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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 May 1886

8TfH?.AND0y.Tf fftK-TisO ?WOODSaCOK, VA. [Entered st the fot! i Uli, e, at Woodttock, Vs., at ?iCond-clasH matter. utility. Mit n, issu. (d>:nf.1'al local NEWS. Only call and se? if we haven't bargain?. Clower A Magruder. liavernor Lee ?ill di-liw-rtbe address at tbe Shenandouh lley Agricultural Ian next October. Freeh vegetable? Satiu.hti. \\ i lUrrou. Hon. II. C. Allen, uf this phu?*, ?'no WM nominated by tho President to be 1 n i teil States Attouirv for the Western 1'ittrict of Virginia, hie, been IXiaBlBBtd by tbe Senate. Wa aak aettablag n*at an exaatlaasiea of our stock Before vou bu>. A '?' Send a postal card for K, , culara to A. ??. Wynkn.ip A ('?? . Beta! Et utu Agent*. li.-\ 89. I UO? h?V? nil Inn .ltlllellt of double and ?mol? shovel plows and plow blade?. A. I. .1 imim.v. O,, t,, j. i;!,,..!.-? i Bm . Saaatai ill.-. \ a., i linUuierv oixals. AH i t I'adcley. at Laut/'? Mill. Shriiamloah county, Ya., at'?Hi ]?er biish.!. I can 1? bad at all time?. Roller Hour by t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 May 1886

Farm and Housel FEEDIN6 SWINE. It requires a certain aa food to enable au animal and it requires moro food t! to enable it to grow lat. Th in the ayottoa must be ropi i ? itny increase is to be ???I. Scientists havejstudi ? hemical composition of bodies and different food s i hat they might del ?\liich foods were best ada replenish the natural waste, the same time iucreuse the ?ind aid in the develoi?ment ?tninial. It is unnecessary t consider the exact chemica position oftOO different 1 the ImhIv and ditfereut fo? sonn* ot the conclusions arr will suftice. In the first place, an should have an abundant au staut supply of pure, fresh Water fioin wells in barn?a manure pits? or carried tl leaden pipes, ?should no n oivcii to hops than to human I w hen it la dsairod to give hi cess to -streams of running only those, the souice and uf which are known to be impunies, should DO used. \ certain amuiint oisalt, su ?.in?', potash and otlier ininei mili.?: - too proper opinent of young and g...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 May 1886

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1886. NO. 18. 8*t*lWND0Att titPAi-D U rUBU8H?D WBBKLT BT TF?R nERALP nOMPAVT R< Sobocription, On? IKillab ?Di half por year payable in advance. Bubecription? not i tM at time of ?ob eer'bing may ran th.ee month? for re poostible partie?. But after that time |t.00 ?ill bo charged without variance in any eaee. Ill communication? ol a strictly privat? BRture will be inaerted only a? advertise BMOU. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, U complet? in every respect. Editorial room, buaiuea? office and ?team presee? be tween Hailroad and Main streets._ ????????? -i ' " ? - ?? " "* LEMUEL BOKDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCR-, VIRGINIA. Oi-ficm,?Room No. S, Burner Building, in ?r near which he cau be found all day ot ?early or unite every day. I May - ??BT. ROTONKB?BNBB. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Sdimbuhu, Shic'anl'OAIi Co., Va. Will practice iu the ooiirta of Sheuau doah and adjoining counties. . Special attention to Collection of Claim?. Mov. I, -04-ly. _ LTwrurrr,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 May 1886

18 FCBIJSHXD WKM1.Y BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. ? ??HIT MAV 21, I?????. t The Senate has confirmed the nomination of Mrs. Thompson to be postmaster at Louisville, Ky. Col. Charles Marshall, of Balti? more, baa accepted an invitation to deliver tho address at tho laying of the corner-stone of tbe I/eo monu? ment in Richmond, Va., October '-??rd. John ?'. Henning, a murderer, loutined m tbo Crawfordsville, Ind., jail, says that ho has become couverted. For a mouth he has studied his liiblo almost constant? ly, and on Paster Sunday he was baptised by ? Methodist miuister, who immersed him in a bath tub in the corridor of the jail. Henning is to be hanged on May -'7, and says that his sins have been forgiven, and that he is prepared to die. A substitute for sugar is made frees coal tar, which has 330 times the sweetening jvower of the best cane and beet sugar, and can Ihj used without injurious effects upon the human system in cases wheie other sugar i-amiot. Il ?Teat dis...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 May 1886

