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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 August 1886

WOOD8TCOK, VA. t Enterad at tbe 1'ost Oftice,at Woodttock, Va., a? -ecoud-cla?? matter. FKllslY. ill?, 1??, iss?. GENERAL LOCAL M.ws. New lot scrap pictures at I'.. Bebflsitt'a. M*y. A- B. Stuart, a leading eiti/eii of Augusta county, di.-d one day last aged 'JO yean. Majolica I.Utter ?.lute? and pickle?.Italics 2f> eta. each. \V. c. I There Will bo servies m the Kelortiied church on Sunday inorniug, lb. -"."ih.at the usual hour. Two pack? roasted 0, h w. C. Barreo. Theoelebrated fishermen, l'lnl ami Cha?. Y ravel, caught a magnificent string ofb*aa numbering 87 fine flab, on Wednesday. Old eitra roller flour only S: barrel. W, ('. inirron. Dr. Qeo. M. Borum's farm, uear this place, waa ?old at public sale one day hist week, and waa bought !>y w. D. I . Betna for laVtta. Send a postal card for K. . ?ularsto A. (i. \V.vnk....|. A ('.... ! i i tat. Agent?. Bas Owing to the breaking down of the en? gine tbe South-bound night mini did not reach thia place until about hait' |. i?i ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 27 August 1886

DOROTHY'S TOBACCO. "No," said Dorotby Mallard, "1 won't ran the farm with any man on shares ? Tve seen enough oftbat in father's time. It was always the man that got rieb, and father that lost/' "You won't, eh 1" said ?Silas ?tire-en, reddening angrily. "No," said Dorotby, "I won't !" "Tben I guess you and tho chil? dren will starve," growled Silas. "Anyhow, I guess uobody'll feel sorry tor you.'' "It's very well to talk about sym? pathy and help, and all that sort of thing,'' said Dorothy Mallard.? "Hut when it ?some? to actual busi? ness, I've observed that every man's band is for himself." "Hut no woman ever made a farm pay," said Silas (?reen, sullen? ly biting the end of a burnt match. "Well, anyhow, I mean a try at it," said calm Dorothy. Kbe was not ?finite twenty, the positive young fema'e?a tall, well made woman, with bright, gray blue eyes, a healthy red and white complexion and very dark-brown hair, brushed straight away from her forehead. She wan no city damsel whose ide...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 September 1886

f>himan?mk t VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1886. V>. 33 18 PUBLISHED WBKKLY BY THE HERALD COMPANY! 8ul>ocription, <>m: I?..n vu ami A HAL?/ per year payable in adva? Snlstcriptions not raid at time of sub ocr'bmg may run tvl>-'***> months for re uonssibie partie*. But after thai time ?2.00 will be chaxg?xl without variance iu any oaae. All ?sominunications of a strictly private nature will be iu?erted only as advertise BBwBBBB THE ?srsrsiAt.il JOB OFFK K, ia complete in every rasfee?. Editorial room, busiues? bbbs. said s?V tweeu Railroad aud Main street?. R LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTOKM.Y Al LAW, WlMIDBTOCB, YlUl.lMA. Orric?x,-Rooui No. -, Hum??? Building, in ornearwbicblicca.. 1?. foi"''! ? nearly wquiwevury day . v,. - OKT. K.SIONLLI KNLK MK'KM.V Al i AW KltlNHi'KU, MU v.vM'i'Vll I "-. \ v Will proclive- In lbs -nciiaii ?tloah ami laaljoiniim ? "??? ? Special attention lot'olU'?'.'?'"" Nov. eV ? I LTKITLBTT, ?a., . A'li.i.Mi vi : \\\, Commissiono...

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

8tt?1MND0.4*t ft?UgUI) IS PCBLI8HBD WRBKLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDA V, rOEPT. ?. ISS6. THE TRUE STATUS OF READJUSTMENT. i:i:adv \\i> kovai.i . The preamble to a bill is sup? posed to set forth the reasons why the bill is presented and why it should become a law. It is pre? sumed that only facts will be i. cited. In the Kradv bill we haw let to discover a "whereas" based Uivon a fact. The straights to which the learned lawyer who drew it was driven is seen in his quotation ' lrom Justice Fields'dissentingopin? ion, in which no other Justice con? curred, out of which to inantif.ie ture "a whereas." The trio ot '?vAherearscs" allegiug acts of nullifi? cation agaiust all persons who per? sist in their endeavors to maintain readju?ttaont, notably tac very '?stvigrons" one hurled at the I 01 uoi's proclamation, which simply rerpiested people to meet and re? solve to uay money into the ; nr.v, and to this extent hold up the bauds of the State government m its str...

