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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 November 1886

WOODB1 VA. I .tlltiY. \OV. IS. I???. OTJR OFFER. Books for th M We, ail t! the -ni, tnieyoo must popolai M get the Hkkj r only two.' ?ppurtiniitv pat anothei - GENERAL ?.OCAl Cheap :> ate. per in. the aditi't-?s Intern to tie s !. \ ' s - ' ? ' I I - ' ? - I ' l] ' ' ' i anotlii i ? try fut ? ' ' will III rent ii ' tit th. much . clothing, gent?' fut I ? '".??t. ?i, i ik. mitt. The I Hath ? ' oho W1" cive a Pink Tea i- ?tirai foi the .eh, on the ?' nth ?llid qnareaappi r, f the .. The room will ilecoratetl an.I I ' "??*? a beantifnJ Pink Tea sap and (er.leied f'Tthe BtMslfwi) will be dlstlib tsstpaey, ? MtaaerfsstireX Mn All accounts which have besa ?tandinp ?ixty .lay?, after the 1st of DeoambST, will In, p'l.-n B-bofan at* Colhs W.C.Harron. of a dl? , fl w d.i >s ie,,, the re? wind, uiav be. lb? loet ,.| a lu l?1 I of Mi. Otis Smith. The child of ih" cooking stove and trat badly borned. One side of the I i rely I,unie,1 off, anil had d one .0 its ! , - the little inflen i Dr...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 12 November 1886

THE MANIAC SUITOR '?Ob, Alice, you ought to ha? "been with us ; we hail a love titr?e;" ad<1 then abe added, as Thought lighted her, "the inmate seemed to eujoy our music so muc that I think I never tried barder t acquit myself well, and I flatter mi self I succeeded, too.*' "Well, Amy, I'm glad you went, replied her friend ; "but visiting it saue asylums, to entertain the ir mates, is not exactly in my line ; always bad an uncomfortable avei sion to every being who is not ii bis right mind. I had a little ail venture once, too, which I can nev it forgot." "An adventure ! 1 dote on any? thing ofthat kind ; dotellmeabou it," and Miss Amy folded her pr?t ty hands and prepared to listen. "It isn't much of a story, Amy but it' was a serious matter to mi at the time. You remember tb< Visit I made to father's relative.?, ?i the eastern part of the state T Soon after my arrival at Cousin Julia's, I met, at a little party one evening, the most peculiar and, at the same time, the most ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 November 1886

VOL 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1886. NO. IM etf-tr-ANDO/stt ttSB/iti M 1*1 HUsH?D WKKSI.Y BY HERALD I I. A HALK . of sub .1! time ase. all cot nient?. TBjf BERALTJ JOB 01 I l< is coin 1 room, biisinc LEMUEL BORD Al . Wuisnsini ?. : : m m 1 1.1 lien HOBT. E.STI SI AI. A\V, Kl'IMBt'Ki . ? . \ V. Will s ileaih ?ml fafljoinil tperialanr N?t. I ' ? : LUll 1 . Commissioner In Chancery, ana Mr. Jacas? h ata-, ?: TAMES si s?Ani<>> ?\ m?vil ? M il ? AW' M?T ?. v. . g, - \?:? \fill pi .!"??, lb. und in s aw' ' w ' I . V V. n r ? > er 1 l?r.. t a e, ni?. A ATTOKMjj S '?'? LAW. wool 4HI5ANDOAI1 COI . I - ULLI I. a I,' Vlllt.lM v. l'ra. ' ? w rrarti at., 1 - ? I ' ? ? ? Mot A *? T aataas S?r, baf - Ma* i oa?. '. r.i.sia, (? IT ,' ? boob, ? DR. '1 1 < .1 \V.mi|is|,? K, VlBGI.XlA. A ? ??. .1 ?? i.lt Will be ef araai ? WilTvii ' D I A. MA irrn. -CKOKUN f^?Pl-Vi"'-NT!'s') ?. a tie ha? resnmnl th. ? I Frav.l, in Wo - ? 15, -l if. D R. B. v. maim: 1 ><-,i t i...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 November 1886

