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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 March 1886

8Tt?N/W0/ttr tttla/Ul. WOOD8TCOK, V-<V. [Entered at tue Pari I V?., at second-?-1a FltllUlY. ntltdl BL iss?. GENERAL LOCAL NR.WS. TO OTJR PATRONS. We deaire to inform a avail thrinse -1 ? on tbair ?ubacriptiou to do?o by March court. All who do net pay on ?>r Mote that tinta w ?II pay two dollars inst . ?abacrip lion. I in Hi iiti a Co. The Ileeritijc Hinder m the ?trim. most durable machin?, on the ? I tas Htirviviu? ?amber? of th? I Cavalry have determined to en dura' lneiiuinciil in the poor I h at lterrvville. Oosn aOaaUura Bowm i un Confederate Horn!? A U Wi - M, mm David .loidan and of I'otydon, lad in Woodatm k an ; % Auction kt t'hiili. It? li unlay afternoon, f,?-. . lock You can't eat nio |g a year, and you eatt'l pltn either, ?h Potomac II? W. i The western favw has broki ?? gbboraood of sit. few psis.ui? hat, . I.aidrelti't ?-eil? tie the ly by B. Schun?. IO. ?,. /.,IK New Market, ?old 1 i ('apt B, Pril exeellent quant?. Ju-t opened, a uand?oiin eprin^ neckw.-ai al...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 March 1886

11 " ' ?". ? Farm and Househol ?Stf?L ?M0WLED6E. If manure is tobe used in hard it sliouM never be it uch ?is will quietly Isrts Sil which has besn thoro i pas* il, or well decompose Wood mold, in i \iil lime and ashes, has been fount h ut, and the better the ma in lincncss of condition and free iiom decomposing matter, the liability of the trees to disease, Aneiit gray horses, the " Stock Journal,'' London, saya j I color watte is promising liriiiiie fashionable asiong d M breeders ; that the gray h he favorite horse of art alt the? general public, and the "Jo would like to see it better teemed iu the show-ring. The liostou "Coltirstor" th that the Guernsey breed of c. have been overshadowed !>v .itct popularity of the ?'er* but are well worthy of ?qua tt-ntioii, and that, giving ss milk as the Jerseys, they vie larger mess andar? consider larger theinselyes. Drainage is not leas Talnab the stock-raiser than to the g laimer. It lengthens the sei hoth in the spring and fall, k I ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 March 1886

. VOL. 66, WOODSTOCK, VIUCIMA, FRIDAY, MAUCII 12, 1886. NO. 8. I* rVBSJflBXD Wr.KSLT BT CUE HERALD COM TAN Y Sllt>B?T??.t...tl. IM; DOIXAS ANUA HAL?* i.tr year oas/able la ?ui. . RortacTiption* not \ %i?l at time of sub aar'aina may rantb.-ee PHatha for re Jxrii??ib1rt \iaitii-v. lint B?ter ti>?t Usa* ItUK) ?in be charged wititoat Tsrisses Is Buy case. All in.iiiinuuioatioiis of a strictly private natnrn will be iiisern-d only as ai ?Writ*. TILL: HKRAl.l? 101 <>r 1 .' 1* cum?lete lu every Napest. i room, basines? oilice and steam pr?e**eebe Ivseen Ka.Ui.rt.l HI .1 Mil.M ?tlVH-tB. tit .. _ ' . " ? *" LEMUEL BORD AITOKNKY Al LAW, Wlilil'Mut ?, Vn: Orru B,~Ki?-?tti No. -, I'.urmir BatUiBgj in ur nt-ar which lie can I.,-luiiml alldej ol ??-? nrqaiteevery daj. LMbv ( K?BT. i:.su)M:r.ruNi:K, AITOK.NKV AI LAW, Kiii.-vuiKi. ? Va. Will practice lath* courts o? easastv Sosh and adjotaiog aunal ? Special attention to Colle*tat. of Claim*. I Commissioner in Chancery, sua, MT. JSCKSO...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 March 1886

