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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 October 1886

WOODSTCOK, VA.. [Entered at (tie Post Ornee,.-' Woodatock, ? Va., a? ocoiiii-elats ina?tvr. FatlDAY. OCT. 1. ISSU. GENERAL LOCAL SEWS. il.- s,, in? i,.! tela, V* ? < Ba l'ho farmers of Warren connu ,, Ing their land?. For tine harm-*?, no to QrabiU'a. If yon can accommodate any Board era or lodger? durtlig the lair inform I:. II. Laoey, Seaty. For tirst-claes watch repairing, go to the old reliable, Hargt-lt * Son, WoeSato V, Ned Burk, the prominent lively mau, of SUuntou, ?old a pair of horse? a few day? , ago, for ?900 to Mr. Swift, tin treat jailor match manufacturer, of Wl Caah or trade in exchauge for got*!* at ('lower ti. Magruder's. 3'*-'?pt. F.dwatd II. S,ar?, at aoe time prominent and much respected citiaen of staunton, ami let afat yaaia aoatinaotet of that place, died recently at hi? home in Boston. Fine ?tyles of goods aud /oic|iri always attract customers. .1. M A large flock of chicken haw a? were j aeeu flying over Staunton a few The superstition? think ihn a terri...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 October 1886

"BLESS THE CHILDREN." A DOMESTIC TALK. It was one of the sweetest days of all the Bweet summer-tide, and the threo little Ilerkeleys, playing; beside tho brook, had almost for? gotten that there was such a thing os school and lessons, when the kitchen window was dung noisily up, and a shrill voice broke in upon their dreams of happiness. '?Chibi' in ! come in out of that meadow ! Don't you see how you're tramping all the grass down !" screamed Mis. Hall. She was a spare, hard favored woman, who was engaged in pick? ing a huge pan of beans at the ta? ble, while her husband sat opposite mending the dislocated leg of a milking stool with a pot of glue and some hempen twine. "Now, mother," said Kbenezer Hall, "why can't you let these young 'nns enjoy themselves? Their little feet won't hurt the grass." "That's just like you, Mr. Hall," said his wife, querulously. "Tho children are always in mischief, and you're continually upholding 'em. Didn't I toll K any to mend her apron the minute ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 October 1886

-? . ' - VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1886. NO. 3i &ft?MiNDOAtf Tttfl/UD IB PCBU8B?D WBBBI.r BY TOE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, Otts Dollak and a haut per year payable iu advance. Subscription? not laid at time of aub? ier hing way ruu th.ee mouth? for re poussible parties. But after that time $?.?l) *ill be charged without variance m any case. All communication? of a strict ly private nature will be inserted only as advertise? ment?. THE HERALD JOB OPTICS, is complete in every respect. Editorial room, business oftice and ?team )ireuse? be? tween Kailroad and Mam streets. LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNKY Al LAW, WCKIDSTOC?, Vti; Orvit?,?Room No. -, ferner Building, in or near which he can ht found all day oi nearly or quite every day . [ May ROBT. K.STONKUrKNKK. AI lOliNKV A i Law, KniNBi ko. naSSS LMaKaaJi < 0., V*A. Will practice m the ewurteof Obenaa doah and adjoining con Special attention to Collection of Claim?. Nov. t, M L. Commissioner In Chancery, and ?O...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 October 1886

IS riBLIsHKD WKKBt.Y BY THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. i'BlPAY. OCT. 15. IHH6. The verdict of the jury in the Koiner case is that be ia insane now, bnt vras sane at the time ho Hilled young Brown while walking with his wife on the fair ground, at Staunton, last October,and be will now be tried for the murder. Mr. Oeo. William Adams, one of the stockholders of the Washington dasr, and the President of the Star Publishing Company, died Mon? day at his home in Washington, in the forty-sixth year of hia age. He was a very popular and useful citizen, and his death is much la? mented by his host of friends. A strange result of the recent earthquake has been discovered by Professor John Collett, the Indiana ?re-ologist, who states in all ihter bal a number of wells bored in Indiana and Ohio for gas or oil yielded nothing before tho earth? quake, but since that occurrence gaa in good paying volume and oil in considerable quantity has come into many of them. 11 must go now?tl at abo...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 October 1886