IS l-CBUSHBD WXKELT BY TOc; HERALD COMPANY W?ODaTOCK. VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, SOV. It, 1SM6. The Buffalo Courier, President Cleveland's borne organ/ sums it up in the following expressive sen? tence : ?' We have met the enemy, and the most numerous parts of us are his." Mr. Harbour signalizes his re? turn to American shores by boldly taking sides with the "active party workers" as against ciyil-sorvice re? form. Her"-y Watterson took oc? casion on his return from Kurope to do the same thing. Roscoe Cockling, in addressing a jury recently alluded to a lying wituesa who happened to have a red nose in the following style : "(reutlemao, I think I see the wit? ness now?bis mouth stretching across the wide desolation of his face, a fountain of fab ehood and a sepulchre of rum/ Virginia voted overwhelmingly at the recent elections for popular education, for protection and for the abolition of internal revenue.? For evidence of the triumph of these ideas take especially the revo? lution in Cabell...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 19 November 1886

gntNMD?Afr r\t\HfiU> WOOD8TCOK, V Va., a? "ci-" FltlIstY. M>Y. 10. ISS?. OUR OFIER. Books for the Million Ali Standard Works. ill the atlinlioii .1 "iir i. | the atlvertisoinrii! in another column beaded it cart-fully and BBS B tare you can get ?Ion;; with th? lltiivin one year for 11 ? i ?n-rc is nothing trashy ?il...m lb. ? books, They are all ?taudaui nicstt popular ?ntliois. Ko. - the time to get the IIekai.i? iiml forty Bve opleodid books for only two ?lie.:?!*. I?..ii'i I. t this opportunity puss. !.. another sin h. SERAI local m:\vs. liriimiiirrs SI. as tjat? ? oa tleee on on ill kept leg, and I legs anil bin '?'?"l BBB ha ? ?long ataS streets in i v.-i We are glad i" s Joseph his frit.i?ls ?. iiim-li ?uiMciy, is liin.ii bel ter, an,', on tin- tan io.m Ion Three hun.lre.l .In? k. is u.-i,- ? from Fisln-i's Hill, thai count? train, som.-.i.' scarce m that section tb. look out ft For name ami other iiitoimation apply to the 1 i > ? il attention I of Dr. C Baa. The Doct...

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

THE TWO ARTISTS. A yellow, ?September morning had risen over Cresent Poiot. Far off In the distance the glancing of white caps revealed a stiff bm ze : up the slope of the yellow, crinkly sands in front the foamy Btirges erei>t with a soft soaud ; and Alice Ay 1 mer stopped a moment at the doer of the old ruined lighthouse, to talk with David Xelll, the boat? man. "Another artist ?" said she. "At Crescent Point ? ?b, why can't they keep away ':" "I suppose, miss,'' said David, ?with a shrewd shrug of the should? ers as he went on caulking the seams of his battereil old boat, "they think it's? sightly place. I've many a time wished I could paint myself, when I've teen out on the bay, of a moony night, or betwiit day and dawn, when the sky was all pinky red, and the mornin star a-shinin1 like a lamp over the old lighthouse top. Hut I badn't never no talent that way," be added, with a sigh. "Is it a famous artist t" Alice asked, wistfully. Old David shook his head. "There you have m...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 26 November 1886

/* .S': ?T ','? VOL. liii. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1886. NO. II IS PIBLISBKll WKRBI.Y HT rH R H1BALD OOMF A HAL? talMrinejaaaan? raM Ht tisse ei sek ?orl.iiiL.' nav riiiitli-o moDthi tor re private JLwmantaneri *?**? nient?. TILE 11KKAI.1? JOB 0F1 U B, i. coniplfle u roon.ou. mil sseni,, pi twct.it Hallrsad and Main - L IM i Kl. BOROl x A i-i'.i KM. V Al LAW, W....I.M.? s omoL-B. - """I ?SS'wBi.hl.. . ?enrlvoronlti ?T R ?BT.E.STOXEBI UNI Alliii:M> VI SlUCfAJCDOAH I ? Will F? deah and adjoii Basje4alat?eutioiii?< ? .' L.lt""L"' .? Commissioner in Chancery, ??in aoTaai 111 Mi. IA< ** s Ma*n tl-iv- al AUK.- C. BAKER, Jb., .1 -. lAitn? .v i?<?\ l>. ar* law :: . ??- a h ."anT' .'. 1.M.II ? Orne? mie.rtll.'? il > AWBrasa IA? Mst M . n. H.B1DDLEBKK K, . Vii;?.:m\. Will'. ? ?lois, t. . nn.l il Uirna I aflr--. ' ? a WP. L bor?m, AT] *T LAW. WortOBT?! a "? v will aajttSlm m Sa* casSBtlsa. far.. ? C. ALLS*. A I.I.EN * M Ail 11 1 ATTOMMi s AT LAW, WOODSTOCK, ...

