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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 January 1887

DOM ttE-n/al? ?STOCK, VA. (Entered at t Ta.. . i KHfiY. ?iw ?-??., i?.?*:. OUR OFFER. Book? for the Kill?,.i All Standard Works. ill tli? attention of ...ir ri tho adven ??ement in an,.Hi.a hea.li-il ' 'Hooka for the million." ally and nee ? i litera a eao get along with Ihe Hkkalu ne year for c I ht-r.? in nothing tra-lsy alunit ;' . .,? book?. The? are all ?? ??Met popular anthiii'?.. No? i? the time tplendid two dollars. Don't let thi? - 111 n.ver have . Religioua Servicea. Tbe i hrittian ehnrcli in tliia place, i? still in ? i The attetiiimice is good notwitti?tanilimt the unfavorable weather and uim ' F. D. r iwer, i I Wr-tteagton, D week. P ! !???. ??: M Va., will pr?. ., morn lag and night, i ? th mat. SE1.AL ?LOCAL NEWS. The Aldi-ii fruit vinegar ??r tola at The? Hi-kw.i. ?fliee i. indelite gotten out I rk Mnliia! Life Inaunnce t'ornp. Ten 1 ? ? Ota. and up? i !-|ier gallon. \V. C. 1. An "'..1 i" m n i .iii?l in ^^^^Hfcaiin.. of agi ml th?? doctora pron eaae genuine leprosy....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 28 January 1887

HEI. BROTHER'S 7 ??' "< Mi, Charley, Charley, bow c you do such ;i thing !" ,iy laud's roaud tal was blanched to au unwo ?Ii. -ho stood befoie lnotliti in ihe clono, cramped i which constituted her sole hou Charley Wayland, a hands dissipated-looking youth of ts tinco and twenty, with bold, b ins and a merry mouth that s< oil made only to smile, sat o ? hor, looking balf-repeut half defiant, as she spoke. "Liliy, I couldn't help it. 1 , I was hard tip. A fellow i ta*/? money, you women <J know anything about the tem tions and necessities of the wor "Hut, Charley," she faltered, \oii know how thin same work you phrase it, looks at the deed have just committed'.' Oh,Chari and her voice grew low and tr? Ions, "it is a forgery !" "Nonsense, I-ill '. It's only roving ? part of old (.leucrosh' usod millions to aid my needs wrote and asked him for cash, lie, the unmannerly lout, refu Well, what could he expect a -.but that I should help sell Lilias wrung he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 February 1887

(M 9 ai-." VOL.67. WOODSTOCK. Yll'OIMA, FRIDAY, IKI?Hl AU Y I, 1887. NO. I. IB PUBLISHED WKfca.1.Y BY rnB HKRA..n company Subscription. OUU DOL? ?'- b*n v nu r per year payable in ad?. I liWh-* i-"1 a! ";:"",'.f ""?" scrbing nsv tun??m ?.ti ?k,?A va "?' t""" i-JUil ?riUb.?.'liai?,?'?l TA-it.'OUl v *nAU^uirn.i. natu? wiUha iu-rud only as advert..? menta. THS HEKAU? JOB OjTjTICE, I. complete m rv.iy .'-i'?-'' !'lit"'ia: loom business ?"?ce MK.I el tween Bailroa.l aad x I I BMUKL BORDEN, Li ?TTOBMEl lil LAW, Wiioaoiow. ; v" ,.,-K.h.ii. No ' '..?...rwlii.l, ..-.HO ?" -?a' UOBT. B.8TONEBI BNEB, ?TTOlWKl Ll LAW, KlUNBl i;?'. BHjE* kW OAB ' Will practice m ' -lieuan ri.i,!ia.i.la,lj..iiuiii, ?"""?""? ?nuim. rirn-c.il alle I. ??'. ' >< Nov..!, M-lY. L Commissioner in Uhancory, AND ?Ol IB! 1 I UI.K'. Mt. Jacks,?n. ? ? Vu Ma? il 1H?1?. ? FAMES C. BAKER, Jit... tt -WITH ?.AnroN ?v m ?\ i> Vrarlkalewln rartsarablp ?li.aaa.l a!? an '? ? f racb m Da** ?otriiated t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 February 1887

