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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 17 December 1886

WOODSTCOK, Vi [Entered at tue l'os! 0 Va., ai -?cond-i lu 1-'R1.>?.Y. ?tt'A ,'. 17, Iss?. OTJR OFFER. Booka for the Million Ail S Works. W,. mil ihr attention of i ir . th? ad vert ??einen? in heaalwl ? 'Books for the Billion.' it carefully ?ud ?as? what a ture you can get ?loin; with the HkBaI.1i .: for the ?nit? "t -.' 00. Th? i<- i? nothing trashy abt.tit ! are all standar, I moat popular authors, \ , to get tbe IUkai !? aaV bookt for only two do opptanunity pa??i?. You will m . another inch. EIBBAL LOCAL M ?V rlargelt A Sou have then \ A heavy mow storm aet in on day evening ?tant u atJBjhl Allot WilH'atleto'i'? ?rotl Mr. l'etrr Snpiuget. of II t bree hog?, ot ? W 1174 1b?. Tae latijeal ottt weighed iTt lh?. for ?ah 1'hcie will but I nuts lltlllSttill - blirg, Vil., (all the It.-' in? ? Iiereuiher. al t't B*l ? I will >>as t: - . . fun of all Vu als Kdinlmrg. Va. Mr. .In??. Wilsa.ii. the i from tbe Cove ? : ml.trin-.l at I kille.l in Ins aeetion I If jou trass! lo ma...

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 December 1886

mmm ghost. I ?H A1.TH? i; BKA H Y. IFawsasltlai ?|o4.oudoii?lW!gravis. 1 g ??ine.^|te-.iatl thirty years ag when I was a young man, m father's businessexperienced asm ilen and severe cheek. We wei living at the time in an expensiv fclr-fMrter of the- West Bad. On establishment was large, and m entertained liberally. Wo wer MU in family, snd the expense cet Hlocation were bea^y. It wa necessary to retrench. My father's place of business la; in the heart of the city. Themeau of communication in the metr?poli were not so complete aa they ar. at the present dry. Now, the om mbn?. seivice and the underground railway pat a man down almost it his office armchair. Hut when m lived in the West End we hatl t< keep horsey If only to take mj ?el ami my father to ami from the city The most important articles in oui scheme of retrenchment ?ere OSM iVrses and carriages. For all these reasons we resolved to move east? ward to within easy reach of oui place of business. My brother and myself were...

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 December 1886

,'V ??> I ,.;v>^; *?: YOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, V1K(?IMA, FRIDAY, DBCEMBEK 24, 1886. NO. 48 IS FIHLISBIID WBItKLT BT ? ii B H11A1 D COMPANY - .iptioii. OSK Dull vl? AMU UlUr . ar payable in advui. .iptiousnot i?hl at time of sub - for re i U time .hargcd without variaaeein Bay eaae. All ci.iiu.iii- ituotly private - uetl only a? ad uielita. . ?ii:i:\i.i' ?'"ii o m ...ni),ht?, h I ditottaJ room, business olllce uml steam p?ese**-b* ? L EL KOHI)! ATTORNEY \T LAW, Wix.i i): i it?:,?UiH'iii Nu. -, Burner I'.uiltliug.in ,,, near tthith ?and all day ot RiUHM'.n, ...i;.m:v AT LAW, . ?'.ClUa. -ilKN VM'.AIi < <-'?- Va. Will practice m 1 .-?ii-uau .luah and ailj.'itin R ?open.. ? ?aims. Nat. *, -t--ly. (omniissiouer iu chancery, ii-, - \ 11U?MA. May Jl TH.-lT. If FAMES C. BAKER, Jk-,. ?J --vriia B.lll'I'II.N ?ft IIOVI1. . ? .?*.-. law iu partner-bip In the t ?tieutlott liriu-alllb? |i? ue.a util * *? ?r H. Ja. Bar Ttb '?1 -Ir.tf. 1 ? II. Rl I i . leAW \Vl)l)l)SH'?'K, - ? VlKl.lMV. doah,...

