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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 4 March 1887

SffS-N/iNDOM Ttxn/Ul. WOODSTCOK, STA.. [Entered at tue Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., . its matter. FRIlfAY, Htliill I, I*.???-. OTJB OFFER. Books for tho Million?All Standard Works. Ws ?all UM attention of oui ? the advertisement m in.tliei coliim?. headed "Hook? for 111.? million illy and see win! i rasa* of litera ture you . an BBS uloi.;,' wit H .the 111 i: vl !> out- y. ar lor the sum nothing? trashy abnii! tl.es,, baokl are all standard work? b] tin- ! uiostpopiil.-iraiitli.il- ?' time U. get the llEK.tl l> ami lolly In? book? for only two Solista Doa'l let thi? opportunity pasa. Yon will never have another ?uch. An Offtr Worthy Attention From Eviry R*ad*r of .ha Htraid. YOOB ClIoICK or lot l: QOOD ' - II1NK : r.>r youth . of all aj-eei whose heart? aie not withered, Is a handsoint?, pure, iiseini and teresting paper : it i? published monthly by E. C. Allen I SO cuts per year; H 1? handsomely illns truted. DAliillfl !' full of usefulness are worthy ?u ami iriiitalioi...

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

GEm fvALKEKS BEYENGE. P.tHween the years 18(53 and 1868 a full tboDaSauil people beard the story of (isrira Walker. That was during tbo fleroest part of our civil war, and minor incidents were ?rieedily absorbed and forgot ten.? I doubt if there are a score of peo? ple living to day who can recall the details of this singular man s ad? venture?, and I do not remember that anything save a brief outline of the massacre of his family has ever appeared in print. I was a pony express rider on the Overland route. That meant nelping to guard stage?, carrying a light mail on my saddle, forwarding dispatches, taking my tarn to act a? agent of some stable, and va? rious other things which need not be explained. There were then sev? eral great trail? leading west from tin? borders of civilization, and all .ven? inoro H les? traveled, but the favonio routes were trout St. .In asp?, ami Council Mulls, the (MM Mag known M the northern and tlic other as southern route. I was on a route along the l...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 March 1887

?vit VOL. 67. W.?STOCK, VIRGINIA, FltlDAT, MAJiCH 11, 1887. NO. (i. R STfEHA*iDO*H ttf.ti.Ul> IB r?BUtTBBD WEBBIT Bt THE HERAlO COM PAH Y Sabacrlption, On? DOU.AB anda half per year payable in ad Bobaoriptioii! not I aid at tin,, Serbin? may ruu th.-ve ?month? pouMibW parties. But after rUt t."? $??.00 trill be charged without vanan?*) in *nIll^inmunicatious of a strictly private nat.Srsve.inra ???erted oriraa advertise BaSnt?. TITE HEKALU JOB OKH< B, IB complete iu every respect. ?-??-'*'*'?-' room, business office and ?n-aiu piesaeabe? tween lUilroittl and Main ?u? ? ??? _ I EMUBL BOBD1 S. JLi ii.KM.I Al LAW. WoOlvSTtvCS, r.-U?i,..iNt,.M'.?ut'?' ';>-' ?Tr ?esr'wl.ifl. be can he found a nearly or quite every-day. m, ?EB1 KN1 : i . ATT?'la.V Will practice it? t:--- ?iviiau doah and a-ljoimu,; eonntiea. .??.tumiiout"' 'CUini*. Nov. 3, '.-el-l.v. Commissioner iu chancery, ?SP ilT.Jt * " '? May II *M.-It. tf I A MKS C. BAKER, Js-,, ?I --tri?a BAr\l??> -*- BOB 1> t-ractK?...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 March 1887