?WOOD8TCOK, V/v. [ Entered at the Post Orrke, ai W Va., a* ocond-class tuai I KlUIttY. *4\ sUaltM. ETERAL LOCAL RTWR Superior Liverpool Pairy ?ait lor liiiltei. for aal? by OWsjm A M.-igruder. The person who bono?. dlebergct's . He ?ill ssaii r bj returning il ut one?. Get imported SwK ? at Davidson & Cappt i l Mr. Limer laes?i ai Pagaieie a brakenian ou ilir Sh, namloah Valley Railroad, had onr el hi? fcsri badly on Saturday at lleiryville. Va. Adding the latest style- tfl Oil - millinery every day. Large assortment. Popular ; a J. Ithislcs <? Mr. Will Neab, near tins |.la. ? US tiali m hi? ?Inat held one ?lay tin? w?ck. A lot of /.iur and Uress I ntnks, Travel? ling Bags.saUhcl?. .1 ei?ed a'?' for salo low at Crabill'?. Mr. Letch Burner not w,thai.a-' of imk on Monday la asTlag s yta?t?*? killed in the cut at the MVaS M 'I "f town by ths ?ant bound l*S? P. M. mull train. Sand a ?.oatal tari Im ': miar? to A. <:. VYyakoap a Co., I tute Agents. Ban $000 wanted in thencvt &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 May 1886

Farm and Household. 6LEANIN6S. ( bickeus do not need any food during the first twenty-four Lotus they are hatched. The con? tents of the yelk-bag, which bag is absorbed iuto the stomach immcdi sjabN hatching takes place, contains sufficient nourishment for tho first day, and any attempt to compel the chick to swallow other food is likely to do more harm than !?> the derangement of the digestive system. There will be no diilicnltv in getting the chicks to cat, if they are simply left alone for the first twenty four hours after they make their debut iuto the world. AU such practices as the giving of a peppercorn to the new? ly hatched chick are most objection able indeed, and are founded either on superstition or Ignorance. Such pungent things as peppercorns must be very trying indeed to a delicate organ like the stomach of a young chick. That still more ob? jectionable practice of tearing off the horn or scale which nature has placed on the beak of chicks to en? able them to break...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 May 1886

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIUOINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 28. 1886. NO. 19. 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE HERALD com P Subscription, One DOIXaB anda uai.p pe? wai payable In ? Subscriptions not I ?id at time of snb scr'bing uiav roo t - for re tt time wit lion I variance in any case. All communication? ot a - ?ature will be inserted only a? ad aaaiits. TILS HEKAl.l? JOB OFF? E, is aomplete n. taoin, bu?ino?i?otrico and neam pi tween Ha?road ami Main sti.-.-ta._ Wmrmmm ii __x_ j ' ?* LBMUEL BOROl ST, ATTOKMY AT LAW, Woodstock, Viaontu. Okhcb,?Kikiiii No, \ liui'iiei BaUding, m ar near which lie can lie fonnd all day ot nearly arunite fvi-!> da.v M Robt. i:!mom.i;ii;ni:k, attorney at law, IliIXMVKt. N A WiU practice in tlio 60BJ dealt and adjoinin?; eoo.nl ss Special attention to Collection ol I laims. Mov. t. M-lv._ LTRIFLETT, .?.. _ M.? AT LAW, Commissioner in chancery, AM' 1?T. Jackson, - - Vll ??j n ?st?W. tr JAMES C. BAKER, Jb., -w.ti? ll AKT?? N an IK ?VU. Fractic? l?w in pnitasrtblp In tb? Sbf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 May 1886

IB rCBUKBXI) WXKXLT BT Tiff HERALD COM? AN V WOODSTOCK, VIRC.l?ilA. ntriivv, may ia\ ism?. 1 ' L B. I*. I'owell has purchased the fair grounds at Culpeper,for $1,700. Tbo Senate has appropriated $|immmi additional to complete the building at llarrisonburg. A fellow in Michigan got very angry at bis wife, and to spite hex he shot himself. How much moro seneiblo this than shooting the wo? man ' ('. K. Lord, tho (?eueral Pass enger Agt'ut, is said to be the best paid otbeer of the llaltimore & nh,.i Kailroad Company. His salary is ?<h?,inmi * jaar. Tho tlates and places for the Summer Normals this summer, as far as decided upou, aro for whites ?Farmville, dune 7th, and Salem, Koanoke, in duly; for colored? Petersburg, July 1st. The jury in tho Hustings Court at Kiclimoud found Challes Shaw, the burglar, guilty of shooting IV ? igeant Brooks, and fixed his punishment at eight years in the penitentiary. Senator Malione and Mr. I?. A. Windsor, expott?Mstef of Uexan tliia, have pojo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 May 1886

