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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 April 1886

S?lENAiNDOr'-.T Tt?.t?/UD wo. Hit Y, Willi.??, is*..,. .vs. Mi. V agent i Il I on April court ? ? I.iH'k at mu aajs at I be OqM ttlliied inune - : Try t! It i? the county. . Wm!. lard. ? Dr. I ' '. ? I Mr 1 I fry a Hain suden B ' ? * ? - - - ; - - - ? - The j . a ? 1 < lassa?. from M rosblog - Smith ?lid Mill i ? W. ' i I'hila ?lelpbia on Mo ? John Mrown in 1-iV, and I ? l.-r with wie tride ol I in ?fn i p. We need '. (?rai I The Rockingbam ? of the I t?> III?' llo'll'l "1 M pen'?.us - \ a of the ? '"?till on ? week, bin s ? ?d by lb-m . Batter, - " lb. Old fowls. " a' ; -1 I liier anil lile, ' I nit Bl?der 00 earth,'' for li^ht draft and give ever farmer opportunity for judgisg in the held. ? d loo!. for lOll! ? I >Mi 001 : .,f Ibis [liai e, ? .'" al m? Iba., Hap] (within en? made i,, bi v. | paseen. ami there is sorty i with tilia foolish . lunch in lit, Jac-k s.milnv. The . .1 by Rev J led bj other ile were Mrs t i li is I I ill tins o ' i -t. VVa aie mummt ? - ? .ut eig...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 9 April 1886

Farm and Household. THE FARM AND MORALS. It benoorea ever? man in every liui8uit to do what he bus to do to i tit* best (if Ins ability, l'or bis own . not only because it pays Intii r, and wine fur liiui inure at what isdesiiable iu tbe world, but ;i!so lor the sake of the lavtaenee and moral effeet A man does not live to hui: I together by ill bonds wb'ch bind in its aggre tato what we call "society,"a man may feel that a? au unimportant integer in the great mass of figures he has no influence, but no man nan safely act ou this assumption. I ven the farmer, whose tile is al? ways ((iiiet and generally compara? tively isolated, has influence for good or evil, if not iu his personal iis?iH'iations, then in the exhibit he makes to the world id his work. If one acta % botched job of car pciitiy, I pom piece of blacksmith ? any other specimen of defec? tive handicraft, the thing most piotninciitlv Migj-este'l in lus mind Is the worth ledsneea ol the mechanic \\Lio did the work. So it 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. — 16 April 1886

YOL 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1886. NO. 13. STri-lvANDOArt TitA/Ul If? PC BU-mu VM-K-l Y BY THE HERALD COMPANY BaboorlpdOD OS? DoiXAJI ?JIPA HALT per y ? i advance. Souscriptions not t aid at time of sub? set biiu? may ma thee month? for re tmnss,Id? luiit-e?. Hut after that time ?'?.Ou a-ill be charged without vananoe in any case. AU sommas priva*? nature, will be ?nseitixl only as advertise? ments. Bal llLLALl? JOB OFF!' is complete Editorial roon., i. .nul neom pi IWrni Lailloud mid V f " ?j |? j ? LEMUEL BORD ATTob.NKV AT LAW, W.s.i.sio. ?, Vn di i un, ?Room Ne. S, Hot DSi Boil a ,i which lu- vull lie lolind all .lui ol i - - i kh'.i. : 3T?NEBURNER, IX AlTol.'NL? AT LAW, KlU NUL OO, M! ?- s A Ni m \ Il COa, VA. Will practice in ti ?culi and s. S.|>eci?il attei - tionofClaims. a I JB., J? A1TOKSB1 AT LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, AND V - \1.V 1 I rtl.ll . MT. JaU.soN. \ : M?jrll-ftt.-lv. tf JES c. BAKER, .in., HA RTOIN a HOI l>. a law m j trti ? : ? BUautt...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 April 1886