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

BHtr?AWQM WML* IS PUBLISHED WBKKLT BY THE HERALD COMPANY WUODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. \OV. 3?, Inn?. AN EX^PRESIDENT DEAD. Ex-President Chester A. Arthur's death was followed by testimonials of public regard voiced by eminent Dem?crata and Republicans with spinal sincerity. Whatever criti asm he challenged in his career as a politician and as President of the Cuited States, ho was universally accepted by all gentlemen of all parties a? tho gentleman he un? doubtedly was. The Virginia lady of historic parentage whom lit? married, would never have marrie?! a man less of a gentleman than the Presideut who has gone to bis grave, within less than two years from bis retirement trom an office which he filled acceptably to a ma? jority of his informed countiyuieti. Certainly, without regard to party they so attest. The President of the United States, accompanied by members of his Cabinet was pres? ent at General Arthur's tuueral. Distinguished public men ot both parties were among the mourn...

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

?tttflAIHfiCM ttEfMlD WOOD8TCOK [Entered at IM V*.. u veoo [DAY. NOV. M, iss?. OUR OFFER. Booka for the Mi: Wv We ft ,t f,,r the sum ? ? here is .pulur aiithei ,,? Hikm i. and fortj i ?illy tw? ,1,,'.:.?!-. Don't let tbia opportunity pass. You will m-vi ? llllthel M'i:\i. LOCAL SEWS. Who h.? a . i btaa aai J. N. 1 Many ?f lile people tbroi are kill ami ht ? W, l '. I. ? .mi. layer i ? W. C. Han !;. v Qeo ???? ; ? ?? ? Poor i i P, M tret Mr. B. Y. B .i- v? ill be of Mi ? !? r. Keen - ?tlts. W. C. ? ' ? aad ' W. I Q ? ? ? Waiite,1 i.?','s, b bena, i J. N. ? ; A. II. Davideon S ? ? ?ti th. 1st af D " \. H. Davia ; ' ever I,r.,unlit I I, ' ll.ttit?w ?;?' ? Mi.'. - a Bab trap in I ' of it? bi ? A ? ? ? for th.- prevention ol . will l?> found in tb< You tni^lit aa well turn ' klasinj;. It commence?! wiili will .. the n. will If trying hard to do - ' ' don't think it car load of brl would de iny ?o'-i pillows, ?notai ?o f? " billy awav i> jjirl I the wi toi sons? days p let. ! som...

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

SIGMMIM. "Soho, old Spottie! (lently, rer?gently, until I let the 1 down." The purple autumn sunset glowing in the west; the noisi ?he litt.? brook sounded thro woods which were fast losing t last leaves, and the little pro ?ion ef cows came meditati? down the rockt pasture slo] ??stopping here and there to dec: t?te an especially toothsome t flower, or to munch a mouthfu grass that was fresher than the dinary. And behind them wall a tall, slender girl, wearing a da stuff dress and a sunbonnet brown calico. "I've brought home the co Mrs. Dodd," said ahe, merrily, a wrinkled face peered out of wiudow. "Shall I milk no ?Flint band me the pails, plea I know where to find the thr legged stool." "Bu:, child," said the perples Mrs. Dodd, "you can't milk !" "Are you sure of that ? ' said I tall girl, whose face, now that t sunbonnet had fallen off, reveal a rich olive complexion, larj laughing eyes, and hair blacl than the proverbial "raven's wini "Hut, you see, I never told you bi 1 used ...