? WEBKLY ST TIIF. iD OOM 1' ^ ! ?TOCX, VUKUNIA. i unnv, niHt it is, lss?. Laborers on tbe Panama canal are dying at the rate of forty a day. Mr. C A. Heerinaus will begin the re-publication ot the Blookabnrg Vctrs next week. An order for ton hours' work and increased pay has gone over all the P.. \ O. lives, atlScting 10,000 men. -bly Mr. Garland mav yol surprise, the world by giving up bis telephone stock ami donning a claw-hammer coal. Printing trom ziuc plates is gradually revolutionizing litho iphy, after having been dormant arly a quarter of a century. Un the Northern Railway, Kus s i, the locomotives are being ipted for peat burning, at a sav? ing over wood and coal of 50 per cent. Thomas J. Cluverius, charged the murder of 1'annie Lillian Madison, whoso trial was fixed in the Court of Appeals for the sth, ?tinned until the "i'th lust? - estimated that the cost ol printing bills in Congress tl will In? $100,000. Only a fraction one per cent, of all bills pre sentad are ever pa...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 March 1886

St}?NAfl.DO/.t* fj-SB/UI. _WOOD8TOOK, V--A.. [ Entered at the Post Office, at W Va., at -second-class mai ter. FRIDAY.HAI? II IS, Is-?.;. GENERAL I.'?CM, NEWS. Rar. s. i;, fafgaaon, psatoi ..t Church, South, of tin? place, is attending tbe Conference ol" that Church now in ses? sion m Stannton The boss Iron anil Chain pumps for sale at Jamiaon's Wureliotist. BUW. M Iw, The prospect for a wolt-atteasM 1* very fine. T>on't fail to read tk* adtstti?BMBi of Mr. C. I'. Hitey la tbi* lasse, Me - . butines* mm, prompt ami accommodating, ami isa thorough and can loi druggist. W Inn yon go to Fdmbnrg call to see him, atol ue aaartiaasd that what .?. ? empty ton tul. Olirer Chilled Plows *ad repair? bad at Triplett'? ??an ban**, near depot. A special train will lesve Wnu bester at 7 o'okx-V ?mida\ moR?Bg, 14th ilist., to seeoianoslate those osaJriag to attend the Southern Metho.|t?t Cettstrenee sow In BBastaa la stannton. Rstaraing, the tram will lease Stannton at 5 p.m. Koiind trip ticket...

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 March 1886

Farm ftnd Household. WIL8B and How to Appiy stable Manure. Stable manure ia a heavy, bulky l tal ami iu applying it to our we have to handle a large St Of and otlier ma I of comparatively little value, ,ii order to apply enough of the lut! elements for abundant (??raps. And when we have much to handle, especially it we have to draw it far at tue, busy - B Of planting, or over soft land ,n wet weather, wo find it a tediaos iob ; and often planting 1? coiisiileralily de?aved by the time i? i|tiirt?d to get tho manure? spread upon the laud. Hence, when and how to appl* it in the most eeoni ( ol manner, is a matter of no little importance. The winter or early spring, while the ground is frozen M oral lOSsSOSjSj a very favor r.tne for !.an ing out manure. irmer shall eodeovot to all help and teams a - Indua -.V employ ed as Is reasonable during the whole year, and all jobs SSI is Well be done (luring v. inter, should be attended to at : me. Hauling out stable ma titire seems to lie one o...

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 March 1886

YOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIIU.TMA, FREOAT, MARCH 19, 1886. NO. i?. StfENANDO^tt WWII i? rtnusHXi) witaai v by THE HERALD COM PAN ? Subscription. ?WS li.n.taii am> a half per year payable in advance. Subecriptione not \ aid at time t,f sob ecr'hiug may run th .e months for re? lut after that time I ill be chargetl without variance in au y ??as?. AU communication? of a strictly private nature will be inserted only aa advertiao Mante. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, la complete in every ic.?pect. Editorial Boom, boaineaa office ?ad ?team prewea be? tween Kailroatl ami Mum itreete. i ?a u ..'- ' . "' LKM LEI. BORDER, AllUU.NHY AT LAW, WoonsTot?, Vim,iMA. Oa'riCB,?KooUl No ?. :ii.ii:?i lUillUiUji, in or near ? nearly or iiuit* every doy. [May ROUT. K.SiOM-.Ut ?KNER, ATTOKNLY At LAW, EmmiVMiu, mii:>AM.i'vn ? ".. Va. Will practice IB th? ??? urtsof sin-nan doah and adjoining < - ?pectal atteiitio'i toColleetlorj of Claim?. Bov. ?, -. LTBIrTETT. a?., . SET ST LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, and B...