?JftN/trvUOMt tt?-t-/-tJ 18 PCBLUHBD WBKKLV BY fflE IIERAL?? COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRCI-IA. iitnnv, \im?ii. 16, iaa?. (iiv. Vanee saya his heart i* w itli the Local Option people, but his stomach is against them. The Seventh Regiment New York State troops, will visit Richmond on the -Cabl of this month. ; ho death rate at Cairo, Fgypt, dining January, waaliO per 1,000. Bod water is believed to be the eat Mrs. A. M. Lam, mother-in-law of (ieneral Walker, and daughter of the late Covernor I'leasants, of Virginia, died in Calveston,Texas. April 10th, in her 71 year. The food in the rivers of the Booth is greater than ever known, and millions of dollars worth of property have been destroyed and thoaoandi of people have been mulo homeless. For the first time since l8Wthe L'epublicaus bave elected a mayor ol Madison, Wis., the town where I'ostiu.istci (ieneral Vilas resides. The Democratic administration is il success. It is announced ibatthe Khedive of Fgypt has subscribed *-HUKrtl tow aid...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 April 1886

StjENMDtWf nt?-AlD ?WOOL?.-; . , VA. [Entered at ht Vs., s? ?'." I ItlllVY. kPKIL I?, is?a?l. yl. L0CA1 Now i? the time ?o . for the ?prini; trade. "What i? heass witho il a - chiris-d the ?-hi--k 11 bed in an incubator. Mr. H. P. Xewn as well bored :r tanee below ? A Fennsvlva-, i poses establishing sa Kimball, Pin? county. Go to J. Klio.bs ,'c for Toor milli'ier. good?. \!| ? stylee. It 1? s str?ng. know? exactly how to run always . iigage.1 ? business. A silver half i initials W. II and Chnrch ???? lesve it at this office. Call at the A\ oo Real Estate ( - I l'o.. K.-al I'?- ,-,? ? i Ths Virginla ? Vs., which v. M rsbiult. 1 h . I oees, snd wi] Don't fail to call a! and examine tie ! Binder. t'spt. BoHvar w ard eenl'ii'. to the ? eti.tetitisty, ?tul N t'olpeper. ?; ? Mr. lialpli I - bought the ho ? of I.tiray, foiim-i eeph Williams, ami wi] fa'l. Thr.e are haTged with 1 o M other with larceny IWrryville. Claik?- Monty, Vs., 1 night. Farms, M Pro|?erty, for sale A ?? Wyakoop ?\ a ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 16 April 1886

Farm and Household CsnEOFCOLTsT For tbe care of a colt dari spring ami summer a good wall watered and fenced, with i?i< tj ui good shade, and a suk.11 I ? it from the eiiotn \\ ?th a wide covering two feet alx to keep out the rain, and in t ,t constant supply of wi u.-dics and salt (one part Bait three parts of good, clean wi aabea) is all that will be requir I'.ut the eye of tbo owner sho rest upon hiin, even then, as of ; i.u-ticahle. \\ hen the antu has casa*), and the frosts have k ? <1 tbe grasa, it is not polity to the eolt remain out at pasture: in the season. Many gt eolta have been kept starving a shivering in the pasture so late to get such a set-back as to t? lieativ half the winter, with gi ? .a?, to get them back again win they were in Soptemberor Octob Wben the colt is brought ii v. inter quarters for the seco winter, he should be provided m a paddock, with a eosaforta staUbbj and allowed to go iu a ? nit at pleasure, and not be tied . stable ; great barm often h...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 April 1886

AOL. 60. WOOI ?STUCK. ??**" Aa#^( 9H * VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1886. NO. I Sf+stW^?osOOAft sitH/sLaO IS rCBUSHKD W KKKLY BY THE nERALD COMPANY *. , . i Subscription, Ox? Dollar asd a half per year payable in advance. SnNscript ?uns not ? aid at time nf sub scr'binff may runth.ee month? for re ponuibie partie?. But after that time a'?*.0U will be charges! without variance in any ease. All coiiiiiiuuicatu.il? of a ?trictly privat? nature will be in?*rted only as advertise? ments. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, is complete in every respect. Editorial room, business office and steam pres?os be? tween Kailrooil and Mum s LKMUKL BORDEN, ATT'U?M? Al LAW, Wosirxrroca, Viu.ima. Ornen,?Kim.in No. B, Uurner Huililiug, iu Or near wlilcli lie can bo toninl s oearly ortiuiteeiery day. [Ma.? - ROBT. E.SlONKl'.l KNLIL ATTol.NKY AT LAW, XuiNBUiiu, Suenaxiioau ? h.. Va. Will practice m the curt.? of - Aoah aud adjuiniiiu eoonl SS Special attention to loi lection of Claims. Mor. S, 'at? ly. LIIlfLlIT, J?....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 April 1886