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 December 1886

5T W WVi> We) VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1886. NO. i.:> Stfi-N Afloat, y;*.. is ri i ' ?'11 | II EH i !. ' " THS UERAL1 I EMI I Li IJOBT. i IV el ?Alt!? m - Pi - I > ' w ? a Vf ?a ?t ? bs ?i |i.. ' I ?;?? ? I), ??' LIFE OF J. B. JETER, D. D., II. M WH M. Sermons and Addn John A- Broad,, i MEN WANTED E. J. MILLER & CO., ?hina, Ql*88 u? Q \i> ?.5 Kin- atreest, AKI'XAXM.IA, - VIRGINIA Ken m A i ilZu. All, ' I a THIS PAPER N.W.AYERASON, TO TO DUBLIN M ? ?.:!;, I fi ? ; entern ! on all siilr I . mu? every wl and even ?1 i rt . broail up. 'I ig ii|> ; .,iv did I ?nit tlic quest . the nun deer. "Ye?, Tuen I woin n without be ,hi and belor uing im i passwo ? loot, a man Ii with such a ta expeel . d probably ? :i in luggage lisprfled by I of putti ? : . had they been y went comfortal .liiiiaii li . way.a aril in its n ? entrant . ten days I metim . an.I ncc in r van ? in very tin them ignoble. < 1 itle the mo? is comfort: panelling o mnl othe us. ...

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 December 1886

8tt?1Y*fl.O0M tttWl-D WOODSTOCK. VIIKUNIA. FKI1VVY, IMI4 . ?, ism. The ifed Cei-mau Emperor, in bis address to tlio Ifflfclhlttl. roe omtnenils an iticicase, of the stand? ing army, as ladlaptneable to Ger man security. Tli.tt is to eiuinsels increased preparation for war in order to preserve peace. This policy of prcsctving peace is on a par with a certain country .Die's stylo of preserving or? der. After soundly thrashing two or three ohatreperoos iodinduals in attendance upon the Magistrate's Court, he publicly announced bis detsi-miiiatiou to keep oidor-if lie had to lick the bull dam crowd." Mr. 1'airchilil. Assistant Secie t.tiv ot the Treasury, has notified all patties interested in tlio ques? tion, whether iron ore is dutiable with or without the moisture con? tained in it, that a bearing will m ted to them at the! : DepartBMsat at 10 o'clock, A. al., on Tuesday, tbe 7th day ol Decent We are glad that the .r? Department has granted this hearing. Then is certainly another sal...

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 December 1886

w Vs., as ????? I Kll If, IH.C*. :t. Is??*. : ...u o .en i? o. ? 111.I! ?I U ? be time Hon'l let til.? I M. LOCAL NEWS, N D . Mi \ If Keller baa Is en ? - It WHS - " I - t II. Zlm ; I Many ? ami t he i I. I!. I. ? i ( . - ' M '. i : ? - '?. |mt |i?ir. M ! . pet sale. ? rat in ? short M. fl ?.. ?\ ?ml 1 i,f beantil pink. Don I a t.- m i f.te ?i f ,r beyond lbs I ?? printer In o Mr. I v Da ? prisa i If yon think Mr. Ii.iv ;? baa no barg ?Ins In oloth i are fooled tl.n worst kind. Call bow lie can inak? jroar . ? ' iv, Dee, 6th, we ???II i mir entire ?t.i. k "t .'?t'lnne lialf pries. Cull anil sea OS. "> I*. ,1. ?Travel A Son. Tin - i'iin?triictiiiii bree of tbenortbern Virginia Telephone Company bat : ir a? I'iikIi'-i Kim, a ?hurt <>f t.nrii, and ii|ioii con eonnnnnleation was i without any troable. lui-., tlii? |nt|ii>r reaclio? if? reailer? be in \V.?Ml?t...U aii'I "'ir good people WU1 be abloto )aa lbs not A.irl.l, untl we can du it, I ininil. n eharge of Mr. 1 rank Orn...

