.. Vain DYE Hl I 11 PlHPUMKlij - - ram cu. UA.M l> Y tt*a*- A ' SMITH a'sHAC'KHAiJ, I ELI Horsw* ?-..ill.*?!??! < ut(-k?'ii rtiiu?ir-.. The beat ?ad gar*?' .SST. -T.it. i : J.W.Gliii?iliBSt&Bro. CARF.l? BUGGIES, Pnaelcii?. Satt? ' Th. best work ?l-?e ? ' A UP?7Q ?' ' A II l/lP hoUilgooiis which Will help away than ?iiiytliiiii: ?*s*e .?.H, 'ni , '?'(1 fro? tii-1 hour Tl - '" fort1""' ?ore. At OUoeail.!' HIST08? OF THE VALLEY. CHAPTER XI. It OP Till 03*. ntion. The uuthor will only g nul of ? 'ley. At til . ? : ? " ? one of the ell 111 Mout Mont - ' valor, i iitler himself and pa prisoners of vv?ir. j Humphreys was ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 February 1886

8tt?1v/*lv??0*.t TttHAU? 18 rCBUSHBD WSBaXV BY THE nERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIK-HNIA. ritllVVY. Hit. S, 1886. < The diamondnecklace worth $1?', 000 svli.cli recently found a pur chaser m Washington, is BOW said to bo the property of Miss Maty Anderson. Keprosentatives Heed, of Main?, and Loutit, of California, were once . tively school teacher and blacksmith in the same California vil! i As usual, New York is leading the rest of the couutry in wicked Hs latest enterprise is to Inunda theater where playa be produced only by amateurs. Capitalists who are fitness d enough to buy their way into big Safaeas ai? not foolish enough to h ase a record of their cnnn's on their bank A lieorgia niiir?lercr escaped 1 tir.ishmt'tit tH'Cause the indictment charged that he shot his victim in the left shoulder, when th? proof w , . it it was in the right should er. The Boston HereMtnj* that in 1----S th?? Mugwumps svill vote neither the Kcpubliciti nor th? Democratic ticket. This is the hist int...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 February 1886

*? J 8TtE1,^B?;VtT WO OD8TCOK, V [Entered at tlin Tos? i i Va., a IKIItkt. I 1.(1. 5, |> GENERAL L0( ? Al" i ? ? . ,,?i ai l'.t. Rev. Di T. V\. 1. ceivsd Slid hi :,, tile ; of the Lutheran ?'h .t.'. ?n Unrki Md. AtCost.-.V Wg loi ,., BooUsnd SP , 1 here is au oh'. Easttr makes a la? is,mes later Pu - years '?' er miming up rato ! We take :?'.? ; Cul! and leo',. Please read - tion on court dut \ matter, frien.is world if help. Valei.i Schmitt'?. \ If yon are > i aoual ptopeily ..r .,:.. sprint;, the beat HrnALi> ofticc in ever? ? Coufsderate B At a meeting ot the Co. K. -.'nil, \a ? . Monday tiie.Pi, officer? were i-linteil :? alker. 1st, I. "ml I.t New Dry <Pm>1? bi ???jived at Davis'?. The legislature pa? rnary 1st. reliev bag acerue-1 p'ior la 185 allproltahilttv pa- I release all de'iirn-,???? above date. All persons indebted to ? 1?a... will plea?.' call on Mr. !.' and settle their a.. same having Wit a I I ?oltectio'i. Mr. Peter Reherd, who > - Treaatirer of l...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 February 1886

FARMING THAT DOES HOT PAY. t farm does not pay where . ivsteni sboiit work, ti more ! sioll ?111)1 things ?lie be blndkaad the season round. No ta pros|iei i bifting, hapliazartl m? Every month ?>i the year has Its woik. and ever*) ahould he mad?' to baVS tile vv.,ik on tl.e farm done vxitlnii its proper ?units. It in not dillicult to do wort well if it is done systematically. Rat it is not only very hard, bat \eiy annoying ami discoutagilig to wink without definite plaas ?nul aims. It is a good time to begin now ?it the opening of a new year to put method into work and ar? range plana as tar an possible for is.11). Fanning docs not t>ay where the i. the eorner glOMJ, or the rifaos has a larger share of the time ami attention of the farmer Ins meadows and grain Heida. No trope wm tli li.iv lug ?in- planted tor harvested in the rende ' the village idler and gossip-mongei It ?lots not pay to talk politics or diaeU ' anival in town the cora and potato i m cd ?i.-fiug, the fences ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 February 1886