?TtEN/.l.D?Wr tte-? WOODBTCOK, VA. [Entered at the Post 11 Vs.. . mm matter. ntiiivi. niv v?s, issu. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Tha line? of the V Co. are Wing ? Mrs. Salbe Miller, of Washington, I?. - Cntti n and I.. i'Im ? !? Graoill's. One of the weather propl drought about th. dry, hot hsr\ I The Btralgbtl their whiskey the OTOokedsi make them. Se.ini a pestai ? aid ciilar?. to A. G, \\ ynkoop & tato Agents. l'.ov Last week Mr, John * pe|M-r. i - !'v the suihlt-ii use of the river. If asase of eat i" opl ? oui sa hard w ith their ba their mouths I The cut wen - tifnl in this county this spi"_; and rabie amount Addii | milliliel t I Popular i ? v bar of Clarke Ceriagtoo, Alb - practice of bis Call at the Woodatoi k Lai Ks?! Kstate Circulars. A. G. Wyi Ce. Rsal Eetati I \>\er skip the ?ui reading a newapap are the live BtaSaeas mi n what they are . low at Ora ? Deal forget the ? Sat unlay night. Ererybodj in this movement. Dou't fail t.. and asaai ne tbe 1 gbl Binder. Durais Edlab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 May 1886

Farm and Househo CARE OF HARNESSES. Among the things that a large proportion of the fanmrs lect aro the harnesses that a every day use ou the larni. only is no effort made to piei teVS leather, hut it is very rare any examination is made to ? any portion is likely to hreal as a rule, the tarmei s attenti tirst called to examine a work ay a breakdown, per] v. lieu he is miles from home, vt-iy likely in the woods, whei finds himself with no meat make repairs, aud so is obligi Ml load aud go where he get means to make the necea repairs. With the best care t is always a liability of bavi harness break in drawing he loada, but the liability is not i as ynat as when a harness is i leeted. I 0 pruveut the leather ol a I ?in di>uiK up so a' tO Oil it should be occasionally nib with a cloth well saturated * not oil. It is not tlcsira Of bott to fill the leathor too ful oil, tOC too ninth will weaken H er than strOBfteMO the leather, pe-iallv that port of a ham whiehis subjected toa contin...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 June 1886

VOL 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, [886. NO. 20. UPClUiSHKDWKKKI.V HY THF HERALD COM?' \\ Y Subeoriptioii, Ova DOUAI anda hal? per yew payable in advance. Subscriptions not I ?id at time of aub ecr'bhio- uiav ruuth.eo month? tor ru le parti.?. But after thiit time ?t.00 will M ahajad without variance iu any caae. illcouiitiu?itatii.h.. ol a ?tricl nature will be luaerted only as advcitiM menu THE DEKALI? JOB OFFH ':. U complete in every mfwat. Editorial MOB, bustiidu otnoe and II? 1"' Iweeu Kailruad an.l N f i. ?!??! ? ? ? LBMUBL BORDEN, A IT? 'KM.V AT LAW, WOOMVOCS, Viih.ima. OkkKl ? KooUi No. % Kultier Bu ?i near whiuh ho > an l>, 1..1111.I a] aeailyoruuitetw-i;. *??? ?bt. i:!isiuNi:m km:u. ATTOKNE? AT LAW, iMKBlKi... BnBI UTOOAH I '.Va. Will practue lathi Sheiian ?oali and adjoining ton:.' SpecialattentioiitoO.il.-. ? ?o?. ?, '??4-ly. Commissioner in Chancery, \ND Nu:AU? 11 SUC. Mt.Jackso.n. - - VIUUI?IA. M.JIIIH-lT. tf JAMES C. BAKER, Jb., HAUTO> ?v it??\ i>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 June 1886

-l'BUilltilWIIIL? BV THE HERALD COM MAN Y w/UODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. i itiiiti. jiais i, iss?. 1,'oscoe Conkling's fee la the investigation into the Broadway street Railway was $30,000. The main track of the C. ?v O. lias recently been laid with new steel rails. Snow to tho depth of sevcia! Miches is reporti'd in various towns in northern Yerniont, ami fears aro entertained of severe damage to flops by frost. ?Iiidge John T. L Snced, of Mem? phis, Tenu., has authorized the an? nouncement that ho will, lie a can tlnlate for the United Star. Ste to succeed Senator Whitthorne. Judge Sneed has served in both branch?? of the Legislature arid on the supreme bench of the State, and is recognize?l as a man of high character and commanding ability. Hon. Win. II. Knglish,of Indian? apolis, Ind., who was the demo? cratic candidate for Vice Krcsident in 1 S-si??, has aunounced his retire? ment from active life. Mr. English will devote himself lor some time to his historical work on the "Law? makers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 June 1886