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 December 1886

',? A LD CO? ''ANY . ;u?.isi.-\. I ItlDlY, l?t.<. 31, iss?. FREE-TRADE FOLLY. hing ssas more explicitly dem ?ni by the recent election? than the overthrow of free-trade piopagandism. Mr. Carlisle, who dele.it.d Mr. Kandall for the cau? cus nomination of the Democrat? t ol the House, is re ?l this year by a beggarly ma , while Randall returns m tri innph. Morrison, ot Illinois, Kan - opponent in Democratic poli i vi is symbol,?is I trade ideas, ssas fjo ! and S Kepnblican chosen in ace. In Virginia, Jacob \ost, ?1 tarif! advocate, takes Randolph Tncker who Free-trade ustil the vo : the Stannton ?asfWct were Is platitude? Lut free-trade learns as little as i'.i.urbon? of France, of whom m Inmapart said that they i raed nor forgot anything. > '1 by the country free. - . to Washington : sad renew their ?euse ition. Happily the busi ?i the count is BOW appears to a basis linn enough to resist ?Hence of the "tariff-tinker which has damaged it ?o within a fen yean past.? ? notation i...

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 December 1886

?H-ETtAlaBO^Tf KIWI* WOODSTCOK, "VA. FRIDAY. DEC. ?4, I?*??. OUR OITER. andard Works. It, ad ?lac lime oppaar.iiiutv pa??. Von will ti?, aiiotln ' GENERAL LOCAL N'EW8. ? - f.ani? nur nailer? t! hard ? keep ' work a i w. s ! ?aher I?, llnii -.'Tth of Capt. S with 1 week. ? W. Btsve ' of W. ( ; ? lilT aaf 11(1 lilil? it vtrs ! wb.at " saw a! ' ? : ! at W?!e work? It. '?'? lie ?tap - ?if the n but ba? h - ? W, ' ? ? - Beat man. a ? - - P, I 1 milliner and tecure bargain?. t-s bav? aalt a anal ?tae lallt I ?hall a ? gam-id ?ii p| pries of $1.10 ,,- .-illoii. \V ' will here a I i? ?i number <>f min? ts! music will ???ling. Al! R n? in Harper'? ? a fnr Jaaaai ,?e lato ? by mtan? of a di I.urs.v peuple must bava- the wen luve ?ib nil* with turc? "r four in, ? .idverti?eil : fine fi-llosv from em that whenever ahoy ,,"><>* to kins a girl - ?iHimngefull of disinfectants under hi? Base, but we don't belief.' it is ,|-iite tbat bad. - ..,,y. On.? fella.w -.t he waa tab' - '"'" ?...

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 December 1886

LINCOLN'S_EARLy LIFE. ANECDOTES TOLD BY TALKATIVE Ol UNCLE JOHNNY POTTER. i B WRtW I IN?; M All II Will! UCI Al'.v, ?Till M ? s 1831? Cor. Globe-Democrat, It wns w Iule Congressman Spur ???taking at th* Menar. fair grounds that Mr. Lor. iiin;, one of the prominent men o i'.-t? r ?'.mi rr, brought an olil gentle ?tan away from the crowd and sail to linn. "Iiifle .lohnny, here's i cniiespotiileiit. of The St. J.oui tifiihr Democrat, lie wants to se? oily who knew Mr. LidcoIi when lu? lit <-il lit-ri-. \'on are jus! the "in? to talk to li'in." And l"n ?If tli.Iinriv Hotter, kindly raced, with n shrewd twinkle In lus i?.vi?, n slight deafness, careful of his words, and with a iccollectiou of detail th.it was marvelous, b*gaa to talk ol fhinps that happened m IS31. '?Tin-fust time I ever saw \h?> .?In," he said, "was that stim l was ?ust starting in life : on my place, below here, and had a log cabin, in front of the w as a tolerably low rail fenco I had built, mel'tve five rails h...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 January 1887