? ? ? I - CENANDO;** HtH> WOODSTOOK. VA. I Entered at I lie IWOl!lce,..l Wood Va., as e.'ouil-i lass matter. __ HtllUV. IM I. IV l*?M GENERAL LOCAL NEW We hate hail several heavy frostsd tin- pun ,?,, WMtca| ?,?i ,,,?, bean? and ether tend? 1 fSfi I ?e*n injnreil. Always Ahkap!?Egg? 1 yonng chicken? Ml per lb.; old tbl< ?C per lb. .IN. I'at If it does not rain very ?t?m the pro for tall pasture will lie BlBfesd, and pi will he compelled to commence fee atock very early in the ????on. Time is getting short in which to Corporation taxes. KemeuiW tlie 6 cent, atlditlonal. S. \ . It. Ciuwtoi, Trei S<?iiirtel? are said to be more plcii through thi? ?ection than they have 1 (or many year?. In places, especi along the river, they ?re injuring corn. Farms, Mill?, factories and T Property, for sale. A. (?. Wyakoaf Co.. Real Estate Agent?. We ?an' a load ot u,k>.1 anrj waoel thia olf'ice at once. Wont one of wood paying subscribers firing 11? a 1 this week T We need it ffatT*. muc...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 15 October 1886

TI MISTAKE. "It is so frightfully drill be? exclaimed Miriam Creswick, wi her "Dianabow " of a mouth stretc ed in a most pretentious yawn. M there nothiug here but croch ?work, wild striw berries and t( parties.*' Miriam was ;all and dark wil creamy complexion and eyes tbi seemed to melt and Bwim like sta hilling away in shady springs. An she wore soft, sweeping robes th. fell around her in statuesque fold and moved with the slow, roy? grace of a queen, so that Constanc I ?ale looked up to her with girlis admiration as the incarnation ot a that was radiant Iu womanhood. '?Hut I thought yon cam? here t realize aud recruit after tbe winter' dissipation, Miriam,'' said l'un Manee. "Si, 1 did, bnt I don't mean ar tnally to stagnate if I can help it. Constance looked puzzled. Misi lick laughed. "The dear,un sophisticated li'tle fairy !'shecried gayly. "The sewing circle and t portfolio of embroidery pattern! m i\ bo enough for you, but won'i Millico for me. I must have a Air tat urn or t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 October 1886

i?BleZ ? -il a ? CAV?F- '? "%$'* r>?\ J il VOL fifi. \Y< MM ?STOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOl.KR 22, 1886. NO. 39 L 8ff?,-!APII)?/Ht (lEf-t-i-l I* rt'BLISniCP WBRSl.Y HY THE HERALD COM Bntveeriptiot.. '>\k DOU ta anua hau per year payable- m advaaea. Subscriptions not f*Jd at time of ?uli acr'bmg uiav run II ll" re ponssil.le partie?. BBl aller that tun. $*\uu sill be charged without tanano? il any case. AlUommunicat,." ? l ? pntatl nature will be iBBBtti Ivutihi meut?. THE ITEKAl.l? JOB OFFICE, la complete in every respect. Editorial room, business offlce ?ml Its i tween Railroad and M.nn ?not?. l-.lt ? - ? FM F EL BORD! S ATTUKSfV AT LAW, WOODSTOC?, N:' OmCn -lt?K.m Ha *. Burner Hi. or near'which he can he rtmnd i aearlyorcjuite every day v? ,OBT. E.sroM.FFUNFK, s-rroRNEi \i law, EblBBCBO, MILLAS -vu ? "-- . v. Will pracnre i? U - ?heuun deah and a?ljoining cooBtis? Special arr?tai. : Net ?. -4-ly. k?""" ^sTtoaaatATtaw.? Commissioner in Chancery, ABB Sol ART II BUO. aatT.Ja...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 October 1886

IS rCBUSHtt? WKKBLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. I ItlliVV. ajcr. 22, iss?. Loss Newman says, "ludepend etico means Republicanism." Does Walter Newman, "The Committee," furnish brains for the wliolt) Democratic party I Large numbers of cattle have been burned to death and hundreds of acres swept by prairie fires in Tesa?. Two thieves compelled the cash? ier in a.b*nk at Ashland, Wis., to enter the vault at the point of their revolvers, and they then ?cured ti,'K)U iu cash and escaped. What did F.oss Newman mean bjf saying to the Democrat? of Suciuudoah,"Independence means l'epublicanisni.*' Did he mean to tell them that they could not think, act or vote for themselves without hist consulting "The Committee ."' O'Frrrall's friends secured the delegation from this county by icp resenting to their party that too many Fcpublicans were friendly to \l.\aiider; t'nev now think to cheat Kollei's friends by the same try. Aie these fellows looking at ter the interests of the who...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 October 1886