.'? '??s**? ^3 VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIIK?INIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1886. NO. 4, 18 PIHI.Islir.il VTBEKLT BY ru I ?ERA 1,1) COM PAN I t.: iMi . KAI.K per \ ? . ?er lim, ?V.'.UO v any i , All Coi. nature TO HEBALD JOB OF! l< is coiupleli- la room, i" LEMUEL lioic LAW. Wool.siotK, : VlkOlKIA. Idlng, in i KOBT. 1". SIONEUURSER, AlloKMA \1 BDIMBI Will pi . ' ' Commission'!.' In chancery, ! - ? s. tbaaa A'riUltM-.? . i iV, \ A. ?.y avrrouM .. i. : Oj'1'u.r a Wood?! v. and m ' sttr ' ?I oar. I. wants. ll'.UKi.l: I Kl -jit e week. May T I ) s (IM! XI I. . till? ing h n their. bildren an . anu?.. ? Will ?. slid Kid 1 to tune I .' All Wo: ? -alt A. Mat Ft it ha- ret bis ;.rr> ??ilon orden le -. I'. J. travel, I pro ?K -I If. TV B. ?. M A I'll!.s .v BRO. "*"^ l>ontlatfs. orrci - ? fall ?? ? ! ? ? - tarsi te. " 1. S? as. Uav IT,. 1825. 1885 OLD DRUG STORE, fOODsTOCK v 1. SCHMITT. Pi 1 "l.A I. . DrugB, Modiciii'is Olas?, l'UM> 4ML. Varn I) VI Mill PBEFUMKBY, g? \ fameydooia, mery, et...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 February 1886

U rUBLttHSD WBBKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VnniBIA. FRIDAY. FKB. IS, lss?. t ?? Its Ixmtlou riots show that thero is an English as well as an Irish ??ue.stion to Di dealt with by the present government. HOW is there, intl?'?>d, blood upon the face of the Crescent. The Greek flag has been instil ted by Turkey. "Your wile," said Dr. Talmage, in his sermon on Sunday, "has a ?hfli mortgage on your Isxly, mind ami heart.'' Aud some husband* will be mean enough to add, "anil tour pocket boofc." On last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Hugh T. Nelson was thnwn from gh near tho University of Vir? ginia, and her shoulder dislocated. Her companion, a young lady, was uninjured. Il ss Jennie Sherman is conduct? ing a successful revival of religion .?ition, W. Va. There have It? en 290 professions of conversion and the whole town is stirred tip with religiousjexciteuient. Mr. Alexander P. Campbell, a brother of Professor John L. Camp? bell, ot Washington and 1.00 l ni v. ?lied at the residenc...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 February 1886

woodbtcok; VA. [ Entered at the I'.t-t ?l.tock, Va., at -ecood-clas? matt, r. FlttltlY, Ft'.?. It? ISS5. iil'.M'.PAl. LOCAL STEWS. 1 MKi'iHtri BoROe. I ism buying Nate It-Mi,1s. A 0, Vs \ ill. M.irsh llothn.ir, ut tall ?cil ??-. cut hi? knee liadly with I v lio|>|?:ng woixl on the liinniitain, en Tuesday. Jutt think' ?even packs fresh roasted Kiiterjiri-e celt. ?? i,,i ,*l ,s? ctxth. \v. C. Barra?. tad, wife of Mr. J,i.s.-i.h Neu? land, of Ml. .Itckson. died on Saturday laat and vsa bniiicd on th? fbllowiag Sunday. lKin'l fail to call at ? nebou?* and examine the l.lc,ht CtUI Binder. s i?. 1'iiiii.iic?e- Edita /'fn/i/r, II ii, ?tit cull on Monday, lie w:.s 1,1 Weod? stiK.-k worklng la lb? of Tarn? .nee. \ lot ?if Ueckendorii pista * fol ??ale ?heap l>y Hassel A Lase;-. of the l?iytaii?l young mea of the town have Wen Bag I I Be ?la)s in ?? ?tn>w balling, rega .1 ladies li.-i, ?truck. Wiiy i? ilns tkiagnol ?topped ' ?. Mackerel, IS eta. pat d w. c. ; The ( ?-tied on , k from...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 February 1886