m tri \m VOL 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUAR? 7, 1887. NO. I!?' SANANDO/?.H HEUAtD Ib ?l-BUt.I1lb? WKF.KLY ?V fa H m: Il a LU COUPANT Subs- ?>*? ?'?Lr ..'1er that lime . v, itlioul \.i . '.verliwe THI 11KUAH? JOB Ulli pnct. Editorial ? soiiice and at? i . 1 nial Main M I BMUEL KOKDEN, Li i LAW, : : VIbKiITbiA, Iding, iu all day ul .?NT.K.KKNKK. rOBNEY Al LAW, ?IM O., Va. . - tomniissioner in Uhancery, -V: Mai -i fAME? C. BAKER, -lu... e) - H, v BOYO, . ? JA- , IIIKKK. J?. ) I Woodstock, - - Viboibia. ?Il U" I?. L. Ko1; * ' ? . l'.ol 1,111 [, VA. Jan. r. w. ATTOKMt. S AT l.'.w . >DSTOt K, COUNTY. VA. Hay : . -i tf. W. V. !...,. v\. i> h i. i. i: i; a LO i Itiiiil . il 1.1 A M.?. w \T LAW '. A . ?odlalhs itir coliecllot, if i ' IP. r i T i a r. ' -'lfI.?Iirlo?l, alid ' i.la rare ! n li; tn,l H*>tir ....ntli. ?t kl Lit? 4 VAl I.KK. ? t LAW, a ill be in Ml. . SI >re. M?JT I ) B . PIgT, ' the ? I with : Ml i. 1 met h ' of the the 1st ' which ' ?5fl?i'''.NTI.ST. II?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 January 1887

is rr? . v ?V THEnKRALDCOMPANY WOODSTOCK. VIIUelNIA. IHIDIY, Jt\. 7. ISH7. The Woodstock I'oundry is doing nothing. The reason is, why .' Don't forget that the Shenandoah County Hank stockholders are SVailiBg themselves of the I Ilk Ai !? eipostucs tO buy up the stock of that rotten fabric at SO cents. Keep vom stock and uiako them slum* their hands. The stock can pay no dividends, however, for B0V4 I . ?iionid remember that Lord Coke says corporations have no bodies to punish end no souls to damn. So he held that they should be held to the most rigid account? ability for their wrong doings.? Who is responsible for redoeing ndoah County Bank from par to titty cents on the dol? lar'.' The Sheiiandoah County Bank was unable to produce an official Iront! in court in response to BSUb poena duoes team because the piesident 00 the witness stand . it the bond was possibly in W.inen county. The principal? and .securities all reside in Slieiiaii do.ih. Qoeerl Lut the bond has iievci besa ssc...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 January 1887

8tt??Mi,rj07tTt muni) 'ODSTCOK, V.iV. [Entered at Hie IVst I Va., at ?toe KKIlttY. JAX. 7. ISS7. OUR OFFER. Books for the Million All Standard Works. ,1 the llttell! the advertisement Ri ad it carefully in If with th, ; one year for the su in nothing trashy almiit the r h,n,ks. Th,y standard ?v,uks !-. ? '? I is the tinit' to get the Until l> and fort] V? splciitlid Ibooks for only two dollars Doart let tbit opportunity pass. You will never have another such. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. lip rotte? for sal, hill's. The V> union prayer the town. Mr. Turner Ktu. ,?!' H through this | I,, inaity Richardson of that Mr. s merk of tlii? comity, ?beil ?t his 1.ie in t ib Arkan lle was ah.. Mr. .'.is \\ i East at t ailing, last evening, Thy ?i telc|,' ! muaie of tlri Mr. K Sttnd.i. D In |h? - ?rick cott "'. . \ a . ?'?? - i',y in Charlat night of la?t week. - t was unahle ? I and hi? wife adopted tbe infant, and t; Cllst . " lie otfsn for . watch fully warra ? . H Mi red ? - ' .- mi.' ibe barn...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 7 January 1887

ANIGHT in (?ML BY MAJOR INNES KAMR'U'H. | From the Baltimore American | Some year? ago I was travelin on bone-back from ' Hichmond t? \ uni WUHataabarg, along tba <>! ?Stage Read, when I yvas overtake by a storm. It wan late la Septan ber, and tbe weather had been dt lightful ; but on this evening' it ba< gathered ap with threatening? u sn equinoctial tempest, anil ha< ' turned unite chilly. I pushed or hoping to make my ne\t stoppin?. place liefori- the rain began to fall but by nightfall it became sudden ly \eiy ilurk, and the lightniiij and thunder were terrilic. Tin first big dropa ware beginning ti till, gud 1 thought no escape fron a long nue in a drenching rain wa.< possible, wlnii a flash of ligutnin? Showed me an old ruined church not far from the road. 1 put m.\ horse into a gallop, and reached i just as the rain became violeut.? There was no door, and I not onl.i entered nn sell, bat led my Imrsi in, hoping lo keep him and tin saddle dry until the storm lia...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 January 1887