84,EM,nDiWr 4rri^\j.n V/OODSTC?K, V-A.. [Rntared at the. P,,-: Va., at ?coiid-cla>n .ua'ur. FHIItlV. JIM 1, MM. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. How many of our sabserlaers ?ill drop ?11 McSMhs' cheer our droouiu? heart? bf pawn? up 1 It ia mighty hard to earn your ? bard work and then Ix- compelled to heg for it contirnally. We don't expect to do this forever. No other ?WatfattSS BaatJ do butin??? |e this way and WS pet make a change, too. Just call Monda) and pay up, it will biightrn im n . and at tha same tima lift that loud trota yoar own breast. If you bave a good hsxttl H ? and keep it. If not advert??? and gal it. Pine canmd good?, picnic |? i. ? at Davidson A. Capaai'i Tba grss? crop of this ooaaty i* unusual ly hue, and the hay crop will I?? abundant Potted ham, Irish canned BtaekeTfi, and tomatoes ouly 10 cts. per i C. Barron. Mr Taha 1 fnTSatl, cicrk of the I'or poration Court of Winchester, died Mo? day morning Sugar cured hams Ufy, shoal !? - per lb. Have you heard the lest |oh? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 June 1886

Farm and Household. HOW L0N6 SHOULD COWS 60 DRY ? At a recent Illinois dairymen" convention the following discus.-.,..' was had on this .subject. .Mr. Johnson : I tmy cows ?un feed them?force them in fact usine; them up ;is milkers in :t yen or two, then fatten them up to market. I let them godr.v MkaMM a time as possible. ^Vlr. Bostettei Cows should go dry si\ to eigh weeks. Mr. Johnson : In the w a, I aro usually kept, they shouli be allowed ro-t. Mr. I'.oyd : Mucl depends upon the cow. My bei are persistent milkers, have trouble in drying them oil llHot allowed rest, cows geuorulb prove poor milkers thtt year sum feeding nearly a full year of milk ijig; it seems to undermine the eon stitution. Mr. Bo?d added thai the cahes of these persistent milk li? liable to l>e weak. Mr, liuKois i I keep my cows as lon? as they produce well, and hence prefer to have them go dry m\ t. tight weeks. Mr.-: I can gel ?i? much milk, in the lite ot u good tow, bj milking her nine months, as longe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 June 1886

I VOL. lit?. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE II, 1886. NO. 2 IS PCBLIgHED WEEKLY BT THE HERALD COM?A NV Subeoription, One Dollar and* half per year payable in advance. Subscription? not r aid at time of ?ub eerbing mav ran th.?? month-, for re poaMible partie?. But after that time ft.00 will be charged without variance in any caae. ill communication' of aatriotl> Mtnre will be inserted only as Ml menu. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, la ?omplete in IM) renpevt. Edrtorlftl soom, busiuee? office and ?team pi tween Railroad and Main MR W?".J ? ' ?- " *" LEMUEL BOBDBN, ATTOKM Y AT LAW, ?Woodstock, v" ?t^i?.?,?K(? in Ha -, linn!? i H'? ?r uear which he van be I on ml al ?early or u,uite every day. 1 Ma> - ROBT. E>10Ni:nl KNI.K. AJTOKKK1 Al LAW, iDIKJBVKO. I .il < ?? . \ \ Will practice in the SOUtSOi Sli.uan ?oali and adjoining count Special atlontiun toi ellection of Lianna. ?ot. I, '*t-ly._ LTRIfLBTr. <?., ATT0KU1 11 LAW, Commissioner in Chancery, IBS M 111 : Mt. Jackson. - ? V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 June 1886

IS Pl'BUSHRl) WBKKLY BY rHK HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA.. I ltll?\V, JIM ll.lsstl. l>an Campbell and Graham White were found guilty of misde? meanor at Abindon, Friday, in the trial for shooting Judge Ward, and lined jj?o each. The loss to the men in the build? ing trade alone, by reason of the recent strikes and riots in Chicago, is estimated at more than $4,000, OUI?. It is stated that the revival ser? vices of l?e vs. Sam Jones and Sam Small were attended in Baltimore by 190,010 people, and that 2,000 ? o f them professed conversion. Their services closed last week. If the Republican managers will leave tho back gate open some dark night and put a little provender iu the back yard, tho Mugwumps will come home. If so, " all will be for given." I l*e Morrison I'ree Trade bill n pro? bably tlead. It is said that its spoil v ill let it tjuietly die in com mittee rather than let Kaudal and the Republicans have the astisfSC turn ol killing it. A convention of the democratic p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 June 1886