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

brtiii/.NaOOrt+t tu WOODSTCOK, y (Knierad at -.at V V?., ae frSBesVetM I'Kliiiv. si.i-r. :t. aaasyafg^i^ 'i ea Hi nvi i> will i llaff^as?. any addr. -s ? ?lection lor Vi.1 i ?lamp?. I?? ;...! f.- IT il will n, continued when the twonty-f worth ?a sent you. In rerising ?M aubauripton week? age some delinque from our book?. In dolo .. care, vva? not taken. eluded who bad sett iiainea which it was i ,,, !?-. ?use of small bi It i? ?miH.8sit.le toi one h a?i?n(l t.. a larjje li-' of - many ?I whom he In.- 0. acpn We would BBjggBSt to nur -iihsi rih tradei with ehf that i * |.t? direct I ulbce. it i? also Ih-sI Im all cone ?l.-al t'.irtjctly with the . t.is.ks are keipt ?nid not with an) the sir. et. \> i(.t will ?lwav ? b. i. turned. The Hkkvi.i. is the bra! eqolaaie i.j|..i and job ofatoa to Is- lound co in an? county in Virginia l.s',0 papers .a. issued 11 oui it power cylinder press lb tune than the BVeffag ue our job prt turttuig out lea' carda bead? that vve ?halb I tiur ol u...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 3 September 1886

LOTE AND SCIENCE. Tbe laat day at school ! Examina? tion was over ; exhibition was at an end, aud Ellin Parker Knew that she was about to enter on the thresh? old of a new Ufe. Most girls rejoice w ben tb is last day of school dawns opon them ; but Effle was unlike other girls in more respects than one. Kflio l'art?er was an orphan, un der tbe rather reluctant guardian? ship of a bachelor uncle, and his house was all tbe home she looked forward to. Other young gradu? ates were talking of their parents brothers and sisters ; even of their pet birds and plants ; but Effie was all alone. "I wouldn't cry," said Lucy brown, bouncing upon her solitude, and throwing both plump arms aliont her neck. "Tell me, Kftie, w bat makes you cry ?" "Because I am so?so lone? some f sobbed poor Effle. "(), nonsense f" cried Lucy Hrown. '?Why should you cry '! You might, indeed, with some show of reason, if you were like me, booked to go out as governess, and earn your bread by the sweat of your brow ! ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 September 1886

YOL. 6li. WOODSTOCK, YIKOINTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1886. NO. :?l MElUflBOM* titfLfil? 18 FCB1ISHKD W*?KLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription. On DOUUI anua haut j per year payable in advance. Subscription? uot raid at time of nub- I acrTiing may niHM month? for re ponaeible partas. Hut after that tinie $'?.00 will be charged without variance in any cas*. All communications of a strictly private Datare will be inserted only as advertise menu. THX HERALD JOB OFFICE, ia complet? in every respect. Editorial room, busineas office ami steam preaaes be? tween Railroad und Main street?. LEMUEL BOBDEN, A'lTOKMIY AT LAW, WooDSTOCa, VutiiiMA. OWICB,?Room N" - !nier Building, in ?r near which he can be found ?ill day of ?early or quite every da\. l>la> - RUl'.T. B.STONEBUBNER, ATTOBNBl AT LAW, Ki iNBl KU. mu ?AJnXUH Co., V.v. Will practice in law >'" ' ?oah ami adjoining counties. ?I attention to Collection ol? talma. Kov. :?, V4~iy. Commissioner in Uhancery, ajo notakv rvBUO. 1?T.JA...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 September 1886

SttEN^?OAtt H-WID IS rTBUSnr.T) WEEKLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIR?INIA. FRIDAY, NI'.FT. lO, IHSH. Chicago has now pushed ahead of Detroit for the penant in the National base ball league. Col. OTerrall declined a joint discussion ?with General Koller at Charlottesville ou tho ground that both being Democrats they had nothing to discuss. Why tho Colonel and Alexander had dis? cussions as Democrats and came near having them minus a syllable. Tho Republicans of tho Paten burg district nominated e\ Senator William E. Gaines by the votes of fe] delegates. This with Yost, Bowdeu, Bowen ami Browne com? pletes tho work in the districts in which the State Committee recom? mended nominations. The other districts are left to the judgmeut of their several committees. Another week, aud two more of tho new appointees have gone wrong. General Sedgwick, who was sent by Mr. Bayard to settle Mexican troubles (!) has l*een re? called on charges of drunkenness and general bad conduct. -V <o...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 September 1886