Farm and Household. SUCCESSION OF CROPS. I meeting of farmers held at ri.iiiiin-liain, Mass-., Professor ('. A. i.iiossiiiaii, of Amberst, spoke njiiii "Rotation of Crop?." He ..m his instructive dlseOsWSewith ?i histor] of the agriculture of the t, and its beariugon the present, pointing out what science has done in the present century, ami also the. principles which underlie well rec ??yiii/reil modes in farm practice.? 'I he relation of plants to tin- soil ?mil Hie peculiar relation which the ??uiiNtriii'tion of plants exerts were described, as well as the mainnes ;.t our disposal for bringing' alunit conditions favorable to rotation.? The great value of chemical and (uuinieri'iul fertilizers, said the speaker, as supplements to barn vaiil niuuures and ?>ther home r*> .sources of uianurial substances is; to-day universally conc?-?l?'?l ; they Hi .-.cive also as substitutes in va i cus exceptional conditions a m ouiiiieiidalion. A judiuous -, of ooiiie special eoniineicial 1...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 February 1886

S -** 9K VOL 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1886. P?O. 5. IS rt'BLlSHSD WBBELT BY TU I HERALD COMPANY Sobscription. 0*1 1 ?ollar anda ual? per year pa . BabrK-riiiri. - .' tiiuoof enb acr bina aaay ran ; - for re? $'*.0.l Mil i? any caae. All communications of ?i strictly privat* nature will be Inaertad only as adv?rtaB0 menta. TILE ranULD -'??il OfFB K, i? complete in esi-ry reepaet. Editorial nom, 1. tweea Kailroml and Main ?I - J . ???"** LEMUEL BORDEN, All? ?UM.! Al 1 W?. SS iinoSTOCa, : : VlBOaTTI?. Oriic?,?Kooin No. -, Bnrnei Building,in .-. I..- (bond nil day ot m-aris or niiiie ? ?erj da* Ijoi?t. K.sioM.i'.i i:m:i:. -IV ATTORNEY AT LAW, KniNHfK?.. M1I..N .SM.n.SIl ? '??.. \ s. Will practico m tin- com!? of ?o.lll Hint ;ill|oll,l: g S'uxiii?! attention U t Claims. Nov. 3, -l-ly. I in., Commissioner in chancery, - \ IKOINIA. >l? I , ... tf JAMES C. BAKER ?? wit a it v i: i??N .?? DOI I?. . s ??a? ?Ut: ? ' I'lll > ?i -s JAS ? IISKFB, J?. Mtv - . I? I.. BORU...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 February 1886

1? PISLIHBOD WBBBLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. FEB. It?, 1HSO. A dispatch from Harrisouburg s.ates that the shortage in the ac? counts of in. 11. Sterling, lato Treas uit-r ot Uockiughain couuty, it is thought will approximare $100,000. Ileiidiicks and Hancock are both gone but Tildeu's health is as vig? orous as it was fonr years ago. In human lile it is the unexpected that most frequently occurs. Egyptian affairs are becoming more and snore complicated. Osman Digna has come to Ufe again, o::d Hon. Sunset Cox is visiting the land ot the Pharaohs for his health. A correspondent attempted to j get the opiuion of the Hon. Jai Blaino on the Pan-electric k phoue matter ; but the Maine e m refused to say a word on the subject. .'.oou at West Farmiugtou, Trumbull county, Ohio, kept by a Bian named Hawley, was wrecked with dynamite. The people of the alaes had bceu at war with Hawley lor some time, and this is thought , tho result. 1 >ne of the most recent stones...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 February 1886

8+fE?,,4,NB0jMi tiEft-ltO WOOD8TI -V. [Entered ar the Po?- oditock, Va., a? -eci" ter. FRIDAY? HI?- I? i^s,; MUAI; LOCAL Ml WS. The i?-?? liw ni' Boti ?n? .ii ? ? ii'ix ellies at Davis'?. Full aratigeiut-uU fur ail gra tbe N'i'inial t li yes ??ut ? n? i lu.iii go to Dr. Luke, lb- aae a prepara? Don for the gum? that il. sinos all pain. We know this tu be a bel from mir BWS experience. 4 lbs nice fr.-?b 1'ini., C ears'?. TA*M I???? U?ve been pill in ' Lutheran church, in tie* plie e. It i* a liaudsonie, comiiioilin M and cdiiveiiii'iit room, and rettect? great crol it upon the euergy and lil?eralit,v of the ' "i??tr?'liati??n. Hat.?. .??lively ' ??eph Map!; - inline in Mt. Jackson, mi Mum! .. nf last week. - BhB was tin? lin it her nf Mr?. Jae !'. Louas, Matt. Ktinkhi.iis.r. uml e daughter ..? r..si hi'kr i I am busing Confederate lkun'.s. \ ?? W-, Kt-v. K. II. riemiiic ef no? m Ki.miicy, \> " ? loteo - Don't fall I I ?nd ex nun.- Iba Light i b ? Binder. Tbe animal : the WoosMock ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 February 1886