Kwa?mi i s n iBssiiissisi ssassj * ^nboatI muni IlK.ll WaCKLY BT HERALD COM PAN 1 WOODSTOCK. V?H.INlA Ht ll> IV, FEH. I. I??S-. Mi. rowderly is said tobe ate paring ;t letter in which lie take. strong gronnd for Protect ion. The rrcshloiit on Monthly ap proved the act granting pension! to the soldiers and sailors of the Mexican war. All evidences point to the iacl that the majority voice of populai opinion is hostile to any lepislitti?>r which would diminish the Protec tive force of the tariff. What the people want is more Protection not less. Five companies of military or dered at Newport News to make men Itebave themselves who we? quietly asleep in their beds. That'? the wav we tlo things -n this grand old mother of States.? l.nliin Statist fkl people of Virginia may In deceived by a ring of politician? to -day, bot when bronght squarely ? to the issne they will not defy th?: ??roverimient merely to keep them ettespeteal democratic ofleekolden in ollice.? Iii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 February 1887

WOODSTOOK, VA. [Entered ?it the l'c ' Va., tf -*vci>nil-ila?s matter. FH?I?4Y. FEB. I, ?SS7. OUR OFFER. Books fer the Million AU Standar. Work?. We cull the attention of oar > the advertisement in another Miami hi-ai'.rd ?'Book* for the mil'mii " Read it carefully ?ad ?ee what a une?- of litara tura yuu f?au a?t alun?'with the III.nui i.yt?ui for th?- MM "l I notliinj. trashy about tkaaa I. are all standard ?Torta h um?! popular author-. Now ll llu? tine t?> gat the IlBH-ti.i? nuil fortj livi nook? for only two dollar?. Don't lit lln ?p)n.iliiiiity naaw. Vi?u will m . another .mli. ReliRioua Notice. Tbe 4th quarterly ?aeatiag i.?: etock and Edinlmrg will 1" half next Saturday and Sunday, Februa iii.I Mi. I'reacliinu S:,turda\ II a. m. ami 7 I Ianda.v U a. in. and 7 p. m. l-)iiart.-i-l v Confer." in. A full attendance of tin? efl ber? aarneatl?' re?i? Elder ?ill be pr?-?n-iif. il. 1!. ZlMMI i.m.v P. ('. *??????????M?MMI^P?W-jaja??Ma>&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 February 1887

C"!tVED_HER RIGHT. BY LAVEA BLAIB HODMAN. "Bella, how can you trifle wl one's heart so lightly ? You kn< Percy Trent loves you." '?Well, let him. Others ha done the same tbiug and still liv? laughed the coquette, struggling button her glove around tbe pi on wrist. "He mast blame nobo? but himself, for Percy Treut h known me long enough to be w? aware that none but a rich mi need apply. So if, knowing thi he is disposed to spend his mon? on nie for the sake of having n society, and is silly enough to ft in luv?? with me besides, who is blame '." Having thus eased her conscienc the heartless girl seated herself i the piano and thrummed unmet? fully. "Please, Bella, not quite so lou? You know mother is not quit? ? well today." "Dear me! what a fussy thin you are, Daisy. There's just n .peace where yon are. You are a ways turning lest somebodj's heai be breaking, or some one's comfoi disturbed. You are spoony. Bu there?he's come !" The doorbell rang violently. I set?med to Da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 February 1887