WOODSTCOK, VA. [Enteret! at the real oih..-,..' Wood* Va., a* wcuiitl-rU* matter. FB1DAY. jr.\F. 11. !???? GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Wm. T. William? and vil. Tuesday for 1'aikeiOn: they will apen? ?mir >? William?' eiiter, Mw. Stepaei - Glenn, a little vn ,>i Mr. Samuel Hodv. Of this plate, was uinte palatal]] b few days ago b\ the falling of a pib lamber. It was a nan,.? ? A company has been loiine-1 in liar riionbnrg for the aaipuat ol d tbe "Beer l.ithia s:, ?? IMou, ou the SheuaiHloah Valley Railroad. railie?de?iring ne mi the (?em Saloon should | Jlidgiug from the I : our railivatl persona VOaJd nippoaethai it was uotbitig uio: und a one "bosh" on. ai I We will pilbllr,h tl.. .1. ir*i of Mrs. (onl. Jaa, Il W achool. TaX Slienandoali Pt I tute, iu full m out mili laaar Mm. Catherine I Vet, wife oi Mi- ?'""? I'eer, died at 1,-t boi SaaaaarlDe, an - .' urd last, aged M j -. I atl.eli> beef .i lb., a' There will lie an exhibition at - wile M tl.e - l?th. under the iliie. ti....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 June 1886

Farm and Household. MISTAKES OF FARMERS. 1. To tliiuk that any one can farm, that a man who has starved as a canvasser for ? patent tooth tsful as a carpenter, can jump lato a busi : intelligence antl persevering efforts utterly un? familiar with detail, and bo able tc mato money. _. The idea that a large larrn b ?If stocked and poorly cultivated. ??a\ s better than a few sa aud carefully tilled. ". What is it but the worst kiml ol a ?mistake to pay hundreds ol dollars for good hum machinery, and allow it ior want ol proper shelter to rot aud become BJ year or so sooner than it should ? i. It is a mistake to let year after year pass by with no attempt to improve tbs quality of the tarm ?task. I'.looded eattle pay. They make beef, the cows give more ami lieber milk. Better blood in hors? s \ Norman or part Nor? man eolt is a valuable piece of prop ">. Tu !?'t foolish pride or narrow nini?i??l prejudice prevent tbesdop bon of new methods when they ?prOTrdb; praetieal men. . To get ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 June 1886

?tom?.ui?? HU Sepia VOL. W. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1886. NO. 22. IB PCBUSBBP WBBaTXY BT THE HERALD COMPANY " Subaor?pt?on, (?s?: 1>"1-t-a" ?^? as?-? par year payable in advanoa. Bnbsoriptiona not i ?id at time of sub? aer'uing mity runtii.ee month? tor re ioussible parties. But after that time Si.00 will be charge?! without vanance in any cast-. All communications of a strictly private nature will be inserten only aa advertiso Baen ts THS HERALD JOB OFFICE, la complete in every respect. Kditorial room, bnaiuee? office ami steam preaaeebe ?w?*u Railrua.l itnd Main streets. LEMUEL HORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WoODSTDCS, VlKOIMA. Ot-viCK ?Room No. -, Buruer Buildiug, iu or ueax'which lie cau be found all ?lay ?? w,?>ar?j or quite every day. lMa\ - ROBT. B. 8TONBBUBNEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, EDiNBi'Kt!, Shknandoah Co., Va. Will practico in the court? of Sheuaii doah and adjoining ifuutic?. Special atteutioii to Collect ion of Claiwa. Nov. 3, Hl-ly._ L.?U'??.s...AOTuKliJt?AT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 June 1886

r- "- ? ? - U PC BLISHBI) WBKKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY yvoodst<jc'k. vikuinia. friday, jf\e 1*?, ims?. -. " ' \ l.aby bom in Illinois during a terrible storm has been named < vclonia. Why wait until the free schools aro reduced again to thoir condition iu isTfl before comuq; to their ue * Tho largest window-light ever made iu the United States has just bean placedla a Philadelphia cloth? ing store. It is eight feet six inches in height and sixteen I? t inches iu width, and weighs over ' HAMi pounds. Miss Cleveland's novel is called ?? lli-i Long Kan,*' not "Tho Ixmg Low,'' ea lirst reported. It may have something to do with the spring run of the Potomac shad, or, again, it may refer to the course of the administration in trying to get away from the tariff questiou. The soldiers who have guarded the late President dartleld's tomb for the past five years havet? orders relieving them from duty on dune 90. A petition, signed by and citizens, will Ih- forward? ed to the secretary o...

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