Farm and Household. STOCK-BREEDIM JI& 6RAIN RAISIN6. A farmer who for a long term of years has a good paying crop four seasons out of five may consider him.selt in average luck, and this lac'?, has induced many to turn their attention froui ?rain growiug to t l.t 11 > farming. Though tho prices ot butter and cheese are subject io very wide lluctuatious, it is uot ?An that a farmer, having once embarked in dairy-fariuing, ever goes back to the growing of grain for market. In view ot the present deinaud tor lieef cattle, however, it -i .m.s somewhat surprising that a meat number of farmers do not turn their attention to stock-breed? ing. Beef is a commodity with which it would seem impossible to glut the market. As the qsmlity improves the consumption iticrea? ??s, and if its prices decline |teiecpt ibly, it straightway begins to take the |? MS "!'some other staple aiti ? nf food? BO thai its consiste ncv is immediately and in most caaes I'ctiiianently rendered broader. Why ib ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 February 1886

VOL 6i?. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1886. NO. 6. IB FUBLSKBTD WBBBI.T BT Til | IIKRALD COMPAN T Subacription. On DOU.41 anda half per year payable la BdvsBSB, 8ulmctiptioii? not i ?id at time of ?ub aar'hiaaj may raata/M aaoatha im re ???iissiliie purl us. lint alter tint time ?'?.un will aecharged withonl variance in any caae. Alle.linn -trictly private nature will be insetted unis an ?ilsertiso ?eiilt. TILE IIKKAI.I? JOB OIT? K, l? complete in es cry laapaet. K.liti?rial room, business otlite anil steam prvrisee be? tween Railroad ami Hain sti.-etn. ft '? - .' ? '? ? ?? LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WlKlDSTOCK, : Vik?;inia. OiKiirc,--Kisiin No. -, Bonier BaUdiag, m o? near wlntli he can l.e l'on ml all ?lay ot MSli] or (?in: KOBT. E.STONEBI ?;M.i;, ATTORNEY Al LAW, I t.L'KU. SllKNAXUO.VIl CO., Va. Will practice in the omits ot' Sli ?UHU ?totli anil Bsajetnlng COODl ?"??.?tial attention f Claims. I -l-ly. LTMiMJrrr, ?t., .Vil. I..SLY AT LAW, Commissioner in chancer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 February 1886

18 PC BUSHS? WBBaT.LT BT BALD COMPANY VTO?DSTOCK. VIW-INIA. 1 It I? AY. FEB. S?, lssrt. Miss Jennie Chamberlain, the American beauty, has arrived in New York. The l?oston Lancers were cordial? ly lcceiscd and hospitably enter 1.1 ned in Richmond. What is called a "dangerous" t'oiiiiteitcit of the Bland dollar lias been ?Iisicoveied. And the genuine legal dollar is itself a dangerous fraud. Mrs. 1 ?esdemona \\ adssvorth Ful? ler Smith, who died recently in Salt ? Ity, aged 7t? years, was one of the iirst of Prophet Joe Smith's wives. Reporta Horn Helena, Montana, A inoepeg, and Texas, ?re to the i fleet that, the cattle huve wintered verv well. The storieH of gi utruction are said to lie false. \ gieat t re at Wilmington, N. ? inday altenioon last, destroy - ? d over a million dollars worth of ? :ty, including business houses, n-sidence?, railroad depots, and a church. An umloubted prairie woll t.? have oeta killed on lln? railway '?? u h Weald, Raaex, England. - ipposition la that i...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 February 1886