Sff-?N^?-DO>%ff HatHAiD IS PrBU8HEDW?l--.'.LY BY TOE I1ERALD COM PAN Y WOODSTOCK. V/IROIHIA FRIDIV, MtlUll II, issr. The ?President manares to grind ont post masters, but ho delays the big appointaient* until the eleventh hour. ,-r is not many weeks away. Well, that gives enterprising. a chance for Spring bonnets and does the milliners no injury. It is iust possible that the : political uproar in Europe ma Irccn caused by the ramble ??i I e Iron-chid war -vessels that Am? Conglcssineti talk about BO much but do not vote money to ?Wi The recent session of ?Coi was largely non-partisan, and to that degree that fairness towards political opponents that asserts the freedom of opinion S* to public af fairs and oflicials, was triomphant. Attempts to overwhelm po opponents for mere oplnioi with epithets in tlie long run fails, and the I A.line is followed always by public contempt. Some of the Cern?an papen are crying ont that it was s hlui annex Alastoe and Lorraine. I that. The two t,...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 March 1887

StJENANDOM tt???/UD W-OODBTCOK, VA.. [Entered at the Pool Va.. a?i naend-claaa matter. FK1IIAY. MIKIII II. ISS7. OUR OFFEX Booka for the Million -All Standard Workt. s\?' ?all ilie t tarsi Ha Ibe advertis-iui-ai! is a beaded "Book? for Iba ?I Read it carefully mid see wl?:it lure you can | Hi act! l? one year for il. nothuigstrasliv ?lu ai are all atamlanl werkt most popular ant! to get the Hi ? booka for only two dollars opportunity paaa. fon a another ?uili. An Offer Worthy Attention From Evory Raadar of the Harald. Vorn Cii'.i. I Pah rs, of all ages whose hear!? a: It a handaouie, pure. r?s< :nl BI tereating paper; it is pa il liv K a Allan A ! ."?O cantt per year: i! - trated. DAUOHTEKfl full ef useful: ? and imitation. 1 -1 a null.' : tie, guiding woman'? pap. : um) etiiltcil ?? ? nal Util' n to buil'l. Ha -I? an,. |y i IHK. PaUCTII \! HO AM? l.AI'll s i ?i. VNIfN Tbi? BtawTtMSJ. ? boon to all InMS. read it. It hat net?, lin! - , (?CCaSliall It - varie?! ?lepartiiai '? i , t...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 11 March 1887

TAG Gii? STORIES. ScEN'i.?Bachelors' Meaa at Fort Bowie, Ari/rODa. Tim?;?A Winter Night. The General, a Veteran of the Civil War, and an Old Forty-niner, ?peak?. Yes, there are many, a great many good ?tories told by pioneer?, some more excellent than true. Now, Lieutenant I)., down there at the other eod of the table, bas a father who teii? very many excellent ?tories, and be tells them so often at tbe Pioneer Society'? dinners that, I imagine he la beginniug to beliore them himself. I have nev? er told this story before. It will ex? plain why a common stovepipe. like the one coming out of Unit ?tove in tbe corner, is always a grim reminder, in my eyes, of early California days. A tew year? after our occupation of tbe state, I was ?tationed in Southern California, near Los Angeles, and one after? noon 1 ?tiolled ont to tbe scene ot the Loa Angeles massacre, in which a friend of mine, a young oflicer, and some enlisted men bad been killed by the Mexicans t-onie time before. While en...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 March 1887

Win Ml YOL 67. WOODSTOCK, Vll'ClNIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, (887. NO. 7, is rcaxjsBiD wbcki.y by T? E HERALD COMPA.N Y Subscription, Osk Dollar and a hau t>sr year payable in advance. Subfecriptious uot ?ai?! at time of snb scr'biu?/ niav ruuiii.?'?' month? for re ponssible parties, lint utter flint time ?'?.OU ?vil! be chAr^'.al ??. la i.' iriancein any caae. All couiniunications of a ?trUtly private nature will be inserted only ?a? inlverti?? mcnta. no iii.K.s, i? job on i' is complete it: i litoiiitl room, In. ?tu! Stettin liions?-?be? tween Kuilroail an?! Main ?ti It* LEMUEL BORDEN, ATI LAW, WoolXJTOCB, Ol-HCB,?Ut?.t?i ' or lieatr vt- tuoli '?? ? ?BT. I. AI I ? EM.NBUKi;. SllKVANIi"All < '..Vs. Wul asaatlfi -iloali und ttaljuiniii?; - tl attoutit.il loi I Commissioner in I AN!? I Mt. Iai'Kmix. May 11 -M.-lv. tt -fAMES C. BAK tt -?*.?. i ?ABTOl- a ?;??vi>. Vrnttr? law id )i?rt>iir of each in. Iieaa rut. - Orri, a. M?v 7tn ?'UV -Iv.tt. H.RIUDLKBEH , LAW Wood uinia. Willa-ra...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 March 1887