S-rttNiWOA-ft TTlt^tD it rT?f? ?"????? TriE nEIlALD COM PAN v ?stock. VlKi.lNiA. ntnuv, ti'itii. 2:1, is???;. Tho Fair Grounds at Colpopor aie advertized for sale. Tho only l'residents who wen? never in Congress aie Washington, Taylor, ('.rant, Arthur and Clcve land. The number of deaths by tho cyclone at St. ('loud, Sank Rapids, Minn., and vicinity so far arc 74 The injured number 313, Tho modest and innocent-look? ing kerosene oil can is*?still getting in its work. It was used to kindle ii I'ittshurgon Sunday, and - . oss of $106,000. .or Jones is against the .ent'ijcivil service policy. If Jones knew what civil Borvti lie would quit persecuting that poor girl in Detroit and \\ t-lnngtou. It would be the most civil Ben ice he 0V01 did. A queer Ixiycott la ???lug <>n In -?'.i'.! i i. At the local option ?u theie the town wen: but ? number of regular drinkers worked for Prohibition. Now, the barkeejK-is have" coml-nml and WOO i sell them a drink, A f. the trouble to calculate ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 April 1886

84t?N/W?/Ht tftft/UD WOODSTCOK, VA. [Entered at the PSBiO?Be?,aJ W. Vs., as -econd-'-lase matter. FRii>\Y. ipmii?sa,lassv ??ERAL LOCAL M?W8. Hood ?ndg? -1 point to a laige frmt crop the SSSBSBS season units? it ihessM 1..- rut shell bj an nstiicfly frost. Yon can fiu?l lea laeet lift of hand made harness in tbe Valley ?t QrebiU'e. We are glad to ?ay that Mr?. ('athsrio Bowrnan, of this place, win. lis? Leen quite sick for some ?lays with pneumonia, is now better, and on the road Is complete Teoovery. Fish csnght from tin? time le i season will be inferior to tirst ran. Muy thebeet W. C. Barree). Abont M BSlSPBi persons, male ami female, were bsptmd in the river at Lexington, Vs.,on Snmls? of !??t ?r?'s Almut a thousand i ? ? ?"I '"?' ceremony. A full line of Dcering Rinder r< th? road for Woodstock and Mt. Col. A. W. Hariiian has resigned the presidency ef tbe Augusta Agricultural Society, and Mr. .lohn W Todd, a promi? nent fanner, has been sleeted to bim. Send a postal ear?!...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 23 April 1886

Farm and Household FEED!?6_P0ULTRY. ? ?1 ? oultry in tho pro] manner, with food beat adapted . wants, ?a odd of tli?- si n tho poultry btisine The market is always well Sftppl with a great variety of grams, a ?liiTerent kinds of food for poult that aro ofl'ered at reduced prie because of a quality that rend them unfit for other purposes, tl Implying that anything is g( onongh to feed to poultry. This a gnat asiatake, foe while al nmy Im loiced to eat almost ai thing, very few animals feel I ult of bad food ?|uicker thai lieu, especially ? laying hen. H 1 will reduce the number ?at once ; and it it does i cause a permanent injury to I lien, it will re?iuiresoroe time, w the beat of care, for lier to rccoi her former condition. Kven cc that has beta heated so tlin all portion of It is ?lamagi >.Iil never, be fed to laying he Many hens are injured l>v feed! llicm poor scraps, and also parti ly ?iciayed swill ; because hens \? ?u- h things, it is no evnlei that tbey are of any ben...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 April 1886