-* s VOL 67. WOODSTOCK, VIHCINIA, FRIDAY, FKHUUAilY II, IH87. NO. '2. IB FCBU8BRU WRBKLY BT TBE HERALD COMPANY Subscription, On? Dollar and a halt per year payable in advance. Subscriptions not t aid at tune of sub scrbing way run th-ve mouth* for re Manlhw ?..?'lia-. Bat aftar thai time $'.' ii" A-ill be charge?l without variance in any case. AU communications of a strictly privat* nature will be inserted only as advertise inanta. THE HERALD JOB OFFICE, is complete in every respect. Editorial loom, buainesa office au?l steain press?e be? tween Railroad and Mam streets. LEMUEL HORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WixiiMnxK.?, : : Viki-ima. Oivic?.,?Room No. -, Burner Building, in or near wlncb be can be found all day ol nearly or ?juite every day. I May -, '-."?. Ij ROliT. K. 8TONKB?BNEB. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kl'lNBl UO\ SllKNANDOAll lu., Va. Will practice in 111?? curt? ot Sluuau dsah aud adjoining c??untie?. al atteutiou to Collection of Claims. Nov. .I, '?-1? ly. Ituieuttt, san j. arrosas,* at l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 February 1887

Sri?.N-?r?3>0/tf?* tt?BrUB IB t* CHUS UK!) WBKKI.Y Bi Til E HERALD COMPAS Y I aSJB* I V H.t.lNIA, llllltIV, 11.11. II. I**S7. Wlnle it man lives in this world lora gets eredlt for all be When lie ilics, lie ?rtdil for tlireo tunes ns mndi as in? ivcr tlnl or sniil. ? l.'.eiiteiiant Louis II. Stroth er, first Infantry, lias lieen ?de? tailed as military professor it the Virginia Agriculttual anil Mechan leal OnUegs at lilacksluirg, in place of first Lieutenant .lohn ('. ?.res liani, Seventh (as,tin. Who to do relieved to idii Ins troop in Dakota. Mrs. Tunstall, tin? aunt of .1. (hiverius, lett Uichinoml I'n il.iv for bet home m Km?; and Queen county. ?She, says sho will not recfivt? oiic cent of money from the sale of Cluverins' book ; that she has enough to take ?are of her the balance of her lite, and that the |iroi*fe?ls of the hook sale ? to v\ iine and his parents. Owing to the superior quality oi ?UM iiou ere found In Southwest Vii-nna, they aio gradually find ing th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 February 1887

WOODSTCOK, VA. [ Entereal at tlie I ' Va.. ? I itnuv. FEB. II, I* OTJB OFFER. Books for the Million I Wo; Its. .11 ibe attention ? i the advertisement in auotbt-i oolumu | headsd "Hooks fot the i it caicfully ami see ?hat ? tlire you cstl get along w lib lb, Hi I: M I? "in' \?,?r foi r nothing iui-1 ?re all stanitm?! works uiosi ]?,pnlitr ami? i lie lli.liM I? . biH.ks for only two dell ira. OppWlBBIltJ aniitb.-r?u( b. ANN OUNCEMENTS. lOl: I'OMMoNW KM ill's , i roR.Nl V . W? are antlmt i/cl ' ? Wllllai | ilidat?' t,.i i wealth'?Attorney fol (iE?KKAL n ?-ca?. sews. All calls made upon indii iioniiietti, tor at our r?sili?t ? up pietty well, bol : Nm-ii rather lighl i Uimii'. One ? leet hi?*h, t?> work in D ? . on our country re - ?. rape to ' il Sn irr, Ml ,, \ a. Mrs !'? Ami ot the Valley pi] i 11 arriata WincbsM military ossapanj old pa ? . - 1 am i and chilled have no so pi,.-?. ?I.e. 1er return I ? I ... to ' Crawford. R A IkiIiI thefl ? I ?i ? Mr. Philip Kid were all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 11 February 1887

A YOUNG STEPMOTHER, ??I never will call her mother ! I ?ever will love her! Ami there'?? no need in urgiug the matter with nie : I tell you that uiy miinl is nni'ie up!" I stamped my loot passionately mi ?lie floor as I spoke, ami 1 could feel i he hot scarlet tins', sutlusing all my face. "Isabel,"' ho said, caressingly, "for my sake, I think for uiy sake, Mm will try and overcome this un !'?? .limite, pr?judice against one who is as good as she is beautiful." I turned sullenly away without a syllable of reply, and buried ray nelt and tribulations iu the shadiest and most retired walk in the gar? den. Hut even as I leaned over the hind rail, mechanically fixing my eyes on the whirl of the musi? cal water below, a light hand touched my shoulder, and 1 started to find myself looking directly in tn the face of my Ix-autil'iil young stepmother. "I?..ibel '" she siinl .softly. "I di?l not e.prct to timl you hfie, Mrs. I'ainhaui," I said cold? ly. "I had supposed that at least in one pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 February 1887