6t?sV /.NDOyHt 4tLft/?J.O WOOD8TOOK, V.A.. [ Enternd st the Pistr Offli-e, at W Vs., a- -ei-iMid-i la*s natter. l'UsaitY. OCT. Si, INMi. ? ? ?' ??M^BSWIWBasil ? ?? I? II ? I?.?? ??EBAL LOCAL NFWS. Window glasses all sizes at It. Behatitt'a, Shot ami sheila low. ohota? p - cenu per lb. W. C. Barrea. Subecribers wanting their papen ed will pirase give an th.- sata? i I tioe from which they want thai) transferred, as well a? eeMeeWBetO which tbey want them sent. Fine tThckcrs auil i aki B, H. Schmitt. An infant child of Mr A BUB all. Hoi lingaworth, living on th<- rltret ? plane, died on Wednesday Bight, sad waa bnn-ledon Thursday afternoon at :'. p'eloek. It was aboat nine months old. Window glass and putty. I!. >. haltt. Mr. John Ponavin, Jr., of Clarke coun? ty, waa injured while tlagitig train.? on the, B. A O. B. K., near liultiiimrc la?) Hi? body was caught lietween Is and mangled. He was taken ti. ? hospital where be lingered BBtil Monday, when death came to his relief The...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 22 October 1886

A VALIANT DEFENCE. A defence in which were com? bined pluck, endurance, suffering and desperation was that ot Cap? tain Swift and his Uve companions, near the forks of the Big Cheyenne. They were all citizens, and all on their way into the Black Hills coun? try on foot. Swift had been a Cap? tain in a border company raised to tight Indians in northern Nebraska, and was the only one in the lot who had ever met a hostile. Swift and two companions found the other three prospectors near the forks, and it was agreed that all should push foTtlter west In company.? Every man was armed with a Win ehester and two revolvers, and each carried several hmidred rounds ot ammunition. The men had broken camp five miles below the forks, and were ou the south bank of the main stream, when they were at? tacked by thtrty-flve mounted In? dians. The whites wero on foot and had the shelter of timber along the banks, and, although they were harassed for a couple of hours, no one was hurt, and the march wa...

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 October 1886

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FltlDAT, OCTOBER 30, 1886. NO. W. Stt-a-N-WOM. t??*A?-?0 isr?BlJsnaDWSKai.Y by ? II I HERALD COM I' nption. (S? ?'??" tB tsi.S HAl.K per year BSfeVBtl u? enlvni.ee. ?tlmlll--' T"" ?" "" ecr'biuu iuav run il ? ' "?? ' ' tSiS partit*. ?- ??'"" ""KsBBBBtBBlBBSto fPftW? nature will be m?rii.-.l ..in;. ..? ?..lieili?." meut?. TUE UERAI.l? JOB OFFICE, II complete n ? laliloiial room, bumueasotlice .,...! ?,,..?. : tweea Kailroatl .m.l Rain -iosts. rmUELBOKDKN, JL rOKNEY AT LAW, WoOIeSTOCS, Yin.'lMs. OirKJ,-?** ?? * or n?ar winch he c . nearly or tiuittttstit day, Rom aTTORNl KUINBl'RU, Slll.-sANl.oSil i Will Btsetini deeh and adjoining Special atieiuioi, i Nov.*, s-l-ls t TtlfLKTT. ?a., L. * ?i russB. n Casamisaioner In Chart! asa s Ml, JaVl'ErOM, a?va,*s.-iT- tf TAMES C. BAKER ?J -wira BABTOM .V It? ?V I?. faawatr? !?? in partie - thetfeeaeah .1,d i -. ? f (ateta ?jenitier , I i:?- In ?U ??? .?tr.iated to tbem. Orrios is CourtUottee Yir.l. ?* Stdree? ?TIT 1l...

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

is rcBusoaDwaaKLT nr THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIROISIA. * BID AY, OCT. 2?, IHH?. THE ?XT HOUSE OTJEPRESEHTATIVES. Before the close of next week, the country will know the complex? ion of the Legislative branch of the government under which it lives, for the two years succeeding the next Fourth of March. ?Possible important changes iu the Senate are not likely to alter the Republi? can control of that body during the remaining years of the Cleveland administration. Yet it is by no means wholly improbable that one or two votes will control tbe Senate. Secretary Manning of tho Treasury Department, one of the shrewdest and most cautious of political calcu? lators, expresses laith even in tbe election of a Democratic successor to Senator Warner Miller ot New York. This is hardly more prob? able than the election of a Republi? can Senator in Indiana as successor to Senator Ben Harrison. Close calculations by judicious politicians make tbe senatorial successions in & few States do...