IS r?BUIHED WBULY BT THE HERALD COM PAN Y WOODSTOCK VIR-H1NIA, FRIDAY, MARCH IN, issr. ? ? ORIGINAL AND BORROWED. Tho list of casualties in tbo .I'hiiKctts disaster makes the accident one of the most extensive and terrible railroad horrors on record. One hundred aud tourteen injured, besides those killed, makes B terrible show-iug. The railroad company seems clearly to blame for risking human lives on a weak bridge iu such an important place. ? a The Imperial (toverument of I detected an exten? sive a?Iulteration of leather, It is accomplished by soaking the tan? ne?! h ??les in glucose and drying thein, svhich adds to their weight and apparent solidity, and increases their value? It was detected by soaking the leather in water tor | ty tour hours. ? ? ? ??One cause of extreme nervous o-f .vomen," says a health pa? per, "is being too much in darkness when indoors." The rooms are kept dark to save the carpets and keep out tho flies, and the occu? pants lack the benefit of fresh air a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 March 1887

8TtENA1v?O0Att ttEBAi-? woodstco?; [Entered at the l'o?i Vs., at -econii-. U?s matter. tltllkVY. ttUUII IS, ISS7. OUK OFFER. Books for the Million-All Standard Work?. We call tlie attenti..:, el a the advertisement in an headed "Hooks for the million RaMfl it carefully an tura you can get along wti'i lb? one year for llit- ?nit. 0 nothing trashy about tkjS < ' - are all standard wink? l>. ?M soo?t popular autlii.t-. ' ! ?? time 1 to get tbe 11 Kit.?? i n ami fa "? book? lor only two iloll.n?. D n't let this opportunity pas?. You ?sill m - another su? h. An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Rtadtr of the Harald. Yet II C'lloICK "I IK? I '"? ID -?'N?-IIIM of all age? whose heart ? an Is a ?lamin?me, pure, bm M ami tareating paper : it i? pah bv E. C. Allei. I MStS per sear- II trated. DAUQBTKK8 OF V I full of osefnlne.?? a.. and imitation. "I he band I cradle rules the oro? tlu, guiding it.tl.tc- - woman'? paper in al! branche? ami as . ual til. to bull'! Hat? - ltshed monthly I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 18 March 1887

A MDBDEi. AVENGED. In is.67 I was attached to ?i < ?i. cu.-i which had ?i route through Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.? Among the six elephants in th ? menagerie svas one named Pompey1 and his mahout, at keeper, was an old niiiu named Anilrew Thompson. lie had iiei-n in thu show business all his life, and for the last fifteen kfl had been accompanied by his daughter, waa svas dosvu on the bills as -Mlle. Josie Picard, the wonderful tiiuestrienue." The old inn 11 was a ssidower, yon uuder stand, and I tell JOB lie vsas one of tin- kindest and best fathers to .1. Me, svhich was her right name. She was, at the time I am writing, of about twenty year* of age, hand soii.t-, sis.itiotiH, well etlucatt-d and beloved by all. Ihiriug the winters she attended a seminan In the East,ao ! had iiuiiiv friends in sjood society. l.very siiiimer she had a ra of would-be lovers following her about, some belonging to the Bhosv and some outside- of it. but but that was the OM touchy point i old Thompso...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 March 1887