dk -. VOL. 60. WO??I?STOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JAN?ABY II, 1887. NO. 50 tS ri*BLI?BBl) WXBKLT BY TUE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, OVBDOIAAU anda halt per year payable in advance. Subscriptions not \ aid at time of aub? ier'bing may run th/ee month? for re poossible parties. But after that time | till be charged without variance in any casa. All communications of a strictly privat? n?tiire will be inserted only as ailvcrtist' nienta. TILE ntaULD JOB OFFICE, ia complete in every MSB-etas. Editorial; room, business oftlce and steam presse?be- I iwt-eu Itailroad and Muni sliceta. LEMUEL BOM)KN, ATTOKSEV AT LAW, WuolisTOCK, : : Vim.lMv. Palatal. eVaa. No. ?, lluimi lliiildiug, iu or near which he can ho ?'mind a uear'yoniuitv eveiy day. [Ma ROBT. i-:. sioNKiu km:k, 1TTDBNEI AT LAW, KlIlNBL'lUi. SllfcNANDO.Ul I'U.A'A. Will practice iu the court? of Sbeuan tl?ah ?ml ailjiunnig coiiiitit?. -sp?cial attentivii iiii.'olltelifiioU.'laims. N?v.a,'H4?ly. Commissioner iu Chancery, ASt? aOTASl lll'...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 January 1887

18 rUULlSBKl, WKKILT ?Y TU ? HERALD COM PAN Y WOODSTOCK VIKi.INIA. I'ltlliti. J ?V II, issr. A Pennsylvania company bas inst begun to work a gold mine in ? luuhitte county, this State. It is "hat the yield of ore is very satisfactory. The (lern iron furnace, at Milnes, county, which bai been idle since November l'-'th by reasou of having chilled, was put in blast on Saturday. Six hundred hands will again be put to work. The Hkuald is still under the s une proprietorship. All the bonds that the court required were given Ami the combinations between tho Puritans and tho blacklegs are not likely to suppress this paper. All the debts that the Hkrald owes do not exceed $901?; that it s i ??,(?(itt of good property be hind it, and the only people who yvciild impare its credit are the l inns' who want to rob it. - mildly suggested that there to be finger boards at Stras? burg i larkct, so that the judges who visit U.? in Shetiaiidnali m.iv be able to find their way home. I has been no Ke-'...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 January 1887

! 8ft-EitA?.D?/lTf H-?B?U.? WOOD6X??1V, VA. [Enter. Va., a Kllll? V Y. .1 ?V. I 1. 1S??7. OUR OFFER. Book? for the Million -All Standard Works. on ni "iu- .. , thu adrerttaetnenl ?in- million it tare fully I tille Voll can gel ad<Jt.C. ?rit?! the III I'll I'? ll' for the ?um ei -_? i 0 There is notion,; iras!: aie all ?1 unlaid tri I most popular anil, u the time ?plendid hook? fur only t *o dollars. Don't let this opiMirtunity pan?. You ? another mu ii GBNBRAL LOCAL ??W8. The cominiuii. ?ilion froi S( \ was received too late for this .. Will ?lU'car in oui Fred erick giving the ?!. RiluiL i full ?c I mnt of iho ?aim' affah type. Mr. V ii DSsSaldson,of th - ' tbe be c !>ly more than man , .hoc. ? 1 attention I of the A I? one of tie pri?in?. It h - Dental Kol Dr T. !'. I. .eke ? .- of Mr. Jo We o. 1 of IV. er of Mr. Patet L H ? ken with ? When p r L Mr i - mi Ta teal ay. Alth lc?riiet! Mr ! - we ?r*> gre?' ' 1-1'.' ronifof T L R ? our for. na net! ' rt.bl ride of Notice. ? ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 14 January 1887