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 March 1886

isrnsiJaasDW; sai.Y bt UEUALPCOMPANY ftJUDeTfOCX, VIHUIMA. I RFUAY, ?!4ltC II lt>, lis?. imperor William can speak only . whisper. Capt.W. s. B. Wingfleld, alead tiien of Krankliu county,Va., died last week. Two grown daughters of Peter n, of I.uudon county, died one day last sveek of pneumonia. A party of Northern geutletnen an? purchasing large quantities of timber in Northamptou county, Va. \\..l.l?oyd, for many years a m mahnt of Kichmond, and after wards a resident of Baltimore, died i lleiinco couuty Friday. Peter Compiler, aged 9S, and Joe. I'.tfman, aged 80), of Ijoudmi coun? ts, died last wivk. Tin? former i soldier of the war of 181 '. Joseph Pnglish", of Boston, who s to bo a man of leisure, has \ ten and a half hours in witting l,i?-2 words on a postal tard. The dwelling-house of Thomas ? I. liait, near Columbia, Pluvanuu county, was burned Friday night, with most of the furniture. No m suranee. Iiiicastlc baa, with only ten dis seating votes, decided to subscrita vUe...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 March 1886

Stt?tfjWlWtt lOT/UD WOODSTCOK, "VA. I Kntereil at the l'o?t OOtee, ut \v Vs., at -ec ruiitvv.niKt.it n>, iss?. RAL LOCAL NEW8. Many le-onn? through llii? teetlofl have t . ess baa ami Chats patnpi at Jsuiistiti's Wart! - 1.' kw. A new poetotlice ha? keen e?tulili?!i???l at Ida, I'age county. Ye., with \. J. Miller as pest tn aster. Cum tor.sat e Bnatta. -I am buying Confed?rete Bonds. A. 8. Wl mot?. Mr. Junes l.cwlt, of this place, it tret t ing a seat dwelling on tlie cornet near tin1 foundry. It will be a disidid improve? ment to that fast improving pan of town. A tinrubsr of buildings will be in this ?dace during the oeat.Bg -?eck is bout d tu keep i p In the ntaren of progress sn.l imprnvn. lie ? ?. Chain l'unie, for ?a!o at Jaa marin- It Hesse biOa printed at tie Haaai Doftce in the be?t ttyle and a! ill? lew. We have a i ? Hi?i.g on \our woik, and bare it ? Oliver Chilli '1 l'!e?v? an.i had at Trip!? ???. near de|Mit. Thinks to Mr Hampeoo 1'.. s - Sanmsriile, for a nire tre...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 March 1886

Farm and Household. THE CARJEJJF COLTS, g, Y. Tlraea. A colt may be reared as easily as a calf. This ease however often ? to neglect, ami the JOQng tal is kit to rear itself, and do tho best it can upon the N the horse stable. This is eoiitraiy to common sense and economy. A .voting animal really needs mure care ami better treatment than an old one, inasmuch as the old aid mal has matured its growth ami net-ds merely sustenaace, while the JOCtag is making growth, and re Minies not only food enough to sup? port life, but also to furnish matter wherewith the growing frame is built up. There is a good deal in breed, but more in the feed of an animal. Breed gives the capabili t.v am! power to do what can be done with the materials furnished. It cannot be. a substitute for the ma? terials, otherwise something could be made from nothing. When one ?aja* tliorougli brtil cow, foi in? stall?e, will produce a pound of tat from a quantity ol food winch has .. an a pound of fat in it, the ..mt ...