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 December 1886

BABY'S PAPA HERBERT. [Chicagti Mail.] ien you won't go Alice ?" "N?>, Herbert?I atu so sorry? but Um baby !" "(Mi, bang ?M baby !" and I In long out of tbo room slam ?lag the door behind him. Alice : looking at the door ; growing whiter and whiter. Then ?he gave u lu-art breaking ciy, anil fell on bet knees by tbe eradle, and, hid l?g her face in her hands, sobbed bitterly. BeM bad looked forward so loug to thi? particular party. - it was given by Mis Mount'oy, one of the leaders of society. She had not asked lleibert to gire II it]? also, and even said then- was no reason wliv he should stay at home; but still in her heart .?t hearts she hoped he WOUld. ??lie said 'Hang tl.e bul y :' ves be did, darling," she iiinitiiured, with indignant emphasi?, as the beut over tho little uiifonseioiis aleeper, '-It was your papa who t ii.it, ami bo has gOM to a brilliant patty with such Utoaghta ol his wife and ehild. Did yOU eoiue. dearest, to ? us from each other .'" This awtul idea called...

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 December 1886

?-r e.?' Or VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. I)1;?\1J,1:R lo, 1886. \0. I-.) it rL'.f,' ? anv case. All t?, nature ? mente. ?RB DB s\ ? i? teeaaatste li ? !""?. LEMUEL BOB? AI I' Wt.fi ? K?BT. E SI'OXEBl !: Bonn Will !? dees an : CsXnmisaioner In t ?Har .'I , I A VI E> C. I! et ?AI'. ?'< ' N .?. Ill ? M.? tt - 1. Ot?f ? ?" a ... V 11 w - k A T a T*- Sp, lila:.a Wirr, s IVa' >? IV' ' Nay I 1) I I 1 ' ? ' s Mr. J I V: A I .. Krar*:. "Qi: B. F. M . Itontlastss, ? ? - LIFE OF J. B. JETER, D. D., : Cl.u.lut s m ,', ?f| R, i> D, a"i;i ? II. M Wl Sermons and Addresses John A? Broadus, D. D. LLD. \(,|.M- WSM ? II. M. SSIIS nnv. I : . Mil. E. J. MILLER & CO., 1 m jio? 111 - mil lob China, Glass k Quee?swar?-, \o lit King ?a!nil. , sNUI'IA, - VIIK.INIA Were in orifl S-ro. ?Mth ?84-lyr. I AM OUT AGAIN. \>1 pel ine cleaned, will du wel1 to call on oi dress IN8, I'alili1 Bunte pf Wm iviiether any , actually eajoyed the <> tin? orthodox round, loi' there traveller 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. — 10 December 1886

STttlsANDOAt-i ?i-forUD 18 rfBLISH?D WKKKI.V BY THE 1TERALD COMPANY .1ST? H'K VIIUMNIA. ritiUAY, ?EC. 10, iss?. ONE-THIRD OF THE HERALD SOLD OUT AND A RECEIVER ASKED FOR. it is with no little regret we make this explanatory statement con cerning the recent sale of a one third interest ;u the Hki: \i,D. Hut ii is due to another interest and to tho patrons of the paper that it should bo done, First, we, desire to have it dis My understood that the remain ing two-third? is owned by one I'crsoii ami Is paid for to the last penny. Tit* third interest sold was I?111ch.i?eil by Messrs. L 9. Walker, B.J. Walker anil .lohn I.. Keller Im II. (?rabill. For the purchase money of this interest the B* made by consent of the -. Ar the sale B. I>. Newman ..iiiehiiser at fJl?iK?. A few Hei this, Newman itistituted dings for a receiver. He nev led inside the oftice. He knew no more of the condition of the oftice, Us business, it? manage? ment, Of its attairs than a heathen ,?. lie r-imply purchase...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 December 1886