HOW A MISERWAS CURED Jonas l'i-a.i was born ?Uni hid his .sut i ;:.!'.its 11 urn bis HUI? brothers ?In m Im .? a child, am smoked his cigars alcuie ?hen Ik ? a JOMg man. l'y tin.' time be va? forty lie wai a very rieb u in, tl oagb he live?. us plainly as i ., .uni -oim-luiu about that age tin- Brat H . ItVfi lie bad ever known crept Int? bis Iri'ail. He ? with a buxom, good -temper? d >omi", wo tii.in naiiu'tl *.ua Wo 'mil, ami oilered liliiisi'lf to her. lie was not an ill-look in ?; man, and ? cbose I'ould mal bit?. Sara liked him liim. ?lonas itu-.it!r to at first, but after a brief honey? moon, his old h sun ; id win la*, ot their nu o ? ?no ou, Sara found that all her about her shabby su:' fio e fleet whatever, tl tl hiight wail a such a thil - 'i' cloak mnggOmttd to lier, s: poof girl and bad do speak of. ami she loood saiv to put hot pride ;n In ? and ibb tor what -be n? ? ded. It wus haul eiiiiii^ ' for a ? that, but to " thil'': she had nol ?! on. She knew th ?t bei hus...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 January 1887

VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY '?I, 1**7. NO. 51. IS 1*1 11! IsllKll VVBKKLY BY Cil K QiBALD ION PANT !>.,I.!.\K ANUA HALF - ; may um l*i ? ,i lime I Laoooio auv caae. luiiiuuK-ttiiiiiis 01 a strict ly private ?a? ailvertiiH Uiciit?. TBI UKKALl? JOB ?JaTFICE, la coi?plcle r ! 'litorial .Ulli slcttlli 1.1 iween titsilroad ??nd Ha?ti ??rsete. I EMI.'Kl. BOHD Li ATTORNEY Al LAW, WuuooTnr?, : ; Vbbbbi*. ai BaililiDg, m .a i,r?n ?"-' i'"""! al i,r?r:.\ acquit, ?veri dajr. DOBT. i: . SIONT.IU UNC?.'. 1 t. Ai. .'I I ". \ k. Will piad I. r?p?-?i ? J. Commissioner In Chancery, , K- ..*, - - Vn.iii.viA. MiyalM 1? U ,1 AMES C. BAKER, Ja., -?un - ?a.v rt-i-? ?**? *v novo. s P1? iltentlon ??id.,- a Ja. Mit ti IaAW WOOMTOCX, VIRGINIA. Will practice in ti a ?ml in the United State? Pisti SOT ' ' t?o or ? itli ill \\ i>. i.. Forum ff a il' LAW. ?- !.. K S k . ? . anllea. Ikfu-kio. in Court ll'.'iae ??ii.ire Jan. . -a?. P. sv. MiaacoB? t EN k MAOKVI AT'lOkiNKVS AT LAW, WOODSTOt ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 January 1887

IB PUBUSHBD WBBU.T BT THE HERALD COMPANY ?WOODSTOCK, VIRfeTHIA. FIUDAV, JAN. 81. IHH7. The French pronunciation of Cluveriusis Clariera, or rather that is the French name itself. A young la?ly of Richmond has discovered a striking coincidence in the similar? ity of the name to the French word . a key chain. She was im I with this coincidence by th" fact that it was bis watch-key sn?l the petulant of his watch-chaiu to which it had been attached, that led to Cluverius' conviction. a The pulpit discussion on the banging of Cluverius was opened last Sunday in Baltimore by Kev. Mr. Pullman, which We publish in another column, who took the ground that the death penalty should never be Inflicted, and that in this case, as conviction resulte?! from circumstantial evidence, there pecial reasons why the man should never have been executed. This is a witle Held for discussion, and in this case much has been written and said. One portion ot the people are firmly conviuced that the man was a mu...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 January 1887

WOODbTCOK, VA!. [Entero.', at tbe Post Office, at \V,io<l?tock, Va., ai ecoail-clas? matter. FKI1I1V. IAS, 21. 1SS7. OUK OFFER. Books for the Million- ?Vll Standard Works. ?;i th? attention ?a ?>nr raadarstc -? iii.-iit 111 another column ! "HckiUs far the niilliiui." Head it ci ret 1111 y ? .1'litera? ture smi inn ??ci akmg ??n't the H er ai i> - ai l'?r tin- ?mu ui I8.M. Tlici.? is i? aboot tin??- IhuiI??. Tiny ?o- all ht.m,l.ml ??ml.? bj laM iin??t pnpalsi untlim?. N"?? 1? the time ? a* IIkiim I' and foity-ti?. - t ?r only two dollar?. l>?in't l?-t t la if* opportunity pans. Yon will B*V*f BSV* another ?m-h. ?;i:m.i:ai. LOCAL M.ws. ...r Ri?ldlflM-r?.er left for hi? j?o?t of duty in Washington, 1>. ?'., on 1 I am ?elliiirf the very ?svcettstt mil l'??t hnrr flour at C-l-75, iucluding barrel. \V. C. II 1 i?.n Kev. (ieo. II Zimmerman, patttor of the -inch, of itiis place, will preach in the Pre?l?s lenan ctmrih on ?v morning at 11 o't'iKs onipany owning tbe I.may Case...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 21 January 1887