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 October 1886

Srti li-NOO/Hj- tU^UD wo? [Bntereil at tne l'osr < ?th, ? Va, a? -eeontl-cla?? nal Fltll?\V. OCT. M, issu. C.LNLLAI. LOC M. r*TEWS. the adverti*enieiit headed "Hook? for the nillion it carefully and *?>e ?rbal a ? ?-- of liters tare yon can get along with tl,. ilium. one year for tin- sum "'? nothing trashy about Ihsaa b are all itaudard WBtbl '? moat popular authoi- the tint? toget tbe IIbrai.i? and i"i'.. re epleudid boohs for only two doihn?. Don'l let this opportunity pass. Vun will never have another such. All kind? of ?ol? leather el Barrons The small boy? handi are bos rieh brown, the result of laying in it sap ply of walnuts for tin? winter, The8ynotl of Viiuini.i vi >, first Presbyterian (1 November '.Hh. The stwT.l II of this place, will attend. Porto Rico swasaans 36 ' - Dei W, t ::. Mr. Reuben Maplii?. bt Spring, lust a tBTJ BBS I Since, from a SBBMBB pink-eye. Through a I paper is dated on the Bat* Instead of Oct. ?.".?th. (im fett n in tbs wrong column sf ' da...

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 October 1886

m m A CHARMING LEGEND OF COPEN? HAGEN. There is at the Court of King Christian of Denmark ?m Kquerry, h i g h in favor. This gentleman is called l'aul Wendelboe, Baron I.enwenenrue. And there has been at the Court of Denmark an Equerry called l'aul Wendelboe, Baron Lenwenenrue, for more than 200 years. The presence of this perennial Kquerry is accounted for in a sweet and simple legend, haviag for its basis just an innocent little kiss. At the nniversity in Copenhagen there sojourned, something more than .ou years ago, a youth named l'aul Weudelboe. lie was the son of a poor clergy? man, who, in a distant Danish province, for forty years had lived ami preached the Word and done the work of his .Master, in humble content, in a poor and tiny hamlet. It was the hope of this good clergyman that, when in the ftill ne?s of time, he should be called to rest from his labors, his son l'aul should succeed him. To this end Paul had been, with much pinchlog and privation, sent to the university...

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

1 ?a* < 1 VOL. (ill. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1886. NO. II PtftiXANDU/evt f,r.^/tlD IS PUBUtHBU WKKKI.Y BY THK HERALD COM I'AXY Subscription. OWB DotXAB AM? A UALF per MM ?' Rulstcnptions not jinl at time ?>f sub aer bin? mav runth.ee in.uith? tor ra? ter that time w ilhoul v..i any case. All communication? of a stint!. nature ?ill be inserted ....... . menta. THE HKl'Al.!' JOB O?l K la complete la ? ? : 'tona! room, busine?- BBaoe and tween Kailroad ?ml Men ?< LEMUEL BORDEN, AIT? HIM. V AT LAW, Wimidbtock, Via Orne?,?Koom No -, i i ornear which he cm '<? I Btstrly oninite every day. | May - KOBT? B.8TONKBI KNElt, A H"n.M.i Al LAW, Edihbi'ku, >??i !?*?* ?" ' " ? x v Will practic?? m deab ami asejeiulag ? ?? Bpscialatlciiiioi, . Nsv.i, -? ? Ttii'Ltrr. ei... L*. All? ?*Bi Al 1 WAS) CtKimissioner In L'hancory, AM? sotabi . I Mt-Jacbso?. ? x" Bra* II XM-lv. t? ,1 AMES C. BAKER, Jb., SBAitTO-N dl II?>V1>. Pssaics l?w In partner.:.:]? BheSStAliah aud l...

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

IS rCBUSBED WCKKLY BT THE HERALD COMPANY <cEs ?as WOODSTOCK. V1BUINIA. MtlDAY. XOV. a, 1SS6. i . TUESDAY'S ELECTIONS. They were decisive of some im? portant points, as they involved many persoual and local issues, ami were largely affected by the all-absorbing topic In future Ameri? can politics?tbe tariff. Space Is not permitted us to more than sum Diarize the results of elections which will be remembered hereafter as hardly less important than a Presi? dential election. President Cleve? land's administration was on trial, and the popular verdict can surely not be claimed to ha\ e been record ed In its favor. Republican strong holds remain strongly Republican ?intensely Republican. Demo cratio strongholds?especially free trade strongholds, have either sur? rendered or trembled visibly. If the President and his Cabinet can extract comfort from the resnlts of Tuesday last, they are to be eulo? gized for phenomenal complacency. If the Democratic party can feel it? self abundantly r...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 November 1886