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 March 1886

SSE T-&S??? ? VOL. CU. WOOI?STOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1886. NO. 10. attEliA??DOATf ffr.??Al?0 IS PUBMSHBD wsarai V SY THE HB1ALD COMPANY Fnl script ion, On Hhi.i.ak ?a ?rAL? per jear payable in advance. Sub.- ? U time of ?uh montbi for r? Uut titter that time ???.no sill t.? ebargad withoat variance in any caae. All communications of ?i strictly private natnr? will be inierted only us adv.-itisc aventa. T1L? tLLTLVLI? JOB OFFICE, is cuiuplt-i? in ?ti-iy i. .?.eel. BdlterVal room, b - tosas Railroad ami Mam - ?"?a- i.< ? ??.? .'!? ?? LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTOBBB1 Al LAW. WvxiiHsro?. ?, Yl saisi i Offic?,?Room No. -, Baiser Bailding, i'i er near which lie tsn befooed all day ot ?early onitute every day. I Ma) - KOIST. ?.?to?eburner, Al ?i i.M 1 AT LAW, Bl'l?BL'ltO. Mll.N AM 'SU ? ?>.. V V. Will prsotii ' - doali and adjoining I * fsiiecial attention to Collect ion of Claims. Buv. 3, '-4? ly. II si.En, ??., a- 1ST AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AND aOTASX 1 t I M'i..!ac...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 March 1886

Bt\t}iMT>OAti HZUfi isrcBiJsHsnwsBSLT Bi? l? i.RALD COMI'AN V WOODSTOCK. VIR<?lMIA. i it I III \ MABCUei?, ISSti. (?overnor Lee addressed the stu? dents of the Colored Normal School ai Petersburg, Saturday last. The emigratiou from Ireland for tue. JMM In?". was i;i?,4J?, against during the year previous. A lawyer at Toledo, Ohio, has been sent to the workhouse for kissing a pretty girl agaiust her will. 'I lie AH? ('?litoinia'x hum mese question) "da slow and dine in the middle of the i hi?ese of Sau Francisco are advantage of the low rail road rates, and arc coming east in ?timbers. Uie widow of the Hon. Hamilton fish has contributed $00 to the Cuifeden.te Orphans' Home at Charleston, S. C. \ i.tiveiuor Smith,of Kauquier, I upwards of 88 yean of age, und his form is as erect, his i and his step as elastic as ??\er. Iowa has l.L'tMl,(?Oil cows, produe ?iniiallv f.-.O.iHMl^KMl of dairy ? inducts, and ships out |'_'4,?<>hi,ui 0 nnnually, so the State dan. in leports. In U...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 March 1886

8+fi:n^N50/.fr Ttt?i.UD WOOD8TCOK, VA.. Va., a? ecoml-, 'a-- matter. ntiiiti. n%i;t H sjts ?svi. NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS. Wa ai?? no? sending out accounts to all our .subscribers who aie in arrears. We hope to receive aptompt and ready return from all as we need and must have tlie money. Wears ?-atislied that no business firm in the country has indulged its ciistomois as we have, and we must now insist upon pay ment. For the convenience of our Mt. Jackson patrons Mr. Kdgiir L. IFvy, our foreman, will visit that place on Saturday, the 27th inst., with their accounts : which time >?e fopet'i . will all bo red to mee' him *.Mth the ?ready cash. 01 \< \i. LOCAL m:\vs. Paint your old l.n^gy bright a ? for mi. Oliver Chil ? had at Triplait'? warehonae, near Tbe Lutheran ladies will hat' on April ?oart iv.licited. Don't fail to ? Binder New ?i pots- W. < It ?s reporte?! thai the riv- : since. It wa? probo! of the " near here a few vea: - I a. 0. Wyxi l'oti.inac herring, ?bad ?? tS?h...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 March 1886