WOOUt?TOOK, VA [ Enter d at Me Pokt Va., v - "lutter. KIM 1st Y. B\Ks*T. I o, 18? SSfJjaUggjs^ T:i. Iln;\n- will be se a5sSf**a?a any add) ees til I one week election for ?Je? cents S,-i>d racSM Ktan?)?,. li.inot fear it will not le continued when the twenty-five worth is sent you. In revising our subscripton hat weeks age some delinquents were stri from our books. Iu doing this snfl care was not taken, ami some v.,i, clnded who bail settled in trade of vai kinds, while there were a few o nauiee which it was not intended to because of small unsettled balance? It il impossible for one man to pro] attend to a large list of MStetiketi many ol whom he has no acquaint? We wonld suggest to our anheetibeta trade with the office to always see that they get receipts direct trom office. It is also best for all concerne deal directly with the o books are kept and not with any hid; the street. Wie. re money is sent by i a receipt will always be returned. GENERAL LOCAL NKWS A certain meat man...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 September 1886

?l A "STRIKER." ISCENCES OK THE six/) Battle of Bull vy, Va., 18(?2. ItlV.VIK CHAS. IUHS. 1 hafivetl from tbo old coun? try eau the spring ot 1601, and enliste the ?th Infantry of the legalatny in the following July of the ie year. I was only sev enteenars then, beardless, with rosy cks, and of diminutive size. The rJiting officer, afterward? my Cain, hesitated to accept me, but a le lying on my part as to my agelped me through. I have alwayjought they suspected me of bei? girl, for 1 was very timid, and lihed like a maiden. Afta tedious course of instruc? tion ittmpat New London, Conn., and Iryville, Md., ttud guarding sonic teen thousand mul js during the turning winter, the regiment rinall'oined the Army of the l'o tomaui I8C1?, shortly before the I Vnuula campaign. Our brigade, then (vision, and finally corps com? mand,, was General Fitz John l'orte, whom we all trusted and tearetto the same degree. iMiifigthe months of camp life and Im marches up to the seven day's fight I had ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 September 1886

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1886. NO. 35. IS rUBUbUBP WIMI V BV Til 8 HERALD COM PAN 1 Subscript,..' ?A?ASUW per veal pavablt-ll. a.lv:^ "r-'rriinti?::1"-"^8 ft?, that time a St..-' ^in;.n,Un,c?,ion. 01 shelly Private nature w.ll be inserted only a? advertist. ineute. THE UEHALD JOB OTFM B, U complete in every respect. I room, busil.es? ottlce and steam P ., ..ml Mam "tf''' "* _ I i - " - *""" f BMUBL BORDEN, JLi ATTOBNKY AI LAW, WoesBWoos : Vim.iMv OrK.i-K?-K,H,u,No. -,l'.i.ncrl(uildmg,.n ornear whict. lr can be iniiiid ai ueerlj or iiuite every day. l*l*V XV ATT0BNE1 Al LAW, LliINbt'K.i '" ' "?? x *?? Will practice i? the aearteof Bhenan doab and adjoiuing ? Special attentlott Nov. :i, -1 ly. ITBtl _ , .... j, vl t v\\ . Commissioner in Chancery, ?Mi No I SUV I lulls'. Mt.Jacksom. - -Vis May 21 'S? ?lv. tf JVM: ?ER, .'"?.. BAv.lYTOi'i .v m>\ "? Pr?. tic* law m i.rti.e ?h and l-.ee. lin I ? fr??hU,.-mler of lb? SB? ? aaaa rnlr ?t'il to thru.. Oiwna m C'ei...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 September 1886

18 rUBUSBKD WKKXl. V BY THF aERALDCOMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIRiHhUA. FRIDAY, SKIT. 17, INS?. =c8rwr. Phenominal day. Two Demo? crats speak, each antagonizing the other. Holler is for protection. OTerrall is for free trade. l>e mocracy is thus divided against itself. We have our views, and theae we would not exchange for all the men and friendships of a life time. OTerrall began his speech in the Court House. Holler opened on the outside. The first assailed the tari 8'. The latter defended it. Fach ?aid he was a democrat. 80 mote it be. EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS. Col. O'Ferrall had Park's broth? er-in-law appointed postmaster of Luray. H. S. Parks who spoke here on Monday last was pardoned out of the Monndsville penitentiary. His offense was embezzlement. The gentleman from Moundsville had better think better of his mis? sion than to call everybody hard names. Col. O'Ferrall read the letter of TV. 11. Fowle on Monday. Could not the Colonel let W. II. 1\ rest? That Montpeller fraud and the ex...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 September 1886