s*" ?F. : ft. ** ?' I ? ^??JBJBBJ ?-L Ji VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FKRRUARY 18, 1887. NO. 3* IB P UBI Jsn KI? W??KI.Y BT TH E ilHALD POMPANT 8abscriptii.fi. OKB Dull SU ANDA 1UU per year payable la .??1? i l ?id at lin? ?cr'bin^ iniiv rin ' I uonmible parti??. Bui ?J?.d.i Ail! i..) obotgoi s?itli?.ul ?... any case. Ail siBMSsimlna*'"" "l ? -r>: '?" ualur? willb* iuaerted ouly as advertiae menta. TILS HER AU- JOB OFFICE, ia complete la loom, buaiuea? oitice mid ?t? am | twueu Railroad and Minn street?. LKMIEL BOBDEN, ATTORNEY \i LAW, W?k?'"*t?k;s, Vl' OKPICB -Kl?'lll N?>. -, l'.ninel llllildlllj,, IB or near which he cai. ba l"un?l all Uajf <?1 nearly or ?ilute ?very ?las. [ V a.? ROOT. i:.siom:i*i knki?, ATTOSNEY AT LAW, KMNBi'K?., Slli.N.SNln'SIl ? ?'?- V s. Will prat-tic?' in'-"' '".""?''' >li??:ian rioah and uiljtxnine; '??'!'.t-' ?jpt?cial,iltciiii.)ii ' ' '? - uattn, Nov. :'., '?-?--is. 14?., j. Commissioner in Chancery, ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 February 1887

?wh-wom Htm* M PCBLISnKD WtftBLT ST THE HERALD COMPAN Y WOODSTOCK. VIRO INI A I Kill VY, WSM. I*. ISS7. It is about time lor New ?lersey and West Virginia to settle down to business and elect their senators. The Democratic County Com? mittee met in Woodstock on Thurs? day, and decided not to hold a con? vention. This makes it a free Unlit for all comers as tor as the Demo rr.itsof the county are concerned. " I.retinen," ?Mid Sam ?loues to his Uoston audience, ??! think too much of cultured Huston to rebuke an audience, but dosvn South the people don't leave the house until the benediction is pronounced ;" ami the SpringUeld Repunhenu adds th it "tow natives of the Hub could administer a rebuke in more gentle m.itilv terms.*1 Notwithstanding the severity of tli?' wiuter It is stated by well-in formed and intelligent stockmen that the cattle in Southwestern Virginia have so far wintered splen? didly. They have had abundance of food and have e.ten it heartily. They are unusually health...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 February 1887

8tt*?NAT<?0/.+f rrttf/Ut WOODSTCOK, V^V. [Entered at tun l'.mtOftice,ai Woodttock, V... Bf e< I It HU IV. FEB. IS, |?v?7. OTTR Ol-KER. Book? for the Million- All Standard Work?. .1 the attention of .mr i the advertisement in another aolaaiii beodeil ' Hook? l'..i Ile million." Read I it carefully and see ? if litar. ture yon can gel along wii'i tin- Ht nun one year for i ; - nothing trashy ?il?.ut these book? are SU standard works by the mo?t popular nutlioi*. No. i to get the HkKai D and fart) i". iKioks lor only Iw. ?W in. opi??rtuiiity pa*s. Yon will Ml anolhet auch. In Otfir Worthy Attintion From Eviry Rtadir of thi Harald. Voi K limn a ?o toon Qoen ?I'N'SIIINK : For youth : I of all age? whaaa heart? an i'"t withered, la a handsome, pure, lis.iii ..' ???resting paper it is pBbliabed monthly ,S0 cauls |?er > dk.niicly illus? trated. DAUQHTKB8 OF AMERI? I full of usefulness are worthy?.*: and imitation. * I he hand that cradle rule? IB. world," th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 18 February 1887