VOL tiii. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1886. NO. 15. is rruLisBKD vrcESLY by THE HERALD COM PAN Y Subscription, On? Pom.au anda hau per \ tur payable ia a?l? Bl Sulawriptiona not j ???1 at time ?f sub scr'bmi; uiav run th f.- month* fur re iK)ii?iibl?i part?as lint bf<?'r ,! %'i.W Aill bo diaifinl witl'.itit variance in any case All ct'iiiniiiuicBtiuu? of a strictly private nature will be teswaTtssI ?inly as aaiSftlee meute. tils: kebald job omi t, is complete in '>t. Kiliti'iml room, business office and ?team p tweeu Baitraad ami .Mim streets. BJL ?? LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTOKNEY AT LAW, sTsasMunns. Visara? Om K,?KiHim Be. -, Banier Boildtog.in or near which In-i an bo foood ... ?early or ?june every day. R?BT. B. S'lONr.l'.l'RNKR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, KliIKBl'UU. ? Will predict- ni t 4o*h and adjomiii?: ooot ?????cial attention to Collection of ria.uu?. Bo>.3.'M-ly. Commissioner in chancery, ami BOTaJti i i sue Mt. Jackson, - - V: May 11 -M? I?. tl JAMES C. BAKER, Jb., HA...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 April 1886

IS rTHI.Ir.IIKI> WEKKLY BY I'll H I?ERALIi COMPANY r it K, vikuima. iKnivv. a run. :io, i-.nu. i .' OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Written ami cnminled for the EUUUU?. With the National Academy ot sciouces in session here ; the gal? lant New York Seventh regiment' n of the city tor two days ; Mm Pan Blootrk Luvi lion enlivened by the testimony of Attorney liencial (iarland ; the Mrike iiive.stigatiouniiulo interesting ? is Jay Gould ami iffaml MaaterWorkman Powderiy, ami the usually slow ami cautious I'nited States passing private pen s on lulls at the rate y>f one a minute fora whole day's session, without, nator in ten having any idea of the merit iirhjj^-of merit of any Of them, it would seem that the 1 ?copie of "Washington liad a good ?Kal to see and listen t?> and won ?1er at this weak. Mr. Powderly, who attracted much curious observation, made a presentation of the labor side ol the case and gave a history of the organisation of the Knights of La? lle also paid a gallant and...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 April 1886

8tf?iN*flD0Mf ??ft/US WOOD8TCOK, VA. [Entered at the Post ?frico, at Woodstock, Va., a? -?avond-cluH? matter. FB1DAY. 4PKII. ?O, issii. (,im:i:ai. L00A1 m:\vs. 1 lie ! i ??t .mil lightest binder ever made. Til? commntncatiun from Mt. llliv.- ?ill appear iu BH next iisuc. A SSSSS '' nnittiT crowded it >.ut ihi? week. (?ur tai mi-i? ?nul ?t,.? w Masan ??ill be? gin to ??ml then tattle eft to the moun? tain range? iu a few weeks fur tbe sum nier. Send a postal card for Heal K.state Cir? culars to A. (?. Wjnkoop ?V l'o.. Resl K? t?te Agents. Box M Hunter Magruder, ?on sf l>r '? Msgruder, uf tin? place, lui? gone to Philadelphia where he Im? ?ectiretl a ]>o ?itii.ii in a large basjaeas BOMS Car load of Junior Pasting So el l!in?ler? Jost rei'Olyeil. Deal bay till ?mi see them. On Sunday last win!.? the tamilv were all at church some tlirly thief ent.-ietl the dwelling of Mr?. EHaabsik Heller, on Main ?treet, t*u\ atals fJB?SS bel? her daughter, Un M naa. The l>eering all ?tee...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 30 April 1886