WOOD8TC?K, VA, [Eotereal at the Past Other-, at WinidateOck, . :? econd-clas? matter. t mow. n:it. -ill. INN?. GENERAL F<>('AF ISTBW8. I lier? will be communion ?asTriOM koM in the i.tithcran Church, at reoa'i Brook, m x: sahhath '.'-tli. ?'oMk.Iik.Stll h.'M's 1 sin luiutig Confederate Boods. A !.. Wv \k....c. Home of tin? citizens o? l.tniiv, l'uge. ??ounlv, liava in ceiiteinplatioii 1! lielemiit of a founilry in that ??hue. W? bave jii?t receiveil a full line OB* mar? ble?, sml will have the ,,th.r they ?-??in* in BMOOs*-. liiivnlsoti A Capper 1 ? ?ll lh ?lOWll e ?I UK e 1,1 ll tlie pit? I" of ?toa-k coiitiiines law. Many of ?uir farm er? sre lssikiitj; anxiioislv foivtiit?! to the spring pasture. Choice ?lover Seid for Met a? V I.. Jamisons. Students will timl tl)?' VV ?sulstoek .Vu innl equipped for ?Wag the !?? possible in all gfS K??r fine fruit ca!l on Pan.Urn i per. 1 lit-v keep the lust m the market. Tbe spirit of improvement i? ripe in the land. All IhlWtgk Ihkl buil...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 February 1886

Farm and Household. WhoOwns Great Britain ? ? vening 1'ost. ?ybody knows that a number of in?*ii own the bulk of the I..ml in (?rout Britain, but theie is .ic.v.iss Miniftliiiig startling about Mu' ligures. Tin? total area of Bag I iml an?! Wales (excluding Lon ?Ion) is 37,243,8511 aeres, or about lliatot Nesv York Nesv .lerscy, ami Delassaro coiiibiui'il. One man own* l-ij. ;,.i7 seres, or l?200oftbe whole ; a second 13S,9M acres, anil a third 103,789 acres ; i??'? peraoni ossn 1,017,07?. acres, cipial to De htvs arc ami tins three lower coun? ties ot New Jcssey ; '?SO own ,">, 123,* ..'ii acres, u tract considerably larg H than Nesv Jertvoy ; s?7t ossn '.?, 1*07,031 acres, at which rate 1.<mmj ?a would own a full third of ?oik state. A body of men ss h ich does not exceed 1,500 owns in,.it? than one-half of all BaglftPd and Wales. In Scotland the situation is still t of that country u l*. Mii;,i;;?t acres, sshich 1a a little mine than that ??I Khode Island, .M.i.ss.ii'huM-tt...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 March 1886

VOL 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1886. NO. 7 It nilUm WKW.T KY ; IIKKAI.P (M)M PAN V Subscription, Olffi DOLLAI anda half pur year payable in ad i KuWriptiona not j aid at time of ?ub tv-r Line l?uy i;in lii.e.: tint for re Poaaaible MItrae, liut after that tuno $'.' im a i]] U charged without variance in aay caae. All communications of a strictly privat? a ill be inserted only a? advertise ?MUt?. na herald job ornes, it complete m cwiv napMt. Editorial room, baeinott office ami v tvi.,ii llailruml ami Main street?. ?.??I* ... ? ? i' ??.. LEMUEL BOKDEN, AliUKM.V Ai LAW, WOOMTOCK, : VlWUXlA. Onto,?Rooni No. -, Burner Build?Dg, in or MB which In- MU l>i Intuid all ilay of uearly or ijuiie every day ?Mas I KoiiT. i..m?'m:ihkm:k, ATTORNEY AT LAW, KUMBVUU, Mll.NANlH'All * 0., V.\. Will pihiti. in t)a oouftaoi Mifiian ?loali and iuijoii.iiig coiintut. il attention to Collection of Claim?. Mot. 3, -H?Xy. W Li .uri.Eti. j?., 4 KCI AT L?W, Commissioner in thancory, VI 1. lAOM...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 March 1886

Stt??WBOAt? mutin ISri'BLUUEDWKKXLT IT : ALP COMPANY ?TOUX, VIKolNIA. ritruiv, M UM II 5, lss?. evelaud, of New York, had her name changed to Mary ??rover Cleveland, bee .iy Jane was too humdrum for lier. The last census shows that there were 100,000 inhabitant? ovei \c , 7,?mm? over 90, and ? ?mi who had passed their 100th year. A Chicago pawnbrokers shop was robbed last week wink- two ?i were in it. The | should not have been left so un pro ted. . Polk, the widow of the cl? ient, has not visited Wash ?:oii lor more thau thirty \. m etired from the w House. Mi>? (..'lotelle PalSSS, whom I . S. SeoatorJoaen, of Florida, is almost iy io marry, is about ?<< old ami the heiress to some Jl?, IMN?,Ot?ll. sellers can .journey to San francisco no.v for the humble pit? tance of ?WO by rail. This is only the tenth of what it Used toi. 'ihe New York Sun, in quoting ith's recent remark. on!v a ruin," asks: WW I a Fellow expect when he gets t - old r Anights of Labor are having .s all ...

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