WOOD8TCOH:, VA, ( Kiit-r-d at the I'ost Otrit-. ,: \V,. v i., a? usoad situs matter. I ICIIttY. IEP1 IT. isstl. - r QEBERAL LOOlL NEWS. Chief Jack ha? not re|?uii-d. ?raiclien, one majority tud one eaith iniake did it. The Court of Appeals a m si-sinn ?,t Stauiiton. A iiiiiiiluT ol iuipoilaut caaes will be tried. "Now won't you old ?oak-1 - go dry t" We mean you tellows in Winchester. Send a postal caul far Bjal Batate cir? culars to A. C>. Wyi.' sal Ka tate Agents, B?>\ Another switch ?thaiag put duwo m Woodstock to accomiiioda?e u, from Winchester. Farms, Mills, Kactorir? and rown Vroperty, for sale. A. 0. tVynkoop & Co., Real Kstatu \_ Boys, lets get our oaatseni t.. Winchester. Loi - -,l , i ?-. ' The Wiiiclieetei I' iin-.it at Petersburg, (irant count v. W v Wednesday, Oct. t'.th, 1888. Oriole, oh' ?here was llie oriole 1 Where was that .lav Bard au a ptutp bandle f Kcho answers, where' Mr. I). H. (iocbetiour hauled into town on Monday lav?t, a load of bark to lint 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. — 17 September 1886

TRUE COUi?AGE. BY MACBlt'E C. WALCH. "Xo, Major, be is by no means a coward, as theso men try to repro sent; I assure yon ho is not ; 1 have known biui for some time." ?'I really fear he is ; though, bow ever, it does not matter much,'' re? plied tbe Major, puffing at his ci? gar. "But it does matter; at least it makes a great deal of dirteronce to me. Iu what sense, may 1 ask, ia be a coward 1" "Well, he has refused to meet Lieut. Bardette, who, as perhaps you are aware, has challenged lu m to a duel.'' "What reason did be assign for declination !" I aaked. "He said he was decidedly op? posed to those rencontres ; could not and would not agree to it.*1 "1 see no particular indication ot cowardice in that, I would do the same thing. Surely you would not brand me as a coward 1 Were that the case I would not have received the medal of tbe Legion of France." 4 No, Colonel, you arenocoward? you have stood bravely ou nearly evei.s battle-held of the great war through which we passed a fe...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 September 1886

vol m. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINU, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1886. \( ?. 36 IB PUBU?BXD WBBKLT BT THE HERALD COMPANY 8ul.?jcription, OskI-ollak anda half per year payable in ad.ance. 8ul>??criptii)ii? not i aid at time of sub ?acrl.it.;; uiay run tli ???' month? for re Bot alter that time ? ill !??? clmij-t?! v. ilhiiut variance in any caae. All communication? of a strioily private nature will be iiisened only a? iadvtrtitK naeute. THS HER ALI) JOB OKKKK, is complete in f??r.? isspsct. Bdltorial room, bii?ii?t??y. uiricc ami HeBM ft\ tween Kailroa?! and Main ?trotta. tf'l ? ? ? " "" ? LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. W??*OI>8T?lCK, Vl La,INI v. ? -KiHini No. -. barnei Building, in or near which he ?an he t-.iitnl s maauij ornuite every day (.May - ROBT. E.8TOXEBURNEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, KMMIlK'l, >HKN AN. ' ?H ' D., VA. Will j.ractic." m I'"' ?"in? "' ' doah ami ai.jinning i???it?t?? ?-* Si-Hial attention l?'t'"ll? ? B?r*. 3, . | TKIPLETT, 4?., AVK..1.M.? ?. LAW, a| Commissioner in chance...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 September 1886

S-ttENAflDOM WWW IB rUBUSUKI? W.KXLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. I KllilY. ?EPT.M, ISS?. The Knights of Labor are pros ing ?leo. 1). Wise to the wall in the Richmond district. Their organ published in that city is bruising his flesh and throwing red pepper in his eyes. Chief .lack has not yet put in an appearance. So says our Dionys* ins. lie certainly cannot hold aloof much longer. Ilomaybe waiting for a few loads of the phosphate. - It will be a merry report, no doubt. (?en? Rragg of Wisconsin has feet been beaten for renomiuation to Congress. It was he who lu the Chicago Convention said of Cleve? land, "we love him for the enemies he lias made." Tho result would hardly seem to be an emlorsement of either Rragg, or drover. .lohn S. Wise is not happy Ing au independent candidate of the Knights of Labor running in Kichmoud, and is bolting the only chance for the overthrow of the bonrbonism there which has twice swept the platter clean, .lohn is a tietter fighter than ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 September 1886