Farm and Household. DEEP PLOUGHING. In farming, as well a? in dairy "Vi-rj tiling depends ?m the condition of the soil. Here isa foundation, and unless this is in proper coiiditioii the MpentUC tuiti is li?iu.:?l t?i fall. r.il deal has been said and written as tu the proper ?leptli to plough, ami there is sueh a diiicr ? !'opinofl held umoug farmers in regard to it that the question la I It mu ht?B| settled as We think, however, that the leading cause tor sueh dilb-rence ?if opinion may be found in the ?lit 1? ii nee in the land itself. That ?tops a?e andean be grown ?n; shallow iilouohiil land that is . nu une will deny, provide?! ? .i.s.ui be neither too wet nor tt o dry ; i.e., with moderato rains ?!'? m .iMUi. In sutil a sea nv one ?an arro? j,,,,ui oropa, - ,t ii aeaaoM an raie, and, In sun i.; likely to be attended with either;? long drought (11, Now what the . : wants is to guard against mil the only we] t?i do it I up his land as deeply as I ih.iii limn 8? ven toten inches....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 May 1886

5 ? ITJ /T :ii fjL-**. ?N VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1886. ISO. 16. ?ntW/V^sOOAIt tt?1.?Ri?0 . ?-il in WEEKLY BT THE II KRAM) COMPA.VY Sntiacription, One Doli.sk and a halt per year payable in advance. Subscription? not j aid st time of mb ?ecr'bing iniiv run ill cc moiitbs for re? but alter that time $2.00 ?-ill b? charged without variance in any eaee. All communication? of a strictly private nature will be unterteil only a? mlvertisi BaOOaO, THE HEKAL1) .701 Oil II la complete in every laapMt. Editorial room, buaiueai. oflaOe and si, am } tween Railroad and Mam - i m ? . j : ? . *** LEMUEL BORDEN, ai ioi;m:v at law, WoODSTtlCK, ViiuilMA Ofkick,?Kih.iu No. -, iiiunet Ballding, la or near which be can be Ion: .I . aesrly or quite every dav KOBT. K.SIOM-.I'.I KM'.l:, ATT0RME1 AT LAW, ElUKBl-Kti, M1K>VM,...VII ' <>.. VA. Will practice in lho con - doah and adjoining Special ?ttcni ion to loll,, BBSS. 3. M??y. LTBIrLET.-. ib., . vi tOl NI Commissioner in chan...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 May 1886

ispcblishxdwbebly hy THE nERALI) COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VHKHNIA. FRIDAY, May 7? ?ISsM. ^??"""**? "' Tlicre is ? movement to make |?0 States out of Kansas. Free sugar will not be a sweet thing for Louisiana, but it will be intensely saccharine for the rest of the country. Th?* newsof ex-President Arthur's improved health will be gladlv re? ceived, am! many good wishes ?Till go forth lor his speedy reoovery. Three red blossoms on note pa per is tin*, .lapanesi- symbol of happiness, (?no red blossom on the nose is the Koa tack loo's sym Henry Watterson is reported to liave Mid that he could survive the obituary notices published at the time of his illness, but the portraits hurt his feelings. I ' ? ???latic party 008 either got to "fish or eut bait" in the snuggle for tax reduction. It can not always straddle the ls mil. Pullman, Illinois, has enjoyed a wide icputatioti for some JH ?u model town." Its lnst cred table the iai?ing Of il.-'s'U to pay ., . u?. ? of three dog-bitten men to Past...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 May 1886

SviETH/.Ticr; id WOOD8TC(-!?. V>V. [Entered at v M Va., as -ecoud-clas? Bl?1 le'. I ItllUV. l?f.li T, iss?. KRAI? LOCAL SEWS. Choice oranges and Idioms li. Schmitt. Mr. Attbor (". Stiekl.y, ?>f tbii? place, has guns to Strasburg to ?ij?ni a law office. If ?ou ?am ?iiol.:.i tail of clothing call on J.H.I Potato bug? are mimerons ?i'ue.ulv. ?in.' are going for tin new potato ?Hunts as though they mea Trunkr, satchel?, Ac at (?ral,ill's. A cavern has been disi-mered la Tucker eoonty.W. Va., wlii.-h i?, ???,| to aaaaaaia favorably with tin- Ian Melon seeds in ?-rent variety anil ipiite ?.heap, uiutt. The English sparrow? art eaiing up the new vegetable?, la tease ot la. gatdaae la town. There is nothing In,, mean lor ?u English ?psrruw to ilo. Try the new drink, pop ?m ne, Se a p?p at Davidson A CappetV A fine let of aaraeea, ?lasten, whipe, ?xc, on exhibition ?it tirahiir?. Mr. Wm. H. Albert, mu? of our enter? prising citi/eis, ?i.i.? repainted an?! pa[>er ?xl bis haiiilMUiie ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 May 1886