f . ? f**__ r?t ... P& VOL 67. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA, l'I?IDAY. MAKCII 2.5, 1887. N< ?. 8. Isrl'B J8HKI>WKrai.Y BY P?1 R HKRA LD CO Mf A N V 4 HALe* . of ?uti for ri iit im.? BSV* ruse. All.-. natnre ?? ??! only ?? M ment?. TIIK UKKAI.D JOB i'H-1 i? complrt? . loom, b ? m ' t< - " ' ?" ?" LEMUEL AI I"i..\. Y Al LAW, SV....I.?. ROB1 ?a i;\r.i;. siruKNE. Ai I N Sla? I -. I A.\?'r> C. BAK ? I K V lilt >N .*? It? ?\ I?. IT H.KlDDI.KliKK I. ATTORNEY si Woon Vm Mr ' ' ?.eut ? W I?. I.. l.i'l.lM. - laroXc. m a C. ALLS? A LUt!? 4. " VT LAW, ( A', rJHBNANDOAH COUNTY, VA. I John f I. - C.iUfJl? ? I AS. M w \T LAW ?s?. s s . ?rirk ?U'l \??r? I ? ' a .v E v ! r /. .?/.(?/ratter. V.\ - I a!, au?l s 11 I. ?a- - May !.. -1 i.ti: - W.i ? | NU. ' ?if til? [ ?nil '.?n. ? as? ' I) H A. M.l K I i N ?VK'.KOIN ?aQJHLi'?-?NTIM-. ! ' - -??ion ? i I'. J. ?Travel, in Woo **l|.l Site ? D IL B. F. MAI'III? ,v URO. I ??-Il I I ??! "? ? Full ?* ? I Pur? c < ' ? uralt?-.... . ? be as. LIFE OF ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 March 1887

IS r?BUBHBD WSKKLT BT HTR'nEBALD COMPANY vVOODHTCXrK VIB?11-IA. I UlllAY, MARCH ?5, IHS7. THE EXTRATeGISUTURE. I'artizanship is the cnrse of this couutiy. Mistake? are common to all mankind. There is now no time to ?inarrel?one party with the other about the state debt. 1 n our hnmble judgment < ?overnor lid right in calling the present evtra session of the general assem? bly. iiovernor Lee recognized facts which made it his imperative duty to do just what he did. lie knew that the Rkldleberger bill had been declared constitntional by eight to ouo of the Supreme Court of the l\ B. I le knew that the act ot March, - ?1 by a Democratic legis? lature, had been declared unconsti? tutional. He knew what ills were an- unless something were ?'.one, and ?iiiicklv done, and lie ned the legislature to do it? - liant to admit the wrong; but I*o did it, and confessed the errors of his party a>wociates by re ?iijr them to right the wrong svhich they had committed. Said i?-?t of philosopher...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 March 1887

W -. VA.. i Ri'iere-I al I Firnivv. M iU? II ?5, l!*?*7. OUR OFFEK. Book? for the Million -All Standard Works. the a.lv column 'ion " Head it cartii tur? j,,-, , the Hi iiai i tii'th'u if tin- Tbe) are .11 atandard woi - most aopolai to ??at II * - muy pa??. V..U will ne*"' another ?i?cb. An Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of the Herald. I'l.Kr. la a han.i'i.ui,., i?nr,-. Mefnl ai d monthly DAI and iiAiitail" ? .- world," t! t>? ?; and r nul tin. t?. oni'd. II ,1 Pob ' Waine IHK i'i:s ?sn i i - tratxl. Pnbl - FARM AND HOI Fariiii; 1.1?. nul? lt? bra partnia i ed iiunitlily ' ft""- Sv - ? whiehevernt ' . vaoce. all who may a ANNOUNCEMENTS. - ' prer. my arate! ? i-rer. If ?i;i. "? o?. .. I - ?er of tba |ui ka. S JSBOV (or. -? ' V . rla \tttV ' ?at- *? "v. I I " ""?Crd ? -,,, s BtHI ha I,,,,.,,| lt *?? t w" v aaaaa. i aiS J? A . '-I ,\ K i ~? ?Kas, .. __p?a E5r,hu-N urmkuW r * '??a? ,e, "Maaumeii he ?U W el litio ?.'84 i a imrs ? '?? ' " a??i a???1 ?1,'a.a?lB,^*^ ?*mtm ? T....