^^^?mmmm^?mtmtmtm?mmmmmmKmt)tummtnmnmm n\- niTFUS HALF?. i?, Grab am was a pr?t of sixteen, and William Tri her lovit was three sears her sv.i-i | tinf, manly fellow : age. Their lather? were pi in a village hardware store, William was employed as c Occasionally he was allowe e.itisdi, during wliic? he woa many pleasant hours witl (?iili.im. She would acco him, with a sister, on saili cuisions along the Delaware in ?i li?iat owned by the youn His r?'sidence was situatei II??? shore, Ml lar from Cap Innen. The hartlware atore a village half a mile back fr< ?oast, ami there also was : home. The lovers feared that ' lather would force her to the attention of a certain n sse.tltliv old incicliaiit named er I'.ronson, who sometimes ?pM him, and who seem? ?1 t? taken a liking to the girl. I'.riiiison was distantly rela William Trueman, the latter'a er having been his third cons The lovers finally resolv?'?! talkiDg over their prospect.? they Aouldgoott down the in William's txi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 February 1887

wuloal? VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1887. NO. 4 ? ttctrwA?wBO/stt -H?HAJlD is rrausaxD wcbkl y bt THE HERALD COMPANY Sutxtcriptlon, Osa Dollas and a hau per year payable in advance. Sabaeriptiunt not i aid at time of sub Bcr bing may run thee mouths for re poueaible partie?. But after that time $8.00 a-ill be charged without variance in any caee. . All communications of a ?tnotly private nature will be iuserted only aa atlverti.e mente. TH? BKRAL? JOB OFF1' is eoesplete in every respect. Editorial rooui, butin.?? office and ?team presses be? tween Railroad and Mam streets. tsar., ? . LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, W?joi>srocs, VnmiMA. OrriCK,?Kooni No. ?, Burner Building, in or u^r which he oau l?e found all day ol nsarly or quite every day. {Mas - KOBT. E. SIONKl.l KNi..., A1TOKNKY At LAW, EDINBURO, SHKNANl.OAll to.. Va. Will practice iu the coiirUof Shtuau d?ab sodadjoimng countic?. bpecial ?tient ion toCwUeetlOBOll laun?. Nov. 3, *?4-ly. It,*??*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 February 1887

mznnwoM mutin 18 FDBUSBBD WBKBLt SV THE HERALD COM PA?N Y WOODSTOCK, VIROIMIA. FRIDAY. FEB. 25, IHH7. The Democrats have changed their minds again *nd an extra session will likely be called some time in March. John Lewis, aged seventy years, of I'arie county, Fa?, was bitten by amad dog five years ago and Sat? urday was attacked with hydropho? bia while attending a religious meeting. Col. W. C. "aro, late of the " Whiff,'" is at an early day to be? come the editor of the Roanoke "/.(.u/r?>?,.' which is now a weekly, but will be converted into a .?? weekly, and ?9 to be independent m polities. So saya the Richmond ?IkknysBtk* On Saturday last, Mr. Charles .1. M.ttlison, father of Miss Fanny !.. M.ulii-on, called at the Flustings ; Court and obtained the personal effects of his daughter, which have been there from the time that her boilv was found in the reservoir. He has them at his home on Laurel street, in Richmond. The most disgusted set ol men in tbe country just now a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 February 1887

SfrE^A?sDO^+r tttB/U?? WOOD8TOOK, VA.. [ Entared st the Pos! Offlce, st Woottttock, Vs., a? soond-class matter. IK lili Y, Fl.ll. ?i-'t, 1SS7. OCR OFFER. Booka for the Million?All Standard Works. We call the attention <?t the advertisement m anotlin beaded "Books for the million " Rsad it carefully and lee what it mas? of litera ture you can get along-rvi'h rhc Miami? one yesr for the ?nm ot gtM That? Ii notbing trashy about these hooks, flu v are sll standard work? by t!n? U?t ami uio?t popular author?. Now is the time to g*t lh?? llK.itAi.1? ami fi'ttj nv. Ihmibs for ouly two dollar?. iH.n't let tin? opportnnity pas?. You will usver have another ?och. An Offsr Worth*/ Attention From Evary R*sd*r of the Herald. Y.?l'B CH01CK ok ViU-l: I I'lri.K. ?I NSHINE i For yonth ; also I of all ages who.?* hearts are not ? I* a haatlaome, pure, useful ami roost in tsreatiovj paper : it i? ]?i?.!.lislieil monthly bv E. C. Allen A Co.. Augusta, Maine, ut 50 csnts per year; it is hands...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 25 February 1887