-- ISP Farm and Household. DRA1MABEINJHE SPRING. In t:.o coarse of an address on faun JnflltfT. at a recent agticul OOQVeotloa iO Boston, Col? II. W. Wilson said : TheSSJ IS BU? other point in regard lo tin** drain? sOll which WOOllgllt to ml that is tbat it would , : v BWS?oial in tho spring ol retar. Von can tell l>y t'ue a; ? .net} ot the land whether it is a pood subject for drainage, l'or see, in hauling your manure noon the field, it'you notiee that the ruts hold the water tcnucious ? I it remains there until it ?hies npby evaporation, but not i> percolation throng the soil, that laud, no matter how teuacious the soil, even it composed of blue clay, ean be made so porous by drainage that the water will soak away rapidly and easily and the field can in- earl* Mtared upon foe W e find v?. ? -tient inn?, on upland and on knolls whore one would expect to sec dry ?and. The graso groara in little tussocks. The drainage is not ftMd, and BO these ?i asaca)come into the soil. VVi...

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 April 1886

/?' ?J ??^^s VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1886. NO. U. ?PUBLISHKDWKr.KLT BY ?HE H M ALP COM TANT B^Ulitcription. u: ANDA HALF per year payable 11 Subnet : ? il time of sti'> ?er'bing maj nmi.i ee monthi for re pnnasih $5.00 ?rill be charged witboal variance in any ia?. AU lamiiuuiiicatioin O? a - nature mil be intuited only?? M ?enta. il conip'.fe in ?TeTJ iwpaei. Editorial room, bus.n?s? office and ?t.-am pres?eebe twren liailroad ami Main II g-li " 'il.? _^J. EKMl'KI. BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Win ?STOCK, Vi mu su. . ?Koolii N* V DUtBM Bu II ?r near wlmii lu-? .m !>?? 'muni b Beailyoniuiie . vei> <!..; < KOliT. K. SIONT.IUKNKU, AIT? ?KM. V Al LAW, El>I2IBUK(i, Slll.NAM"iMI t Will practice in ti* Micnaii ?oah and adjoiuing com : Special attention lo Collection of Claim?. Mot. J, 1w-4y. Lie., AITOkaBl AT LAW, Commissioiior in uhancory, ?Mi ?OTaJbi rCl Mt. Jackson. - - Y: Mai ai ??.._;?. if JAMES C. BAKER Jr., B v EM on ?) it< >\ ii. Trait..? ...

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

18 rCBU?HED WKIELT BY TDK nERALP COMP \S Y WOODSTOCK. VIB?I?IA. trUIDAY APRIL 8. ISM. .lames De Witt, of Bedfoid coun? ty, Va., died recently, aged 101 .\e:il<. The total number of hogs packed iu the I mted States during the ? ;.ded March 1, was 11?M?3,057. Sam Small, tho evangelist and reformed "funny man," has qait using tobacco. Tho trial of Dr. Win. White for shooting .Iudge Oeo. W. Ward la in [srogreas at Abiagdoa, v*a It is ?aid mat me ijueen of Italy has given a large order for poplin dresses to a Dublin firm. The wile of ex-Secretary Hamil? ton Fish has donated ?V>0 to the Confederate Homo at Charleston, \ woman made the first orauge :i California, and has built up .in industry that now amouuts to 10 boxea a m 1 ne residence of Irvine W. Ilotf man, at Huntingdon, l'a.. and a large canvass painting entitled '? Paradise Regained." were burn? ed. Loas)fga\wtt Jalla A., wife of ex Gov. Francis H. Pierpoint, died at Fairmont, W. Va., on last Thursday, aged .~>8years. She...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 April 1886

mtnfiWOM trEtf/UD WOOD8TCOK, VA. [Entered at ? ? .il Wooditock, Va., a? sec.. ,.r. 1 KIlllY. M'ltll.2, ISS<1. mj4&~ NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS. out accounts to all our subscribers who are in arreara. W a receive ?prompt and ready return from all as we need and must have the money. Wean- satlefied that no business firm in the com indulged itH customeis as we have, and we must now Insist upon pay ment. For the convenience Fdinborg patrons Mr, Bdgar L. Ilisey, oui foreman, will visit that ..ti Batnrdav, the 3rd ?net., with their accounts made out, at winch time we hope they wRl all be prepared to meet him with the ready cash. SERAI LOCA1 NEWS. Many eOBH out nf ttim Issue. On acconnt of the wet weather ing of the Hbm the Ka formeil Church, 1? ?oetponed until Thnre day night. Anril tl --itv k. A carload of tb'- keel inlmal 1 phosphate just reeeived bj l'er% I V. at 0. V l.ilnat to return them to th- witbonl ?delay. Irwin'e drag ?tore anil - ??- trie light? v ??full of "git up and git,'...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 2 April 1886