DEATH IN m D?NAMO. THE HAMMAM AND HIS GALLOWS REL? ICS OF BARBARISM. ni:, i*orihwk k dihcoi-ks! MANE AGENT FOU TIIK INH.U TInN OP CAPITAL PI NI.sU m km - ?MTMirTini m u i m DEADLY ELECTRIC CHAIB. Dr. A. P, Scrub wick, who is a member ot the commission to as certain tbe most humane anil prae. tical nit-thiHl known to modem science for carrying tbe death son Jen?,'? into erteilt in capital cases, is an enthusiastic investigator, and since tbe commission was created I.s tin- last legislature he has spent considerable time in making re search?-.?-. "Do you believe ia capital pun lsbmt-nt, doctor I" was asked. "I believe the death penalty is necessary,'' he replied, "for there is ?t class of people, a lower order of beings, to whom it is positively necessary. I refer to people who come from a lino of murderers? Hiat is, men who have descended liirectlv from tamilies of criminal proclivities. The man who walks aromitl ready to commit a willful, ineiiH-.litatcd murder should tin?.? lie lie...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 January 1887

J^Jmu. VOL. 66. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1887. NO. 62. lAPr.'BLI.-,ll!.i?WKKKLV UT TH t? HBBALD COM PANT 8nK* . ?II ANUA HAL? per y ? Soban All i'Kiiiuitl: nature ?rillt? meuU. na ?iKUM.i' ?un; oit i' ta rompit-t? la loo.Il, tll LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woamt Vu ROBT. i: BTONEBURNER, AI ! KlilNBT'ltli. SlIKNAM '"AH * >'-. \ A. Nov. I Commissioner in Chancery, a! i. i.\? .1 -1 ?m A RTOM A BOY 1?. "rairHrt law in Ma? Til ? IT H.BIDI) II. LAW WOOOSTOCK, - - Vi Will ? .i)i?l h. mw ? ' VV !>. !.. BOH VW. i ATTORNEY? AT DSTOCK, ITY, VA. M i; i a ' ' l ? V \. > ?su a ? oar. I. tlJAI K I * Kl >> ? a ? atar 7 f ) - n.T. Wo ? ?. ? - - [V *? MA RTJ N, ??' (fffWM. I l. NT IS I, . M ' - i P. J. ? ' Ml ait' Bay I D If. B. V. M \ i * 111 - A BRO. i>.-ut. -? - - iiifs lro?i. *.rii*. ?al Ban* tVaT"T?.-ibalt,- IpSlUbj la >M> ' ?a?' ?lay li LIFE OF J. B. JETER, D. D., RBLIGIOl ? /'// /' Ill', i a. ll.v \v.\l. B. HATCHER, D. D, A'-IAIs u AM . II. ML WHARTO...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 28 January 1887

"?tttNAIasWtt T,tVfiLT> ib ruauvaKi) vfttnnvr ar TBB HERALD COM F WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA FK1DAY, J.%\. SS. IHS7. II Spies ami the foolish young '.viunau should be married, the Mat fold will cheat the divorce court of some future work. Thursday the tiial of Miller and his son at Tazewell Court House, charged with haviug burut their hotel at rocahontas last October, was concluded. After a conference of five minutes the jury retidered a decision m which all concurred, m favor of Miller. A Pennsylvania woman is so in? sanely jealous that she attempts to kill herself whenever her husband fails to reach home on schedule t;uie. The ofliciTS ot his "Lodge," who can ill dispenso with his val? uable services, have ottered to pay n penses he may beat :n bring? ing a suit for divorce. V Philadelphia dude has ottered half his fortune ol l??\>900 to the girl that would marry him. He found the willing one in Mil ?slight, of Norristown. The cere? mony came off Saturday night. A girl who would ma...

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