WOODSTCOK, STJK. [?.utera-rl at IM Va., at -eond-t las? mutter. 1IIIIHV. MpV. 5. lssil. OUR OFFER. Books for the Million AU Standard Works. We call the attctitinn nf ,mr reader? tu the advertisement in tvaothei eoloiuu beaded ''Book? Cm tW it carefully aud ?ee ?hat a ataat al litera ture yea can get along with tbe Hi n tin one year for the ?ira nothingtrashyslKt.it th.-.- i., are all standard works by the most popular authors. Now is the time to get the Hkkai.i. aie! lortj iplendid booki for only two dollars. Don'l let this I opportunity pans. Yon ?ill navel hate another tuch. til'.NI.PAL LOCAL NF.WS. v will ?ell jna ii !"i i ? : ??! toott ' fortl.r.. Ran. Oillock is happy- I lace ii wreathed with - Don't fall to read the advert headed "Books fur the Million." The Fultz fmin. I 126 BCTM, has Btaa eeH to l'a? nl aajtas, Wedding bells arc i andosh county, and the boya hitching ni? tn tret : '?<? ?' life. Pitch il rt.I'l.; .'nrinns ?while it lasts. When you come to Woodal to the Hkk...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 5 November 1886

THE WAYWARD SON. BY ARVIDE BALDWIN. He was a pleasant-appearing and refined man of 90 or 10. Ho was faultlessly dressed, and bore tbe air of one who has health, wealth, and position. He canio into our little city one day and took the nest apartments In the hotel. His habits were regular, and to his few ac?iuaintauces he made himself agreeable. He took numerous rides and an occasional walk into the country, for he seemed to love pas? toral scenes and pastoral life. In and near our city were several pub? lic buildings and institutions. ( >ur lovelv little burg contained a court house, for it was the county capital, and among other evil ne? cessities, a jail. Near to the town was a flue col? lege, and west of the oollego was the institution for feeble-minded people?a state institution. On tho opposite side of the city, and close by the suburbs, was the poor-farm. Our friend, the stranger, had vis i ted them all, and knew every road and lane that led to and past them. One morning, pe...

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 November 1886

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1886. NO. L2 IS l'L KIISIIBD WKCKLV BY B1BALDCOMPANY DOU Alt A\HA HAL? uptioiiBUOt L?ul at time of ?ub uiliis lor ii aftet that time nance in an y cast. private m-sited in.It a? ailMltlae luetits. TILE HERALD -lob OFF? K, is complete m etert le-pcct. Editorial room, i t '?? ' ??-.?~- - LEMUEL l'.OKDKN, y \i LAW, yy..t.l>sitit.'K, : : Vim.im t Ce i ICB ?Boost No, B, miriiti Building, m or near which be OBB be found ?ill daj ol KOBT. E. stocnebi i. Ml:. ATTORN?V Ai Kl'lV-HtKO. MIl.VtNl'i'AH CO., \ V. a lierai, ai d Siten.. "? 'a"1"?' Nev.a, '-; k.M. i AT LAW,.??? Coatimissioncr In ?Jhancory, a BO NO. tRY III-: Mx.Jai seos -Vis Ma; ". .1 s C. BAKER, .'"-.. . W1TS-. ?a sirroi-t ?v u??\ t). innllr Vraati-? .'? ti i irtseri inlll..?of s . n IruwUltM ne be?. ?St ? I ' a.? BAUS JB. Ma. Tr- -, fr H RIDDI 1. rORXKT AT LAW Woodstock, ? Vieoihia. -henan and ia ?s^- ,i,ki i | on same \V D L BOR?M, ? " ? % lloriim \T LAW. ?Tro* h \ t ' Will p?...

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 November 1886

IS rCBUgHBD WBXELT BT THE HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIIHHNIA. FRIDAY, >OV. li*, I**?, THE HERALD AND THE ELECTIONS, That the Hbhald's purpose ha be fair and unbiased by any predi? lections of its management in deal? ing with the public, is amply at? tested by the applause it received lor the acomacy and impartiality of its statements of probabilities before the election and its candid announcements of results after? wards. ( >n court day the office was visited by numerous gentlemen from the country, some to renew subscriptions, others to begin sub? scriptions, and all to commeud the paper for its sincere and successful efforts to measure the probabilities of the elections in advance, and its prompt and accurate statements of election figures in its lust week's issue. In its issue before the elections, the Herald gave a tabulated state? ment with the official vote of the close districts in the present House of Representatives. In its editorial comments upon these rigores, the H...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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