Farm and Household. Mrs. la Harrison, in the Prairie ? ves her views of the W iqnianili of ?iiteeu-ruising. ? us who have kejit I any length of tune have noticed that some colonies \\ host- conditions ??.le the same as the remainder of the apiaty, produce more honey than others. Theso colonies are the ones to breed from, if honey is i he object in view. If a colony is deprived of its queen, in si\ boon the bees will be constructing cells to raise another. Worker eggs, or larvae not over three days old, are used for rearing qfjoooa. Some breeders claim that the best re? sults follow when the bees have access to eggs only. Bees - pu-fer to raise queens on new ?hita eosaba ; su? h ? une should be given to the breeding colony, and placed in the centre of the hive ; holes night DO eut in it, making eon* vt'iiieiit edges for the bees to attach tLcir queen cells, so that they can -ily removed, if desirable to do so. On the third day this comb ??hould be given to queen lc.?s boeo, and thev ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 May 1886

VOL. 66. WOOI?STOCK. VIRGINIA, ?TilDAY, MAY 14, 1886. NO. 17. 8HElwANB0Atttt?t^?-s0 IS PCBLlKHBD WKKKl V BT THE HERALD COMPANY Snbecription, On? IX.llsb anda halt per ye.-vr payable in advance. Snbecriptioiia not | aid at time of tub eor'bing may run tb.<?<- month? for re ponasible partios. But attar that time $??.110 a -ill k fbaiged without variance in any ease. All communication? of a strictly privets nature will b? inserted only as advertise atenta. THE HERALI? MB (?111 Is complete in every respect. Editorial loom, bosinesa. office lad nleain presses be? tween Railroad and Man' ?nets. .??TBBBBBBBBBa _. ji ? ? ?"" LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY. AT LAW, Wl*>I*BTOCS, Yll.UIMA. Orvica,?Kooni No. 8, Banet BniUiag.in ?r iietu- winch be sea ha foaad all day ol aearly or unite eveiy day. lMa> - ? OUT. E.SlOM'.l'.l KNLU. tv ATT0?MK1 AT LAW, Il.lHBVKU, s,HK.VAM'"All ' "-? Va Will practice iu the court? oi ??iiiiiaii doali sod ?vljoining eotsntiea, Special alteuiion to Collection of ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 May 1886

BH?1W?>0A+t tir ?IP 19 rCBI.lS?KI) W KEIL V D I THE HERALD COMPANY WU?DSTOCK. VlHi.lMA i un?iv. mi ii, ins?. " OUR WASHIN6T0N LETTER. \\ 'i it ten ami i'niiii?ilt-?l fertile Hum D \ great deal of complaint is heard from iliOcrent directions about tho dilatoriness of Con nul nothing is moro common than to hear members themselves, with a degree ol disgust, express the opinion that little will be ?lone beyond tho pass tho necessary money bills. Bat Confiesa is ?KM entirely at fault in this matter, although it is tbe cus? tom and fashion to say so and to think ao? Some of oorlaw-makera on Capitol Hill aro greatly to blame lor iadolence anil imlitloience, but they aia not all incompetent or .Deficient O? wantonly negligent. A prominent western wpi Utive remarked a few days since that Congressmen had become merely the clerks of their constitu todo their bidding, and he said -T.?? the Civil Scrvu-o law a good thing in itself or otherwise, it has done nothing towards saving our tune tor ...

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