Ti CASHIER'S ??TOBT. HT ALPUED ?. TOZEB. '?I bave tried tims and agsin to reason myself oat of lt. 1 don't like tue i?lea of going through, life .uowledging that I am indebted to the ?u pern ato ral tor my v??is existence. I have never believed lu the supernatural. I am not go? ing to believe in it now if I can find a.iv other way ot accounting for my being here, instead of at tbe toot of a gravestone out on the hill yon? der." We had been discussing spiritu? alism before the open fire in Char lis s room, and had drifted from arguments on tbe condition of tbe ?l?-,nl to the relation of incidents ot a mvsterions character influencing tin' live? ot the living. ?1 don't like to ligure as a crea? tor.? of the mysterious," Charley continued, ''because it seem? to coiiiuiit me to a belief in all sort? ot outlandish and unuatural things j ?to inclose me in an atmosphere altogether unearthly; but my only i relief seems to lie in an ntter repu- j dia?ou of an occurrence too real and too prod...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 March 1887

VOL. 67. WOO I ?STOCK. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1887. NO. 5. Stt?l* ?tNDOAtt ffE?lALl) IB rCBUSHZll WSKILV BY ''H E nERALO OOMP W Y Sabscription, Onk Omit?: am? t ?i vi? per year payable in advance. Sniwacriprions not j aid at time ser bine may run Hire months for re ponssil.1. $2.0u BTtM he charged without variance In any case. All communications of a strictly private natare will be inserted only as advertise? ments. THE UEU.Vl.D JOB 0CTII E, i? complete in Bvatj respect. Editorial room, business onice an,I ?lean pi tweeu Railroad ami Mam street?. LEMUEL BORDEN, ATTOKM.i \1 LAW, Wit?i>si,.ft, : : Vim.iMv. OrticK,?RiK.ui No ?, Barasr Building, in ornear wlnth set BSB ba toiiml S I.eall.v or. ?ll. It- .1,1 ... Ul R?BT. K. SIONKI.l IRNER, .vi I?.i:\i.v AT LAW, Ei'iNBi'Kw. -m v ivimui < .).. Va. Will practice ill the BOB! tlsalt nuil adjoining Bounties. .tionri.ii.il.? Nov. 3, ?. I TKIel HI 5 Corumissiouor in Chat: AND BO I v..? II Mi?. .lACKsnN, - - Vl M.? il I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah Herald — 4 March 1887

?ffEHAlUBOAft t\t*fMT> I? PUBLISH?!? WMKLT BT -?Hl HERALD COMPANY WOODSTOCK, VIR?rNlA ntllllY, ntKC II I, ISH7. Governor Pee ha? called a spe? cial session of the Legislature to meet in Richmond, March lGth. .loues, of Florida, confides to bis chums in Detroit that he is the vic? tim of a conspiracy among bi? fel? low-senators. At tbe ?ame time Joue? again protests that be is per My sane. Thi? is tbo worst yet?Colonel Wattcrson calling Ceorge William Curtis "an admirable Hunthorne to at, ??ra i: Wilde Administration." Moreover, it shows that Colonel Wattaraaa ha? no Patience ssith the way things are going. ?larck, according to the mem i ( 'otiii'". P.eust, once asked tho latter : "What do you do when you ? ?igry and grieved ! Don't sou find it a relief to destroy something when you are angry 1 I was over there once," he pointed outside to where the P.mperor live?, "and I flew into a rage. In going ont I slammed the door and pulled sol tin? key, which I took with me into C...

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