?-HEN^DO^ff ?m? WOOD8TCOK, VA., [Eutered at the l'oet (ifflce, ?it ?VV-oedltock, Va., at -econ.l-el.sa itiiitt -r. l-'ltllrll.. MI'T. 31. ISS?. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. WaalaaV-sUt Wn*. of lard. .!. It Cien.. l.Biitz'a Mill, Ne?. Market, l.uriiy. Kr?nt l?o.val, Little Woahington an.! Sperryvill.- are to ha connected by iel.-j.li at?*. I have ''The beat Ik?.? in the World." Richey. It yon can boartl ?tie or mon p.-tsH.n-. dnring the fair inform Mr, Howard l.-u-e? of the fact and he "?ill *"?" ?*?> von are anpplied. "Wanted?r?OJ bn.hel? oat?; 1""" 11.?. bacon and ICO bushels onion?. M. Geary. Ex-Mayor R. 0. ?tickle, ef stut.i?t..t?. whose death was Wttstti Bl ?M last week, i? reported to liar." basa worth betweea $IW,000 and BMMfiBi. 11 estate aeaeeaed at $130,(100. J H.Clem, at Lant/.Mdl, salla 1 ', 11.?. liest grsjiulated sogar for $1.00. A clever ?tory of Southern Ida in nnte bellnm day? is awMaraai. in the <>i-t..)..?r Harpers, from the ben of Thornn? \'.-U..ri Tage. A fnll-ps...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 24 September 1886

"A m Wortfiof Raisins, BV MAEV 1 . AMES. Ellen Doty waa Bitting on one < the revolving ?tools in a. dry-gooil store in a Western village of som importan?*?'. She was dressed i black--not the conventional blac s?ien every day in all places?bn in that which speaks mutely of tacent loss, and kept the crape ve closely over her face while makin selections, to the evident chagri of the too susceptible clerk who al tended to her orders. \ cent's worth of raisins if yo pleas?), sir 1* came in a child's voie from farther back. The lady had been aware of i murmured conversation at a desk Just a little distance from the plan where she waa seated, and now ; Voice thrillingly familiar, said : '?Wo do not keep rainins here little one, but I will show you whan to find thoiu. Muy?* you only on? penn. "That is all, and I founded it on the sidewalk. You see. I was just going to Aunt Sara's when 1 seed it ; and |ust aa soon as I picked it up I thought I'd buy some raisins to carry to cousin Caddy, ...

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

VOL. ??i. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1886. N< >. 3' 8tt?NANB0/Ht tt?*AU> 18 rVBUSHXU WIKKLT LY THE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, One Oou.ak anda hal? per year payable in advance. Subscription? not raid at time of snb scr lung way ninth.*? months for re MNUnibN DatftiM. Cut alter that time f-J no * ill be charged without variance in any caw. All communication? of a strictly privat? nature will be inserted only a? advertis* manta. THE HERALD JOB OFFK K. ia complete in e\.r. myaei. Editorial I room, business office tad .?><? I twoeu Railroad and Mam xtreeta. LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTOBREY AT LAW, W0OD8TOC?, Vll. Okkicb,?Kooui No. -, Ban? Building, in or near which he can '?><? fosad ? nearly or iiuiu every day. I Mas -.'-... |j KOBT. B.BTONKBURNER, ATTOBNEl A i : \U. Kl.lNHCKti. Slll>.VM?'AII I Will practice in the emit* ol doah and adjoining cunt?. ?. at attention to Collection ol I - i 11 i niruxT, AB.I ATH'I.M ? ?. ! I WV.iM Commissioner in chancery, ANU...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 October 1886

U F?BUBBKD WKSSl.Y BY THE IIERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. 1 HIDAY, OCT. 1. IMS?. i i LOCAL OPTION. These are expressive words. A few weeks ago the people of Win ehester voted on the question of whether liquor should be sold in that city under a license granted by tbe State of Virginia. It is becoming a serions question ?tho more so from day to day? whether a State has & right to li? cense a whiskey traffic. Certainly public sentiment is taking shape on the subject. That is evidenced by the intelligent vote cast In Win? chester. There, mothers and sisters seem to have felt that it ws motherly, sisterly and Christian du? ty to remove the saloon from where it could tempt the sou and the brother. A few years ago tho extraordina? rily honest men of this State con? ceived the idea that there was a moral obligation resting upon the people to discharge a certain amount of indebtedness. All other resources seeming ir? responsive, it was solemnly "be it enacted" that it was quite the...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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