Farm and Household. HINTS ON GARDEN CULTURE. The soil which is best stilted for tin? culture of the beet isthat which ther tight than ethere ways provided that it is thorough? ly enriched with mamne. eai I y supply, sow in spring, as soon as the ground becomes fit to work, in drills about one toot apart, and two inches deep. Cot main nop, sow tho tirst wees in May, and for winter use sow in June. Thoee dater, are for the latitude of New Voik. For the South sow earlier; aha North, later. When the plants have attained three or four leaves, thin out so that they ni.t) stand live or six inches apart. Keep free from weeda by hand weeding or hoeing. The onion thrives beat in a rath ei deep, tieh, loamy soil, and, un? like most vegetable.-, aOOCCCda wt-11 when cultivated on the same ground for successive years. The heal culturo requires that the ground should be deeply trenched it ploughed und manured the pre \ ions autumn, and laid up in ridges dnritig the a inter to pulverize. Aa n the s...

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 April 1886

f ?.,. ' VOL (ili. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1886. NO. 12. 8H?lWD0A.t t,??WU> IS (-[Kl ISBED^F.P?LV BT r h R ilERATiD COMPANY . ription, OSF. ll.iII.AR ANUA HALF per year payable in advance. Snbecriptiois i"t raid ?t time of snb - lor ru non?aihle liai: aal time ???.UO a ill be saejlgllll without \anance in any case. All communication? <>f a strictly private nature will he lAwertet, onlyaa advstaiae asente. THE EEEALD JOB OFFICE, is complete in ev.rv lee^sse?. Editorial room, l.n- and ?team pr< twt-eu Kailrosil and ? LEMUEL BORDEN, aTTOKKEY AT LAW, TTOOSsSTl ? VllU.IMA. mu? f.,?Kis.in No. -, I'.uitiei Building,?D ?r near whu h found all day of . ' l>OBT. i:.Sl()Ni:i'.l RNER, J.V Ari'l'KM.i M LAW, KMXbl'U?!, MIKNsNI'i'All i '?>.. Va. psjeeiee la I ? -?n-nan doah and adjourn-. He sn'a? i~??'. ? f Claims luv. S, ? LIRlfl.LI .. .?., I : LAW, Commissioner in chancery, AM. KO ?KV I t'BI.K'. MT. .?ACKFoN. - - Vl Ma; II ??* -It. tf JA MKS C. BAKER, Jr., HAU ION...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 April 1886

IS PCBUSHJtD WBBKL Y BY TI?E ITERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIKMNIA. ntn>iY ii'uu. w. is??. I he Iron Bridge, across the Sheuandoah rigerat Port Republic, ..idly being completed. Kv.fiovernor ^Vm. Smith, ?>l Warreaton, Virginia, who is iu his vth year, attended Culpeper Court laal week. Mrs. l.angtry has introiluced u new dodge into the commemoration Of a fiftieth, performance by dis Uibutiug her photograph. An extensive mine of rubidium,a metal worth ?y^OOtpet pound, las been sUseovered near Reek ak, Washiugton Temtory. ,I air.? s I ?emus, ninety years old, an inmate of the almshous.- at Heading, l'a., hanged himself be i he was ordered to move from the old hospital to the new. The stock in Socthwtst Virginia . through the vviutet in good order, and are uow in a condition to impiove on the spring pasttir The btiiKe of the clockmakers 01 N.w ?orfchas ended, bv mutua eoaeeseioBS of the manufacturen and the employes- Although taw men have ceased to strike it i.> hoped the product...

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