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 25 March 1887

"" A GAMBO EASING. Vfe?'i 'otber Kaynor, Jsck and I -ere sitting in oar little sitting room, on.' best room, but not par? lor, for motlier wonld neyer call tins little box ot a room by BO dig nitled a titb?, aad for the hundredth time tbey *-.?*r?- telling me what they knew of my lire. ?'You se.1, Birdie," said mother, as I bad always called her, "it sv.i? a stormy night and Jack hat] been detained at tin* store?be ?v., * OottOB ?v Cu.'s then?but just as lie was ruuning up the steps, about 7 o'clock, lie met a sviun m hurrying down them. She brushed by without speaking, and In* when tie reached the door, almost stum bl?I over a basket where you luv all snuggled up la warm flannels. Ah, but you were a very nu in.v dear." ??I'ity my mother hadn't tbongbt ISticall? observed. Then I saw Jack looking tenderly at me, and 1 remembered that I bad s *?? ciet to tell Mother l'.iyiior. I arose and went to her. ?'it ?as seventeen years innrrosT that you tound tiu\" 1 sa d, "ami no thai is the o...

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

VOL 67. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1887. XO. 9. IB PCBUSHSD WRBHI.Y BY ? H E HERALD COM PAN Y Subscription, Oxa Dollar anda baut l>er year payable in advance. Subscription? not raid at time of sub ?cr biii^ may run th.we months for re BsMBaiNB parties. But after that time $?1.00 ?rill be charged without variance in sny caae. All (.'oiiimuuii-AtiouB of s strictly private nature will be inserted only as sdvertise tneuta. THE HERALD JOB OFKR'E, is complete in every respect. Editorial room, business office and ?u>am piesscebe tweeu Kailrouil and Mam streets. LBMUBL BOBDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WimiiwTih.'?., VllitilNlA. din, B, ? atoara No. B, Ilnrner Building;, iu or near wbn-h In- can I?- found all day of iiear'.yoriiuite evety day. I Ma) ? DOBT. B. 8TONEB?BNBB, a\. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kl'INBl'Kii. SHKN'AMu'.lll I o., Va. Wiil practice in the courts of Sueuau iloah and adjoin?).: coimtit?. Special atu-iitioii to Collection of Claims. Nov.;1, -l-ly. 1 ll.li-t.r.ri ??., la- BS...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 April 1887

y IB 1*TJBUlTHKDW?Ia.LT BT THE EIERALD COMP VTO?DHTOCK. VIRGINIA FRIDAY, ITRII. 1, I8ST. "^ORIGINAL ANO BORROWED. t ?ob Ingersoll says wheu bo sees men trust their b?ait?'? and tbeir honor, brtt not their pocket-books, to their wives, he always knows which of these articles the men think most valuable. The tabulated weather bulletin, which has for years been a leading feature ot the reports of the Signal Service, is to bo abandoned, bo cause Cuugress failed to maki? the ueeusaar^ appropriations foi keep? ing op this feature. Un tbe retired list of the navj Jtre are titty rear admirals, fifteen ??ommodores, twelve commandeis, twenty pay-masters, fourteen cap? tains, twenty lieutenant command? ers, forty-one lieutenttuts, seventy two engineers, and forty six gur geoDS. When a fanner of Washington countj, 111., the other day went in? to a smoke house which had not been opened for six months, bfl was surprised to und about tittoen bush els of wheat piled in one corner.? It had been brou...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 1 April 1887

8_?HN*ND3.Mt ni\ WOODSTUl'K, VA.? [Eutere.l el Va.. ., PBIDAV. ?..?Itli. I. ls>7. OUR OFFER. BookB for the M WorkB. tbo (lll\. hi-adr-l it cart-ti tur?- \. M* yc.ll (.,: lin - ... ?iotliieu ?real Ml ail Mai ,Utiil B nioM popular until.?: t?) gel Mm IIkkm.I" an . book? for o:, . oppon r ?n, 11. In Offer Worthy Attention From Every Reader of the Herald. Yoi K ? Tul I'-. IIK1 of all a;:?? ?? .?itlsoiun, pur, | by K. C. A!>cn a ? n ,-? DAIOHTI - i and in ami ?-1 THE I'RAi re ail II neee, ?reri? trat.-.l a FARM ' ? be clio? ANNOUNCEMENTS. I re??;., dato for -? |?r<-?a ray ?rat? ful . 1 In ? iir??r. If )!i?t?tK I - ' ?li.lat.? f 1 f ? ? roe, I pi ? ? ' ? ale?ted, will ?. Mm i Aft.r pi?t fa ?elf a? a Be&dl ?)fl|r>e of ' tin- th,r I?ee,Biibjecl to tin R? If e>li??t. tbe offl ?? ?f in y ?lui,I v. ? J. ARTIIII roa ? I reepectftiil didate for tl.Hi e of Co ? ?r Aahby Di?ti ??ill dieeberg? i )?>? ,l . !,.r,?. ./. !.. mi' Mr. M D. C haa diMDvered n ?oreoari fol II It vrill ...