8r+?N/tND0/.Tt fi-ft/UD WOOD8TCOK V [Euter. Va., ai fr Killt.. UM. ?, l**Ml. our offk;. Books for the Million AU St.ndard Worka. W.? call the att' nii'ii "f"'U' '?' , vt-iti-finetit in t it'..- I BBBbSrb? ' Hook? l?r ? it carefully , Ture y une vi-ar (ni I tere i nothing trashy ?i'iH.ii! r! ? ? ?ool are all ?tan.laiil trata? bj the l??t ami luost pop? liar ?mtli it-. NoS i? tk time to fct-t-t tin- Hkkai I? ami ?Vorig ls?il?a for aal] ' *?" ' up|Mirtuiiity pan?. Vnti will n- v another ?mil GENERAL LOCAL * Hleigh Bell? at (?rtbill'?. The trains on th? badly blocked ami aiiows for - Kargelt A loa have their ItB? Statinton is now lighted with light, and her p. Btt than .?irr of their ban "city of th. ? r bathe! f... s 1" la r\ change f.r the a chin,' Mr .!. i ..s II tg Cloth daBfl last weak. Hi Brillas! Old - lot of toys Mr M V > kt\ h- | |miii:,.:- . win, - 1 an. skin J II ? I.O.t. I'.l w \V. Magi .'., : SI '. 81 the llr.it vi n .' Chris! w*r?-..!i.ni i . 7 year ?.hi d . I of m Baaa...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 10 December 1886

... 'im Doctor's Story. [Where and how I heard this ?torr I? ? ?? I ?. I have given it a< nearly as possible in the Doctor's own When I wan already about to .-ulate at Heidelberg my fntli ar tied, mid 1 then discovered that lu- vas a bankrupt. At tho sanie irrived a lstter trotn my uncle in the L'nited States, who had mado lor himself a competency in Uta grocery trade. Ho ottered, if ! woti.d emigrate, to pay rn.v M penses in a Western medical col lege. I accepted this offer with joy. tor to me, as like-wise to many young Germans of the Huri/i r *!***, the LMorado is America?"the land of the free and the home of the i?i?ive"?where no proud Herr Ba im llofgebeim rath dares look down upon and hare a contempt for the toiling one, and where fame and fortune await the capable. i no, at first, in the college winch I entered, everything was tot :ne most pleasing ; for while some of the students were of the wealthy, others, like me, had little enough, ?uni still all associated delightful...

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 December 1886

VOL. lili. WOODSTOCK. YUH.IMA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1886. NO. 17. 8tt*.NA1*aO/?ft ff?B/itD IB rCBUSHKl? WKKKI.Y !? Y THE HERA L H COM l'A \ V Subscription, Onk DOLLAB AMD! BULB per year payable in advai SubecriptiouB not I aid Bl acr'bing may ninth..- m iH?n??ible paitos. Hut all. t t $??.00 ?ill be chargea withool v . any cane. Allcouiniuuitati". piivate nature will be inner in ants. THE HERALD JOB ?'? la complete iu every reaped Editorial room, business ortice ami at? ? tween Railroa?! ai.il M l I ? ' " LK.MCKL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT ?.AW, ?Tutiitsiiir? t*is Or-Mi it, ? K.H.i.. N" -, Burner lin sr near which In- ?an be fonod .. nearlyoniuite ,-v. rj .lay ; M i. Ruht. ...BTONEBUUNER, Al rORNEY .1 EUI.NBCKU. Mll.NANlHil.il < .'.. \ V. Will praline in : dash and atljoinu ig i Spet'ialattetiiion ????? Sat. a, - LHU'UJl. ?i... Commissioner in ubancory, AttD s M t. Jackson. - - - : ?sas* at tete-lv. If lAMKS C. BAKEH tl ? -wnn ? ArVro> .v uo\ i). I'M??!?. I?w iu asilBli Srieiax.il..?...

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 December 1886

U rUBUBBKD WBK? g THE HERAl ' i tf V* JODST?l'K. VIlUIMt.- ' -_- f HtlDA?, ?K(. 17, issii. 1 ncidents ot Uta trat weck of Con grt'ss promise anything bnt an in? teresting session. lVrliaps, how ever, the absence ot sensational proceedings at the Capitol I* en? couraging. After all, what is there to quarrel about 1 livery in>v? and then the news? papers ilep.oro the lark of great men. They should rather deplore the lack of great circumstances. Nowadays great men can never In? come great until they have been dead two or three dozen ?I The people ol Alabama hat el as their governor a man who was only a plain ordinary private in the late war. He mast h what of a curiosity, but if all the txifaiiels aud the majors voted tor linn, no wonder he was elected. aj? that is a*?j**aary, aowaday*, for foolish women to forget their obligat.on.s to then sex is l'or a brntnl murderer of a defeoceles* girl to lie condemned for bit The female "ciauks" Immediately make the murderer a Inn? The bondho...

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