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 April 1887

Mg Ijracefi? CIOEEO DB SENECTUTE : LiV! TOO FAST : ?TTLTUHE OF M AND HEART : SYMPATHY WI PBOOBESS: A SWEET TEMP [From tbe New York Observer] Cicero has written one of most charming book? "On < Age." It contains the ntteranc? bis soul, tbe convictions of bis perience, and the revelation ot hopes for the remainder of life, wrote it In his prime; bat yel was written at a change of 1 when a chapter tbat had been of joys and honors and sorrc and disappointments was end and a new experience was be* ning. This new chapter he ?le mined to shapeand plan. Ile t what old age has been, he she what it often is, and he also folds his own hope and ambition years advance. It is not alw excess, or idleness, or lolly t prevent old age from being grs tul and happy. It is because it not thus planned for, because it suffered to come on unaware! There is many a man who is c rect in all his habits and ilevo to his business, who is yet laying trouble fordecliniugjears?man woman who is carefal and tronb ...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 April 1887

VOL. 67. WOODSTOCK. VIROINIA, FRIDAY, APRILS, 1887. NO. 10. IB PUBLISHED WKKKLT BY ni K .rKRAi.n COM l> Subscription, Olli D iLl u: anua HALF per year payable m u?i\u Subiscriptiiuis nut [aid at tiiueof sub scr hing may mu ll tor re Hut ii!U-r ti I'J.Oli Alii be charged without \ a any .-ase. All communications ol a. strictly private nature will be inserted only as ai mente. THE IIKKAl.D J?)l'. omi is i-.iiiipleto in cm iy r. ?pect Editorial room, busin.? tween Railroad and Main itn LEMUEL BORDEN, 11 . ! 1W, W111.11M111.K, : : Yin ?Soon No, - ''uni,. '?"" or near win. h be can be l??iii"l all day id ROBT BURNER, TORNE. \l LAW, Kl'INBIKH. Mil V.\M'"VII ( ?>.. I V. Will practice 111 1 lie ' ourte 0! ! doah and adjoin in x al attention t. Nov. II, '-, Commissioner in t'hancory, Mt..Iai'K-..\. ? ? V?H ?*??? al IM.-lT. If .1 AMES C. BAKER, ."ii... -?WITH - It A It TON at. IS? ?V l>. 1'ranka law iu |>attn." >*h?nsuilu?li anj nan. of a?,-b ni.rut.t-?- if IBS Ire ? ut?? .ulru...

Publication Title: Shenandoah Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shenandoah herald. — 8 April 1887

IS PCBUSHttD WICKELT BY THE HERALD COM PAN Y "WOODSTOCK VIRGINIA Fit 1? IV. APK1I. n\ issT. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Written and compiled for the ?I Washington, April ttli, >7. The most important event of tho week at the Capital was the meet lag and organization of the Inter State Commerce Commission, and Its entrance upon duty. Kviiy thing weais ;i look of activity a! the temporary heailqiiarters of tin new court, which consist ol a suite of rooms in a IniiMing on I Messengers are running to ami fro all <l?y long, and the ante-room is filled with a crowd of people aux Ions to interview the new oflieials. The latter are having all the troulde that ?van predicte?! would be theirs, and that belongs to every official who has the making of an appointment. They are bescigcd with letters and personal applica tions for office from every state in the Union. The first disci: the Commissioners over that intri cate piece of legislation which they are calle?! upon to interpret, rele? red to...

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